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CAP issues admission lists for Inter Part-I Commerce (male)
Karachi, Sep 19: The Centralised Admission Policy (CAP) issued admission placement lists for HSC Part-I, Commerce (boys) to 51 colleges of the city on Thursday. The admissions in the Inter Pre-Engineering faculty have been given to 22,298 male candidates who secured 666 A-One grades, 3,291 A grades, 6,434 B grades, 7,634 C grades and 4,265 D grades.

According to the placement list, the admissions started from 774 marks and ended at 340 marks. The list of the colleges and the opening and closing marks are as follows:

Govt Gulzar Hijri College 671 to 511 marks

Govt Degree College Gulshan-e-Iqbal 759 to 625 marks

Govt National College 757 to 575 marks

Islamia Science College 689 to 527 marks

Islamia Science College (Evening) 665 to 411 marks

Govt Degree College Gulistan-e-Jauhar 731 to 554 marks

Govt Jamia Malir Degree College 685 to 340 marks

Govt Superior Commerce College 720 to 426 marks

Govt Degree Commerce College 691 to 343 marks

Liaquat Govt College Malir 703 to 343 marks

Govt Degree Science and

Commerce College Landhi 744 to 500 marks

Govt Degree Arts and Commerce

College Korangi-6 709 to 373 marks

Govt Boys College Landhi 36-B 736 to 379 marks

Allama Iqbal College 715 to 340 marks

Govt Degree Science College Malir 652 to 379 marks

Govt Boys College Razzakabad 668 to 341 marks

Govt Degree College Murad Memon Goth 659 to 340 marks

Govt Degree College Quidabad 695 to 341 marks

Govt Aisha Bawany College 716 to 422 marks

Govt Degree Science Commerce

College Lyari 626 to 386 marks

Govt Sirajuddula College 567 to 340 marks

Haji Abdullah Haroon Govt College 590 to 391 marks

Govt College of Commerce and

Economics 768 to 661 marks

SM Arts and Commerce College 774 to 567 marks

SM Arts and Commerce (Evening) 667 to 431 marks

Govt City College Moosa Colony 650 to 465 marks

Pakistan Ship Owners College 723 to 562 marks

Govt Degree College 7-D North Karachi 631 to 459 marks

Govt Degree College Mangho Pir 561 to 341 marks

Govt Boys College Surjani Town 621 to 340 marks

Govt Degree Boys College New Karachi 711 to 419 marks

Govt Degree Science College

Buffer Zone 671 to 506 marks

Govt Jinnah College 711 to 541 marks

Govt Premier College 760 to 602 marks

Govt Premier College (Evening) 677 to 442 marks

Govt Degree Science and Commerce

College Orangi Town 619 to 342 marks

Govt College for Boys Asifabad 623 to 340 marks

Govt Degree Boys College Jungle Shah 645 to 347 marks

Govt For Men Nazimabad 753 to 599 marks

Quaid-e-Millat Govt College 596 to 341marks

Govt Degree Boys College Shamspir 524 to 348 marks

Govt College for Boys Baldia Town 674 to 340 marks

Govt Degree Boys College

Gulistan-e-Jauhar 643 to 340 marks

Govt Degree Boys College

Nishtar Road 600 to 343 marks

Govt Degree Boys College

Bihar Colony 613 to 341 marks. Daily Times

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DUHS announces initial merit list
Karachi: Dow University of Health Sciences (DUHS) on Thursday announced the initial merit list of 4,832 candidates. Objections are invited till Friday (today) 2.00 pm.

After the correction of errors, the final merit list will be displayed on the website www.duhs.edu.pk on Friday evening.

The candidates of the final merit list from merit number 1-750 are required to come on Sunday, September 21 2008 as per schedule and instructions mentioned on the website.

If any candidate or his representative fails to come on September 21, along with the required documents, his/her seat will be cancelled and given to the candidate next in line; therefore no claims will be accepted.

The DUHS will also announce admissions in its bachelor course of medical technology, dental technology, occupational therapy and pharmacy for inter-science pre-medical students by the end of this month.

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300,000 girls benefit annually from educational stipends in Sindh
Karachi: As many as 300,000 female students have benefitted from stipends in Sindh. This was stated at a workshop on the "Distribution of Stipends." The event was jointly organised by the Reform Support Unit (RSU), the Sindh Education and Literacy Department, the European Commission, and the British Council in support of the Sindh Education Reform Programme (SERP), said a statement issued on Thursday.

This workshop was organized to bring together Executive District Officers (EDOs), District Officers (DOs) and head teachers from all districts.

They were briefed on research findings regarding stipend delivery, to review existing stipend delivery procedures and to provide an opportunity for them to share their critical perspectives and experiences to enable further improvements in the procedures.

The inaugural session was chaired by RSU Chief Programme Manager Alia Shahid. Other sessions were chaired by Additional Secretary Riaz Memon, who recapitulated and reviewed the work done during the workshop. RSU Deputy Programme Manager (Stipends) Saba Mushtaq presented the procedures for the delivery of stipends, and stated that around 300,000 girls benefitted from these stipends every year.

She emphasised that it was vital for each stage of the stipend distribution process to be completed in the time period specified, to ensure that the stipends were received in a timely manner by the intended beneficiaries.

Dr Wasim Qazi of Iqra University delivered the key presentation and the findings of a research study on the efficiency and efficacy of stipend delivery to girls of classes VI to X in Sindh.

The major research finding was that the payment of stipends to girls was greatly welcomed by parents and girls alike. The News
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