DCET mid-term examinations | Paper pattern changed

DCET mid-term examinations of Batch 2008 began
Karachi, Mar 26: Dawood College of Engineering and Technology (DCET) has announced that the mid-term examinations of Batch 2008 (2nd Year) and Batch 2009 (1st Year) of electronic engineering, industrial engineering and management, metallurgy and materials engineering and architecture and planning will commence from March 26 (today) and onwards in the college premises.

FAST-NU Spring Fiesta
National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences (FAST-NU) is holding a Spring Fiesta from March 25 till March 28 at the main campus on National Highway.

ZU Bachelors and Masters programme
Ziauddin University (ZU) is introducing Bachelors and Masters in Computer Science programme from the next academic session (July/August). The News

KU senate poll
Karachi: The University of Karachi has deferred the election of its senate members representing college teachers to April 15 from March 31. The polling will be held at the Shaikh Zayed Islamic Centre from 9:30am to 4pm. App

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BSEK Paper pattern changed, several parents concerned
The Board of Secondary Education (BSEK) changed the exam pattern for the subject of Islamiat. There is a question in which students have to attempt two out of three Surahs, however this year only two of them were given, leaving the children with no choice on the question. Why was this change made without any prior notification, and why wasn't the paper checked for these mistakes before it was handed out to the students? The News

250,000 students to get free books, stipend
Karachi: Senior Sindh Minister Pir Mazharul Haq was on Wednesday informed that 1,000 schools would be established in the rural and backward areas of the province on a public-private partnership basis.

At a briefing given to him by officials of the education department and the Sindh Education Foundation, he was told that 4,000 teachers would be recruited for these schools, which were expected to enrol some 250,000 students.

The funds for the schools would be made available by the World Bank and the provincial education department.

In the first phase, 200 schools would be established in Dadu, Qambar-Shahdadkot, Larkana, Khairpur, Nawabshah, Mithi, Badin and Matiari. The minister noted that the students of these schools would be provided with textbooks free of cost and also a monthly stipend - Rs350 for boys and Rs450 for girls.

The minister selected 200 schools to be set up in the first phase through a computer ballot from a list of 745. App

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