KARACHI - The University of Karachi has decided to conduct the examination of graduate level at specific colleges of the metropolitan. As many as 16 boys colleges and 44 girls colleges have been selected to conduct the above-mentioned examination. The university has decided to take necessary steps for the implementation of this project. In this regard, it has been decided to post ranger force at different colleges. Moreover, vigilance team will also monitor the Examination Halls of the respective colleges. The Graduate levels Exams will commence from November 3 2008 December 15,2008. It is worthy of note that about 25,000 students are studying at the University in morning and 5,000 at evening classes. That is why the university open air space is not enough for examinations The number of students appearing in B.A., B.Sc., BCom, LLB, B. Ed and other examinations is more than 0.1 million. Apart from this, the university is facing shortage of classrooms due to introduction of 4-year B.S programme, mid term Semester Examinations, M Phil and Ph.D. lecture programmes. Under the circumstances, it is almost impossible to conduct graduates level examinations at the University Campus. Under such circumstances, the University management contacted the Principals of different colleges, Secretary Education, Secretary of Home Department, D.G. Rangers and D.G. Colleges who assured to provide all facilities necessary for smooth conduct of examinations at the selected colleges. Around 16 boys colleges have been selected as Examination Centres. It is appealed to the residents of Karachi to realize the difficulties of the world famous academic institute and help in conducting examinations satisfactorily. Technical training  for youths soon Sindh Minister for Youth Affairs Syed Faisal Ali Sabzwari said on Saturday that his department would launch technical training program for youths soon so that they could earn their livelihood. Addressing a "Students Day" ceremony organized by Liaquat College of Management and Sciences, he expressed concern over education standard as saying our education is not providing us good politicians, scientists, technical experts and teachers. Our economy is also declining due to lack of positive politics. "Youths are total of 35 percent population of our country. My department is making efforts to lead these youths to positive and constructive issues. It is need of hour to improve our education system," the Minister said. Sindh Minister for Information Technology Syed Raza Haroon said we have to spend our full time to make Pakistan a stable country so that it could emerge in future as a prosperous state. Principal Nasim A. Karimi and Chairman Fahim Chishti also spoke. Later, certificates and shields were distributed amongst students.