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Over 4,000 candidates appear in SSUET entry test
Karachi, Nov 20: Around 4,300 candidates appeared in the pre-admission entry test for the bachelors degree programmes announced by Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology (SSUET) for the academic year 2013 held at the Karachi Expo Centre on Sunday.

The entrance test, which started at 10am, was held peacefully under tight security. Out of 4,300 candidates, 1,721 students had their first choice for Civil Engineering, 1,284 for Electronic Engineering, 517 for Computer Engineering, 168 for Biomedical Engineering, 132 for Telecommunication Engineering and 478 for Computer Science.

Visiting the centre to monitor the process and ensure transparency, Registrar Shah Mahmood H. Syed told journalists that "out of the total registration of 5,000 candidates, more than 4,000 appeared in the test against total seats of 760 for admission in five disciplines of engineering including biomedical, civil, computer, electronic, telecommunication engineering besides computer science."

He said that the candidates were advised to reach the examination halls latest by 9am along with their admit cards together with other necessary articles to use during the test. Entry into the campus was subject to the security check at the main gate. Parents or guardians were directed to the enclosure reserved for them, he informed the media.

The interviews will be held from Monday (today) till Friday at the University campus and all candidates have to appear in the interviews.

SMIU pre-entry test
Sindh Madressatul Islam University (SMIU) on Sunday conducted pre-entry test of candidates who applied for admission in SMIU in its five departments Media Studies, Business Administration, Environmental Studies, Education and Computer Science. All the deans, chairmen and faculty members of SMIU were also present on the occasion.

It was the first entry test for selection of students for SMIU's first batch. Sindh Madressatul Islam was upgraded to the level of university in the month of February this year. The classes of its first batch will start from January 2013.

Vice Chancellor of SMIU Dr Muhammad Ali Shaikh visited the venue where the pre-entry test was being conducted. He expressed his pleasure over the presence of a huge number of candidates willing to get admission in the alma mater of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah and other leaders of the Pakistan Movement.

He said that SMIU will attract the students from all sections of the society as it was situated in a prime location of the city. He also said that very soon Masters Classes will be added to it and evening programmes including M.Phil and PhD programmes will also be started.

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Karachi University announces admissions for BS Honors
Karachi: The University of Karachi announced Sunday that admissions in BS Honors on open merit basis in the departments of Arabic, Bengali, economics, education, English, general history, International Relations, Islamic History, Library & Information Science, Mass Communication, Persian, Philosophy, Political science, Psychology, Sindhi, Social Work, Sociology, Special Education, Urdu, Women Studies, Islamic learning, Applied Chemistry, Physics, Physiology, Food Science & Technology, Geography and other disciplines would start from November 20.

The admission forms could be obtained at payment of Rs.800/- up to November 29 from UBL branches.

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Admission date of KU PGD courses announced
Karachi: Chairman, Department of Statistics, University of Karachi, Prof Dr Mudassir Uddin on Monday announced admissions in Post Graduate Diploma (PGD) courses.According to Prof Dr Mudassir, the process of admission in PGD in statistics would commence from December 3.The admission forms can be collected and submitted till December 21 from the Department of Statistics, University of Karachi. Admissions are granted on merit to all those who have passed the graduate level courses from a recognised institution, he said.

The list of successful candidates will be displayed on December 26 on the departmental notice board. Meanwhile, submission of fee will be completed from December 27 to January 4, 2013, followed by the commencement of classes from January 7, 2013, he said.The classes for PGD Statistics are scheduled from 3pm to 5:30pm.

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KU caught in circular debt
Karachi: It seems Karachi University (KU) is caught in a circular debt - the finance department fails to release money to the Higher Education Commission (HEC) and the HEC as a result fails to pay the university.

At its senate meeting held on Friday, after a gap of three years, it was revealed that in the last financial year 2011-12 the university faced a fiscal deficit of Rs599 million. It is expected that in the year 2012-13 the deficit will increase to over Rs998 million.

"The university's financial crisis is the most critical point of this meeting," said Prof Muhammed Qaiser, adding that next month they might not be able to pay salaries.

The finance director, Qazi Zafar Abbas, noted that as a regular practice the HEC released funds in four installments over the year, the first two installments were at 20 percent each, and the third and fourth installment was 30 percent each. "But so far the university has only received half of the first installment." For the year 2011-12 the HEC was to release total funds of Rs1254 million.

Proposed Budget for 2012
The finance director proposed Rs1,666 million for pensions, Rs274 million for salaries, Rs365 million for utilities, Rs142 million for examinations, Rs65 million for transport, Rs30 million for books and journals, Rs40 million for research, Rs25 million for lab running and Rs178 million for other expenses.

After much criticism by the members, the budget was passed without any changes.

"After so many years the university does not have a sewerage system. There are broken taps in departments, expired chemicals in labs. Where is the money being spent?" said a member.

The library convener for the university lamented the fact that the only Rs30 million were to be spent on books. "What can we say about a university where the library occupies only 1.5 percent of the budget?"

Dr Moonis Ahmer, chairperson of the Area Study Centre for Europe, remarked that the university should buy a currency-printing machine for it was always in loss. "The evening programme should not be considered a source of income. If anything the money derived from it should be restricted to reserve funds."

The chairperson of the department of applied engineering lamented that his department had not received a single computer in three years. "The application ends up in various offices at the administration office. By telling us every year that you do not have enough funds to pay our salaries, do you want all the teachers to shut up and be grateful that you ended up paying us?"

The teachers lamented the fact that Governor Sindh Ishrat ul Ebad never attends the senate meeting, and none of the representatives from the government, except Senator Abdul Haseeb Khan, bothered showing up.

"If officials are not interested, then tell us beforehand. We will stop holding these meetings," said Mutahir Ahmed, president of the Karachi University Teachers' Society.

Plans for 2012-13
The vice chancellor said the security of the university would be beefed up over the year. "The tender has been passed, and security apparatus will come in very soon."

As a measure to generate resources, a medical college would be constructed over the year, and a memorandum of understanding for a Chinese language institute would be signed on December 1, he added.

It was also shared that a leading bank would repair the Silver Jubilee gate. A tea brand had already donated five points to Karachi University, and it would repair more points, the vice chancellor said.

Additionally, a plan to place tin sheets on the walkway from the Silver Jubilee gate to the Arts auditorium for the ease of pedestrians was also announced. The news

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