CAP colleges admission forms issuance deadline extended

CAP forms issuance deadline extended
Karachi, Aug 21, 2008: The committee set up under the Centralized Admission Policy-2008 for admission to first year classes in the city government colleges has extended the date for purchasing prospectus/placement forms from banks up to Aug 26. However, the committee is yet to decide about the last date for the submission of the forms.

A member of the CAP committee, when asked, stated that the students seeking admission to Class-XI were supposed to ensure submission of their duly filled placement forms along with the required documents by Aug 26, the new deadline for the issuance of the forms.

Admission seekers and their parents appeared confused about the matter as many of them desperately sought some information about any extension in the date for the submission of forms.

They wondered why the CAP committee was unable to extend the date, thus making people assume the same date should be the last date for receiving and submitting the admission forms. "It must be obligatory upon the CAP committee to fix a date for submitting the placement forms different from that of the deadline for the issuance of the forms. The committee should announce a schedule in unambiguous terms to remove confusion," a woman caller from Gulshan-i-Iqbal said.

Meanwhile, the 42 HBL branches authorised to issue the placement forms along with prospectus for admission in Class-XI have, so far, issued more than 80,000 sets to admission seekers.

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Consensus on fixing age limit for Matric-Technical admission
Karachi: A two-day meeting of controllers of examinations of technical boards concluded here on Wednesday after recommending that the age for a candidate of Technical School Certificate (Matric-Technical) Part-I examination be fixed as 14-18 years.

The meeting, held under the aegis of the Sindh Board of Technical Education (SBTE) at its campus, also unanimously resolved to implement uniform assessment and promotion rules for Diploma of Associates Engineer (DAE), Diploma of Business Administration (DBA), Diploma of Commerce (DCom) and TSC/Matric (technical) courses.

There was also consensus among participants of the meeting on the issue of promotion from first year to second year in the DAE, DBA and DCom with the condition that the promotion be allowed to only those students who would clear at least two subjects.

According to SBTE controller of examinations Prof Siraj-ul-Islam Bukhari, the meeting also recommended compulsory holding of supplementary examination for DAE third year students, besides a separate grace marks policy for DCom, DBA, DAE and TSC examinations.

The meeting suggested certain changes in the grace marks policy in view of the fact that aggregate marks in technical courses, except for the TSC, are far more than the general education courses which should be awarded after completion of each course.

The moot was opened by SBTE Chairman Mohammad Saeed Siddiqui and attended, besides Mr Bhukhari, by Punjab Technical Board's controller of examination Chaudhry Mohammad Jamil, NWFP Technical Board Chairman A. Ghaffar, who also holds the charge of controller of examinations, deputy controller of examinations of the Balochistan Technical, Intermediate and Secondary Education Board Syed Salman Shah.

SBTE Chairman Mohammad Saeed Siddiqui, speaking at the meeting, emphasised the need for promoting technical and vocational education in the country, and hoped that the controllers of examinations of all the technical boards of the country would ensure implementation of a uniform policy vis--vis assessment and promotion rules. Dawn

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Bio-diesel is the best portable solution for our food and fuel crisis, shows NED expert
Karachi: Bio-diesel is an environment friendly fuel, with far less emissions than mineral diesel fuel, and is the perfect solution for the food and fuel crisis, according to NED University of Engineering and Technology, Department of Environmental Engineering Co-Chairman Associate Prof. Dr Mohammed Harun.

"The fuel can be obtained by chemically converting non-edible oil from plants that can thrive on marginal land and can be cultivated with saline and waste water. Farmers should be given incentives to grow these non-edible crops, as fuel prices are consistently rising," said Prof. Harun.

He said that it was also possible to obtain organic balanced fertilizers, rich in nitrogen and having less adverse effects on the soil, from the biomass waste of oilseeds. "At present, Pakistan appears to be on the verge of a major food and fuel crisis but, on the other hand, for the past few decades, the US and European countries have been cultivating edible oil crops for bio fuel production, in an apparent bid to reduce greenhouse emissions in the wake of global warming," he said.

Prof. Harun said that the use of edible crops for bio-diesel production, such as the use of corn oil in USA and sugarcane in Brazil, was a mystifying act, as it leads to unnecessary price hikes and shortages in less developed countries. He said that Pakistan has the potential to cultivate non-edible oil yielding plants, as more than 60 percent of Pakistan's land lies barren. The bio-diesel can be used for buses, wagons and railway engines, helping in reducing harmful emissions, and can also be utilized for power generation.

"There are around 100 million acres of barren land in Pakistan and Pakistan State Oil has already taken a step in the right direction by planting Jatropha plants in Sindh. They even converted the oil obtained to bio-diesel to run one of their showcase vehicles and other plants, such as castor bean (Arhand) and pongame (Sukh Chaen), can also be used," he said.

Prof. Harun was confident that bio-diesel production from non-edible plants would benefit Pakistan in several ways, such as the utilization of marginal land, work for farmers, reduced pollution and a greener Pakistan. He especially stressed upon the fact that bio-diesel production would give a boost to the economy, as it can drastically cut down our fuel imports.

"These plants, such as Jatropha Curcas and Castor bean plants can be grown in wastelands and consume very less water. Plus, the cultivation of these plants, which includes seed collection, oil extraction and the actual bio diesel production, will provide a large number of employment opportunities," he said, adding that the by-products of bio-diesel production, such as glycerin and seed cake, can be used in soap, pharmaceutical and fertilizer industries.

Prof. Harun revealed that 1,000 Jatropha saplings cost Rs 5,000. "Jatropha cultivation has the potential to generate an income of Rs 25,000 per hectare per month. On an average, 12 tons of seeds are planted per hectare, from which 35 percent oil can be extracted, and in the case of Castor bean, 8 tons of seeds per hectare produce 35 percent oil. The maximum yield of Jatropha is around 1,892 Litres per hectare, while for castor bean it is around 1,413 litres per hectare," said Prof. Harun. Daily Times

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