Announcement regarding depositing admission fees of Bachelor & Masters

JAMSHORO: The University of Sindh has asked the applicants who have been selected for admissions to bachelor degree programme for the academic session 2015, to deposit their admission fee from today (December 1) to December 5, 2014 for admissions in various disciplines at Allama I.I Kazi campus Jamshoro and its constituent campuses.

In this regard, the incharge Director Admissions said that the selected students can get computerized fees challan from the counters established at administration (AC-II) building and deposit their admission fees at Habib Bank Limited.

According to press statement all the candidates selected for admission under district reserved seats must bring with them the original domicile and PRC at the time of collection of fees challans.

On the other hand, the last date of depositing admission fees for admissions to Masters programs-2015 has also been extended by December 2, 2014.

Semester exams of LLB at ICL to begin from soon

JAMSHORO: Sindh University Controller of Examinations Muhammad Ali Roshan Pathan has informed that the semester examination of LLB (Hons)Part-I (Batch 2014), Part-II (Batch 2013) and Part-III (Batch 2012) 5 years Program, at Indus College of Law (ICL) Hyderabad will be held soon.

The principal of the college has been asked to receive the examination forms from respective regular and failure students duly completed in all respects from November 28 2014 to December 9, 2014 without late fee and the same will be accepted with late fee of Rs. 5000 after due date which is from December 10 to December 12.

The principal has been directed to submit all the documents at Controller office before December 15, 2014.

Aapa Mariyam Noohani death condoled

JAMSHORO: Vice chancellors of the Sindh University Prof. Dr. Imdad Ali Ismaili and Registrar Ghulam Muhammad Bhutto have expressed deep sense of sorrow over the death of veteran educationalist and former syndicate member of SU Aapa Mariyam Noohani.

In their separate messages, the vice chancellors said Aapa Noohani’s death had caused an irreparable loss to the national interest and girls’ education in Sindh and the gap created could not be fulfilled.

SU Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Imdad Ali Ismaili said Aapa Mariyam was a torch-bearer of ideology of female education and she devoted all his educational life to protect the rights of women education in the province.

He has directed organizing a condolence reference to pay a tribute to Aapa Mariyam Noohani.

On the other hand, Registrar Ghulam Muhammad Bhutto on behalf of officers, faculty members and employees also offered his deep condolences on the sad demise of Aapa Mariyam.

He said her death had created a void which could never be filled.

Two SU scholars defend their initial M. Phil, PhD thesis successfully

JAMSHORO: Two scholars of M. Phil and PhD Ghulam Muhammad Bhutto and Ghulam Ali Shaikh have defended their initial thesis successfully in two separate seminars organized here at Institute of Business Administration, University of Sindh, Jamshoro.

According to details, M. Phil Scholar Ghulam Muhammad Bhutto presented his initial thesis in the seminar. He talked about his topic titled “Impact of Higher Education Commission’s training on University teachers’ performance at Jamshoro”. His supervisor Prof. Dr. Imamuddin Khoso and co-supervisor Dr. Aashiq Ali Jhatiyal were also present on the occasion.

On the other hand, Ghulam Ali Shaikh in the presence of his supervisor Dr. Hakim Ali Kanasero presented his initial hesis on the topic “foreign direct investment and its impact on the economy of Pakistan from 1983 to 2012”.

Both the scholars successfully defended their initial thesis during question-answer sessions.

Sindh Varsity to establish Chinese Corner to teach Chinese Language

JAMSHORO: The Area Study Centre Far East & South East Asia (FESEA) of the University of Sindh will setup Chinese corner by February 2015 wherein Chinese language will be taught. This was decided in a meeting which held here on Tuesday to sign the memorandum of understanding.

Director of the centre Prof. Dr. Hamadullah Kakepoto with Chinese Chief Executive of China Hanban Book Publishing Company Chen Fang alias Kathy Chen signed the agreement.

According to agreement, The Area Study Centre will establish “Chinese Corner” to teach the aspirant students Chinese language whereas the company will be providing the funds amounting $ 7,000 and 5000 books annually to FESEA for the next three years.

FESEA will keep the books in its library while the amount will be spent on the development of Chinese Corner. In the meeting the first installment of funds amounting Rs. 571000 and 50 books were handed over to the Director Dr. Hamadullah Kakepoto.

The Chinese corner will be inaugurated by Chinese Consular General in Karachi in the month of February next year.

The Vice-Chancellor Prof. Dr. Imdad Ali Ismaili has congratulated Dr. Kakepoto for his untiring efforts to develop academic linkage with China Hanban Book Publishing Company, Xicheng District, Beijing.

13 students caught cheating during Vice-Chancellor, Commissioner’s visit to exams centres

JAMSHORO: At least thirteen students were caught cheating during the 2nd day of the annual examinations of BSC, BA, BSC Home Economics, B.Com Part-II and MA Final conducted by the University of Sindh Jamshoro on Monday.


Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Imdad Ali Ismaili and divisional Commissioner Hyderabad Syed Asif Hyder Shah along with controllers of examinations Dr. Naeem Tariq Narejo, Muhammad Ali Roshan Pathan and registrar Ghulam Muhammad Bhutto visited four examination centres.

