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BCom exams from today
Karachi, Dec 13: The examinations of B.Com (Regular) candidates from the University of Karachi (KU) will begin from today (December 13) according to schedule. All 107 centres for the male candidates of B.Com have been moved to various departments of KU. The university has already announced the details of the changed centres. The Aptitude test will now be held on December 21 instead of December 14. FUUAST has extended the date for submission of admission forms for BS and Masters (Morning) courses. The News

Shaikh Zayed Islamic Centre Admission date
Karachi: Director of the Shaikh Zayed Islamic Centre, University of Karachi, has announced that the date for admission to the post-graduate diploma in Islamic Banking and Finance has been extended to December 20. App

University of Sindh exams
Hyderabad: The controller of examination, University of Sindh announced here on Friday that VIth paper of Electromagnetic Theory of MSc final (college side), which was postponed would now be conducted on Dec 18 at Sindh University model school Hyderabad.

The controller has also advised those external candidates of BA pass part-I whose viva voce examination was postponed due to academic convocation to appear in viva voce examination on Dec 18. Dawn

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"The news item published here with regards to change of centres of male candidates (B.Com) seems to be incorrect as UoK has only moved 7 centres and not "All 107"."
Name: Mudassir
City, Country: Karachi, PAkistan

"wsalam...examination centers r changed for both candidates whether they r males or females ! 7 colleges for male and 2 colleges for female shifted to the new centers..The students who had their centre in the Pakistan Ship-owners Government College will now take their examinations at the Department of Physiology; those who had their centre at the Government Degree Science & Commerce College to Department of Health and Physical Education; from the Haji Abdullah Haroon Government College to the Department of General History; from the Government Degree Boys College Gulzar-e-Hijri to the Department of Chemistry; from the Nabi Bagh Government College to the Department of Library and Information Sciences; from the Government National College No-2 to the KU Gymnasium; from the Government Premiere College No-2 and Government Degree Science & Commerce College No-2 Orangi Town to the Department of Special Education.
FOR FEMALE CANDIDATES: From Abdullah Girls college for women, north nazimabad to Shaheed-e-Millat Govt degree college for women Azizabad and from Khursheed Govt girls degree college shah faisal colony to Sir syed govt girls college Nazimabad. "
Name: uMAir
City, Country: Karachi, Pakistan

"Please anyone tell me when will the exams of part 1 (private) start?"
Name: Amin
City, Country: Karachi, Pakistan

"Please anybody give me some information i am student i passed all paper B.Com Part 2 un fortunatily i am failed B.Com Part 1 (1 Paper Failed Economies) I want information when supply exam dated my registration 2003 year can u help me & inform me when supplimentry exam date"
Name: Muhammad
City, Country: Karachi, Pakistan

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HSC Supplementary Exam forms submission date announced
Karachi: The Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK) has announced that candidates who were unable to submit their examination forms for Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC) Supplementary Examination 2008 can now submit these forms to the Accounts Section with a late penalty fee of Rs1,000 on December 17 and December 18. According to a press release issued on Friday, BIEK has instructed candidates to complete all details required, including attestation by the principal of the college concerned, a photo copy of marksheet, permission letter and enrollment card. The News

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Census starts to uncover state of government schools in Sindh
Karachi: The Sindh Education Department has launched the 18th school census to outline the prevalent conditions of state-run schools, learnt on Friday.

"The department is conducting a school census to see the profile of all government schools in Sindh," spokesperson of the project, said. The spokesperson said that the census provides details of enrollment, number of students, teachers as well as other information regarding government schools in Sindh. The census is being conducted by the Reform Support Unit (RSU), Sindh which, also conducted the last census during the year 2005-06.

It was also learnt that in order to achieve the objective of collecting dynamic and reliable data, RSU has improved scope, methodology and implementation of the school censuses by providing technical input in data collection forms, training of concerned personnel and scientifically validating the data collected. The census will also survey the availability of basic facilities such as electricity, toilets, clean drinking water, boundary walls, labs, library and playgrounds. Daily Times

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Karachi University to launch Saarc Simulation Exercise from tomorrow
Karachi: Department of International Relations (IR), University of Karachi (KU) has organised a Saarc Simulation Exercise in collaboration with the Hanns Seidel Foundation, Islamabad, from December 14 to December 16.

The inaugural session will be held on December 14, in which Prof. Pirzada Qasim the Vice-Chancellor, KU, will be the chief guest. Dr Naeem Ahmed, Assistant Professor, Department of International Relations, KU is the Chief Coordinator of the project. Around 64 students from IR, Political Science and Strategic and Defence Studies departments of various universities of Pakistan are participating in this exercise. The universities include: Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad, Peshawar University, FC College Lahore, University of Karachi and Sindh University, Jamshoro.

Each university will represent one Saarc country and has to form a cabinet. The respective ministers will discuss issues of mutual concern, such as Joint Anti-Terror Mechanism, Human Rights Commission, SAFTA, Environment Programme, Parliament, Saarc Energy cooperation, Common Saarc Police, and Saarc Higher Education Cooperation.

The main objective of the exercise, according to Dr Ahmed, is to observe how the students see and analyse various issues, both real and virtual, faced by the Saarc member countries, and to devise strategies for making Saarc a vibrant regional organisation. The News

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