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BZU Multan BA, BSc annual exams result 2011

Girls sweep away all top positions
Multan, Aug 08: With all the three overall top positions, the girls completely outshined boys in BA/BSc annual examination, 2011 as the Bahauddin Zakariya University (BZU) announced the result here on Sunday.

Declaring the result, BZU Controller (Examinations) Malik Munir Ahmad said that 45189 candidates appeared in the BA/BSc examination out of which 17148 were declared successful while 28041 got failed. Thus the overall success ratio in this examination stood at 37.95 percent. The examination had commenced on April 9 and ended on July 2.

All the three overall top positions were bagged by the students of private colleges as the state-run colleges failed to get any position. The overall first position was clinched by Iffat Fida Hussain, Roll No 43605, student of Punjab College for Women, who secured 742 marks while Addeba Sadiq, Roll No 43609, student of the same college, grabbed second position with 720 marks. Similarly, the third place was occupied by Iqra Riaz, Roll No 43497 of Central College who obtained 707 marks.

Giving statistics, the controller said that the BA examination was taken by 37673 candidates out of which 13556 got through, constituting 35.98 percent pass percentage. Similarly, as many as 7516 candidates appeared in BSc examination and 3592 successfully qualified the examination. The success ratio in BSc stood at 47.79 percent.

The controller told the journalists that 14202 candidates took examination as regular students out of which 8127 passed while 30987 private candidates appeared and 9021 got through.

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The overall first, second and third position holders were also declared toppers of BSc Group as Iffat Fida Hussain stood first with 742 marks, Addeba Sadiq second with 720 marks and Iqra Riaz third with 707 marks.

BA POSITIONS: The position stand in BA group was also completely dominated by the female candidates as they swept away all the three positions. Zoya Zafar, Roll No 2048, student of Government College for Women Jalalpur Pirwala, stood first with 666 marks. The second position was clinched by Shaista Malik, Roll No 5729, student of Government Degree College for Women Chungi No-6, who got 648 marks while the third position was again taken by another student fo Jalalpur Pirwala College namely Warda Bashir, Roll No 2021, who obtained 645 marks.

UNFAIR MEANS CASES: The Controller told the journalists that as many as 36 Unfair Means Cases (UMCs) were registered during the examination and 15 were decided while rest of 21 were still under trial.

CASH PRIZES FOR POSITION HOLDERS: Though the cash prize worth Rs20,000 was announced for each of the first position holders in all categories, Rs15,000 second and Rs10,000 third position holders, nothing was given to the students because of the absence of the Vice Chancellor.

The position holders were just handed their merit certificates and were told that a ceremony will take place later to give them prizes after the appointment of the VC. The nation

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Court issues notices to state in UET test leak case
Lahore: Special Judge Anti-Corruption Mehboob Qadir Shah on Saturday issued notices to the state for August 11 on bail applications filed by five persons allegedly involved in leaking entrance test paper of the University of Engineering & Technology (UET).

The Anti-Corruption Establishment had arrested eight persons and all of them were in jail on judicial remand. Five accused, namely Muhammad Ashraf, Usman Ahmed, Hafiz Abu Bakar, Ahsan Murtaza and Shujauddin, had filed bail application in the court contending that the allegations levelled against them of their involvement in entrance test paper leak had nothing to do with reality.

They said they had been implicated in a fake case. While Shujauddin implored the court that he ran an internet cafÈ but was involved in fake case for sending emails to two different IDs from his email address although it was his business.

At this, the court has issued notice to state for arguments.

Previously, Judicial Magistrate Noor Muhammad Dhothar had sent accused Muhammad Ashraf, Muhammad Anees and Shujauddin, Asif Naseer, Ahsan Murtaza, Farooq Ali, Usman Ahmed and Hafiz Abu Bakar to jail on 14-day judicial remand.

As per case details, police had initially arrested three accused in the case. Later, five more were arrested by Gujjarpurra police. The UET security in-charge, in a complaint, had claimed that Anees and his accomplices Shujauddin and Ashraf were involved in stealing and leaking entrance test papers.

Police, responding to his complaint, had registered a case No 848/11 under sections 409 (criminal breach of trust by a public servant) and 109 (abetment) of Pakistan Penal Code (PPC).

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PMA condemns evening shift in medical colleges
Lahore: The Pakistan Medical Association (PMA) has condemned federal government's plan to introduce evening shift in public and private sectors medical institutions, which, the association believes, is tantamount to destroying the medical education in the country.

Speaking at a press conference at the PMA House here on Sunday, PMA (Centre) General Secretary Dr Mirza Ali Azhar, Treasurer Dr Qaiser Sajjad, Joint Secretary Dr Shahid Malik, Punjab President Dr Ashraf Nizami, General Secretary Dr Akhtar Rasheed, Lahore President Dr Tanveer Anwar and General Secretary Dr Izhar Chaudhry said that, according to the new development, the federal government in connivance with some federal ministers was again planning to start evening classes in public and medical colleges through a letter from Principal Secretary of Prime Minister, No 1014/PSPM/2011 dated 15th June, 2011.

They said the PMA believed that all these manipulations are based on unscrupulous and unethical practices.

"How the students will be accommodated in evening classes, what will be the format of these classes, which faculty will look after and what will be the modus operandi of the clinical teaching?" they questioned.

The PMA leaders appealed to the president and prime minister of Pakistan to look into the matter of great sensitivity and do not heed those unscrupulous elements which want to make money and defame the present regime for their personal benefits.

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PGMI merit list
Lahore: The Post Graduate Medical Institute (PGMI) has issued the merit list of successful applicants for admission to various medical specialisations for the academic session 2011-12. The merit list can be viewed on the institute's website www.pgmipunjab.edu.pk. According to a press release here on Sunday, PGMI Principal Prof Dr Tariq Salahudin, talking to the media, said for the first time admission to the PGMI had been processed through entrance test. He said that PGMI was serving the health sector under the vision of Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif.

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VC says AWKU striving to promote quality education
Mardan: The Abdul Wali Khan University (AWKU) is striving hard to promote quality education in a research-oriented environment, said the vice-chancellor.

"The university has a highly qualified faculty comprising PhD and MPhil scholars and some more PhDs will be inducted when the selection board holds its next meeting," Vice-Chancellor Dr Ihsan Ali told a meeting.

The meeting was informed that the university has awarded 70 scholarships, both indigenous and overseas, to its faculty who will be sent to the known universities of the world for higher education.

The vice-chancellor disclosed that in the next phase, more faculty members would be awarded scholarships. The meeting was attended by senior officers of the university, including deans, controller of examination, treasurer and provost. Dr Ihsan Ali said the university would never compromise on quality education and would soon achieve a prominent position among the major universities of the country. The news

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