Peshawar University BA, Bsc results session 2009-10
Girls outshine boys in UoP BA/BSc exams
Peshawar, Aug 31: Girls outshined boys in the BA/Bsc annual examination
by taking all the top positions in humanities and science groups for the
The result was announced by the controller of
examination, University of Peshawar Iftikhar Hussain Khan, at a press
conference at his office on Monday.
He said a total of 54,024 candidates appeared in the examination and of them 15,364 were declared successful.
The overall result remained at 28 per cent.
In the science group, Aisha Haroon of Army Burn Hall College Abbottabad
stood first by bagging 482 marks, while Sumaira Saleem Akhtar stood
second with 460 marks and Zara Mobin got third position by obtaining 455
In the BA exam Tillat Jan of Jinnah College for Women
and Kiran Gulzar of Army Burn Hall Abbottabad shared first position by
taking 402 marks while Sidra Pervez took second position with 401 marks
and private candidate Mohammad Sudais took third position.
controller claimed that during a short period of three weeks the result
was prepared and the cases of late result and unfair means had also been
decided in order to facilitate the students in getting admissions in
He added that the detailed marks certificates
(DMCs) of the students would be dispatched in a day's time, and the
regular candidates could collect them from their respective colleges
while private candidates will receive DMCs on their mailing addresses. Dawn
"My result is not been shown,when i enter my roll no. another person name is shown.whats the problem and how can i resolve? my roll no. is 72218."
Name: Muhammad Roohullah
"how can i seee the result online"
Name: bilal khan
City, Country: peshawar pakistan
"its a very sham full thinking thos pepoles about educational institution in our country,,,,,,,,,,,i so sad"
Name: shahbaz ali hadi
City, Country: faisalabad
"i want to see my third year result 2010.my roll no is (22231)."
Name: Ramin khan
"roll no 18972"
Name: shahen shah
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NCA at risk of terrorist attack
Lahore: The National College of Arts (NCA), religious gatherings,
sensitive installations, railway stations, public places, shrines,
imambargahs and other worship places are at the risk of potential
attacks from terrorists during the last 10 days of Ramazan, sources in
the intelligence agencies warned on Monday. The terrorists have also
planned to abduct important religious and social personalities to give a
fatal blow to national unity, said a report of an intelligence agency,
adding that terrorists also want to create panic among the general
public and disturb law and order.
The report suggested that the law
enforcement agencies, police and civil society members should coordinate
and share information and enhance security on 21st of Ramazan, the
martyrdom day of Hazrat Ali (RA), Jumatul Wida, Al Quds Day, busy
markets and Eid. Another intelligence agency's report revealed that
terrorists planned to attack NCA as well. The inspector general (IG) of
Pakistan Railways has directed his staff to step up security at railway
stations and be prepared to deal with any emergency situation during
rush days near Eid. The railway authorities and police have also been
advised to keep a vigilant eye on the passengers' baggage. The IG
directed his staff to enhance patrolling at railway stations and also to
increase police contingents in trains. Daily times
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