Pre-Engineering (Male) Class XI placement results announced
Karachi, Sep 08: The Director General (Colleges) Sindh and Chairman of the Centralized Admission Policy, Karachi, Professor Dr Rafique Ahmed Siddiqui, on Monday, announced the placement results of Pre Engineering (Male) for Class XI for government colleges of Karachi.
According to a handout issued total 15708 admissions were granted in 43 intermediate colleges and admissions will be given as per cut-off ratio in the colleges.
"All candidates' are advised to visit concerned college and complete their admissions process within seven days. The classes would start from September 15, 2009," Dr Siddiqui advised successful students.
The CAP has issued a list with the cut-off marks to guide the students. Adamjee Government Science College, maximum 786 and minimum 729, Islamia Government Science College, (744 to 590), Government PECHS Education Foundation College, (745 to 642), Government Degree Boys College, Gulzar-e-Hijri from 683 to 515, Govt. Degree College, Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Block-7, (750 to 670), Government National College (Morning) from 723 to 618, Government Degree Boys College Stadium Road, (747 to 687), Government Degree Boys College Gulistan-e-Johar, (710 to 607), Government Jamia Millia Degree College (Morning), (685 to 436), Government superior Science College (Morning), (783 to 562), Government Degree Science and Commerce College Landhi / Korangi, from 767 to 456, Government Boys College Landhi-4 (695 to 425), Allama Iqbal Govt Boys Science College (M) from 696 to 531, Government Degree Science College Malir, (723 to 426), Government Degree College Malir Cantt, (808 to 694), Government Degree College, Boys College Razaqabad, from 686 to 428, Government Degree College, Murad Menon Goth, (684 to 430), Government Degree Boys College Quaidabad from 699 to 425, Government Degree Boys College, Korangi 2 ž, (710 to 450), D.J Sindh Government Science College, (779 to 705), S. M. Govt Science College, from 727 to 643, Z.M Government Inter Science Nabi Bagh College, (690 to(537), Government Aisha Bawany College (Morning), (707 to 607), Government Degree Science and Commerce College, Lyari from 702 to 425, Haji Abdullah Haroon Government College, (M), (733 to 425), Government Dehli Inter Science College (791 to 688), Government City College, (Morning), (676 to 478), Government Degree Science College, Liaquatabad from 662 to 446, Govt Siraj ud Daulah College, (Morning), (682 to 446), Pakistan Shipowner's Government College from 723 to 536, Govt Degree College for Boys 7-D, North Karachi, (710 to 425), Govt Degree College for Boys, Mango Pir from 658 to 440, Government Degree Boys College, Konxar Village, (680 to 433), Govt Degree Boys College Surjani Town, (711 to 425), Govt Degree Boys College, 5L New Karachi from 704 to 425, Govt Degree Boys College, Buffer Zone, (672 to 518), Govt Degree Boys College, North Nazimabad, (744 to 549), Govt. Degree science and Commerce College Orangi from 683 to 427, Govt Degree Boys College, Asifabad, (703 to 425), Government Degree Boys College, Jungle Shah from 697 to 426, Govt Degree Boys College, Shame Peer, (742 to 667), Govt Degree Boys College, Shams Peer from 558 to 434 and Govt Degree Boys College, KMC Store, (583 to 429). The news
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Medical university in Lyari soon
Karachi: Higher Education Commission (HEC) chairman Dr Javed Laghari called on Sindh chief secretary Fazlur Rehman on Monday and discussed the matters relating to the establishment of Benazir Bhutto Medical University in Lyari Town.
It was decided during the meeting that the university would have faculties of medical science, engineering, humanities and other social sciences in accordance with the charter of the HEC.
The university, which is to be established on the premises of the Pakistan Marine Academy, would work under the government of Sindh.
The official announcement of its establishment would be made after required formalities were reached between the HEC and the Sindh government, it was also decided.
The university would work under the Sindh government and would start functioning by December 2009.
The education secretary has been asked to send a summary to the Sindh chief minister for approval.Meanwhile, the health secretary has been asked to take necessary steps for the establishment of a teaching hospital in Lyari adjacent to the Lyari General Hospital. Dawn
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Online career planning for finance professionals
A new online training resource – developed by accountants for accountants - is launched today by ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants).Called ACCA COMPASS, the resource assesses core competencies and abilities online. It is unique to ACCA and developed for accountants by finance professionals.
The resources allow members to benchmark their skills against a given role at various levels of experience. It also allows them to create a development pathway on the same career trajectory or into a parallel track. This is complimented by a guide book, also available online, "ACCA guide to career pathways in public practice".
Mr Arif Masud Mirza, Head of ACCA Pakistan, commented: "Our career pathways guide offers advice on working in areas such as audit, taxation and advisory work. It can help people answer the tough career questions like 'Is this role right for me? How do I progress? Where do I go next?' "Some may think they are locked into a particular role - but external moves are possible with careful career planning. For instance some public practice audit professionals can and do move into the corporate sector."
"Continuing professional development (CPD) is integral to any credible profession - legal, medical and financial. When it comes to accountancy, to add value to their clients, all accounting professionals must remain competent and up to date throughout their careers - and with ACCA this is done through our dedicated CPD scheme called ACCA Realise. Together with ACCA Compass, accountants can be assured that they will be bringing benefit to business, that they'll be pointed in the right direction and that they will be taking an active role in their own careers." -Shakaib Khan
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SBTE beautician course results
Karachi: The Sindh Board of Technical Education (SBTE) has announced results of the 1st term short course of beautician (elementary) exams.
According to statistics, a total of 289 candidates from beautician training centres in Karachi and Hyderabad appeared in the exams. Of them 231 students passed in the exams. The pass percentage is 79.9.
Zaibun Nisa (roll number 184) with 250 marks got the first position, Shehla Soomro (roll number 173) with 247 marks clinched second position and Shaheen Mirza (roll number 172) with 239 marks secured the third position.
The results can be seen on the SBTE website www.sbte.edu.pk. Ppi
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