Karachi SSC practical examinations-2009

SSC practical exams begin tomorrow
Karachi, July 01: The Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK) on Tuesday asked all candidates who could not appear in the SSC part I and II annual practical examinations-2009 conducted till June 22, to appear in the practical exams being held from July 2 to July 8.

The candidates have been directed to contact the room No.47-B of the board office to collect the programme of their practical exams immediately.

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FUUAST announces BA, BCom and MA exams dates
Karachi: The Federal Urdu University of Arts Science and Technology (FUUAST) has announced that BA, BCom and MA (external) exams will commence from July 4.

As per announcement, the exams of the evening semester will be held from July 6, while the schedule of evening semester papers postponed earlier, will be announced later.

The students have been directed to submit their examination forms by July 2. The date of form submission for special exams of failure students in semester exams will be announced in a week.

Students who appeared in their regular exams will have their regular exam results cancelled if they fail to appear in their special examinations.

Admit cards issued
Karachi: The Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science and Technology (FUUAST) has directed students of BA, BCom and MA (private) who have not received their admit cards and exams schedule to collect their cards and examinations programme from Gulshan and Abdul Haq campuses, immediately.

A university statement issued here on Tuesday said that male candidates of BA could collect their cards from Abdul Haq campus, while female candidates of BA, BCom and MA could receive the cards from the examinations department (private section).

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Karachi University LLB final exams from tomorrow
Karachi: The examinations department of Karachi University has announced that LLB final annual examinations 2009 will commence from July 2.

All students of the KU-affiliated law colleges have been directed to collect their admit cards and examinations programmes from their respective colleges.

Mismanagement at HSC exams centre

Mismanagement was reported at the Government College Sharah-i-Liaquat examinations centre on Tuesday during the HSC annual examinations 2009 for the Arts group's paper of education held in the afternoon shift.

Some candidates appearing in the exams said that they were not allocated seats and had to run from pillar to post to find a seat which wasted their time.

They said that the question papers were also delivered to them at lest 10 minutes late from the scheduled time, adding that students were not even given any extra time despite their repeated appeals.

They said that candidates' seats at the examination centre should be clearly allocated and question papers be delivered on time.

The candidates appealed to the chairman of the Board of Intermediate Education Karachi, Prof Anwar Ahmed Zai, to take notice of the matter so that such incidents do not recur. Ppi/App

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Pak youth still behind bars in UK
Bannu: A detained Pakistani youth, who was one among the nine Pakistani students held on unfound charges of hatching a terror plot in the United Kingdom, was yet to be released despite the fact that the allegation levelled against him were not substantiated by any evidence in the British courts.

The parents of one such detainee identified as Ahmad Faraz Khan, a resident of Bannu, Tuesday said their son was not proved guilty yet he had been kept in custody since April 8, 2009.

His father, Sarfaraz, added that Faraz was innocent and his detention would only destroy his career and his education would remain incomplete. The parents feared that their hard earned money would go to waste if the authorities concerned did not allow their son to appear in his remaining two papers.

They further said that Faraz was kept in Bradford jail despite being innocent and his detention would destroy his career and peace of mind. The distressed parents appealed to the British government to release their son while fulfilling the obligation of fair-play and justice in saving his future as he had done nothing wrong under the British laws. Ahmad Faraz, who got admission in John Morrison University in December 2006 and was in final semester when he was caught and landed in Bradford Jail without any proved charges. The News

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Best books selected
Hyderabad: The Sindhi Language Authority on Tuesday announced the names of best books published in 2008. The authority would give these books awards.

Secretary of the Authority, Taj Joyo, said in a statement that according to the decision of judges, Rs25,000 would be paid to the best book, on different subjects.

He said 'Sanskrit-Sindhi dictionary' by Badar Dhamrah; 'Shaoor, Shair and Shairi,' criticism and research by Prof Dr Sehar Imdad; 'Kafiyoon, Geet and Ghazal,' an anthology of Rashid Morai; 'Ojhamiyoon Baran,' a collection of short stories by Syed Makan Shah Rizvi; Murad Ali Mirza's novel 'Sami Sij Wara'; and Nisar Bazmi's book for children Dharti Tara were adjudged the best books for 2008.

Mr Joyo said that cheques will be given to writers at a ceremony to be held very soon. Dawn

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