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BSEK announces Class IX results
Karachi, Sep 25: Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK) announced the result of HSC Part I (General) on Wednesday. A total of 34,029 students both private and regular registered with the board, out of which 32,334 students appeared in the examination. A total of 13,804 students passed in all papers as the passing percent age remained at 42.69. Results of some 50 candidates have been withheld while that of six candidates would be decided later once their involvement in using unfair means is decided by the BSEK.

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KU results compilation system computerised
Karachi: The process of compilation of results at the University of Karachi has been completely computerised. The process of Master Checking of results has also been introduced. The system of codification by senior professors has already been introduced in Medical Examination and is going to be implemented in the coming B.Com, Examinations.

For the assessment of examination scripts, the system of centralised assessment will be introduced in the coming graduation examinations so that results compilation process may become quicker. To prevent misuse of marks sheet the scanned coloured photograph is being printed on the mark sheet of all final year students.

The attendance sheet with scanned photographs has been introduced for stopping impersonation cases in examination. Admit cards with scanned photographs will be introduced soon to check the tempering of photographs in admit cards. The enrolment section is also issuing the enrolment/registration cards with scanned photographs.

The unauthorised change of centre by candidate causes delay in declaration of result. To curb the practice of sitting at examination centres of students' own choice, the competent authority has decided to cancel the results of such candidates in the coming examination.

Unauthorised change of subjects is another cause of delay in the declaration of results. To curb this practice the penalty has been raised to Rs1,000. Since long it was a practice to allow the students to appear in the examination irrespective of registration/ enrolment year. To make the tabulation process faster the results of students will be valid for five years only after registration/enrolment. However, the candidates having old registration/enrolment are provided last chance in the examination 2008.

The examination department was facing a lot of problems due to incomplete submission of examination forms. A committee has been constituted to scrutinize such forms and some measures have been taken to improve this situation in the light of recommendations of the committee.

A scrutiny committee comprising two Deans of different faculties of the university and one principal of affiliated colleges has been constituted. The committee is responsible to look into the discrepancies being observed during the scrutiny of examination scripts.

As a result of computerization, the results of eight subjects of MA Previous and Final have been declared within short period of two and half months.

In order to declare results in shortest possible time the cooperation of teachers was also sought. Wherever, the number of faculty members are sufficient in the department restriction of assessing not more than 500 scripts is imposed so that assessment work may be expedited.

The declaration of the results in less than two and half months indicates improvement as compared to the previous years when the result was usually announced in four to six months. The News

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Admission schedule for Sindh University Laar College of Badin
Hyderabad: The University of Sindh on Wednesday announced that admission to BEd, MEd and MA education under evening programme at the Sindh University Laar College of Badin would start on Sept 30.

According to a notification, the candidates having BA, BSc, BCom or BA Education degrees with at least 45 per cent marks, are eligible to apply for admission to Bed and the candidates having BEd or BA Education (Hon) degrees with at least 45 per cent marks are eligible to apply for admission to MEd.

It said that the candidates having BA, BSc, and BCom degrees with at least 45 per cent marks were eligible to apply for admission to MA Education.

Admission forms could be obtained from the branch of HBL Old Campus or from the office of principal of Sindh University Laar College Badin from Sept 30.

Last date for submission of forms at the college had been fixed as Nov 20 and the regular classes would start with effect from Jan 1, 2009, the notification said.

The University of Sindh has decided to introduce a course of innovation and entrepreneurship in the new academic session of 2009 at different levels in public administration and economics under the Faculty of Social Sciences.

The decision was taken at a meeting presided over by the university's vice chancellor Mazharul Haq Siddiqui on Wednesday.

The meeting discussed a letter from the chairman of Higher Education Commission for introducing a course of innovation and entrepreneurship in the country's universities.

The dean of Faculty of Social Sciences informed that a meeting of the heads of faculty agreed to the proposal and decided to introduce innovation and entrepreneurship courses in the Departments of Economics and Public Administration in the first phase.

