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HSC supplementary exam results announced
Karachi, Mar 19: The Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK) announced the results of Higher Secondary School Certificate Part-II Humanities group (private) supplementary examination 2008 on Wednesday. As per the statistics of the result, a total of 4,323 candidates were registered for the examination, out of which 4,122 appeared and 2,333 passed.

SSC exam to begin tomorrow
Karachi: Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK) Controller of Examination Syed Jawed Iftikhar has notified all concerned that the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Annual Examination-2009 Science and General Groups (Regular and Private) is scheduled to start on Friday, March 20 (tomorrow). Approximately 292,000 candidates would appear in the said examination, and 476 examination centres (264 for boys and 212 for girls) have been made in this regard.

An examination centre has also been fixed at Central Jail Karachi for prisoner candidates. While 150 group leaders would deliver sealed packages of question papers to all examination centres, 10 special vigilance teams and another 170 teams have also been formed to inspect examination centres. An examination reporting cell has been established in the BSEK under the supervision of Deputy Controller of Examination Ameenuddin. The News

Students can submit fee forms during exams BSEK
Karachi: The Board of Secondary Education Karachi has decided to accept examination forms without any closing date so that a maximum number of candidates may appear in the Secondary School Certificate Part-I and -II (Class IX and X) annual examinations-2009.

It has been learnt that now the candidates, who could not submit the examination forms and fees earlier for any reason, can submit the same before or during the exams.

SSC Part-II (Class X) general group and science group annual examinations are scheduled to begin on March 20 and March 24, respectively. Similarly, SSC Part-I (Class IX) general group and science group exams will commence on April 1 and April 2, respectively.

BSEK Secretary Prof Asif Pasha Siddiqui said that the authorities concerned took this decision with a view to saving the academic year of students. He said under this arrangement the candidates would be allowed to submit the exam forms and fee a day before the exams.

"The leftover candidates may avail this facility even during the examinations if they decide to appear in the remaining papers," he said, adding that the objective was to ensure that no student was deprived of an opportunity to take the exams.

When asked how board officials would be able to verify documents submitted in such a short span of time, Prof Siddiqui said that the leftovers would be allowed to take the exams as soon as they submitted the forms and fee, but their results would be withheld in case they failed to submit the required documents along with examination forms.

In reply to another query, he said that the board's chairman was empowered to waive the examination fee of deserving candidates. The chairman had already waived the entire exam fee or had given 50 per cent concession of the deserving students who had approached him. Dawn

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'Female students' scholarships increased'
Karachi: The monthly scholarships of female primary and middle students has been increased from Rs 1,200 to Rs 2,400 in 10 districts of Sindh to promote education in the less privileged areas of the province, said Sindh Education Minister Pir Mazharul Haq, while addressing the closing ceremony of the annual sports festival at the Govt College for Women.

Mazhar said that the government is focusing on giving women their due rights and an opportunity to secure their rightful place in society. "In her manifesto, Shaheed Benazir Bhutto had pledged to give priority to women in all fields," he maintained. Daily Times

Students participate in debate contest at University of Sindh
Hyderabad: The Bureau of Students Tutorial, Guidance/Counselling Services and Co-curricular Activities, University of Sindh, organised an inter-departmental English debate contest at Shaikh Ayaz auditorium of the university on Wednesday.

The topic of the debate was: "It is vice that always wins, not virtue."

Two students from every teaching centre, institute and department participated in the debate competition while a large number of faculty members and students attended the event.

Ms Naila Shaikh of Institute of English Language and Literature won the first prize, while Farooq Azam Lakho of Institute of Chemistry won second and Noman Panhwar of department of Economics fetched the third prize.
Special Prize was awarded to Waqar Ahmed Kalwar of Institute of Business Administration and consolation prize was awarded to Ms Sumaiya of Institute of English Language and Literature while appreciation prize was given to Hizbullah Korejo, student of Pakistan Study Centre.

Team trophy was awarded to Institute of English Language and Literature on securing of overall best score by its students.
Speaking on the occasion, University of Sindh Vice-Chancellor Mazharul Haq Siddiqui appreciated students' confidence, performance and way of delivery in debate.

MUET training course
The Institute of Information and Communication Technologies and the departments of Electronics and Bio-Medical Engineering of the Mehran University of Engineering and Technology is organising a three-day training course on "Field Programmable Gate Array" (FPGA) in collaboration with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (USA) from Wednesday.

Speaking as chief guest at the concluding session, the Dean, Faculty of Electrical, Electronics and Computer Engineering, Professor Dr Abdul Karim Baloch, said that the objective of the course was to enable the participants to have a clear insight into programmable logic boards that help engineers gain new skills and advance new designs.

Students urged to seek technical education
Hyderabad: Sindh minister for rural development, Zubair Ahmed has urged the male and female students to seek technical education along with formal education.

He was speaking at the certificate distribution ceremony to the trainees of nursery and farm management under Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Youth Development Programme at the district nazim secretariat here on Tuesday.

The minister profusely thanked the MQM chief Altaf Hussain and President Asif Ali Zardari for initiating many programmes for the welfare of the people. He commended the efforts of the district nazim and his team for providing basic facilities to the people at their doorsteps. Hyderabad District Nazim Kanwar Naveed Jamil also spoke on the occasion. Dawn

SPLA sees foul play in attorneys transfer
Karachi: The Sindh Professors and Lecturers Association (SPLA) has criticised the government for transferring the district attorney, (east), Abdul Khaliq Nadim, saying that the action would have a negative impact on the Islamia Science College case.

A spokesman for the SPLA, Prof Iftikhar Azmi, said here on Wednesday that it was beyond one's comprehension why a high-ranking attorney who was dealing with the Islamia Science College case effectively had been transferred at a time when the case was to be heard in a couple of days.

Suspecting some foul play in the transfer move, he pointed out that the government had earlier transferred the principal of the college, Prof Abdul Mubin Khan, who was well-versed with the case. And now, he added, it had transferred district attorney Abdul Khaliq Nadim, who was handling the case effectively.

Prof Azmi urged the Sindh chief secretary to withdraw the attorney's transfer order in the larger interest of the students and teachers of all the colleges and schools being run under the roof of the Islamia Science College building complex as he had done in the case of the college principal.

The spokesman apprehended that the attorney's transfer would put the fate of over 18,000 students of the educational institutions functioning on the college premises at stake. Dawn

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