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Female students clinch top positions in BA exams

Karachi University on Tuesday announced the results of the BA Part-I and Part-II annual examinations 2020 with female candidates earning three top positions. According to KU Controller of Examinations Dr. Syed Zafar Hussain, 6,708 candidates were registered  3, 388 students appeared in the exams and 997 candidates cleared the papers in the first division, 1,866

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Sindh Government to decides to digitize on Educational Boards

The Sindh government has decided to reform and digitize Educational Boards. A meeting of all Education Boards was held under the Chairmanship of Sindh Minister for Universities and Boards Mr. Muhammad Ismail Rahoo. The meeting was attended by the Secretary of Boards, the Chairman of the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, the CEO

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Female students clinch top three positions in BDS Final Exams

The top three positions in the BDS Final Professional Annual Examination 2021 have been clinched by female students, according to the results announced by Karachi University on Friday. According to the gazette issued by the varsity, 118 candidates registered and 117 appeared in the exams. Ninety-three candidates were declared pass, and the overall pass percentage

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No use passing Inter with 33pc marks as Universities demand at least 45 percent for admission

Prof Saeeduddin is of the view that the minimum passing marks of Intermediate should be the same on which the universities offer admission. To secure admission to any Pakistani university, it is mandatory for the candidates to have at least 45 per cent marks in their Intermediate exams. Those who secure less than 45 and

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Karachi board announces HSSC second-year science, pre-engineering results

The Board of Intermediate Education Karachi announced the results for intermediate Part-II pre-engineering and science groups today, November 9. 91.51% students passed the exams this year. According to a press release, the passing rate this year was 91.51%. “This year, 24,170 students sat for the exams this year, out of which 22,119 passed the assessments,”

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Deteriorating Education Standards in The City exposed by Karachi’s matriculation results

The Board of Secondary Education Karachi’s (BSEK) matriculation exam results for mathematics have exposed the deteriorating education standards in the city. As per the data released by the BSEK, the majority of the candidates had received 50 percent or lesser marks in Physics and Mathematics. A breakdown of the statistics revealed that of a total

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SSC and HSSC Exam Pattern changed by Sindh

In a significant development, the Government of Sindh has reduced the duration of the SSC and HSSC examinations from three hours to two hours for the academic year 2020-21.Addressing a press conference outside the Provincial Assembly on Tuesday, the provincial Minister for Education, Saeed Ghani, announced that the duration of the examinations has been reduced

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Sindh matric examinations start from July 1

Ghani chaired a meeting of the steering committee on education on Saturday. Schedule has been decided for the examinations in the province. June: practical exams July 1 to July 15: matric exams July 28 to August 16: intermediate exams September 15: results of matric exams They have decided to change the format of the exams too.

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Just the tip of the iceberg

Broadsheet is just the tip of the iceberg, Prime Minister Imran Khan said Wednesday in a series of tweets about the corruption of the elite in Pakistan and how it stands exposed. The premier said the elite cannot hide behind the “victimisation” card when it comes to international revelations, making a reference to the Panama

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List of targets NAB assigned to Broadsheet

ISLAMABAD: When Gen Pervez Musharraf initiated an anti-corruption drive in 2000, the National Accountability Bureau had registered scores of people as targets and assigned them to Broadsheet LLC, a firm then hired for tracing assets allegedly made with corrupt money. The Sharif family was on the top of the list of the registered targets whereas

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