Four KU syndicate members decry violation of procedure

Karachi:April 25:At least four senior faculty members of the University of Karachi, who are also part of the varsity’s syndicate, sent their note of dissent to the Registrar Office on Friday against t

200 students from Sindh’s rural areas to get education in Islamabad

Karachi:April 24:The provincial education department is striving hard to provide better education facilities to the students of rural areas of Sindh, the minister for education and literacy said on Th

Students in Sindh and Balochistan are cheating in Exam

Karachi:23 April:Education is one of the basic rights of every citizen. In our country, the education sector is in decline. In fact, it seems that students are also not serious about their studies.

Sindh University to establish CPEC Research Centre

Karachi:22 April:Given that many people are not well-versed in English, the library offers an interesting collection in the local Urdu language.

Liaquatabad’s women now have a library to go to

Karachi:22 April:A library exclusively established for women opened its doors in Liaquatabad on Thursday.

Sindh education dept hosts principals’ training conference

KARACHI:April 21:Education Minister Jam Mehtab Hussain Dahar has admitted that the state of education in Sindh is deteriorating compared to other provinces.

Governor directed to appoint DUHS VC in Three Days

KARACHI:April 21:The Sindh High Court (SHC) directed on Wednesday the provincial governor to appoint a vice-chancellor of Dow University of Health Sciences (DUHS) within three days, a sign that the co

Police take over Rangers' duties at Karachi University

KARACHI:April 21:The tug of war between the Sindh government and the paramilitary force took Karachi University (KU) as its first victim.

Karachi Literature Festival goes to London

Karachi:April 21:To celebrate 70 years of Pakistan’s independence, Pakistan’s biggest literary event, the Karachi Literature Festival (KLF), pioneered by the Oxford University Press (Pakistan), travel

Almost 98pc of CSS candidates failed exam last year

Karachi:20 April:The annual percentage of successful candidates who take the Central Superior Services (CSS) exam has been decreasing drastically.



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