Karachi intermediate board announced HSC part-I results
Karachi, Nov 11: The Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK) on Tuesday announced the results of Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC) part I (Class XI) premedical group annual examinations 2009.
According to statistics, a total of 13,657 candidates appeared in the exams. Of these students 5,956 candidates were declared successful in all six papers.
A total of 1,854 students cleared five papers while 1,824 candidates cleared four papers.
As many as 1,970 candidates were declared pass in three papers and 1,175 students were declared pass in two papers. A total of 619 candidates cleared only one paper.
A BIEK announcement on Tuesday said that marks statements would be issued after two weeks. Marks sheets of regular candidates would be dispatched to colleges concerned, it was further announced.
HSC part-I home economics results
Karachi: The controller of examinations of the Board of Intermediate Education Karachi, Prof Agha Akbar Mirza, has announced the intermediate part I (Class XI) science home economics annual examination 2009 results.
According to statistics, a total of 385 candidates registered in the exams while 353 appeared in the exams.Some 154 candidates cleared all their seven papers. The pass percentage stood at 43.63 per cent. DawnYour Comments
11 students arrested after clash at college
Karachi: A clash between the Pukhtoon Students Organisation (PkSF) and Islami Jamiat Talaba (IJT) at the Gulshan Science & Commerce Degree College left two students injured while the police arrested 11 students belonging to the IJT on Tuesday.
According to the police, the PkSF and IJT have been at loggerheads for the last couple of days at the Gulshan College. On Tuesday, a group of PkSF members tried to enter the college and when the IJT resisted their entry, the group started aerial firing.
As a result, two IJT students were injured. When the police reached the college, most of the miscreants had fled from the scene. However, police managed to arrest 11 students belonging to the IJT and registered an FIR against them.
Removal of wall-chalking from colleges
Karachi: On the directives of Sindh Minister for Education, Pir Mazharul Haq, principals of all government colleges have been advised to ensure the removal of wall-chalking, posters and flags from their respective institutions.
This was stated by Director General Colleges, Professor Rafique Ahmed Siddiqui, while addressing a special meeting in this connection at the Sir Syed Girls College. He said that college teachers had been apprised about the minister's directives.
"All is set to promote college teachers from Grade-19 to Grade-20. "The delay is due to the non-completion of teachers' Annual Confidential Report (ACR). However, steps are afoot to send all these cases to the department," he said.
The director general said that he had also asked the college heads to send their requirement details about furniture, textbooks, lab equipment, chemicals and computers. Siddiqui urged the principals to implement the directives of the education minister so as to ensure a peaceful atmosphere in their colleges. The news
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