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Peshawar, Jan 13: Controller of Examinations, University of Peshawar, has notified the following dates for the submission of admission forms for MA/MSc/MTh annual examination 2009. A notification of the university Monday said submission of the forms for previous/final examination with normal fee is March 15, with Rs100 late fee April 10, with double late fee April 25 and with triple late fee is May 10.


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Presidential awards for world top position holders in GCE 'O' and 'A' level examinations
Islamabad: As many as 118 distinguished achievers of SSC-HSSC board examinations and world top position holders in GCE 'O' and 'A' level examinations were conferred with presidential awards in an auspicious ceremony held here on Monday.

Students, who secured first position in SSC, HSSC and I Com examinations 2005 and world top position holders in 'O' and 'A' level in the year 2007, attended the award distribution ceremony along with their parents and teachers.

Speaking on the occasion, State Minister for Education Ghulam Fareed Kathia said these students are our country's assets and should be facilitated properly to further polish their talents and skills. "Their achievements are a proof of their hard work and dedication, as they have brought laurels to their country at national and international level," he said.

He said the ceremony was a good effort in bringing together the two entirely different systems of education at one platform. "Students and experts of both the systems will have an opportunity to learn from each other in order to fill in the lapses in their respective methods," he said.

The minister said that Pakistan is a signatory of 'Quality Education for All' under the UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and we have to work hard in order to achieve these goals. "The civil society and private sector are contributing in order to deliver quality education to the students but further efforts are required at both levels in this regard," he said.

The students who secured first position in SSC examinations in 2005 included the names of Omama Masood (Abbottabad), Amir Shahbaz (Mirpur, AJK), Babar Ayaz (Mirpur, AJK), Hafiz Jawad Abdul Rahim (Bahawalpur), Hashmatullah Khan (Bannu), Khuram Shahzad (Dera Ghazi Khan), Rehan Aziz (Faisalabad), Ayesha Abdul Sattar (Gujranwala), Hanna Naeem (Hyderabad), Mehwish Imtiaz (Islamabad), Muhammad Shafay (Karachi), Monis Kamran (Karachi), Zafar Ali Wazir (Kohat), Ayesha Iqbal (Lahore), Marvi Jatoi (Larkana), Ejaz Ahmed (Malakand), Waqar Khan (Mardan), Uzma Luqman (Multan), Syed Mohsin Ali Shah (Peshawar), Abdul Ghaffar Khan (Quetta), Sadia Ijaz Abbasi (Rawalpindi), Muhammad Atique Alam Khan (Sargodha), Azhar Ali (Swat), Syed Tasawar Ali Shah (Sukkur), Mohammad Danyal (Mirpur Khas), Sultan Mehmood (Armed Forces Board for Higher Education (GHQ), Rwp) and Mohammad Yousaf (NWFP Board of Technical Education).

Those who secured first position in HSSC examination in 2005 included Misbah Manzoor (Abbottabad), Yawar Ali Shah (Mirpur, AJK), Fareha Ashraf (Bahawalpur), Fahad Khan (Bannu), Ammar Yasir Khan (DG Khan), Awais Javed (Faisalabad), Salman Khan (Gujranwala), Muhammad Ateep Shaikh (Hyderabad), Sana Mahmood Awan (Islamabad), Rafia Iqbal Hashmi (Karachi), Fahad Gul (Kohat), Saad Umer (Lahore), Natasha Manzoor Qazi (Larkana), Kalsoom (Malakand), Shah Fahad Khan (Mardan), Sajeel Saeed (Multan), Sidra Beig (Peshawar), Mohammad Arif Khan (Quetta), Hassan Manzoor (Rawalpindi), Muhammad Rashid (Rawalpindi), Faiza Raheem Paracha (Sargodha), Tariq Aziz (Swat), Abid Rasool (Sukkur), Pardeep Kumar (Mirpur Khas), Dur-e-Iman (Armed Forces Board for Higher Education GHQ), Mudassir Habib (NWFP Board of Technical Education), Farooq Ali (Punjab Board of Technical Education) and Hafiz Abdul Qaddus (Sindh Board of Technical Education).

First position holders in I Com in 2005 were Muhammad Asad (Mirpur, AJK), Erum Ehsan (Islamabad), Mishal Aziz (Lahore), Ammar Bin Nisar (Gujranwala), Mohsin Ali (Gujranwala), Ayesha Arif (Karachi), Ayesha Fazal (Faisalabad), Zain Raza (Rawalpindi), Jahanzeb (Hyderabad), Umair Sultan (Sargodha), Munesh Kumar (Sukkur), Naveed Ahmed Khan (Bahawalpur), Neelam Abro (Larkana), Sana Sharif (Dera Ghazi Khan), Muhammad Akbar (Multan) and Mohammad Asim (Quetta).

The students of HSSC 2005 whose total educational expenses will be borne by the Ministry of Education included the names of Fareed Khan (Quetta), Waheed Latif (Quetta), Jalil Khan (Bannu), Inam Ullah (Kohat), Fatima Hashmi (AJK), Hafiz Shoaib Faraz (Gujranwala), Ali Raza Ghani (Faisalabad), Rizwan Sharif (Rawalpindi), Taliya Farooq (Sargodha), Muhammad Faisal Yasin (DG Khan), Vinod Kumar (Hyderabad), Waheed Ahmed (Sukkur) and Ali Asad (Karachi).

World top position holders in 'O' and 'A' level examinations 2007 included the names of Abdul Aziz Sohail, Akash Ahmed Sheikh, Amafah Mubashir, Danish Faruqi, Ehab Tamiz Ansari, Israa Shah, Maham Ajmal, Mahrukh Pasha, Mahum Kirmani, Maryam Mahmood, Mohammad Emad Hassan, Mohammad Sadullah, Muhammad Junaid Farooq, Mohammad Musab Jilani, Rabia Shahid, Raza Aziz Naqvi, Saad Ahmed Shamsi, Saeed Ahmed Khan, Sarmad Ahmed Khan, Seyhr Ali Qayum, Shimron Innocent Bhatti, Sikandar Ali Khan, Syed Adil Ali, Syed Reza Rasool, Talal Javed Qadri, Tanzeela Naeem, Zain Ashraf Mukaty, Zubia Hassan, Amna Tarar, Anush Ammar, Asad Khalid Ismail, Buria Naeem, Fatima Haider Khagga, Fatima Yaqub Qazi, Haider Shah, Harres Bin Tariq, Maryam Shahbaz, Mohammad Ali, Mustafa Javed Bajwa, Nayab Gohar Jan, Noor-ul-Hira, Rajiha Mehdi, Saad Ashraf, Sameen Haroon, Sana Rafiq, Shehryar Ahmed Shoaib, Syed Mohammad Ali Hassan, Yumna Shoaib, Amjad Mohammad Khan, Heba Zainab Islam, Maryam Mushtaq Mian, Shahr Jatoi, Anser Aftab Kazi, Muhammad Faizan Ahmed and Syed Mohammad Raza Hussain. The News


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