Inter exams cheating | SBTE DAE results | SU student died

47 students caught cheating
Karachi, May 15, 2008: The vigilance committee of the Board of Intermediate Education detected 47 cases of use of unfair means during the exams who have been prohibited from further exams, according to the Chairman, Intermediate Board, Anwar Ahmed Zai.

The 46 vigilance teams who were on visit to 89 examination centres found involved 47 students appearing in the second year examination for using unfair means were stopped giving exams by the team.

Board Secretary Professor Haider Naveen, Board Chairman Anwar Ahmed Zai, and Deputy Controller of Examinations Syed Mohammed Ali, paid surprise visits to different examination centres. They found photostat machines functioning at different examination centres which according to law is illegal, as Section 144 had been imposed at the centres by the City Government.

Taking note of the situation, the board officials sent two students along with their coordination committee team to the photostat machine operator requesting them to shut their business during examination hours as it would be a great loss to deserving students. The photostat machine owners complied, on the request of the students.

The board officials sent letter to the home department requesting to enforce Section 144 in letter and spirit by deploying police force at the examination centres.

The other complaint which was witnessed was the load-shedding or electricity breakdown that continued for two-and-a-half hours, from 10.30 to 12noon.

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SBTE announces DAE results
The controller of examination, Sindh Board of Technical Education (SBTE) Wednesday announced the results for Diploma of Associate Engineer (DAE) first year (Morning) annual examination 2007. According to result statistics, a total of 7,679 students appeared in the examination from institutes lying under main office at Karachi of them 4,166 passed by making pass percentage at 54.25, while 2,359 candidates appeared from institutes lying under regional office Sukkur, of them 1,179 passed by making pass percentage at 49.97. The results can also be seen at The News

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IJT, PSF campus violence at Islamia College
Karachi: The police arrested ten members of two student organizations on Wednesday as the Islami Jamiat Taliba (IJT) and Pakhtoon Student Federation (PSF) blamed each other for campus violence.

The IJT claimed that the fight took place when they tried to stop PSF students from cheating in the intermediate examinations. "We tried to stop them but they responded with violence and injured three of our activists," the IJT claimed.

The PSF denied the claims and said that their party workers are not involved in any such activity, saying that in fact it was the IJT workers who have been caught using unfair means in the examination centers.

On Wednesday, activists from the two organizations clashed on the streets. They threw stones at passing vehicles and burnt tyres. "They also attacked policemen," informed SHO Fawad Akhwan.

The IJT claimed that the police support the PSF members and therefore arrested only IJT activists. The SHO denied such allegations and said that members of both parties have been arrested and FIR No. 168/08 has been registered on behalf of the government. "They had a fight at the Islamia College and came out on the road to block traffic," the SHO said. Seniors members of both parties are negotiating with the police, the officer added. Daily Times

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Student dies in clash at Sindh University
Hyderabad: One student was killed when two groups of students clashed in a Sindh University hostel late on Tuesday night following a dispute over whether to boycott the ongoing examinations in protest against frequent power breakdowns and shortage of water.

Earlier, a large number of students held a demonstration on the Indus Highway in protest against loadshedding.

On their return to the hostel, they proposed to boycott the semester examinations, another group of students opposed the proposal which led to a heated argument.

The Sindh People's Student Federation, the student wing of the ruling PPP, is reported to be against holding protests and demonstrations and the proposal to boycott examinations saying that it would undermine the government.

The argument turned into an armed clash in which a BSc Part-III student, Abdul Nabi, was hit by a bullet.

He was rushed to the Liaquat University Hospital in Jamshoro and later to the hospital's Hyderabad branch when his condition deteriorated. He died on his way to the hospital.

Jamshoro police have registered an FIR on the complaint of Mohammad Ishaque against eight people, including student welfare officer Rafique Brohi.

After the death of the student, some protesters broke the windowpanes of the ICU ward and damaged some other property of the hospital.

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Sindh varsity blamed for student's killing
Hyderabad: The Sindh People's Federation while claiming Tuesday's clash victim to be their activist held Jeay Sindh Students Federation and Sindh University administration responsible for the death.

It may be recalled that Abdul Nabi Brohi, a BSc student of the SU lost his life on Tuesday due to an armed clash between students over proposal to boycott semester examinations because of power outages.

Speaking at a press conference here on Wednesday, the SPSF General Secretary Fayaz Rajpar condemned the killing and blamed 'vested interests' of trying to destroy academic atmosphere of the varsity.

He said the JSSF with the backing of the SU administration and Students' Welfare Officer had killed Abdul Nabi Brohi. Expressing apprehensions over safety and security of students, he vowed not to let anyone destroy the peace of university.

He announced three-day mourning for the departed soul and demanded immediate arrest of the accused. "A five-member committee of the SPSF has been constituted to conduct inquiry into the incident," he added.

JSQM: Chairman Jeay Sindh Qaumi Mahaz Basheer Khan Qureshi has expressed his grief over the murder of Abdul Nabi Brohi.

In a statement faxed to Dawn, he lamented the incident at the SU and held responsible the administration. He said it was a conspiracy to conceal misappropriation of funds and to level ground for Rangers' entry into the premises.

He termed killers as 'national criminals' and said the direction of the dispute was being diverted to give cover to murderers under a planned conspiracy.

The JSQM leader blamed the Sindh government of being involved in the incident to bring its boys in the students union.

TEACHERS: The Sindh University Teachers Association, at an urgent meeting, expressed concern over the incident in which a student lost his life.

The meeting pointed at the negligence and apathy of the varsity administration. "The incident is enough evidence to the university administration's impotence and incompetence", the meeting observed.It cautioned the students against falling in the 'designs of vested interests' and condemned the behaviour of students' leaders toward teachers.

The meeting was presided over by Syed Inayatullah Shah, Association's leader. Dawn

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