FUUAST announces date for BA, Bcom exams
Karachi, Jan 19: Federal Urdu University of Arts Science and Technology (FUUAST) announced the annual examinations date of BA and BCom (private), here on Wednesday. According to the announcement, the examinations will commence from Feb 6. However, the examination date of MA (private) will be announced later. Daily times
BCom exams from 21st
Karachi: The annual examinations-2011 of BCom (part-I and part-II) for the external candidates will commence on Jan 21 under the aegis of Karachi University.
According to a KU spokesperson, the timings of all the papers will be from 2pm to 5pm, except for Fridays when the exams will be conducted between 2.30pm and 4.30pm.
HSC practical exams
The Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK) announced on Wednesday that the practical exams – 2011 of the Higher Secondary School Certificate (supplementary) of candidates belonging to science (pre-medical, pre-engineering and science general) group would begin on Jan 25.
The candidates have been advised to collect the schedule of their practical exams before Jan 25 from their respective centres set up at Govt College for Men Nazimabad and Sir Syed Govt Girls College Nazimabad.
No classes in SU for 16 days
Hyderabad: Neither the Sindh governor nor the provincial minister for education and not even other functionaries below them have taken any notice of suspension of classes in the University of Sindh for the past 16 days.
The university teachers stopped taking classes in protest against the murder of Prof Bashir Ahmed Channar, director of students' affairs, who was gunned down on Jan 2 in broad daylight when he left office in his car for home.
He was attacked by gunmen at the Allama LL Kazi roundabout.
The protest entered the 16th consecutive day on Wednesday without success in drawing attention of the government. They demand removal of Vice-Chancellor Dr Nazir Mughal.
Naimatullah, president of the Sindh chapter of the Federation of All Pakistan Universities Academic Staff Association, said that a request had been sent to Sindh Governor Dr Ishratul Ibad, who was chancellor of public universities of the province, to meet teachers to discuss affairs of the university.
Sindh University Teachers Association president Dr Azhar Shah said that it was strange the chancellor was not taking notice of the suspension of classes for the past 16 days.
Dr Shah said that teachers of Sindh University and universities of Karachi would hold a sit-in at a city hotel where an international conference on peace was being organised by the Sindh University on Friday. Dawn
Removal of Gomal University VC demanded
Dera Ismail Khan: The Muttahida Talaba Mahaz on Wednesday alleged that vice-chancellor of the Gomal University was not capable of running the institution and asked the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa governor to remove him from the post forthwith.
Speaking at a press conference, student leaders including Sherullah Wazir, Naeemullah Anjum, Arshad Akbari, Ashfaq Munir and others asked the governor to remove the vice-chancellor and director finance within three days or else they would take to the streets.
The student leaders belonging to the Tribal Students Federation, Islami Jamiat Talaba, Insaf Students Federation and Pakhtun Students Federation said the university administration wasn't interested in solving the problems faced by the students.
They said they had not completed their course but date for the examinations had been fixed. The Telecom Department, they said, had not been recognised but students had been given admission there on self-finance basis. The fee for admission and detailed marks certificate had also been increased manifold, they complained.
AWKU exams schedule
Peshawar: The Abdul Wali Khan University, Mardan on Tuesday announced form admission schedule for the annul 2012 BA/BSc and B.Com Part-1 & II (regular and private) examination.
A notification said the candidates applying for the 2012 annual university graduation examination could submit admission forms along with the normal fee till February 28.
The admission fee for the regular BA, BSc and B.Com Part-1 & II examination including fee of the detailed marks certificate (DMC) is Rs1,430 while for private candidates appearing in BA Part-I it is Rs3,410 including Rs330 fee for the DMC and Rs660 for the registration. However, the BA Part-II candidates are excluded from re-depositing the registration fee as they have to pay Rs2,750 as admission fee.
The candidates appearing in one paper would be required to deposit Rs330 and those taking two papers would deposit Rs440, the notification said. The news