All Karachi Sindh Girls And Boys Must Join These WhatsApp Groups To Get Help About Study 2023 – 2024
|WhatsApp Group Title||Karachi (Sindh) Girls and Boys Study Group|
|Join Links||Available Below|
|Last Update||1 Day ago|
|For Year||2023 – 2024|
|Purpose||Study Help For Girls and Boys|
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From these Whatsapp groups, you can get information about the Karachi (Sindh) educational activities of the respective universities/schools and colleges. Can get mobile and Whatsapp numbers of teachers, and university/college authorities. All members share materials related to the exam schedules, merit lists, admission, and results, etc. for each other’s guidance.
These Groups are useful for the students of the following institutes in Karachi
Institute of Business Management
University of Karachi
Sindh Madressatul Islam University
Sir Syed University of Engineering & Technology
Mohammad Ali Jinnah University
NED University of Engineering & Technology
Dawood University of Engineering & Technology (DUET)
Aga Khan University
Karachi School of Business & Leadership
Dadabhoy Institute of Higher Education (DIHE)
Federal Urdu University of Arts, Sciences and Technology
Indus Valley School of Art & Architecture
Jinnah University for Women
DHA Suffa University
Dow University of Health Sciences (DUHS)
Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology
KASB Institute of Technology
Karachi Medical and Dental College
Bahria College Karsaz, Karachi
DJ Sindh Government Science College, Karachi
St Lawrence Government College for Women, Karachi
Aga Khan Higher Secondary School Karachi
Adamjee Government Science College, Karachi
Bamm P.e.c.h.s Government College for Women Karachi
Government Delhi Inter Science College, Karachi
Government Degree College, Malir Cantt, Karachi
DHA Degree College for Women, Karachi
Boys and girls living in the following areas can benefit by joining these WhatsApp groups.
Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Gulistan-e-Johar, DHA Karachi, Bahria town Karachi, North Nazimabad.
Postal Codes Of Karachi Sindh
|Area Name||Postal code|
|BUFFER ZONE (KP-1979)||75850|
|KARACHI BOARD OF SECONDARY EDUCATION||75990|
|KARACHI CITY G.P.O.||74000|
|KARACHI HABIB BANK||75650|
|SHER SHAH COLONY||75730|
|KARACHI GOVERNOR HOUSE||75580|
|KARACHI HOTEL METROPOLE||75520|
|DEFENCE HOUSING SOCIETY||75500|
|KARACHI SADDAR G.P.O.||74400|
|KARACHI FEDERAL B AREA||75950|
|KARACHI GULISTAN-E-JOUHAR (KP-2023)||75290|
|KARACHI MOSAMIAT CHOWRANGI||75280|
|KARACHI NEW SABZI MANDI||75340|
|KARACHI NISHTAR ROAD||75550|
|KARACHI P.E.C.H.S BI-2||75400|
|NEW TOWN G.P.O.||74800|
About Karachi (City of Lights)
The Baloch tribes of Makran and Balochistan founded Karachi as a small fishing community. Many descendants of this original population still live on the island of Abdullah Goth near Karachi harbor. The village became a settlement called Kolachi Jo Goth, which traded across the Arabian Sea until the early 18th century. A fort was built with two gates leading to the sea and the Lyari River.
After missions in the area, the British East India Company captured Karachi in 1839, and Major General Charles James Napier annexed the city to British India in 1843. Karachi was then made the capital of Sindh, and the British developed its port for the shipment of products. New businesses began to open and the city’s population began to grow.
When it became a military cantonment, it became a “white” town and access to local people was limited. The “native” city in the northwest was enlarged to accommodate the growing trading population. The city was finally connected to the rest of British India by rail in 1878 and public buildings were constructed. By 1880, the community consisted mostly of local Balochs and Sindhis. This growth also led to many migrations to the city, including Arabs, Jews, Christians, Hindus, Parsis, Goan Christians, Chinese, Marathi, and Gujaratis, whose population reached 105,000 by the end of the 19th century.
By the time of Pakistan’s independence in 1947, the city was a metropolis with a population of just under one million. It was the capital of Pakistan for almost a decade.