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MBA entry test rescheduled
Karachi, Dec 20: The MBA entry test scheduled for Friday could not be held due to bad weather conditions.

The admission committee of the Karachi University evening programme has announced that the postponed test will now be held at 3pm on Sunday (Dec 21) at the Faculty of Arts, University of Karachi.

Science conference
The Dean, Faculty of Science, Prof Dr Shahana Urooj Kazmi, has announced that the 35th "All Pakistan Science Conference" will be held on Saturday at 9am in the auditorium of the International Centre for Chemical and Biological Sciences.

KU Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Pirzada Qasim Raza Siddiqui will be the chief guest. Ppi

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Sindh University Admission test to its various disciplines
Hyderabad: The Sindh Agriculture University has announced that test for admissions to its various disciplines will be held at different district headquarters on Dec 21.

According to the schedule, students of district Tharparkar, Umerkot and Mirpurkhas will appear in the test at Government Comprehensive High School Mirpurkhas; candidates belonging to the Badin district at Government Islamia College, Badin; those from Sanghar at Government Degree College, Sanghar; students hailing from Naushahro Feroze at Government Degree College, Naushahro Feroze; those from Nawabshah at S.M.Khawaja High School, Nawabshah.

Other centres include: Phool Bagh Mall Road, Khairpur; Government Islamia College Sukkur; Government High School, Kandhkot (for students from Kashmore and Kandhkot); Islamia Public School/College, Ghotki; Mehran Hall, Jacobabad; Government High School-2 Shikarpur; Qambar-Shahdadkot and Larkana at Government Degree College Larkana; Government Degree College, Dadu. Dawn

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Federal Urdu University for Arts, Science and Technology (FUUAST) hit by financial crisis
Karachi: Federal Urdu University for Arts, Science and Technology (FUUAST) is finding it increasingly difficult to continue its research programmes for doctoral degrees amid the prevailing financial crisis.

Data collected depicts that as many as 122 students have been working on their research projects for M Phil and PhD degrees under the supervision of FUUAST teachers. However following significant funding cuts from the Higher Education Commission students are now finding it difficult to complete their research projects.

According to statistics available, 70 students are registered in the science group of M Phil and PhD programs being offered at the university. The breakup of the statistics is as follows:

Eleven students in Botany, eight in Chemistry, one in the computer sciences, four in Geography and Geology, ten in Mathematical sciences, one in Microbiology, eight in Physics and 23 students in Zoology have registered for research.

In the arts group the number of the students registered for M Phil and PhD programs is 52. The breakup of the statistics is as follows:

One each in commerce, economics, general history, Islamic history, law, and psychology, three in Education, and International Relations, 13 in Islamiyat, two each n Mass Communication and Social work, 12 in Political Science, and nine students from the Urdu department have registered for research. Teachers Societies of the faculty of Science and Arts Presidents Prof Syed Asghar Ali and Prof Ashraf Khurram, respectively, stressed that the government should take immediate measures to pull the university out of the critical situation. Daily Times

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