KU VC thanks CM Sindh for disapproving unjust grant summary for
The Vice Chancellor of the University of Karachi, Professor Dr Muhammad
Ajmal Khan, has welcomed Chief Minister Sindh’s decision to disapprove the
committee’s recommendations for not allocating the grant to major
universities of Sindh. He hoped that all the universities across Sindh will
be provided funds as per their requirements.
The Vice-Chancellor had expressed dissatisfaction over the absence of
grants of four major universities in the recent summary send to the Chief
Minister House. He hailed the decision of Chief Minister of Sindh Syed
Murad Ali Shah for taking immediate notice of this unjust summary and
It has been revealed that the grant of four major universities of Sindh was
not included in the summary. He said that funds allocation as per the needs
of the universities is a milestone for the development of universities in
It is worthy to mention that the issuance of grant for public universities
is directly linked with the enrolment of students around the world.
Therefore, major public sector universities are extremely thankful to the
Chief Minister of Sindh for advocating the position of major universities
and supporting the allocation of funds in line with ‘Base Allocation’.
He observed that the formulated distribution of funds will promote the
research culture in the universities. He stressed that the vacuum in
Pakistan’s education system can only be filled by encouraging the major
universities. “We will only be acknowledged by the world if we promote
KU announces M.Ed. annual exam 2018 results
The Controller of Examinations, University of Karachi, Dr Irfan Aziz, on
Monday announced results of M.Ed. (morning), M.Ed. first and second year
(evening) Annual Examination-2018.
The gazette issued shows that Farhat Zamani daughter of Saeed Uz Zaman,
bearing seat number 97051, Government College of Education (F.B. Area),
secured 1038 marks and clinched overall first position in M.Ed. (Morning)
Annual Examination 2018 while Hina Ambreen d/o Tariq Mahmood, having seat
number 97064 of Government College of Education (F.B. Area), scored 1028
marks and bagged second position whereas Dur-e-Zainab Hussain d/o Muhammad
Hussain, seat number 97220, Fatimiyah College, received 994 marks and
It also shows that 298 candidates were registered and appeared of which 10
students passed their exams with A-1 grade, 192 candidates with A-grade and
25 students with B-grade whereas 71 candidates were declared fail. The
overall pass percentage was 76.17 percent.
Meanwhile, 36 students were registered and appeared in M.Ed. First Year
(Evening Program) Annual Examination-2018 of which 23 candidates were
declared pass and 13 failed. The overall pass percentage was 63.89 percent.
As per gazette, 49 candidates were registered and appeared in M.Ed. Second
Year (Evening Program) Annual Examination 2018 and 25 students managed to
pass their exams with A-grade and 24 candidates were declared fail. The
overall pass percentage was 51.02 percent.
KU grants another chance to not promoted students
Karachi University Administration on Monday announced that all those
regular students, who were admitted before and in 2016 and bear “Not
Promoted Status” in next years for promotion, can acquire relevant form
from the Office of Student’s Advisor and submit it till April 30, 2019, as
per the notification issued by the KU Student’s Advisor Office.