FBISE HSSC result, only 34 percent pass
FBISE announces HSSC supplementary exams' result
Islamabad, Dec 14: The result of Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) Supplementary Examination
2011 has been declared on Tuesday with the passing percentage of only 34.30 per
According to information, a total of 7,961 candidates appeared in
HSSC examination held in 6th October 2011, out of which, only 2,731candidates
managed to pass the examination. Only 17 students bagged A plus grade, 59
achieved A grade, 353 got B grade, 1,001 got C grade, 1,148 got D grade ad 145
got E grade. A total of 8,269 students were enrolled in supplementary
examination out of which 7,961 appeared.
As many as 2,642 students were
enrolled in Humanities group out of which 2,564 appeared and only 625 passed. A
total of 659 students appeared in Pre-Medical Group out of which only 347
passed. From a total of 1,627 students that appeared in Pre-Engineering Group,
846 passed. A total of 1,894 students appeared in General Science group out of
which 584 passed and from a total of 1183 students, 315 passed in commerce
group. 34 students appeared in Med. Tech out of which 14 students managed to
The pass percentage of Humanities Group is 24.38 per cent,
Pre-Medical Group was 52.66 per cent, Pre-Engineering was 52 per cent. General
Science Group was 30.83 per cent, Commerce Group was 26.63 percent and Med. Tech
is 41.12 per cent. This year six unfair means cases were
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HEC to constitute task force for advocacy drive
Islamabad: Higher Education Commission (HEC) will constitute a task force for advocacy drive of
Pink Ribbon campaign in which Fatima Jinnah Women University (FJWU), Vice
Chancellor, Dr. Samina Amin Qadir has been nominated as focal person.
constitution of task force is a part of Memorandum of Understanding for Breast
Cancer Awareness Campaign in the higher education institutions of the country
that has been signed on Tuesday between HEC and Pink Ribbon.
The MoU is a
follow-up of a meeting held in August this year between HEC Chairperson Dr.
Javaid Laghari and Pink Ribbon Pakistan Chairperson Fariba Shiraz
It was also decided that two focal persons will be nominated
from higher education institutions of each province, who will work and
coordinate with all the vice chancellors and Steering Committee of the Pink
Ribbon Awareness Campaign.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Laghari
underlined the seriousness of the disease. He said that over 1.5 million higher
education students across the country can play an important role in spreading
awareness about the disease. "According to a recent report, 50 per cent of our
population lives below poverty line and, in this scenario, the gravity of the
situation needs more focused and passionate effort to reach at the grassroots
level," he added.
HEC Executive Director (ED) Dr. Sohail Naqvi said
breast cancer is a big social issue, which needs immediate measures. "We will
use all our considerable resources for success of this campaign. Extra efforts
will be made for conducting meaningful research in this area. We must understand
that this is a problem, which is very closer to our own homes and it needs a
concerted and consistent approach to be dealt with," he said.
Shiraz Thomson, on the occasion, thanked the HEC for acknowledging significance
of the issue and join hand with the Pink Ribbon for spreading awareness
throughout universities of the country.
Dr. Samina Amin said that HEC has
become a strategic partner of the Pink Ribbon Pakistan, for extending research
and development, academic and technical support for the breast cancer awareness
through provision of its outreach, human resource and facilities. "HEC and Pink
Ribbon will jointly initiate research projects on different aspects of Breast
Cancer in Pakistan, besides holding Continuing Professional Education seminars
and workshops to highlight different aspects of breast cancer. HEC will
disseminate awareness through all available communication channels," she
In this regard, the first awareness seminar was organized by Fatima
Jinnah Women University on October 13, 2011 for students of the University,
which catered to over 200 students. Another seminar was organised on October 28,
2011 for the female staff members of HEC, spouses of male members and focal
persons of 16 higher education institutions of the twin
Forthcoming plans also include a road show to be organized all
over Pakistan for awareness of masses on breast cancer causes and precautions.
HEC and Pink Ribbon will form a working group for need assessment and
formulation of action plan for next five years.
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Students of City School display skills
Rawalpindi: In order to spur up the confidence level of the students from playgroup to kindergarten
levels, The City School, Satellite Town, Nursery Branch, organised a ceremony
and provided opportunities to the students to execute their skills in different
According to a press release issued here Tuesday, the
function was according to the topic of the month 'Profession'. The event was
titled 'Little Champs on Ramp'.
Each class was given three professions
at which they have to execute their skills besides walking on the ramp. They
were dressed according to their profession and one kid out of each profession
gave information about it.
Songs were selected accordingly, on which
children had to perform while walking on the ramp. Best teacher's attire, best
profession and best class performance had to be picked from the
All the classes performed radiantly and the guests acclaimed
the teachers at the astounding performance of their children. Champs were
announced ultimately amongst the participants and the prizes were
The City School, Satellite Town, Nursery Branch, Headmistress
Maria Waqas spoke some words about this healthy competition and paid thanks to
the judges and mothers for their strong participation in the event. The news
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Sindh varsity bus torched
Hyderabad: A point bus of the Sindh University was torched in Bhitai Nagar on Tuesday by some
miscreants. Few youths asked the students to alight before setting it on fire.
However, no one was injured.
SSP Hyderabad Asad Raza, at a press conference, hinted the involvement of bus
driver and conductor against whom inquiry was being held.
Reportedly, police were said to have arrested some people in this regard.
Earlier, police and Rangers personnel had to break open locks put at the
hostel gates by some youths to facilitate students in cheating during the
ongoing examinations. Rangers visited the examinations halls and the
A press release issued by the university's registrar said that security
arrangements were in place for examinations while some lawbreakers torched a
point bus and kidnapped the cleaner and driver.
The examinations, he said, will be held as per the schedule. Dawn
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