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Karachi Matric exam results 2011, Girls positions

Girls clinch top three positions in SSC exam
Karachi, Aug 02: Chairman Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK) Anzar Hussain Zaidi on Monday announced the result of the Science Group, Secondary School Certificate Part-II (Class-X), Annual Examinations-2011.

At least 127,425 candidates were registered and 126,556 students appeared in the exams, of which 93,545 candidates were declared passed and the pass percentage was 73.92, he said.

According to the gazette issued, 13,625 students obtained A-One grade, 23,282 candidates received A grade. As many as 27,960 students got B grade and 21,578 C grade. Meanwhile, 6,636 candidates passed with D grade, 105 students got E grade and 359 candidates passed their exams in additional subjects.

The gazette shows that 72,363 male candidates were registered and 71,866 students appeared in the exams. As many as 5,181 candidates got A-One grade, 11,416 students got A grade. Meanwhile, 15,660 candidates got B grade, 14,299 students passed with C grade and 96 candidates got E grade.

It further shows that 55,062 female students registered and 54,690 candidates appeared in the exams. Of which, 8,444 students received A-One grade, 11,866 candidates got A grade and 12,300 students B grade.

Furthermore, 7,279 candidates were passed with C grade, 1,344 female obtained D grade and nine students got E grade. Controller of Examinations BSEK Rafia Mallah told the media that the board had displayed the results of the candidates who had not submitted their required documents up till now. However, their results would remain withheld until they cleared all objections, she said.

At least 29 unfair means (UFM) cases were reported by the Governor's Special Vigilance Team whereas 45 UFM cases were reported by Overseen Committee of the BSEK and 47 UFM cases were reported by the Centre Superintendent, she further said.

The results of 11 candidates were cancelled due to submission of bogus documents while the result of 81 students was withheld due to unauthorised change of examination centre, she added.

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SSC Part-I & II deaf candidates' results
Karachi: Chairman, Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK), Anzar Hussain Zaidi on Monday announced the result of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Part-I and II (Class-IX and X), Annual Examinations-2011 for deaf candidates.

According to the gazette, 102 candidates were registered for the annual exams of Part-I and 101 appeared. The result shows that 97 students passed all five papers while two candidates were declared pass in four papers and one candidate cleared just one paper.

On the other hand, 106 candidates were registered of which 103 appeared in the annual exams of Part-II while one candidate was declared failed. Muhammad Shayan Javed of Dewa Academy for the Deaf located in Gulshan-e-Iqbal clinched the overall first position with 786 marks out of total 850 and obtained 90.35 percent, Zaidi said.

Syed Muhammad Kashan, another student of the Dewa Academy, secured the second position with 762 marks (89.64 percent). Hammad bin Tariq, who also belongs to Dewa Academy got third position with 750 marks (88.23 percent), he added.

These position holders with the help of their parents and guardians expressed their deep concern over the worsening law and order situation in the country, particularly in Karachi. During the ceremony held in honour of the position holders at the board office, they said that they felt scared and unsafe when they saw television reports on relentless violence in the city.

The position holders also showed their will to get modern education in the professional colleges of the city. They asked the government to make sure that the quota reserved for such candidates would be respected.

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BA Part-I results announced
Karachi: The Controller of Examinations, University of Karachi, on Monday announced the result of BA-I (Regular) Annual Examination 2010. At least 7,128 candidates were registered and 6,846 students appeared in the annual exams. Of which 1,782 candidates passed the exams, while 5,064 were declared failed. The overall pass percentage was 26.03, he said. The results of 19 students were withheld due to the unavailability of the enrolment cards and results of 35 candidates were withheld for unauthorised change of subject, he said, adding that 13 cases of the use of unfair means were reported during and after the exams. The news

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KU LLM exams
Karachi: The LL.M Part-I and Part II annual examinations will commence on August 2, announced a University Karachi spokesperson on Monday. app

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School and college timings in Ramazan
Karachi: Sindh's Education Department on Monday announced the timings for public sector educational institutions during the month of Ramazan.

