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BIEK class-XI pre-engineering results 2010

Class-XI pre-engineering results announced
Karachi, Dec 30: The Board of Intermediate Education (BIEK) on Tuesday announced the results of the Higher Secondary School, part-I (Class XI), Science (pre-engineering and general) group annual examinations-2010.

Like the recently declared Class-XI pre-medical results, girls maintained their superiority over boys by securing much better pass percentage in the pre-engineering and general groups' examinations.

The percentage of girls who cleared all six papers in the pre-engineering group stood at 51.58 as against 38.22 attained by boys. Similarly, in the general group results, the overall pass percentage of girls having passed all six papers was 34.82 as compared to boys' 18.69.

The statistics issued by the BIEK show that a total of 22,511 candidates (16,679 boys and 5,832 girls) appeared in the pre-engineering examination and 9,352 of them (6,349 boys and 3,003 girls) cleared all six papers while 3,221 candidates (2,417 boys and 804 girls) passed five papers; 3,037 candidates (2,372 boys and 665 girls) cleared four papers; 3,601 candidates (2,712 boys and 889 girls) cleared three papers; 1,950 candidates (1,610 boys and 340 girls) cleared two papers; and 1,083 candidates (977 boys and 106 girls) could clear only one paper.

In the general group, in all 1,496 candidates (799 boys and 697 girls) appeared in the examination and 390 of them (148 boys and 242 girls) were declared pass in all six papers. Among others, 321 candidates (131 boys and 190 girls) cleared five papers; 391 candidates (202 boys and 189 girls) passed four papers; 172 candidates (123 boys and 49 girls) cleared three papers; 116 candidates (99 boys and 17 girls) cleared two papers; and 80 candidates (73 boys and seven girls) could clear just one paper.

Meanwhile, the BIEK has announced that the marks-sheets will be issued to their respective institutions within the next two weeks.

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Degrees conferred on 484 IBA graduates
Karachi: A total of 326 male and 158 female fresh graduates of the Institute of Business Administration, wearing traditional gowns and hoods, received degrees at a convocation held on the IBA's main campus in Karachi University on Tuesday.

Those awarded degrees by IBA dean and director Dr Ishrat Husain included 213 BBA graduates, 254 MBA graduates and 17 of the BS programme. Students with excellent academic records were presented with gold medals by the Sindh High Court's Justice Munib Akhtar, who is also the chairman of the IBA board of governors. Sindh governor Dr Ishratul Ibad, who was to be the chief guest at the convocation, could not attend the event.

The ceremony was attended among others by Karachi University vice-chancellor Dr Pirzada Qasim Raza Siddiqui and IBA faculty members, patrons, parents of the graduating students and a number of eminent personalities from the academia and the corporate and public sectors.

Kanza Shahnawaz bagged a gold medal for being the overall best student of the graduate programme. Maimoona Tariq clinched gold in the category of the overall best student of the undergraduate programme. The MBA Tax Management Programme's gold medal was awarded to M. Ali Asad Khan. The 'Overall Marketing' gold was presented to Madeeha Saeed Sheikh, and the 'Overall Finance' gold went to Mahrukh Shakil.

Taimoor Zubair and Shoaib Masood jointly won a gold medal for the best BS/MIS project. The Community Welfare Society won a gold medal for the best student society of the year.

Felicitating the graduates, Justice Muneeb Akhtar reminded them that studying at the IBA was a privilege and now they were expected to serve both society and the country. He praised IBA director Dr Ishrat Husain for the progress the IBA has made under his leadership.

"Indeed the last two years have witnessed phenomenal developments and that everything is being executed in a much planned manner," he said, adding that the new auditorium building, the illustrious faculty and the recent collaborations with foreign institution were all manifestations of the progress made at the IBA.

In his welcome address, IBA dean and director Dr Ishrat Husain said that modern technology was a prerequisite in today's education and in the last one year the IBA had brought in 500 modern personal computers and had also set up high-speed internet connectivity to help students in their research work.

Talking about improvement in the physical infrastructure, he said that new academic blocks on both campuses had been renovated and equipped with modern facilities.

The completion of the main-purpose building and auditorium on the main campus, the new cafeteria and students lounge on the city campus were other achievements, he said. He announced the introduction of the Dean's List at the IBA, a practice prevalent in leading universities around the world.

Stressing the importance of critical thinking and intelligence in problem solving, he told the IBA graduates that the learning process should never cease.

Dr Husain said he hoped that the new graduates would exhibit integrity, truthfulness, merit, discipline and humility in their practical life and commitment to these values would make them successful in the long run.

He also talked about e-learning facilities and the systems introduced at the IBA to make academic processes and services more efficient.

He praised the IBA faculty and stressed their involvement in academic and research endeavours at the national and international levels.

At the outset, Dr Husain paid homage to the founder dean and director of the IBA, Dr I. A. Mukhtar, who passed away last week.

