Punjab high merit for intermediate admissions
All times high merit for inter-disciplines admissions
Lahore, Aug 12: The merit for admission to intermediate disciplines in colleges and
varsities of the City has increased tremendously as compared to the last
As a result even the position-holders or toppers in respective colleges
may not get admission to reputed educational institutes like the Government
College University (GCU), Forman Christian College University, Lahore College
for Women University (LCWU) and Punjab College. In the second line of preference
are the Government Science College, Government Islamia College Civil Lines,
Government Muhammaden Anglo Oriental (MAO) College etc.
The most lucrative
GCU and LCWU, which cater intermediate classes, have the highest of all merit.
The GCU which displayed its first merit list on Tuesday registered 974 out
of 1050 marks for admission to the discipline of Pre-Engineering. It may drop to
a few marks in second or third merit lists. However, last year's merit for
admission to Pre-Engineering classes was 782 out of 850 marks.
Pre-Engineering and Pre-Medical, Computer Science with Physics or Statistics are
the potential subjects showing high merit.
The last year's merit in GCU
stood at 783, 775, 712, 736, 764, and 723 for Pre-Engg, Pre-Med, General
Science, ICS (Phy), ICS (Stat) and Arts (Compulsory) disciplines respectively.
The last year merit in FC College remained 768, 762, 685, 685, 600, 600 for
admissions to the disciplines of Pre-Engg, Pre-Med, Gen Sc, ICS (Phy), ICS
(Stat) and Arts respectively.
Government Islamia College Civil Lines - 728,
667, 404, 575, 627, 525, 470 in Pre-Engg, Pre-Med, Gen Sc, ICS (Phy), ICS
(Stat), Arts and Arts (comp). Government Science College, Wahdat Road - 693,
648, 425, 620, 562, 456, 402 and 635 respectively for Pre-Engg, Pre-Med, Gen
Science, ICS (Phy), ICS (Stat) Arts, Arts (Com) and I-Com.
Islamia College, Railway Road - 600, 550, 430, 450 and 400 in Pre-Engg, Pre-Med,
Gen Science, ICS (Phy) and ICS (Stat) respectively.
Township - 650, 700 in Pre-Engg and Pre-Med, 550 in ICS (Phy), 600 in ICS (Stat)
and 500 in Arts.
Government Model Degree College - 602 & 550 for Pre-Engg
and Pre-Med, and 400 in Arts.
Government Dyal Singh College - 530 and 475 in
Pre-Engg and Pre-Med, 450 for ICS (Phy), 550 in I-Com and open-merit in
Arts. The Nation
"i would like to say that one of the big reasons of increase in merits of colleges is that the books of PTBB Lahore are not being changed changed so i request to the minister of education that he order to change books so that the every student which gets at least 80% marks should get admission in govt. college.thank you ."
City, Country: Lahore,Pakistan
"i want to know about scholarship merit for 11th class 2011"
Name: Malik Ali Hussnain
City, Country: Narowal,Pakistan
"I want to get admission in fc college and my marks in 10th exams is 730.. Plz send me email to help"
Name: Tayyab malik
"If this is the standard,then where the students who got mark very low.what is the solution for their admission in the town.Who will see why their faiths will go on hanging,it is very very petty and deplorable position and there must be immediate solution for this problem otherwise thousands of students will be deprived for further betterment of their future."
Name: Muhammad younus Butt
"every government college who have high position in society should also add commerce as a perfect subject."
Name: danish ali
"I WANT TO GET ADMISSION IN G.C PLZ HELP ME?"
Name: HASSAN KHAN SHIGRI
City, Country: SKARDU, PAKISTAN
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Governor announces scholarship scheme
Lahore: Punjab Governor Salman Taseer presided over 73rd meeting of the Board of
Governors of the Aitchison College as chairman here on Tuesday.
governor announced "Governor's Scholarship Scheme" under which five needy and
talented students would be granted full scholarship from class six at
the Aitchison College.
He also appointed Syed Hur Riahi Gardezi as BoG
Addressing the meeting, the governor stressed that no compromise
would be made on quality education.
Punjab Governor Salman Taseer said a
comprehensive teachers' training programme for the Aitchison College should be
launched to enhance their capabilities and emphasized the need for upgrade of
facilities for the students at the college.
Mr Taseer governor commended
the O and A levels results achieved by the college students in the June
examination held by the Cambridge Board. He also stressed 40 percent increase in
enrolment of college students in the next educational session.
the development work on the Barry Block extension scheme should be completed
till September 2010.
Earlier, the Board sanctioned construction of new
Science Block in the college at a cost of Rs 47 crore, approving the extension
of historical Barry Block with estimated cost of Rs 12 crore. The extension of
Barry Block would provide at least 30 additional classrooms for students
of O&A levels.
The board also reviewed and approved the activities
of the college during the academic year 2008-2009 and plans for academic
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KEMU budget approved
Lahore: The King Edward Medical University (KEMU) Syndicate gave approval for
varsity's budget of Rs 614.639 million for financial year 2009-10 in its 7th
meeting chaired by Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Muhammad Zafar Ullah Khan. About Rs
7.536 million have been allocated for student scholarships, Rs 1.5 million for
research, Rs 42.820 million for maintenance and repairs of the building, Rs 4.5
million for the facility of lift for disabled students while Rs 5.1 million have
been allocated for the purchase of new coasters.
The meeting decided to
strengthen the Pathology Lab and to provide computers to the teachers to meet
the challenges of the information technology. Those who attended the meeting
included University of Enginnering & Technology (UET) Vice Chancellor Gen
(r) Muhammad Akram, Humayoun Farshori, Member Punjab Public Service Commission,
Haroon Khwaja, Financial Expert, Member Provincial Assembly, Dr Asad Ashraf and
Saeed Akbar Khan, Prof Munir-ul-Haq, Prof Rashid Latif and representatives from
Health, Finance and Education Departments.
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Lahore: The students of Government Progressive Girls High School, R-Block, Model Town,
have upheld the tradition of producing 100 per cent result in the Secondary
School Certificate (SSC) Examination. Headmistress Tahira Siddiqa Alamgir said
the school had been producing 100 per cent result for the last 10 years. She
said 29 candidates had appeared in the Science Group and all of them were
declared successful this year while 73 candidates, out of total 74, passed in
the Arts Group
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Dr Samar visits CASP
Lahore: Reowned scientist Dr Samar Mubarakmand, Member Planning and Development
Division (Science and Technology), and Dr Muhammad Asharf Moten, Senior Chief
S&T, visited the High-Tension Laboratory of Center for Advanced Studies in
Physics (CASP) at Government College University Lahore. The two-member team
visited various sections of the High-Tension Laboratory and observed the working
and research environment of the lab. Both scientists also saw the performance of
the Pelletron Accelerator and appreciated the research activities of the lab. The news
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