School of Psychology & Speech Pathology Top Up Scholarship at Curtin University, Australia
This is a Postgraduate Research Program Merit Based Scholarship and students are eligible from any nationality to apply for the same. Only 1 such awards are being offered. The successful candidate will receive an annual top up stipend of $7000 per annum for up to a period of three (3) years. This would ideally suit a candidate who is in receipt of an APA/ CUPS/ NHMRC or a competitive merit based scholarship BUT it is not a requirement for 3 Year.
Application Deadline; 31 Oct 2014
Karachi:13 July:The University of Karachi (KU) announced on Friday that tests for enrolment in MPhil and PhD programmes at the Public Administration Department would be conducted on July 13.
Registrar Dr Muazam Ali Khan said in a statement that the list of successful candidates would be displayed the same day in the evening at the department, while interviews would be conducted at 9:30am on July 14.
He instructed all the candidates to reach with their admit cards and original CNICs at the department by 9:30am.The news.
Karachi:13 July:The university extended admission the date for admissions to evening programmes for two days.
According to Director Evening Programmes Dr Abid Hasnain, the date for admissions to master’s programmes and diplomas has been extended till July 15.
He said the interested candidates could submit their admission forms on July 14, and 15 to the UBL bank counter at the Silver Jubilee gate of the university till 4pm.The news.
Karachi:13 July:The Sindh government will monitor the educational system using smartphones from August this year.
Five districts – Khairpur, Larkana, Nawabshah, Umerkot and Malir in Karachi have been selected for the project that is part of the Sindh Educational Sector Plan.
Officials say that 2,000 smartphone experts will be hired in the first phase of the plan.
The idea of monitoring through smartphones was initiated by the Additional Education Chief Secretary Dr Fazal Pechuho.
Karachi:13 July:The high court granted bail to a former controller of examinations of the University of Karachi in a case of issuing fake medical college admission letters.
Syed Inkesarul Haq was being prosecuted among others for his involvement in issuing 38 fake medical admission letters in the Sindh Medical College during 2000 and 2001.
The petitioner’s counsel submitted that his client had nothing to do with the offence as he was the controller of examinations and had no concern with the admission process.
He prayed to the court to grant bail to the petitioner as he was heart patient and required medical treatment. The NAB deputy prosecutor general opposed the bail on the ground that two co-accused had implicated him in the commission of the offence.
An SHC division bench headed by Justice Mohammad Ali Mazhar after hearing the arguments of the counsel granted bail to Haq on a surety of Rs100,000.The news.
Karachi:July 14:A teenage hostage was rescued and one of his three captors was shot dead in a raid conducted by the Anti-Violent Crime Cell (AVCC) and the Citizens-Police Liaison Committee (CPLC) near the Northern Bypass on Sunday.
Eighteen-year-old Haseebullah had been picked up from near his residence in Javed Bahria Housing Society on Mauripur Road on June 28.
The kidnappers had demanded Rs20 million as ransom for the release of the college student. Haseebullah remained in captivity for over two weeks as his family tried to negotiate over the exorbitant ransom amount.
During that period, we managed to trace the kidnappers’ location. On Sunday, a joint raid with the AVCC was conducted in Gulshan-e-Mazdur near the Northern Bypass. After a fierce encounter in which one of the captors was killed, our teams managed to recover the abducted teen safe and sound,” said a CPLC spokesman. He added that two other kidnappers had managed to escape.
This was the second successful rescue operation by the AVCC and CPLC within the space of three days, after 17-year-old Shahbaz – kidnapped from Gulistan-e-Jauhar on June 4 – was rescued from Moro on Friday.The news.
Toni Dick Memorial Prize at Queensland University of Technology, Australia
This is a Postgraduate Program Merit & Gender Based Scholarship and students are eligible from National & International Student to apply for the same. Only Few such award is being offered. This Scholarship will Offer you $550 for Complete Course Duration.
Application Deadline: 13 Oct 2014
KHAIRPUR:14 July: Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah has said 75 per cent of more than 9,000 schools that had been lying closed for years have been reopened under the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) policy of promoting education.
Speaking at a reception hosted for him by the Khairpur District Bar Association on Saturday evening, the chief minister said that with the assistance of USAID, as many as 120 primary schools equipped with all modern facilities were being established in the province. One of such schools was being established in Korro village of Khairpur district, he added.
Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarships at University of Arts London, United Kingdom
Funded by the University, these scholarships are some of our most prestigious awards. They aim to fully support 10 students from countries outside the G20 group* who are on full-time masters degrees starting in January 2015. We particularly welcome applicants from conflict-affected regions.
Application Deadline: 30 Sep 2014
MIRPURKHAS:17 July: Two candidates secured the first position in the annual examination 2014 of the SSC part II (class-X) science group as announced by the board of intermediate and secondary education (BISE) Mirpurkhas on Tuesday.
Tehniat Ashraf, daughter of Muhammad Ashraf Khan, of the City School (Junior branch) Mirpurkhas got 778 marks with percentage 91.52 and Dewan, son of Prem, of South City School Mithi, district Tharparkar, acquired the same marks, both clinching the first position.
Asha Bai, daughter of Kelash Kumar, of St. Michael Convent Higher Secondary School Mirpurkhas stood second, obtaining 776 marks with 91.29 percentage.
Ferwa, daughter of Shafqat Ali, of The Mak Secondary and Higher Secondary School System Digri secured the third position by gaining 773 marks with 90.94 percentage.
Total 28,948 boys and girls candidates appeared in the annual examination. Of them, 2,240 boys and girls passed in A-1 grade, 6,569 candidates in A grade, 9,451 in B grade, 6,381 in C grade and 852 candidates in D grade.
Success of the result remained 88.12 per cent.Published in Dawn, July 16th, 2014