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Karachi SSC (Science, General) Supplementary results 2009

BSEK announced SSC (Science, General) Supple results
Karachi, Dec 23: The Board of Secondary Education Karachi will announce on Wednesday the results of Secondary School Certificate (Science/General) regular and private candidates' supplementary examinations-2009, an official of the board has announced. Dawn

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BISE hyderabad announced HSC exam forms submission date
Hyderabad: The Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education, Hyderabad, has announced that the examination forms for the HSC would be accepted without late fee up to Jan 27, 2010.

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Postgraduate block inaugurated at Sir Syed College
Karachi: The newly-constructed postgraduate courses block at the Sir Syed Government Girls College was inaugurated on Tuesday by City Nazim Mustafa Kamal. The block has been built at a cost Rs83.899 million. He also laid the foundation stone for a 400-seat Auditorium being constructed by city government with a cost of Rs10.214 million.

Later talking to media representatives City Nazim said that the construction of post-graduate block in Sir Syed College would provide an opportunity to students to carry on their studies after graduating from the same college. The post graduate campus will be affiliated with the Karachi University and the students would be offered Master's courses in Computer Science, Commerce, Quran & Sunnat and Islamic Studies.

City Nazim said that the city government has completed construction of 451 buildings in education sector during last four years with a cost of over Rs9300 million including completion of more than 20 model school buildings.

He said that many projects in education sector have been completed and are now operational even without their formal inauguration. He added that if they start inaugurating them it would mean they would have to inaugurate around of 50 projects in a single day.

Kamal also issued directives for installation of a centralised air conditioning system and provision of back up electric generators at the under construction auditorium hall. He said that the auditorium should have international standard so that the hall could be used for national and international events and conferences besides hosting the college's functions.

The Nazim was accompanied by District Coordination Officer (DCO) Karachi Javed Hanif Khan, Executive District Officer (EDO) Works and Services Rasheed Mughal, Town Nazim Liaquatabad Hafiz Usama Qadri and others.

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KU Senate meeting
Karachi: Deans, KU Syndicate members and various teachers' groups met University of Karachi (KU) Vice Chancellor (VC) Prof. Pirzada Qasim on Tuesday and expressed their strong support for the KU Senate meeting that is to be held on December 24.

The source informed that the Deans registered their anger against the office-bearers of Karachi University Teachers Society (KUTS) for the latter's interference in the administrative affairs of the university.

Dr Nasiruddin Khan of the STF urged teachers not to mix problems that originate outside the campus with the university affairs. He reminded them (teachers) that Senate was a graceful institution and it should not be dragged into such petty politics as done by the KUTS.

A very vocal Dr Rafeeq Alam Khan told the VC that it was ironical that Sindh Professors and Teachers Association (SPLA) has not objected to the Senate meeting but KUTS who represents KU teachers is voicing its concern.

It is no more than an attempt to pressure the VC to keep "retired and very old professors" as advisors, Dr Khan said, adding that the KUTS was demanding the postponement of the Senate meeting because certain members were not represented.

The same KUTS, however, remained silent for the past two-and-a-half year when Syndicate meetings were held with less than the required number. This paradox, according to Dr Khan, was self-explanatory and needed no further elaboration.

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Sindh University convocation
Hyderabad: A total of 875 candidates received bachelors and masters degrees while 26 candidates their PhD and 16 M.Phil degrees in various disciplines at the Convocation-2008 of the University of Sindh organised on Tuesday. Also, 84 silver and 24 gold medals were awarded.

Vice Chancellor Mazharul Haq Siddiqui, who presided over the occasion, conferred degrees upon the graduating candidates and decorated them with silver and gold medals.In all, 388 female and 379 male candidates received their degrees.

Forty-four female and 40 male candidates received silver medals. Among the top gold medallists were 15 female and two male candidates. Seven special gold medals were awarded to meritorious candidates, which includes three Allama II Kazi Gold Medals awarded to Nasreen Kousar Arain (MBA), Muhammad Waqas Qureshi (Physics) and Hina Malik in Art Faculty.

