Karachi University BCom paper leaked
BCom paper leaks out before examination
Karachi, Mar 10: The question paper of
Bachelors of Commerce (BCom) examination held Wednesday at the University of
Karachi (KU) was reportedly sold out about half-an-hour prior to the examination
The question paper of subject Business Communication was reportedly
sold at some photostat shops as well as stalls of some student organisations
within the premises of KU. It is pertinent to mention here that this was not the
first time that such an immoral practice had been observed at the premises of
KU Teachers Society leader Dr Abid Hussain said that it
was a matter of grave concern for the administration of the KU. He said that
reports were continuously surfacing that papers had been leaked out but the
university administration has yet failed to overcome this misdeed.
demanded of the concerned authorities for a probe in this regard to nominate
those responsible for this nefarious practice and to bring them to
KU student leader Abdul Muqtadar Gazi said that the leaked
papers were being benefited from for two days. He said that the KU Controller
Examination Dr Jawed was informed on Wednesday about the leakage of the paper,
but no solid measure was taken in this regard.
Controller Examination Dr
Jawed when contacted said that the leakage of paper is almost impossible as
foolproof process is ensured to finalise the question paper and preserve it till
reaching the examination hall.
He elaborated that papers were made and
published after 12am at the university under high-profile and foolproof security
system. Even cell phones are collected from the concerned persons, he
Dr Jawed said that the only possibility of paper leakage was that
some negative minded student must have managed to flee the examination after the
question paper's distribution. He accepted the chances of such occurrence.
Both KU pro-vice chancellors were not available for comments despite
several attempts. Daily times
"mujhe B.A part 1 k notes chahiye pls."
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Students' week at FUUAST began
Karachi: The first Students' Week of the Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science and Technology
(FUUAST) begins today (Thursday), at Abdul Haq Campus of the university, which
will be organised by the Faculty of Arts.
A large number of students
from 16 different departments of the Abdul Haq Campus will participate in the
students' week. The week would include contests in various co-curricular
activities such as sports, singing, speech declamation in Urdu, Sindhi and
English, General Knowledge, Na'at and Qira'at competitions.
Akhter Qadri, the Convener of the Students' Week, has issued schedule of various
competitions included in the Students' Week. According to the schedule, the
inauguration ceremony followed by Na'at and Qira'at competitions will be held
today, General Knowledge competition on Friday, Speech Declamation on Saturday,
Singing Competition on Monday, Poetry Competition on Tuesday and sports
including Cricket, Football and other events on Wednesday and next Thursday. All
these activities would start at 10am on their respective dates, while the prize
distribution ceremony is scheduled for March 17. The news
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Medical college opens in Lyari
Karachi: The inauguration ceremony of Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir
Bhutto Medical College Lyari was held here at the college premises on
Renowned social worker Abdul Sattar Edhi, who presided over
the occasion as chief guest, said that the people of Lyari had offered their
full support for his social work.
He extended his full support to the
medical college established in Lyari. Edhi said that Lyari people had always
supported him and joined hands with him in social services. They are peace
loving people who love mankind and humanity, he added.
MNA Abdul Qadir
Patel in his address said, Lyari had always remained the priority area of
Pakistan Peoples' Party (PPP). Lyari, Keamari and other less developed areas
have always been given due rights for development in PPP's tenure, he
He further said all such mega projects had been launched during
PPP governments and this medical college and other institutions are the
fulfilment of Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and Benazir's dreams. He said that the
people of Lyari were united and worked jointly for the development of the
Sindh Assembly Deputy Speaker Shehla Raza said welfare of Lyari is
the responsibility of all and PPP will continue to work for the betterment of
Sindh Katchi Abadis and Spatial Development Minister Engineer
Muhammad Rafique Advocate reiterated his commitment to serve the Lyari people
under the leadership of President Asif Ali Zardari and Sindh Chief Minister Qaim
Ali Shah. He said that Lyari is the land of labourers, farmers and hard workers
and its ancestors played a vital role in the development of
People of Lyari area have played an important role for the
development of the area as they are the ones who fought for the restoration of
democracy, rule of law, sovereignty of Pakistan and the constitution and also
stood against the dictators like Ayub Khan, Zia-ul-Haq and Pervez Musharraf, he
Speaking about the medical college, he said that the mega project
was the fulfilment of the dreams of their great leaders.
MPA Dr Salim
Hingoro, Professor Iqbal Memon, Dr Anjum Rahman, Abid Brohi, Shahid Rehman,
Habib Jan Baloch and others also spoke on the occasion. Edhi and others
distributed first 10 admission forms to the lucky students. On this occasion,
Edhi dedicated two ambulances for the medical college. Daily times
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HU students get 30 scholarships
Mansehra: A non-governmental organisation (NGO) has awarded scholarships to 30 students of
Hazara University (HU) belonging to the conflict-hit areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
and Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Fata).
Addressing the ceremony,
Khalil Abbas, managing director of Own, an NGO, said it was the first phase of
the scholarship programme during which around 210 students from all over the
country would be granted scholarships.
In his address, HU
Vice-Chancellor Dr Syed Sakhawat Shah asked students to properly utilise the
opportunity for bringing about a positive political and social change in the
country through their education.
Saying that education was panacea for
all ills, he advised the students to wholeheartedly pursue their studies. He
thanked the NGO officials for extending support to the deserving students. On
the occasion, a cheque for Rs492,000 was handed over to the vice-chancellor for
disbursement among the students of the university. The news
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