Hyderabad HSC Commerce Part-I, II result announced

HSC Commerce Part-I, II result out
Hyderabad, July 25, 2008: The Hyderabad Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education on Thursday announced result of annual examinations 2008 of Higher Secondary Certificate Part-I and II Commerce Group.

According to the announcement, Sajid, son of Rafique Shaikh, of Crown College of Commerce Nawabshah, Rahim of Government Sachal Sarmast College Hyderabad and Taj Mohammad, son of Mohammad Rahim Jamali of Sarwari Islamia Government Degree College Hala secured first, second and third positions, respectively, among boys in Part-II examinations.

Among girls, Sehrish Naz, daughter of Mohammad Iqbal Shaikh of Government Girls College Nawabshah, Yasra Akhund, daughter of Fayaz Ahmed Akhund and Rabia, daughter of Nisar Ahmed Memon, both students of Government Girls College Hyderabad secured first, second and third positions, respectively, in Part-II examinations.

A total of 1,082 candidates including 205 girls appeared in Part-II examinations but no candidate could secure A-I grade. Three had been declared pass with A-Grade marks, 135 candidates cleared their papers with B-grade, 454 succeeded in securing C-grade, 248 obtained D-grade while one passed with D-grade, said the announcement.

In Part-I examinations, 1,285 candidates appeared.

Of them 675 candidates cleared all six papers, 258 passed five papers, 117 candidates were eclared pass in four papers, 48 candidates succeeded in clearing three papers, 25 passed two papers while nine could pass only one paper. App

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Inquiry into KU examination affairs urged
Karachi: Sindh Professors & Lecturers' Association (SPLA) has urged the Sindh Governor, Chief Minister and Provincial Education Minister, to initiate inquiry into the examination affairs of the University of Karachi (KU) to protect the credibility of the varsity.

The Additional Secretary of the SPLA, Iftikhar Muhammad Aazmi said that his association had disassociated itself from any vigilance team of the KU in protest against the nepotism of the Controller of Examinations and hence the vigilance had turned into a joke.

Aazmi explained that the idea of vigilance teams was advanced by the SPLA and it did participate in the process of vigilance during examinations but left it when the process became a tool of KU officials to make money. "We pointed out the irregularities in the examination department but the retired officials, especially Registrar Prof. Rais Alvi and the Controller of Examinations Maqsood Hussain ignored the warning to continue their jobs in the university," he elaborated.

Aazmi criticised the formation of the KU Scrutiny Committee that comprises of retired teachers of the intermediate colleges. They were not entitled to be taken in the committee and SPLA had objected to it. "The committees are not being formed on the basis of merit. All the evil in the examination department and delay in the results are due to these incompetent people," Aazmi alleged.

Alvi denied that he had anything to do with the examination process. "The examinations are the domain of the Pro Vice Chancellor and the Controller of Examinations," he commented. The Controller of Examinations was unavailable for comment. The News

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Successful candidates in IBA-conducted test call for teaching jobs
Hyderabad: The candidates from Hyderabad rural taluka, who have passed the IBA-conducted test for teachers' posts, have demanded jobs for them.

They threatened to go on hunger strike unto death and burn their degrees if their demand was not met.

Speaking at a news conference here on Thursday, Attaullah Shah, Ayaz Ali Dal and other leaders of the candidates' alliance said that the condition of 60 per cent marks was imposed after they had been declared pass in the IBA test by obtaining 40 per cent marks for the posts of teachers.

They said that they were trained teachers with various teaching degrees. Injustice had been done to the candidates of rural areas who passed the test, they said.

They argued that youths of rural areas were not provided the same educational facilities which were available to students of urban areas and they could not afford to seek education in the big cities.

It was an irony, they said, that even the principle of rural-urban quota had been forgotten and added that the posts for which advertisement was issued was meant for rural schools.

They said if people from urban areas were appointed in rural areas they would seldom attend classes and would receive salaries at their homes.

The people of rural areas had been disappointed with the condition of 60 per cent passing marks, they said.

They said the present government had come into power due to the votes of rural population which was now being ignored.

They said 49 candidates had cleared the IBA test with 40pc marks from the rural taluka of Hyderabad but only four had received job offer letters.

They said that there were 40,000 vacancies of teachers throughout Sindh but only 7,200 job offer letters were issued to those candidates who had obtained 60 per cent marks. Dawn

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Annual exams of religious seminaries start
Karachi: The annual examinations of various religious seminaries of Karachi started on Thursday and will continue till July 31. More than 27, 000 female and male students will be appearing in the examinations, ranging from Dar-ul-Tarbiyat (Montessori) to Takhsis Fi Al-Fiqah Al-Islami (PhD in Islamic Shariah).

Around 375 examination centers have been established for the conduction of the exams, with more than 450 invigilators. The controller examinations of Jamia Binoria Al-Almia (JBA) SITE Town, Maulana Abdul Hameed, said on Thursday that more than 1,700 national and international, female and male, students were going to appear in the exams for Hifz-e-Quran, Dars-e-Nizami (masters), Takhsis Fi Al-Fiqah Al-Islami (PhD in Islamic Shariah) and Darul Tarbiyat (Montessori) from the non-madrassa board.

"The exams of Wafaqul Madaris Al-Arabia Pakistan will be held from August 2 to August 7, in which more than 1,800 students of different grades will appear," informed Hameed.

According to the controller of examinations for Jamiat Al-Madaris Al-Arabia (JMA), Maulana Muhbillah, exams for Noorani Qaeda Kamil Ba Tajweed (first grade) and Dar-ul-Tarbiyat (Montessori), which started today, will continue for one week. He added that more than 5,000 students from more than 100 Madaris of Karachi will appear in the exams and 75 invigilators have been appointed. Daily Times

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