They initially reached at Govt. Zubaida Girls College Hyderabad where they inspected the ongoing exams. The team caught five students red-handed while cheating in the centre.

They also visited Govt. College for Boys Kali Mori, where four copy cases were made. The team while visiting Govt. Boys’ College Qasimabad, made three copy cases and it caught one female student cheating in the exams in Govt. Girls College Qasimabad.

Vice-Chancellor took the notice of seating 2 to 3 candidates together in the exams and called the concerned college principals and admonished them for taking the papers in wrong manner.

He expressed anger over the carelessness of the concerned principals and said it was pity that the principals had seated 2 to 3 candidates together. By this the exams will not be fair and transparent.

Dr. Ismaili warned the principals not to get 2 to 3 candidates seated together otherwise the examinations will be adjourned.

“This is not a way to take the examinations, there should be proper seating arrangements for the students, and I cannot bear two to three candidates sitting together in the exams”, the VC said.

“The cases, with all the cheaters being boys, have been referred to the Unfair Means Committee, who will deal with each student individually and according to the enormity of his crime,” said the Vice-Chancellor Dr. Imdad Ali Ismaili while speaking to reporters.

“Some may see their papers cancelled, while some may be suspended, etc. The punishment for impersonation is suspension for two years as 13 students caught impersonating as a candidate today,” he said.

Commissioner Hyderabad Asif Hyder Shah on the occasion said that the cheating will not be tolerated at any costs because it will ruin the lives of youngsters.

“The invigilators and other exams staff should not allow the students to cheat, it is a great loss and it will annihilate the abilities and capabilities of our youths”, he said.

World Fisheries Day observed at SU

JAMSHORO: The Department of Fresh Water Biology & Fisheries of the University of Sindh Jamshoro observed the World Fisheries Day with several programmes, including a colourful rally and public conference on the Allama I.I Kazi Campus here on Friday.

IMG_1495The rally was flagged off by Vice-Chancellor Prof. Dr. Imdad Ali Ismaili and chairman of fisheries department Prof. Dr. Naeem Tariq Narejo in which teachers, students, fishery scientists, officials and social workers participated. The slogans of the rally were “conservation of fishery resource for the protection of human kind”, “stop over fishing” and “save the water from pollution for the safety of fisheries”.

The day was observed with the theme to create awareness about fish importance, consumption, sustainable management and protection of our natural fisheries resources from the hazardous effects of environmental pollutants.

Artistic talents of the students highlighting the significance of the day were also displayed in the rally. The public conference was followed by the awareness rally which began from department of fisheries and after a long round reached back and converted into conference.

Addressing on the occasion the Vice-Chancellor Prof. Dr. Imdad Ali Ismaili said that the protection of the fisheries was the need of hour but it could be ensured through the awareness among the people.

He said that mere slogans were not sufficient to save the national assets but they could only be protected through education and research adding that the problems could be resolved in all the fields only through the knowledge and wisdom.

He said this awareness rally taken out by the students of department of fresh water biology and fisheries would prove beneficial and it would leave the deep impacts among the masses.

He stressed the need for initiating “blue revolution” (fish revolution) emulating the models of green and white revolutions. “Breeding technology and advanced fish farming techniques should be introduced instead of concentrating only on capture fisheries.

Dr. Ismaili said that indigenous fish species were facing severe threats leading to extinction.

“I think our concerned students can take up a study in this regard and find solutions to the problems. In addition to developing fishery science, the fisheries department should also strive for the uplift and socio-economic progress of the fishermen,” he said.

He said he with the help of department students and teachers would take steps to bring the fisher folk into the mainstream of society.

Dr. Naeem Tariq Narejo said that the production of native fish species had dropped drastically in Pakistan because of proliferation of exotic species in major lakes and water bodies.

“Alien species that in some cases were officially introduced in local waters have devastated the natural ecosystem and there is a dire need to initiate programmes to control exotic species in order to restore the ecosystem,” he said.

Dr. Narejo quoted a proverb as saying that the four-leg animals are more dangerous, 2-leg dangerous while the legless animals are peaceful so the fisheries are legless and we can benefit from it to a great extent.

According to him, natural fisheries resources are also threatened by overfishing. Habitat degradation, pollution and introduction of exotic fish species have seriously affected the productivity of natural freshwater bodies.

“We intend to work with fishermen at different water bodies including Keenjhar, Manchhar and Chotiari lakes to enhance productivity of the water bodies as well as create livelihood for fishermen communities,” he said.

He urged the government authorities to take measures to reduce overfishing, particularly that of shrimps. “Pressure on shrimp grounds has increased colossally. The issue can be addressed by placing trawler excluding device that will help us create a zone where shrimp can survive. The device is basically obstruction placed in waters serving as shrimp breeding grounds,” Dr. Narejo said.

Dr. Wazir Ali Baloch on the occasion said that the over-fishing must be brought to an end for nurturing of fisheries in the country and ensuring alternate livelihood for the people.

He added that over-fishing by foreign and local trawlers had ruined coastal economy, bringing untold sufferings particularly to small fishermen.

He emphasized that time had come that the government act promptly in the interest of the fisheries and to save them from further ruination and at the same time he also urged the local fishermen to desist from using harmful nets for fishing.