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Mirpurkhas inter pre-engineering, pre-medical results

Mirpurkhas results
Mirpurkhas, Aug 18: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Mirpurkhas on Monday announced the result of Higher Secondary Certificate Part-II (intermediate) examinations of pre-engineering and pre-medical groups.

Akash Kumar of Cadet College Sanghar secured 1st position, Raja Doultani of Cadet College Sanghar 2nd and Abdul Aziz of Bright Future Public School Umerkot obtained 3rd position in pre-engineering group.

Farheen Mirza of Government Girls' Higher Secondary School Mirpurkhas secured 1st position, Sunita Amrat of Future Public School Umerkot stood 2nd and Naila Bano of Govt Girls Degree College Tando Jan Mohammad and Hashim of Govt Boys Higher Secondary School Umerkot shared the 3rd position in pre-medical group.

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Campus killing: University teachers appeal for calm
Hyderabad: The Teachers Association of Mehran University of Engineering and Technology on Monday organised a peace rally on the campus to appeal for calm and condemn the Aug 7 bloody clash between two student groups in which a student Asadullah Abbasi was killed.

The rally, led by the university's vice-chancellor, Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan Rajput, started from the university gate and terminated at the teachers common room.

Addressing the rally, the vice-chancellor said that the Aug 7 incident was a great tragedy and stressed the need for collective efforts to restore peace on the campus.

The president of the University Teachers Association, Prof Dr Ghous Bux Khaskheli, appealed to all student organisations, intellectuals, civil society leaders and parents to come forward and help the university in restoring a peaceful atmosphere on the campus.

The general secretary of the association, Prof Jurial Sangi, and leaders of the officers association also spoke on the occasion.

The pro-vice chancellor, deans of various faculties, heads of different departments, teachers, university officials and a large number of students participated in the rally.

BOYCOTT: College teachers boycotted classes in Hyderabad and Khairpur region on Monday on a call given by the provincial administrative council of SPLA in protest against non-regularisation of many ad hoc lecturers.

A spokesman for SPLA, Prof Yaqoob Chandio, said that ad hoc lecturers who had performed their duties only for six months were confirmed in the three provinces of the country but Sindh was meting out step-motherly treatment to ad hoc lecturers who had performed their duties for years.

About 1,326 posts of college teachers in grade-18, 19 and 20 had been vacant in the province for last many years but the government had failed to fill them, Prof Chandio said.

Similarly, he said that in other provinces, college teachers had been given time scale and had been upgraded but the college teachers in Sindh had been deprived of time scale and upgradation.

He appealed to the president and prime minister, speaker of National Assembly and federal education minister to take notice of the injustice.

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Teachers block highway
Hyerabad: A large number of primary school teachers of Matiari district blocked the National Highway on Monday by observing a sit-in on the road in protest against non-payment of salaries.

The protest was led by the district president of the Primary Teachers Association, Anaruddin Shah and other office-bearers of the association.

The angry protesters raised full-throated slogans against the district administration and hurled stones at the vehicles.

Matiari DCO Saqib Ali Soomro arrived there and persuaded the protesters to end the road block. He assured them that all government employees would be paid salaries within two days.

According to some reports, tens of millions of rupees of the district government have disappeared mysteriously from its account, pushing the district government into serious financial crisis.

Reports said that hundreds of district government employees had not been paid salaries for the month of July. Dawn

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UDB set to complete 22nd edition of Urdu dictionary
Karachi: The Urdu Dictionary Board (UDB) is in the process of completing the compilation of the 22nd volume of the Urdu Dictionary that will be ready in a couple of months. This will include compilation from the first alphabet to the last alphabet of Urdu and prove to be a milestone in the history of Urdu Lexicography.

Farhat Fatima of the UDB was all smiles when she said about the latest development in this project. "This is momentous work and we in the UDB are proud to be a part of it. We also acknowledge the grand contributions of the stalwarts of Urdu Language who were with us, such as Dr Jamil Jalibi and Dr Farman Fatehpuri, to name a few," she said.

However, the junior staff members did not share her enthusiasm as they were concerned about plans to merge the UDB with the National Book Foundation (NBF), lack of promotions and much-needed renovation of the offices. An editorial staff member, requesting anonymity, expressed his resentment about the proposed merger. "It is unnecessary and is being proposed without any good reason. The UDB is being neglected as if it were a non-entity. We are doing something that will be remembered by the Urdu diaspora for a long time to come," he lamented.

The Chairman and Professor at the Department of Urdu, University of Karachi (KU), Dr Zafar Iqbal, shared this sentiment. "It is (the merger) nothing but greed… it is about disposing UDB property worth at least Rs500 million. This is prime land and the bureaucrats have their eyes set on it. The UDB was established in 1948 while NBF was founded in early 70s during Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto's regime," Dr Iqbal said.

He further said that lexicography is both an art and science and only those who have command over the language and knowledge of research methods can head the UDB. Sadly, he said, "those in Islamabad are only concerned about the monetary gains to be had from this merger rather than appreciating the quality work that the UDB is doing."

Meanwhile, Fahmida Riaz, a noted Urdu writer and poet who has been appointed as Chief Editor, UDB, said that she was keeping her fingers crossed. Talking about her visit to Islamabad to put UDB's affairs on track, she said that one can only "wait and see."

Even the former Chief Editor UDB, Dr Farman Fatehpuri, an eminent Urdu linguist, researcher and writer, admitted that the Federal Education Department is not taking the UDB seriously. "I don't understand the attitude of the officials. The UDB is an institution that is completing a gigantic task and should be commended. Instead, official interference is affecting the spirits of the UDB staff. The last volume of the dictionary is in the final stages of completion. Then, work on an abridged dictionary for beginners and students will start. Other dictionaries in Urdu, Sindhi and other regional languages will be initiated later. They (the officials in Islamabad) should know better," he said.


UDB stakeholders fear that the valuable property and future of staff is under severe risk if the merger with NBF is completed.

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5,000 schools will be reopened: minister
Nawabshah: The Sindh government is making efforts to reopen more than 5,000 closed schools in Sindh and maintain law and order, said the provincial Education Minister, Pir Mazharul Haq.

Talking to journalists at a lunch hoisted by Taluka President PPP Ziaul Hassan Lanjar at Gymkhana on Monday, he said that the number of closed schools had reduced to 5,000 from 7,700 and the department was recruiting teachers through entry test to reopen the remaining ones.

In reply to a question, he said that the law and order situation was not satisfactory in Sindh but was better as compared to other provinces.

He appreciated the efforts of home minister in controlling the situation and was confident that the target killings would come to an end, soon.

He refuted the impression that all sugar mills in the province belonged to PPP leaders but expressed his resolve of taking action against hoarders and raids in this regard were being conducted on information of stashing.

He said that the tenure of local bodies would complete in October after which government officials would be appointed as administrators. He said that the MQM was their coalition partner and negotiations regarding local government system were in process.

He said that the Sindh Governor had objected to the summary of Sindh Cabinet for the establishment of Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education in Nawabshah which was handed over to the committee. The Governor would be approached for the removal of objection.

Earlier, the minister visited the Provincial Institute of Teachers Education, Quaid-e-Awam University of Engineering Science and Technology and Shaheed Benazir Bhutto public school where he was given briefing. The news

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