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SSUET announces admission policy
Karachi, Sep 22: The Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology (SSUET) has announced its admission policy for the new academic year.

For admission to the first semester of the BS Programme in Electronics, Computer, Biomedical, Civil and Telecommunication Engineering and Computer Science, the minimum requirement would be HSC (Pre-Eng) with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics or equivalent with 55 per cent aggregate marks including 20 marks for Hifz-e-Quran.

For admission to the BS Computer Engineering and BS Computer Science programmes, the academic qualification could be HSC/Intermediate (Pre-Engineering) with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics or Physics, Computer Science and Mathematics with 55 per cent aggregate marks including 20 marks for Hifz-e-Quran.

Admission to a DAE programme in the relevant disciplines of Engineering requires 60 per cent aggregate marks for all Engineering Programmes; DAE in any discipline requires 60 per cent aggregate marks for the Computer Science Programme.

The candidates having passed Cambridge High School Certificate Examination with Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry at Principal level or the General Certificate of Education (A Level) with Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, the grades obtained in these examinations will be equated as follows:

GRADE A: 80 per cent; B: 70 per cent; C: 60 per cent; D: 50 per cent; E: 40 per cent. App

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"its not a go0od newz i want 2 say that i have got 50% marks in FSC can i get admission in civil engineering 8 SSUET "
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"I passed HSC(Pre-Eng)From Riyadh .I Have 44%.is it possible for me to get addmission either civil or electronic Eng. If so please anyone inform me. Thanks "
Name: Muhammad Usman
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City, Country: Riyadh, saudiArabia

"When the placement list will be published for admission in class IX commerce(female) for 2009-2010"
Name: Erum Malik
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"plz let me know!!! i got 46 percentage in i.com ...so can i get admission in PREMIER COLLEGE OR SIR SYED COLLEGE ....
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City, Country: karachi, pakistan

"my maths paper is nt cleared hw can i take addmission on gvt collage can any 1 tell me plzz
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Placement list for Commerce (female) Group issued
Karachi: The Centralised Admission Policy (CAP) on Saturday announced the placement list of candidates of Commerce (female) Group, 2008. A total of 12,956 students, who had secured A-1, A, B, C and D grades in matriculation examination, have been given admissions to various college in the metropolis. Government Girls College Al-Noor, Bl-16 FB Area remained first where the admission begun at 789 marks and closed at 392 marks, Government College for Commerce & Economics Girls - morning remained second with 786-628 marks and Sir Syed Government College for Women with 771-664 marks. The maximum (opening) and minimum (closing) marks in the admission list in all government girls colleges of Karachi are as follows:

S. Name of College Max Min

# Marks Marks

1. Abdullah Government College for Women 748 576

2. Government College for Women Nazimabad 744 620

3. Sir Syed Government College for Women 771 664

4. HI Osmania Government College for Women 655 455

5. APWA Government College for Women 721 513

6. Government Girls College Al-Noor, Bl-19, FB Area 684 340

7. Government College for Women FB Area, Block 16 789 392

8. Riaz Government Girls College 695 375

9. Government Premier Girls Commerce College 768 579

10. Government Girls College North Nazimabad, Block-M 701 528

11. Government Girls College Liaquatabad Sindhi hotel 650 341

12. Government Degree Girls College Metroville-3 SITE 643 363

13. Government College for Women Shahrah-e-Liaqat 727 578

14. Government Girls Inter College Lyari 653 342

15. Government College of Commerce & Economics (Girls) - morning 786 628

16. Government Girls College Zam Zama Gizri 765 504

17. Government College for Women Korangi-6 710 451

18. Government College for Women Korangi-4 750 544

19. Government Degree Girls College Korangi 2 660 440

20. Government Degree Girls College Ibrahim Hydri 648 361

21. Government Girls Commerce/Arts College C-1 Area Malir 667 340

22. Government College for Women Saudabad 660 405

23. Khursheed Government Girls College Shah Faisal Colony 745 531

24. Allama Iqbal Government Girls College Shah Faisal Colony 720 398

25. Government Degree Science College Malir Cantt 760 621

26. Government Girls College Industrial Area Landhi 629 344

27. HRH Agha Khan Government Girls College 666 342

28. Government Islamia College for Women 661 343

29. Government BAMM PECHS College for Women 758 688

30. Khatoon-e-Pakistan Government College for Women 726 601

31. Government Degree College Gulshan-e-Iqbal Block-7 754 573

32. Government Girls College Gulshan-e-Iqbal Shaikh Zaid 747 521

33. Dukhtar-e-Mashriq Government Girls College Jamshed Road 688 340

34. Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Government Girls College Manzoor Colony 632 441

35. Government Degree Girls College Orangi Sector-11 672 343

36. Government Degree Girls College Qasba Colony 594 377. The News

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"When the placement list will be published for admission in class IX for 2009-2010"
Name: SYED KOMAL IQBAL
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"Hi all. I passed HSC(Pre-Eng)From Riyadh .I Have 44%.is it possible for me to get addmission either civil or electronic Eng. If so please inform me. Thanks"
Name: Muhammad Usman
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City, Country: Riyadh, saudi Arabia

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Over Rs1.4 billion KU budget presented
Karachi: The syndicate of the University of Karachi on Saturday approved Rs1,499 million budget for 2008-09, showing a massive shortfall of Rs388 million. The budget will now be forwarded to the KU's senate for approval.

