KU announces BCom, BA exam forms date
Karachi, Oct 14: The University of Karachi (KU) has extended the date for †submission of †forms for B.Com. (Private) Supplementary Examinations without late fee till October 16, 2014. According to KU Director Examinations Prof. Dr. Arshad Azmi the students can submit their examination forms with Rs 3,400/- fee for Previous/ Final Year and with Rs 6,000/- fee for combined Previous and Final Years at the Bank Counter situated at Silver Jubilee Gate of the University. He said that those candidates who were registered in 2011 or earlier †will be eligible to appear in the supplementary exams 2013.
Those students who had been registered in 2007 or earlier and intend to appear in the supplementary exams †will be required to submit Rs 3,000/- extra charges in addition to the exam fee. It may be mentioned here that this is the last chance for those candidates who have the registration of 2000 or earlier to appear in 2013 supplementary exams. Meanwhile, the University of Karachi (KU) has announced the date for the submission of B.A. (Private) annual exam forms.
The students can submit their exam forms with Rs 3,075/- fee for Previous/Final Year and Rs 5,500/- fee for combined Previous/ Final Years till October 24, 2014 at the Bank Counter situated at the Silver Jubilee Gate. It may be mentioned that those candidates who have the registration of 2012-13 or earlier †will be eligible to submit the forms for the annual exams for 2014.†Daily timesYour Comments
New dates for KU papers
Karachi: The University of Karachi (KU) announced October 28 as the new date of examination for BA and B.Sc papers postponed on September 25. Whereas the BDS (2nd pro-fessional) exam would now be conducted on October 11 said the KU Controller of Exams Dr Arshad Azmi.
However, no changes in the time and place had been notified.
KU students can deposit their semester fee for the 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10 semesters as well as the examination fee by October 17 with a late fee of Rs500. The news
5,000 candidates appearin SSUET entry test
Karachi: As many as 5,000 candidates appeared in the Pre-Admission entry test for the bachelors degree programmes announced by Sir Syed University Engineering and Technology for the academic year 2015 held at Karachi Expo Centre under the strict security measures. The large number of candidates from Gilgit-Baltistan and Azad Kashmir besides other parts of the four provinces appeared in 2-hour test. Results will be announced in December that may be checked on SSUET notice Board and also on the university's website www.ssuet.edu.pk. Classes for new batch will start from January 3. Chancellor of SSUET Engr. Muhammad Adil Usman visited the examination centre and praised the arrangements made by the authorities concerned. Speaking on the occasion, he said that Sir Syed University prepares professionals with their extra ordinary skill and outstanding ability. The university has established itself as a globally recognised destination for academic excellence, he added. Vice Chancellor Prof, Dr Syed Jawaid Hassan Rizvi pointed out that keeping the new emerging trends; the university has introduced Electrical Engineering Department from the new academic year. Daily times
Admission lists for govt colleges announced
Karachi: The admission lists for humanities and commerce groups in the government-run colleges for men and women were issued on Saturday.
With the announcement of admissions in the humanities and commerce groups, the admission process for the academic year 2014-15 has been completed. The classes are likely to commence after October 13 at the government colleges of the city.
Owing to the adoption of Sindh E-Centralised College Admission Programme-2014 (SECCAP), the admission process at the colleges faced a lot of delay. Last year, the classes began from September 14, while this year the process of notifying admission lists was completed on September 27.
All admissions have been granted under the newly-adopted SECCAP-2014. As many as 18,853 male students have been given admissions in 57 colleges in commerce faculty, whereas a total of 13,711 females secured admissions in 53 government colleges. In humanities faculty, 7,300 female students got admissions in 64 colleges, while 933 male students secured admissions in 35 colleges of the city.
BIEK announces first-year results
Karachi: Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK) Controller of Examinations Muhammad Imran Khan Chishti announced the results of the Higher Secondary School Certificate Part I (Class XI) annual examinations 2014 on Monday.
Ninety candidates registered for the humanities regular group for special candidates exams, of whom 89 took the exams and 81 cleared all the papers. The pass percentage stood at 91.01 percent.
Two hundred and ninety-one candidates registered for the home economics group exams, of whom 282 took the exams and 125 cleared all the papers. The pass percentage stood at 44.33 percent.
Twenty-two candidates registered for the diploma in physical education exams, of whom 17 cleared all the papers. The pass percentage stood at 77.27 percent. The news
Oxford to hold countrywide book fair from Oct 31
Karachi: Oxford University Press is holding its annual Oxford Book Fair from 1 to 31 October 2014 at the Oxford bookshops in Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Faisalabad, Multan, Rahimyar Khan, Sargodha, Peshawar, Abbottabad, Quetta, Hyderabad, and Sukkur.
The much-awaited yearly event offers attractive discounts on a wide range of books and draws a large number of visitors which includes book-lovers, children, booksellers, librarians, and students and teachers from schools, colleges, and universities.†
The book fair will feature a diverse selection of books including locally published and imported children's books, English Language Teaching material, reference books, and school and higher education textbooks. Well-researched academic and general books on international affairs, politics, history, literature, as well as biographies and memoirs of prominent Pakistani personalities will also be showcased.†
The ever-popular range of Oxford's hallmark English and bi-lingual dictionaries and thesauruses will be available at special, reduced prices.†
Of particular interest to people visiting the fair this year will be Oxford's Urdu Afsanay series of selections from the great Urdu short story writers.†
The three titles published in the series so far Intikhab: Hasan Manzar, Intikhab: Saadat Hasan Manto, and Intikhab: Ghulam Abbas provide quality editions which are accurate, reliable and standardised.†
Children will enjoy browsing through the series of bilingual books, Village Tales and City Tales, which depict the problems and simplicity of village life and show glimpses of city life through the central characters. As part of the book fair, a lucky draw and lucky dip will also be organized at some Oxford bookshops.†Daily times