HSC Part II Supplementary Examination Hyderabad results announced
Hyderabad, Jan 23: The Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education Hyderabad on Thursday announced the results of HSC Part-II (Home Economics/Commerce & Humanities groups) Supplementary Examination 2008.
Three candidates were enrolled and appeared in Home Economics group out of which one candidate passed in "B" Grade and two passed in "C" Grade. Similarly, 209 candidates were enrolled in the Commerce group out of which 20 passed in "C" Grade, while 83 candidates passed "D" Grade and 5 passed in "E" Grade.
The result of only one candidate was withheld. In Humanities group, a total of 972 candidates were registered out of which 729 candidates appeared in the examination. A total of 542 candidates passed their examination out of which 17 passed in "B" Grade, 286 in "C" Grade, 230 in "D" Grade and 9 in "E" Grade.
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Karachi University MS/PhD classes schedule. Regular faculty not required to submit NOC for study leave
Karachi: A meeting for M.S./PhD. and M.S. (Surgery)/M.D. (Medicine) admission committee was held recently which decided that regular Teaching Faculty members who are enrolled in M.S. Ph.D. Programme in their parent department are not required to submit No Objection Certificate (NOC) and application for a two-year study leave. However, their teaching responsibilities might be readjusted to allow them the work for their research.
The university, after much ado and disarray in its decisions, has decided to begin the session for the PhD scholars. The fees for these courses can be submitted from January 22 to January 28. Orientation class will be held on February 2, while classes will commence on February 3.
Each department will draw its own time table for the M.S. classes and the Dean of each faculty will announce the time-table for compulsory and other special courses. All classes of M.S./PhD will be held from 10.00 am to 3.30 pm.
The university has also decided that regular faculty member holding M. Phil and PhD degrees will be appointed as Supervisor of M.S/PhD candidates. Retired PhD teachers of the university may serve as co-supervisors if and when needed. Teachers with M.S. PhD qualifications working in institution other than KU may also be taken as co-supervisors if their services are required. Faculty members of other educational institutions in other cities of Pakistan are not entitled to serve as supervisors.Your Comments
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Dow Medical College Interviews for house job on 29th
Karachi: The interviews of graduates of Dow Medical College (DMC), annual batch 2008-9 for 2nd house job (six months) at Civil Hospital Karachi (CHK) and Lyari General Hospital will be held on January 29 at 10.00 am., said Prof. M. Saeed Quraishy, CHK medical superintendent. Quraishy said that the interviews will be conducted in Arag Auditorium, DMC Karachi. The News
SMC fund misused or unused: survey
Dadu: The School Management Committee fund advanced by the Asian Development Bank for purchasing furniture and carrying out repair of schools has either been misused or unused in the district since 2005 to 2008, according to a survey report.
The survey carried out by Johi Organisation for Rural Development and Natural Disaster in January, an NGO, disclosed that 300 primary schools out of 2,134 were non-functional and 50,000 children were out of schools in the district.
The report said that majority of school teachers evade their duties after paying bribe to educational officers and majority of SMC teachers were appointed illegally under the pretext of opening closed schools on the recommendation of political persons.
About 100 primary girls' and boys' schools were non-functional in Kachho belt and 200 in Dadu, Mehar and Kahirpur Nathan Shah talukas of district and some 50,000 children were out of schools due to poverty and other reasons, the report said.
The bathrooms in 90 per cent schools remained filthy and unhygienic. In the remote areas of Kachho, feudal lords were using school buildings as their Autaqs and store rooms for keeping chaff and hay and round 20 per cent boys of 7 to 15 years of age were found engaged in child labour, the report said.
Khadim Hussain Soomro, coordinator of the survey, said that private schools' fees were relatively high in the district and claimed that 70 per cent people lived below poverty line in Johi taluka because they had no source of income.
EDO of education Sajan Mallah said that he found 200 teachers absent when he paid surprise visits to girls and boys primary schools in the district. The salaries were stopped and warning letters issued to the teachers who were not attending to duties at concerned schools, he said.
He said that 50 school buildings had been constructed in sparsely populated areas of Kachho and two primary schools in Chandio village near Sita Road town were non-functional because of a running tribal war between two groups of Chandios. Dawn
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