Karachi University MA registration, practical exams
MA registration date extended
Karachi, Jan 12: The University of Karachi has extended the date for
submission of registration forms and fee of MA/double MA and improvement of
division exams-2007 till January 31.
The registration forms are available
for Rs25 at bank counters, KU's Silver Jubilee Gate, till Jan 31. The original
registration fee is Rs1,800 and the fee for change of subject is
Meanwhile, the university has called a meeting of principals of
all affiliated degree colleges (except those of medical, law, education and home
economics) on Jan 14 at 11am to consider BA, BSc and BCom admissions in these
KU Registrar Prof Muhammad Rais Alvi has requested all the
principals to attend the meeting to be held in arts auditorium of the
Karachi University announces schedule of practical exams
Karachi: The University of Karachi has announced the schedule of
BA (Pass) second year's library science practical-II
According to the schedule notified by the university's
examination department, the practical exams at Abdullah Government Girls College
will be conducted on Jan 21 during the second shift and at DA Degree College for
Women on Jan 26 during the first shift. Similarly, practical exams part-II of
second year library science at Government Girls College Block-M, North
Nazimabad, will be held on Jan 24 during the second shift; at Government Girls
College, Saudabad, on Jan 19 and Jan 20 during the third shift; Sir Syed
Government Girls College on Jan 22 during the second shift; and St. Lawrence
Government Girls College on Jan 27 during the first shift.
University of Karachi announced the date for submission of admission fee for
Chairman of Statistics Department Dr Syed
Afrozuddin Ahmed said that the admission fee would be accepted till Jan 15. Ppi
"salam mujhe b.a finnal ki date sheet pata karni hai,plz date bata den"
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Book fair at NED varsity
Karachi: A fair of books at the NED University of Engineering and
Technology will begin from Jan 12. Twenty-eight prominent book sellers and
publishers will participate in the three-day fair. Textbooks, reference material
and other publications will be available at a discount price of 15 to 20 per
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'Not enough being done to save Islamia College'
Karachi: Authorities concerned are not doing enough to save the Islamia
College Complex building, despite efforts on the part of the trustees, said
Islamia Education Trust (IET) General Secretary Syed Kamran
"Despite instructions from President Asif Ali Zardari, no
response was received from the Sindh chief secretary. The Advocate General (AG)
Sindh office has also disappointed us, while the position of Afroze Shah and her
partners is getting stronger," he alleged.
The sequence of events taking
place as well as the weak response from the Governor House and the Sindh
government may result in the loss of the building, thus depriving more than
20,000 students of education, it is feared. Hussain said that their
position has been weakened by a particular group of people who were supporting
Shah who claims to be an IET trustee.
"Shah is hatching a conspiracy to
undo our efforts for saving the building from being taken away from the
students," he said. "The AG Sindh has favoured Afroze Shah by granting her the
permission to file a civil suit against us. The AG Sindh office refused to grant
us permission to file a civil suit against Shah. This suit could have helped
resolve the matter."
Hussain further said that despite being instructed
by President Zardari, the provincial chief secretary was making no efforts to
resolve the matter. He said that the IET was the owner of the Government Islamia
College Complex Building.
The IET has no objection if the Sindh
government takes over the building, as long as the Sindh government pays dues to
the IET, Hussain said, adding that the money would be distributed among
deserving students for scholarships and other welfare projects.
he had met the Sindh governor on October 29 last year along with IET founder
trustee Mumtaz Muzakkir. He maintained that they were willing to help the Sindh
government in saving the educational institutions situated within the building.
The Sindh education minister was supposed to meet the heads of institutions
situated in the building but he recently backed off, Hussain said, adding that
the Governor House has also not responded as per the expectations.
had to file a civil suit under Section 92 of the CrPC for which permission has
to be granted by the AG Sindh to members of our trust. We had applied for the
required permission several times but every time it was turned down by the AG,"
Hussain expressed concern over the AG's role, and said that the
AG first refused to grant them permission in June 2008, then in August and again
in October 2008, while he had granted permission on January 23, 2008, to Afroze
Shah and others from her group even after they filed a civil suit (107 of 2008)
in the Sindh High Court on January 10, 2008.
Hussain stressed that the
building in question could not be saved unless a civil suit was filed for the
removal of Afroze Shah and others from the IET. "The ill designs of Afroze Shah
and her group could only be countered if they are judicially removed from the
IET," he said. He also alleged that the current Official Assignee of Karachi has
been in cahoots with Shah and her group. The News
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