CAP declares Pre-Med (female) result
Karachi, Sep 11: Centralised Admission Policy (CAP) Chairman and Sindh Colleges Director General Prof. Dr Rafique Ahmed Siddiqui announced the placement results of Pre-Medical (Female) for Class XI on Thursday.
As per the notification, 10,104 admissions were allotted in 43 intermediate colleges. All admissions will be made accordingly to cut-off ratio, he said.
Prof. Siddiqui has advised all successful students to visit concerned colleges and complete their admissions process within seven days, as classes would start after a week.
According to the notification, the maximum cut-off marks are 751, and the minimum cut-off marks at Abdullah Government College for Women are 603. The College for Women Nazimabad will close admission at (maximum 745, minimum 666), Sir Syed Government College for Women (775,692) Apwa Government College for Women (716, 568) respectively.
Furthermore, Shaheed-e-Millat Government Degree Girls College has opened seats for students from 594 to 709.Government Girls College Al-Noor, Bl-19, F.B area (705, 386). Govt. College for Womens F.B. Area Blocks-16 (726, 537). Riaz Govt. Girls College, Karachi (687, 421). Govt. Girls College N. Nazimabad, Block-M (718, 562). Govt. Girls Science and Commerce College N. Nazimabad Block-K (714, 441).
Govt. College for Women North Karachi.11B (741, 384). Govt. Girls College North Karachi, (709, 405). Govt. College for Women, 11-F, New Karachi (723, 390). Govt. Girls College Orangi town, Sec 5/C (718, 394). Got Degree Girls College Sector 11 1/2 Orangi Town.(586, 383). Govt. Girls College Baldia Town (765, 564). Govt. Girls College Orangi Sector 7-C. (709, 448).
Govt. Deg Girls College Metroville-03, SITE (691, 485). Govt. College for Women Shahrah-e-Liaquat (744, 614). Govt. Girls Inter College Lyari (720, 386). Govt. Karachi College for Women Chand Bibi Road (731, 436). SMB Fatima Jinnah Govt. Girls College (745, 523), Govt Girls College Zamzaman Gizri (732, 564), Govt. College for Women Korangi-06 (763, 419).
Govt. College for Women Korangi-4 (742, 636), Govt. Degree Girls College Korangi 2-1/2 (712, 386), Govt. College for Women Saudabad, (732, 384), Govt. Girls Science College, Shah Faisal Colony (715, 385), Khursheed Govt. College Girls College (728, 361), Allama Iqbal Govt. Girls College (702, 533), Liaquat Govt Firls College Malir (722, 392), Govt. Degree Science College Malir Cantt (768, 716), Govt. Degree Girls College, Landhi 3 1/2 (691, 518), Govt. Girls College PIB Colony (743, 387), St. Lawrence Government College for Women (765, 732), Govt. Girls Science College Lines Area (719, 385), Govt PECHS College for Women (813, 746), Khatoon-e-Pakistan Govt College for Women (754, 705), Govt Boys College for Boys and Girls, Stadium Road (781, 734), Govt Degree Gulshan College, Bl-7 (770, 667), Govt Girls College Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Shaiakh Zaid (765, 666), Govt Girls College Guslitan-e-Jauhar (717, 614), Govt Girls College Mehmoodabad (715, 395). The news
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Call to ban student unions in varsities
Karachi: The Sindh Democratic Forum (SDF) has demanded that all student politics carried out by the students' wings of political parties should be banned and only healthy student unions should be allowed to function inside the universities.
SDF in its statement issued on Thursday termed that the tragic incident of the murder of a Mehran University student and the subsequent closure of all universities in and around Hyderabad has once again brought the enormous loss to the process of learning in the province that is already trailing behind all other provinces of Pakistan, and most countries of the world.
SDF is of the opinion that this state of affairs is a result of bringing criminals into student politics, the inefficiency and lack of commitment of the faculty and apathy and disinterest of the government. SDF said that the criminal elements in student wings had been carried out through 'selected' political groups who have played in the hands of the enemies of Sindh which have bringing death to the education and learning in the province.
"We, the parents of the children studying in these universities, are extremely unhappy and angry and hold the political groups including innumerable factions of political parties responsible for the cover and protection that they have given to criminals and murderers," it added.
SDF simultaneously holds the Sindh and Mehran university administrations responsible for the crisis. The murderers of SPSF have the backing and protection of the higher officials of Sindh university and district administration. These students should be rusticated immediately and must be jailed on murder charges.
SDF thinks that Sindh can no more withstand ignorance and illiteracy. A nation cannot be built without the basis of sound education. It is therefore imperative that top most priority be given to maintain peace and order in the higher institutions of learning for which the responsibility lies equally on the government, faculty, administration and civil society.
It demands major punishment of rustication for all such students who, in anyway, disrupt classes or insult teachers.
SDF appealed to the society to join hands and raise its collective voice against the crimes being committed in the name of student politics in our institutions of higher learning.
Unless the citizens raise their voice and criticise the political groups openly and forcefully, for their support and patronisation of the criminal elements in student politics, this curse and menace will never come to an end. The nation
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KU awards M.Phil degrees
Karachi: Registrar University of Karachi Prof Muhammad Rais Alvi has announced th at the Board of Advanced Studies & Research (BASR), University of Karachi in its meeting held on September 8 and 9 under the chair of Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Pirzada Qasim Raza Siddiqui, awarded 09 MPhil and 20 PhD degrees in various disciplines.
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Secretaries to visit site of medical college in Lyari
Karachi: The Sindh health secretary was asked on Thursday by Chief Secretary Fazalur Rehman to visit sites in Lyari where the Lyari Medical College may be established. The college is part of the Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Medical University. Rehman issued these instructions during a meeting on Thursday. The team will inspect the area of the teachersí training college behind the Lyari Degree College, Nursing Hostel and other feasible areas, and submit report to the chief secretary. The news
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