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Inter admit cards dispatched
Karachi, June 11: The Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK) dispatched the admit cards and date sheets of all private students of Humanities Group at their residential address for the HSC Annual Examination 2009, a press release said on Monday.

It further said that the candidates who have changed their addresses should get their admit cards from their old addresses. The BIEK has also dispatched the admit cards and date sheets of regular candidates to their respective colleges. The BIEK also said that private candidates who do not receive their admit cards by June 14, should contact Room No8 of the board during office hours. The duplicate admit cards would be provided on showing registration card, receipt for depositing examination form and fee and SSC mark sheet.

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FUUAST to establish Homeopathic Faculty
Karachi: The Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science and Technology (FUUAST) has decided to establish Homeopathic Faculty the dean of which will be Dr Syed Kamaluddin.

The decision was made at a meeting of FUUAST and National Council for Homeopathy. The council will also ensure accreditation to the university. The university will take the examination of degree courses and will conduct four-year Homeopathic Diploma Course which will be equivalent to BSc Homeopathy.

Meanwhile, the results of Pharm D, First Batch 2004 have been announced by the university. As per results, Shabli Shakeel, Mohammad Usmanur Rehman Khan and Dureshahwar Malik secured first, second and third positions respectively. It was the first passing out batch of Pharmacy Faculty whose results remained 100 per cent, a university release said on Monday.

KU: The University of Karachi Monday declared the result of B. Com. Part-II/both parts (Regular) Annual Examinations 2008.According to result notification, Naveed son of Deedar Ali Khimami, roll number 860637 of Govt. College of Commerce & Economics secured 851 marks out of 1100 and stood first.

Humaira Amin daughter of Muhammad Amin roll 866322 of DHA. Degree College for Women obtained 838 marks and clinched second position while Nadia Abid daughter of Taj Ali Abid roll 868032 of Govt. College of Commerce & Economics stood third securing 833 marks.

In all 29044 candidates applied and 27567 appeared in the examination of which 1752 passed in first, 6926 second and 118 in third division. The pass percentage is 31.90. The News

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Test for school teacher posts: Plea to set 40pc as passing criterion
Mithi: The government should lower the pass percentage to 40 per cent from 60 per cent for candidates of Tharkparkar district for the post of teachers.

The senior vice president PPP of Tharparkar district, Mohammad Siddique Halepoto made this demand at a press conference on Tuesday. Mr Halepota said that Tharparkar was one of the most backward regions of the country, frequently hit by droughts and other calamities causing massive exodus. However, the literacy ratio too, was very low here owing to poor socio-economic conditions.

Hundreds of schools remained closed in Thar since the last few decades due to the shortage of teachers which hampered the intellectual growth of students and as such they were not capable of achieving 60 per cent marks to qualify for the post of a teacher, he said.

There was a ban on new appointments for 15 years which was a pretty long period, he said. The interviews for the post of teachers were repeated thrice over the years with 8,000 to 11,000 vying for the post he said and added that the candidates appeared twice and thrice, burning their already burnt pockets besides facing numerous difficulties.

However, this was the fourth round in many years which had rendered many candidates ineligible with some becoming overage and few dead, he said. He castigated the government for not achieving tangible results even after spending millions of rupees on the process.

He appealed to MNA Dr Mahesh Kumar Malani, MPA Sharjil Inam Memon, senators Gul Mohammad Memon and Dr Khatumal Jivan to persuade chief minister and education minister for doing away with 60 per cent marks condition, This, he said, would help in filling the vacant posts of teachers. Dawn

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Primary teachers protest in Larkana
Larkana: Activists of the All Sindh Primary Teachers Association held a protest rally here on Monday for acceptance of their demands.

Participants of the rally, led by their central leaders Rafiq Ahmed Jarwar, Liaquat Ali Deedar and others, marched from Naudero to the Bhutto family mausoleum in Garhi Khuda Bakhsh. The schoolteachers were holding banners and placards, inscribed with slogans in favour of their demands.

Addressing the participants, Liaquat Ali Deedar, Syed Raza Ali Shah and others said the schoolteachers of Sindh were deprived of time scale and teachers allowance, while all these facilities were being provided to the schoolteachers of other provinces. The genuine issues of the schoolteachers of Sindh were yet to be resolved, they said. The News

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