University of Sindh announced BA examination results

BA results announced
Hyderabad, Aug 26, 2008: The University of Sindh has announced the results of BA (pass) part-II (college side) annual examination 2007.

A total number of 12,890 candidates appeared in the examination out of which 9,585 candidates were declared pass. According to result, 383 candidates secured first class, 8,356 candidates second class and 846 candidates passed examination in third class.

The Controller of Examination, University of Sindh, has postponed BA part-I and MA previous (external) annual examinations which were schedule to be held from August 26. The examinations will now be conducted from October 14, the announcement further said.

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KU institute distanced itself from Benazir Bhutto's October 18 attacks investigation
Karachi: The Dr A.Q. Khan Institute of Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering (KIBGE) has distanced itself from the investigations into the October 18 attacks on Benazir Bhutto's welcome procession, saying that it had not processed any of the samples regarding missing persons neither had it lost any of the sample.

However, a statement issued by the KIBGE on Monday, clarifying its position on a recent report in this paper, did not refer to the correspondence, which was cited in the report to establish cases of theft and movement of chemicals and other items from the institute to "unknown place."

"The samples of the October 18 case were deposited in KIBGE. None of the samples were lost from the institute and the samples were handed over to the concerned police officials on their request," said the statement.

"None of the samples regarding missing persons were processed or analyzed at KIBGE," it said, adding that the only analysis done at the KIBGE in reference to the October 18 case was on the samples of the suspected bomber. Dawn

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Nepotism haunts Karachi University
Karachi: Karachi University (KU), has forced the department's teaching faculty to launch a movement against the chairperson of Islamic History department, Prof Dr Nigar Sajjad Zaheer, who has allegedly undermined the academic activities at the department.

On the first step of the movement, teachers will go on two-day strike from Wednesday to condemn the unjustified activities of Prof Nigar at the department; as the higher officials of the KU are not talking any notice over the grievances of the teachers, it was learnt on Monday, while talking to angry teachers, including Assistant Professor Sofia Naz, Farzana Jabeen, Muhammad Zubair, Samina Hassnain, Humera Naz and Uzma Perveen.

They said that they had already forwarded several applications to the KU Vice Chancellor to aware higher officials of the varsity, Registrar, Dean Faculty of Arts, Members of Syndicates and Office Bearers of the University Teachers' Society.

They alleged, "Our head of the department has completely failed to handle the affairs of the department, as the worse condition of class rooms is depicting the real face of the her administration. Some teachers are being favoured beyond the law, while the majority of the teachers are being ignored in term of fulfilling their genuine demands.

The angry teachers have demanded the removal of Prof Dr Nigar Sajjad Zaheer from her position and suggested the KU administration to appoint Prof Dr Shakil Siddiqui as head of the department to prevent the academic future of the department. The Nation

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Rangers rent out part of school's hostel
Hyderabad: Rangers who are using hostel of the historic Noor Mohammad High School as their lodgings for over two decades and have even rented out its premises to a private party are not ready to vacate the building nor is Sindh government interested in asking them to do so.

The law enforcers have made alterations in the hostel's structure and rented out a room on the ground floor to a private party who has set up there office of a commercial housing scheme.

The hostel has 57 rooms, two halls, two superintendent halls, seven residential rooms, 18 bath rooms, a mosque and two kitchens. Besides being lodgings for Rangers, the premises of this beautiful and historic edifice house a canteen at the main gate, a medical store, a soft drinks shop and a public call office.

"We have obtained it on rent from Rangers," said a man who gave only Khaid as his name and was sitting at the housing scheme's office.

The commercial activity has so far gone unnoticed and correspondence by education officials with high-ups, seeking possession of the hostel, has yielded no results.

Besides, the management of Civil Hospital is also trying to get the hostel building for setting up its trauma and kidney ward. The director general of Rangers had agreed to vacate half of the building in a meeting chaired by then Chief Secretary Sindh on March 8, 2003 but later backed out of it and did not respond to reminders sent from time to time by hospital administration.

On the other hand, education officials have written endlessly to the high-ups seeking their help in getting back the hostel but their pleas have so far failed to stir them to action.

The hostel was inaugurated by Sir Leslie Wilson, then governor of Sindh, and its foundation stone plaque was laid by Sir Ghulam Hussain Hidayatullah, revenue and finance member of council of the government of Bombay, on Oct 30, 1933.

The Noor Mohammad High School was established by the then British rulers in 1888 who named it Hyderabad High School, which was then the only educational institution of the area. The school was named after Noor Mohammad Lakhair advocate after he succeeded in acquiring it from the British government in 1924.

In 1972, the school and hostel were nationalised by the government like other educational institutions.

The school's building speaks volumes for decades of official neglect and gradually falls into decay but the governments always prefer to look the other way.

The schools' headmaster Atta Mohammad Bozdar has estimated the cost of renovation work at Rs7.515 million. At present, work on repair of ceiling and rooftop is under way after it developed cracks and rainwater seeped through it into the classrooms.

More funds will be needed to ensure quality of renovation and refurbishment work to restore the old glory of once prestigious institution of the Muslims of subcontinent.

The school's ground floor and walls need repair and whitewash. Benches, classrooms' doors and windows have all but broken into pieces. There is only one toilet for the staff and poor electricity fittings pose a constant danger to students and teachers alike.

Students are compelled to study amid irritating noise of vehicles coming from outside as the school is located in the midst of city's heavy commercial zone.

The water storage tank has become too rusty and developed too many leakages and water keeps dripping from its innumerable pores. Of the four water-coolers in the school only two are functioning.

The school owned 21 shops but they earn the institution only Rs9,765 monthly, which is in sharp contrast to open market rates. Thanks to headmaster's efforts, the EDO of education has formed a committee to revise rent agreements. The school expects to earn enough from the rent to be able to carry out necessary construction and repair work of the worn-out building. Dawn

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