Thin attendance at KU

Karachi, Sept 19: The University of Karachi (KU), on Tuesday, witnessed very thin attendance. The activists of a students' party tried to enter the KU campus but they were not allowed in as they were not the students of the university. The university has announced that all public dealing counters will reopen from today (Wednesday) for routine work. Meanwhile, the last date for the submission of fee and forms for degree examination has been extended to September 22. From September 24 to September 29, Rs100, and from October 1st to October 6, a late fee of Rs200 will be charged. Details of revised exam schedule.

Turkish Cultural Centre at KU likely
Mutaf Edrem, Consul-General of Turkey in the city, has said that his government was interested in setting up a Turkish Cultural Centre in the Department of Islamic History (IH) to foster the cultural ties between the two brotherly countries.

The Turkish Consul-General told this to the students of Modern Turkish Language at the department when he visited and addressed them on Tuesday. Dr Muhammad Sabir, Professor of Turkish Language, introduced Mr. Edrem to Dr Muhammad Shamsuddin, the Dean Faculty of Arts, and the teachers of the department. Mr Edrem donated a number of important books on the Modern Turkish Language and hoped that interest in the Language would increase among the Pakistani students. The News

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