BIEK pre-engineering and science results 2010
Pre-engineering, science general (computer) results out: Girls clinch almost all top positions in HSC exams
Karachi, Aug 17: The Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK) on
Monday declared the results of the Higher Secondary School Certificate,
part-II (science-pre-engineering and science general-computer groups)
The overall pass percentage in the
pre-engineering group improved to 54.39 as compared to last year's 47.64
and also in the science general (computer) group to 35.66 against the
last year's 30.59. Statistics show that the pass percentage in the two
groups has improved by 6.75 and 5.07, respectively.
candidates once again demonstrated their supremacy over their male
counterparts by attaining a pass percentage of 59.8 in the
pre-engineering group and 53.31 in the science general (computer) group.
Male candidates in the two groups came out with a pass percentage of
52.34 and 20.64, respectively.
Girls' performance in the
science general (computer) group appeared to be better than boys' as the
former secured seven 'A-1' grades, 40 'A' grades, 141 'B' grades and
186 'C' grades while boys could secure only one 'A-1' grade, 11 'A'
grades, 35 'B' grades and 91 'C' grades although the number of girls
appearing in the examination was 771 against 906 boys.
statistics of the pre-engineering results show that a total of 22,728
candidates (16,476 boys and 6,252 girls) appeared in the examination and
of them 1,263 candidates (815 boys and 448 girls) secured the 'A-1'
grade, 2,861 candidates (1,951 boys and 910 girls) got the 'A' grade,
3,316 candidates (2,295 boys and 1,021 girls) obtained the 'B' grade,
3,249 candidates (2,190 boys and 1,059 girls) secured the 'C' grade,
1,623 candidates (1,325 boys 298 girls) got the 'D' grade and 50
candidates (47 boys and three girls) got the 'E' grade.
Jafri (Roll No.778142), daughter of Syed Saghir Ahmed Jafri, a student
of the St. Lawrence Govt Girls Degree College, topped the Science
(pre-engineering) examination by securing 998 (90.72 per cent) out of
the total 1,100 marks. Wajahat Anis (Roll No.763673), son of Khawaja
Anisuddin Amjad, a student of the Adamjee Govt Science College, clinched
the second position by securing 997 (90.63 per cent) and Fahmiya Fatima
Khatri (Roll No.775495), daughter of Akhtar Hussain Khatri, a student
of the Bahria College, Karsaz Road, secured the third position with 994
(90.36 per cent) marks.
In the science general (computer)
group, Ramsha Zahir (Roll No.822771), daughter of Mohammad Zaheer
Akhtar, a student of the DA Degree College for Women, Phase-VIII,
secured the first position by obtaining 961 (87.36 pc) out of the total
1,100 marks. Marium Abdul Majeed (Roll No.821675), daughter of Abdul
Majeed, a student of Bahria College, Karsaz Road, secured the second
position with 917 (83.36 per cent) marks and Ms Batool (Roll No.822764),
daughter of Zahid Hussain, a student of the DA Degree College for
Women, Phase VIII, bagged the third position by securing 915 (83.18 per
"im a student of Hsc part ii plase tell me my result this is my roll no 765398"
"plz send me the result of first year pre engineering."
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Karachi: BIEK has suspended the affiliation of all 13 educational institutions in the
city whose pass percentage in the HSC examinations 2009 and 2010
remained at zero.
BIEK Chairman Prof Anwar Ahmed Zai said on
Monday that the penalised institutions include seven private and two
government colleges. The rest were two govt and two private higher
secondary schools, he added.
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Compulsory education: Govt to consult all sides
Peshawar: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has decided to take
on board all the stakeholders before introducing a law regarding
compulsory education and punishment to parents for not sending their
children to schools, it is learnt.
Following the passage of the
Constitution (18th Amendment) Act, 2010, it has become a binding on the
state to provide free education to the children.
inserted Article 25A of the Constitution states: "The state shall
provide free and compulsory education to all children of the age of five
to sixteen years of age in such manner as may be determined by law."
