NWFP UET entry test for admission
8,851 take UET entry test
Peshawar, Aug 10: As many as 8,851 candidates appeared in the entry test for admission
to the NWFP University of Engineering and Technology (UET) held at Peshawar and
Abbottabad centres simultaneously on Sunday.
Organised by Educational
Testing and Evaluating Agency (ETEA), the test was held at Col Sher Khan Stadium
in Peshawar and Ayub Medical College Abbottabad. The results of test will be
A total 7,534 candidates, including 7,001 male and 248
female, appeared for the engineering disciplines and 256 male and 29 female for
computer science group in Peshawar while 1,317 candidates, including 1,140 male
and 132 female for engineering group and 35 male and 10 female for computer
science in Abbottabad.
UET Vice-chancellor Syed Imtiaz Hussain Gilani,
who was present on the occasion, expressed his satisfaction at the arrangement
made for the entry test. The university will arrange an orientation week for the
new entrants as well. He further said this time they had started self-finance
scheme in two disciplines (electrical and mechanical engineering) on the
Peshawar Campus where 40 candidates in each discipline would be
Dr Abdur Rauf Jamil, Executive Director ETEA, nine Subject
Specialists, 400 invigilators from education department (primary and senior
teachers), 45 test managers, staff of Peshawar University and Islamia College,
and Peshawar Police, were present on the occasion.
Directorate of Admissions NWFP UET, including Prof Dr Khan Gul Jadoon, Convener
for Admissions and Ms Rubina Tahir, Deputy Director, Admissions, managed the
admission process. Prof Dr M Mansoor, Dean, Faculty of Engineering, Imtiaz Ahmad
Khan, Registrar and other senior faculty members from all the departments were
"my name is adnan gul i have done my fsc with 835 marks plz give me some hints about the test"
Name: adnan gul
City, Country: mardan pakistan
"my name is Adnan ahmad i obtained 449 markes in frst year and second year markes are waiting plz give me hints to aply for test"
Name: adnan ahmad
City, Country: mardan
Dear i have done three year Diploma in civil Engg.now i wantto take admission in civil Engg.plz discos me about this.when will the Entry Test held.Regards suleman khan"
Name: suleman khan
City, Country: nowshea pakistan
My name is umair and i have passed my F.sC part1 by 362 marks plz tell how to prepare for engineering test."
Name: umair miskin
City, Country: 0937
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Name: ALTAF HUSSAIN
City, Country: PAKISTAN
I have passed my fsc exam in 2010 and i want to get admission in preengineering college please tell me that how i prepare my test and also recommend me the books."
Name: Tahir Nawaz
City, Country: D.I.khan
respectable i have done my DAE( metallurgy ) in 2009 with 81.6percent marks. so please guide me for the admission test. thanks"
Name: abrar ahmed
City, Country: kohat pakistan
kindly inform me about the test that on wish date it is to be held,morever about requirments needs for test."
Name: zohaib khan
City, Country: peshawer,pakistan
please inform me that when uet test held"
Name: RABIA KHANUM KHATTAK
City, Country: SAHIWAL Pakistan
a.oa i want the previous entry test of 2009 so plz any one sened it to me"
Name: M FAISAL KHAn
City, Country: rawalpindi
i got 490 in first year...n i m selected in nust...is nust better than uet... plz convince me"
Name: umar ehsan
City, Country: peshawar, pakistan
assalam o alaikum! Plz inform me about entry test date,"
City, Country:mardan pakistan
"uet abbottabad admission submitting forms date"
Name: ubaid khan
Email: ubaid firstname.lastname@example.org
City, Country:mansehra pakistan
"plz tell me the date of issued the entry test form"
City, Country:peshawar, pakistan
"I got 398 marks in ist year and waiting for 2nd year result....plz tell me the date of entry test and also send me test paper of 2009,2010.."
Name: junaid mughal
"Dear all, Is there any one who can help me that when admission for MS in UET will start. i have done my Bs in electrical technology in year 2007 from the smae uiversity but now as im in lahore and nothing availible on office website. Please inform me if someone has any idea for the admission. Thanks Salahullah from Swat"
City, Country: Swat
"plzzzz plzzzz tel me k 2013 ke etea entrance test ki registration kub se start ho rhe hain r last date kub hain. plzz any body inform me."
Name: nerjis fatima
City, Country: kohat,pakistan
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School topper goes missing after joining Swat Taliban
Mingora: Students and teachers at the Government Higher Secondary School Barikot
were missing their two brilliant colleagues as the school reopened on August 1
following the clearing of the area from militants and the return of the
The first thing both teachers and students did was to
offer fateha (prayer) for their colleague and teacher Fazal Jabbar, who lost his
life along with his other relative when a mortar shell landed on his house in
Naway Killay in Barikot area on May 11.
"Unlike rest of the school
buildings, ours is safe but the killing of our kind and devoted colleague
pierced our hearts," said Ibrahim, principal of the school while recalling Fazal
Jabbar, who was serving as Certified Teacher (CT).
