April 23rd, 2013
It is notified for information of all concerned that the last date for submission of semester examination forms (Private/Public affiliated Colleges/Institutes), which was previously fixed 19th April 2013 has been extended with effect from 22nd April 2013 are as under:
Without late fee from w.e.f. 22-04-2013 to 24-04-2013
With late fees Rs. 5000/- from w.e.f 25-04-2013 to 26-04-2013
Admission list with date of admission counter sign by the Director Colleges.
All the Private/Public affiliated Colleges/Institutes must submit the examination forms of normal fees/ without late fees (with complete list) on or before 25th April 2013 and examination forms with late fees on 27 April 2013 (with complete list) at undersigned office positively.
Muhammad Ali Roshan
Controller of Examinations
University of Sindh, Jamshoro
April 21st, 2013
The controller of semester examinations Muhammad Ali Roshan Pathan has informed that the first paper of all the departments which was scheduled to be held on Monday, April 22, has been postponed due to some inevitable circumstances.
In a statement issued here from Public Relations Office, the controller said that no paper of any department will be held on Monday i.e April 22, owing to the postponement of paper. He said that he will announce on Monday whether the rest papers would be taken on issued schedule following the meeting with high authorities of the University.
April 19th, 2013
This is circulated for information of all the concerned that the Teaching Departments / Institutes / Centers will remain open on Saturday the 20th April, 2013 due to Semester Examination 2013. All the faculty members and administrative staff are required to be present on their duties as usual.
The Directorate of Admissions, University of Sindh, Jamshoro will also remain open on 20th April, 2013 in order to facilitate the students.
Muhammad Nawaz Narejo
University of Sindh, Jamshoro
April 19th, 2013
The Department of Anthropology & Archaeology, University of Sindh, Jamshoro organized a lecture on ‘Archaeology of Balochistan’ under the guest speaker seminar series in which a German Archaeologist Dr. Ute Franke along with her two students from Italy and Germany presented the fieldwork findings of her archaeological projects conducted in Balochistan, Afghanistan and Iran. In her lecture, she said that Southeastern Balochistan was characterized by narrow river valleys which only occasionally provided space for alleviation, and thus agriculture adding that the catchment areas are smaller and, due to the high gradient of the tributaries, the seasonal floods are often destructive and wash away the soil. She further said in such a harsh and barren environment, irrigation through channels, qanats, or seasonal flooding was an essential prerequisite for settlement. “It thus developed early as an essential measure for the production of crops required by a growing population. The rising number of settlements from the beginning of settled life in the 6th millennium through the mid-third millennium BC witnesses the success of food production through farming and pastoralist”. Dr. Franke said. The lecture program was chaired by chairman of the department Prof. Mukhtiar Qazi and Rafique Wassan introduced the guests whereas a large number of students and faculty members of the Department attended the lecture and asked the question about archaeological and anthropological research. Later, German Archaeologist Dr Ute Franke and her students Elisa Cortesi from Italy and Carmen Gutschow from Germany had a meeting with the vice chancellor Dr. Nazir A. Mughal and discussed the developments of academic linkages between the University of Sindh and German Archaeology department in a bid to promote exchange program so that the students and faculty members of related departments of both the countries could get an opportunity to visit Pakistan and Germany. Both agreed to sign MoU soon in this connection to pave ways for faculty & students exchange programs. Dr. Mughal told the guests that Sindh University had best departments in the field of science including chemistry and geology departments and the German
faculty and students could get benefits from them.
April 18th, 2013
All arrangements including maintenance of law and order have been finalized to conduct the semester examinations in all disciplines of the University of Sindh (SU) Jamshoro, starting from April 22, 2013. According to University spokesman Nadir Ali Mugheri, the Registrar Muhammad Nawaz Narejo presided over a meeting which was attended among others by Dean Dr Asad Ali Shaikh, Controller of Examinations (Annual) Dr Naim Tariq Narejo, Controller of Examinations (Semesters) Muhammad Ali Roshan Pathan, Transport Officer Sajad Ali Shah, Rangers and police officials.
The meeting advised all directors and heads of the institutes and departments to form committees which would not only guide the candidates at the main entrance of the examination centers but also ensure a peaceful atmosphere with discouragement of copying during examinations. The meeting decided a ban on the entry of unauthorized persons inside the buildings of departments where semester examinations will be conducted.
It also imposed a ban on carrying any kind of arms during examinations whereas no one will be permitted to come to exams centres by their bikes. The point buses will be plied during exams from hostels to various departments.
