Mirpur University of Science & Tec (MUST) formally approved
Mirpur IT university on the cards
Mirpur(AJK), Aug 21, 2008: In order to impart quality education in various
disciplines of science and technology, the AJK government has formally approved
establishment of Mirpur University of Science & Technology (MUST) with the
coordination of Higher Education Commission (HEC), officials said on
The project is estimated to cost around Rs 4,000 billion. "A
formal ordinance for establishment of MUST has been issued by the AJK
government," AJK University Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Habib-ur-Rehman
Rehman said that on special directives of AJK President Raja
Zulqarnain Khan, who was also Chancellor of the AJK University, 4,000 kanal land
had been acquired for the university.
He said the PC-II of MUST project
had been inked and initial construction work will start next year.
said the covered area of the varsity would be expanded to 5,000 kanals at a
later stage. He said services of leading consultants had been hired to ink the
PC-I of the project.
Prof Dr Rehman said that the state of art facilities
would be available at MUST to ensure quality education. He said under the phased
programme, the faculties of administrative sciences would also be
He said besides the students from across the country
including the AJK, the children of overseas Pakistanis and Kashmiris would also
The vice chancellor said that the current fiscal year budget
of Mirpur campuses of AJK University would be diverted to the establishment of
the proposed Mirpur University of Science and Technology to kick off the
"I thing this is a very good project and this should complete asap becuase this will bring science & tec education, we are living here in U.K and are working as taxi drivers which is not good at all, this univerty will create information tec job which are needed world wide, this universty should have establised 10 years ago , we are well behind compare to india and i think another university is also needed which is UNIVERSITY OF MEDICAL SCINCE becuase people from this area living in different countries in world esspically in the europe."
Name: Zulfiqar Ali
City, Country: Birmingham UNITED KINGDM
"Its a good step towards the promotion of quality education in Mirpur"
Name: Dil khurshid
City, Country: Islamabad, Pakistan
"very good step for the students of ajk and all the student which are studying.............."
Name: Muhammad Tofeeque Khan
City, Country: Islamabad Pakistan
"Bismillah Irrahma-nirraheem.its a wonderful step for quality education in Mirpur A.K. but the construction of university building is very slow.it should be more fast.there should not be evening classes university administration should manage evening classes in morning. we also need a medical college which can be established in Chitter Pari Mirpur A.K because para medical college is already there. "
Name: Muhammad Saqib
City, Country: Mirpur.Azad Kashmir
"Great project but it is going on quite slowly. Govt. alongwith HEC should provide funds and maintain check and balance system otherwise it will never be completed like other projects in the state.HEC and PEC should take the command to complete it quickly and corruption must be controlled to save this project immediatly. "
Name: Tahir Naqvi
City, Country: Muzaffarabad,Pakistan
"The project of Mirpur University of Science & Technology (MUST) is a great gift especially for the students of AJK. I hope it will increase graduates in AJK. "
Name: Muhammad Farooq Attari
City, Country: Khuiratta, AJK
"must is the great achievement in the history of students of engineering university mirpur for prospering their talent and devotion to face the competative and professional world of engineering "
Name: Syed Imran Gillani Chishti
City, Country: Muzaffarabad
"Education is the most important key for the progress of any country.Its a very good decision of the AJK government & HEC.As an Ex-student of this great univerty we are feeling glade." Congratulation to all the professors,staff,Ex-students & present,future students."
Name: Engr.Naveed Iqbal Mlaik
City, Country: Gujrat ,Pakistan
"Education is the backbone of any country,s development and mirpur universty of science and technology is the step in this regards.it is the bright future of the students of ajk "
Name: MAZHAR UL ISLAM
City, Country: mirpur azad kashmir
"Its good uni must start MBA programe here for its welfare and stundets of Mirpur."
Name: WAQAR AZIZ
City, Country: Mirpur Azad Kashmir
"ashy din thy wo jubhum student thy. abb hum oldmen ma shamar ho rahy han. KHUDA sub mirpur k engineers ko job dy Ameeeeeeen "
City, Country: zafarwal
"I think MUST will play a vital role in developing or brighting the future of all students who are studying in it."
