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Karachi University BA, BCom, BoL registration 2013

KU registration forms for private candidates of BA, BCom, BoL
Karachi, April 18: University of Karachi on Sunday announced that all private candidates of BA, BCom, BoL, and candidates for improvement of division of BA, BCom and BSc could deposit their registration forms up to May 10, 2013 along with a fee of Rs2,700. The forms could be obtained and deposited at bank-counter at the Sliver Jubilee Gate. The candidates could also apply for change of subject during the same schedule with an additional fee of Rs700. LLB, LLM enrolment: KU announced schedule for submitting enrolment forms for LLB and LLM for the session 2012-13. The students of Government Sindh Muslim Law College could deposit their forms with a fee of Rs1,500 at their college up to April 16, and with a late fee of Rs1,000 up to May 08, 2013. However, the students of all other affiliated law colleges could deposit their enrolment forms at their respective colleges along with a fee of Rs1,500 and late fee of Rs1000 up to April 16, 2013. ppi

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Action against drug dens in KU demanded
Karachi: Islami Jamiat Talba (IJT), a student organisation, on Wednesday alleged that the sale of narcotics at the Karachi University campus had become an order of the day and demanded immediate remedial steps to stem the illegal activity.

IJT KU chapter nazim Hafiz Muhammad Bilal, while addressing a press conference at Karachi Press Club (KPC), disclosed that alcohol and other narcotics were being sold at the campus despite the presence of security agencies personnel. He said a canteen that was closed for selling alcohol near the Zoology Department had been reopened, while no action was taken as yet against the wrongdoers.

Bilal regretted that different drugs were being sold in the university in presence of security agencies who are still not galvanised into action against miscreants. He said different people, who are not varsity employees, have occupied land and houses at the campus. He said house allotment committee had announced in a meeting that these illegal occupations would be vacated in a week; however, practically no action was taken against these influential people.

He said that IJT has conducted a survey in the campus in which 7500 people, including students, teachers and employees took part. Sharing the results of the survey, he said only 69.3% people showed interest in academic and literary programs, while 96% students said they took part in any campaign to solve the campus problems.

Bilal said according to the survey result, the top most issues of the KU campus were shortage of transport buses, unhygienic canteens, security, and corruption in university offices.

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KU spokesperson denies IJT claim
Karachi: The spokes-person of University of Karachi, Farheen Zehra has rejected the claims of a student political organization regarding selling of narcotics in the university premises. She said there was no reality in sale of alcohol and other narcotics at the campus. "The press conference was organised by a political student orgaisation, I am not entitled to speak on that" Zehra said, adding that unnecessary appointment matter was subjudice and everyone knew about it. The spokesperson, however, refused to further comment on the press conference of IJT. Daily times

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