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KU cooperative teachers hiring for next academic year

KU to hire more teachers for next academic year: VC
Karachi, April 13: University will hire cooperative teachers for the next academic year through advertisements in local papers and the entire process will be supervised by the deans of the various faculties.

In a meeting of the department heads of Arts faculty with the institute's vice chancellor on Thursday, it was decided that timely submission of results to the semester cell, should be a priority otherwise the promotion of students to the next class is delayed.

"It is our utmost priority to facilitate both learning and teaching in the campus. We don't want the teachers or the students to face any problems," said Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Muhammad Qaisar.

He stressed the need for frequent interaction and communication between the faculty members and the chairpersons of various departments. "This communication will not just forge strong professional relations but the sharing of knowledge and ideas would sharpen the academic brilliance of both sides," he added. Also, it was stated that new and updated courses for the M.Phil and the PhD programmes would be designed soon. The news

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Woman gets PhD inlaw
Karachi: Advocate Rana Khan Malik, a senior lawyer, has been awarded a doctorate degree in law by the University of Karachi.

She was awarded the PhD degree on her research on the importance of forensic investigation in trial of murder caused by gunshot wounds. Dawn

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Dr Jawwad of Saving Face honoured
Karachi: The Dow University of Health Sciences in a ceremony organised at its Arag Auditorium, honoured Dr Mohammad Ali Jawwad - a plastic, reconstructive and burns surgeon and a Dow alumni, who worked with Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy's team in Saving Face with the Life Time Achievement award and a gold medal for his commendable services.

On the occasion, Prof Dr Masood Hameed Khan, the DUHS vice chancellor, appreciated the efforts of Chinoy and her team member Dr Mohammad Ali Jawwad for their efforts that brought the sensitive issue of acid attacks on women to the fore. "Their effort was commendable. And it brought Pakistan into the limelight." He said the issue needed serious attention.

"We are proud to see that our doctors are serving abroad and working for noble causes," he said. Prof Dr Khan said Pakistan was endowed with countless blessings and there was no dearth of resources. "All we need is the right direction." The vice chancellor also announced to name a lecture hall after Dr Jawwad.

On the other hand, Dr Jawwad said the story was conveyed a message of hope to local viewers. "I knew it was a great way to show how Pakistani can help their brethren," he said. He also shared some interesting memories of film making.

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Fuuast takes steps to keep campus safe
Karachi: No external elements will be allowed in the vicinity of the Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science & Technology (FUUAST) and all political flags, posters and wall-chalking will be removed in the next 24 hours, Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Mohammad Qaiser said on Thursday. According to a Fuuast press release, all students will be required to display their identification cards or carry the latest fee vouchers, at the entrance. Visitors will be required to make a pass prior to entry.

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14 cases of unfair means detected in matric exams
Karachi: The concerned authorities for monitoring the matriculation exams caught at least 14 students involved in unfair means and seven cases of impersonation on Thursday.

The Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK) sent a team headed by Controller Examination, Rafia Mallah, to three schools in Keamari Town.From the Government Boys Secondary School, Jackson Bazar five candidates were found using unfair means. A similar case was found in the Government Girls Secondary School, Shireen Jinnah Colony and two more from the KPT Girls Secondary School. The KPT Girls Secondary School had all facilities including a generator present in its premises.

According to a press release issued by the BSEK, the invigilators were removed from the examination room.In yet another raid by the Special Vigilance Team three students were caught using unfair means at the Government N.J.V School.

A second team which visited Gulshan-e-Iqbal and Shah Faisal Town caught three cases of unfair means.A case of impersonation, where a student other than the one who registered appeared for the exam, was found from the Decent Model School, Baldia Town. At least six more cases were found from the Government Boys Secondary School, Landhi No 1.

Director Private Schools, Mansoob Siddiqui has ordered the cancellation of registration of the private schools where cases of impersonation were found.No cases were found from Malir during the raid. The news

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