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Sukkur board Matric result 2011

Sukkur board announces SSC-II results
Sukkur, Aug 03: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Sukkur, has announced the results of Secondary School Certificate Part-II (Class-X) annual examination.

According to the announcement, among boys Naeem Akhter of Ever Shine Higher Secondary School, Ranipur (Science group), stood first by obtaining 774 marks, Abdul Wajid of The City School, Sukkur, secured second position with 757 marks while the third position went to Mohammad Adil of Hira Public School, Daharki.

Among girls Sumbul of IBA Community College Khairpur stood first by obtaining 757 marks, second position went to Kiran Guddy of Mehran Model School, Pano Akil, with 756 marks and third position was obtained by Simran of Mehran Public School, Khanpur Mahar, by obtaining 754 marks (grade-A1).

As many as 40,986 candidates belonging to Ghotki, Khairpur, Naushahroferoze and Sukkur districts appeared in the examination. Of them 32,680 candidates were declared successful. Result of 423 candidates had been withheld for different reasons.

As many as 928 candidates secured A1 grade, 6806 A, 13495 B, 9051 C, 2397 D and three Grade E. The pass percentage stood at 79.73.

In the General group, 2,635 candidates appeared in the examination of whom 2,103 were declared successful. Result of 88 candidates was withheld for different reasons.

Only one candidate secured A1-grade, while got 25 A, 553 B, 1096 C, 417 D and 11 fetched E-grade Names of position holders would be declared by the board later.

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Extension in VC's tenure hailed
Khairpur: The Shah Abdul Latif University Teachers Society has congratulated Dr Nilofer Shaikh on four-year extension in her tenure as vice-chancellor and expressed the hope that she would continue efforts to solve problems of the faculty.

A delegation of the society, led by is president Professor Dr Syed Noor Shah Bukhari and general secretary Dr Ghulam Mohiyuddin Veesar, met the vice-chancellor at her office at the campus here on Tuesday.

Dr Shah requested the VC to promote deserving teachers without further delay and any discrimination and increase the allowance being paid to chairpersons of teaching departments at par with the University of Sindh. He also requested her to provide computers to all professors to help them in their research work. Dawn

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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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City's libraries rely on donations
Karachi: The ancient Roman writer Marcus Cicero once said that if you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need, and it is sad to note that our great metropolis has a dearth of both.

The few libraries that do exist leave much to be desired in terms of book collections because in the absence of funding they rely mostly on donations from writers themselves, and what is even more regretful is that an overwhelming majority of these treasures of knowledge do not allow readers to borrow books to take home.

Liaquat National Library (LNL) is regarded as one of the largest in the city and is well known for the rich variety of literature it offers readers, but it too depends on the books it receives from writers or from the families of authors who have passed. However, LNL along with National Library Islamabad enjoy the legal powers to collect books from writers as well as publishers who are obligated to provide a copy of each of their books published in Pakistan.

Commenting on the restrictions faced by readers in terms of borrowing books, educationist and writer Prof Ali Haider Malik said that reading books in library rooms was often useful for students, but the general public was less likely to have infinite time on their hands to sit and go threw an entire novel or journal. He maintained that libraries must be allocated sufficient funds for acquiring books so as to not rely on second-hand books donated by others. A large sum was currently being spent on renovations and administration, he regretted, adding that in some cases even the budget allocated for purchasing books was spent on non-productive projects.

Other libraries in the city including Ghalib Library, Bedil Library, and Anjuman Tarrqi-e-Urdu were reliant on books donated by writers or non-governmental organisations (NGO). Since these donations were the primary source of the library's literature, there was no formal system to mange or monitor the variety of books that came in as well as their genres. Hence, readers should not expect the latest books on literature, art, culture, philosophy or any other subject and instead they should be satisfied with what was available as per donations.

Professor Malik highlighted the point that even when writers made generous donations, their books were not made available to readers. Around 30,000 books were given to Karachi University's library on behalf of the late writer Mushfiq Khawaja and it was decided that a specific section would be set up their placement, but nothing has been done in this regard.

Government departments along with the Karachi Metropolitan Corporation (KMC) would previously allot a certain budget to purchase books from writers; however, this practice has now been abandoned, according to Malik.

There are prominent writers as well as educationists who have set up personal libraries in their homes which would be more useful to readers. Renowned Urdu critic and researcher, Dr Jameel Jalibi, is one of them. Also the former vice chancellor of Karachi University (KU), Jalibi's North Nazimabad residence has an entire floor dedicated to an impressive collection of literature that surpasses many of the city's public libraries. However, Malik noted that while their efforts were commendable, individuals such as Jalibi did not have the means to buy an infinite amount of books to add to their libraries or make available to the general public.

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FUUAST approves annual budget
Karachi: The 26th syndicate meeting of the Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science and Technology (FUUAST) held under the chairmanship of the vice-chancellor of the university approved Rs953.155m for the calendar year 2011-12, a spokesperson said in a press release issued here on Tuesday. The syndicate approved the salary increment, pensions and other incentives for employees as announced by the government during the meeting. Now the university would bear Rs87.596 million additional as compared to last year, the VC said. Treasurer FUUAST Qazi Zafar briefed the members that an amount of Rs504.557m has been granted by the government which is Rs26.581m less than last year's.

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HEC team reviews Baqai University's PhD programme
Karachi: A four-member review committee of the Higher Education Commission (HEC) visited the Baqai Medical University (BMU) to review its PhD programme, a press release issued on Tuesday said.

A briefing session was held at the Baqai Foundation Block, which was attended by the chancellor, vice-chancellor, registrar, and senior faculty members of the BMU engaged in PhD programme, a spokesperson said.

The team held detailed discussions about the PhD programme offered by the BMU. Later, the HEC team inspected the research facilities of the Baqai Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Baqai Institute of Haematology, and the BMU central library, he further said.

The HEC team comprised Professor Dr Nilofar Shaikh, vice-chancellor of the Shah Abdul Latif University, Khairpur, Professor Dr Muzzaffar Mahmood, pro-VC NED University of Engineering, and Technology, Karachi, Professor Dr M Ahmal Khan, director Institute of Stainable Halophyte Utilisation, University of Karachi, and Professor Dr Khawaja Azam Ali, managing director (QAA) HEC, Islamabad , he added. The news

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