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Sindh medical colleges admission policy

Medical colleges admission policy : CM to approve proposals
Karachi, Aug 07: A special committee, constituted by Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah for devising an admission policy for medical colleges in Sindh, decided that the proposals on the subject would be submitted to Shah for approval.

The committee which met here on Thursday with Senior Minister for Education Pir Mazhar ul Haque in chair, also decided to convene another meeting at the earliest to finalise the proposals.

Sindh Health Minister Dr Saghir Ahmed, Law Minister Ayaz Soomro, Sindh Health Secretary Hashim Raza Zaidi, Special Secretary Health Dr Majid, Law Secretary Ghulam Nabi Shah, Additional Secretary Education Riaz Memon attended the meeting. ppi

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"Mir Pur Khas is fourth largest city of sindh and numbers of medical seats are less as compare to other districts. As a result frustration is observed among the students and parents of the interior sindh. Please, look into the matter personally and increase the number of seats to improve the moral of the people ."
Name: Maqsood ahmed
City, Country: mirpur khas, pakistan

City, Country: Mithi, pakistan

"why it become delay entry test for MBBS 1ST year of dow med colleg or other collegs of sindh...we have lost our 3 moths just beacuse of delay of the test date which is not issued till .....why????"
Name: zoni
City, Country: karachi, pakistan

"salam someone plz tell me how much govt increase seats of khairpur"
Name: sumera razaque
City, Country: khairpurmirs, pakistan

"Junior brigade is the ascets of the pakistan, there is needs to strathened the pakistan its nation and for this needs to be support and strethened the cadets of junior brigade karachi.with some incentives"
City, Country: karachi pakistan

"I want to take admission in Sindh medical colleges whats the policy of taking admission"
Name: roha rashad
City, Country: Lahore, Pakistan

"AOA i want to take admission in sindh in any medical college plz tell me how can i apply in sindh i have passed the entry test in punjab held by uhs punjab plz reply me soon i shall be thankful to u"
Name: komal
City, Country: sialkot pakistan

"I want to take admision in medical coleges of sindh. plz tel me the policy nd procedure on my email adres."
Name: Annie
City, Country: Chakwal,Pakitan

"i want to take the admision in medical college plz tell me about the procedure."
Name: m.sada hisain
City, Country: sahiwapunjab

"hy,i wana to apply in sindh medical collesges plzzzzzz tell me the process how to frm punjab...plzzzz email me..."
Name: maria
City, Country: multn

"sir plz tell me application procedure for baluchistan students."
Name: muzafar ali
City, Country:quetta pakistan

"I want to take admition plz tell me the procedure"
Name: Waqas shafee
City, Country: Dgkhan

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Education dept ignoring City Govt schools
Karachi: Junior Brigade is one of the important features of Karachi-based schools that run under the City government, while the authorities concerned in the Education Department are continuously neglecting this important discipline due to lack of vision and unsupportive attitude, the informed sources told The Nation on Thursday.

Moreover, the funds of only Rs5,000 which were allocated for them were abolished in 2001. The Junior Brigade movement was established by the Directorate of School Education Karachi in 1952. Its main aims and objectives were to impart Elementary Military Training, Map Reading, Field Camping, Leadership, Civil Defence, First Aid and Road Safety, Sense of Patriotism, Social Services, Discipline and others.

It was running successfully till the end of 1990s. However, later these activities were reduced due to lack of proper attention by the authorities of Education Department.

As per Section 17 of the By-laws of Junior Brigade Karachi, only registered units would be entitled to carryout activities of Junior Brigade Organisation under its name and pattern. Both boys and girls students of Secondary and Higher Secondary Schools, Elementary Schools, and other Local bodies' schools are entitled to join the Junior Brigade.

However, the Junior Brigade officials had issued their calendar for activities in 2007, but they were unable to carry out the activities due to shortage of funds and other reasons. Sources said that despite all hardships, they managed to establish their head office at Karimabad education department office.

The purpose of Junior Brigade was to enable the youth to deal in the crisis including natural calamities, war-like situation in the country and other emergency matters. The students are skillful to coop with such type of problems.

For the last several years, Karachi is continuously facing horrible natural calamites including thunderstorms and heavy rains, causing loss of dozens of lives and property damages along with paralysing routine life.

The scouts, girl guides, civil defence personnel and junior brigade in any civil society have been created for the purposes to assist the government departments in any disaster-like situation. But unfortunately, the responsible authorities in the government did not understand the importance of these institutions which not only provide healthy environment to the students, but also produce a helping hand to combat critical situations.

An official of the education department told that till the 1980s, the cadets of Junior Brigade were presented guard of honour in front of foreign presidents and prime ministers.

He said that so far, 250 cadets of Junior Brigade were still attached with various schools for promoting the spirit of Junior Brigade. "They have enlarged their capabilities including defence departments and now they are the reputable citizens of the country. Likewise, many such old participants of Junior Brigade continued to organise different activities," he added. The last gathering of Junior Brigade was held at its head office at Karimabad education department, where they demonstrated handling firefighting incident. The Nation

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Panhwar made Pro VC of SU Mirpurkhas
Hyderabad: Sindh Governor and Chancellor of the universities in the province, Dr Ishratul Ebad Khan, has appointed Prof Dr Iqbal Ahmad Panhwar as Pro Vice Chancellor of Sindh University (SU) Campus at Mirpurkhas immediately for a period of two years. The Sindh Governor's Secretariat issued a notification in this regard on Thursday. Professor of Economics Dr Panhwar is presently serving as Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences of the SU. He will be the first Pro VC of the newly-established SU Mirpurkhas Campus. The SU has recently decided to announce admissions at the Mirpurkhas Campus in five disciplines. The news

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SALU restores law college
Nausharo Feroze: The Shah Abdul Latif University restored the Naushahro Feroze Law College on Thursday. The university had established the college in 2003 in the Government Degree College under its Naushahro Feroze campus. It was closed about a month ago following allegations of misuse of funds.

The university's registrar Dr Badaruddin Ujjan said that the university would depute a person to look after affairs of the college till it held interviews for the appointment of the principal and lecturers.

He said that when the college was closed, its principal and lecturers stood dismissed. The university would appoint a new faculty and management and hold an inquiry into the allegations of misuse of funds by the previous management, he said.

Arbab Ali Chandio and Abdul Salam Luhrani, former teachers of the college, said that the campus was not run in a fair manner by the former principal.

They said that only seven lawyers had been appointed as lecturers and one of them had only one and a half years experience. The management had misused funds, they alleged.

Lawyers welcomed the restoration of the college and demanded inquiry into allegations of misuse of funds. Dawn

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'13 school buildings being handed over to other depts'
Karachi: Sindh Education Department Secretary Rizwan Ahmed Memon informed the Sindh Assembly's Public Accounts Committee (PAC) on Thursday that the department is in the process of handing over 13 school buildings to other departments situated in different areas of Sindh that were constructed at non-viable places in order to please the influential personalities of concerned areas.

Rizwan said this at the PAC meeting held at the Sindh Assembly building with PAC chairman Jam Tamachi Unar in chair. The PAC examined audit reports of the education department for 2004-05 accounts. Rizwan said these buildings were not feasible for running schools and were either in personal use of local influential or had been closed down. Daily times

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