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BSc, BA results announced
Peshawar, Feb 11: University of Peshawar on Tuesday has announced
results of BSc Environmental Sciences (final) regular and BA Islamiyat
(previous) private results. According to the gazette notification, total 19
candidates appeared in the BSc Environmental Sciences (final) regular
examination, in which 15 students were declared successful. The passing
percentage was remained 79. In BA Islamiyat (previous) private examination total
2153 candidates appeared among which 1350 were declared passed. The passing
percent was remained 63 percent. F.P. Report
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Rs490m Benazir University to be set up soon in Dir
Islamabad: Federal Minister for States and Frontier Regions (SAFRON) Najamuddin Khan here
on Tuesday said the government would soon establish the Benazir Science &
Technology University in Dir and the proposal had been sent to the Planning
Division for necessary action.
He said the university would be
established in Shringal (Dir) with an amount of Rs490 million. In an exclusive
interview with APP, the minister said the government had taken parliamentarians
and tribal elders from Fata on board for legislation and abolishing the Frontier
Crimes Regulation (FCR) in collaboration with the Law Ministry.
due to the personal interest of President Asif Ali Zardari, ties between
Afghanistan and Pakistan had improved and were now cordial and warm, adding that
both the nations had also strengthened mutual confidence.
He said the
PPP-led government was successful in improving the law and order situation in
Fata and the Kurram Agency, adding that talks were held with the tribal elders
in Swat, Dir and Malakand Divisions and breakthrough had been achieved vis-a-vis
the demand for the enforcement of Shariah laws in the region.
SAFRON Ministry has provided 10 ambulances to hospitals for the people living in
the slum areas of Upper and Lower Dir. Moreover, the vaccination facility has
been made available to the victims of Hepatitis C under the Benazir Relief
Fund," he added.
The minister said that more than 10,000 people daily
crossed the Torkham Border without any checking due to its length, stretching
more than 1,200 kilometres.
Najamuddin said Pakistan had been providing
every facility to Afghan refugees for the past three decades and the government
was spending billions of rupees on providing wheat, electricity and other
amenities of life to them. He said 1.5 million refugees had been registered and
the remaining will soon be enlisted.
"Pakistan enjoys good ties with the
Afghan government and a committee has been constituted by the prime minister for
Afghan refugees living in Pakistan."Najamuddin Khan also urged the world
community and donors to come forward and help provide facilities to the
Degree college for Gumbat approved
Peshawar: NWFP Minister for Housing Amjad Khan Afridi has
said that the Chief Minister Amir Haider Khan Hoti has approved Rs.180 million
for the construction of Degree College at Gumbat, District Kohat and its
foundation stone would be laid very soon. This he stated while talking to a
delegation of his constituency PF-37 Kohat at his office here on Tuesday. The
Minister maintained that the Provincial Govt. was committed for promotion and
spreading of education to each and every nook and corner of the Province as
education was the only way for progress as well as elimination of ignorance and
illiteracy. He continued that ignorance was the main reason behind militancy and
terrorism in the province adding that it could be removed through the power of
Referring to the demands of delegation, the Minister said that being
an elected representative, it was his foremost duty to serve the masses with
full devotion and dedication without any discrimination and political
affiliation. He added that he had asked his electorate not to bother to visit
his office or residence regarding their problems rather he would himself come to
their doorsteps for the purpose. Afridi appealed the people to cooperate with
him in the larger interest of the area and identify the scheme of collective
interest for rapid development of the area. He furthered that such schemes of
public interest would be initiated in the area that could changed the lot of
common man and usher an era of progress and prosperity. F.P. Report
Orientation session for students at FJWU
Rawalpindi: The Fatima Jinnah Women University (FJWU) organised an
orientation session for the newly-admitted master's level students here on
FJWU Vice Chancellor Professor Dr. Saeeda Asadullah Khan
congratulated the students on becoming a part of the academic institution and
briefed the newcomers on the vision of the university.
