Larkana HSC result 2013 | SSUET admissions
Larkana board declares HSC-II results
Larkana, Sep 05: Results of the Higher Secondary Certificate
part-II (class-XII) annual examination 2013 for pre-medical and
pre-engineering groups were announced by the Board of Intermediate and
Secondary Education (BISE) Larkana on Wednesday.
Mohammad Ruman Uppal of Wapda Degree College Guddu and Murk Sariyo of
Government Girls Higher Secondary School Ratodero stood first with 974
marks out of 1,100 marks in the pre-engineering group while Uroosa
Tareen Pathan of Government Girls College Shikarpur stood first with 974
marks out of 1,100 marks in the pre-medical group.
The trend in the result depicted that majority of the students were
inclined towards medicine as 13,391 sat pre-medical exams while only
9,480 candidates appeared in the pre-engineering exams.
Among the male students, Jahanzeb Shaikh of Cadet College Larkana
stood second with 973 marks and Mohammad Taha Ghaffari of Shaheed
Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology Larkana stood
third with 971 marks.
Mubashira Syed from Global Science College Larkana stood second with
973 marks and Sana Faryal Balouch of Government Girls College Larkana
stood third with 964 marks among female students.
According to the statistical data of the result published in the
gazette, 9,480 candidates appeared in the pre-engineering group exams
out of which 637 passed in grade A-1; 1,093 passed in grade A; 3,037
passed in grade B; 2,337 passed in grade C and 337 passed in grade D.
The number of students who passed was 7,441 that amounted to 78.5pc and the number of students who failed was 1,620.
Meanwhile, the announcement stated that the result of 368 candidates was withheld for cheating during exams.
Pre-medical group result
Among the male students, Bilal Ahmed Shaikh of Public School Larkana
came second with 970 marks and Muhammed Zeeshan Dayo of Hira School and
College Kashmore came third with 969 marks.
Sharia Ali Shaikh student of Strathmore School System Larkana came
second with 973 marks and Sindhu Motanpota of Govt Girls College
Shahdadkot came third with 972 marks among female students.
Some 13,391 candidates appeared in the pre-medical group exams out of
which 855 passed in grade A-1; 1,547 passed in grade A; 4,820 passed in
grade B; 3,680 passed in grade C and 420 passed in grade D.
The number of students who passed was 11,322 that amounted to 84.5pc
while the result of 536 candidates was withheld for cheating during
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Admissions to SSUET begin
Karachi: The process for admissions for the academic session 2014 in Electronics,
Civil, Computer Telecommunication and Bio-Medical besides Computer
Science at Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology (SSUET) has
commenced.An official of the institution said on Monday that the
aptitude test will be held on November 24.
He said that
the university was all set to introduce new programmes of Architecture,
Software Engineering and Bio-Informatics from the academic year 2014 and
according to Vice-Chancellor, Prof Dr Jawaid H. Rizvi, the SSUET's
Board of Governors had already given the go ahead.
university is also exploring the possibility of introducing BS programme
at its Institute of Environment and Human Settlements.The Disaster
Relief Plan Cell at this institute has published various reports on
Disaster preparedness in the wake of floods, rains, earthquakes, fire
The vice-chancellor pointed out that at present SSUET
has over 5,500 students on its roll studying in the engineering
disciplines of Computer, Electronics, Bio-Medical, Civil and
Telecommunication besides computer science.
He said that
in keeping with the new emerging trends, the university had decided to
start new programmes to meet the growing market demands.Dr Rizvi said
the university was already offering postgraduate programmes and at
Master, Ph.D levels besides robust continuous education programme in the
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After 16-year hiatus, NED teachers get their voice back
Karachi: The NED University for Engineering and Technology has regrouped its dormant teachers' union after a gap of 16 years.
move – much to the relief of teachers – came after the transfer of
powers from the late former vice-chancellor Engineer Abul Kalam to the
current Prof Dr Muhammad Afzal Haque."His [Kalam's] was an autocratic
rule where teachers had no voice of their own," said Dr SM Usman Ali,
the general secretary of NED Teachers Association (NETA).
students and non-teaching staff regard the late vice-chancellor's
tenure as a golden era where political violence was curbed and the
numbers of departments increased from three to 21, teachers who make up
NETA believe otherwise.
"We were never given an
opportunity to highlight our problems or laud our successes," said Ali.
"The university was run like a military institution."For now, the newly
revived teachers' union with 125 members plans to improve the ranking of
the university, promote a conducive environment for teachers and
pressure the Higher Education Commission (HEC) to release funds."We want
to invite international ranking bodies to visit our campus as
previously the university was cut off from the media," said Ali.
believes that of all the public-sector universities, teachers at the
NED University receive the least facilities. "While at other
universities, the PhD allowance is Rs10,000 a month, we at NED only
receive Rs5,000," he said. "Only if financial worries do not trouble a
teacher he can grow professionally."
The same, he laments,
is the case with phone and medical allowances.Ali alleged that in order
to rescue the university financially, the late vice-chancellor had
mortgaged the provident and pension funds of the university to obtain
bank loans. "Now there are no funds to repay bank loans and the retired
employees are not receiving pensions," he said. "The NED needs an
immediate bail-out package, otherwise our salaries will be frozen."
Ali agrees the previous government's move to raise salaries by 50
percent had brought some respite for the teachers, he claims that
inflation has also increased manifolds since the increment three years
ago. "The 10 percent increment announced in the June budget has also not
been given to us yet."
Recent orders of the HEC for
public-sector universities state they should generate 40 percent of
their own resources with the remaining 60 percent to be financed by the
government.But NETA believes that public-sector varsities are not
profit-generating organisations. "Through these policies, the common man
will not be able to educate his children," Ali claims.
plans to start a campaign against the policy in the next few days. "We
have joined hands with the national body for university teachers,
Federation of All Pakistan Universities Academic Staff Association," he
said. "Together we will protest and create a national pressure group." The news
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