University of Sindh announced BA Part-I result

BA Part-I result out
Hyderabad, July 29, 2008: The University of Sindh on Monday announced result of annual examination 2007 for B.A. Pass Part-I, in which 5,493 of 7,943 candidates passed all subjects.

The university's examination department had withheld result of 325 candidates under various objections raised by the conduct and secret branches of the university. The percentage of successful candidates remained 69.16, said a notification.

Classes start:
Classes for the second semester of 2008 academic session in all the institutes and departments of the University of Sindh commenced on Monday.

Parallel body:
The founding members of All Sindh Education Department Lower Staff Association have formed a parallel association by the name of "Hyder group" to break the monopoly of perennial president of the association who is stuck to the post since 1992.

Speaking at a news conference at the press club here on Monday, Abdul Jabbar Pirzado, Mohammad Ismail Jatoi, Zubair Ahmed Rind, Ghulam Rasool Soomro and others said that President Darya Khan Jamali considered the association as his personal fief and always took unilateral decisions in the name of association and in violation of the decisions of central council of the association.

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Jamia Binoria denies detaining American student
Karachi: The administration of a Karachi-based madressah has denied holding an American citizen at the seminary against her will and has claimed that she is free to leave the facility whenever she wants.

Reports in the media had recently surfaced in which an obscure American organization called the South Asian Foundation for Education and Reform (Safer) had sought the 'release' of Muna Abanur Mahamed, an American citizen of Somali origin currently studying at the Jamia Binoria al-Alamiyah, or Binoria University International, located in the city's dusty industrial area of Site.

"High-level American diplomats have visited our institute and are satisfied. The student in question overstayed her visa by eight days. We had applied for the renewal about two months in advance, but the authorities concerned used delaying tactics. Hence, due to her overstaying, she was blacklisted, as if she was a criminal. As long as her visa is not extended, how can she leave Pakistan?" Mufti Mohammad Naeem, the administrator of the Jamia, said. Ms Mahamed, the student at the centre of the storm, is a 20-year-old Somali American from the state of New York, doing an aalima course, the duration of which is six years, at the seminary.

Mufti Naeem said the first-year student at the seminary has just finished sitting her annual exams and will leave for the United States in the first week of August, as her parents have already sent her ticket.

Repeated requests to meet the student to get her version of the events were turned down by the madressah administration as they claimed she was in a "highly disturbed state after the episode and in no condition to talk to the media."

According to another seminary official, a total of eight students have been blacklisted for overstaying their visa five boys and three girls. He said this was the first time any students of the Jamia had been blacklisted. He added that after a person has been blacklisted, they are barred from travel out of their home country for at least four to five years.

The press reports had also stated that Pakistan's ministry of foreign affairs had last month ordered the seminary administration to "return Muna and two other non-Pakistani students to their countries."

When contacted, Foreign Office spokesperson Mohammad Sadiq said: "I have seen reports in the press regarding this girl but I am not sure the Foreign Office has anything to do with the whole affair."

When Mufti Naeem was asked about the exact number of foreign students studying at the Jamia, he shied away from giving details of foreign students as he didn't want to be "harassed" by the powers that be.

However, when this reporter entered the Jamia, it was obvious that a fair number of foreigners still came to the institute for a religious education, as students with various racial features milled about the campus, most wearing skull caps, others with flowing robes and turbans. A Jamia press release given states that students from 29 nations including the United States of America study at the institute.

Mufti Naeem also denied that two students named in media reports Noor and Mahboob Khan from Atlanta were ill treated at the madressah. "They want to return to the Jamia to continue their studies. Why would they want to come back if they were mistreated? However, certain quarters are claiming they were brainwashed and that is why they want to come back. That's preposterous."When a source at the American Embassy in Islamabad was contacted for comments about Ms Mahamed, he said "We cannot comment on (the affairs of) any US citizen. It is a matter of privacy as per US law. Unless the person concerned gives us a waiver, we cannot say anything."

'Double standards'
However, Mufti Naeem was livid about what he termed "double standards" of certain elements in the Western media, as well as the Pakistani authorities.

"This is playing with the reputation of our institute. There are two standards for educational institutes in this country: one for mainstream institutes, and another for religious centres of learning. The corruption of foreign students in mainstream educational institutes in Pakistan is ignored, but people immediately leap onto a madressah for alleged wrongdoing.

"We are an educational institute, not a jihadi outfit. Declaring Jihad is the duty of the government of Pakistan. We don't recognize these so-called mujahids, neither do we identify with the terrorists," the Jamia Binoria administrator said. He added that the NGO, Safer, had never contacted the seminary.

Another Jamia official, wishing not to be named, said certain elements within the government were bent upon tarnishing the images of madressahs. "These people are more loyal than the king. It's not the Americans as much the local authorities who are creating hurdles for us." Dawn

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Class-X mark sheets to be available from Aug 1
Karachi: The marks sheets pertaining to Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Part-II (class X) annual examination-2008, General Group (Regular) will be ready for collection from August 1, said a press release from the Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK) on Monday.

It further said that the marks sheets can be collected from August 1 to August 5 according to the following schedule: Schools in New Karachi, North Nazimabad, Gulberg and Liaquatabad towns (Old District Central) can get the aforesaid documents on August 1. Marks sheets for the schools in Keamari, SITE, Baldia and Orangi towns (Old District West) will be available on August 2 while schools in Saddar and Lyari towns (Old District South) can collect their marks sheets on August 4. Schools in Jamshed, Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Shah Faisal, Landhi and Korangi towns (Old District East) as well as those in Malir, Bin Qasim and Gadap (Old District Malir) can get their marks sheets on August 5.

Furthermore, the heads of regional secondary schools should send their representatives along with authority letters to collect the marks sheets from the Conference Hall, Block B of the board from 9.30 am to 4.00 pm. The News

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NMC students clinch top positions
Nawabshah: The Nawabshah Medical College for Girls clinched the top three positions among all the medical colleges under Liaquat University of Medical and Health Sciences in the annual examinations for the third year of MBBS.

Shumaila, daughter of Abdul Sattar Shaikh, Ranjeeta, daughter of Lal Chand and Javeria Qureshi, daughter of Arshad Ahmed secured the first, second and third, respectively. Dawn

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