She advised the
students to follow the Quaid's principles of unity, faith and discipline, and
inculcate them in their lives forever. She urged the students to acquire
knowledge wholeheartedly, using their fullest potential to achieve the skills of
academic excellence. She was of the view that the acquisition of knowledge
becomes meaningless without understanding.
Faculty of Arts & Social
Sciences Dean Professor Dr. Samina Amin Qadir briefed the newly enrolled
students on the university's activities and advised the students to explore and
use their potential fully for the benefit of community, society, environment and
Book on education mythodology launched
Peshawar: 'A Dynamic View of Education' - a 200-page English-language book on
education methodology by an eminent educationalist, Ahmad Nawaz Salim Qureshi
(late) - was launched here Tuesday.
Ejaz Ahmad Qureshi, son of the
author and former chief secretary of NWFP and Sindh, was the chief guest of the
ceremony organised by Gandhara Officers Club, a body of the public servants
affiliated to Gandhara Hindko Board, a literary, cultural and social welfare
organization that has brought the work into fine print.
The function was
presided over by Professor Dr Zahoor Ahmad Awan, a noted writer, critic and
research scholar and laureate of Tamgha-e-Imtiaz who has compiled the work of
the distinguished educationalist from Dera Ismail Khan.
expressed views on the life and work of the author and termed the book very
useful in that discussed in full details the problems and challenges of the
education system and suggested remedies for the same. They hailed the book as a
dependable account about a vital sector that warranted attention.
Ahmad Qureshi, a former bureaucrat of impeccable character, in his speech said
the book authored by his illustrious father and completed on December 15, 1976
was the result of 40 years of experience put in by him as a teacher and
educationalist. He said his father devoted his life and invested all energies in
his profession. "While some information may be dated, as the manuscript was
finalized in mid-1970s, the substance and ideas are still relevant," said Ejaz
Qureshi, hoping that the teaching community would find it a useful and
insightful publication on the subject.
The recently retired high
government official thanked the Gandhara Hindko Board for encouraging and
helping him to get the manuscript published. He was particularly grateful to
Professor Dr Zahoor Ahmad Awan and Muhammad Ziauddin for carrying out the task.
"A lot of their labour of love has gone into this endeavour," said Qureshi while
extending gratitude to the literati who have also published another book by the
same author "Diyaar-e-Dil" in Urdu language.
Professor Dr Zahoor Ahmad
Awan said, "A dynamic view of education" was the work of a dedicated and dynamic
individual who had his career as a teacher and educational administrator. "The
author studied in the pre-partition India in famous Aligarh College and
University and imbibed in himself the Aligarian values of education-honesty,
hard work and dutifulness. He learnt from great Sir Syed's institution the love,
humanity, humility and modernity without severing links with his cultural,
religious and social norms," said Zahoor about the author who died on October 3,
1968 in Peshawar after leading a fruitful life.
Muhammad Ziauddin, who
went through the manuscript and supervised the publishing task, said he took the
assignment as an honour. He hoped the book would prove to be a milestone in the
development of education. "This writing is illustrative of the author's clear
roadmap for bringing about a great change in the education sector. It is
imperative that the importance of education should not only be acknowledged but
also far-reaching practical steps taken to achieve the objective. The author has
aptly pointed to such measures and laid out rules and regulations for
accomplishing the task," he added.
Associate Professor Dr Adnan Gul said
the book 'A Dynamic View of Education' was a rare book on the subject showing
writer's calibre, knowledge of the subject and expertise in the field of
education. "The author has discussed the educational problems and enlisted the
solutions as well," said the speaker, adding the lucid, clear and candid style
had made the publication more impressive.
Shahid Masood Kakezai in his
brief speech said the contents of the book spanning 10 chapters were interesting
and made the book attractive even for those who were not oriented in the field
of education as a discipline. He said the publication showed the love of the
author for his nation and the country.
A set of publications brought out
by Gandhara Hindko Board in year 2008 were also presented to the chief guest at
the end of the function that was attended by academicians and literati apart
from several serving and retired government servants. The News
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