KARACHI ... The Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK) Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) Annual Examination 2012 results have exposed bad performance of public and private medical colleges. There are some government and private colleges and higher secondary school which have produced zero percent results in annual exams. Besides, there were some colleges and higher secondary schools where only one candidate could pass the annual test. There were some 11 colleges which have produced zero percent results in pre-medical group and in 23 others colleges, only one candidate could pass the annual exam.
Likewise, some nine colleges have produced zero percent results in pre-engineering group and there were six colleges and higher secondary schools where only one student could pass the exam.
Those colleges and higher secondary schools which have produced zero percent results in pre-medical groups are: Pakistan Steel Shah Latif Inter College, Govt Boys Comprehensive Higher Secondary School Azizabad, FB Area, Govt. Boys Higher Secondary School No 02, K Area Korangi, Shahzaib College North Karachi, Amina Public Higher Secondary School, New Fazaia Intermediate College, Korangi Creek, SOS Hermann Gmeiner Higher Secondary School, TCF Higher Secondary School Cowasjee Campus, PMA Model Higher Secondary School, Hawksbay, Saeeda Academy Higher Secondary School and Al-Sehar Higher Secondary School.
Those colleges and higher secondary schools where only one student could pass the annual exam in pre-medical group are: Govt Degree Science and Commerce College Lyari, Tariq Bin Ziad College Shah Faisal Colony, Rehan Intermediate College Korangi No 4, Govt Degree College for Boys 7-D/2 North Karachi, Medico Higher Secondary School Majeed Colony Landhi, Allama Iqbal Govt Boys Higher Secondary School Sohrab Goth, Mumtaz Govt Boys Higher Secondary School, NJV Govt Boys Higher Secondary School (Sindhi Medium), Defence Cambridge College, Dewa College Gulshan-e-Iqbal, MTI Higher Secondary School, Govt. Boys College Shams Peer Baba Bith, Govt. Degree Boys College Razzakabad, MW Inter College, Azeemi Public Higher Secondary School, The American College Clifton, Al-Khair College of Higher Education, Recknor College of Management and Computer Science, Govt. Girls Higher Secondary School Green Belt Mehmoodabad, Govt Degree Girls College Ibrahim Hyderi, Allama Iqbal Inter Girls College Steel Town, Sarfaraz Pilot Higher Secondary School and The Paradise College.
Those colleges and higher secondary schools which have produced zero percent results in pre-engineering group are: Recknor College of Management and Computer Science, NILT College of Science and Commerce, Iqra Intermediate College, Govt Inter Girls Science, Arts and Commerce College Lyari, Madar-e-Millat Girls College Campus-II Gulshan-e-Hadeed, Govt Girls Higher Secondary School No 01 Landhi, A-One English Higher Secondary School, Imperial College and Govt Degree Girls College Konkar Gadap. Those colleges and higher secondary schools where only one could pass the annual exam in pre-engineering group are: Shahzaib College North Karachi, Govt. Boys Baba Willayat Ali Shah Higher Secondary School, Pak Steel Allama Iqbal Girls College, PMA Model Higher Secondary School Hawksbay, TCF Higher Secondary School Cowasjee Campus and Excellence Intermediate College, Jumani Arcade, Moosa Lane. Talking to Pakistan Today, Director General (DG) Colleges Sindh Prof Nasir Ansar claimed that the performance of government colleges and higher secondary school had improved as compared to the last year.
He said this year only those government colleges and higher secondary schools could not produce more than 10 percent results in which supplementary students of the secondary school were enrolled. Briefing about reasons of bad performance of some of the government-run educational institutes, he said the admissions in the public colleges in the city were granted through Centralized Admission Policy (CAP). As per CAP policy those students, who were declared failed in one or two subjects in matriculation were also granted admission on provisional basis and there admissions were confirmed once they clear supply, he added.
He said CAP had selected some of colleges for such students who were failed in one of two subjects in matric exam to avoid gap in their academic career. He said the number of students could not clear their supplementary exams and their admissions were cancelled. These were those colleges, which have produced zero percent results, where Matric supplementary exams students were granted admission after successfully passing secondary school certificate exam, he added. BIEK Chairman Anwar Ahmed Zai said the board had decided to prepare a summary against those public and private colleges and higher secondary schools which were failed to produce below than 20 percent results in annual exams 2012 to Chief Minister Sindh for necessary action. He said the board was working to sort out colleges and higher secondary schools which have produced below 20 percent results and expressed a hope that the process would be completed before September 15 and then summary would be sent to CM Sindh for action.