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NTS centre in Sukkur
Sukkur, May 13, 2008: I would like to give voice to my feelings through the courtesy of your esteemed newspaper. I would like to draw the kind attention of the concerned authorities of NTS and Dr. Atta-ur-Rehaman chairman, Higher Education Commission-Islamabad and make appeal to them on my personal behalf and on behalf of other candidates of the region. Sir, NTS authorities conduct exams/ test across the country especially in connection of M.Phil / PhD admission /scholarship. Exam is conducted after every three months all over Pakistan for that purpose they have set many centers where candidates may appear for the test.

In Sindh province they have set only two centers one is located in Hyderabad and another in Karachi. Though many candidates appear from interior Sindh, yet they have to travel to Hyderabad or Karachi to take exam. It is very difficult for a candidate to under take ten hour journey to reach Karachi and eight hour journey to reach Hyderabad. In these hard days it is very difficult for teachers to make both ends meet. On the other hand traveling itself is not less than a fatigue. I may mention here that Sukkur is a centre point which connects at least ten districts of Sindh province i.e Ghotki, Khairpur, Noushero Feroze, Nawabshah, Jacobabad, Kashmore, Shikarpur, larkana, Qamber @ Shahdadkot and Sukkur itself. The Institutes that come into the jurisdiction of these ten districts are: Ghulam Muhammad Mahar Medical College, Sukkur-IBA, SZABIST-Larkana, Chandka Medical College, Quaid-i-Awam Engineering & Technology University, Peoples Medical College, Shah Abdul Latif University, Degree colleges of the region, postgraduate studies centers, Law colleges of the region and many other private colleges and institutions.

Therefore, the concerned authorities are requested to establish a centre in Sukkur for interior Sindh candidates (teachers) to save time, resources and much more save us from the frustration of traveling. Taking this nice opportunity, it is also suggested that the answer sheet may be reshaped and redesigned on the pattern of FPSC-Islamabad where a candidate has two options for each question, if one option is attempted wrong the next is available to write correct answer. It would be better to provide carbon copy or assessed copy to candidates with answer key to make exam more transparent and fair. Hope that these suggestions will be considered in the light of justice and fair play. I also request to all other interested candidates of the area to make more appeals to the concerned authorities to establish a centre in Sukkur. There are many public sector institutions like as Sukkur-IBA and Public School, Sukkur which may provide the facility to conduct the test peacefully and smoothly.

Abdul Ghani Soomro Sukkur, Sindh

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HSC exams begin today
Karachi: The Board of Intermediate Education, Karachi, on Monday announced that the HSC part I and II annual examinations 2008 would begin on Tuesday.

The examinations will be conducted in two phases. In the first phase, the examination of pre-engineering, pre-medical, home economics and science general groups will be conducted from Tuesday.

As many as 77,662 candidates are expected to take the exams at some 89 centres established across the city. The papers will be conducted in the morning session from 9am to 12 noon.

Examinations of the Commerce group (regular and private) will start on May 17 and the papers will be conducted from 2pm to 5pm at 78 centres. The total number of candidates registered to take exams in this group is 72,133.

In the second phase, the examinations of Arts groups will be conducted from June 10. The total number of registered candidates for this group is 31,126, who will appear at 41 examinations centres. As many as 215,000 candidates are expected to take the HSC examination this year.

As many as 46 vigilance teams have been formed with two senior professors in each of the teams which will visit two centres in a day. They will report the same day to a cell especially formed for the purpose.

In the report of the candidates to be caught for using unfair means, the name of invigilator of the room will also be mentioned.

A super vigilance team consisting of retired professors and senior professors will also be formed to monitor the examinations process.

According to the BIEK, the home department has been requested to deploy personnel of law enforcement agencies at the examination centres. The city nazim has also been requested to impose Section 144 in the jurisdiction of the examination centres. APP

Karachi University Physiology examination from 15th
Karachi: The University of Karachi (KU) announced that the final examination of ASR 701 (Research Methodology) will be held on May 15 at the auditorium of the Department of Physiology from 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm. All the enrolled students have been asked to collect examination forms from the office of the Dean Faculty of Science and submit the required fee by May 13, 2008. Moreover, the examination forms and fee for B.Sc. (Home Economics) Part I and II annual examination can be submitted from May 13 to May 28, 2008.

