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Dec 10 last date for admissions to CEWS, KU
Karachi, Dec 02: The last date for admission to BS Programmes at the Centre of Excellence for Women Studies, University of Karachi, is December 10.

This was announced by the Director of the Centre, Prof. Dr. Nasreen Aslam Shah, on Wednesday.

The Centre is offering three and four years' programmes of BS for the academic year 2011. The news

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BSc Part I & II annual examination from Dec 6
Karachi: The BS Part I and II Annual Examinations 2010 will commence from Dec 6. This was announced by the Controller of Examinations, University of Karachi (KU), on Wednesday. As many as 7,289 candidates will appear in these examinations, it was further stated. The papers will be conducted from 2pm to 5pm except Fridays. On Fridays the timings will be from 2.30pm to 530pm. For male candidates two examination centres have been set up at the KU campus and for the female candidates there will be seven examinations centres in various colleges in the metropolis.

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Enrolment forms for SSC Part I, II:
Karachi: The Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK) has provided an opportunity to regular candidates of Science and General Group to submit their enrolment forms of SSC Part I and II (Class IX and X) Annual Examination 2009, 2010 and 2011. The Secretary of the BSEK said on Wednesday that such candidates could submit their forms with a late fee of Rs 1,850 from Dec 1 to 31. The enrolment forms can be obtained from the Board Office Booth of National Bank, Habib Bank and Askari Commercial Bank. The forms can also be secured from the general store of the Board.

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Private schools to mark Sindh Culture Day
Karachi: The private schools in the province would mark the Sindh Culture Day on Dec 4 in a befitting manner. Central Chairman of All Private Schools Management Association Sindh Syed Khalid Shah announced here on Wednesday. He said the gifts of traditional Sindhi cap and Ajrak would be exchanged and cultural programmes would also be organised on the occasion. app

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BIEK forms body to probe HSC results
Karachi: The Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK) has constituted a committee to look into the affairs of private colleges which showed unsatisfactory results in the Higher Secondary School Certificate (Intermediate) Annual Examinations, to decide whether or not to suspend affiliation of such institutions. A meeting in this regard was held at the BIEK on Wednesday, and was chaired by BIEK chief Anwar Ahmed Zai. The news

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SU schedule for exams
Hyderabad: The controller of examinations (annual) of the University of Sindh announced on Wednesday that annual examinations 2009 for MA, MSc, and M.Com (previous and final) college-side would commence from Dec 21.

M.B. result: The controller also announced results of M.B (Homeopathy) Part-II, Part-III and Part-IV of the annual examination of 2008 conducted by the Sindh Homeopathic Medical College.

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3rd Urdu moot begins today
Karachi: The Third International Urdu Conference, a four-day event to be attended by literary luminaries from every nook and cranny of the Urdu world, will be held at the Arts Council Karachi from Dec 2 to 5.

This was announced by honorary secretary of the Arts Council Ahmed Shah at a press conference here on Wednesday.

He gave an overview of his team's achievements, saying previously the council was deemed a run-of-the-mill institution where no quality events took place to promote culture and art.

Shedding light on the Third International Urdu Conference, he said after successfully organising two such moots, the third one was an equally challenging task because scholars from such countries as India, Egypt, the UK, the US, Canada, Norway, Russia and the whole of Pakistan were taking part in it.

Mr Shah said even distinguished men of letters Farman Fatehpuri and Jamiluddin Aali, who are unwell these days, had expressed their wish to take part in the conference.

He informed the mediamen that this time a session was dedicated to the subject of 'translations', arguing that no language could progress if it didn't have the latest scientific, economic or philosophical theories written in it; and the Urdu language must be analysed in that light.

He said on this important topic Dr Manzoor Ahmed, Dr Qaiser and Dr Pirzada Qasim, among others, would express their views.

Ahmed Shah said the conference would begin with a special session on Mir Taqi Mir as part of the great poet's 200th death anniversary. Another sitting on critical analysis of Mir's poetry would be held the following day.

He said this year Allama Iqbal as the poet of the 21st century would be the focus of attention and Dr Nomanul Haq, Sohail Umar and other noted scholars would express their opinions on him. The session on Iqbal would be finished off with Ustad Hamid Ali Khan and Tahira Syed singing his poems.He said Faiz Ahmed Faiz was not on the list since a Faiz festival would be held next year for which different other programmes were going to be arranged.

Apart from that, Ahmed Shah said, sessions on fiction were also lined up, while a few books, too, would be inaugurated, including a special programme on Shahid Ahmed Dehlvi's Dilli ki bipta.

He said mushairas and performances of known singers Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Hamid Ali Khan, Ghulam Abbas and Tahira Syed were also part of the conference.

Prof Sahar Ansari lauded the efforts of the council's secretary in making the conference possible.

Vice-President of the Arts Council Prof Aijaz Farooqui thanked the mediamen for attending the press conference. Dawn

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