"Dr Mukhtar would always be remembered for his dynamic leadership and professional values that turned IBA into a prestigious institution," he said.

He also paid tribute to the families of the three IBA students - Muhammad Umer Khan, Owais Bin Laiq and Syed Ali Mujtaba who died in different tragic events during the year.

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Injured scientist being forced to leave France
Karachi: A woman scientist of the University of Karachi, who was seriously injured in an accident during her educational trip to Paris, faces risk of getting paralysed because she is being forced to leave France in the middle of treatment although she has a health insurance cover.

Dr Sumaira Hareem is in France on a scholarship from the Karachi University's International Centre for Chemical and Biological Sciences (ICCBS).

According to family sources, she was critically injured when the elevator of a hotel in Paris came hurtling down from the fifth floor to the ground. She was staying in the hotel on her way back to Pakistan after completing her assignment.

They said she had undergone two major surgeries and doctors said she needed treatment for a year. But EGIDE, the French organisation managing her visit, is planning to send her back in a few days.

"She is fully insured by EGIDE and is entitled to adequate financial compensation. We are a poor family and if she is returned without the required treatment she may be maimed for life," said Fayyaz Ahmed, a brother of Dr Hareem.

He said he wanted to go to Paris to visit his sister, but his visa request was turned down by the French embassy. "I have written a letter to the French ambassador requesting my sister's complete medical treatment in Paris."

Dr Mohammad Iqbal Chaudhry, head of the HEJ Research Institute of Chemistry and ICCBS, said he and other faculty members were concerned about the health of Dr Hareem.

"She is a bright student with a wonderful future ahead of her," he said in a statement. "She got medical insurance and it would be inappropriate if she is returned to the country. She is bed-ridden and needs proper rehabilitation."

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KU selection board forced to stop work
Karachi: A selection board set to hold interviews of five candidates short-listed out of over 100 for the post of a lecturer at the University of Karachi on Tuesday had to put off its proceedings abruptly when a group of students in stormed the meeting room, subjected the staff to threats and forcibly stopped the entire process.

The intruders also misbehaved with the campus security adviser.

According to sources, more than 100 candidates had appeared before the selection board for a test in the morning and five of them had been short-listed. When the board was about to hold interviews of the candidates, a group of activists forcibly broke into the room, harassed the staff and forced the board to stop further recruitment process.

The sources said that an ad hoc teacher backed by the group was among the candidates but could not qualify for an interview.

They said that the activists also forced KU staff to close all administrative offices. No KU official was available for comments.

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Tent schools proposed for flood-affected children
Hyderabad: Writers, politicians and leaders of civil society have demanded that tent schools should be established in the flood-affected areas on emergency basis and students should be given books.

Addressing a workshop on "Post-flood Education in Sindh and Citizens' Concern", they said unprecedented floods in the province had destroyed education infrastructure and demanded its restoration. The event was by We Journalists, Strengthening Participatory Organisation, Institute of Social Movement and the UNDP at the local press club.

They demanded that attendance of teachers in schools should be ensured and classes should be held in shifts to compensate loss of students. They said that education of children in relief camps should be resumed.

Advocate-General of Sindh Mohammad Yousuf Laghari said that the recent floods had destroyed homes, crops, sources of livelihood and thousands of schools leaving thousands of students deprived of education.

He said the government was doing everything possible to reopen the schools but added that this could not be done without the help of civil society organisations.

He said that a lot of money was required to rehabilitate and rebuild the schools and appealed to social welfare organisations to give a helping hand in this regard.

MQM MNA Salahuddin said that the role of feudal lords in devastation caused by floods could not be ruled out. He alleged that feudal elements had inundated different areas to save their own land, rendering a lot of people homeless.

He said the education sector had also been destroyed due to floods, the sector had only two per cent of the budget.

He said it was not the duty of government alone, but of all the people to restore the destroyed educational system, but also to rehabilitate flood-affected-people.

Writer Hameed Sindhi said that although the situation in the education sector had not been satisfactory even before the floods, but it had now been destroyed after the floods.

He said thousands of school buildings had collapsed due the floods and stressed the need for joint efforts to restore the educational system.

Intellectual Inam Shaikh said that out of more than 500,000 government servants in Sindh, 250,000 were associated with education, but education officers had contributed very little to the promotion of the education system.

The chairman of We Journalists, Jaffar Memon, said that the authorities concerned had failed to resume educational activities in the flood-hit areas. He said that all efforts should be made to save the precious year of students. Dawn

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Jacobabad to have IT university: PM

Sukkur: Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani has announced establishing a university of Information Technology in Jacobabad district.

Addressing a big public meeting in connection with the 44th founding day ceremony of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) here on Tuesday, he said that government wants to promote Information Technology in the country.

"The University in Jacobabad district will not only benefit the people of Balochistan but the people of Sindh as well because the district lies on the edge of both the provinces," the prime minister said. The news

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