Karachi Matric General Group result 2009
Matric General Group result likely today
Karachi, June 29: The Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK) is likely to
announce the result of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Part-II
(Matriculation) General Group (both Regular and Private) candidates on Monday
Interestingly, the BSEK has not arranged any ceremony to honour
position-holders, while high officials of the board seem to be deliberately
avoiding the question-answer session which used to be a part of result
This is the second time in a row that the board is
not holding this ceremony and the main reason behind avoiding the event appears
to be corruption during the examinations held in March-April 2009 in which
several high-level officials were allegedly involved.
Sources said that
some high officials of the board had allegedly supported the "cheating-mafia" by
allocating them desired examination centres in order to facilitate special
students who had paid a heavy amount for such services.
Several such examinations centres unearthed in Saudabad, Port Qasim,
Gulshan-e-Hadeed and Gulshan-e-Iqbal, which were offering special examination
rooms to the candidates who had paid huge money for the purpose.
board officials were also blamed for selling "top-rank" positions to certain
private schools, coaching centres or in some cases even individuals for some
obvious reasons, the sources said. Sources further alleged that the BSEK
officials had also committed departmental irregularities during the annual
examinations last year.
The result of a school in Sahabdad Goth, Malir,
was withheld under the same (cheating) charges and the former BSEK controller
Javed Iftikhar blacklisted the school and banned it from conducting any exams in
However, no major changes were seen during the annual
examination 2009, as the "cheating-mafia" managed to continue its business in
connivance with some officials, sources alleged.
During this year's
exams, Sindh Governor Dr Ishratul Ebad Khan took serious notice of the matter
and cancelled the contract of BSEK Secretary Asif Pasha Siddiqui, Examination
Controller Javed Iftikhar and Deputy Controller Bizad Ullah Khan with immediate
effect. The governor had also ordered an enquiry against eight other employees
of the board.
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SSUET approves budget for coming financial year
Karachi: The Board of Governors of the Sir Syed University of Engineering
and Technology (SSUET) has approved a development-oriented surplus budget for
the financial year 2009-2010 at a meeting held on Saturday under the
Chairmanship of Prof. Dr Saiyid Nazir Ahmed, Vice-Chancellor, SSUET, and
Chairman of the Board.
According to a Press statement issued on Sunday,
the total income is estimated to the generated at Rs598million while the
expenditure is estimated at Rs596.4million leaving a surplus of Rs1.6 million
during forthcoming financial year.
Similarly the revised budget for the
receding financial year (2008-2009), also showing a surplus of Rs39.2million,
was also approved. The revised actual income is Rs591.4million while the actual
expenditure is Rs552.2million.
Pointing out some of the salient features
of the budget for the next financial year, the statement adds that Rs33.9million
had been provided for purchasing additional state-of-the-art laboratory
equipment for all the faculties while Rs3million had been provided for
purchasing new academic books for the library (that currently has 60,000
A provision of Rs5 million has been made for the university's
plan to hire foreign specialist Teaching staff while the university will spend
Rs1.5 million on its research project programme. An amount of Rs6million has
been provided for further development of an ultra-modern I.T. Park at the newly
acquired 200 acres of land in Education City, it added.
will award scholarships to deserving students for which a provision of
Rs36million has been made in next year's budget. Moreover, it has granted
scholarships to 2610 students during the outgoing financial year, i.e.
2008-2009, as against 1502 during 2007-2008.
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Masters admission list released
Karachi: The list of valid claims concerning the recent master-level admissions in University of Karachi (KU) evening programme
has been released and displayed at the Silver Jubilee Gate and Directorate of
Evening Programme, announced KU Evening Programme Director Prof. Dr Abuzar
Wajidi. According to a press statement issued on Sunday, the successful
candidates should submit their fees by June 30.
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Benefits of biotechnology stressed
Karachi: Biotechnology, an emerging field of science, can bring economic progress in the
country, as the technology is considered a gateway to the economic prosperity of
Pakistan. The use of biotechnology product can help the authorities get control
over the environmental pollution.
These views were expressed by the
Director, Centre for Molecular Genetics, University of Karachi (KU), Prof Dr
Nuzhat Ahmed, while delivering a lecture on Saturday at Latif Ebrahim Jamal
(LEJ) National Science Information Centre, KU. The Pakistan Biotechnology
Information Centre (PABIC) of the KU organised the lecture with an intention to
raise awareness of the tremendous potential of biotechnology commercialisation
for the sustainable development of the economy of Pakistan.
She said that
there was crying need to benefit from biotechnology, which helps produce
generically modified (GM) crops. "The proper use of biotechnology can increase
food production, lower food prices, and improve food quality. The technology has
great potential to enhance food production in the country. The News
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