The meeting also was attended among others by pro-vice chancellor Dr Rafia Ahmed Shaikh, dean of Faculty of Social Sciences Dr. Iqbal Ahmed Panhwar and Registrar Muhammad Saleh Rajar. Dawn

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BASR, KU issues revised schedule of M.S., PhD and M.S. (Surgery) and M.D.
Karachi: Board of Advanced Study and Research (BASR), University of Karachi (KU) has announced that the revised schedule for M.S., PhD and M.S. (Surgery) and M.D. (Medicine) admissions-2008. The provisional list for the eligible candidates who will appear in the entrance test on September 30 and admission test on October 19, the final list of successful candidates will be displayed on October 31. The fee could be paid till November 30, orientation course will begin from December 1 to 6 and the teaching will commence from January 1, 2009. The News

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University-bound students stuck at home without visas
Karachi: When it comes to further studies, the United Kingdom (UK), United States of America (USA) and Canada take the lion's share of students completing their A-Levels in Pakistan. And all three have a varying and nerve-wrecking visa process.

Students who have secured admissions in North America head off for university latest by the end of August, while those heading to the UK have to apply for the visa in August or September and wait for 10 to 15 working days for the visa application to be processed by the British High Commission (BHC) in Islamabad. The applicants are then told to check their status online on or by calling the visa call centre. It all sounds quite simple but it really isn't.

Still waiting: Students who applied for the visa in late August are still waiting for news. One such student is Alizeh, who claims that she applied for her visa in August. "I applied on August 29 and am still waiting. The infuriating bit is that the staff says that the process will take 15 working days at the most. Why can't they be honest from the very outset?" she said.

Usman is another stranded student. "It says 15 working days on their website but it has been a month since I applied. After all the hard work of meeting my offer and gaining admission, I fail to understand where I stand with a visa," he said. The students' restlessness does not seem unreasonable when one learns that many of them have missed their orientations and enrollment at university and stand also to lose their places in the universities if they don't reach the respective country in time.

Tanya's orientation was on Monday, with enrollment on Tuesday, and she was required to check-in at her accommodation two days in advance. Although she has packed and is ready to go, she doesn't have a visa. "I email the university everyday and give them any updates I get. I had to beg the accommodation administration to extend my deadline. If I don't go this week, I don't know what's going to happen," she said.

"We're sitting here all prepared, with our flights booked and everything ready, but we do not know what lies ahead. We've all worked so hard for this and now this opportunity is slipping by because of forces outside our control," said a frustrated Hira.

The frustration has intensified after the bomb blast in Islamabad, which has resulted in the closure of the BHC for a few days. "Its like we're clutching at straws," said Husain, another bitter applicant. "The uncertainty of not having our visas is really what is pushing all the wrong buttons."

"While we fully understand the situation of the high commission, we feel that the protracted delay of our visa is the result of the commission officers shirking from their jobs," said Nadir. Aeimen is another bitter soul who claims that she has been left speechless. "I can't believe that they aren't giving visas. This just adds to the problem... we don't get our visas, we don't get educated and then we're back to square one! It's a vicious circle!"

Rosie seems to be the optimist of the bunch "hoping for the best yet expecting the worst." According to Zaine, the uncertainty about the visa status is beyond frustrating. "There is absolutely nothing we can do except sit, wait and worry. It brings a bitter taste to an otherwise momentous occasion," he said. "I have applied for my UK student visa since September 5 but still haven't received any updates. It's getting really frustrating as my classes have already commenced and the deadline of enrolment is right around the corner," said Mohammad Fahad.

Ahad, who submitted his visa on August 26, said, "My university, LSE, opens on September 26 and I still haven't received my passport." Mohammad Yasir, who applied on August 25, is freaked out as his classes commenced yesterday and his university has only extended his deadline till September 26.

Rabab claims that the students will waste a year if they don't get the visas on time. "The term begins next Monday and attendance is compulsory. Failure to show up on the first day means withdrawal." Amal is another distraught student, "This whole process has given the word 'patience' an entirely new meaning. There should be at least some form of coordination between the BHC (British High Commission) and UK universities. On one hand, we're receiving one email after another warning us of enrolment and accommodation deadlines and, on the other hand, our passports are not being returned a month after we've applied. It's utterly unfair." Daily Times

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