Rawalpindi Board announced SSC part-I exam results
RBISE SSC part-I results announced
Rawalpindi, Aug 26, 2008: Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary
Education (RBISE) announced results of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) part-I
examinations in a ceremony held at the board office on Monday.
A total of
105,578 students appeared in the examinations and 34,379 of them were declared
successful. RBISE Chairman Dr Iftikhar Baig congratulated the students and said
that they owed their success to hard work of teachers and prayers of parents. Daily Times
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DUHS goes online for students and admin
Islamabad: The Higher Education Commission launched on Monday
campus management solutions at the Dow University of Health Sciences (DUHS),
Karachi, and the University of Engineering and Technology (UET), Peshawar,
through which student-related activities, from the admission process to the
alumni record will be automated.
Through the Oracle PeopleSoft Campus
Management Solution (CMS), university-wide management of student-related
information will become more streamlined and flexible, the HEC announced.
two universities are part of a pilot project to facilitate six public sector
universities in the fields of medicine, engineering, IT & management
sciences and general education with multiple subjects of study from all regions
of the country.
The other four universities are the Quaid-i-Azam University,
Islamabad, Islamia University, Bahawalpur, University of the Punjab and the
Balochistan University of Information Technology, Engineering and Management
The CMS is an integrated solution, which acts as a Management
Information System (MIS) while focusing on student-oriented activities of an
institution and efficiently deals with the various activities of an educational
institution, including faculty management, student management and administrative
The key benefits for students include an enhanced interaction and
communication with teachers and peers and the ability for students to meet many
recurring needs such as scheduling and verification of attendance, without the
assistance of a university employee.
It will also help students to view their
degree progress, validate finances and avail financial aid.
The CMS will
manage and update the complete student lifecycle, from the stages of recruiting
and admissions to housing, career placement, and alumni relations. The programme
also provides students and alumni with immediate access to real-time information
and connects that information to specific action. It also provides students
access to online course selection and registration along with timetables, grades
and examination schedules.
The system will increase the operational
efficiency of the university and DUHS has taken this step to streamline its
processes, deliver advanced self-service features to the students, faculty and
administrative management, said DUHS Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr Masood Hameed
Khan. He expressed his gratitude to HEC Chairman Dr Attaur Rahman,
Executive Director Dr Sohail Naqvi for generous support in conceiving and
implementing numerous projects including the provision of the National Digital
Library, Infrastructure Development, Learning Resource Centre and for providing
the Oracle PeopleSoft Campus Solution, through which student related activities
will be automated.
HEC IT Consultant Anwar Amjad applauded the punctual and
successful launching of the campus solution in DUHS and thanked the vice
chancellor for his personal interest and involvement in the execution of the
Implementation of a campus management solution in the university is
a giant leap for the University of Engineering and Technology, Peshawar, said
UET Vice Chancellor Imtiaz Hussain Gilani.
Since 2002, the HEC is in the
process of positive flux and one of its targets is to facilitate universities
with international-level facilities. Just as technology has transformed the way
students learn, it also has the power to improve the way colleges and
universities manage their administrative processes. At the same time, the
realities of higher education in the 21st century drive college and university
leaders to pursue new avenues of growth, he added. app
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Abbottabad BISE chairman changed
Abbotabad: Chairman of Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE)
Abbottabad was replaced for the second time within two days, signifying
political interference that has affected the performance of the educational
Sources said earlier it was the Ayub Medical College, a
second leading medical institution in NWFP, which was subjected to political
interference, but now it is the board that has fallen a prey to the practice.
It has been learnt that most of the heads of the institutions, appointed
so far, were non-locals, causing lots of problems to the people. Sardar Muhammad
Ayub, the new chairman replaced, Pervez Swati, former chairman, whose term for
two years was extended two months back on Saturday.
Sources said now new
chairman Sardar Muhammad Ayub was replaced Monday by another chairman
Himayatullah, who hails from Charsadda. It has broken all the past records of
political interference and favouritism, committed by the concerned political
bigwigs in the ANP-led government. The News
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