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SBTE announces DAE results
Karachi, April 26, 2008: The controller of examinations, Sindh Board of Technical Education (SBTE), Professor Sirajul Islam Bukhari has announced the results of Diploma of Associate Engineer (DAE), first year evening annual examinations 2007. According to the statistics of results, a total of 8658 candidates appeared in the examinations, out of which 4432 passed it by making an overall percentage of 51.17. Meanwhile, the SBTE has announced that the technical school certificate annual examination 2008 will now commence from May 8, 2008. The News

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"Please send me detail about DAE in Textile Dyeing and Printing. Give me web address of this field."
City, Country: Karachi Pakistan

"Assalam...o...Alaikum..! 2nd year ka result kab aahay ga..? Or 3rd year Telecommunication Kay pass paper mill saktay hay..? Agar app Kay pas hay to e-mail kar day...Plz."
Name: naeem
City, Country: Karachi Pakistan

"Plz inform me about my DAE First Year Result with Passing Papers And Numbers."
Name: Muhammad Waqas Siddiq
City, Country: Karachi Pakistan

"salam-o-alikum all freands techar yar D.A.E electrical 1st year evinnig 2007-08 ka result kab aahy ga and kise k pass 2nd year electrical k notes hein? or plz tell web of the online notes."
Name: adeel
City, Country: shikarpur, Pakistan

"plz send me the result of DAE annual examination 2008 result ."
Name: syed irfan haider
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City, Country: MIRPURKHAS, Pakistan

"plzzzzzz send DAE 1st year results mechanical evening "
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"yar agar kese k pass 1st year k hain myj say share kar lay? D.A.E MECHANICAL "
Name: umair khan
City, Country: karachi, Pakistan

"plz give me information DAE 3rd year ka result kab ahay gay.. "
Name: naeem
City, Country: karachi, Pakistan

"salam 1st years 2008-2009 ka result kab aye ga muje bata do mehrabani ho app ki main app ka mashkor hoon go thanks"
Name: abid saleem
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"when the result of 2nd year auto& disel evening 2009 result will be announce by sindh board of techiical education karachi?"
Name: rahmat karim
City, Country: karachi, pakistan

Name: Yasir
City, Country: Lahore,pAKISTAN

"pleas send me DAE rults"
Name: usman
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Name: Aijaz aadil
City, Country: karachi

"I want to get admission in DAE. can any body help me to chose the Technology & colege from where i do DAE except GCT Karachi."
Name: kashif
City, Country: karachi

"aap ki news boht useful hain, may nay DAE sbte,2006 IT ke exam may all over sindh 3rd position li hai,magar Governer sindh dr.ishratulabad ne sirf 2008 k position holders ko awards aur bohat si education facilities se nawaz hai,jb ke 2006 se lekar 2007 tk ke position holder apni apni degrees ko apnay gharou main sajay huway hain, pata nahi kb un bicharo ko b education facilities se nawaza jay, mainy governer sindh, aur chief minister ko b apni application aur merit list jis me meri position by name mentioned hai, 2 bar send kr chuka houn, magar abhi tak koi reply nahi aaya, ap se khasosi iltamas hai ke aap ye baat sbte, aur governement department tk pounchain thanks, regards naveed ahmed."
Name: naveedahmed
City, Country: karachi

"I need result of DAE Machanical Technology First year season 2007. Thx"
Name: M. Faheem
City, Country: karachi

"please show me DAE 2007 annul result.because i lose my roll nomber and now i have no q to know abut please do some thing i will thank full to u."
Name: karim ullah
City, Country: dir lower pakistan

"jub 2nd year ka resut aay to mar ko batana thank`s"
Name: bahadur
City, Country: jamshoro and pakistan

"DAE 2nd year mechanical ka result kb araha hai.?"
Name: tayyab
City, Country: karachi

"dear 1st year ka result abi tak nhe aya he wo to mehrebani kar ke send kardo mear roll no he 21706 he evening sihft mechanical g c t hyderabad."
Name: sadam hussain
City, Country: daharki pakistan

"mujhe 5 year paper mil sakty hai chemical engeerining ke agar ap de sakte hai to bazariya e.mail mujhe sent kar di jiye year ke sath mherbani hogi sir mein bhot pareshan hoon jald az jald sent kar di jiye 1st year ke mein wait kar raha hoon apki bhot bhot mherbani hogi"
Name: ahsan hashim
City, Country:karachi,pakistan

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Name: nooralamkhan
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Name: akash qaisar
City, Country:karachi

"respected i was giving exam i think 3 or 4 month i m waithing for result.kindly tell me,when will be announce 3rd year DAE result.thanks"
Name: inayat
City, Country: karachi pakistan

Name: Irfan Elahi
City, Country: karachi

"agar kisi ko pta ho k D.A.E 2nd year result kab aye ga to is number pe msg karain please"
Name: hidden
City, Country:Karachi, Pakistan

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Name: zeeshan
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CAP sets target of 83,600 enrolments
Karachi: The Centralised Admission Policy (CAP) for the first year classes in the city's 119 government colleges and 31 higher secondary schools for the year 2008 will be announced in June and the entire process of admission will be completed by August 15.

