Karachi HSC annual examinations from June 1

HSC exams from June 1
Karachi, May 18: The second phase of the HSC annual examinations will begin from June 1, announced Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK) Chairman Prof. Anwar Ahmed Zai on Monday. Zai said that more than 150,000 Humanities and Commerce Groups regular and private candidates would appear at some 120 examination centres. In all, 60 vigilance teams have been formed that would monitor the examination process. Meanwhile, the candidates who were unable to submit their examination forms would be given yet another chance to do so on May 18. They can submit their examination forms from 10am to 8pm at the BIEK office. The news

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Clash at Urdu varsity leaves six injured
Karachi: Six students were wounded in a clash between the All Pakistan Muttahida Students Organisation (APMSO) and the Pakhtun Students Federation (PkSF) at the Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science and Technology (FUUAST) in Gulshan-e-Iqbal.

Skirmishes between the two rival groups at the university had been going on for the past couple of weeks.

However, the students chanted slogans against each other at the campus on Monday morning, leading to a clash following an exchange of hot words.

The injured students were identified as PkSF's Tufail, Sajid and Bashir, and APMSO's Shahid, Moonis and Irfan.

Rangers personnel deployed at the university forced the students out of the university.

Subsequently, the clash continued outside the campus with rival groups resorting to aerial firing and ransacking various shops in the area, blocking the University Road for several hours.

The law enforcers arrived at the scene to maintain the law and order situation and disperse the miscreants.

The clash spread fear and panic among everyone present at the university, as teachers were witnessed rushing into their rooms, while students ran haphazardly in search of shelter.

The university's canteen and main gates were badly damaged during the clash.

According to police sources, at least 12 TT pistol shells were recovered from university grounds.

PkSF leader Ismail Khan Mehsud claimed the cause of the clash was APMSO activists trying to bring outsiders inside the university to chant slogans against the PkSF.

They had also forced some Urdu-speaking students of the university to protest against the PkSF, Mehsud added.

He alleged unidentified people had ransacked three hotels of Pakhtuns in reaction to the clash.

On the other hand, APMSO sources said various shops and cabins of Urdu-speaking people were fired at following the incident.

An APMSO activist has also gone missing after the event, the sources added.

According to Aziz Bhatti Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Fakhrul Islam, the clash was a reaction to a previous skirmish that had taken place between the two organisations last week.

The police promptly brought the situation under control, but was unable to apprehend the culprits involved in the incident since they had escaped, the DSP said.

According to an announcement by FUUAST officials, both campuses of the university would remain closed for two days and classes would resume from Thursday. Daily times

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Teachers hold rally in Larkana
Larkana: Teachers held a rally here on Monday for the acceptance of their demands. The rally was organised jointly by the All Sindh Primary School Teachers (PTA), Government Secondary Teachers Association (GSTA) and Sindh Professors and Subject Specialists Association (SPSSA).

The rally started from the Pilot Higher Secondary School and culminated at the National Press Club after marching through various city roads. Participants of the rally staged a sit-in at the press club. They were carrying placards inscribed with slogans in favour of their demands and chanting slogans against the Sindh government. Addressing the protesters, the representatives of teachers accused the government of depriving the teachers of their basic rights. The government is behaving like a stepmother as even the summary of promotions from grade 17 to 18 is still under process, they added.

They condemned the rejection of the summary of "time scale" and "teaching allowance" by the Sindh chief minister. Meanwhile, Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah clarified that he did not reject the summary of time scale and teaching allowance. He asked the provincial chief secretary, secretary Education and Literacy Department and Senior Minister for Education and Literacy Department Pir Mazharul Haq for having a discussion on the issue. The news

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