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BSEK Matric Science Group result 2011

SSC Part-II results
Karachi, Aug 01: The controller of examinations, Board of Secondary Education, Karachi (BSEK), Rafia Mallah, on Sunday announced that the result of the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Part-II (Class-X) Science Group, Annual Examinations-2011 would be declared on Monday (today).

The board would also announce the result of the SSC Part-II, Annual Examinations-2011 (for the deaf candidates) on Monday.

The BSEK would organise a ceremony in honour of the top three position holders of both results at the Board's Conference Hall at noon, she added. The news

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Schools and colleges reopen
Karachi: All public and private schools and colleges across Sindh reopen on Monday (Aug 1) after a two-month summer vacation.

Sources in the education department said that there would be slight changes in the timings of educational institutions during Ramazan.

Earlier, the education department's steering committee had decided to hold the summer vacation from July 1 to Aug 31 instead of June 1 to July 31. However, the Sindh chief minister turned down the committee's proposal, and declared that the schedule of the summer vacation would remain unchanged. Dawn

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FUUAST extends registration date for BA, BCom, MA
Karachi: The Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science and Technology (FUUAST) has extended the date for registration of BA, BCom., MA, Madaris and homeopathy. This was announced by the Controller of Examinations, FUUAST, Dr. Waqarul Haq, here on Saturday. The registration date has been extended from August 1 to 10 with a late fee of Rs 1,000. There will be no further extension in the registration date. app

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TSC Part-II results declared
Karachi: Controller of Examinations, Sindh Board of Technical Education (SBTE), Syed Azhar Ali Shah, has announced the result of the Technical School Certificate (TSC) Part-II (Class-X) Annual Examination 2011, said a press release issued on Saturday.

According to the statistics of the result, 1,528 candidates appeared in the examination, while 1,113 were declared successful. The passing percentage was 72.84.

Muhammed Uzair Baig of the Govt Boys Secondary School, Orangi Town, took the first position with 94.90 percent marks (A-1 Grade). Muhammed Ikram of the Muhammed Shafi Technical School, Shershah, secured the second position with 93.09 percent marks (A-1 Grade), while Syeda Nida of the Gulshan Technical High School, Malir, obtained the third position with 90.90 percent marks (A-1 Grade).

FUUAST extends registration date: The Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science and Technology (FUUAST) has extended the date in registration for BA, BCom, MA and homeopathy.

This was announced by Controller of Examinations, FUUAST, Dr Waqar ul Haq. The registration date has been extended from August 1 to 10 with a late fee of Rs1,000. There will be no further extension in the registration date, he added.

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SSUET to conduct free computer classes for special children
Karachi: The Special Olympics are a gateway to empowerment, competence, acceptance and joy for individuals who in Pakistan live lives of neglect and isolation, hidden away or socially excluded from full participation in schools and society.

Engineer ZA Nizami, chancellor, Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology (SSUET), said this on Sunday while addressing the reception ceremony held by the Social Students Forum for Pakistani athletes, coaches and officials who recently took part in the Special OlympicsñWorld Summer Games, Athens, 2011, and bagged a total of 58 medals.

World Summer Games with a cause offered them an opportunity to participate in sports while promoting acceptance for all and fostering understanding and respect worldwide, he said.

The Special Olympics provided people with intellectual disabilities opportunities to realise their potential, develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, and experience joy and friendship by joining in sports activities, he added.

Appreciating the amazing success of special children in the World Summer Games, the SSUET chancellor said it was for the first time that the Pakistani athletes had truly taken centre stage and been recognised as individuals.

Nizami said the Special Olympics were undoubtedly beaming a message to the world that no physical or mental barrier could restrain the power of human spirit. If provided with proper support and training, people with disabilities could enhance their individual abilities, he added.

Nizami sought cooperation in establishing an engineering university for special children in Pakistan. He also announced the start of free computer classes soon for special children at the SSUET.

Mirza Akhtiar Baig, adviser to the prime minister on textiles, remarked that special children of Pakistan created a soft image of the country across the world through their participation in the Special Olympics. The credit also went to the noble group of dedicated people who made it possible, he said.

The Pakistani special children bagged 17 gold medals, 27 silver medals and 14 bronze medals in the games.

In the end, the Social Students Forum presented medals to the winners of the Special Olympics, coaches and officials in appreciation of their remarkable efforts and outstanding performance.

Later, Mirza Akhtiar Baig presented shields to Engr Nizami and Mirza Iqbal Baig for conducting the ceremony.

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Karachi varsity to prepare security plan
Karachi: A coordinated security plan will be devised for the University of Karachi. This was decided at a meeting at the University of Karachi, an official of the institution, said on Saturday. He said that the training of the University's security personnel would be in accordance with the new security plan. A plan would also be devised for recruitment of security personnel for the university, he added. Meanwhile, the physical fitness test for the recruitment of security guards for Karachi University scheduled for July 31 has been postponed.

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Student injured in clash at JPMC
Karachi: A violent clash between two rival student organisations, the Punjabi Student Association (PSA) and the Islami Jamiat Talba (IJT), at the Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Center (JPMC) on Saturday, resulted in one casualty before law enforcers were able to bring the situation under control.

The fight broke out within JPMC's central cafeteria around 1 pm. According to eyewitness accounts, both parties used iron rods and wooden while they proceeded to break the windows of the central mosque, corridors and a nearby building. A supporter of the PSA, Shabeer, sustained bullet injuries during the course of the attack.

One witness informed that there were some unresolved issues between the two groups, which was why the fight broke out in the first place. Eventually law enforcement agencies reached the scene to maintain the peace and PSA supporters made their way to the Saddar police station to lodge a First Information Report (FIR).

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Varsities urged to focus on Benazir's vision
Karachi: The vision of slain former prime minister Benazir Bhutto had made her one of the prominent world figures, and the universities of Pakistan should focus on its global background as it has academic importance.

This observation was made by the vice-chancellor (VC) of the Karachi University (KU), Prof Dr Pirzada Qasim Raza Siddiqui, on Sunday.

He was speaking at a seminar organised by the Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Chair (SMBBC), KU, in collaboration with the Institute of Business Administration (IBA), Karachi. According to a press release, the event was held on the City Campus of the IBA.

The vice-chancellor said that Bhutto was keen to encourage peace and strengthen democracy in Pakistan. He said that the SMBBC was set up at the KU to carry out research on her vision, life, achievements and mission so that it could be carried forward.

The general secretary of the Pakistan People's Party, Sindh, Taj Haider, said that Bhutto had also desired socio-economic development in the country in order to help overcome the problem of poverty and unemployment.

Speaking on the occasion, the director, IBA Karachi, Dr Ishrat Husain, told the participants that by following the vision of Bhutto the country could steer itself out of the difficulties it was facing. The news

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