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Karachi university BCom part I-II (regular) exam 2009

KU BCom (regular candidates) annual examination 2009
Karachi, Dec 17: The BCom (regular candidates) annual examination 2009 will begin on Thursday, according to an announcement made on Wednesday by an official of the University of Karachi.

He said that a total of 38,658 candidates (25,990 male and 12,668 female) were expected to appear in the part-I, part-II and both parts examination.

The university has set up 43 examination centres on its campus and another 17 for female candidates in various government colleges in the city. Meanwhile the University of Karachi has launched its first bi-monthly newsletter "The Academic Leadership".

The newsletter is being brought out by the university's public relations office with the aim of highlighting and promoting the institution's academic and co-curricular activities. Dawn

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Paper leaked, MBA aptitude test cancelled
Karachi: The admission test for University of Karachi's Masters of Business Administration (MBA) programme was cancelled on Wednesday after it came to the Vice Chancellor (VC) Dr Pirzada Qasim Raza Siddiqui notice that the paper was leaked.

The aptitude test was scheduled for Wednesday but when Dr Pirzada was informed that the paper was available at various photocopy shops of the campus, the VC ordered the cancellation of the paper.

The admission test of Masters in Computer Science, which was also scheduled for the same day, was held as per schedule. The new date for the admission test of MBA will be announced soon.

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Mobile 'shorts' screened at Goethe
Karachi: The second year students of University of Karachi's (KU), Visual Studies Department screened mobile phone short films at the Goethe Institute. The films were made as part of a documentary workshop conducted by German film maker Till Passow, who had assigned all the participants to make†short films on the theme of traffic.

'Red Zone', which was about a traffic jam and the number of events happening simultaneously, won the first prize. "I personally liked the effort put in by the young film makers although the work could have been better, but considering that the students, they have done a good job," Ali Haider, a student who attended the prize distribution, said.

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Panel discussion at KU
Karachi: A panel discussion at Applied Economics Research Centre (AERC), University of Karachi (KU) reached the consensus that social and economic changes are taking place in Pakistan and it was the responsibility of the citizens to turn these changes into positive ones for the benefit of the country.

The consensus was reached at the panel discussion on "Interpreting Social and Economic Change in Pakistan," organised on Wednesday by the AERC at its auditorium.

Urban planner and intellectual Arif Hasan talked about the 'six changes' that had crept in the society. Those changes according to him include major changes in gender and family structure, changing nature of low-income segments of society, growth of the culture of associations to protect and advance the cause of various professions, changing nature of migration, employment and related issues and the repercussions of these changes.

Dr Ijaz Nabi, an economist and Dean School of Humanities, Social Sciences and Law, at Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS), said that the changes, positive or negative, depend on the nature of jobs. One could not be unhappy if getting most of the luxuries he desires. In his opinion it is difficult to measure poverty as various paradigms could be involved in measuring it.

Dr Nabi termed the building of canal system in Punjab and other provinces in the British India as one of the most important developments that ever took place in the region. The other was the industrial activity in Karachi after independence; green revolution and overseas migration were other tools for the economic progress in Pakistan. Unfortunately these developments could not be sustained for a greater period of time, he added.

Feminist scholar and commentator on social issues, Afiya S. Zia, talked about the social and political identities in context of modernity that, according to her, are both negative and positive as they bring freedom and inequality together. Human factors in the social changes are unpredictable as education and prosperity do not necessarily bring positive changes. She cited the example of Indian state of Gujarat that has an educated and a prosperous populace but yet they were very active in the killing of Muslims.

Zia regarded the change in media as very positive and praised the shifting of the media from government to private sector. She said that the British changed the culture of villages and towns, hill stations were developed and a romantic notion was attached with the villages. They (villages) were considered pure and indigenous, salubrious climate and were inhabited by warm-hearted. Now this erroneous notion has changed completely.

AERC Director Dr Nuzhat Ahmad informed the audience that many social scientists and economists of varying persuasion had recently been talking about how society and the economy in Pakistan have undergone change over the last two decades or so. It was her desire to start some debate on the state of change in the country in the social and economic arena and this programme was the pilot one for many other such programmes, she said. The news

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Waiver of uniforms only for colleges
Karachi: The Sindh Education Department, while clarifying a news item that appeared in a section of the press regarding the waiver of school and college uniforms on Wednesday, has said the condition is applicable only for colleges, not schools.

The spokesperson of the department stated that the decision of the steering committee regarding uniform waiver and summer vacations was misquoted.

He added the duration of summer vacations has not been reduced, while the committee would continue its deliberations and submit its report to the Senior Minister for Education Pir Mazharul Haq within 15 days.

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City nazim inaugurated technical education institutes
Karachi: The City District Government Karachi has been facing a severe spell of financial deficit and for the first time in its history, the employees did not receive advance salaries and bonus on Eidul Fitr because the CDGK has been receiving retrenched funds from the Sindh government.

City Nazim Mustafa Kamal stated this on Wednesday while inaugurating B-Tech classes for architecture, garment and electronic technology, library at the Polytechnic Institute for Women in Karimabad, Gulberg Town and introduction of postgraduate courses in colleges of Sindh at the Shaheed-e-Millat Government Girls College in Azizabad.

He said the CDGK is facing a shortfall of Rs 350 million, which is severely impeding development plans of the city; however, the CDGK has been completing all development projects to ensure the citizens continue to have better civic, education and health facilities.

The CDGK is keen on promoting education amongst girls; hence, special technical education institutes have also been established, he added.

He named December 16 as 'Women's Day' as two major technical education institutions for girls were inaugurated, which cost the CDGK Rs 200.36 million and they have reached 50 percent completion. The rest of the project would be completed soon as the revenue component for these projects worth Rs 54 million was under the Annual Development Programme, while the Director General Education would be the administrative authority of these institutions, he said.

Responding to a question, he said the CDGK has set forth 38 English model schools in all towns of the city to revolutionise the education sector and provide the deprived people with opportunities to acquire modern education for free.

During inspection of the institutes, Kamal expressed discontent on iron bars raised on windows and directed the engineers to remove them as they gave an image of a prison.

Later, District Officer Works and Services (Education) Saeed Malik explained to this scribe the purpose of covering windows and corridors with iron bars was to secure the building premises, fixtures and furniture from drug addicts, who occupy the school premises in the evening.

It is pertinent to mention here that the Polytechnic Institute for Women already has 550 students and 20 more students in each discipline would be admitted with the commencement of a 4-year B-Tech diploma. Daily times

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