KARACHI: The Controller of Examinations, University of Karachi, Dr Syed Zafar Hussain, on Monday announced the result of B.Com Parts-II and both parts (External), Annual Examination 2019.
Maleeha Nazeer Khan, daughter of Nazeer Aslam Khan having seat number 815195, obtained 1015 marks out of total of 1400 marks and clinched overall first position.
Sana Bano daughter of Pervez Ahmed, seat number 815300, received 1007 marks and secured the second position whereas Zunaira Ali daughter of Anwar Ali, seat number 815096, bagged 1006 marks and third position.
As per the gazette issued, 3,571 candidates were registered of which 3,250 students appeared in the papers while 69 candidates were declared pass with first division.
As many as 466 students with second division and one candidate managed to clear the exam with third division. The overall pass percentage was 16.49 percent.
Earlier the day, the Vice-Chancellor University of Karachi Professor Dr Khalid Mahmood Iraqi visited the central help desk established at the KU Silver Jubilee Gate.
The in-charge, KU Directorate Admissions, Dr Saima Akhtar, Students’ Advisor Dr Syed Asim Ali, and others were also present on this occasion. The central help desk has been set up to facilitate and guide students and their parents.
The visitors would also get help in getting their educational documents scan and would be able to upload their admission forms along with relevant documents and paid voucher slips on the official admission portal of the varsity.
On this occasion, the KU VC Professor Dr Khalid Iraqi directed that the students, who are visiting the help desk should follow the standard operating procedures issued by the provincial and federal governments.
The in-charge, KU Directorate Admissions, Dr Saima Akhtar mentioned that staff is checking visitor’s body temperature with a help of a thermal gun, while they are also distributing facemasks and sanitizers to the visitors who are coming without covering their face with the facemasks.
While talking to the parents, Dr Saima Akhtar said that candidates, who have suffered from coronavirus or bear any system of the disease, are bound to produce test reports before appearing in the entry test and those students who may suffer from coronavirus during the phase of admission tests would be able to sit the test once the produce coronavirus negative report.
She also informed them about the 50 percent increase in the students’ admission fund and said that this fund has been established to facilitate candidates who are facing financial difficulties in submitting their admission forms.