RCC rawalpindi prize distribution ceremony
RCC awards position-holders of HSSC exams
Rawalpindi, Aug 23: In order to encourage the students on their achievements in the Higher Secondary
School Certificates (HSSC) Annual Examination 2009, Rawalpindi College of
Commerce, Siddiqui Chowk, organised a prize distribution ceremony for the
According to a press release issued here Saturday,
chief executive of Rawalpindi College of Commerce (RCC) and Jinnah Institute of
Informatics, Commerce and Sciences, Pirzada Rahat Quddusi was the chief guest on
the occasion. Certificates and shields were distributed among the top position
holders of the institute in the examination session 2009.
gathering Pirzada Rahat Quddusi, congratulated the students for showing
brilliant results. "The RCC education standard is among the highest in the
country, and it also contributed to the success of the country in the field of
commerce," he added.
On the occasion, Rahat Quddusi announced 100 per
cent free education in the RCC, Sidduqui Chowk branch, for the students who
achieved 80 per cent marks in intermediate, while exemption of Rs30,000 and
Rs20,000 in fee for the students who secured 70 per cent and 60 per cent marks
"all is well"
City, Country:islamabad, Pakistan
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Students excel in HSSC exams
Rawalpindi: Waseem Zarin and Muhammad Usman, students of Indus College of Commerce (IGC),
Rawalpindi, have secured first and third positions respectively in different
groups in the Higher Secondary School Certificate Annual Examination 2009, of
the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Rawalpindi. According to a
press release, Waseem Zarin (Roll No 718937) bagged first position in the
Science General Group (ICS) by securing 958 marks, while Muhammad Usman (Roll No
719080) got third position in the Commerce Group (I.Com) by securing 931 marks. The news
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2 Pak students arrested in UK return home
Islamabad: Two Pakistani students arrested in Britain in connection with
an alleged terror plot returned home on Saturday after dropping a legal battle
against their deportation and accusing British authorities of ill-treatment
Abdul Wahab Khan and Shoaib Khan were among the 12
Pakistani students arrested in April during the Operation Pathway. The British
authorities later failed to bring up charges against them, but decided to deport
them for being 'security risk'.
The two students, along with others
detained during the terror raids, had appealed against the deportation decision
and the Special Immigration Appeals Commission was scheduled to take up their
appeal in March next year.
However, Wahab and Shoaib subsequently
decided to leave UK voluntarily after a court rejected their plea for bail,
while their appeal against deportation was being heard.
Mr Amjad Malik,
the lawyer for both students, told reporters on arrival in Islamabad that his
clients were frequently strip-searched, subjected to searches by dogs and served
One of the students, Wahab, described his detention
as "hell" and said it showed that the British had no concept of justice.
The allegations were rejected by the British High Commission as
"Whilst in detention, these individuals were afforded the
full protection of the UK justice system," the statement said, adding the UK
Government treats all those in detention in UK prisons fairly and humanely,
regardless of their nationality, race or religion.
It said except for
one complaint by their lawyer on Aug 14 about contaminated food, there were no
complaints by any of the detainees.
Speaking particularly about the two
students, the British High Commission said: "In the case of these individuals
one took up the opportunity to take part in an education course; and both used
the prison gymnasium, exercised frequently and were free to worship and
undertake other activities in accordance with Islamic teachings." Dawn
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Students urged to excel in science, maths
Islamabad: Leader of the House Senator Nayyar Bukhari said on Saturday
Mathematics is everywhere, all around and its useful applications in business,
industry, politics and other fields of basics science are especially
He was speaking as a chief guest at the inaugural ceremony of 10th
International Pure Mathematics Society conference of Quaid-e-Azam University
He commended the Pakistan Mathematical Society for "demonstrating
extraordinary vision and leadership by arranging a forum to address on the most
potent and significant issues of the time", he said.
Recalling the history of
Science and mathematics, he said it dated back many centuries. Science provides
mathematics with interesting problems to investigate, and mathematics provides
science with powerful tools to use in analysing data, he
"Mathematics also contributes more generally to engineering, as
in describing complex systems whose behaviours can then be simulated by
computer", he said, adding that computer technology has also opened up whole new
areas in mathematics, even its very nature of proof and it also continues to
help solve previously daunting problems.
Leader of the House said the field
of mathematics, both in pure and applied form, can readily be identified as one
of the critical pillar upon which the entire structure of science and knowledge
Meanwhile, Nayyar Bukhari said that the
government of Pakistan People's Party has identified several science and
engineering fields as key national priority areas.
"The government has
launched multiple programmes to build national and intellectual capacity for the
disciplines to take root and flourish universities", he said.
He assured that
the government would endeavour to focus on raising the standards of teaching and
learning in our schools. He said in this way they are placing special emphasis
on improving the quality of mathematics education on priority basis.
order to succeed in our information based society, students must have a solid
understanding of the basics reading, science, history, arts and especially
mathematics, he remarked.
He was confident that the conference will not only
provide useful forum to the participants to share their experiences in promoting
mathematics, but will also benefit them professionally. The Nation
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