KU exam schedule : FUUAST results
KU in a fix over exam schedule
KARACHI, Oct 30: As the heat rises in politically and otherwise, the
administration of the University of Karachi finds itself in a fix in terms of
scheduling upcoming degree class examinations for college students as well as
external candidates, it was learnt.
The examinations are normally held
in November and December but the university is yet to announce a timeframe or
provide colleges the details of relevant activities. As a result, students have
become so perturbed that some have started calling newspaper offices for
According to a source on the KU campus, the administration
is being unable to finalise a schedule in wake of the city's volatile law and
order situation and the fact that the political heat is only likely to rise. In
this regard, the university is approaching the city district government Karachi
and the Sindh Home Department to seek advice regarding the scheduling of
examinations. The source added that the degree class examinations would follow
the regular semester examinations on the campus, which have already been delayed
by a few weeks.
Dr Akhlaq Ahmad, pro-vice chancellor of the university,
acknowledged the concerns but said that college principals and other relevant
office-bearers in the local and provincial governments would meet very soon to
review the situation and work out a final solution. He said that the
university intended to initiate degree class regular and private examinations in
phases, as it had done in the past, by the end of November at the latest.
However, he said, he would be able to give confirmed dates in the first week of
KARACHI, Oct 30, 2007: The Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science and
Technology on Monday announced the results of MSc (evening) semester II, and BSc
Physics (morning) semester II.
According to the FUUAST controller of
examinations, the overall pass percentage remained 62.06 and 80