April 18th, 2013
A four-member committee constituted by the vice chancellor Dr. Nazir A. Mughal regarding the up gradation of Sindh University press, has agreed to modernize the press in order to get better results in matters of publication without wastage of time. The meeting of the committee was held at Sindh University press building under the convener-ship of Prof. Dr. Mohammad Sidique Kalhoro which was attended by director finance Mushtaq Ahmed Memon, purchase & store officer Mohammad Mashooq Siddiqui and manager press Ghulam Murtaza Siyal. The meeting reviewed the performance of the press and facilities which are available there. On the occasion, the manager press briefed the co-members about the press and said that up-gradation of it was must for the smooth running of the press as the load of the work has affected it to a great extent owing to an increased number of campuses. “We have to publish various things of the campuses opened in different cities and the press consumes much time owing to its old age; it needs to be upgraded and modernized” Mr siyal said. After a thorough consideration of the matters relating to the press, the committee agreed to upgrade the publishing machine so that it might bear work load and function properly to save time with better results. The committee will send its recommendations to the vice chancellor Dr. Nazir A. Mughal for further actions.
April 18th, 2013
Sindh University vice chancellor Prof. Dr. Nazir A. Mughal has returned home after he completed his 4-day visit to Turkey along with Governors’ delegation. The delegation visited a number of Turkish universities and developed academic linkages and training programs. It also inked some memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the best universities of Turkey in an attempt to provide academic facilities to the faculty and students of Sindh University and other varsities of the province. After the completion of its tour toTurkey, the delegation headed by Governor Sindh reached Karachi and thus the vice chancellor Dr. Nazir A. Mughal rushed to Jamshoro to resume his charge. It may be noted that Dr. Nazir A. Mughal is the pioneer of international academic linkages in Pakistan.
April 18th, 2013
The administration of Sindh University is paying a remarkable attention on academic activities on the campus in a bid to enhance the confidence level of the students and promote culture of research as poster presentation & model exhibition was arranged in the Institute of Bio-chemistry, University of Sindh, Jamshoro in which a large number of students of BS Part-I & BS Part-IV (Biochemistry) under the supervision of Dr. Naseem Aslam Channa, Associate Professor participated with their posters and models of different equipments relating to the field. In the exhibition, the Students presented & explained the posters on different topics of Biochemistry linked to the clinical, nutritional & environmental aspects i.e. cardio vascular diseases, cataracts, food allergens. Besides, many informative presentations were displayed on different research topics to develop & enhance the research culture among the students of the institute. Prof. Dr. Allah Bux Ghanghro, Director Institute of Biochemistry & faculty members visited the exhibition & appreciated the efforts of the students & teacher. Mr. Ghanghro encouraged the efforts made by the students & highlighted the importance of the event.
April 17th, 2013
The certificates’ distribution ceremony in the Human Resource Management (HRM) subject of MBA (Evening) final-year was organized on Tuesday in Allama Daud pota Auditorium, IBA, Building of the University of Sindh, Jamshoro following the group discussion among the students of the department. The ceremony got underway with the recitation from holy Quran followed by Naat-E- Rasool-E-Akram S.A.W.W which was attended by the Dean Faculty of Commerce & Business Administration, Prof Dr. Noor Mohammad Jamali, Director, IBA, Dr. Imamuddin Khoso & the teaching faculty of IBA. The students of MBA (Final) Evening including Ghulam Ishaque Malik, Shehzadi Maryam Nida, Hira Khalid Khan, Hira Soomro, Suhail Baig Laghari, Rameez Hassan Sandeelo and Sajjad Jamali took part in group discussion which was titled as “Health, Safety, & Environmental Sustainability”. The Dean on the occasion said that the academic activities made the IBA, University of Sindh students analogous with the demand in the Job-Market adding that this academic session will guide the junior batches to get the knowledge and develop the group-meeting skills in the competitive Job market environment. The Director, IBA also treasured the event, saying this type of activity will lead the students to the academic excellence and accomplishment. However, the ceremony was brought to an end with the distribution of certificates among the triumphant students who were declared successful in group discussion by the Dean, Director, & the IBA faculty.
April 12th, 2013
The monthly allowance of M. Phil has been enhanced from Rs. 2500 to Rs. 5000 in Sindh University Jamshoro under the decision made by syndicate of the varsity. A notification in this regard has also been issued by Registrar.
According to the notification issued, the M. Phil allowance has been doubled from Rs. 2500 to Rs. 5000 per month in pursuance of varsity syndicate’s resolution no. 24 resolved at its 184th meeting held on April 9, 2013. The allowance will be given to the people concerned with effect from the date of syndicate’s meeting.