BA external exam results announced
Karachi, Sep 04: The University of Karachi (KU) on Saturday announced the results of BA-II (both parts) External Annual Examination 2011.
Hafiza Tuba Ehtram with 773 marks out of the total of 1,000 secured the first position.
Hafiza Syeda Saira Ahmed with 759 marks remained second and was followed by Hafiza Mariyam Wakil with 758 marks got the third position.
As many as 9,166 candidates appeared in the examination and the pass percentage remained at 34.55. A KU statement said that marks certificates would be issued in due course of time.Your Comments
KU BA, BSc and BCom Enrollment schedule
Karachi: The KU also announced the schedule for the submission of late enrollment forms and fees of the students admitted to BA, BSc and BCom programmes for the academic session 2011-12.
Forms will be accepted with a late fee of Rs1,500 till the examinations begin. Similarly, late enrollment forms and fees of the students admitted to BEd and MEd programmers will be accepted till the beginning of examinations with a late fee of Rs1500. Enrolment forms and fees of BS Occupational Therapy will be accepted with a normal fee of Rs1,500 up to September 2012 and with late fee of Rs1,000 till October 12.
Baqai Medical University MBBS, BDS test results
Karachi: The Baqai Medical University has announced that the results of MBBS and BDS programmes' admission tests will be announced on September 3.
According to a statement issued on Saturday, the results could be seen on the university's website and they would also be displayed at the gate of Baqai Hospital Lab and University Nazimabad. A total of 788 students appeared in the tests held on Saturday.
Admissions to BMU
Vice-Chancellor Baqai Medical University Dr Zahida Baqai has said that 900 prospectus and forms have been issued for the 26th batch of MBBS and 24th batch of BDS courses.
Sindh defies Centre's 'bid to reclaim' education
Karachi: The Sindh government is resisting the Centre's move to create a new federal ministry that negates the devolution of education to the provinces.
The federal government has recently created the 'ministry of education and training', replacing the 'ministry of professional and technical training'.
Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah has raised the issue at the recently held 20th meeting of the Council of Common Interests (CCI).
According to the minutes of the CCI meeting, Shah termed the Centre's decision to create an education ministry "reversal of the 18th Constitutional Amendment and usurpation of provincial jurisdiction".
Cabinet Division Secretary Nargis Sethi informed the CCI that the matter was being "actively considered" and "necessary rectification" would be carried out. The news