UET Lahore entrance test 2012

Entrance test tomorrow
Lahore, Sep 15: The combined entrance test for the admission to the engineering institutions of the Punjab for Undergraduates and BSc Technology Programmes in University of Engineering & Technology (UET) Lahore and affiliated colleges (Entry-2012) will be held on Sunday (tomorrow). About 41,000 candidates are expected to appear in the BSc Engineering Entrance Test. The test will be held simultaneously at UET Lahore, UET Taxila, College of Engineering BZU Multan, College of Engineering Islamia University Bahawalpur, NFC Institute of Engineering & Fertilizer Research Faisalabad, University of Gujrat, Siddeeq Public School, Satellite Town Rawalpindi, NED University of Engineering and Technology, Karachi, Government College of Rasul, Dr A. Q. Khan Institute of Technology, Mianwali, UET Peshawar, Provincial Headquarter Balochistan Boy Scouts Association Quetta and Kala Shah Kaku Campus UET, Lahore.

As many as 5,500 candidates are expected to appear in the BSc Technology Programmes in UET Lahore and affiliated colleges. The BSc Technology test will be held at UET Lahore, Government College of Technology Bahawalpur, Government College of Technology Faisalabad, Government College of Technology Rasul, and Dr A. Q. Khan Institute of Technology Mianwali on the same day.

The result of the tests will be announced on September 20 (midnight) and will be available at web link http://admission.uet.edu.pk. However, the key for self-marking shall be uploaded on the website on the midnight of the tests date.

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PU announces results
Lahore: Punjab University (PU) Examination Department announced the results of various examinations on Friday.

These exams include BS in Computer Science, First Year, 2nd Annual Examination 2010, and 1st Annual Examination 2011, BS in Computer Science, Second Year, 2nd Annual Examination 2010, and 1st Annual Examination 2011, BS in Computer Science, Third Year, 2nd Annual Examination 2010, and 1st Annual Examination 2011, Master of Science in Information Technology, 1st Year, 2nd A/2010 and 1st A/2011, and First, Second and Third Semester of Associate Degree in Education (ADE), 3-Year Leading to BEd (Hons) Programme 2012.

Detailed results are available on PU website www.pu.edu.pk.

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PU admission forms:
Punjab University (PU) Chairman Admission Committee Prof Dr Liaquat Ali said Saturday (today) would be the last day for candidates to submit admission forms for PU's bachelor and master level programs, who could not submit their admission forms due to non-availability of equivalence certificate, result cards etc.

In a statement on Friday, he said such candidates could submit forms till 4pm at the Office of Admission Committee, Undergraduate Study Centre today. The news

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KU syndicate to decide teacher's fate
Karachi: The Karachi University syndicate in its meeting scheduled for Saturday is likely to examine a detailed inquiry report submitted to the vice chancellor a week ago in a student's harassment case and give a final decision determining the fate of a teacher being blamed for harassing students, it emerged on Friday.

In its report, sources said, a committee constituted to investigate the charges of physical, sexual and mental harassment against the visually-impaired teacher of the Urdu department recommended his transfer to another department instead of immediate termination of his service.

Expressing concern over the inquiry body's recommendation, students told Dawn that they had been protesting against the teacher's behaviour for some time, but the university administration had not attended to their complaints until an affected student managed to record a phone conversation with the teacher and produced it before the administration to back up the allegations.

Subsequently, the university set up the inquiry committee comprising dean of arts faculty Prof Dr Zafar Iqbal, Dr Uzma Farman and Dr Ansar Rizvi a month ago. According to their findings, the recorded voices were of the girl who pursued the case and the lecturer.

The conversation, according to the report, was directly based on changes to marks in an exam and personal life.

It also contained material indicating that the student was being motivated to do certain actions to get specific objectives. This, the report stated, was also proved by the two lists signed by the lecturer that showed changes made to the marks in the exam.

The teacher did not raise any objections on the authenticity of his recorded voice, the report added.

The committee also recorded students' statements deposing that the teacher forced boys and girls to shake hands, talked about 'highly objectionable' subjects instead of academic issues, took advantage of his position, threatened girls and called them in his office after university time.

He failed one girl when she refused his sexual advances, the report stated.

Thirteen students, according to the report, handed over the complaints in writing about his harsh, insulting and immoral behaviour.

The teacher suffered from physical and mental problems, said the report while declaring the allegations of sexual, physical and mental abuse true.

"Since the teacher has impaired sight, it is recommended that he should be transferred to a non-teaching job of grade-17 and he should be asked to declare in writing that the university should terminate his services if he would indulge in such activities again," the report added.

Upon contact, the KU public relations officer said that the administration had arrived at a conclusion in this case, but the final decision would be announced in the syndicate meeting.

"The vice chancellor did not use his discretionary powers [to sack the teacher], because the syndicate is scheduled to meet almost a week after the submission of the report and he wanted to take a unanimous decision."

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Spelling Bee contest today
Hyderabad: The Dawn Media Group is organising "8th Dawn in Education Spelling Bee Competition" (Sindh Round) at Mumtaz Mirza Auditorium, Sindh Museum on Saturday (today).

The programme will start at 8.30am and conclude at 6pm.

Over 300 students from 26 schools of Hyderabad and 11 schools of interior (lower) Sindh will participate in the competition.

Competition among students from upper Sindh including Jacobabad, Khairpur, Naushahro Feroze and Sukkur districts will be held at the IBA Sukkur auditorium on Sept 18. The winners from Sindh round will participate in the national round to be held in Karachi on Oct 3. Dawn

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