HSC exams from May 2 | Teachers' recruitment test

Karachi HSC exams to resume on 2nd
Karachi, May 01: The Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC) part-I and II (Class XI and XII) annual examinations-2009 will resume on Saturday (May 2) as per the original schedule, chairman of the Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK) Prof Anwar Ahmed Zai said on Thursday.

With regard to the April 29 papers which were postponed on account of widespread violence in the city, he said these papers were being rescheduled and a new date would be announced in a couple of days.

According to the schedule, HSC Science (general and pre-engineering) and home economics papers are to be resume on Saturday in the morning shift (from 9:30am to 12:30pm) and the commerce group papers (for both regular and private candidates) from Saturday in the evening shift (from 2:30pm to 5:30pm).

Karachi University LLB exams
Karachi: The University of Karachi has announced that the forms and fee for LLB part I, II and final annual examinations 2009 can been deposited without a late fee from May 2 to 16. The forms will be accepted with a late fee of Rs500 from May 20 to 27.

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Teachers' recruitment test on 10th
Karachi: The written test for the recruitment of high school teachers (HSTs) for government schools of the Karachi region will now be held on May 10 at the National Stadium.

The test was earlier held on April 24 but it was cancelled by Sindh University's testing service as it was marred by mismanagement and disturbances when candidates who were not issued admit cards were told by organisers that their test would be held once the test of those having admit cards was over.

However, the written test for the recruitment of primary school teachers (PSTs), earlier scheduled to be held on April 26 across Sindh and postponed at the eleventh hour after its paper was leaked out, will now be held on May 19 and May 24.

Provincial secretary for education Rizwan Memon said on Thursday that a decision about conducting the test for PSTs in two phases was taken in view of a huge number of candidates registered for the test across Sindh.

"The written test for the recruitment of PSTs for schools of the Karachi region and 10 other districts of Sindh will be held on May 19 while the test for the appointment of PSTs for schools of the remaining districts of the province will be held on May 24," the secretary said, adding that the provincial education department and Sindh University would announce a detailed schedule for the test in a couple of days.

Inquiry report

Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah has directed the vice-chancellor of Sindh University to get the inquiry, being conducted to know the causes of leaking out of the paper for the PSTs, completed and its report made public before May 19 to ensure the credibility of the tests.

The test for the recruitment of PSTs was earlier scheduled for April 26 at all the 23 district headquarters of the province, including Karachi, but it was postponed at the eleventh hour by Sindh University's testing service after receiving news that the contents of the paper for the test had leaked out.

The postponement of the test had provoked widespread protests by candidates across Sindh.

Over 200,000 candidates have applied for 13,500 posts of high, junior and primary school teachers lying vacant across Sindh.

In Karachi alone, where 1,300 posts of high, junior and primary school teachers are to be filled, there are around 30,000 candidates who have applied for the posts of all the three categories of teachers.

Test for posts of teacher rescheduled
Hyderabad: The University of Sindh has announced a new schedule of the tests for selection of school teachers.

Test for the posts of high schoolteachers at Karachi will be conducted on May 10 and for the posts of primary school teachers (PST) will be held in two phases.

PST candidates from Ghotki, Jacobabad, Qambar at Shahdadkot, Karachi, Kashmore at Kandhkot, Khairpur, Larkana, Shikarpur, Sukkur and Thatta districts will appear in the test on May 19.

The test of PST candidates from Badin, Jamshoro, Matiari, Mirpurkhas, Shaheed Benazir Abad, Naushahro Feroze, Sanghar, Tando Mohammad Khan, Tharparkar and Umerkot districts will be conducted on May 24.

JST test results
Sindh University Testing Centre has announced the result of test for the posts of junior school teachers of Umerkot, Naushahro Feroze, Larkana, Khairpur, Jacobabad and Dadu districts.

Paper leakage inquiry
A university inquiry committee on Thursday recorded statements on the issue of leakage of paper of the test for the posts of primary school teachers.

People, who were invited to record statements, were asked to also submit written statements to supplement their verbal statements.

The convener of the enquiry committee appealed to the people who wanted to facilitate the enquiry to contact the body for recording their statements on Tuesday, May, 5, 2009, from 10am to 12 noon at Foreign Faculty Hostel of the University of Sindh Jamshoro. People may also contact through e-mail: pervez_jamshoro@yahoo.com.

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Students oppose privatisation of technical college
Hyderabad: Students of the Government Technical College boycotted classes and held a sit-in at the college's gate under the aegis of Jeay Sindh Students Federation in protest against proposed privatisation of 180 technical and vocational colleges and technical training centres.

The federation leaders Suryah Sindhi, Hussain Qambrani and Kashif Bhutto warned that students would not allow privatisation of any technical college or centre.

They said that higher education had already become an exclusive preserve of the rich and if the government did away with technical institutions, the poor students would be deprived of their right to education.

They said that if anyone came to take over possession of the college, students would not allow them to enter its premises.

CLASH: Three students suffered injuries in a clash over a petty issue between two groups of students of the Faculty of Information Technology of the Sindh Agriculture University on Thursday.

Reports said that the students used sticks and clip boards in the clash. The injured were identified as Asad and Mahesh. The name of the third student could not be ascertained.

A heavy contingent of police and personnel of other law enforcement agencies rushed to the university and controlled the situation.

Police force has been deployed at the hostels and other important places in the campus.

LUMHS SENATE: Prof Dr Abdus Sattar Memon, dean of Faculty of Surgery and Allied Sciences and Prof Dr Mohammad Shahzad Leghari, chairman of the Department of Urology have been elected members of the syndicate of the Liaquat University of Medical and Health Sciences here on Thursday, according to a notification. Dawn

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