Karachi university MA exam registration
Karachi university announed MA registration date
Karachi, Nov 13: The University of Karachi announced on Thursday that the
registration for MA, double-MA and improvement of division exams for external
candidates had begun and would continue till Nov 28.
A spokesperson for
the university said that the registration forms for the exams were available at
the NBP/UBL counters located at Silver Jubilee gate No 1 of the university while
the change of subject was also allowed with a prescribed fee of Rs500 till Nov
Meanwhile the university announced that external
candidates willing to appear in BA/BCom/BoL and BSc (improvement of division)
exams 2009 could register for the exams between Nov 11 and Nov 21.
Registration forms were available at the NBP/UBL counters at Silver
Jubilee while the change of subject was also allowed with a prescribed fee of
Rs500 till Nov 21, the spokesperson said.
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Reference held at KU for Dr Muhammad Sabir
Karachi: Speakers at a reference held on Thursday in memory of Dr Muhammad
Sabir, a professor of Turkology in the University of Karachi (KU) Islamic
History Department opened their hearts and minds to pay tribute to the professor
who passed away last Sunday. The reference was held at the Audio-Visual Centre
of the Arts Faculty, with the hall filled to capacity – a lasting testimony of
the contribution and popularity of Dr Sabir.
Former chairperson of the
Islamic History Department, Dr Nigar Sajjad Zaheer, spoke eloquently about her
35 year association with Dr Sabir, and said that he was a loving person and had
an aura of knowledge sans any pretension that often accompanies it. She
surprised the audience with the statement that the departed professor was better
known in Turkey than in Pakistan, and wrote more books in Turkish than in Urdu
and English put together.
Dr Shamim Akhtar, former chairperson and
professor at the KU International Relations Department, narrated the
friendliness, humility and comradeship of Dr Sabir, and said that he talked
amicably and had a smiling face that attracted many students from many
Professor Dr Muhammad Sabir completed his Master's degree
from KU in 1958. He was selected by the Government of Pakistan to undertake a
doctoral degree in Turkish language and literature on the scholarship of the
Turkish government the same year. After completing his doctorate in Turkology in
1961, he joined the Islamic History Department at KU. He completed his PhD
thesis on the Masnavi Hairat-ul-Abrar (Wonder of the Pious) of the greatest poet
of the Turkish race, Mir Ali Shir Navai, who is also regarded as the literary
hero of Uzbekistan.
He taught Islamic history and modern Turkish
language at the KU till his retirement in 1995. During his association with the
KU, he also served as the caretaker dean of the faculties of arts and commerce.
He was the only Turkologist of Pakistan, and also edited the first-ever
Turkish-Urdu dictionary in 1968.
Islamic History Department In Charge Dr
Shakeel Siddiqui, Karachi University Teachers Society (KUTS) President Dr Abid
Hasnain, Dr Faheemuddin and Dr Sabir's sons, Tughral Sabir and Captain Balban
Sabir, also spoke on the occasion. The news
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Students latest photographs on the permission letters
Karachi: The secretary of the Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK), Hoor Mazhar, has
announced that with a view to curbing the menace of impersonation in exams, it
has been made mandatory for certain categories of candidates to affix their two
latest photographs on the permission letters which they could acquire from the
board's section concerned.
The condition of affixing photographs on the
BIEK permission letter would apply on the categories of candidates which include
those willing to appear in all 10 subjects, in additional papers, for
improvement of division and those belonging to other than Karachi board, she
The photographs of regular candidates must be attested by the head
of the institution concerned while that of private candidates only by authorised
officers, she added. Dawn
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First humour book published
Karachi: Imtiaz Abro's book 'In a lighter vein' has been published by the
Matiari district government, making the 329-page book the first book on humour
in Sindhi to be printed in 15 years.
Belonging to a popular literary
family, Abro has rich diction, depicting caricatures of grooms, brides, poets,
writers, married men, artists, politicians, retired employees and other such
characters of the society through his pen. Born to the house of renowned poet
Shaukat Abro, Imtiaz was fortunate to have grown up in a literary and poetic
Abro, who teaches mathematics at a college, started coming
writing when he was quite young. He formed a team of young artists to stage
funny theatres in his home town Hala. His group later travelled to
different cities as well as to various village schools and colleges to perform
He has received appreciation awards from different
government and private organisations, while his comic poetry and songs have been
hired on the local private TV channels as well. He focuses on ideas
which families in traditional Sindhi society enjoy. Despite touching extremely
sensitive issues, he never used his writings to be vindictive - this refinement
distinguishes him from many others.
This is perhaps the reason why the
Matiari district government chose to publish Abro's book first; the publication
is part of the initiative undertaken by the Matiari district government to
promote folk literature, art and culture and appreciating local writers.
The purpose of the government was to encourage writers whose work tended
to go unpublished due to various reasons, while it was also thought that
unbiased works, such as Abro's, could strengthen literary traditions in the
province. Sindhi intellectuals believe that political rivalry and
mistrust have destroyed the tolerant image of the land of Sufis, and works such
as Abro's could spread a message of harmony.
Though there are many
renowned stage artists in Sindh who win the hearts of their audiences, it was
the vacuum in humorous writing that was being acutely felt. There are others who
argue that the time for comic writings has long gone, Abro has proved them wrong
by succeeding to create a vast readership for himself. The news
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