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KU extends BA, BCom registration date
Karachi, Aug 16: The University of Karachi (KU) has extended the date for the submission of registration forms for BA, BOL, BCom and improvement of division (BSc, BA and BCom - both regular and private). According to a statement issued by the KU on Monday, candidates can submit registration forum with the bank voucher of Rs 2,300 without any surcharge till Sept 12. Daily times

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KU postpones DCH papers
Karachi: The University of Karachi on Monday announced that all papers of the Diploma in Child Health, annual examinations 2010 scheduled for August 15 and August 16 had been postponed.

New dates for these papers would be announced later, it said. app

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Lyari University gears up for opening by January
Karachi: The newly established Lyari University is gearing up for its final transformation into becoming a fully functioning university by January 12, with the appointment of teaching faculty due after Eid-ul-Fitr and the construction of facilities in full swing.

Education Department officials said that the university, previously a college, would offer the courses of Arts and Design, Information Technology, Business Administration and Commerce. The building of the Government Degree Science and Commerce College in Lyari which spread over four acres was moved to another locations and its reconstruction as a university was under way, they said.

The vice chancellor, registrar, director finance and non-teaching staff members had already been appointed but the faculty spots would be filled after Eid. Officials also informed that over 60 people were working in grades 1 to 16.

While the provincial government was bearing all costs of the project, officials informed that there were chances that international donors may assist in the construction of the university.

The design of the new institution has already been laid out and a batch of 60 students will be enrolled for each discipline at the beginning of the project. Half of these seats would be offer to students coming from Lyari, Keamari, Gadap and Malir while the rest would be available among people hailing form other districts in Sindh so as to have a more holistic representation of the province. At least one seat would be offered to a student from each district in every academic discipline.

Presently, the construction of the library, computer lab, classrooms, teachers' common room and canteen was underway.

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SMI to get university status: education secy
Karachi: Secretary Education Sindh Mohammad Siddique Memon has said that the Sindh Madressatul Islam (SMI) is a premier institution of the province and this is why the provincial government is interested in the restoration of its past glory by giving priority to its quality education and solving its problems.

Memon said this while addressing the faculty and staff members and students of the SMI College at Sir Shahnawaz Bhutto Auditorium during his visit to the institution on Monday.

The Education Department and the government was also fully committed to raising its status to the university level, because the alma mater of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah deserved such status, he told the participants.

The education secretary said, "The teachers of SMI College are imparting quality education to their younger generation, but we must have to improve it with the passage of time." The news

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