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BSc exams from 6th
Karachi, Dec 03: The controller of examinations, University of Karachi, has announced that the BSc part-I, II and improvement of division examinations will commence on December 6, 2010.

In a statement issued here on Thursday, he said papers would be conducted from 2pm to 5pm on Mondays through Thursdays and from 2:30pm to 5:30pm on Fridays.

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In all, 7,289 candidates (2,333 male and 4,967 female) have submitted forms for part-I and II examinations.

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KU visual studies department students to display their work
Karachi: The graduating class 2010 of the Department of Visual Studies, University of Karachi (KU), will be displaying their work at the department from Dec 4 to 8 from 10am to 4pm. Head of the department Durriya Kazi said that 50 students from Design and Media Arts, Fine Art, Industrial Design and Textile Design will be exhibiting their final projects.

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'Admissions to colleges be completed by December 9'
Karachi: The admissions to first year classes in the government colleges here for the academic session 2010-11 to be completed by Dec 9. Director General of Colleges Prof Dr Nasir Ansar instructed this. He issued a directive to the principals of the government sector colleges in the city to this effect on Thursday. They have also been asked to furnish report in this regard by Dec 11. app

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Culture Day in schools
Karachi: The director of the Sindh education department directorate of registration and inspection of private institutions has urged all private educational institutions to celebrate Sindh Culture Day being observed on Saturday (Dec 4) across the province. A circular, issued to administrators of private educational institutions, has urged them to celebrate the day in a befitting manner. Dawn

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Married pupil back to school
Peshawar: The Peshawar High Court on Thursday ordered a married pupil back to school, saying that tying the knot was no grounds for expulsion despite teachers' fears of gossip.

Ghairat Khan, a seventh grader, was thrown out of an elite English-language school in Peshawar seven months ago because teachers believed marital relations could promote inappropriate playground talk.

"The court reinstated Ghairat Khan and he will rejoin school tomorrow. The board of directors at the school has been ordered to submit an explanation by Dec 15," court official Musaddiq Hussain Gilani said.

Khan, whose school record says he was born in April 1997 but who told AFP he was 18 years old, attended classes at Peshawar Model School with 12 and 13-year-old boys. "I am very happy," Khan told AFP.

"Today we went to court where the director of education and school board members were summoned.

The court asked the director if any government rules barred married students. The reply was in the negative." Defence lawyer, Isa Khan, said the boy had been "made victim".

"Today we won, but I regret the loss of precious school time," Khan said.

Principal Beatrice Jamil said the court order would be respected and that the boy would be welcomed back to the school immediately. afp

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PMC launches MPhil programme
Peshawar: To meet shortage of teachers of basic medical sciences, the Peshawar Medical College (PMC) has launched MPhil programme.

"We are going to produce highly skilled teachers of basic medical sciences through this initiative," Prof Najibul Haq, the PMC principal, told a press conference here on Thursday.

He said that the postgraduate MPhil programme in all basic sciences had been started from December 1, in which about 30 students had been enrolled.

The subjects include Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Histopathology, Microbiology, Chemical Pathology, Haematology, Pharmacology and Forensic Medicine, he said. Dawn

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Rs 4.5bn allocated for rehabilitation of Sindh schools, says Sharmila
Karachi: A sum of Rs 4.5 billion has been allocated for the rehabilitation of schools in the province. Adviser to the Sindh Chief Minister on Information Sharmila Farooqi stated this. She was speaking during a visit to the NJV Primary School on Thursday. A cultural programme was organised at the school in connection with the Sindhi cap and Ajrak Day to be marked on Dec 4. Sharmila said that Sindhi cap and Ajrak is a symbol of cohesion, love and peace. She stated that steps are being taken under the Sindh Educational Reforms Programme with the collaboration of the World Bank and European Union for enhancing education standard and improving the academic environment. The adviser said that the programme includes repairs and renovation of schools, construction of classrooms and provision of basic facilities. She stated that under the schools rehabilitation grant a sum of Rs 4.5 billion has been allocated to the 23 districts in the province in two phases by the Sindh finance department. app

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