Centralised admission policy humanities (female) results

Karachi colleges admission results of Humanities (Female) announced
Karachi, Sep 25: Sindh Colleges Director General and the Chairman of the Centralised Admission Policy (CAP), Professor Dr Rafique Ahmed Siddiqui, announced on Thursday that 8,541 female students have been granted admissions in 50 government colleges in the faculty of Humanities.

According to a press release issued, all the admissions were given on merit. Chairman CAP has advised successful students to visit their respective colleges and complete their admissions process within a week as the classes are scheduled to begin soon after the completion of admissions.

The results showed that 180 female students secured A-One grade while 893 and 2,171 students received A and B grade respectively. 3,156 and 1,958 female candidates managed to acquire C and D grades in the exams whereas 183 had an E grade. All the results are available on the CAP's official website, the Chairman said.

Students could find their results by entering the 'form number' or 'roll number' or their name or father's name, he further said.

CAP process concluded
Karachi: With the announcement of Humanities results (Female), the process of the Centralised Admission Policy (CAP) has been completed, and all students whose names appeared in the placement lists have been directed to complete their admissions in the relevant colleges, the Sindh Colleges Director General and Chairman CAP, Professor Dr Rafiq Ahmed Siddiqui said on Thursday.

The classes for Science Groups have started and that of Commerce and Humanities Groups will begin from next week in all colleges, Dr Siddiqui further stated.

Out of a total of 94,145 admission forms issued, 81,711 were submitted and there were 81,180 total placements offered in different faculties, he said.

According to a press release issued on Thursday, 800 placements were made in Computer Science (Male) and 687 for Females, in the same faculty.

As many as 443 total placements were offered in Home Economics while 15,708 admissions were given in the Pre-Engineering (Male) category. There were 10,104 placements offered in Pre-Medical (Female) and a total of 2,928 in Pre-Medical (Male).

Furthermore, 5,514 placements were made in Pre-Engineering (Female) and a total of 20,057 in Commerce (Male) whereas 13, 375 for females in the same faculty. Meanwhile, 3,023 and 8,541 placements were offered in Humanities Male and Female respectively. The news

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650 ad-hoc lecturers not paid since June
Karachi: The Sindh Professors' and Lecturers' Association (SPLA) on Thursday criticised the provincial education department for not honouring its commitment of disbursing salaries to 650 ad-hoc lecturers before Eidul Fitr.

SPLA President Prof Ather Hussain Mirza said that the payment of salaries to about 650 ad-hoc lecturers was stopped in June. He said the provincial education department despite its repeated assurances given to the SPLA had neither disbursed their salaries for the last three months nor taken up the issue of regularisation seriously.

He said that the education department by not disbursing salaries to the ad-hoc lecturers deprived them and their families of festivities on Eid.

It was ironical that at a time when there was a shortage of around 3,000 teachers in colleges across Sindh, the government was reluctant to regularise the services of ad-hoc lecturers, Prof Mirza said.

As against the sanctioned strength of 8,500 college teachers, only 5,500 teachers are working at government colleges in the province, according to SPLA.

The association's president said that there was a dearth of teachers of English, physics, mathematics and commerce in colleges and requested the education minister to get the salary and regularisation issues of ad-hoc lecturers resolved at the earliest. He also demanded that arrangements be made to appoint teachers on a priority basis to overcome teachers' shortage in government colleges. Dawn


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