CAP Computer, home economics placement result 2011
Placement results of CAP 2011 announced
Karachi, Sep 19: The Director General (DG)
Colleges and the Chairman of the Centralised Admission Policy (CAP)-2011
Committee, Professor Dr Nasir Ansar, on Sunday, announced placement results for
the faculties of Home Economics, Computer Science (Male and Female) and
Pre-Engineering (Male) admissions to class XI in the government colleges of the
According to the Chairman CAP-2011, more than 1,400 male
students had applied, but only 809 of were admitted in 15 government colleges
due to the limited number of seats. Over 1,100 female students had applied in
the same group and 733 of them were facilitated in 14 public-run colleges, this
The CAP had given admissions according to seats available in the
colleges and due to the limited spots available, many students were unable to
get admissions in computer science. Such students would be entertained in other
faculties, Professor Ansar said.
Around 600 female students were enrolled
in the Home Economics Faculty, whereas 16, 057 male students gained admission in
55 government colleges for the Pre-Engineering Faculty, he added.
year we had received more than 17, 000 application for Pre-Engineering Group
while last year only 15,062 forms were sold in this category," the DG Colleges
The cut-off ratio has been increased 50 per cent and students
attaining at least 425 marks out of a total 1,100 were eligible to get
admissions in the Pre-Engineering Group, he further stated.
Committee had found that merit in the Pre-Engineering Faculty was increased in
eight colleges of the city. At least 80,500 placement forms were received out of
a total 95,000 sold, Dr Ansar said.
"We would try to give the placement
results of other faculties on daily a basis because we have set a deadline of
September 24, 2011 to complete this process," he stated. The principals and
heads of the public-run colleges are directed to start classes of Class-XI
during the last week of the month.
Meanwhile, the DG Colleges directed
the principals of the colleges not to collect more than the approved fees from
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KU student killed
Some unidentified armed men
killed a 22-year-old man when he tried to resist the culprits from snatching his
money and a mobile phone in the Bahadurabad police limits on
Aman, son of Imran, a student of the University of Karachi, had
gone to the Awami Markaz on main Shahrae Faisal to buy some goods.
his way home, two armed men riding a motorcycle intercepted him and demanded of
him at gunpoint to hand over money and the mobile phone.
resisted, the man opened fire and fled with the booty, leaving Aman in a pool of
Hearing the gunshots some people rushed to the spot and saw Aman
in a pool of blood.
They immediately informed the police. The mobile van
of the said police station reached the spot, picked Aman in a critical condition
and headed for the JPMC.However, the young man died on his way to the
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SSUET publishes 400 research papers
Karachi: Realizing the fast-growing
levels of knowledge in various fields of the engineering world, the Sir Syed
University of Engineering and Technology (SSUET) has assigned top priority to
research and published over 400 research papers produced by its faculty members
up to June 2011.
This was stated in a presentation made to the visiting
inspection team of the Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC) on a two-day
inspection of the Computer Engineering Department of the university.
PEC team was informed that faculty members of the Electronic/Telecom Engineering
Department produced 117 research papers while the Computer Engineering
Department contributed 70, Bio-Medical Engineering Department 154 and Civil
Engineering Department 68 research papers in renowned research journals.
It was pointed out that the university signed an MoU with Microsoft for
collaborative research in emerging fields besides having collaborative research
in Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) design; software engineering and
The PEC inspectors were informed that the university
research programmes were being supervised by professors from North America.
At the outset of the presentation, the PEC team was given an overview of
the university, the physical facilities, academic programmes, faculty,
co-curricular and research activities, and achievements and said that it
functioned under the philosophy of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, the great reformer and
educationist who created awareness about education in science, engineering and
Giving an outline of the basic concepts, it was disclosed
that the university had been graded in the W category by the Higher Education
Commission, its programme accredited by Pakistan Engineering Council, rated as
five-star university by Chartered Inspection and Evaluation Committee of the
Sindh Government and the first university in Pakistan certified under ISO
The team was informed that the number of students grew from
197 in 1998 to 1086 in 2010 while the budget outlay soared from Rs443 million in
2007-2008 to Rs714 million in 2011-2012 with high preference assigned to
The PEC inspection members were briefed in detail
about endowment fund, career planning and placement bureau, community services
and the physical facilities.
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Benazir Bhutto Shaheed University Lyari date extended
Karachi: The Benazir Bhutto Shaheed University Lyari
has announced that the date for commencement of short courses has been extended
to October 10 due to recent rains. The admission process is in progress and
admission forms will continue to be issued up to September 22. Last date to
receive the form is September 27, said a statement issued on Saturday. Further
information can be obtained at 021-32744017-19 during office hours. The news
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