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HEC launches reservation system for attestation
Islamabad, Feb 20: The Higher Education Commission (HEC) has decided to facilitate
the general public, universities, institutions of higher learning and Embassies
in Pakistan through online reservation system for the attestation of degrees of
The decision has been made keeping in view the hyper
increase in degree attestation demand. The HEC has introduced a most modern
online system for degree attestation keeping in view the demands of the masses
for the purpose. Now whoever comes to get his degrees attested from HEC will be
facilitated with a most sophisticated IT system. For the purpose, the HEC has
created a full automated visit address to facilitate the end-users with marking
and confirming their reservations, as well as an online reservation desk has
also been provided for the end-users to take benefits of the system by logging
Now the users can register themselves and create
their profile that can not only be used for degree attestation and endorsement
but also to apply for HEC scholarships or jobs. The system facilitates the users
to maintain and update his profile. The new system is aimed at providing smooth,
hassle-free and transparent degree attestation procedure to the applicants.
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IIU yet to give 20% salary raise to 800 officers
Islamabad: The 20 per cent increase in salaries, as announced by the
government, has not yet been implemented by the International Islamic University
since June last year affecting more than 800 officers.
administration says that the government has not released the increased grant,
therefore, the increase in salaries could not be released to officers. However,
over 1,700 other university employees from BPS-1 to BPS-16 are being paid the 20
per cent raise.
There are some 349 teachers and over 500 other officers
working in the university in scales BPS-17 and above, and not a single officer
has been paid the 20 per cent increase that was announced in the budget last
IIU Academic Staff Association President Dr. Bashir said that hundreds of officers of the university have not been paid and when they
contact the university administration they are told that mega projects are being
carried on in the university and it is short of budget to give the 20 per cent
increase in salaries to officers.
He said that the employees of BPS-1 to
BPS-16 have been given the increase while teachers and other officers are not
being entertained, due to which they are facing problems, as everyone in the
country is equally suffering from the price hike and inflation.
the teachers said that on one hand, the university is inducting lecturers and
professors on contract basis while on the other it is not releasing the 20 per
cent increase in salaries of the serving teaching staff and other officers. He
said that 64 out of 65 public sector universities have already granted the raise
but the IIU has not offered any increase to its officers, he said.
spokesman Muzamil Hussain, when contacted, confirmed that the
university has not given the 20 per cent increase to teachers and other officers
because it has not received the additional grant from the government. To a
query, he said, the IIU is not getting enough grant to pay the increased
salaries to officers and teachers. He added that it is mentioned in the salary
slips being issued to officers that they would be paid the increased 20 per cent
as soon as the university would get the additional grant. The News
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Body to review pros and cons of legalising student unions
Islamabad: The 15th Inter-Provincial Education Ministers Meeting formed a committee on Thursday to
examine the pros and cons of the restoration of students unions in educational
institutions and give a report to the federal government within two
The federal education secretary will head the committee, which
will consist of the provincial education secretaries. The meeting was called to
finalise the proposals and suggestions from the provincial governments on the
new education policy, to be announced by the federal government on March 23. The
participants decided that English Language would be made compulsory from class
one and a number of 'master trainers' would be recruited for the
It was also decided that the provinces would be allowed to teach
one regional or provincial language relevant to local needs. The ministers
decided to introduce a new administrative cadre for educational institutions and
improved and strengthen the teaching cadre.
The meeting was told that the
provinces have already done the spadework and the teaching cadre and
administrative cadre will formally be separated when the next education policy
is announced. It was also informed that the new education policy would include a
proper career growth scheme for teachers and their perks such as housing and
transport. A National Authority for School Standards would also be announced in
the new education policy, the participants were told.
They were also told
that private sector schools enrol 39 percent of primary students and the
ministers decided to strengthen public-private partnership in the field of
The provinces expressed serious concern over the
non-availability of funds for education sector and demanded of the federal
government to take immediate measures in this regard, saying the provincial
education departments and universities were facing a severe financial crunch.
The Sindh government demanded making a 'Teachers' Housing Society', a quota for
sons and daughters of teachers in various services, and an upgrade of the pay
scales of teachers.
The federal education minister said that the new
education policy would lay special emphasis on teachers' education and will
introduce a separate cadre for teachers' training.
Minister Pir Mazharul Haq said the new policy should allow provinces to recruit
teachers. He complained that the district governments were not cooperating with
the provincial government.
He said that the Sindh government wanted to
the raise the standard of teachers' qualification, and added that Computer
Diplomas would be made a part of pre-requisites for teachers'
Balochistan Education Minister Shafique Muhammad suggested
that the new education policy should eliminate the third division from the
assessment system and third division students should be considered failed.
