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Peshawar University BA, BSc supple result 2011

UoP announces BA/BSc result
Peshawar, April 13: The University of Peshawar Tuesday announced BA/BSc supplementary examination result.

A total of 17,440 candidates appeared in the examination of which 6209 were declared successful with a percentage of 35.6. According to the examination section, the examination was held from December 9, 2010 to January 29, 2011 for BA, BSc, BSc Nursing, BA Theology.

A total of 9,354 candidates appeared in Part-I examination of which 3,542 were successful with a pass percentage of 40.85, while in BA/BSc Part-II examination a total of 9,453 candidates took examination of which 2,667 were successful with a pass percentage of 30.41.

Candidates, who failed to clear their examination and want to appear in the upcoming BA annual examination, were informed to submit their forms by April 25 at the Controller of Examinations office after which they would be charged late fees.

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Over 1,400 damaged schools to be rebuilt within one year
Peshawar: The provincial government has assured Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly that 1,436 damaged schools in the militancy and earthquake-hit areas, particularly in Malakand and Hazara divisions, will be reconstructed within one year.

Minister for Elementary and Secondary Education Sardar Hussain Babak told the house on Tuesday that earthquake had destroyed 1,879 schools in Hazara in 2005 while 710 educational institutions were damaged during insurgency in Malakand and other parts of the province.

During question-answer session, he said that government had chalked out a strategy and all damaged schools would be reconstructed within one year. He said that previous government had done nothing for reconstruction of the damaged schools in Hazara division.

An earthquake measuring 7.8 on the Richter scale had devastated Hazara and other parts of the country in October 2005.

Mr Babak said that Earthquake Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Authority had included 1,221 damaged schools in the strategy. The provincial authority had completed reconstruction of 495 schools so far, he added.

He said that 480 schools were under construction whereas 199 were in tendering process and the remaining 47 were in designing stage.

He informed the house that PC-1 of 658 schools along with estimated cost of Rs2.68 billion had been sent to district reconstruction unit Mansehra and provision of funds had also been discussed with the donors.

Mr Babak said that 640 schools had been damaged partially or completely in Malakand division while 70 schools were destroyed in other districts of the province. In Malakand, 112 schools were under construction and 52 were in tendering stage.

He regretted error in reply to a supplementary question moved by Mufti Said Janan that security forces did not occupy schools in the conflict-hit areas. The mover said that army had occupied two schools in Hangu district and government had yet to provide alternate buildings to the students.

The minister assured the mover that his department would investigate the issue and provide alternate buildings to the army troops.

Minister for Higher Education Qazi Mohammad Asad informed the house that Higher Education Authority had declared Afghan Aryana University Peshawar and its campus Aryana Medical College Mardan illegal and case had been registered against its management while fine of Rs500,000 was also received. He said that those institutions were unregistered.

He said that 237 degree colleges in private sector would be affiliated with the public sector universities.

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GCU career fair draws huge response
Lahore: The Government College University s Career Fair 2011, held on Tuesday, received tremendous response by the university graduates and final year students. Hundreds of graduates and students turned up to explore employment opportunities in reputed international and national organizations besides seeking information about the available foreign scholarships. Not less than 22 noted organizations, including Pakistan International Airline (PIA), WFF Pakistan, Allied Bank, United Bank Limited, McDonald s, KFC, Nestle and Descon Chemicals, set up their stalls at the career fair organized by the GCU Career Guidance and Placement Centre and provided information to the students about the available positions in their organizations.

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PU launches work on archaeological digs
Lahore: Punjab University inaugurated research work on the UNESCO sponsored project Sui-Vihar Excavations and Archaeological Reconnaissance of Southern Punjab .

An inaugural ceremony in this regard was held at Institute of Bio-chemistry and Bio-technology attended by Registrar Prof Dr Muhammad Akhtar, Dean Faculty of Arts Dr Qalb-e-Abid, Chairman Department of Archaeology Dr Farzand Masih, UNESCO representative Sajida Parveen and Director Punjab Archaeology Department Shahbaz Khan, said a press release here on Tuesday.

There, Dr Masih said that under this project PU Archaeology department would comb the area around Sui-Vihar in Bahawalpur to map the cultural mounds.

He said that the religious art of Buddhist faith in southern Pakistan especially in southern Punjab has its own identity. Unfortunately archaeological reconnaissance like Sui-Vihar had been wasted due to development work and other reasons. Three experts had work on Sui-Vihar among them Dr Rafiq Mughal works on this place in 1977. Now PU has started work on it and excavated new things like stucco, cooper seat field, unicorn, clay and metal which proved that this place is from 1,900 to 2,300 year older of AD. The PU team under Dr Farzand Masih will prepare maps, study culture of the area and create awareness among the people about archaeological reconnaissance and also provide training to students. Director Punjab Archaeology Department Shahbaz Khan said that evidences were found that archaeological history in Pakistan consisted of million years and exploration would tell about and the living standard of the ancient people. He appreciated PU for conducting the project.

Dr Raheel Ahmad Siddiqi from Wapda said that the government failed to preserve the archaeological reconnaissance but now as the subject was related to Punjab government so it will take all out measure to preserve them. Sajida Parveen called the Sui-Vihar a good project which would create awareness about the ancient Punjab. In the ceremony, launching of the research journal Ancient Punjab published by the Archaeology Department was also conducted which included 10 research journals.

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Madrassas to teach modern education
Lahore: Punjab Auqaf, Religious Affairs and Labour Minister Haji Ehsanuddin Qureshi said that modern knowledge was also being made part of Madrassa curriculum along with religious education so that these could be part of the mainstream.

Talking to an Ulema delegation the minister said by this graduates of Madrassas could be able to face the challenges of present era and avail better job opportunities.

The government is evolving a comprehensive strategy in this aspect with consultation with Ulema so that equal job opportunities could be made available to their graduates in government institutions.

Ehsanuddin said Danish schools were being set up to provide modern education to people of remote areas. He said that education, textbooks, uniform and boarding facilities would be made available to the students free of cost in Danish schools. The minister said a special Endowment Fund had been set up for deserving intelligent students.

He said due to these reforms, terrorism and militancy could be wiped out from society as the people of remote areas could get education in these standardised educational institutions.

Ehsanuddin Qureshi said that national resources were looted ruthlessly in the name of development projects in the past.

During the dictatorial rule, merit was trampled, nepotism and corruption were promoted and no development project was completed on time. He said that health, education, law and order and other sectors faced decay during dictatorship. He said that, in past, medical facilities were available to influential; however, the present government has ensured modern healthcare and free medicines to poor. The news

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