NED university Bachelor programme annual exams rescheduled
Karachi, Oct 31: It is notified for the information of the students of NED University of Engineering and Technology that the timings of all the theory papers of Bachelor programme annual examinations 2009 have been rescheduled from November 2009.
According to a press statement issued here on Friday, the exam of first and second year will be held from 9:30am to 12:30pm and 9:00am to 1:00pm, third and fourth (final) year will be held from 2:00pm to 5:00pm while that of fifth year (architecture) will be held from 2:00pm to 5:00pm.
However, the examination of theory papers of second year/fourth (final) year annual examination 2009, earlier postponed, shall be held on the same dates and time already notified vide No. NED/Ex (E)/F-1-4/2662 dated 28.10.09, the statement added.
KU exam forms, MA Mass Comm result
Last date for submission of KU exam forms
Karachi: The Controller of Examinations, University of Karachi (KU), has announced that October 31 is the last date for submission of examination forms, without late fees, for BA/BCom/BOL and BSc (improvement of division) for external candidates.
MA Mass Comm result
Karachi: The Semester Examination Section, University of Karachi (KU) has announced the results of MA (Mass Communication), Evening Programme. Zehra Atiq (77.80 per cent) has secured First class first position followed by Tooba Zaheer (77.35 per cent) who stood Second and Ali Wahid (74.10 per cent) secured third position, according to a press statement issued here on Friday. The news
Educational institutes received threat letters
Karachi: Nearly 5 private elite educational institutions in the megalopolis have been sent threat letters by unknown people or groups, denouncing the Army operation in the South Waziristan.
Missionary and community educational institutions are on the real risk of any possible terrorism, it has been learnt.
Keeping in view the threat letters, the provincial government has beefed up the security and deployed additional contingent of police and Rangers in and around the said institutions that include some elite private universities and schools, a government official said.
He said that the government was trying to protect all educational institutions in the City, while missionary and community schools were in real danger.
On the other hand, parents and guardians of the students are concerned about the law and order situation and reports of terrorism and some of them are not willing to send their children to the institutions.
Some schools' managements are of the view that their schools running with around 90 per cent attendance of the students; but the situation required fool proof security for the educational institutions.
Director Private Institutions, Sindh, Mansoob Siddiqui said that the government was trying to provide the organisations with all necessary security tips and techniques to prevent institutions from any untoward situation.
He said that an eight-point security plan had already been given to all the private schools just after the reopening of all private and government schools in the province which were closed for four days from October 21 to 24.
All administrations of the schools are directed to replace buildings' doors and window glasses with gas-based glasses which are being used in vehicles wind screens so that casualties could be minimised in case of any incident, he said. Under the plan, all administrations of the schools are advised to issue ID cards to school bus drivers and vendors, while try to avoid setting any mob outside the schools' buildings.
Bomb hoax at Saint Joseph School
Karachi: Conversely, a bomb hoax at the primary section of Saint's Joseph School on Friday morning created immense panic and fear among the students and staff of the Saint Joseph School, it has been learnt.
The hoax forced the law enforcement agencies to cordon off and evacuate the school building, a source in the school said. He said that the building had been cleared after few moments while the school routine was suspended for nearly 15 minutes.
It is pertinent to mention here that some senior officials of the Sindh Education Department were unaware about the event when they were contacted. The nation
11 seminary students arrested
Hyderabad: The Hyderabad Police arrested 11 seminary student from Madrasa Shamsul Uloom from Khawja Gharib Nawaz Colony near the vegetable market here on Friday night. The CID of the Hyderabad Police nabbed these seminary students over suspicion and took them to an unknown location.The names of those arrested were not available and investigation were underway. These students arrived from the NWFP last night. The news
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