CAP pre-medical female placement results
Karachi, Sept 20: The Chairman, Centralised Admission Policy (CAP) Committee, Professor Dr Nasir Ansar, has announced the placement results for the Pre-medical, female group, on Saturday evening.
According to Dr Ansar, who is also a Director-General, Colleges (Sindh), as many as 9,753 women had been granted admission into 56 intermediate public colleges and higher secondary school (HSS), in the pre-medical group for year 2010-11 under CAP.
He has asked the candidates to complete the admission procedure at earliest. The maximum cut-off ratio for the Abdullah Government College for Women was 707 while minimum cut-off ratio was 557.
Meanwhile, the cut-off ratio of other colleges is: Government College for Women, Nazimabad (745,657); Sir Syed Government College for Women (772,681); APWA Government College for Women (738,534); Shaheed-E-Millat Government Degree Girls College (747,593); Government Girls College, Al-Noor, Bl-19, F.B. Area (734,342); Government College For Women, F.B. Area, Block-16 (745,435); Riaz Government Girls College, Karachi (710,343); Government Girls College N. Nazimabad, Block-M (718,552), Government Girls Science and Commerce College, N. Nazimabad, Block-K (676,449); Government College For Women, North Karachi, 11-B (687,369); Government Girls College North Karachi, 11-I (714,360); and Government College For Women, 11-F New Karachi (732,402), he said.
Furthermore,the placement admissions closed at: Government Girls College Orangi Town, Sec-15/C (725,351), Government Degree Girls College, Sector 11 1/2, Orangi Town (681, 440), Government Girls College, Baldia Town (746, 568), Government
Girls College, Orangi Sector 7-C (731, 468), Government Deg. Girls College Metro Ville-03, Site (705, 346), Government College For Women Shahrah-e-Liaquat (743, 611), Government Girls Inter College, Lyari (708, 409), Government Karachi College For Women Chand Bibi Road (728, 400), SMB Fatima Jinnah Government Girls College (708, 535), Government Girls College Zam Zama Gizri (728, 555), Government College For Women Korangi-06 (729, 357), Government College For Women Korangi-04 (751, 622), Government Degree Girls College, Korangi 2 ž (681, 371), Government Girls College Ibrahim
Hyderi (616, 408) and Government College For Women Saudabad (705, 344), Dr Ansar added.
According to placement list, the CAP also granted admissions to Government Girls Science College, Shah Faisal Colony (697, 409), Khursheed Government College Girls College (719, 618), Allama Iqbal Government Girls College (682, 433), Liaquat Government Girls College, Malir (723, 373), Government Degree Science College, Malir Cantt (779, 708), Government Degree Girls College, Landhi 3 ž (722, 492), Government Girls College PIB Colony (713, 365), St. Lawrence's Government College For Women (766, 730), Government Girls Science College Lines Area (744, 377), Government BAMM PECHS College For Women (795, 742), Khatoon-E-Pakistan Government College For Women (752, 697), Government College For Boys and Girls Stadium Road (758, 713), Government Deg. College Gulshan Iqbal Block-7 (753, 674), Government Girls College Gulshan Iqbal Shaikh Zaid (771, 652), Government Girls College Gulistan-e-Johar (745, 635), Government Girls College Mehmodabad (703, 365), Government Degree Girls College Safora Goth (693, 475) and Government Degree Girls College Pak Colony Asifabad (724, 428). The newsYour Comments
Teachers hesitant to attend colleges
Karachi: Public colleges in Orangi Town and Qasba Colony have become troublesome for the Directorate of Colleges, Sindh, as teachers are not willing to perform their duties in the government colleges situated in these areas due to the law and order situation.
The Government Girls College Orangi Town, Sector 111/2 has nearly been closed due to the poor performance of Directorate of Colleges under the administration of former Director-General Colleges, Sindh, Dr Rafique Siddiqui.
The college is on verge of collapse as it is running without any permanent principal and teachers during the last three years. A clerk looks after the administrative issues of the college while Principal of Government Girls College Orangi Town, Sector 7/C, Prof Khalida Parveen also looks after the closed college. Nearly 80 to 90 students of the Government Girls College Orangi Town, Sector 111/2 are taking their classes in Government Girls College Orangi Town, Sector 7/C under the supervision of Prof Khalida Parveen.
It is worth mentioning here that the academic session is going to be started after the completion of Admission to Class XI under the Centralised Admission Policy (CAP) Committee.
Conversely, Principal of Government Girls College Qasba Colony, Prof Rukhsana, has left the college after receiving life threat from political criminals working in the area. However, the college administration is badly affected by the absence of the college principal. These colleges are largely affected by ethnic violence, which is a regular feature of these areas.
When Director-General Colleges, Sindh, Dr Nasir Ansar contacted by The Nation, he admitted that these colleges were facing administrative and other problems while the directorate is trying to settle down all domestic issues of these colleges. "There was an immense shortage of teachers that needs to be addressed. Principal of Government Girls College Qasba Colony, Prof Rukhsana, is still a chief of the college but she is not willing to work anymore due to the poor law and order situation of the area. We are trying to depute teachers in these colleges who are living in these areas. The directorate knows the entire situation in which these colleges are working."
To a query about the unavailability of specialist teachers in Government Boys Degree College New Karachi, Sector 5/L, he said that this year shortage of teachers or specialist teachers will definitely be removed at any cost, as the higher authorities have approved SNE while after the issuance of posting orders this problem will be overcome. He said appointment of lecturers will also be deputed in these colleges. He said that admission process under the CAP would be completed in the ongoing month (September).
It is pertinent to mention here that as many as 92,000 admission forms were sold during the admission process, out of them CAP had received 75,000 forms which shows that 75,000 new students will take admission in the public colleges of the metropolis. The nation
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