CAP announces placement results
Karachi, Sep 4: The Director General (Colleges) Sindh and Chairman, Centralized Admission Policy (CAP) Committee Karachi, Dr Professor Rafiq Siddiqui, announced the placements results of Computer Science and Home Economics faculty on Thursday.
He stated that the process of issuance and submission of placement forms had started July 28 and the submission of late forms was August 29, 2009. The statistics collected by the CAP, shows that 93,961 forms were issued and 79,805 were received while last year the figures of issued forms was 92,000, and 82,000 forms were received by the deadline date.
As many as 1,541 male students applied in Computer Sciences this year while only 800 get placements in the faculty whereas last year 827 placements were made in the same faculty. On the other hand, 956 female candidates applied in Computer Science and 687 were offered placements in the faculty compared to 574 female students last year.
On this occasion, Dr Siddiqui said that students, who could not get admissions in Computer Sciences, would be placed in other faculties as per their second choice. As per CAP declaration, 445 female students applied in Home Economics faculty and all of them were awarded placements in different colleges.
"The all candidate's area was advised to contact the concerned colleges and complete their admissions within seven days. The classes would start within a week," Dr Siddiqui announced at the CAP head office. He added that the Cut-Off list has been issued at the colleges and male students could see their names at the colleges as per their marks.
The Adamjee Government Science College, Islamia Government Science College, Govt. Degree College, Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Block 7, Government National College (Morning), Govt. Jamia Millia Degree College (Morning), Government Superior Science College (Morning), Govt. Degree Science and Commerce College Landhi/ Korangi, Government Degree College Malir Cantt, S.M. Government Science College, Aisha Bawany Govt. Science College, Govt. Degree Science and Commerce College, Lyari, Pakistan Shipowner's Government College, Govt Degree College for Boys,7-D, North Karachi, Government Degree Boys College, Asifabad, Government College For Men Nazimabad would entertain successful students.
The Female students for same faculty were offered placements in Abdullah Govt. College for Women, Govt. College for Women Nazimabad, Sir Syed Govt. Girls College, Apwa Govt. College for Women, Govt. College for Women 11-F New Karachi, Govt. Girls College Zam Zama Gizri, Govt. College for Women Korangi-06, Govt. College for Women, Saudabad, Govt. Degree Science College, Malir Cantt, St Lawrence's Government College for Women, Govt. BAMM PECHS College for Women, Govt. College for Boys and Girls Stadium Road, and Govt. Degree College Gulshan Iqbal bl-7, he said.Your Comments
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SBTE results announced
Karachi: Controller of Examination of Sindh Board of Technical Education (SBTE), Professor Sirajul Islam Bukhari, on Thursday announced the results of Technical School Certificates (TSC) Part I, annual examinations 2009. According to the statistics of TSC Part I results, 2,069 candidates appeared from all over the province, while 1250 cleared the exams. The pass percentage of the result was 60.41 per cent, he said. The news
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SHC wants dues paid to teachers before Eid
Karachi: The Sindh High Court asked the education department and the district nazim of Thatta to pay off the dues of 1,120 teachers recruited under a human resource development project before Eidul Azha and report compliance.
District nazim Shafqat Shah Shirazi, the district co-ordination officer and other officials concerned appeared before a division bench comprising Chief Justice Sarmad Jalal Osmany and Justice Sajjad Ali Shah to say that the teachers were employed on contract under a special project.
The contract expired at the end of December 2008 but the district government paid them remunerations till February 2009. However, there was no further budgetary provision available to continue payments to the teachers.
The petitioner teachers, however, said they remained in active employment and that the project had since been extended. They contested the statement of Assistant Advocate-General Adnan Karim Memon on behalf of the education department that the project existed only on paper and that the teachers were not actually carrying out any work.
The bench remarked that it would decide other matters subsequently but the teachers should be paid their dues outstanding till June 2009 before Eid. Dawn
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