Name: shamraiz mehmood
City, Country: Mirpur (A.K)
"I think this project is very useful for the students of AJK and also for pakistani students."
Name: Sohail Waheed
City, Country: jhelum,pakistan
"Congratulations to AJK President and VC Dr.HabiB-ur-Rehman on initating and visualising this important project.We all hope this progress in education will continue with leaps and bounds"
Name: Engr. Masood Siddique
City, Country: Islamabad
"can any body guid me for self finance in must and can nwfp boys can get admission in selffinance tell me on firstname.lastname@example.org"
City, Country: abbottabad
"i one my fsc premedical in part one i get 352/505 marks and still waiting for part 2 result i want 2 take admission in MUST in biotecnology please tell me about its date of admission or any entry test etc as soon as possible please"
Name: Iqra Jamil
City, Country: sialkot pakistan
"i belong from fata,khyber agency can i apply direct to must in engineering programms nd sir tell me about must entry test nd admission process."
Name: mohammad zakir
City, Country: peshawar,pakistan
"plz send me phone no. of information office of must"
Name: usman tariq
City, Country:sialkot pakistan
"MUST is not able to be commented by the intelligent students"
Name: sayim khan
"Does any-one know the phone number of Yaseen model high School Chitterpari Mirpur Azad Kashmir?"
City, Country:Manchester UK
"Education is the backbone of any country,s development and mirpur universty of science and technology is the step in this regards.it is the bright future of the students of ajk"
Name: irfan Shouket
City, Country:mirpur (A.K)
"Aslam o alaikum As all of you comment on this a great project, there is nothing remain to said but id like to say that its a great and most important project which launched by AJK Govt I really appreciate this kind and great act of the ajk govt and the persons who involved in this great project. I wish the university to play an important role in the development of country. All the best."
Name: Mirza Zaman
City, Country: Jtalan , Mirpur AJK
"ALTHOUGH IT IS GOOD FOR US BUT THE SELECTION PROCEDURE IS NOT SO GOOD THE STUDENT HAVING GOOD MARKS WILL NOT ABLE TO GET ADMITTED"
City, Country: Bhimber, AJK
"the quality of eduction should be maintained and admissions should be given according to merit"
City, Country: bhimber
"tell the procdure for entering in Must"
Name: faheem ullah khan
City, Country: abbottabad/pakistan
"its a wonder ful universty in the world"
Name: beneesh khan
City, Country: mirpur
"this university is very nice and the staff of university is also nice(ex security officer arshad)"
Name: arshad sawar
Email: arshad email@example.com
City, Country: samahni mirpur
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'Militants destroyed 125 girls' schools in 10 months'
Peshawar: Students and owners of girls' schools of the troubled Swat district have strongly criticised the NWFP
and federal governments for not protecting them and their schools from
militants' attacks and occupation of security forces, saying 125 schools have
been burnt and bombed by militants during the last ten months in the
They were speaking at a seminar entitled
"Securing Girls' Right to Education in Conflicts" organised by Action Aid along
with its partner organisations Society for Protection of Rights of Child (SPARC)
and Khwendo Kor here on Wednesday.
Citizens from different fields
belonging to Swat and Dir districts expressed their deep concern over the
government's lack of concern over attacking and bombing of girls' schools by
militants in the two districts of the province.
prevailing situation, female students from the troubled district Malalai
Yousafzai and Sara Farid said that the Swat militants were pushing the girl
students to Stone Age by burning and bombing their schools while the government
has become a silent spectator.
The students demanded of the government
to protect their schools and re-build the destroyed ones so that they could
restart their education, which is their basic right.
owner of girls' school "Educators" in Lower Dir, said on June 15, 2008 militants
bombed his school, saying that there was co-education system in the school which
was "un-Islamic" as it spread "vulgarity". He said the attack not only caused a
loss of Rs 7 million to him but also it forced 50 percent students to drop out
of the school.
