Sukkur board Class 9 Science & General Groups results

Sukkur board announces SSC results
Sukkur, Aug 04 ,2008: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Sukkur announced the results of Annual Examination 2008 of Secondary School Certificate Part-I (Class-IX) Science & General Groups on Saturday.

According to the notification issued by the controller of examinations, Syed Islam Ahmed Shah, in Science Group, total 39,478 (male & female) candidates were registered out of which 39,290 candidates appeared in the examinations. 27,687 candidates passed in 5 subjects, 6921 passed in 4 subjects, 2788 passed in 3 subjects, 1130 passed in 2 subjects, and 364 candidates passed in 1 subject while 114 candidates were declared failed in all subjects.

The result of 248 candidates was withheld for cheating; 27 candidates for query; and 29 candidates for incomplete documents.

Similarly, in General Group, total 2598 (male & female) candidates were registered out of which 2519 candidates appeared in the examinations. 1494 candidates passed in 5 subjects, 658 passed in 4 subjects, 177 passed in 3 subjects, 47 passed in 2 subjects and 28 candidates passed in 1subject while 12 candidates were declared failed in all subjects. The result of 75 candidates was withheld for cheating, 20 candidates due to incomplete documents, and 8 candidates for want of query. Dawn

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"This is pleasure to say that i got A-1 grade in ssc-1 ."
Name: Waqar Ahmed
City, Country: Ghotki, Pakistan

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City, Country: Naushahro Feroze, Pakistan

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Name: Mustafa Haider
City, Country: Sukkur Pakistan

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Death of the internet cafe
Karachi: The time of the internet café, once such a popular business in Karachi, is almost over.

A number of things have contributed to its demise. The proliferation and inexpensive availability of information technology (IT) tools is one of them. Entrepreneurs of the computer and related IT businesses are more interested in trading in hardware and software merchandise, rather than solely relying on running the cyber cafés. Owners and ex-owners and operators of internet cafes all say that the cyber café business is no longer lucrative, and can sometimes bring with it fatal and socioeconomic implications that threaten their survival.

There is also another reason. After the murder of American journalist Daniel Pearl in early 2002, law-enforcement agencies launched a crackdown on the security in internet cafés throughout the country. Regulatory authorities demanded that such cafes throughout the country take a comprehensive biography of prospective customers, along with proper identification. However, the conditions regulating the internet café business evaporated quickly. It is widely known that no internet café in the country takes any details from its customers, despite the wishes of foreign or national regulatory authorities.

Ansar-ul-Haq, formerly head of Cybernet, cooperated with foreign and national intelligent agencies when the security measures were being brought in. He believes that such regulations played an enormous role in the decline in internet café businesses, particularly in Karachi. According to him, the idea of regulating cyber cafes and registering their customers is an absurd one given the clientele of the business.

"The customers at internet cafes are mostly school and college students, who generally do not have a national identity card (or other legitimate identification) they can show to avail the service," he said.

Ansar-ul-Haq, who now runs his own consultancy firm in the IT and telecom sector, said that none of the internet cafes in the country had ever functioned the way they should have. He emphasised the fact that despite all the regulatory drives, the country does not have a sole authority that can be held responsible for the unregulated functioning of cyber cafes. The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority, for example, says that is only responsible for those internet ventures that have been registered with it.

The proverbial straw that broke the camel's back has been something that threatens the very sustainability and growth of commercial and business life in the city: the prolonged unannounced load shedding. In Peshawar, a city not as technologically and socially developed as Karachi, internet cafes have synchronised their timings with the load shedding schedule, which is well-defined and publicised on daily.

Despite the fact that cyber cafes have been criticised for their highly unsatisfactory quality of Internet service, and outdated hardware and software, they still have qualities that set them apart in the IT and telecom sector. The first is their ability to promote computer literacy in society. The second is their attractive price.

The Mama Najmi Internet Café in North Nazimabad, for example, charged Rs80 per hours for its customers when it first started in 1999. Over the years, that has been reduced to Rs20 per hour. Most customers used it "for chatting and dating". According to the man who runs it, there was brief spell in 2002 and 2003 when a system of registering customers was introduced, but it did not last.

"We had introduced the system more on voluntary basis rather out of any compulsion imposed by the authorities concerned."

Now, he says: "There has been no business left in internet cafes after the easy availability of computers." The News

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Chairman HEC announces Rs 4 bln grant for varsities
Hyderabad: The Chairman Higher Education Commission (HEC) Prof. Dr. Atta ur Rehman Saturday announced a grant of Rs 4 billion for University of Sindh for faculty development and infrastructure. Speaking as chief guest at the inauguration ceremony of the newly constructed building of the Institute of Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering at Allama I.I. Kazi Campus, he said that only education is a strong base for development of the nation and added faculty development is key achievement in the higher education.

