Controller of Semester Examinations University of Sindh (SU) Muhammad Ali Roshan Pathan has postponed the papers which are scheduled to be held tomorrow (October 23) in public/ private affiliated colleges/ institutes of BCIT Part-III and BBA (Hons) Part-II, first & second semesters owing to the call of strike in the province.

According to circular issued here on Wednesday, the postponed papers have been rescheduled and will now be taken on October 26, 2014 (Sunday).

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The in charge Director Admissions has extended the last date for submission of admission forms for seeking admissions to bachelor’s degree programs at Sindh University Jamshoro and its campuses up to October 24, 2014.

According to a press statement issued here on Wednesday, admission forms for bachelor’s degree programs can be obtained from HBL, Jamshoro and Old Campus, Hyderabad Branches.

The interested candidates can also download admission forms from Sindh University’s website www.usindh.edu.pk and submit the same on Allama I.I Kazi campus which will be received only at the counters established in AC-II Building.

It is further informed that the candidates, who want to seek admissions at the campuses of the varsity, have been advised to submit their admission forms at the concerned campuses.

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A one day seminar titled “career counseling/ guidance for pharmacist” will now be organized on October 25, 2014 instead of October 23 at University of Sindh Jamshoro. The date has been revised following the call of strike given on Thursday in Hyderabad.

Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Imdad Ali Ismaili will be the chief guest and Deputy Director (E&M) DRAP; Karachi will participate as guest of honor.

According to Dean Faculty of Pharmacy Prof. Dr. Abdullah Dayo, the seminar will now be organized in main auditorium hall of faculty of pharmacy at 10 am on Oct 25.

The participants have been advised to note the new date which has been announced by the Dean, Faculty of Pharmacy.

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statisticsDepartment of Statistics, University of Sindh Jamshoro has celebrated “World Statistics Day” by organizing a one-day workshop wherein the faculty members and a large number of students participated and presented 30 papers on various topics of Statistics.

Addressing the workshop, Prof. Raja Muhammad Elyas said: the successful collection of official statistics is often described as a ‘circular process’, in which government, those who supply data to government (respondents), those who use or benefit from the statistics (enterprises and citizens), and the media are all interlinked and interdependent.

He said: the official statistics depend on the goodwill of respondents for an adequate and efficient supply of data. One way in which such goodwill can be fostered is by making available in a user-friendly way to respondents, as well as the public in general.

“It is often argued that statistics are a ‘public good’, because they are collected on behalf of the public and at its expense. But the argument goes beyond that. Official statistics are such a vital indicator of the state of the nation that he who ‘owns’ them has a ‘power’. Ease of access to official statistics is a hallmark of the democratic process; conversely, tight government control of such data is characteristic of the authoritarian states.” He said.

Prof. Elyas further says that to complete the circle, it follows that the news media play a critical role in the process. They are a key channel through which government informs the public on important matters and they act as a ‘watchdog’ in case of any attempt is made to manipulate statistics. The best national statistical offices put a high priority on their relationship with the media.

He says the official statisticians should be as independent from government as judges are in most constitutional systems. Some European countries are even discussing a change in their constitution to recognize statistical independence.

“Statistical integrity and public confidence in integrity are both vital”, said Professor Elyas.

Among others chairperson of the department of statistics was also present.

 

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Sindh University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Dr. Imdad Ali Ismaili has said that all the resources are being utilized to promote research culture on the campus.

He said the university could pave way to progress & development only through research.

This he said while speaking at the inaugural ceremony of the website of Dr. Riffat Sultana, Assistant Professor of Department of Zoology here on Tuesday.

Among others, Registrar Ghulam Muhammad Bhutto, Dean Faculty of Natural Sciences Prof. Dr. Abdul Rasool Abbasi, Dr. Nasreen Memon, Dr. Ghulam Sarwar Gachal, Dr. Naeem Tariq Narejo and Dr. Muhammad Saeed waggan.

Vice-Chancellor said that the scholars will be able to get the information regarding entomology and bio control research laboratory through website and the information about the insects will be available on the website to help scholars conduct their research.

“With the help of website “www.drriffatumer.com”, department of zoology will be able to introduce its research material before the scholars in the world.

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Sindh University Controller of Examinations Dr. Naeem Tariq Narejo has announced the result of M.Sc (Previous) Post Graduate College Side, Annual Examination 2013.

According to details, as many as 272 candidates filled-in their examination forms out of which seven remained absent during the exams while 162 candidates have been declared pass. Similarly, 98 students have been declared fail and the result of five candidates has been with-held owing to various reasons.

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The inaugural ceremony of the website of Dr. Riffat Sultana will be held today (October 21) at the auditorium hall, department of zoology University of Sindh Jamshoro.

Vice-Chancellor Prof. Dr. Imdad Ali Ismaili would inaugurate the website in the ceremony at about 1:00 pm.

