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FUUAST convocation | KU entrance test

Convocation of Fuuast on May 7
Karachi, April 16: The Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science and Technology (Fuuast) has announced holding of its convocation on May 7.

The registration forms for the convention are available at the National Bank's University Road branch and Allied Bank's Fuuast campus branch, according to a statement issued here on Friday.

The last date for the submission of forms at the Fuuast registrar's office is April 25, says the statement. ppi

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KU entrance test for PhD/MPhil/MS on May 1
Karachi: The University of Karachi (KU) will conduct entrance test for admission to PhD/MPhil/MS at the Campus on May 1. This was stated by KU's Pro Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Shahana Urooj Kazmi on Friday. She said that there are a total of 416 seats against which there are 3,370 applicants. Dr Shahana said that at KU's Academic Council meeting held on Friday with Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Pirzada Qasim Raza Siddiqui, it was decided that all applicants, including the academic and non-teaching staff of the KU will have to quality the written test to be eligible for admission. The classes are expected to commence from July 15, she further stated. The appointment of research supervisors would be made after the completion of the course work. app

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Move to curb SSC exam cheating
Karachi: The governor of Sindh, Dr Ishratul Ebad, directed the Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK) on Friday not to extend the deadlines for collecting examination forms, saying that if any student had not submitted the form on time, he or she should wait until supplementary examinations instead of adopting other tactics.

The governor, who is also a competent authority on the examination boards of Sindh, was speaking to journalists on issues faced by students and the BSEK as well as on the board's preparations for conducting the annual examinations 2011.

He said that the board should not extend the deadlines for the submission of examination forms and the students should follow the guidelines issued in this regard.

Replying to a question regarding the prolonged loadshedding, Ebad said that the power generation by the Karachi Electricity Supply Company was hampered due to several technical reasons.

He said it was obvious that power outages were causing problems for students. However, he added that the authorities concerned were trying to overcome the issue and there would be an improvement in the situation from April 22.

The board was advised to gradually reduce examination centres and bring the figure close to a hundred. This would help in monitoring the examination process and the BSEK could also arrange water, electricity, furniture and other logistics for candidates appearing in the exams, the governor added.

He also directed the authorities concerned to make arrangements for foolproof security during the exams. He said examination centres would be marked as very sensitive, sensitive and less sensitive, so that law enforcement agencies could make the necessary deployment.

Ebad asked the BSEK to increase the amount of emolument for the services of invigilators and copy assessment.

Acting chairman BSEK Anwar Ahmed Zai said on this occasion that the board had established an overseeing team to witness the examination process. This team is responsible to check if a single student is sitting on a bench and facilities like furniture, water, washroom, electricity are available.

Less than 10 percent of admit cards of private candidates were undeliverable and returned to the Board Office. The acting chairman said that the cards may not have been delivered due to false or inaccessible residential addresses given by the students.

The governor also talked on issues of the University of Karachi and admitted that political interference had increased. However, directions were issued and serious measures would be taken in this regard, he assured the media.

He said that implementation of a Supreme Court decision on the posting and promotion of contractual employees would be ensured. The news

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