It is worth noting that like the previous year, the current budget was also presented without an audit report, which is mandatory under the University Act.

The KU syndicate, in its meeting, also decided to withdraw 50 per cent subsidies on electricity, gas and water bill for campus residents.

The massive shortfall of Rs388 million in the proposed budget has been reportedly caused due to the reduced funding by the Higher Education Commission (HEC) for the last many months.

Observers may recall that the HEC had refused to grant the proposed amount of Rs1,086 million to the university for the financial year 2008-09 and agreed to release only Rs790 million. The HEC has also not released the last year's installment worth Rs237 million to the KU.

Apart from this, during current financial year the university received the first installment for the first quarter of the year from the HEC after a delay of three months. The HEC paid Rs158 million for the first quarter, though the university had proposed Rs271 million for each quarter.

Now, the university faces the challenge of generating Rs625 million from other sources in addition to Rs405 million, which it has already committed from its own resources. Given the situation the institution is in, it is very unlikely that the university could generate that much amount in a year.

At the budget meeting, the syndicate members approved the withdrawal of any subsidies on electricity, gas and water charges for campus residents while the vice-chancellor, Professor Dr Pirzada Qasim, proposed curtailing the university expenses by 25 per cent.

The members also endorsed the decision of the finance committee of postponing restructuring of the finance department and up-gradation of all the posts, including that of the registrar, and sending all such cases to the human resource committee.

Sources said that though the university had imposed a ban on appointments, post up-gradation, retrospective promotions and thus payment of arrears, overtime and procurement and purchases of generators, computers and furniture etc, the restriction had been violated in many cases.

For instance, the deputy registrar legal got his up-gradation letter on July 25, 2008 only a day later when the decision against the same was taken. It would be pertinent to mention here that the case of the deputy registrar legal was deferred by the finance committee on May 24.

Members of the syndicate also pointed out that a number of officers somehow got up-gradation letters issued, and that too, without fulfilling the mandatory requirement of appearing before the selection board.

The syndicate allowed a contribution of Rs1 million per annum to the Teacher's Benevolent Fund on the request of the Karachi University Teachers' Society (KUTS) and also approved the merger of the KU botanical garden with the herbarium and the establishment of the Center for Plant Conservation (CPC). The case of the merger and CPC, however, had been made subject to review by the syndicate committee.

Sources said that the university had been failing to present its audit report in the budget meetings for the past two years. According to them, the reason for that is a lack of cooperation on part of the provincial government, which is supposed to send a government official to do the final auditing.

The members approved the budget with the condition that the audit report would be submitted later. Dawn

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SPLA demands removal of DG Colleges
Karachi: Sindh Professors and Lecturers Association (SPLA), Karachi chapter, has demanded the authorities concerned to remove Director General Colleges Sindh Dr Rafique Ahmed Siddiqui from his position to prevent college teachers from making any protest.

This was demanded in a meeting of SPLA held under Prof Athar Hussain Mirza on Sunday at Government Science and Commerce Degree College, Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Karachi.

More then 60 teachers attended the meeting in which Prof Asif Zaidi, Prof Dr Arshad, Prof Muzaffar Rizvi and Prof Iftikhar Muhammad Azmi expressed their views on different educational administrative issues. The meeting expressed grave concern over the unresponsive behaviour of DG colleges towards the unresolved issues of teachers' community in Sindh.

It was also unanimously decided that the SPLA would launch a protest movement from October 7 against the apathetic activities of the authorities concerned. The meeting was surprised over the administrative crises in the colleges due to lack of communication between the offices of the regional directors and director general colleges.

It was said in the meeting that the DG colleges was aggravating the situation in the colleges; it was also denounced that the DG colleges had captured the chairmanship of Centralised Admission Policy (CAP) while it was the right of regional director Karachi.

Steps of DG colleges including allowing students to take classes in the college beyond merit and forcing the teachers at DJ college to lessen the class timing during Ramazan were also denounced in the meeting.

It was demanded that the positions of DG colleges Sindh and regional directors should be eradicated and four directorates should be formed for Karachi, Hyderabad, Sukkur and Larkana as it was in the past.

"The confirmation of ad-hoc teachers and the postings of the teachers to meet the shortage of 2,000 teachers in the province were also demanded. Nearly 650 teachers should be posted in the colleges who have already received offer letters from Sindh education department."

The meeting demanded the Sindh CM, provincial education minister and chief secretary Sindh to take concrete steps to solve problems of the teachers' community.

Conversely, the meeting had unanimously decided that SPLA's elections at unit level would be completed till October 15. The Nation

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