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A one day seminar titled “career counseling/ guidance for pharmacist” will be organized on October 23, 2014 at University of Sindh Jamshoro.

Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Imdad Ali Ismaili will be the chief guest and Deputy Director (E&M) DRAP; Karachi will participate as guest of honor.

According to Dean Faculty of Pharmacy Prof. Dr. Abdullah Dayo, the seminar will be organized in main auditorium hall of faculty of pharmacy at 10 am on Oct 23.

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As many as 4,901 candidates including 2310 female students appeared in the pre-admission entry test for the Masters and M.S/ M. Phil programmes announced by University of Sindh (SU) for the academic year 2015 held at the Arts Faculty Building of Allama I.I Kazi Campus Jamshoro here on Sunday.

The entrance test, which started at 11 am, was held peacefully under tight security. Out of 4,901 candidates, 768 girls for Master’s degree programs & a record number of 1542 female students applied for the admissions to M.S/ M. Phil.

According to details, as many as 2508 candidates for admissions to master’s degree programs appeared at SU Allama I.I Kazi Campus Jamshoro while 266 candidates took part in masters’ entry test at additional campuses in Dadu, Larkana, Badin, Thatta and Bhitshah.

For the admissions to M.S/ M. Phil, a record number of 1542 female and 585 male candidates (2127 in total) appeared for the test at Allama I.I Kazi Campus Jamshoro.  The entrance test was taken by Sindh University Testing Centre (SUTC) simultaneously on all the campuses for master’s degree program and it was only taken on Allama I.I Kazi Campus Jamshoro for M.S/ M. Phil.

The Vice-Chancellor Prof. Dr. Imdad Ali Ismaili visited the venue where the pre-entry test was being conducted. He expressed his pleasure over the presence of a huge number of candidates willing to get admission in the alma mater.

Visiting the different seating areas of the centre to monitor the process and ensure transparency, SU Vice-Chancellor told journalists that “out of the total registration of 5,000 candidates, 4901 aspirants appeared in the test for admissions in over 50 disciplines of social sciences, natural sciences, pharmacy, Islamic culture, commerce & business administration and humanities.

He said that the candidates were advised to reach the examination halls latest by 8am along with their admit cards together with other necessary articles to use during the test. Entry into the campus was subject to the security check at the main gate. Parents or guardians were directed to the enclosure reserved for them, he informed the media.

He said that SU will attract the students from all sections of the society as it was situated in a prime location of the province. “The University has a large number of experienced and qualified faculty members who are working with dedication & utmost devotion to produce manpower for capacity building to serve at national & international level”, he said.

Among others, Registrar Ghulam Muhammad Bhutto, Deans of all the faculties including Prof. Dr. Abdul Rasool Abbasi, Prof. Dr. Parvaiz Pathan, Dr. Anwar Khan Pathan, Dr. Javed Iqbal, Dr. Abdullah Dayo, Dr. Noor Ahmed Jamali, Dr. Parveen Munshi, Directors of Institutes Dr. Imamuddin Khoso, Dr. Saleem Chandio, Dr. Mehmood Mughal, Controllers of Examinations Muhammad Ali Roshan Pathan, Dr. Naeem Tariq Narejo, Hostel Provost Dr. Imdad Ali Brohi and Murtaza Khoso.

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Sindh University (SU) Jamshoro is going to conduct Pre-Entry Test today (Oct 19) for admissions to Masters and M.S/ M. Phil degree programs for the session 2014 at Arts Faculty Building, Allama I.I Kazi Campus and it’s all campuses simultaneously wherein over 6500 candidates for both programs will appear.

The candidates have been asked to reach the concerned campuses one an hour before the fixed time so that they may be able to find their seats through their roll numbers easily.

According to details, as many as 2500 aspirants including girls will appear in pre entry test on Allama I.I Kazi campus Jamshoro to seek admissions in M.S/ M. Phil program. While 4000 candidates are expected to take part in the test for admissions to Masters’ degree programs on Allama I.I Kazi Campus Jamshsoro and additional campuses including Laar campus Badin, Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Shaheed campus Dadu, International University of Peace, Sufism & Modern Sciences Bhit Shah, Thatta and Larkana.

The pre-entry test will be conducted through the Sindh University Testing Centre (SUTC). The pre entry test will start from 9 am sharply and the candidates will face 100 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ’s) which has been prepared by SUTC.

On the other hand, the University Administration has made foolproof security arrangements. It also finalized the suitable seating arrangement, waiting area for parents as well as relatives and parking for the vehicles to be brought by the candidates and their parents.

Similarly, the point buses will be plied from Elsa Kazi Campus (Old Campus) Hyderabad, Market, City Gate, Latifabad No. 5 & 7, Agriculture Complex, Qasimabad, Nasim Nagar, Kotri & Jamshoro Phattak at about 7.30 am sharply for bringing the candidates to the campus.

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