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Karachi SSC practical exams | GIK new building

SSC practical exams begin on May 2
Karachi, April 26: The Board of Secondary Education, Karachi (BSEK) has announced that the Secondary School Certificate practical examination of additional papers for improvement of grades will commence on May 2 and last till May 16.

The board has mailed the schedule of practical examinations to the candidates but in case they fail to receive the mail till April 28 they can collect it from the board office, according to a handout issued by the board on Thursday.

"The exams for regular and private candidates in science and general group of physics, chemistry, biology, computer studies, food and nutrition, clothing and textile and Braille will be held at four designated centres for boys and three for girls," said the handout.

The centres for boys are Govt Boys Secondary School No1, Nazimabad; Govt Technical High School No1, Jacob Lines; Govt Comprehensive Boys Higher Secondary School, Korangi No3, and Delhi GBSS Karimabad.

Centres for girls are Govt Comprehensive Girls Higher Secondary School, Block M, North Nazimabad; Govt Girls Secondary School No1 near Capri Cinema, and Millat Govt Girls School, Korangi No2. Dawn

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KU grants 12 PhD, 4 MPhil, 2 MD degrees
Karachi: University of Karachi Board of Advanced Studies and Research (BASR) has awarded four MPhil, 12 PhD and two MD (Neurology) degrees in various disciplines, announced KU Registrar Prof Dr Mansoor Ahmad on Thursday. Following candidates were granted MPhil degrees: Erum Mehmood Applied Economics (AERC), Muhammad Kashif European Studies (ASCE), Shehzad Ahmed Applied Economics (AERC) and Nida Hashmi Pharmaceutics. The candidates who earned doctorate include Muhammad Imran, Latif Khokhar and Abdul Rehman Yousuf Khan in Arabic, Ramzan Bamari Persian, Shazia Azeem Statistics, Noor Bano Quran and Sunnah, Mehnaz Nuruddin Biochemistry, Fazeela Moghal Clinical Psychology, Afsheen Arif Biotechnology (KIBGE), Asghar Ali Dahar Hakro Geology, Roohi Ahmed Economics, Farah Siddiq Applied Chemistry, and Muhammad Iqbal Economics. Two candidates Dr Abdul Malik and Dr Alamzaib Aashiq Masud were granted MD (Master of Surgery). ppi

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Construction at GIK to cost Rs104 million
Peshawar: The central mess building of the Ghulam Ishaq Khan (GIK) Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology would cost Rs104 million and would be converted into the students' accommodation after the completion of the project.

The foundation stone of central mess building was laid down here on Thursday by the provincial caretaker minister for Health, Population Welfare Higher Education, Archives and Libraries, Dr Farrukh Seir.

The minister was informed that each 10 hostels of the institute had its own mess building and facilities.Shamsul Mulk, President of Society for the Promotion of Engineering Sciences and Technology (Soprest), Jehangir Bashar, Rector GIK Institute, Prof Dr Fazal Ahmad Khalid, Pro-Rector (academic), Ahsan Basir Sheikh Pro-Rector (Admin and Finance), faculty deans, academic staff and district health officers were also present on the occasion. The news

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Teachers threaten to boycott election duties
Rawalpindi: Punjab Teachers Association has threatened to boycott election duties in protest over the decision of the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) of not paying the teachers working with the returning officers in the upcoming general elections.

The association demanded wages for the teachers doing election duties in the district.

Leaders of the association, Chaudhry Yasin and Chaudhry Qamar Aftab announced their decisions while addressing a gathering of teachers. They said that the ECP has deployed 20 to 25 teachers with each returning officer in the district. The teachers must be paid for these extra duties by the Election Commission, they added. Daily times

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