Primary schools would function from 7:30am to 11:30am accept for Friday's when children will be relieved of their lessons at 11am. With respect to those primary schools which operate double shifts these institutions would run from 7:30am to 11:15am and 11:30am to 02:30pm. On Friday, these schools would offer lessons between 7:30am to 10:30am during the first shift and 10:45am to 1pm during the second shift. Secondary schools which operate within a single shift would share the same timings as single shit primary schools mentioned above. Double shifts secondary establishments would have the same timings as their primary counterpart aforementioned earlier, including the Friday timings. Public colleges will begin their morning shifts at 9am up till noon from Monday to Saturday while their evening shifts would operate between 2:30pm and 5pm.

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'Sindh govt to give permanent jobs to teachers'
Karachi: The Sindh government would give permanent jobs to the teachers, who have passed the test from IBA, and legal formalities would be fulfilled during the next session of the provincial assembly, Education Minister, Pir Mazhar ul Haq said on Monday. In a statement issued here he said that secretary education had been directed to complete the draft so that it could be put in front of the members of the Sindh Assembly for legislation. He warned the teaching community to avoid attending protest rallies and demonstrating sit-ins as the World Bank is closely monitoring them. The news

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Teachers slam extension in VC's tenure
Hyderabad: A four-year extension in the tenure of Dr Nilofer Shaikh as the Vice-Chancellor of Shah Abdul Latif University (Salu) is against the cannons of justice and fair play, besides undermining the tenets of constitution of equal opportunities. The Federation of All Pakistan Universities Academic Staff Association is also against such a move.

President of the Shah Abdul Latif University Teachers' Association Dr Abdul Majeed Chandio, expressing disappointment at a press conference on Monday, appealed the withdrawal of the decision. The association sought the intervention of President,

Prime Minister and Chief Minister in the larger interest of the university and higher education.

It's amazing that 11 out of 12 universities in Sindh were running under the vice-chancellorship of retired officials which was a flagrant violation of merit, fundamental human rights, 1973 constitution and recommendations of the FAPUASA, he said.

He also called for winding up the committees formed during the regime of Pervez Musharraf for selection of the VCs of public

sector universities and appointment of in-service senior professors for the post.

Salu is the only university of Sindh catering to the needs of students of eight districts but unfortunately it lacked academic leadership right from the start, said Dr Chandio.

Appointment of search committees during Musharraf regime to identify leadership for universities comprise of retired professors and bureaucrats and these are active even after the elected government, he said adding that they normally

recommend their colleagues and retired VCs for the post of vice-chancellors.

Dr Nilofer Shaikh because of her clout was earlier appointed for four years as Salu's vice-chancellor and problems increased manifold during all these years, said Association's chief.

He demanded appointment of in-service PhDs as vice-chancellors.

He narrated alleged malpractices of Dr Nilofer Shaikh during her last tenure and accused her of favouritism and nepotism.

The finance director under the University Act was unfit for the job and prevailing situation of appointing a transport officer as

the deputy registrar academic was a proof to it, he said.

He alleged that she was patronising her sycophants in the field of research and at the cost of deserving teachers and similar policy was being followed in respect of granting foreign scholarship in flagrant violation of the policies of Higher Education Commission. Appointment of retired officers as VCs was also violation of Supreme Court orders.

Prof Naimatullah Leghari, President of the FAPUASA's Sindh chapter and Prof Badar Soomro, President, Sindh University Teachers Association were also present at the press conference. Dawn

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KU's business school wins international award
Karachi: Proud of their impressive achievement, the vice chancellor of Karachi University (KU) congratulated the chairman, the faculty and the students of the KU's Business School on receiving the 'Innovation Leadership Award' at the Asia's Best Business School Awards ceremony held at the Suntec Convention Hall in Singapore.

The winner of the award was announced by the World Educational Council and CMO Asia in collaboration with the CMO Council. Given that he was the nominee for this award, KUBS Chairman Dr Abdul Rahman Zaki received the accolade from the council's chief organiser and Chairman Andrew Kelly. Zaki dedicated the award to Vice Chancellor KU Prof Dr Pirzada Qasim, adding that it was due to his support and encouragement that KUBS won this award.

"The foundations of this school were laid on very meager resources but the revolutionary leadership of the vice chancellor took it to such heights that it was now ranked among the best business schools in the world," he said.

Delegates from different countries around the world were invited to the ceremony in Singapore and the main objective of the occasion was to recognise institutions from the various parts of the globe for the valuable contributions in the field of business education. These prestigious awards were reserved for individuals and institutions who have achieved a high degree of excellence and exemplary leadership. The news

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