The HEC Chairman while announcing grant of Rs. 4 billion for the University of Sindh advised the management to submit PC-I within one month of time. Out of Rs.4 billion, he informed that Rs. 1.8 billion will be allocated for faculty development to send 200 youth abroad for Ph.D and Rs 2.2 billion will be for the buildings and infrastructure.

He appreciated Sindh university achievements in higher education and said that this University is playing  a leading role in introducing all reforms specified by the Higher Education Commission for the higher education.

He also lauded the contribution of the Vice Chancellor Mazhar-ul-Haq Siddiqui in introducing HEC's reforms and research oriented activities in the campus and said that University of Sindh has grown its admissions more than 100% as well as faculty development.

>He maintained that HEC will continue its efforts for development of higher education in the country.

The HEC Chairman said, "today we are living in a knowledge based society and added that the country without resource would be lacking behind other nations".

He said that roads for all success is education and for the development only education is an area to achieve set targets in the country development in sectors like democracy, law and order as well as economy.

He said that there is huge change in the world and added that we have been living in a open global village.

The Chairman HEC said that there are 120 universities in Tokyo and 1000 in Japan and added that that GDP of Japan on education is equal to GDP on education entire Islamic World.

He said that there is allocation of Rs 254 billion on education which includes educational institutes of provinces and federal as well as primary and added that only 11 percent of the allocated funding is being spent on the higher education in the country.

He said that the different countries of world like Korea, China and many others are spending three parts of funds on lower education and one part on higher education from allocated funds.

He said that real problem in higher education is because of having insufficient infrastructure as well as shortage of qualified faculty with Ph.D and added that out of 16,000 faculty, the country has only 3500 Ph.D teachers in universities.

He said that HEC had set a valuable tradition and awarded Ph.D scholarship to talented youth and added that among them 45 scholars have returned back with Ph.D last year and in the next year, 450 scholars will be available in the country having Ph.D degrees.

Dr Atta-ur-Rehman said that Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering discipline is most important discipline and added that this discipline is useful for fulfillment of human need and agriculture sector for more productive.

Later, talking to media men, Professor Atta ur Rehman said that the country is facing financial crunch now a days and hoped that this financial crisis will be an ended.

Answering about financial cut on recurring budget of the universities, he said that on May, 12 in a presentation the HEC apprised to Prime Minister about financial problem and he has directed the authorities concern for continuous support to education.

He said that standard of education in the universities of the country are improving and added that six universities of Islamic World including three universities of Pakistan are among top 500 Universities of world.

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USAID extends $90 million for education support programme in Sindh
Islamabad: United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has extended a financial assistance of $90 million to Sindh Department of Education and Literacy for improvement of education infrastructure and capacity building under ED-LINKS programme.

"The programme promises great rewards in Sindh as it will, hopefully, improve teaching skills of more than 30,000 teachers in the target districts besides providing effective models for school management; and improve the learning environment for more than 500,000 students," sources said on Sunday.

The ED-LINKS programme will be implemented in 3,000 middle and secondary schools in Sukkur, Khairpur, Jacobabad, Kashmore, Dadu, Jamshoro, Tharparkar, Mirpurkhas, Sanghar, Nawabshah and Shikarpur districts, sources added.

The programme had launched its activities in Sindh with a ten- week leadership and management programme for 125 head teachers at Aga Khan University.

Meanwhile, USAID Pakistan also conducted a ten-day workshop on standards-based education under the auspices the Federal Ministry of Education Curriculum Wing. It aimed at seeking the recommendations of leading authors, textbook writers, subject specialists, and teacher trainers besides enhancing their skills.

They will work together to develop strategies for implementing curriculum standards in schools across the nation, sources informed, adding, "U.S. government has so far provided more than $ 2 billion to Pakistan since 2002 to improve economic growth, education, health, and governance." App

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Poor libraries in Sindh
Hyderabad: Daudpota library is one of the few operational government libraries in Sindh. More than one thousand students visit the library on a daily basis. Especially during the exams period university students regularly visit the library and prepare for their exams besides those who study for CSS exams. These days the library is facing many problems like loadshedding and a lack of new books.

The authorities concerned must realize that it is the only source of information for studious students. The government is requested to increase the budget of the Daudpota library for the purchase of new books and a generator for regular supply of electricity so that students don't face difficulties.

From Mukesh Kumar Jumani (The News)

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