KU MA external exams | Balochistan University BA/BSc exams
KU MA external exams from 15th
Karachi, June 08: The Controller of Examinations, University of Karachi (KU) has announced the
schedule of MA Previous and Final (External) examination. According to a press
statement issued here on Sunday, the exams will begin from June 15 up until June
Around 18,000 students are going to appear in the exam this year that
include 7,720 male and 10,280 female students.
The departments that have
been selected as examination centres for the male students include Geology,
Environmental Studies, Mathematics, Physiology, Commerce, Public Administration,
Bio-Chemistry, Computer Science, Chemistry, Physics, Micro-Biology, Zoology,
Statistics, Health and Physical Education.
The same for female students
include Special Education, Centre of Excellence in Women Studies, Library and
Information Science, Asooluddin, Islamic Learning, Economics, Urdu, Psychology,
Social Work, Sociology and General History.
Seminar on plant biodiversity
The Centre of Plant Conservation at the University of Karachi (KU) is organising a two-day
seminar on 'Invasive Species: a threat to Plant Biodiversity' in collaboration
with the Department of Botany, Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science and
Technology (FUUAST)and Higher Education Commission (HEC), on Tuesday and
FUUAST announces results
Karachi: Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science and Technology (FUUAST) announced the examinations
results of the MSc (Geology) one-year programme 2008. The pass percentage of
students was 83.72. The university also announced the results of MSc Final
(Statistics), BSc (Honours) Botany, BSc (Honours) Statistics and MSc Botany
examinations 2008. The News
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University of Balochistan BA/BSc exams form Oct 5
Quetta: Annual examination of BA/ B Sc 2009
would commence form October 5 this year. University of Balochistan Sources said
here Saturday that admission forms and fee would be received without late fee
upto July 10, with late fee of Rupees 100/- by July 25, with double the
prescribed fee upto August 10 and three fold fee upto august 25. Ppi
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City, Country: Quetta Pakistan
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IJT & PkSF student groups clash, 20 arrested
Karachi: Police arrested 20 students for creating a law and order situation after two rival student organisations
clashed at New M A Jinnah Road on Saturday.
The clash took place between
activists of the Islami Jamiat-e-Taliba (IJT) and Pakhtoon Student Federation
(PkSF) that are active in Islamia College and Dawood College of Engineering and
Police baton-charged and tear-gassed the students to
disperse them. A number of students sustained injuries during the baton charge,
though none were serious. Jamshed Town DSP Nawaz Ranjha said that cases have
been registered against the arrested students for creating law and order
During the clash, the activists blocked the New M A Jinnah
Road and pelted stones on passing vehicles. Following the incident, a heavy
contingent of law enforcers arrived and made arrests from the spot. The angry
students also hurled stones at law enforcers when they tried to defuse the
situation. DSP Ranjha further said that this clash was in retaliation of a clash
that took place in Gulshan College on Friday.
Law enforcers have been
deputed at Islamia College and DCET to avoid any untoward incident, the officer
added. Moreover, according to a handout, the IJT condemned the incident and
claimed that six of their workers sustained injuries as they were brutally
beaten by the PkSF workers. One of the IJT workers among the injured has also
received critical injuries. The IJT demanded the government, as well as, the law
enforcement agencies to take action against the rival group.
body found: The body of Gul Mohammad alias Mohammad Yousuf, 34, was found near a
nullah in Allah Wala Town within the limits of Korangi Industrial Area police
station. The bullet-riddled body bearing torture marks was taken to JPMC and
after completion of legal formalities it was handed over to the family. SHO Abid
Tanoli said that the deceased resided in a shantytown in Sector 6-B, Mehran Town
and had dispute with his neighbors, Fatima, wife of Shafiq and another named
Asif over the construction in the slum from the past one week. The woman had
threatened to kill and has been arrested by police while the search for Asif is
going on. The officer further said that a local ANP leader claimed that the
deceased was a party worker.
Youth commits suicide: the hanged body of a
21-year-old Rafiuddin, son of Shamsuddin was found from the house located in
Sector 6-A, Musharraf Colony within the limits of Maripur police station. The
body was shifted to Civil Hospital Karachi (CHK) for legal formalities. Police
officials said that the deceased arrived in the city a week ago from Punjab and
was looking for work. Daily Times
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UC librarians deprived of basic facilities
Karachi: The librarians at UC libraries have been deprived of medical,
salary bonus, conveyance allowance, and many other basic facilities, it was learnt.
It was said that the librarians were given house
building finance and the money for their uniform, which have been annulled now.
They complaint of 12-hour duty-time with minimum salary; moreover they do
not have up gradation of their posts as there is no BPS after grade 2 and have
been internally transferred yearly.
The core problem is that they do not have
any hospital on panel in several towns, and also not given medical allowances.
They got BPS-11 directly after grade-2 which is impossible for them to
achieve in such under-privileged condition and prospects of their job are highly
unconvincing, they said.
Jamshed Town has no hospital on its
panel for the staff of its libraries, while the Allama Iqbal Library in the town
has been closed for a year which shows the indifferent attitude of the town
authorities. The officials concerned of the Jamshed Town, when contacted, said
that the town was in financial crises, but the CDGK staff might get the medical
facility in the coming month. He said that the recommendations were with the
CDGK and they had to decide on them.
It is pertinent to mention here that
the libraries at the UCs level do not have enough funds to place new books
there; moreover they do not have updated course books to facilitate the students
of different grades for which they were mainly established.
were built considering those students who cant afford to buy new books and do
not have privilege to get private tuitions, but now ironically they have only
those books which were, one wonders, placed at the time of their establishment,
some 20 to 30 years back.
Resultantly, they are not useful any more in the
current computer age, therefore, a dire need of updating the UC libraries with
new course books on many subjects. Such libraries are much feasible for the
students rather than big public libraries. The Nation
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