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KU DDLS result, Degree exams registration
Karachi, May 29, 2008: University of Karachi (KU) has announced the results of Diploma in Diagnostic Laboratory Science (DDLS) Part-II annual examination-2007. Quratul Ain secured first position, Sarwat Naz stood second while Hina received third position. All of them are from Liaquat National Hospital. According to the university statistics all of the five registered students passed the examination. Moreover, the university also announced the results of Diploma in Diagnostic Laboratory Science (DDLS) Part-I annual examination-2007, in which only one student registered, and passed the examination. Meanwhile, the university has announced that registration forms of BA/B.Com/B.O.L and B.Sc. improvement of division for external examination-2008 will be accepted from June 2 to June 16 with a late fee of Rs200 in addition to the original fee of Rs1,500.

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Learning the 'art' of cheating
There are various methods of cheating:

l There is the age-old long-sleeve shirt method where sneaky individuals write important information - such as key dates, people or formulae on their arms and then roll their sleeves down. It's basic and should be picked up by an exam supervisor. But if it is still being used, then it is working more often than not.

l Another trick adopted by cheaters is desk notes. The key data is actually written down on the desk before the exam starts - and is hidden by papers - allowing the miscreant to have a pretty handy edge over more moral students.

l Mobile phones have also become useful tool of trade for the cheaters. Universities do not allow the use of mobiles in the examinations and thus cheating through this mean has been mostly checked.

Prof Surayya Qamar, Chairperson, Department of Islamic Learning at Jinnah University for Women (JUW) added some novel cheating methods employed by the students at her institution and included writing on the palm, fold of Shalwar and on the tissue paper. "We know that the cheating menace is a universal phenomenon. It is practiced even in the western countries and the US. We have strict regulations to discourage the students from practicing the 'art of cheating'.

We write a note on the answer script of the culprit and direct the teacher concerned to deduct five or 10 marks. Sometimes the student might be debarred from sitting in that paper for one year, depending on the severity of the offence," she said. The News

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Islamia College University VC post
Peshawar: The NWFP Higher Education Department (HED) has received 54 applications for the post of vice chancellor of the newly upgraded Islamia College University (ICU), official sources said on Wednesday.

The sources said that the applicants include some senior professors of Islamia College, University of Peshawar (UoP) and academics and scientists from Punjab and Sindh. Islmia College was established in 1913 for imparting modern education along with traditional religious education.

NWFP Governor Owais Ahmad Ghani promulgated an ordinance in early 2008, upgrading Islmia College to university status. "Thirteen teachers of the Islamia College are also contesting for the post," sources said. Dr Nisar Muhammad Nisar, Dr Farooq Rashid and Abdul Salam Khalis, among others, are the Islamia College teachers running for the post of ICU VC.

The sources said the governor had formed a vice chancellor committee to short-list candidates, and that the committee would convene a meeting on June 10. The governor will interview all the short-listed candidates and select one, they added.

Sources at HED said that Hazara University Vice Chancellor Dr Ihsan Ali, Malakand University Vice Chancellor Dr Rasool Jan, former Gomal University Vice Chancellor Ajmal Khan and Dr Muhammad Iqbal were among the favourites, adding that no female candidates had applied. Daily Times

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