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Karachi intermediate commerce part-II results 2009

Karachi intermediate results of Commerce Part-II 2009 announced
Karachi, Oct 3: The Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK) announced the results of Commerce Part-II (Regular and Private) annual examinations-2009 on Friday. Seventy colleges yielded less than 30 per cent results, while seven colleges produced no results, revealed BIEK Chairman Anwar Ahmed Zai, adding that serious action would be taken against these colleges and a notification has been issued to this effect.

BIEK has announced Rs500 per month scholarship for the top 20 students for the next two years at a ceremony held by the board in honour of the position holders. Zai said that the number of commerce students has increased manifold, and that private institutes were producing better results as compared to public sector colleges. He said that the mark-sheets of candidates will be issued to their respective institutions within two weeks time.

According to the results issued, candidates of private institutes bagged all top positions. Most of the private group candidates appeared in combined papers. The first position in private group was clinched by Amna Mazhar, a young working woman, who obtained 815 out of 1100 marks (74.09 per cent). NCR College of Emerging Technologies Director Deshmukh announced a Rs20,000 cash award for Mazhar, while Syed Khalid Shah of All Private Schools Management Association (Sindh) announced a prize of Rs10,000 on behalf of his association.

Anum Fatima bagged second position with 812 marks (73.82 per cent), while the third position went to Sana Ali with 801 marks (72.82 per cent).

As per the result, 10,185 out of 10,590 registered male candidates took up the exams and 3,945 candidates were declared successful, with an overall pass percentage of 38.73. Among 2,489 registered female candidates, 2,413 appeared in the exams and 770 candidates cleared all papers, with a pass percentage of 31.91.

The results of 37 students have been withheld for using unfair means, while the results of 13 candidates have been withheld for want of correct information or necessary documents.

None of the candidates could obtain Grade A-One, and only 14 candidates - eight male and six female - secured Grade A. As many as 359 male and 107 female candidates secured Grade B; 1,584 male and 348 female candidates received Grade C. Further, 1,905 male and 292 female candidates received Grade D, while 83 male and 15 female candidates were placed in Grade E. Six male and two female candidates in private group cleared the examination without any grade.

Last year, 11,252 candidates had appeared in the said examinations in the private group, of whom 4,709 candidates passed the exams with the pass percentage of 41.85.

In the regular group, 18,291 out of 18,568 registered male students appeared in the exams and 7,616 candidates cleared all papers, putting the overall pass percentage at 41.64. Among 11,824 registered female candidates, 11,690 appeared in the exams, 6,901 passed the exam, putting the overall pass percentage at 59.03.

Fourteen cases of unfair means were reported during the exams and the results of three students have been withheld for want of correct information.

Hira Alavi of DHA Degree College for Women, Phase-VIII, clinched overall first position by obtaining 912 out of total 1100 marks (82.91 per cent), Sania Aftab Bhuvad of Commecs Institute of Business and Emerging Sciences bagged second position with 907 marks (82.45 per cent), while third position was shared by Mohammad Hunain of NCR College of Emerging Technologies and Saniya Siddiqui of Commecs Institute of Business and Emerging Sciences. Both secured 898 marks (81.64 per cent).

As many as 15 male and 13 female candidates bagged Grade A-One; 441 male and 588 female candidates secured Grade A; 1,417 male and 2,018 female candidates obtained Grade B. Further, 2,878 male and 2791 female candidates secured Grade C; 2,737 male and 1,462 female candidates got Grade D, while 128 male and 29 female candidates were placed in Grade E.

Owing to some family problems, I could not go to college, and that's why I preferred to appear as a private candidate. I have been working in a private firm for the past two years to support my family, and it was my tutor who encouraged me and maintained his belief in me to appear in the exams. I am interested in pursuing a bachelor's degree in Marketing. - Amna Mazhar, first position (private)

My father is a banker and I am very inspired by him. I never took tuitions, but I do think that there is a dire need to improve course syllabi.- Hira Alavi, first position (regular). The news

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Admission policy for the Sindh government medical colleges
Karachi: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah would soon announce the admissions policy for the government medical colleges in the province, Sindh Health Minister Dr Sagheer Ahmed said here on Friday.

