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KU forms deadline
Karachi, April 29: The University of Karachi has extended the last date for submission of exam forms of MA, double MA, previous and final year (private candidates) by a day.

Now with a late fee of Rs200, these forms can be submitted at the bank counters at the Silver Jubilee gate till April 30, 2013.

Students of the Sindh Muslim Law College can deposit their enrolment forms along with a late fee of Rs1,000 up to May 8 at their college. Students should bring copies of their identity cards, mark sheets, registration cards and four attested passpor sized photographs along with the forms. ppi

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PU MA, MSc exams from July 16
Lahore: The Punjab University examinations department has notified a revised schedule of MA/MSc Part-I and II annual examinations for 2013.

The MA/MSc Part-I and II examinations will begin on July 16 and June 20, respectively. Dawn

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PU BEd admission schedules
Lahore: Punjab University Examinations Department has issued a schedules of admission fees and forms for BEd 2nd annual examination 2012 and 1st annual examination 2013.

Dates of submission of admission forms and fees for the said exam are 27-05-2013 with single fee while form can be submitted with double fee till 10-06-2013. Commencement date of BEd 2nd annual examination 2012 and 1st annual examination 2013 will be announced later.

Meanwhile, MSc Applied Geology, 1st annual examination 2011, will commence with effect from May 9. The admission form and fee will be received for MSc Applied Geology, 1st annual examination 2011, from 03-05-2013 with single fee and 06-05-2013 with double fee.

Details are also available on PU website

PU Examinations Department has issued a revised practical date-sheet of Botany, Statistics, Genetics and Geology for the BA/BSc annual examination, 2013.

According to a press release issued on Friday, written and practical date-sheets of MBBS (New Re-Organised Scheme) final professional, supplementary examination 2012, BS Applied Geology 1st, 2nd and 3rd professional second annual examination 2012, also issued.

Details are also available on PU website

convocation: University of Education is holding its third convocation for passing out graduates of sessions 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011 on Saturday, 4th of May at Bank Road Campus.

According to a press release issued on Friday, a full dress rehearsal will be held on May 03 at 2:00pm on campus's auditorium.

All the relevant candidates have been asked through registered letters to give their consent to attend the convocation, as no candidate will be admitted without attending rehearsal. For any information, students may contact university examination department on phone numbers: 042-99262216, 35216655.

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PU signs MoU
Lahore: The Punjab University on Friday signed an MoU with the Lahore Council for World Affairs (LCWA) for collaboration in research and objective discussions on national issues.

According to a press release on Friday, the MoU signing ceremony was held in the committee room of VC's office in which PU VC Mujahid Kamran, Director External Linkages Maria I Maldonado, Chairperson Department of Political Science Umbreen Javed, deans of various faculties, LCWA CEO and President Ex-ambassador Javid Husain, former ambassadors, including Shaukat Omar, Khalid Mahmood, Tauheed Ahmed and legal advisor Rass Masood, were present on. While briefing the meeting on LCWA, Javid Husain said that under the patronage of former Foreign Secretary Shamshad Ahmed, a group of former ambassadors and other interested Pakistanis had agreed to establish the council as an independent, non-political, non-partisan and non-profit organization. The news

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Teachers voice concern at 'additional duties'
Lahore: Public schoolteachers' representatives have voiced their concern at assigning teachers various duties, including election duties, which disassociate them from their basic duty of teaching.

They said most schoolteachers needed capacity-building, but that should be focused on improving their weak areas and enabling them to prepare their lessons according to modern techniques.

These teachers were speaking at a policy dialogue on "Every Child Needs a Teacher - Trained Teachers for All" organised by Idara-e-Taleem-o-Aagahi in connection with the Global Action Week here on Friday.

Punjab Teachers Union president Allah Rakha Gujjar said children belonging to underprivileged strata of society were admitted to schools unlike private school students who undergo some pre-entry tests. "Even hard work of public sector schoolteachers is not translated into good because students do not get any assistance from their illiterate parents (in most cases) at home as well as stationery," he said.

Gujjar said teachers were ready to go to any extent to impart quality education and improve students' learning outcomes and could even observe sit-ins. However, he said, the school education department bureaucracy was not interested in improving quality of education in public sector schools because their children were not studying in these schools. He stressed that teachers' representatives should be included in policy dialogues and policymaking.

Another teacher, Saeed Kamboh, said public sector schoolteachers' capacity needed to be built. He stressed that teachers should be relieved from additional duties so that they could focus and complete their syllabus well in time.

Teachers said already there were few working days in school education calendar and those should not be wasted by engaging them in various duties.

Teachers suggested that the government should link the pay raise and promotions to their performance. They said teachers showing good performance should be given incentives.

Former DPI (SE) Punjab Jamil Najam said public as well as private schools would drop up to 52 per cent of students at the time of submission of admission forms for board examinations.

Earlier, ITA director (programmes) Dr Baela Raza Jamil said the EFA Global Monitoring Report 2012 showed that at least 250 million primary school age children around the world were not able to read, write or count well, even after attending four years in school.

In Pakistan, she said, teachers were the largest workforce (around two million) and divided equally in public and private sectors. Still, she said, teaching was not a certified profession despite having certified qualifications like doctors, engineers and dentists.

Explaining theory of change, she stressed that robust measurement of learning outcomes at global and national levels were critical to improving education policy and ultimately learning levels. Dawn

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Acting ICU VC urges captors to release Ajmal Khan
Peshawar: Acting Vice-Chancellor, Islamia College University (ICU) Prof Dr Ihsan Ali Sunday appealed to the kidnappers of the historic institution's head Ajmal Khan to set him free as a goodwill gesture as his family is passing through trauma.

"Ajmal Khan is old and ailing. He should be released on humanitarian grounds. I have conveyed my request about Khan's release from Taliban captivity to the officials and quarters concerned," Dr Ihsan Ali said while briefing journalists about the centenary celebrations of Islamia College.

He said the officials felt they were making serious efforts to ensure safe and early release of the vice-chancellor. Ajmal Khan was kidnapped by unknown people from outside his residence at the Professors Colony adjacent to the University Campus, Peshawar on September 7, 2010. Later, the TTP claimed responsibility for his kidnapping. The government has failed to recover him despite lapse of about 32 long months. "Enough is enough! Time has arrived now to bring Ajmal Khan home," the acting vice-chancellor said.

Dr Ihsan Ali pointed out that the inaugural ceremony is being arranged at the Governor's House owing to security concerns. Dr Ihsan Ali said all the surviving family members of contributors to the establishment of the college including daughter of Pakistan's founding leader Muhammad Ali Jinnah have been invited to the celebrations.

He said somebody informed him that the great granddaughter of Sir George Roos-Keppel was still alive in England while family members of Sir Sahibzada Abdul Qayyum Khan, founder of the historic seat of learning, would also be invited. The news

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