BSEK announces SSC part-I (General) group result
Karachi, Sept 28: The Controller of Examinations, Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK), Kalim Asghar Kirmani, on Monday declared the result of Secondary School Certificate, Part-I, (Class IX), annual examinations 2010, General Group (Private and Regular).
According to the gazette issued, 23, 666 regular candidates registered for the examinations while 22, 980 students appeared in the exams. Of these, 10, 560 candidates managed to clear all five papers whereas 5, 434 students passed four papers, Kirmani said. As many as 3, 265 pupils were declared pass in thee papers while 2, 034 candidates and 1, 207 students passed two and one paper respectively, he also said.
Meanwhile, 5, 386 private candidates registered themselves for the said exams and 4, 926 students appeared in the annual exams, he added.
Of these, 2, 309 candidates and 1, 136 students were declared pass in five and fours papers respectively, he further said. Kirmani added that 638 private candidates passed three papers, 427 students passed two papers and 257 pupils were declared pass in one paper only.
The gazette also shows that 6, 084 male candidates registered themselves in regular candidates group and 5, 872 students appeared in the exams.
Of these, 3, 024 students cleared all five papers while 1, 133 pupils passed four papers whereas 682 candidates had managed to pass three papers. The gazette further shows that 462 students were passed in two papers while 386 candidates just cleared one paper each.
At least 17, 582 female regular candidates registered and 17, 108 of them appeared in the exams, the gazette shows. According to the database provided by BSEK, 7, 536 female candidates cleared all five papers while 4, 301 pupils managed to pass four papers. The database also shows that 2, 583 candidates passed three papers whereas 1, 572 students and 821 candidates had passed two and one paper respectively.
According to the gazette, 3, 873 male candidates registered themselves in private group and 3, 507 students appeared in the exams. Of these, 1, 764 pupils cleared all five papers and 739 candidates had passed four papers, the gazette further shows. It further mentioned that 419 students and 283 candidates were declared pass in three and two papers respectively. Meanwhile, 184 students passed only one paper.
Furthermore, the gazette shows that 1, 513 female candidates were registered in private group and 1, 419 students appeared in the exams. As many as 545 female students cleared all five papers while 397 candidates and 219 pupils passed in four and three papers respectively, Kirmani said.
He added that 144 students and 73 candidates were declared pass in two and one paper respectively. Moreover, he added that116 unfair means cases were reporterd during and after exams. The newsYour Comments
SU announces schedule for pre-entry test
Hyderabad: The University of Sindh announced on Monday new schedule for conduct of pre-entry test for admissions to various degree programs in the university for academic session of 2011.
The university's director of admission said in a handout that the pre-entry test for admission to Masters degree program in all disciplines (morning and evening) and MS/M.Phil program would be held on Oct 31 at Allama I.I. Kazi Campus and the pre-entry test for admission to MBA degree program in Sindh University Laar College Badin would also be held on Oct 31 in Badin.
He said that the test for admission to Bachelors degree program in all disciplines (morning and Evening) in the university would be held on Nov 7 at Allama I.I. Kazi Campus and the test for admission to Bachelors degree program in Sindh University Laar College Badin and Sindh University Campus Mirpurkhas would also be conducted on Nov 7 at the respective campuses.
He said that the last date for obtaining and submitting admission forms had already been extended to Sept 30.
RESULT: The controller of examinations (annual) of the University of Sindh announced on Monday result of college-side B.A. (Pass) Part-I annual examination 2009.
Hyderabad: The controller of examinations (annual) of the University of Sindh announced on Monday schedule for submission of examination forms for combined examination of eligible regular and external candidates for B.A (regular ands external), B.Sc, B.Com and B.Sc (Home Economics) Part-I and Part-II (regular) and M.A (Previous) and Final (external) under annual examination 2010.
Last date for submission of forms without late fee was Oct 29 and Rs5,000 would be charged as late fee with effect from Nov 2, he said.
Academic activities resume
Larkana: Educational activities are resuming gradually as people displaced by floods have begun returning to their homes as water has receded from their areas.
Likewise, some 164 school and colleges of Larkana are bustling again with academic process as buildings which previously were converted into relief camps have been restored back to their original functioning.
DCO Larkana Abdul Aleem Lashari told journalists that initially flood displaced people were settled in 522 schools and colleges but soon after smaller groups joined camp cities thus vacating some buildings.
Around 33,000 out of 1,40,000 staying in 703 relief camps have returned to their towns with the remaining residing in only 463 camps, he said adding that they all would go home by the end of October. The reasons for it, he said, were receding of water from their areas or on receiving Watan Cards.
Educational activities were worst affected in Larkana as maximum number of displaced people had taken shelter here, he said.
Conceding to reports of baton-charge on people visiting Nadra counters for Watan Cards, he replied that it was all because of a huge number of unconcerned groups accompanying genuine people to counters.
To another query, he said that the whole of kutch of Larkana was inundated affecting 201 villages. However, the government has planned of establishing five model villages in affected areas and survey of damage to livestock and crops would be undertaken in Octobers for which instructions have already been received, he said. Dawn