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Flowers on Show at KU Plant Conservation Centre

A three-day flower show was inaugurated by Vice Chancellor of Karachi University Prof Dr Mohammad Qaiser on the campus on Monday. The event was organised to showcase the university’s Plant Conservation Centre’s mission to conserve and restore rare endemic plants of southern regions of the country through tissue culture. Speaking on the occasion, the KU vice chancellor said that thousands of plant species throughout the world were endangered and facing extinction with the current trend of their exploitation and destruction. “In such a situation it is imperative that awareness is…

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KU awards 16 PhD ,MPhil degrees

Karachi University’s advanced studies and research awarded granted eight PhD and as many MPhil degrees to 16 learners on Tuesday. Those who were granted PhD degrees were Muhammad Mujtaba Ali (pharmacology), Tahir Hameedullah Khan (applied criminology), Lubina Abdi (chemistry HEJ), Najamur Rehman (pharmacognosy), Nuzhat Sultana (pharmacology), Tahira Mohsan Ali (food sciences and technology), Abida Anwar (biotechnology KIBGE), and Farukh Mansoor (chemistry). Researchers who were granted MPhil degrees were Hazrat Yusuf (applied chemistry), Mariam Munawar (chemistry HEJ), Muhammad Aetimadullah Khan (pharmacology), Syeda Tamkeen Fatima (molecular medicine), Nageena Gul (public administration), Asif…

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KUTS urged Govt to release KU grant

The Karachi University Teachers Society (Kuts) has advised the govt release the university grant or else teachers would be compelled to take an excessive evaluate. The issues regarding the university’s economic problems were indicated at a conference of the society’s professional human body organised on Monday. Speaking to Beginning, Dr Muttahir Ahmed, president of the society, said the management had clearly informed teachers that it had no money to pay for incomes and they had to hang on until the govt or the HEC launched the quantity.

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Karachi University Students Organized Annual Book Fair

In an age when most people have given up the addiction of studying books, Karachi University’s (KU) vice-chancellor congratulated his students for organising a successful book fair. “We ignore the point that the reasons for a experienced and knowledge-based community is the addiction of studying books,” said Prof. Dr Mohammad Qaisar at the inauguration of a three-day book reasonable organized by the student-run Study Aid Project (Sap) on Tuesday. The book fair has more than 50 booths with around 300,000 books on stories, non-fiction and school. It will proceed until…

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Two murdered, Three injured in Strike on Gulbahar Hardware Shops

Two men were murdered and three others injured in what cops alleged was a sectarian strike on three shops in Gulbahar’s hardware market on Wed, cops said. The Gulbahar area, a low-income neighborhood in its main region, has become Karachi’s new hotbed of sectarian, governmental and cultural terrorism, where as many as 25 individuals have been targeted since Jan 1, cops said. They said that four attackers driving two motorbikes appeared near Peetal Gali in Gulbahar within the remit of the Rizvia cops place, started out infrequent fire on individuals…

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Another 40-Feet Long Shark caught of Karachi Beach

Sea professionals have raised issues over the loss of life of a juvenile whale shark unintentionally captured off Charna Isle on Thursday afternoon and then delivered to the Karachi Fish Harbor on Friday morning. According to preliminary reports, the 14-foot-long whale shark is between three and four loads. Known to be a slow-moving plankton-eating shark, the whale shark (Rhincodon typus) is the biggest residing varieties of fish and is extremely docile. It has been detailed as ‘vulnerable’ by the Worldwide Partnership for Efficiency of Characteristics and is involved in ‘Appendix…

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KU Convocation: 155 get Gold Medals

More than 3,000 students were granted degrees while 155 of them were given Gold medals at the Karachi University yearly convocation organized on Wed. Like past years, Sindh Governor Dr Ishratul Ibad, the university chancellor, could not make it to the event. According to a university press release, 3,366 students of nine capability were granted degrees this year. However, 771 students attended the convocation. This involved over 180 PhD and 101 master’s students. There were 155 gold medals recipients from both morning and evening programs. Previously, Earlier, gold medals were…

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Principals of local collages tour Lyari University for review

A delegation of fundamentals of 12 colleges frequented the newly-established Benazir Bhutto Shaheed University in Lyari on Wed to evaluation the organization before finalising finalising affiliations for their degree programmes. The degree colleges situated in Lyari, Malir, Gadap and Keamari that are currently associated with University of Karachi (KU) and produce yearly income value Rs30 million for the organization, were instructed by the Sindh education department last year to get their collages associated with the Lyari University, the KU examinations controller, Dr Arshad Azmi. Later, in a conference with authorities…

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KU issues Delayed Papers’ Schedule

Karachi University has declared a revised schedule of postponed papers. The paper of Teaching of General Science/Commerce of BEd, postponed on Jan 18, will now be held on Feb 2, from 10am to 1pm. Functional English of MEd, postponed on Jan 18, will be held on Feb 2. Anatomy-II (Part B) of MBBS, delayed on Jan 18, will be organised on Feb 7. Anatomy-II (Part B) of MBBS, postponed on Jan 18, will be held on Feb 7. Pharmacology of BDC Second Professional, postponed on Jan 19, will be held…

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