Sindh University alumni Gold Medal was also awarded to Nasreen Kousar of MBA while Allama Ghulam Mustafa Qasmi gold medals were awarded to Saran Dars in Faculty of Arts and Ayaz Ali Leghari in Islamic Culture while Ali Bux Channa Gold Medal was awarded to Fatima Qureshi (Computer Science). Seventeen gold medals went to faculty's top candidates including Hina Malik (Urdu), Hemoon Kalani (Sindhi), Anum Naseem Boobak, (BBA), Nasreen Kousar (MBA), Maria Ameen Mughal (MBA Pass), Miss Asma Bhatti (MEd evening), Ghazala Syed (MA), Bushra Zai (MEd evening), Talibuddin (BA Hons, Muslim History), Ayaz Ali Laghari (MA Hons, Muslim History), Sadia Talpur (MSc Botany), Maryam Memon (BS Mathematics), Ghazal Saleem (Pharm-D), Afshan Solangi (MA Women Development), Azhar Ali Chachar (MPA evening), Farooq Ahmed (MLIS) and Anisa Gul Bhatti (MSc Psychology).

Those who received PhD degrees were Abdul Niaz, Ghulam Zuhra Memon, Jameel Rehman Memon, Kulsoom Abbasi, Muhammad Balal Arain, Nusrat Begum Jalabni, Raja Adil Sarfraz Rajput and Tahir Rafique in Analytical Chemistry; Ashar Ali Shaikh, Biotechnology; Muhammad Athar Khan, Botany; Liaquat Ali Zardari, Chemistry; Muhammad Aslam Chemistry; Khalid Hussain Lashari, Freshwater Biology and Fisheries; Hidayatullah Mahesar, Physiology; Muhammad Khan Solangi, English; Muhammad Ishaq Jamil, Sindhi; Nisar Ahmed and Rabia Sarfraz, Urdu; Abida Siddiqui, Education; Abdul Rasheed Laghari and Yousif Tahir in Islamic Culture; Muhammad Ali Tahir and Sobho Khan Jamali in Economics and Junaid Akbar Shah in Development Studies.

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Medical college upgradation
Nawabshah: The People's Medical College for Girls would be upgraded to Shaheed Benazir Abad University of Medical and Health Sciences for Women. This was stated by Principal PMC Prof Azam Hussain Yousifani while taking to reporters at the Nawabshah Press Club on Tuesday.

Prof Azam said the Sindh University had approved a bill in this regard. He said the new campus of the women university would be constructed at a cost of Rs 9 billion. A six-member committee would select a site for it. He said the Higher Education Commission would finance the university.

Prof Azam said the university would have separate buildings for each faculty, including kidney transplant, heart surgery, dental college, bio-chemistry, bio-pharmacy and the institute of nursing. He said an ultra-modern hospital of 1,000 beds would also be constructed along with the university, which would provide the best medical treatment to patients.

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Schools teachers honoured
Karachi: An education awards ceremony was held at a local hotel under the auspices of Intel Pakistan in recognition of schools and teachers using technology to enhance learning.

The award ceremony was organized jointly by the Intel Education Initiative and the Department of Information Technology Sindh. It was also attended by the Sindh Minister for Information Technology, Mohammad Raza Haroon.

"Teachers play a significant and valuable role in our society and these awards are held with this in mind. The programme inspires teachers to revisit their views on how IT can be used in education, and encourages them to use technology to enhance the learning of their students," said Ashar H. Zaidi, Country Manager, Intel Pakistan.

It was pointed out that the Intel Education Awards are held annually in Pakistan in conjunction with the implementation of the Intel Teach programme which provides professional development and guidance to teachers on how to use technology to enhance student learning in the digital world.

To date, the programme has trained 220,000 teachers in Pakistan, reaching out to over 60 cities and districts. In addition to the teacher training, the Intel Teach Programme also hosts forums and workshops to enhance the use of IT in learning environment, and so far has reached more than 28,000 teachers and principals. The news

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