This was stated by the director-general of colleges, Sindh, Dr Rafiq Ahmed Siddiqui, on Thursday.

He said that the centralised admission policy for the year 2008 would remain almost the same as was the previous year. However, the possibility of any change in the policy by the competent authorities could not be ruled out, he added.

The official said that this system of admission was first introduced in 2002 by the provincial education department and had been successful in achieving its targets particularly in ensuring that all deserving students acquired admissions to colleges and higher secondary schools on a merit basis and according to the existing capacity of the institutions.

Highlighting the salient features of the policy, sources in the education department said that over 83,600 (around 40,800 male and about 42,850 female) students would be accommodated in the city's 119 government colleges and 31 higher secondary schools in the academic year 2008 and the six faculties, which would be offered to them included Science (Pre-Engineering), Science (Pre-Medical), General Science (Computer), Commerce, Humanities (Arts) and Home Economics which would be offered to the female students only.

Giving the break-down of the faculty-wise seats expected to be available in the city's 119 government colleges and 31 government higher secondary schools, the sources said these included 22,650 (about 15,000 for male students and around 7,700 for female students) in the pre-engineering group; around 16,500 (5,500 for male and 10,900 female) in the pre-medical group; about 1,300 (700 male and 600 female) in computer science group; about 22,300 (14,550 male and 7,750 female) in the commerce group and 600 in the Home Economics.

Elaborating, the sources said that students who would be passing their Secondary School Certificate/Technical Board Examination/G.C.E (O' Level) or its equivalent annual examinations-2008 would be eligible for admissions to Class XI.

Besides, those students who had passed the above mentioned examinations in 2007 (annual/supplementary examinations) or during the last five years would also be eligible for admissions to Class XI with the condition that five marks for every year of gap would be deducted from their total marks.

However, the students who would be passing their SSC equivalent supplementary examination in 2008 would not be eligible for admission to Class XI in the 2008 session, they added. Dawn

Colleges short of Lab equipment, staff, teachers
Karachi: Mismanagement and the lack of a proper policy at educational institutions in general, and colleges in particular, have badly affected the functioning of the science departments at these institutes. The problems range from the standard of teaching and faulty laboratory equipment, all the way to other facilities prescribed in the syllabi.

A random visit to various colleges in the city, including the DJ Science College, PECHS Girls College, Sir Syed Girls College, Karachi College for Women, Adamjee Science College and Islamia Science College, showed that almost all these institutes were short of science teachers, lab attendants, lab assistants, instruments and chemicals required for lab work. Most of the equipment used in the laboratories was around 40 years old, and hence, outdated.

Interestingly enough, new techniques, such as DNA tests, were introduced in these colleges. The corresponding lab equipment was not provided, however, because it was "too expensive."

Moreover, a majority of the colleges in the city have been facing a shortage of teachers for specific subjects, for the past three to four years. Most state-run colleges in the city have hired co-operative teachers because subject teachers are either unavailable or are waiting to be posted by the department concerned. Repeated complaints made by the administration and the director colleges have not made the situation any better, primarily because qualified candidates (those holding a Master's degree) are reluctant to take up these jobs owing to the low pay scale.

Twenty years ago, a budget of Rs0.1 million was allocated for each state-run college in the city (even though there were fewer colleges at the time). This budget has been reduced to Rs5,000 per year, and many colleges are not getting even this amount.

Under the Education Sector Reforms, a college needs science teachers and laboratories, while already-established laboratories must be equipped as per the rules prescribed by the Directorate of Colleges. Moreover, if a college requires a faculty of 100, for instance, the Directorate of Colleges is bound to fulfill this quota irrespective of the teacher's field of expertise. One such example can be seen at the Government College for Women (GCW) Sharae Liaquat where a teacher for Sindhi was appointed to teach Physics.

During a survey of the GCW, the head of the Chemistry Department, Fauzia Javed, presented a dismal picture with regard to the lab apparatus. The microscope, she said, is out of order and is beyond repair. Javed has been serving the department for the last 27 years. She was critical of the budget allocated, and said that Rs10,000 was given to the department during the year 2007-2008. This, Javed said, was insufficient, because most chemicals in the lab could not be reused. A bottle of chemical which previously cost Rs200 now costs Rs500. "We are only able to give a pint of these chemicals to a group of eight students. This ultimately affects how much students learn," she said.