The second shocking
revelation for the teachers and students was that Yousaf Khan, a student of the
school, who got top position in the matriculation examination 2007, was
The board of honour displayed on a wall just behind the main
gate of the school still bears the name of Yousaf Khan, but he is missing now
and is feared dead as he had joined the ranks of Taliban about a year ago.
"He was such a brilliant student ... I can't believe he can join the
militants because he has no such inclination during his school days," said the
Taliban had become role model for students and young
men in almost all areas of Swat during their heydays. Youth, many of them
students like Yousaf Khan, feeling a charm in holding guns and stopping and
searching people on the roads, recalled Muhammad Saleh, a physical education
Residents say many among the militants in the area were
teenagers. They developed liking for the Taliban because of their apparent pomp
and show and later on some of them joined their ranks. "Many of those young men,
some of them students, are now missing," said another teacher.
the security forces in Swat had claimed arresting several teenaged boys, who
were picked by the militants to be trained and used as suicide bombers. The
militants prefer teenagers as they can be easily influenced and molded as
suicide bombers and foot soldiers.
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Result of civil judges' exams announced
Peshawar: The NWFP Public Service Commission has announced the names of
successful candidates in the written test of the competitive examination
conducted in March 2009 for the posts of civil judges-cum-judicial
A total of 143 candidates, out of 1,363 who appeared in the
written examination, have qualified.
The successful candidates shall be
called for viva-vice test in due course individually through registered
The commission said through a handout that DMCs of the failed
candidates would be issued after the 20th of this month. The roll numbers of the
successful candidates are: (Female specific quota): 12, 55, 58, 92, 105, 113,
117, 138, 152, 158, 159, 162, 165, 166, 170, 175, 178, 184, 206, 213, 214, 218,
236, 238, and 293, while those included in general quota are:
159, 179, 181, 183, 187, 192, 225, 254, 286, 304, 311, 332, 335, 363, 376, 400,
407, 410, 417, 421, 441, 463, 465, 493, 517, 544, 547, 608, 656, 663, 754, 761,
763, 769, 802, 808, 883, 888, 903, 909, 940, 951, 963, 969, 972, 976, 979, 985,
1021, 1075, 1079, 1088, 1104, 1116, 1130, 1138, 1171, 1226, 1227, 1251, 1257,
1279, 1282, 1287, 1384, 1387, 1398, 1412, 1424, 1434, 1435, 1470, 1474, 1482,
1489, 1493, 1501, 1557, 1561, 1566, 1594, 1666, 1675, 1690, 1692, 1698, 1699,
1718, 1767, 1831, 1853, 1854, 1856, 1857, 1891, 1893, 1911, 1914, 1976, 1977,
1981, 2012, 2078, 2100, 2102, 2109, 2113, 2123, 2126, 2128, 2145, 2149, 2157,
2170, 2171 and, 2245.
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Urdu booklet on Persian grammar published
Peshawar: 'Yusra Nama' - a concise publication on Persian grammar - authored by
Syed Ghayyur Hussain, a noted academician, writer and researcher, has hit the
stalls and is available for those fond of learning the language.
36-page booklet with easily understandable words and grammatical rules has been
dedicated to a former director general of the Iranian Culture Centre at
Peshawar, Aghae-Mohsin Abu Talbi, who, the writer says contributed a lot for the
promotion of Persian language during his four-year stay in Peshawar from 1992 to
Talbi, who exhibited his great love for Pakistan languages while
serving in Peshawar and encouraged and supported a number of Pashto and Hindko
writers, is now heading the Cultural Wing of the local government of
Syed Ghayyur Hussain, hailing from Ustarzai, Kohat, has been
teaching Persian for the last two decades at the University of Peshawar and
Cultural Centre of Islamic Republic of Iran. He has to his credit a number of
publications and research-based papers. The researcher has authored a book that
has been included in the MA and M Phil course of study. Another of his book
"Pakistan Ki Qaumi Aur Ilaqai Zubano Per Farsi Ka Asar" highlights the impact of
Persian on Pakistani languages.
He is working on three more books -
'Farsi Asbaq', 'Farsi Ashaar' and 'Farsi Boliay' that might be published
In the preface to the 'Yusra Nama', Professor Dr Irshad Shakir Awan
of Urdu Department of Qartaba University Peshawar has lauded the contribution
from Ghayyur towards the promotion of Persian language and literature and said
the book would make Persian learning easier. "Though there are number of good
books on Persian grammar, yet the 'Yusra Nama' will be more beneficial for those
trying to learn the language in the shortest possible time," he
Professor Dr Riaz Majeed of the Linguistic Department of the
university has welcomed the booklet as a rare contribution and termed it an
effort to make Persian language learning easier and bring Urdu and Persian
closer. Besides grammar rules, the booklet has three sets of Persian words
translated into Urdu. Coming out of printing press on July 31 and available at a
nominal price of Rs30 on all bookstalls in the market, the book would contribute
towards promotion of Persian language. The news
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