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Student congregations a no-no inside KU campus

Student congregations a no-no inside KU campus

KARACHI – Any kind of student congregations on campus have been banned by the University of Karachi (KU) administration, with the decision set to be enforced from January 15 – when students return for the new academic session, Pakistan Today has learnt.
The varsity administration, in a meeting with the Rangers director-general (DG), has also decided to hand over its security affairs to Pakistan Rangers due to the prevailing law and order situation on campus, sources said.

KU exams in limbo for security reasons

KARACHI: Thousands of students, who had to appear in the BA, BSc, BDS and MBBS examinations scheduled to start from today (Monday), would have to wait till the new dates are announced. The delay in the announcement is reportedly due to the fact that the University of Karachi administration is yet to ensure security for the examination.
Fearing the untoward incidents during the examinations, the invigilators have refused to perform their duties due to poor security. The uncertain

KU and UoG to join hands

KARACHI: The vice chancellors of the University of Karachi (KU) and University of Gujrat (UoG) on Tuesday agreed in principle that the two universities should collaborate on various sectors of education. A meeting was held in this regard between the KU Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Pirzada Qasim Raza Siddiqui and UoG Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Mohammad Nizamuddin. Nizamuddin along with his wife was on a visit to the KU, which is their Alma mater as well.
The UoG Sociology Department

Rangers to deal with KU ‘miscreants’

KARACHI: Rangers personnel have been authorised to take action against all students disrupting the peaceful environment of the University of Karachi (KU) or found to be involved in any criminal activity.
In a meeting on Saturday, KU Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Pirzada Qasim Raza Siddiqui issued special instructions to the Pakistan Rangers Sindh to control the lawlessness at the varsity.
It was decided in the meeting that every student must wear the university’s identity card to

Political pressure blocks appointment of KU Islamic Learning dean

KARACHI: The growing political pressure has become a hurdle in appointment of faculty of Islamic learning dean at the University of Karachi despite passing nearly two years of Jalaluddin Noori’s suspension as a dean, Pakistan Today learnt on Monday.
Faculty of Islamic Learning has been working without permanent dean for the last 21 months due to growing political pressure for reappointment of Jalaluddin Noori as dean. Noori was suspended by syndicate of the varsity when he was

KU to run last year’s admission policy

The University of Karachi (KU) has not formulated a new admission policy for the new academic year and announced that it would continue last year’s policy.
A meeting of the KU Admission Committee was held on Monday that was decided that the admissions for the year 2011 will commence as per the policy of the previous year.
In order to make the procedure less complicated, it has been decided that applicants interested in applying for admission to the faculty of