Punjab Education Secretary Zulqarnain Aamir proposed a 'teaching allowance' of
at least 2,000 per month and said a proper service structure for teachers should
be announced. Daily Times
84 READ Foundation students get gold medals
Islamabad: Top eighty-four students of Read Foundation schools in
Pakistan and AJK were awarded gold medals on Thursday for their academic
achievements in secondary and higher secondary school certificate
AJK President Raja Zulqarnain Khan was the chief guest on
the occasion who also gave away certificates and shields among the
Speaking on the occasion the AJK president said the government
has been utilizing all available resources to improve the standard in all the
educational institutions. "The private sector has been rendering great services
in the field of education and now the literacy rate in AJK is increasing at much
faster pace," he said.
Raja Zulqarnain Khan emphasized the need to adopt
a balanced approach in the private sector as some of the educational
institutions are becoming commercial entities and common students cannot afford
Read Foundation also caters for the educational needs
of over 6,700 orphan students enrolled into its school system as it imparts them
a quality education and provides them with pertinent educational needs through
one-on-one and organizational sponsorships.
He congratulated the
recipients of awards, their parents as well as teachers and said it is a matter
of pleasure that fifty percent of the recipients hail from resource-poor rural
areas of AJK.
"Use your education to appreciate new perspectives and
pursue knowledge to satisfy your curiosity in order to leverage on each others'
strengths while confronting growing challenges in every field of life," he
He said it gave him immense pleasure to see that Read Foundation
being one of the largest non-profit educational institution is translating its
slogan into action by providing level playing field to all the
He said, "I am thrilled to see these young folks passing out
after completing their years of education with distinction. This event, geared
towards showing tangible appreciation to young boys and girls, is critical to
the desired development process."
Mehmood Ahmad, Chief Executive of Read
Foundation, said the foundation, established in 1994, started its operations
with 25 students and one teacher and now it runs a cohesive network of 330
schools in Pakistan and AJK having 65,000 students nurtured and aided by 3,250
He said some 2,500 individual donors have been extending
financial support to the foundation along with 400 volunteers who work without
Mehmood Ahmad said 138 schools of Read Foundation were
partially or totally damaged during the devastating 2005 earthquake, but
students and teachers showing great zeal reconstructed these schools and now
they are fully operational.
Earlier, Fayyaz Khan of Read Foundation in
his welcome address said the objective of academic excellence award is to give
due recognition to the outstanding high school graduates and to inspire them
towards greater achievements in life.
He said working in partnership with
parents, communities and local and international philanthropists; the foundation
provides access to high-quality, cost-effective and sustainable quality
educational programmes with significant gender parity.
A group of school
children also presented a tableau show, which focused on the growth and training
of children amid at various social challenges.
Besides students and
their parent top academicians, representatives of NGOs, INGOs and social figures
also participated in the ceremony.
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Froebel's case transferred to new judge
Islamabad: The sessions judge, Islamabad, has transferred the high-profile
case of Froebel's International School students from one judge to the other,
after its owner Saad Ali Khan, the former son-in-law of Dr. A Q Khan, raised
objections against the judge, Fahim Shah, who wanted to decide the case early.
The new civil judge, Kamran Basharat Mufti, would now decide the fate of
the suspended students today (Friday).
Meanwhile, in a related
development, 140 students of the Froebel's International School have signed a
joint petition in favour of their sacked fellow students and have requested the
judge to reinstate them, as they were innocent.
These sacked students' lawyer Tariq Jehangiri confirmed that he had submitted
four FIRs against Saad Ali Khan in the court. These FIRs pertain to previous
cases, some of which had already been settled.
Barrister Shoaib Razzak representing Froebel's International School expressed
his ignorance about these FIRs against his client Saad Ali Khan. He said, his
client Saad was innocent and these students had violated the discipline of the
school and were duly expelled.
Seminar at FJWU
Rawalpindi: A person who commits plagiarism, in fact, becomes deprived of
the adventurous excitement offered by the boundless universe of ideas and
This was stated by Professor Dr. Naheed Zia Khan, dean of
the Faculty of Law, Commerce & Management Sciences, Fatima Jinnah Women
University (FJWU), as chief guest at a seminar on 'Plagiarism: Meet the Cheat'
here on Thursday.
Organised by FJWU's Quality Enhancement Cell (QEC)
especially for the research students of Masters and Bachelors programmes, the
seminar aimed at familiarising the students about the basic code of conduct
regarding research projects.
During her lecture, Professor Dr. Naheed
Zia Khan, who is also director of the QEC, briefed students on the phenomenon of
plagiarism and intellectual property rights in the field of research, saying
that if a person uses another's work without due acknowledgement, he or she
commits a crime.
Quoting various examples from history in this regard,
she said the altered or unaltered use of an already existing work into another
creation without duly acknowledging the original source is dishonesty. The chief
guest briefed the students on different methodologies and strategies that could
be adopted to avoid plagiarism. The News
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