CSS exam 2009 schedule | FDE schools' academic year
CSS exam from 25th: FPSC
Islamabad, April 13: The Central Superior
Services Examinations 2009 will begin on April 25, Federal Public Service
Commission (FPSC) Secretary Bashir Ahmad Chauhan said on Saturday.
FPSC secretary said the new chairman would decide the fate of disgruntled
He said the nation was satisfied with
the performance of the commission, adding that people with vested interests in
the commission had tried to create chaos and cash in on it, but had failed.
When told that some of the employees were still being issued show-cause
notices despite the former chairman's assurance that no one would be persecuted,
Chauhan said the issuance of the notices was the former chairman's decision and
he was not aware of the assurance the former chairman might have given to the
He said the new chairman would decide the fate of the
employees served with the notices.
"If some one tries to create a fuss,
the law will certainly take its course," he said.
"If the new chairman
does not provide them relief, they could approach a services tribunal and the
Supreme Court," he added. Daily Times
"css ka exam kb hona hai. or class kb start honihai"
Name: abdul basit
City, Country: jang
Post your comments
FDE schools' academic year starts today
Islamabad: The educational institutions working under Federal
Directorate of Education (FDE) will start new academic year of Class I to 10
from today (April 13).
After the announcement of the annual result on
March 31, the students who excelled in the exams celebrated their success during
vacations with their families.
FDE Director Model Colleges Mujahid Zameer
told this news agency that the FDE had rescheduled the commencement of the new
academic year and now the academic session would start in April and end in
In the previous schedule, the students were facing problems, as
they had to appear in the exams during the scorching heat of May, he said. "It
was very difficult for the students to prepare for exams during summer heat
coupled with load shedding. The recent schedule has facilitated the students as
the exams held in normal season," said Zameer.
Like every year, FDE is
providing free textbooks to students from Class I to 10.
The printing of
books has been completed according to the requirement and has been sent to all
the institutions, he said. Te books will be timely distributed among the
students in their respective institutions, he added.
Zameer said FDE had
conducted the admission test for class one on April 10.
In the previous
academic year, students were unable to complete their study courses on time,
said Islamabad College for Girls F-6/2 Principal Shaista Peerzada.
reverting back to the previous schedule, the FDE is providing books on time,
which would help students start their study on time and complete the course, she
The recent routine would leave good impact on their studies and
improve their performance, Peerzada added. app
Post your comments
Educational institutions to remain closed for 3 more days in Balochistan
Quetta: All the educational institutions in
Balochistan will remain closed for another three days. Ongoing examinations were
postponed and new schedule would be announced later. According to Education
Department sources, all the schools and colleges will remain closed for three
more days from April 13 to 15. Decision to this effect was taken in view of law
and order situation. Sources said that examinations being held under Board of
Intermediate and Secondary Education including Matricultlation and class IX
practical and D Com examinations have been cancelled. A Spokesman of University
of Balochistan told that University will remain closed for three days and BA, B
Sc, supplementary examinations, B Pharmacy and B S annual examination have also
been postponed. New schedule would be announced later. Spokesman of IT
University said that there will be no academic session at the University Monday
but teachers and other staff will remain present. Ppi
Post your comments
FAST academic event concludes with cheers
Islamabad: The annual academic event of the FAST University, participated
by students from all over the country, ended here on Sunday amid excitement
showed by winners of various competitions.
Over 500 students from 60
universities participated in 15 competitions at the academic event, an annual
feature of the university. The competitions were held in the categories of
engineering problem solving, economic plan, business plan, quiz, computer
hardware, graphic designing, dynamic programming, software project, robot wars,
business case simulation, technological insight, movie production, gaming and
declamation. Those who got positions in the first, second and third categories
were awarded cash prizes and certificates.
Minister for Information
& Broadcasting Qamar Zaman Kaira, while speaking at the closing ceremony of
the event as the chief guest, said that Pakistan has great potential in the
field of science & technology, but there is a need to utilise the available
talent in the best possible manner. "Pakistani youth is in no way less talented
than that of other countries, but is unable to realise its full potential due to
one reason or another," he said adding, "We can do wonders for our economy and
make our country self-reliant by channelling the potential of youngsters and
promoting effective policies, especially in the fields of business and science
The minister said that it is heartening to know that
the faculty and students of FAST University are enthusiastic about their role in
the future of IT growth in the country, adding that these kinds of events help
strengthen the bonds of interaction between the industry and academia that has
been the case in the developed countries.
He pointed out that a
distinguished feature of the event was the invitation extended to industry
professionals to judge the events and evaluate and advise on the projects
developed by the students.
The topics for English debates were
'Democracy: A Symphony or Noise and Media-Reflection or Illusion' while for Urdu
debates, the topics included 'Chalo Tum Udhar Ko Jidhar Ki Hawa Ho' and 'Muflisi
Hiss-e-Latafat Ko Mita Deti Hai'.
Waleed Bin Shahid of SICS was declared
the best speaker (English) and Mudassar Iqbal of Punjab University was the best
speaker (Urdu), while Allama Iqbal Medical College (AIMC) won the team event of
the competition. Syed Shamoon Ahmad of Punjab University was highly appreciated
for his humoristic speech and received an appreciation certificate by the chief
Ahmad Bilal of FM 101 and Ali Yasir of Pakistan Academy
of Letters were the judges of the declamation contest, which was supervised by
In the business plan event, four students of University of
Lahore team that included Ashfaq Ahmad, Anam Sikandar, Fatima Syed and Amna
Sherwani won the team event. The News
Post your comments