BCom (external) examination forms 2008

BCom exams forms last date
Karachi, Nov 24: The University of Karachi has announced that the forms and fees for BCom (external) annual examination 2008 will be accepted from Nov 24 to 29 with a late fee of Rs500. The forms may also be submitted with a late fee of Rs1,000 from Dec 1 to 6.

Meanwhile, a separate KU release notified corrections in the BCom exam (regular) examination programme. It said that the address of the Government Degree Girls College (serial no.64) should be read as Block 16, and not Block 15, F B Area. Also, the examination centre, Hashmat Memorial College (serial no.29) should be read as the Department of Biochemistry, University of Karachi, it added.

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Ghulam Mohammad Mahar Medical College's affiliation with PMDC issue
Sukkur: The issue of Ghulam Mohammad Mahar Medical College's affiliation with the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council was resolved after a special team of the PMDC, which visited the college on Saturday, declared that it met the standard required for registration with PMDC.

The team has assured students of the college that the college was likely to be granted affiliation by the end of this year, it is reliably learnt.

The team, headed by Professor Hameed Masoodi and including Sindh Health Secretary Mohammad Hussain Syed, visited classrooms and library of the college and different wards of the Civil Hospital. It enquired from the students about the syllabus from 1st year to 4th year MBBS.

Prof Hameed assured the students that a report will be sent to federal and provincial governments in due course for prompting affiliation of college.

Meanwhile, Medical Superintendent of Civil Hospital Dr Iqbal Pathan said that he was satisfied with the visit of the team and was confident that it would meet the old demand of the students for the affiliation, thus saving their future.

He said that during the last few weeks, the provincial government has improved the infrastructure of the college besides appointing 60 professors, assistant professors and associate professors for smooth running of the classes.

It was also learnt that several doctors and associate professors have also called on the Sindh health secretary during his recent visit and urged him for regularising their jobs as they were teaching in the college without getting salaries. Leaving them, some new professors and assistant professors were regularised which they termed as grave injustice to them, they said.

They were assured by the health secretary to take the issue with Sindh chief minister and the Sindh health minister. Dawn

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Karachi Univesity announced MA results
Karachi: The University of Karachi on Saturday announced the results of MA (external) annual examination 2007. A total of 2,560 candidates appeared in the exam and 638 of them were declared successful. App

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Ad hoc lecturers stage hunger strike
Karachi: Ad hoc lecturers and "commission" passed lecturers observed hunger strike separately outside Karachi Press on Sunday, pressing the provincial government to regularize the services of the former and issue posting orders to the latter.

Anwar Kaka and other ad hoc lecturers said that the Education Department has recently regularized the services of 156 IT teachers who were appointed in grades 15 to 17 and asked as to why they were being subjected to discrimination.

They said that around 330 lecturers were appointed some four years ago through departmental procedure. They reminded PPP-P leaders that they had passed a resolution in Sindh Assembly for the regularization of their services when they were in opposition.

Meanwhile, lecturers who passed Sindh Public Service Commission examination also started hunger strike against the non-issuance of posting orders to them by the government.

Abdul Qadir Memon and others said that they had received offer letters around five months ago and completed all official formalities like obtaining medical fitness certificate and police verification letter but they were still awaiting posting orders.

They said that Sindh High Court had also issued instructions to the Sindh government to issue posting orders to 650 lecturers.

One of the lecturers alleged that the government has adopted "selective approach" towards their posting. They said that there was an acute shortage of teachers in the colleges of Sindh but the government was not showing any seriousness in this regard. The News

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Private schools should refund of vacation fee
Karachi: The provincial directorate of private educational institutions has asked managements of private schools not to charge the fee for summer vacations from their students because the current academic session will end by March 31.

Mansoob Hussain Siddiqui, director of private institutions, Sindh, noted that the students who had passed their Matric examination in the academic session 2007-08 from private schools were being charged the fee for summer vacations. He said managements of their schools would be asked to refund the fees immediately.

He advised parents of the affected students to approach the directorate for help in the refund of the fees. Besides, he added, action could also be taken against such schools for violating the relevant directive.

Mr Siddiqui also advised parents of schoolchildren to seek the directorate's help against any hike in tuition fee at any stage during an academic year, clarifying that a fee hike was allowed only at the start of an academic year. Dawn

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