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KU entry tests, admissions | B.Com exam's cheating

KU announces schedule of admissions
Karachi, Dec 17: The University of Karachi on Tuesday announced the schedule of entry tests, fee submission and completion of admission formalities in different departments in both morning and evening programmes.

The university announced that the candidates who got admissions in BS third year and Masters (previous) programmes on a merit basis in departments which did not hold pre-entry tests could submit their fee from Dec 17 to 20 in any of the following 16 designated branches of the UBL: Binnori Town (Gurumander), Defence Garden (Phase-I), University Road (near Baitul Mukkarram), New Karachi, Haidery Square (near police station), Raheemabad, Hamid Square, Gulshan-i-Iqbal Block-3, 8, Bahadrabad, Drigh Colony (near A-I Hospital), Malir Township, Landhi Industrial Area, Nazimabad Chowrangi, Saeedabad, Azam Town, Freer Street and Boat Basin.

According to a university notification, admissions of candidates who fail to deposit the fee during the prescribed dates will be cancelled and no claim will be accepted. Claim forms for both programmes can be submitted at the university's Silver Jubilee counter of the bank between Dec 17 and 19.

Candidates admitted to BS third year, MBA, MPA, MCS and MSc on an aptitude test basis should contact the respective departments from Dec 17 to 20 for fee submission and completion of admission formalities.

Meanwhile, the schedule for admissions in MPharm (morning programme) was announced on Tuesday.

The dean of the faculty of pharmacy said admission forms would be available from Dec 22 at the respective departments of the faculty of pharmacy during office hours. The duly-filled forms could be submitted to the department by Dec 29, he said, adding that the list of successful candidates would be released in January 2009. Classes will commence from Jan 10, 2009. Dawn

24 instances of cheating at KU B.Com Exams
Karachi: The University of Karachi (KU) has reported 24 cases of cheating in the B.Com Regular and External Final Examinations-2008 from November 25 to December 13. The cheating includes cases of unfair means, running away with the answer script, the use of mobile phones to get answers from another source, and impersonation. These acts of cheating took place in different departments of the university. All these cases will be handed over to the Disciplinary Committee of the university to decide the cases individually.

Meanwhile, KU has extended the date of submission of Examination Forms and Fee of B.Com External Annual Examination-2008 from today (December 17) to December 20 with a late fee of Rs 1000 in addition to the original fee.

Admissions Director Dr Saleem Shahzad has announced that the candidates who have been admitted to BS Third Year Masters (Previous) in non-test departments can submit their fee from December 17 to December 20 in the 16 designated branches in the city.

The claims forms may be submitted at the Silver Jubilee gate counter from December 17 to December 19. The candidates admitted to BS 3rd Year/MBA/MPA/MCS/M.Sc on aptitude test basis should contact the respective departments from December 17 to December 20 for submission and completion of admission formalities.

The Dean, Faculty of Pharmacy, Dr Syed Waseemuddin Ahmed has announced the schedule for admissions to M.Pharm (Morning). The admission forms will be available from December 22 from the four departments of the faculty and could be submitted in the respective departments up to December 29. The list of successful candidates will be issued on January 1, 2009. The News

Evening programme
The university's evening programme directorate has announced that admission entry tests for MCS, BSCS and BSSE will be held at 10am and for MBA at 3pm on Dec 19 at the ground adjacent to the gymnasium and visual arts department.

Candidates have been advised to reach the examination centre 30 minutes before the scheduled time of tests. An admission list of successful candidates will be displayed on the notice board of the evening programme office and at the Silver Jubilee gate on Dec 24 at 4pm. Fees will be received from 4pm to 7:30pm between Dec 26 and 31. Claim forms can be submitted on Dec 24 and 26. A list of the approved claims will be displayed at the office of the evening programme on Dec 28 at 4 pm.

FUUAST registration date
The Federal Urdu University for Arts, Science and Technology has extended the date for submission of registration forms for special examinations of seminary students till Dec 20.

According to a release issued by the university's controller of examinations, the date for submission of registration forms for BA, BCom and MA (Private) examinations has also been extended with a late fee till Jan 10, 2009. Candidates having passed their last examinations in 2007 are eligible for registration.

Bahria University's fonference
Bahria University's Karachi campus in collaboration with the Higher Education Commission will organise a two-day international conference from Dec 23.

It was announced that 141 research papers were accepted for presentation during the conference, which would cover diversified subjects in the fields of engineering, science and technology. Dawn

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Revisiting December 16, 1971:Have we learnt from our mistakes?
Karachi: The question about whether Pakistan has learnt from mistakes made in the past was the highlight of the day at 'Revisiting December 16, 1971' - a seminar held Tuesday at the Sir Adamjee Intermediate College for Science and Commerce.

University of Karachi (KU) Pakistan Study Centre (PSC) Director Dr Syed Jaffar Ahmed, and Dr Syed Mohammad Reza Kazmi of the Oxford University Press (OUP), both eminent historians and authors of several books, were invited to share their views and enlighten students on one of Pakistan's gravest crises since independence.

Dr Ahmed said that the Legal Framework Order (LFO) was the principal factor that brought about the dismemberment of Pakistan. The clause in the LFO which stated that simple majority of the Constituent assembly can approve the constitution meant that only the 151 out of 300 members can give their ascent for future constitutions. He said that Z.A. Bhutto was absolutely right when he opposed this on the pretext that a majority from four federating units could not have been left at the mercy of one province i.e. East Pakistan. He also lamented the fact that the political discourse of Pakistan is misleading to such an extent that any intellectual debate based on historical facts is impossible. "The military mind is not trained to grasp political crises of high magnitude," Dr Ahmed said.

Dr Kazimi spoke about the history of Bangladesh. He explained that Bengal had always desired political independence against imperial domination be it Hindu or Muslim, since the age of Harsha down to the age of Akbar.

"Husyen Shaheed Suhrawardy, the then chief minister, and Kiran Shankar Roy, then leader of the opposition in the Bengal Legislative Assembly, presented a scheme of a United and Independent Bengal. Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Liaquat Ali Khan, Sarat Chandra Bose and even Mahatma Gandhi agreed, but the Congress President, Jawaharlal Nehru refused," he said.

Dr Kazimi was of the view that if West Pakistan had been benign to Bengalis the worst could have been avoided. He added that if the lessons learnt from this event are not placed in their correct context, then the echoes from the past can also mar future generations.

Commander Najeeb Anjum, Principal of the college stressed the need for establishing Truth and Reconciliation Commission as was formed by Nelson Mandela in South Africa. The News

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