Since provision of education was made compulsory for the government,
the Elementary and Secondary Education Department was mulling over
introducing a law that would envisage punishment for those parents, who
were not sending their children to the schools, Director Education
Sector Reform Unit Raja Saad Khan said.
"We will seek
opinion of the civil society, educationists, media and parents prior to
introduction of the new law. It will help remove all the ambiguities in
the proposed law," he said.
The Elementary and Secondary
Education department has intended to achieve the target within two
months. Interaction with the parents and non-governmental organisations,
working for child rights, would identify the real problems behind not
sending children to the schools, E&SE Additional Secretary Qaiser
Alam Khan said.
The new law would be framed purely in the light
of the suggestions and recommendations supported by the stakeholders
and public representatives, he said. "We will hold seminars, workshops
and debate on televisions aimed at seeking in-depth opinions of all
stakeholders," he added.
The parents in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are
not sending their children to schools mainly due to poverty, unawareness
and no hope of job after getting even higher education. The high ratio
of unemployment among the educated youths boosted the trend of not
sending children to the schools, an official of E&SE Department said.
He said that according to the new data collected by the
government, the number of out-of-school children was on the rise as it
had reached three million in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
He also held
the education department responsible for the large number of out of
school children. "In some areas there is shortage of schools while in
others the existing schools are lacking basic facilities," he said.
Prior to formulation of the law regarding punishment to the parents for
not sending children to schools, first the government should ensure
access of the children to the schools, he said. "When there is no school
in a village then where the parents will send their children for
getting education," he asked.
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Varsities plan to help victims
Hyderabad: Public sector universities in Jamshoro will share their resources to help flood victims.
Mehran University of Engineering and Technology at a meeting held here
on Monday decided to establish a flood relief camp and open an account
for relief fund at Habib Bank's university branch.
over the meeting, university Vice-chancellor Dr Abdul Qadeer Rajput
announced a personal donation of Rs300,000 while Officers Association
donated Rs50,000, Alumnae Association Rs25,000 and employees association
Liaquat University of Medical and Health Sciences has decided to establish medical camps for flood victims.
The decision was taken at meeting presided over by its VC. It discussed
the influx of flood victims thronging Jamshoro Phatak and in front of
the university's ground and decided that medical cover to the flood
victims would be the main activity of the university.
will be established at the main gate of the university where specialists
doctors will examine patients and provide medicines free of cost.
It decided that the already established camps at Karan Shoro and Aliabad will continue to function backed up by mobile teams.
Faculty members and students of the university have launched a drive to
collect funds, edibles and wearing apparels for the flood victims.
The Sindh University has already established flood relief fund.
Meanwhile, health EDO Bux Ali Pitafi has said that 25 medical camps have been set
up in Hyderabad district to provide medical cover to flood victims
arriving here. Dawn
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First Fibroscan machine launched at DUHS
Karachi: The first Fibroscan machine of Pakistan was inaugurated by
Sindh Governor Dr Ishratul Ibad Khan at the National Institute of Liver
and Gastro-Intestinal Diseases, Dow University of Health Science (DUHS),
Ojha campus on Sunday.
This is the first clinically validated device using Transient Elastography, an announcement said.
This unique, accurate and efficient device brings extra clinical confidence and supports patient management.
Fibroscan is used for the diagnosis of 1.5 million men, women and children every year.
More than 250 research papers have been published so far in this regard.
screening to follow up, Fibroscan has a wide range of use, including
assessment of normal liver, hepatitis B and C, HIV, alcoholic
steatohepatitis, non-alcoholic steatohepatitis, post-liver
transplantation and cirrhotic complications.
The examination is fast and delivers immediate results.
Sindh governor said liver diseases are very common in the province and
this machine would obviate the need of liver biopsy in patients
suffering from HBV and HCV, and save the cost of liver biopsy without
the risks involved.
This is a great opportunity for the country
to progress in liver-related research and would not only serve the
people of the country, but also promote medical tourism to get liver
fibrosis assessment from Middle Eastern and other neighbouring
DUHS Vice-Chancellor Prof Masood Hameed Khan dedicated
Pakistan's first Fibroscan as a gift to the nation on the occasion of
the 63rd Independence Day. app
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