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KU revised MBBS, BDS exams schedule | SU exams new date

Karachi University revised MBBS, BDS exams schedule
Karachi, May 21, 2008: The University of Karachi on Tuesday announced the revised schedule of MBBS part-B and BDS supplementary examinations 2008.

As per the schedule of MBBS programme, the paper of Anatomy-II will be held on May 31, Physiology-II on June 3 and Biochemistry-II on June 5.

For BDS students, the paper of Anatomy will be held on May 30, Physiology on June 2, Chemistry of Dental Material on 4th, Biochemistry on 6th and Islamic Studies/Pakistan Studies on 7th.

These papers will be conducted at the Department of Psychology, University of Karachi from 2pm to 4:30pm and 2:30pm to 5:30pm only on Fridays. PPI

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Sindh university exams to resume on 26th
Hyderabad: Semester examinations of the University of Sindh will resume from Monday, May 26 as per already notified schedule and the postponed papers will be conducted at the end of the examinations.

Security measures would be adopted at main gates of the boys' hostels and the campus and checking system would be initiated at main entrances of the campus to check entry of outsiders.

This was decided at separate meetings of Vice-Chancellor Mazharul Haq Siddiqui with the deans of faculties and heads of administrative sections and Hyderabad DIG Dr Sanaullah Abbasi on Tuesday.

A meeting of the deans of faculties and heads of administrative sections was convened to discuss new date of semester examinations.

The meeting decided that during power loadshedding, a generator would be installed at Central Library of the university to facilitate students.

In the meeting with the DIG, Mr Siddiqui expressed the hope that those involved in the murder of a university student would be arrested and said that the university and the students needed police protection. He suggested deployment of police at the main gate of the hostel and entry points of the campus to check the entry of outsiders.

The examinations were postponed after the killing of a BSC student, Abdul Nabi Brohi, in a clash between students on May 14. On that day, hostellers had blocked the Super Highway in protest against persistent power loadshedding and consequent water shortage at the campus during the ongoing examinations. After the protesters returned to the hostel, they held a meeting to devise further strategy of protest. A proposal to boycott the examinations was fiercely opposed by the activists of the Sindh People's Students Federation, student wing of the ruling Pakistan People's Party, which led to a brawl and firing, resulting into the death of Mr Brohi. Dawn

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SSUET and UK's Hertfordshire University sign MoU
Karachi: The UK's Hertfordshire University signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology at a ceremony held at SSUET on Tuesday.

The MoU was by signed by SSUET's Vice-Chancellor Zakir Ali Khan and Prof Dr Naj Kadim on behalf of Hertfordshire University. It was signed for the development of academic cooperation in international education in areas of mutual interest and expertise.

Khan said that the collaboration will enhance the intellectual life and cultural development at both institutions, and will increase international cooperation.

"The two universities will promote and explore appropriate joint research projects and joint courses of study, invite each other's academic staff to participate in collaborative activities of research projects, conferences and seminars, joint publications, collaborate on the development of suitable training, development and exchange programmes for academic staff," he added.

The MoU provides that two educational institutions agree to:

*Explore the opportunities for delivery of academic programmes in partnership that lead to undergraduate and postgraduate degrees.

*Explore mutual recognition of programmes offered by each of the partner universities, and the opportunity for the establishment of an agreement relation to undergraduate degrees, and similar progression agreements in relation to postgraduate programmes.

*Exchange detailed programme materials in order to determine the nature of recognition and equivalences to be agreed,

*Explore the opportunities for the provision by staff training programme and to include split PhD programmes post-doctoral study and staff exchange. App

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