Karachi University BA Part II results 2008

KU announces BA final and other results
Karachi, June 25: Girls have scooped all the top positions in BA Part II and both parts of regular annual examinations-2008 of the University of Karachi, according to an annoucement made by the university on Wednesday.

Ayesha Muneer from DHA Degree College for Women secured First Class First position, Erum Asghar and Tabassum Ara, both from Sir Syed Girl' College were placed in second and third positions respectively.

A total of 9309 students were registered, 8998 appeared and 3012 students passed the examination with a pass percentage of 33.47.

The university also announced the results of M.B.B.S. final professional, Annual Examination 2009. Sonia Atma Ram from Sir Syed College Of Medical Sciences Trust (For Girls) came first, Zahiah Khan of the same college secured second place while Asad Rasheed from Jinnah Medical and Dental College secured the third position. The News

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Sindh's schools, colleges occupied by landlords, law enforcers, SA told
Karachi: The buildings of around 27 schools, colleges and hostels throughout Sindh have been occupied by Pakistan Rangers for the last several years, Sindh Minister for Education Pir Mazharul Haq informed the Sindh Assembly on Wednesday.

On a query raised by MPA Humaira Alwani, he said that total 5,208 schools throughout the province are running without schedule of new expenditures (SNE) due to which these schools are suffering lack of furniture, potable water and other utilities as well as an acute shortage of the teachers and other staff. More than 1,000 schools have been occupied by local landlords and have converted into Autaqs (guest houses), he informed.

Haq said that a total of 27 building including 17 schools and nine colleges were occupied by Rangers and while some other buildings were being used by the Sindh police.

In the detailed written answer submitted to the assembly, Haq said that the Pakistan Army has occupied the building of Government Girls Middle School Chhor Old (district Umerkot), Rangers have occupied the combined hostel building of Government Noor Muhammad High School and Muslim College Hyderabad, the hostel building of Government Degree College Kali Mori Hyderabad, Hostel of Government Boys Higher Secondary School Comprehensive Latifabad No 10, portion of the building of Government Seth Hafiz High School Hyderabad and a school building of secondary boys school in Karachi where Sindh police has housed a police station. Rangers have occupied the Government Girls' Primary School Mushtaq Hajano UC Shah Alam Shah (taluka and district Matiari). Sindh police have occupied the building of Government Girls' Middle School Karan and Government Girls and Boys Primary School Naparkot (district Shikarpur) and Rangers have occupied the building of the Government College, Ghotki.

Rangers have occupied six college buildings in Karachi including Government Degree Boys College, Jungle Shah, Keamari, the hostel building of DJ Sindh Government Science College and the hostel building of Jamia Millia Government College Malir, the hostel building and principal bungalow at government college of physical education, the building of Government College for Women 11-F New Karachi and Government Degree and Science Commerce College Lyari, Karachi.

Haq further said that the Rangers have also occupied the college building of Government Degree College Shaheed Benazirabad (Nawabshah), the hostel building of Government Degree Boys College Larkana and the building of physics department of Government Degree College, Ghotki.

Answering a question he said that a total of 1,884 schools including 102 girls schools and 435 boys schools throughout the province are running in collaboration with non-government organisations (NGOs). These include 97 in Umerkot, 52 schools in district Tharparkar, 15 primary schools in Shikarpur, 49 girls schools in Karachi, 2 schools in Thatta, 6 boys and 1 girls school in Tando Allahyar, 128 boys and 43 girls schools in Sukkur, 35 boys and 12 girls schools in Ghotki, 142 girls and 86 combined schools in Khairpur, 03 boys and 04 girls schools in Larkana and 67 combined schools in Kambar district. He further said that there are about 21,126 posts from grade 1-20 were vacant in the department. Latter, talking to newsmen in the media gallery, Haq said that all public sector universities, college and schools are bound to give admissions to students of other districts of Sindh and if any of these educational institutes does not give admission, strict action will be taken against that institute. Daily Times

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NCHD re-launches its academic programmes
Karachi: National Commission for Human Development Literacy (NCHD) has once again revived its activities in Sindh province, which earlier had been abolished due to paucity of funds, informed sources in the head office said on Wednesday.

The sources said that NCHD had started working in various parts of interior Sindh, but initially, was not working in Karachi; rather, it was focussing on the deprived and undeveloped parts of interior Sindh. So far as the metropolis is concerned, a lot of NGOs, CDGK and Sindh Govt are already working here on various projects in the education sector. It has provided many opportunities and chances to the citizens in the metropolis. Whereas, the rural parts are at large deprived of such projects. That is why NCHD is at first preferring the deprived and uneducated segment of society in the province and its result is appearing rapidly, an Islamabad based official said.

Sources in the department also mentioned that a total of 1537 centres had been opened in various parts of the city to increase the literacy ratio. While overall in Sindh province, 25,859 centres have been opened and 0.60m people have been educated through those centres.

The prime target of NCHD is to ensure 100 percent enrolment of children aging from 5 to 7 in the country by 2015, while increasing the literacy among the adults as soon as possible. The Nation

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