Hazir Gul, a resident of Swat, said that according to
government's report 125 girls' schools were either burnt or bombed by militants
in the district. He criticised the Awami National Party (ANP)-led provincial
government for entering into peace agreement with Swat militants, saying the
agreement provided an opportunity to the militants to re-organise and launch
attacks on girls' schools and security forces.
"Despite burning of 125
schools, the government has not been able to protect the remaining girls'
schools in the valley. Militants could burn the remaining schools whenever they
want," he went on to say.
Shaukat Saleem, a lawyer and representative of
SPARC in the district, said no government officer was present in Swat to
register public complaints as most of the government servants including nazims,
MPAs, ministers and district administration have shifted to other parts of the
province due to militants' threats and military operation.
data of 99 girls' schools in the district, most of which were burnt and
destroyed by militants. Out of these schools, he said, some were occupied by
militants and some by security forces to take positions against each other.
Fakhar Hayat, Wari union council nazim, said the militants have
completely destroyed the only girls' high school of the district which deprived
hundreds of students of education. He showed concern over, what he said, the
provincial government's lack of concern over burning and bombing of schools. He
said that the government neither announced to re-build the schools nor issued
condemnation statement against such attacks.
Ibrash Pasha, provincial
coordinator of Pakistan Coalition for Education, said the government can not
meet the Education for All target of the UN Millennium Development Goals due to
militants' attacks on girls' schools in NWFP and FATA.
He said in Swat
50 percent girl students were not attending schools due to militants' threats
and rebel cleric Mulla Fazlullah's radio campaign in the district and Malakand
division. He further added that militants' attacks on schools deprived more than
14,000 girls of education.
Masood Sulfi, a religious scholar, called
militants' attacks on girls' schools as inhuman and un-Islamic act.
Alam Mehsud, provincial leader of Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party, called the
ongoing operations in Swat and Bajaur Agency as "drama". He said if military
could hang a great leader Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and kill Akbar Bugti then how it
could be helpless against Mullah Fazlulah, Baitullah Mehsud and Maulvi Umar. Daily Times
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B Pharmacy exams 2005 from Aug 22 in University of Balochistan
Quetta: University of Balochistan, Quetta has notified that the B.
Pharmacy 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Professional Supplementary Examination 2005 which
was earlier postponed would now commence at the already scheduled center and
timings from 22nd August 2008. Ppi
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IIUI issues preliminary list of USWA elections
Islamabad: International Islamic University (IIUI) on Wednesday
issued preliminary list of contesting candidates for University staff welfare
Association (USWA) 2008 elections of the university. The election will be held
on August 26, said a statement issued here.
The statement said two
panels, Ittehad Group and Pioneer Group, were contesting the election, the
first-ever of the USWA.
Ittehad Group has fielded Chaudhry Nazir for the
President's office, Sardar Hussain for Senior Vice President, Arshad Mehmood for
Vice President-I, Chan Zeb for Vice President-II, Mehmood Abbasi for General
Secretary, Muhammad Saleem for Additional General Secretary, Khalil Raja for
Joint Secretary, Farah Riaz Alvi for Finance Secretary, Sajid Mehmood for Office
Secretary, Chaudhry Asif for Press and Information Secretary, Munir Abbasi for
Social/Welfare Secretary and Tanvir Ahmed for Sports Secretary.
Group has fielded Haji Masood Ahmad for the office of President, Muhammad Iqbal
for Senior Vice President, Nusrat Sultana for Vice President-I, Iftikhar Khan
for Vice President-II, Muhammad Saeed for General Secretary, Raja Zamir Khan for
Additional General Secretary, Zahoor Khan for Joint Secretary, Muhammad Mushtaq
for Finance Secretary, Abdul Ghafoor for Office Secretary, Farooq Sharif for
Press and Information Secretary, Abdul Ifrahim for Social/Welfare Secretary and
Saeedur Rehman for Sports Secretary. App
"I want to teach in university. I am M.Phil. Botany."
Name: Muhammad Jamil
City, Country: Pakistan
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