CAP Humanities placement list announced
Karachi, Sept 27: The Chairman of the Centralised Admission Policy (CAP) Committee, Professor, Dr Nasir Ansar has announced the placement list of the Humanities group for male candidates on Sunday. According to the list, 1,098 candidates have been granted admissions in to first year (intermediate) in 38 public colleges and higher secondary schools (HSS).
Dr Ansar, who is also the Director General Colleges (Sindh), has said that 36 candidates have an A grade in their matriculation examinations while 123 pupils have passed their exams with a B grade. As many as 253 students got a C grade whereas 513 students and 166 candidates had got a D and E grade respectively in their previous examinations.
The list showed the maximum and minimum cut-off ration of the Government National College (Morning) which was 647, 334, Government National College (Evening) with ratio 553, 270, Islamia Arts and Commerce College (M) with ratio 679,298, Islamia Arts and Commerce College (E) with ratio 606, 307, Government Jamia Millia Degree College (M) with ratio 688, 314, Liaquat Government College Malir with ratio 428, 308, Government Degree Arts and Commerce College Korangi-6 (E) with 627, 305, Allama Iqbal Government College (E) with 692, 338, Government Boys College Razzaqabad with 682, 301, Government Degree College Murad Memon Goth with 620, 307, Government Degree College Qaidabad with 620, 320, Government Degree Boys College Korangi- 2 ? with 600,309, Haji Abdullah Haroon Government College(M) with 594, 303 and Haji Abdullah Haroon Government College (E) with 576, 318.
Meanwhile, S.M Government Arts and Commerce College (M) with ratio 729, 301, S.M Government Arts and Commerce College (E) with 614, 303, College City College Musa Colony (M) with 558, 277, College City College Musa Colony (E), with 450, 292, Government Sirajudallah College (M) with 453, 295, Government Sirajudallah College (E) with 461, 308, Government Degree College Mang Konkar Village with 540, 299, Government Jinnah College with 711, 290, Government Degree Boys College Jungle Shah with 576, 300, Government College for Men, Nazimabad with 675, 281, Quaid-e-Millat Government College(E) with 374, 325, Government College for Boys Baldia Town with 594, 392 and Shaheed ZA Bhutto Government Degree Boys College Gulshan-e-Bihar with 523, 331.
Furthermore, Government Degree Boys College K.M.C Store, Nishter Road had a cut off ratio of 438, 305, Government Degree Boys College Metroville SITE with ratio 624, 298, Baba Villayat Government HSS Orangi Town with 470, 370, Allama Iqbal Government Boys HSS with 382, 354, Government Comprehensive HSS Korangi-03 with 497, 330, Government Comprehensive HSS Azizabad with 430, 287, NJV Government Boys HSS (Urdu Medium) with 590, 329, Government Boys HSS Korangi K-Area with 651, 264, Government Mumtaz Boys HSS Landhi with 635, 346, NJV Government Boys HSS (Sindhi Medium) with 425, 352 and only one admission was offered at Government Boys HSS Konkar Village with 415, 415.
'Kidnapped VC shifted to remote tribal area'
Peshawar: Kidnapped vice-chancellor of the Islamia College University Ajmal Khan is said to have been shifted to a remote tribal area through the nearby Khyber Agency, sources disclosed on Sunday.
Security forces have been searching for the vice-chancellor in different tribal areas to ensure his safe recovery following his kidnapping from Peshawar on September 6 while on way to his office.
There were unconfirmed reports about the arrest of two people in the kidnapping case and the confession by one of them about his involvement in the crime. He reportedly said that the plan was to shift the vice-chancellor to a remote tribal agency.
An official of the capital city police, requesting anonymity, said security forces were after the network of kidnappers in different tribal areas. He said the tip-offs about the whereabouts of the kidnapped vice-chancellor had been provided to the authorities operating in Fata, as police had no authority to carry out raids in the tribal areas.
Ajmal Khan is the grandson of Dr Khan Sahib, late chief minister of West Pakistan and the erstwhile NWFP and elder brother of Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan, affectionately called Bacha Khan by his supporters.
KU senate polls on 29th
Karachi: Registrar and Returning Officer, Prof. M Kaleem Raza Khan has announced that the elections to the Senate and Academic Council will be held on September 29 from 9:30am to 4:00pm with one hour break from 1:00pm to 2:00pm for lunch and prayers, in the Shaikh Zaiyed Islamic Centre, KU.
It has also been announced that all teachers are required to produce either Computerised National Identity Card or College Identity Card in original at the time of polling and no teacher will be allowed to cast his/her vote without the original in any case.
Meanwhile, Chairperson Department of Mathematics is organising a bi-monthly seminar on Growing Gap – A Changing Paradigm by Prof. Dr Muhammad Iqbal Chaudhary (HI, SI, TI) Director, ICCBS, HEJ Research Institute of Chemistry, KU on Thursday September 30 at 11:00am in the Faculty Club of Department of Mathematics, KU. The news