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KU Exam results in Sindhi and Urdu
Karachi: The University of Karachi has announced the results of MA (Previous) External Annual Exams-2008 in Sindhi and Urdu. According to the statistics 29 candidates appeared for Sindhi, and 13 passed the examination. The pass percentage was 52. A total of 513 candidates were registered in Urdu, 452 appeared and 287 of them passed the examination. The pass percentage was 63.50. The news

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Reclaiming KU land from land mafia begins
Karachi: The University of Karachi (KU) has revealed that it has begun the process of reclaiming the university land from the land mafia and will complete the process after going through the legal process.

A case in the process is that of a press titled 'Ali Garden' situated on the other side of the university and occupies an area of 500 sq yards, actually belongs to the KU.

Vice-Chancellor, KU Prof. Pirzada Qasim had served a legal notice to the concerned press on October 13, 2008 and a reminder was sent on October 30, 2008. The concerned press was asked to present all the legal documents and allotment notifications within the period of seven days otherwise the building would be demolished. A notice was also sent to the now defunct KDA wing (CDGK) which stated that this piece of land, with survey No 168 Safoora Deh, belonged to KU.

The land measuring 7.24 acres is situated in front of the university. The press has encroached on a piece of the same land. The current occupants claim it is the legal property of his brothers Muhammad Farooq and Muhammad Javed which is spread over an area of 500 sq yards, and they bought it in 1988 through an auction which was advertised in Daily Dawn. The map of this press shows that it is approved by KDA.

In reply to this, on the order of the VC, KU legal section submitted a counter-affidavit in the High Court which states that the Karachi University is the legal owner of this land which is situated in which was allotted to it in 1954 by the Chief Commissioner Karachi and was also surveyed by the Survey of Pakistan and other government departments, defunct KDA asserted the allotment.

The concerned authorities had granted its physical possession along with the marking pillar to the competent of authority of KU of that time. In this regard the University reserves the rights to claim its legal ownership. So, the present construction should be demolished. Beside this, a similar letter was also sent to the District Co-ordination Officer (DCO) land in the same dates but the answer has not been received as yet.

Despite this, a petition is submitted by the illegal owner of the concerned press which is against CDGK KDA wing and KU. In the light of the actual facts, the University has requested the High Court that the present illegal owners should be ejected from the KU land.


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FUUAST extends form submission date
Karachi, Sep 4: Federal Urdu University of Arts Science and Technology (FUUAST) has extended the date for the submission of admission forms for the Faculty of Pharmacy (Evening). According to a notification issued from the office of University Registrar, admission forms can be obtained from the National Bank, Urdu University branch and submitted by 15 September 2009. The news


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Sindh university sets up new department
Hyderabad: The University of Sindh has established department of Applied Chemistry and Chemical Technology under the faculty of Natural Sciences, according to a notification issued by the university registrar on Wednesday.


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Notice to the Sindh public service commission department
Karachi: Another division bench consisting of Justices Mushir Alam and Mohammad Athar Saeed issued notices to the services and general administration department in a petition filed by three officers of the 2003 batch of successful candidates of the Sindh Public Service Commission competitive examination. The petitioners submitted through Advocate Zamir Ghumro that they have been deprived of their substantive charge and made 'officers on special duty' by the respondent department. They said their posting as OSDs was a prelude to their removal from service on the ground of rigging of the 2003 competitive examination.


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CSS Exam
Karachi: The bench also issued notices to the establishment division and the Federal Public Service Commission questioning the condition of 50 per cent aggregate marks in order to qualify for the viva voce of the central superior services competitive examinations.

Ten candidates of the 2008 examination said they obtained the requisite marks in the individual subjects but could not secure the aggregate of 50 per cent.

They said the condition was introduced by the FPSC in 1990 by amending the relevant rule but it was repugnant to the letter and spirit of the Constitution, which favoured weightage to the less developed areas. Dawn


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Bringing 'reforms' in teaching methodology
Karachi: City School Group Chairperson Dr Farzana has envisioned a concept to reorganise and reengineer schools to take education to greater heights.

This was revealed in a conference held at a local hotel recently.

The speakers emphasised the need to bring in reforms in teaching techniques which were appropriate for today's children. "The education of the 21st century should enrich the mind, warm the heart and awaken the spirit," said Dr Farzana.

The chief guest and also the Dean and Director of Institute of Business Administration (IBA), Dr Ishrat Hussain, acknowledged the efforts of City School in grooming the youth of Pakistan to the levels of international standards.

Other speakers were Dr Sadrudin Pardhan of IED, Mr Mohsin Tejani of USAID, Dr Thomas Christie of AKEB and Ms Farah Kamal. All of them reiterated the need for research and interactive through reengineering of schools.

The CEO of the City School, Mr Azmat Nawaz in his closing speech highlighted the school's mission to provide quality education and total customer satisfaction. The news


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