Karachi University BSc (Pass) annual exam result

KU declares BSc result
Karachi, July 10, 2008: The University of Karachi on Wednesday announced the result of BSc (Pass) annual examinations 2007.

Anum Abdur Rasheed of the BAMM PECHS Government College for Women secured first position while Fatima Aslam and Sara Rafique of the DHA Degree College clinched second and third positions, respectively.

A total of 4,092 candidates appeared in the examinations and the pass percentage stood at 40.8. App

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Call for Sindh University VC's removal
Hyderabad: The Employees Action Committee of the Sindh Agriculture University of Tandojam on Wednesday appealed to the governor and the chief minister to save the university by ridding it the unbearable of retired professors and officers, including the vice-chancellor.

The committee leaders said at a news conference at the press club here that the vice-chancellor who was working on extension after having been retired in 2004, had appointed 17 retired professors and officers including pro vice-chancellor, director finance, budget officer, principal of Z.A. Bhutto Agriculture College Dokri and many others.

They charged that three sons, a daughter and a niece of the vice-chancellor were also employed by the university in addition to his other relatives.

They accused the retired officers of destroying the only agriculture university of the province and appealed to higher authorities to remove them for the sake of the university. Dawn

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KU and NED fight over 34 feet
Karachi: A war of words is raging between the University of Karachi (KU) and the NED University of Engineering and Technology (NED) over a 34-foot-long road running from the Institute of Business Administration hostel to Abul Hasan Isphahani Road.

NED, which is located on land owned by the University of Karachi, requested for the strip of land to allow for more passages in and out of the university to cope with its rising number of students. NED students currently use their own main gate, but are sometimes forced to use the Bhayani Heights Gate (a.k.a Maskan Gate) if the former proves to be too crowded. The Maskan Gate marks the end of the 34-foot strip.

The Chancellor Secretariat (also Governor Secretariat) directed KU to hand over the road to NED. KU agreed to give up 25 feet. Registrar KU Professor Rais Alvi justified the figure by saying that if NED cordoned off the entire 34 feet, it would leave KU with very little room for further development work.

Registrar NED Javed Aziz Khan termed the proposal "absurd".

"The orders from the Chancellor's Secretariat are quite clear - that the complete road be transferred to NED," he said in a letter to Prof Alvi, adding: "Only 29 feet 6 inches are now being taken to accommodate your request." The letter warned that KU would face the consequences if went against the orders of the Chancellor Secretariat.

In response, Professor Alvi asked Mr Khan to withdraw the letter as it contained "abusive language unworthy of an academic institute" and wrote, "Abstain from sending your people to start work on the KU land."

Professor Alvi also expressed his surprise at what he terms the "disgusting" behaviour of the NED officials.

"We are, in a sense, the parent university of NED. We gave them land. Their students use our point buses, our entry gates, but their officials seem to be dictating terms to us," he said.

The NED occupation of KU land is a cause for resentment for many at KU. A professor at KU, who wished to remain anonymous, referred to NED as a "land mafia".

"They (NED) are already on our land. They have occupied the land of DJ Science College. Now they want more. It is pathetic."

Registrar NED Mr Khan sees things differently.

"We need the land," he maintained. "The Chancellor has ordered it. What is the hitch now?" The News

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