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HSC results postponed
Karachi, Oct 21: The Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK) has
postponed the announcement of results of the HSC Part-II annual
examination-2010 of humanities group for regular and private candidates.
The result was due to be notified on October 21, a board announcement on Wednesday said.
The BIEK further said that a life-time achievement award ceremony scheduled for October 21 had also been postponed.
The ceremony would now be held on October 26. The venue and the time will remain the same.
The BIEK has decided to set up a students-educationists syndicate to formulate recommendations for improving the process of examinations. app
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KU extends admission date
Karachi: Director Admissions, Professor Dr Saleem Shehzad has announced that the last date for submission of admission
forms for admissions in B.E, B.S, B.S (3rd Year), M.Sc, MBA, MPA (on
Aptitude Basis) has been extended till Thursday, October, 21, 2010
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Schools and colleges stay closed
Karachi: Almost all public and private sector schools and
colleges of the city remained closed on Wednesday in the wake of
non-availability of the public transport.
Parents having their
own transport facilities, fearing more violence in the city also
preferred not to take their children to their educational institutions.
Those educational institutions which were opened on Wednesday presented
a deserted look because school vans also did not turn up to pick up
The education department of Sindh had announced that
educational institutions of the metropolis would remain open on
Wednesday despite knowing that an association of transporters had
announced that the public transport would remain off the road on
Wednesday while the Muttahida Qaumi Movement had given a call for
observing a mourning day on Wednesday to protest against the Tuesday's
killings in the metropolis.
However, one of at least three
private schools management associations which claim to be representative
organisation of private schools of the city had announced that the
private schools of the city would remain closed on Wednesday, though no
private association was competent to take such a decision.
defiance of the education department orders on the part of different
private schools' management associations reportedly in their bid to get
publicity and score over others has almost become a permanent feature
whenever incidents of violence occurred in the metropolis, although a
majority of private schools are not their members and as such did not
come under their folds.
However, it has been observed that such
a situation often take place as the provincial education department
either remained silent or failed to take any decision whether
educational institutions of the metropolis will remain closed or open
whenever incidents of violence occurred in the city despite the fact
that concerned parents continued to make frantic calls to newspaper
offices to know whether the government has made any announcement in this
Inquiries made in this regard revealed that confusion
concerning educational institutions' closure in the event of violence
continued to prevail as neither the provincial education minister nor
the secretary of education was empowered to take any decision concerning
educational institutions' closure in such a situation.
fact, only the Sindh chief secretary is authorised to make any decision
concerning closure of schools in the event of violence and other
circumstances and that too after seeking approval from competent
authority who is none but the Sindh chief minister himself," sources
said, adding that the delay on the part of the education department in
making any announcement concerning educational institutions' closure or
otherwise often take place as the chief minister who alone is the
competent authority for taking such a decision usually remained heavily
occupied in some other important works concerning law and order
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Technical schools' staff await promotions
Karachi: Since 2001, most of the staffs of Sindh government technical
secondary and higher secondary school have not been promoted into next
grades. Moreover, the seniority list of these staff is also not updated
in last nine years.
According to a
representative of Sindh government technical secondary and higher
secondary school teachers association, they are in touch with the
officials and attended various meetings but situation has not improved a
"Our association has been writing letters to the Executive
District Officer (EDO), Education, Muhammad Ibrahim Kumbhar and others
in this regard," he said. However, the demands were never entertained by
the concerned authority, he also said.
Earlier this year, during
the meeting with the members of the association, EDO Education, Kumbhar
promised to issue seniority list within a month. The EDO Education also
confirmed to conduct a departmental promotion committee after 15 days of
issuances of the list to award due promotions of the deserving staff,
he further said.
Ironically, the EDO Education, who agreed with the
delegation of the association on June 02, failed to implement it. Later
on, the office of the EDO Education, on June 11, issued a letter which
stated that this process would complete in two months, he added.
was quite disappointing for the deserving people and the staff that had
been waiting for their due promotions was once again sidelined by the
bureaucratic attitude, he also said. Unfortunately, the employees of
Nausheroferoz and district Sukkur were enjoying such facilities but it
is not available in the mega city, the representative further said.
meeting was held among President, Sindh government technical secondary
and higher secondary teachers association, Syed Hussain Shah and EDO
Education Muhammad Ibrahim Kumbhar. Shah was supported by the members of
the association while District Officer Education, Headquarters (D.O.E),
Ahmed Nawaz Niazi was also present during the meeting, which focused on
rehabilitation and development of technical education, issuance of
seniority list and assistant workshop instructor (AWI) (BPS-9) and WI of
Meanwhile, the meeting also looked into the revival of dead
posts in technical schools and allocation of quota for B.Tech and
B.Tech (Hons) students in jobs as well as printing of new books of
technical education by Sindh Text book Board.
The representative of
the association said that during the meeting officials have
agreed to issue a letter to concerned D. O. E's with the instruction to
make efforts towards revival and rehabilitation of technical schools.
association was asked to help the department to point out all dead
posts in technical schools, he added. But, unfortunately, the official
concerned had forgotten all the promises and technical staff is still
waiting for their due promotions, he said.
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Army schools system awards
Karachi: Excellent Performance Award ceremony of Army Public Schools
and Colleges System (APSACS) was held at Corps Auditorium here
Corps Commander, Lieutenant General Shahid Iqbal was
chief guest on the occasion. He gave away prizes to outstanding students
who got meritorious positions in SSC Annual Examinations-2010 of
Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE). Corps
Commander while commending the efforts of APSACS and its faculty members
said that students must concentrate on their studies as they are the
future of Pakistan.
He further said that students must follow their
seniors and work hard to get distinguished positions and prepare
themselves for future challenges.
It should be mentioned here that
schools in Karachi Region secured eleven positions out of the first top
60 students of FBISE SSC examination. The news
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