BSEK SSC Part-I exam forms | Flood IDPs
SSC Part-I exam forms to be accepted from 16th
Karachi, Sep 04: Examination forms of the Secondary
School Certificate Part-I examination for Science and General Group
would be accepted without any late fee from September 16 to October 29.
was announced by Controller of the Examinations Board of the Secondary
Education Karachi (BSEK) Kalim Asghar Kirmani on Friday.
Kirmani said that late fee of Rs50 would be collected from November 01 to 15 along with the examination forms.
much as Rs100 late fee would be charged from November 16 to 25 and
Rs200 from November 26 till December 03, while Rs500 late fee would be
collected from December 06 to 12.
It was also announced that those
candidates who would submit forms between December 13 and 27 would have
to pay a late fee of Rs800 and Rs1200 from December 28 to January 01.
examination forms would be available from the National Bank of
Pakistan, Habib Bank Limited and Askari Commercial Bank, Board Office
booths. The forms could also be obtained from examination store of the
Board from September 16 after production of an authority letter from
head of the institution against the payment of cost of the forms through
pay order in favour of the Secretary BSEK.
The stamp of the school must be affixed on the back of the pay order, Kirmani added.
examination forms of Science and General Group (Regular) would be
accepted in Accounts Section of the BSEK after showing attested
photocopies of recognition letter valid for the academic session 2010-11
and a copy of slip for questionnaire submitted in practical section
which is mandatory.
The examination forms of General Group (Private) would be accepted at the said booths of the above mentioned banks, he said.
administrations are requested not to direct any student to BSEK to
deposit individual examination forms and the examination forms of all
the students of their schools should be submitted in one stretch,
Kirmani added. The news
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Education, vocational training of IDPs planned
Karachi: There are more than 62,000 flood
victims in 47 camps in the city and more sites have been identified for
accommodating the displaced people, said City Administrator Fazlur
Rehman on Friday.
He said that
despite the ongoing financial crunch and the responsibility to look
after the city's projects, the City District Government Karachi (CDGK)
had been striving to fulfill its moral obligations regarding the needs
of the IDPs in camps.
In reply to a question, the City
Administrator said the provincial government was making funds available
to the city government for taking care of IDPs.
Rehman said that
the provision of food and medicines was not the only task, but there
were a lot more things to be done for the IDPs. The city's
philanthropists and non-government organisations had been assisting the
CDGK as regards provision of food to the IDPs, but the CDGK wanted to
take a number of other steps for the IDPs.
He said CDGK had
started focusing on measures for education of children of flood
affectees in these camps, arrangements for sports and recreational
facilities, provision of lavatories and arrangements for special dietary
supplements for the nursing and expecting mothers.
So far, all
the helping hands had been concentrating on basic necessities such as
food and medicines, but the time had come to aggressively launch other
projects including those of education, sports, vocational training, the
city Administrator said and added that help of philanthropists and NGOs
of the city would be sought for these things.
"The situation in
rural Sindh will take a lot of time to get normal, so the IDPs could not
be left as just the IDPs but through vocational training programmes,
the adult IDPs would be provided opportunities to contribute their
skills to the nation," claimed the City Administrator.
he had already issued directives to the CDGK health group of offices to
carry out a detailed survey on iodine deficiency and malnutrition cases
among IDPs within two weeks.
He further said that he was keen to
find ways to help the IDPs, particularly women who were facing problems
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SZABIST presents cheque to PM for flood relief fund
Islamabad: Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology (SZABIST) has
donated one-day salary of its faculty and staff members in Prime
Minister's Flood Relief Fund on Friday, says a press release. Director
of SZABIST Islamabad Campus, Syed Asad Hussain has presented a cheque of
Rs1.1 million on behalf of all four campuses of SZABIST to Prime
Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani for the Prime Minister's Flood Relief
Fund. The news
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