Islamic History results declared
Karachi: The Controller of Examination University of Karachi (KU) declared the result of MA (Final) Islamic History (External) Annual Examination-2009. According to the result, 204 candidates were registered and of them 197 appeared in the examination, while 65 candidates passed it. Meanwhile, KU Registrar announced that the enrolment fee of BL and LLM will now be Rs1,500 instead of Rs1,000, which could be submitted till January 31. The late fee of Rs750 will be charged instead of Rs500 till February 7.
New academic session at KU begins today
Karachi: Registrar University of Karachi (KU) Prof Kaleem Raza Khan directed the new students that they should bring their admission slips along with them on January 15 (today) or they will not be allowed to enter the university campus. The new academic session at KU commences today after the winter vacations.
KU Student Adviser Prof Dr Ansar Rizwi announced that University of Karachi buses will drop the students at the Silver Jubilee and Maskan Gates and after showing their admission slips at the security check posts, the students will be allowed entry to their relevant departments through University of Karachi shuttle service.
The student advisor announced that the shuttle bus service will run at 10 am for morning programme students, while for evening programme the shuttle service will resume from 2 to 4 pm.
The University of Karachi would also organize orientation session for the new students in all departments, he added. The news
Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Law College to be established in Lyari'
Karachi: Barrister Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Law College is being established in the jurisdiction of Lyari Town. Administrator Lyari Town Muhammad Raisi stated this. He said that this facility is being created keeping in view a better future for the youngsters of Lyari. Raisi on Friday visited the site of Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Law College. He also directed that the construction of the building should be completed at the earliest in accordance with the schedule so that the youngsters of Lyari as well as other towns should acquire law education here. app
GCU celebrates Year of Chemistry
Lahore: The Government College University (GCU) on Friday kicked off celebrations for the International Year of Chemistry (IYC) with a research exhibition on the theme of "Chemistry-Our Life, Our Future".
The exhibition, displaying more than 86 researches and case studies of international standards on various topics including "Oxidative stress studies on indigenous medicinal planets especially Wild Olives", "Stop Smoking: Cigarettes Reduces eight Minutes of Your Life", "Bio-diesel Production from Waste", "Crime Scene Studies", "Pharmaceutical Drug Development Using Natural Products" and "Anti-Microbial Actives of Constituents of Black Pepper," was opened by GCU Vice Chancellor (VC) Prof Khalid Aftab.
Research of MS Forensic Chemistry student Shumila Younis Mughal titled "Forensic Case Study on Benzair Bhutto's assassination in context of the United Nations Commission" remained in limelight at the exhibition. In her research, she has shown her concern about the lesser collection of evidences from the crime scene.
The researches also showed their intent of selling their research to the local pharmaceutical industry for the use of local herbs/natural products in the preparation of new formulations. The news