Karachi Pre-Engineering (Female) colleges admission list issued
Karachi, Sep 15: As many as 5514 female students have been granted placement admissions to 43 different government colleges in the faculty of pre-engineering, announced Centralised Admission Policy (CAP) Chairman and Sindh Colleges Director General Prof. Dr Rafique Ahmed Siddiqui on Monday.
As per the CAP notification, the admissions were made in accordance with the cut-off ratio, and all successful students were advised to visit their respective colleges, and complete the admissions process within a week.
According to a press release, 1,966 girls clinched A-One grade, 1,753 received an A grade while 1,114 had B-Grade and 533 and 146 female students had C and D grade respectively. Only two female students scored an E grade in the exams.
According to the notification, 733 are the maximum cut-off marks and 358 are the minimum cut-off mar at Abdullah Government College for Women. Government College for Women Nazimabad will close admission at maximum 733, minimum 648; Sir Syed Government College for Women at 779,691; APWA Government College for Women at 711, 328; respectively.
Shaheed-e-Millat Government Degree Girls College at 732 to 404; Government Girls College Al-Noor, Bl-19, F.B area at 633, 375; Govt College for Women F.B. Area Blocks-16 at 727, 327; Riaz Govt Girls College, Karachi at 700, 373; Govt Girls College N. Nazimabad, Block-M at 708, 375; Govt Girls Science and Commerce College N. Nazimabad Block-K at 696, 408.
Govt College for Women North Karachi.11B at 726, 355; Govt Girls College North Karachi, at 685, 365; Govt College for Women, 11-F, New Karachi at 633, 326; Govt Girls College Orangi town, Sec 5/C at 602, 351; Govt Degree Girls College Sector 11 1/2 Orangi Town at 622, 622; Govt Girls College Baldia Town at 712, 448; Govt Girls College Orangi Sector 7-C. at 702, 429.
Govt Degree Girls College Metroville-03, SITE at 647, 451; Govt College for Women Shahrah-e-Liaquat at 760, 342; Govt Girls Inter College Lyari at 668, 417; Govt Karachi College for Women Chand Bibi Road at 733, 419; SMB Fatima Jinnah Govt Girls College at 708, 329; Govt Girls College Zamzama Gizri at 707, 384; Govt College for Women Korangi-06 at 699, 356.
Govt College for Women Korangi-4 at 767, 335; Govt Degree Girls College Korangi 2-1/2 at 654, 461; Govt College for Women Saudabad, at 711, 339; Govt Girls Science College, Shah Faisal Colony at 682, 341; Khursheed Govt College Girls College at 738, 516; Allama Iqbal Govt Girls College at 660, 361; Liaquat Govt Girls College Malir at 703, 376; Govt Degree Science College Malir Cantt at 775, 716; Govt Degree Girls College, Landhi 3 1/2 at 651, 376; Govt Girls College PIB Colony at 673, 412; St Lawrence Government College for Women at 760, 714; Govt Girls Science College Lines Area at 735, 378; Govt PECHS College for Women at 808, 737; Khatoon-e-Pakistan Govt College for Women at 757, 680; Govt College for Boys and Girls, Stadium Road at 748, 684; Govt Degree Gulshan College, Bl-7 at 776, 667; Govt Girls College Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Shaikh Zaid at 742, 637; Govt Girls College Gulistan-e-Jauhar at 733, 457; Govt Girls College Mehmoodabad at 674, 320.
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CS wants master plan of Education City approved
Karachi: Chief Secretary (CS) Sindh, Fazalur Rehman, on Monday asked the relevant departments to get the master plan of the Education City approved by the competent authority immediately. He issued these directives to the executive committee of the Education City being developed in Karachi.
Rehman, while presiding over a meeting at his office, asked the Board of Revenue Sindh to expeditiously ensure the survey of the land linked to the Education City in consultation with the Sindh Forest Department.
Meanwhile in another meeting, the CS constituted a four-member committee to verify the cases of resettlement pertaining to the Lyari Expressway Resettlement Programme (LERP), Keamari-based (344 cases) and Northern Bypass Karachi (40 cases). The committee headed by Additional Executive District Officer Revenue, Karachi, Matanat Ali Khan, shall review case to case and verify the status of all cases. The committee has been asked to submit a report within a week.
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Health ministry's tardiness adversely affects students
Karachi: A large number of medical students, who could easily have gotten admissions at government institutions, have had to opt for expensive private medical colleges instead due to the late issuance of the admission policy by the health ministry.
This was stated in a press release issued by current Pakistan Islamic Medical Association (PIMA) President Prof. Dr Sohail Akhtar, and former FIMA president Dr Misbah ul Aziz. Prof. Dr Sohail said that next time around, the admission policy of provincial medical colleges should be announced prior to the admission process so that students do not feel any sort of pressure.
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Youth festival winners put prize money to good use
Karachi: The cash prizes which were distributed to the winners of the recent youth festival have been put to good use and all the winners seem to be moving a step ahead in their respective arts after the festival.
"I always wanted a platform to perform and I never expected in my whole life that I would be ever able to perform on the big stage," Shan Ali, an independent participant who won the second best singer award at the youth festival said. He further said that it was very surprising for him that the government had provided him with a platform where he did not require "a big name or an institute" to back him up, and that, all performances were judged by professionals and decisions were made on the basis of merit.
"Although I haven't received the cheque from the governor yet, but I will use the money that I won to hire a studio and make my own soundtrack for the first time," Ali said.
On the other hand, the winners of the short film prizes said that they will use the money to fund their next films, which they will now make "more professionally".
"The cash prize that I received has provided me the opportunity to use professional actors for my next film. I now aim to make a bigger and better film which will be sent to festivals worldwide," Syed Zeeshan, the runner-up of the best short film competition said.
He further added that apart from the cash, the active participation of the government also boosted his confidence. "Next year, there will definitely be more submissions because now people know that after a long time, the government is interested in reviving the liberal arts," Zeeshan said.
Apart from solo artists, a lot of underground bands also participated in the competition. "All members of our band shared the cash prize that we received and now we aim to buy better equipment for future performances," Asher Minhas, the lead guitarist of rock band Infinity, which was the winner of this portion of the competition, said. He was of the opinion that earlier, there was just one platform - Battle of the Bands - where underground bands used to perform. "Now it is great that we not only have another platform, but a State-run platform where an artist can really call himself an ambassador for his country," Minhas said.
All the success stories of the youth festival justify the words of Sindh Youth Affairs Minister Faisal Sabswari, who had said on the inaugural day of the event: "If you lay the foundation of something that is not decided on merit and has negative thoughts behind it from the start, then it leads to a vicious cycle; but if you do something with utmost determination to bring about change, then you will always see a better tomorrow." The news
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