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Larkana HSC Part-II (pre-medical & pre-engg) results

Govt schools clinch top positions
Larkana, Aug 11, 2008: Students of government-run institutions outshined their counterparts in privately-run schools and colleges in the annual examination for the Higher Secondary Certificate Part-II (pre-medical and pre-engineering group), according to results announced by the Larkana Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) on Saturday.

In pre-medical group, Sajid Ali Bhayo having seat No.41890 of Government Higher Secondary School Chak secured first position after obtaining 940 marks, Seerat Asghar and Ihsan Bashir Shaikh of Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology with 939 and 938 marks, respectively, took second and third positions.

Ms Cheena Haidri Abro (37012) of Strathmore School System stood first with 949 marks, Fozia Soomro and Neelofar of Government Higher Secondary School Wagan got 941 each to share the second position and Ambreen Shaikh of Sindh Science College obtained 973 marks to make it to the third.

In the pre-engineering group, Prince Ali Raza Tunio of Cadet College Larkana and Maneesh of Government Degree College Larkana obtained 933 marks each to share the first position.

Waseem Ahmed Soomro of Public School Larkana obtained 931 marks and stood second and Anwar Ali Baloch of Cadet College Larkana secrured 926 marks to clinch the third.

The positions of female candidates of pre-engineering group would be announced later, the announcement said, adding, that a total of 9,007 candidates appeared in examinations for pre-medical group and only 88 could clinch A-1 grade whereas the result of 409 candidates had been withheld on charges of using unfair means.

The combined pass percentage stood at 77.39 per cent, with 1,169 placed in A-grade, 3,105 in B-grade, 2,280 in C-grade and 329 in D-grade.

In pre-engineering group, the overall pass percentage was 75.10 per cent and 3,459 candidates appeared in examination with only 52 managing to obtain A-1 grade.

The board had withheld the result of 163 candidates for using unfair means, the announcement said and added that 367 candidates passed in A-grade, 1,071 in B-grade, 915 in C-grade and 193 in D-grade. Dawn

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"they fill the pockets of the head of board and get positions. rishwat."
Name: a student
City, Country: larkana

"sallam faisal 4rm mehar.sir i want to say that @bise larkana there some employers are being get payment and give extra mark to a illegal please take action on this bribe..there is a candidate by name **** CHANDIO S/O ***** BUX has been paid 81000 and he take 938 marks...that is not fair.plz sir do some thing..other wise we will claim to cheif justice.................thanxxx "
Name: faisal
City, Country: mehar, pakistan

"please dont sale the positions these are the rights of good students"
Name: well wisher
City, Country: larkana, pakistan

"please tell me my rezalt secondyear class my college name is saint jhons college"
Name: Akbar khan
City, Country:jacobabad

"sallam,all staff of larkana board.and tell me, when HSC PART (I)EXAMINATION RESULT ANNOUNCED."
Name: imtiaz zehri
City, Country:Badah pakistan

"Hi I Am Rajab I want to ask u when exams result of hsc part(1) announced plz tell me."

"Dear The displace of documents during flood plz takeout my result. HSC-II 2008."
Name: shah murad
City, Country:jacobabad

"result 2009 part 2 pr-medical"
Name: amjad ali
City, Country: larkana pakistan

"Believe That"
Name: Mehran Raza
City, Country: Shikarpur Sindh, pakistan

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Karachi University announced MBBS suppl results
Karachi: The University of Karachi on Saturday announced results of the MBBS first professional part-B supplementary examination 2008. The pass percentage stood at 71, according to a KU press release. Ppi

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Mr. Vice Chancellor!
Karachi: I write to you as a concerned citizen, who feels greatly upset and ashamed at learning that a Karachi University professor was brutally beaten by the Rangers - supposedly appointed as the law keepers and safety providers at the University. One would like to ask the following questions from the authorities; what business do Rangers have of administering law and order at the highest seat of learning? What role does a VC have in controlling the Rangers who control the university? Can a VC protect his professors from being beaten up by his own Rangers?
Naeem Sadiq (The Nation)

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SSUET and Hertfordshire Uni to sign deal
Karachi: A two-member team from the UK's Hertfordshire University is arriving here to launch their agreement to collaborate with the Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology (SSUET) on August 13.

SSUET has signed similar agreements with Coventry and London Metropolitan universities.

It wants to provide its students the opportunity to access academic programmes that lead to foreign under-graduate and post-graduate degrees.

The MoUs will help the advanced entry of SSUET students into degree courses with credit transfers involving the first two years of study at SSUET and subsequent two years in the UK.

It also provides for the first six months of class work for M.S. students in the UK and the subsequent six months for preparation of their projects in SSUET under a local supervisor.

In the first phase the Central Secretariat, Examination and Civil Engineering departments will be taking part. App

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Varsity employees call for SAU VC's removal
Hyderabad: A large number of employees of various universities held a demonstration and hunger strike outside the press club here on Sunday to press their demand for removal of the Sindh Agriculture University vice-chancellor.

The protesters including All-Sindh University Employees Federation leaders and the SAU Employees Action Committee leaders demanded removal of the vice-chancellor and his team.

Hussain Bux Veesar, Karam Ali Punnu and others accused the vice-chancellor and his team of massive malpractices.

They demanded immediate removal of what they called the retired vice-chancellor and his team of retired people and added that it was necessary to save the only agriculture university of Sindh.

They said that from Monday, they would hold separate demonstrations. Dawn

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Minister for cut in SM Law College fees
Karachi: Sindh Law Minister Mohammad Ayaz Soomro on Sunday sought a cut in the annual fees of SM Law College so that poor students could also get law education from there.

It has become difficult for the parents to afford the rising college fees therefore it will be good to reduce them immediately, he said while addressing as chief guest at a ceremony at SM Law College Karachi.

Soomro said this institute was very important for the PPP government because Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto had delivered lectures there.

He said that they would have to convince people to receive law education because it was very important for the society, besides a lawyer could also earn as much as an engineer and a doctor.

He announced Rs 0.2 million for Taluka Bar Council, Rs 0.5 million for District Bar Council, Rs 01 million for Karachi Bar Council and Rs 2.5 million for Sindh Bar Council. The News

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