He said a committee comprising provincial ministers for education, health and law had already submitted its recommendations on a new policy to the chief minister. APP

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Government assailed over attempt on DUHS Pro Vice chancellor's life
Karachi: Describing the incident of firing on the pro-vice chancellor of the Dow University of Health Sciences as an attempted targeted killing, the DUHS vice-chancellor and other senior doctors urged the government on Friday to immediately arrested and punish the culprits.

Accompanied by other senior doctors of the city, DUHS VC Prof Masood Hameed Khan said at a press conference that they were not satisfied with the performance of the police and other agencies investigating the case.

He said the attempt on the life of the PVC, Dr Salahuddin Afsar, had saddened the entire community of doctors, who now felt that their lives were at the mercy of gunmen.

He said an FIR had also been lodged with the police after the incident, but no follow-up had been witnessed. After the Sindh governor, who is also the chancellor of the university, was informed of the incident, a police official had visited the wounded doctor at a private hospital, he said, adding that the relevant agencies had failed to act in the case.

Prof Khan said Dr Afsar was seriously wounded late on Sept 28 night when he was leaving a private clinic in North Nazimabad. He received gunshot wounds in his lower abdomen and pelvis. He was rushed to hospital, where his condition is now stable, he added.

"Despite concerns among the faculty members and demands for a judicial inquiry into the incident, no one from the police or investigation agencies had contacted me or any other doctor, which reflects the callous attitude of the police and others at the helm of affairs towards the doctors," said Dr Khan.

He said the faculty members of his university and others medical professionals had been holding meetings after the incident and demanding security to the medical and paramedical professionals as they were health custodian of society.

He said a meeting of senior faculty members had decided that a protest meeting would be held at the Dow Medical College on Oct 6. The meeting would review progress, if any, made by the authorities and decide a future line of action to press the government for action in the matter.

He said the incident had shaken the doctors, but it was more shocking that no one from government high-ups had visited them to assuage their concerns.

The vice-chancellor stressed the need for measures to end attacks on doctors' lives that took place from time to time not only in Karachi but in other cities also.

A couple of professionals and office-bearers of the Pakistan Medical Association and the Pakistan Islamic Medical Association were also present at the press conference.

They expressed their solidarity with the Dow and CHK doctors, and criticised the government for its indifference in the matter. Dawn

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Art exhibition held at Indus Valley School of Art
Karachi: The fourth annual Machar Art exhibition was held at the Zahoorul Ikhlaq Gallery, Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture. Titled "Yahan Say Shehr Ko Dekho", the exhibition displayed works by students, part of a six week summer art workshop conducted in Machar Colony.

Organised by the Concern for Children Trust (CFC), this is the fourth year running where volunteers and members of the CFC along with prominent artists have gone into arguably one of the largest slums of South Asia and try and teach children about art as a means of expression. It also is a medium where the children themselves can earn money for such programmes.

Talking to media men in a press briefing improvised at the event site artist Adnan Lotia, who coordinated the syllabi for the six week course, said that volunteers from the Karachi School of Art helped out this year to good effect. Additionally the course was designed to offer a therapy for the children via art expressions.

The course reaches out to 250 children based in different schools of the Machar Colony. For the past two years professional photographers have been included into the fold who impart technical education about photography. The children are then handed small point-and-shoot cameras and asked to go about their community and shoot. Similarly, in the art classes, students are given basic training and then assignments are given. While the aim is to reach out to as many kids as possible, the subsequent trips each year and a near 100 per cent retention record has meant that the courses for art and photography have been divided into Level I and Level II for students with different skill levels and previous training. The news

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