BSEK General Group results announced
Karachi, June 23: Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK) has declared the result of SSC II annual examination 2012, both regular and private, here on Friday.
As per statistics of the result, 27,974 candidates were registered, 27,398 appeared in the examination, out of which 19,007 were declared as pass.
Faryal Hameed d/o Abdul Hameed Chhotani of CP & Berar High Schools for Girls stood first with 759 marks out of 850, Muhammad Saad Ayub s/o Muhammad Babar Iqbal of Iqra Huffaz Boys Secondary School won second position with 751 marks and Kanza Kaiser d/o Kaiser Saleem of Mama Parsi Secondary School also got second position with same marks, while Sadia Khan d/o Gohar Ali of Iqra Huffaz Girls Secondary School stood third with 750 marks.
It is pertinent to mention here that this year, the board had made a record of its history with preparing and declaring result only with in 42 days.
BSEK Controller Examinations Rafiya Mallah said that the board had ensured merit while compiling the examinations.
University of Karachi announces MA exam schedule
Karachi: Controller of Examinations, University of Karachi on Thursday announced schedule for the annual examinations of MA (Regular/Private) 2011. The examinations will commence from July 2 and will be attended by 19,448 candidates (previous and final year) out of which 8,526 will be males and 10,921 will be female candidates.
KU announces BSc (Pass) Part-II annual exam result
Karachi: The University of Karachi (KU) has announced the result of BSc (Pass) Part-II/both parts Annual Examination 2011 on Friday. As per details, Kanza Bushra Choudhary bearing roll No 59608 of DHA Degree College for Women got first position with 1,366 marks out of 1,600 marks, Tasneem Amir Ali (roll No 59595) of St Joseph's College for Women got second position with 1,112 marks out of 1,400 and Ayesha Jabeen (roll No 59461) of BAMM PECHS Govt College for Women got third position with 1,252 out of 1,600. It is pertinent to mention here that 3,348 students registered for exam, 3,208 appeared, 471 students secured first division, 431 second while two secured third position. The passed percentage remained 28.3. Daily times
Schools, colleges in Sindh to revert to 6-day working week
Karachi: The schools and colleges in Sindh would revert to six-day working week instead of five with immediate effect. An official of the education department stated this here on Friday. Chief Secretary Sindh also issued a notification to this effect here on Friday. It said that the Sindh chief minister has exempted colleges/schools in the province from five days' working week with immediate effect. app
Sindh to spend $250,000 on education
Karachi: Sindh Secretary Education Muhammad Siddique Memon said the education department plans to spend 250,000 dollars under the Global Partnership for Education Programme, to enhance the quality of education in the province.
He said this while presiding over a meeting with a delegation of Global Partnership for Education at the NJV School on Thursday.
In order to get the desired results in the educational sector, NGOs, community based agencies, independent researchers, labour unions, media and all stakeholders of the civil society need to play a monitoring role, he stressed.
He said the GPE has allocated 100million dollars for Pakistan, of which Sindh receives 66million.
On the directives of the provincial minister for education, Sindh Education Department has developed a sound plan to provide free and compulsory primary education for all. The news
Governor, CM, KU VC condole demise of Baig
Karachi: Sindh Governor Dr Ishratul Ibad Khan has expressed deep sorrow and grief over the demise of eminent compare and intellectual Obaidullah Baig who died here on Friday. In a condolence message, he recounted the services of the deceased in literature and journalism. The governor prayed to Almighty Allah to rest the departed soul in eternal peace and grant courage to the bereaved family to bear this irreparable loss. In his condolence message Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah said that the pair of Obaidullah Baig and Qureshpur had played a positive role in various programmes of Pakistan television, particularly in `Kasoti' and the educational, literary and cultural efforts he made will ever be remembered. The chief minister also condoled with the bereaved family members. Meanwhile, Vice Chancellor of University of Karachi Prof Dr Muhammad Qaiser while condoling the demise of Baig said that his death has left a void in the literary and scholarly field, which is difficult to be filled. app