KU approves conferment of 24 PhD degrees
Karachi: The University of Karachi (KU) has approved the conferment of 24 PhD degrees. A KU spokesman said the approval to this effect had been accorded by the University's Board of Advanced Studies and Research (BASR).

Those who would be receiving the PhD degrees are: Abdul Farhan Khan (Applied Chemistry), Aziz-ur-Rehman (Arabic), Uzma Ahmed (Clinical Psychology), Khalid M Younus (Islamic Learning), Tahira Kaukab (Islamic Learning), Rafia Taj Qadri (Mass Communication), Naveed Iqbal Wasri (Mass Communication), Rezwana Khan (Microbiology), Mehr-un-Nisa Aziz (Pakistan Studies), Munir Anwar (Pharmacognosy), Abdul Jabar Shah (Pharmacology), Dr Asif bin Rehman (MD) (Pharmacology), Seema Shamim (Physiology), Summer Sultana (Political Science), Azra Anjum (Political Science), Imamuddin (Quran & Sunnah), Syed Asif Raza (Quran & Sunnah), Ayub Rohadi (Quran & Sunnah), Ghulam Rasool Dahri (Social Work), Ehtesham Hussain (Statistics), Yasmin Sultana (Urdu), Muhammad Shoaib (Zoology), Shahida Perveen (Zoology) and Rizwana (Zoology).

The candidates who would be conferred MS degrees are: Dr Asma Nazar (MBBS), General Surgery (DUHS); Dr M Ishaque Soomro (MBBS), General Surgery (JPMC); Dr Ghulam Mustafa Vardug (MBBS), Neurosurgery; and Dr M Younis Sabrani (MBBS), Orthopaedic Surgery (DUHS). As many as 28 candidates would be conferred MPhil degrees, it was further stated.

DJ College sports ground taken over despite protests
Karachi: The wall of the sports ground of Government DJ Science College has been demolished and heavy machinery was installed to undertake construction of proposed Educational Complex.

The government of Sindh earlier issued orders to immediately vacate the sports ground of the college and hand it over to the government for building the Education Complex. The professors and students of the college also protested against the annexation of the ground. The ground adjacent to Government Commerce College is under the Rangers' control for the last several years. It was during Zia-ul-Haq's period that most of the buildings belonging to the education departments were handed over to the Rangers. A little portion of the ground was, however, left vacant for the sports activity of the students of the DJ College. The Rangers have established regional office on a part of the ground.

The Principal of the college has also signed a letter, reportedly under duress, handing over the sports ground to the government. The previous caretaker government also issued similar orders to the Principal of the college to get the control for apparent construction of the Education complex but was stopped due to the pressures of the students and teachers of the college.

The prestigious DJ (Dayaram Jethamull) Government Science College, established in 1887,was the only college left where a playground had not been encroached upon, while other city colleges' playgrounds were either taken over by the Rangers or were trespassed upon by the settlers coming from different parts of the country.

It is, however, to be mentioned here that DJ College has already been declared a cultural heritage by the Government of Sindh. The Education Complex will house the office of the Secretary, Education, who already has two offices in his possession, one at Tughlaq House, Sindh Secretariat, and the other at the Sindh Textbook Board Office. The Director, Colleges, Director, Private Schools, and other education projects offices will be built in this complex. Legally, a summary has to be moved for its annexation, though it's a property of DJ Science College but is controlled by Rangers. The News

Students to take part in int'l science fair
Karachi: A group of students from Pakistan are scheduled to take part in the International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) 2008 to be held in Atlanta from May 12 to 17.

A team from Karachi's Aga Khan Higher Secondary School - Arif Pyar Ali, Zehra Suleman and Sara Moiz has developed a drug therapy of Selvey nano particles to cure MRSA infections. Raja Ahsan Mahmood will present his 'Variable Colour Thermometer' and Mohammad Awais his 'Ultimate Control'. Both students are from the Pak-Turk International School, Peshawar. App



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