Dilshad Rafqi, head of the Zoology Department, had similar complaints. She said that they have been using the same microscope for the last 30 years. The microscope is currently out of order, and even slides are not available to the students, she said. "Although DNA tests were included in the syllabus, these require high-tech equipment which was not provided. Students were, therefore, introduced to the new terminology in theory, but did not witness any practical demonstrations in this regard," she said.

Rafqi further said that frogs and cockroaches were needed for dissection - even these are not provided by the college. "We have to pay for all this through our own pockets," she said. Teachers from the Botany Department at the college also complained of the microscope. Tasneem also said that the Bunsen burners in the laboratory leaked. "We have to use stoves for experiments because using a burner would mean torching the entire building," she said.

The DJ College espouses similar problems. This year, the college received only Rs5,000 for its laboratories. The administration collects Rs100 annually from students as 'student welfare' charge. This amount is used for repairing and buying lab instruments, but it is inadequate for fulfilling all the requirements. The News

PMDC team inspects college
Sukkur: A 12-member team of the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) on Friday visited Ghulam Mohammad Mahar Medical College and the Civil Hospital Sukkur and got themselves apprised of the facilities being provided there.

The team, led by PMDC vice-president and vice-chancellor of Dow Medical College Professor Dr Masood Hameed, during its visit met the principal and teaching staff of the college who briefed them about the facilities and equipment provided there and apprised them about their requirements.

The team also met students and asked about facilities provided to them.

According to sources the team would submit its report to the executive committee of the PMDC in Islamabad on Saturday.

The sources said that later a representative of the PMDC would appear before the Sindh High Court Sukkur Bench on April 30, and would submit a report about the college's affiliation with the Liaquat University of Medical and Health Sciences.

The PMDC team also visited the Civil Hospital Sukkur and inspected different wards and enquired from patients about the facilities and medical treatment provided to them by the hospital management.

Ghost schools haunt literacy hopes
Dadu: Junior teachers and officials promoted out-of-turn to senior positions on political grounds, use of school buildings in remote areas as guest houses by local landlords and the ghost of ghost teachers have kept education haunted in the district for years.

Sources in the education department said that despite efforts by a number of non-governmental organisations and the district government the number of closed schools in remote areas had increased.

The number of closed schools under the previous government stood at 375 which increased to 400 under the caretaker setup and it was believed to have reached 500 out of 1,985.

The school buildings have been converted into Otaqs, store rooms and cattle pens by local landlords and majority of teachers prefer to avail themselves of "visa system", as the illegal practice is understood and referred to in education department. The teacher who wants to avoid duty pays a certain monthly amount to education officials in return for the facility.

Another problem maligning the education department is posting of junior teachers to senior positions on political grounds. Assistant district officers (BPS-16) education female and male in Johi, Dadu, Mehar and Khairpur Nathan Shah had been posted to BPS-18 positions while district officers elementary and high schools who were grade-16 and 17 officers, had been posted to grade-19 positions, sources said.

Masihuzzaman, a villager at Makhdoom Bilawal primary school, said that around 20 primary schools were closed in his union council and mostly teachers were not performing their duties.

He said that feudal lords were using schools as cattle pens and threatened villagers of dire consequences if they ever dared question them while education officials were not taking any action despite repeated complaints.

Assistant District Officer Education Abdul Hakeem Jamali said that 200 schools had been non-functional in Dadu taluka in previous government but he got 100 reopened. All the closed primary schools in UC Makhdoom Bilawal had been opened, he claimed.

The regional director of Provincial Ombudsman at Dadu, Saeed Ahmed Mubejo, said that he had received 400 complaints about appointments, transfers and postings and he sought explanation from the EDO of education.

He said that he was also probing a case involving embezzlement of Rs500 million School Management Committees funds and repairs of schools with the help of treasury officials.

He confirmed the number of closed schools stood at 500 and that junior teachers had been posted to senior positions and many illegal promotions had been taking place, depriving deserving ones of their right.

The district officer of high and secondary schools, Haq Nawaz Solangi, admitted he enforced EDO's orders for promotion of four to five high school teachers (HST) undcer political pressure but cancelled them later.

The general manager of the Dadu chapter of the National Commission for Human Development (NCHD) said that the commission had reopened 165 primary schools out of 375 in 2006 but their number had again increased.

He said that according to NCHD's survey 740,000 children were out of schools in 2006 while 440,000 students were enrolled in schools in 2007-2008.

EDO of Education Shah Mohammad Gadhi said that closed schools would be re-opened in a few days and action would be taken against ghost teachers

According to education department's figures, there are 1,985 primary girls/boys schools, 71 middle and 82 high and 74 ghost primary schools in the district. Dawn
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