Matric examinations private students ban
Private students appearance in SSC exams
Lahore, Jan 21: The Punjab government has deferred ban on private students to
appear in science and other practical subjects in part-wise Secondary School
Certificate (Matriculation) examination.
In a press statement issued from Board
of Intermediate & Secondary Education (BISE) Lahore, the controlling
authority of BISEs of the province deferred the ban for one more year.
statement added that private candidates were now allowed to appear in Secondary
School Certificate (Part-I) examination 2010 and (Part-II) examination 2011
under the part-wise examination system.
"i need pass papers of last 5 years of ssc-1 arts group of FEDERAL BOARD plz anyone tell me how i get papers"
City, Country: jeddah ksa
"i want to know about the date for ma part 2 supply exams of 2009 of PU."
City, Country: sialkot .pakistan
"Me and My twin sister want to give exam as a private student of SSC part 1 from PISJ because of some personal finacial reasons we could not submit our forms so even with late fee we want to submit the forms but they are charging 1400 SAR per private student+ the forms are not from the board just a simple school printed A4 paper.kindly explain is that, these charges are from the board or the school administration.thanking you for your quick reply in advance."
Name: Tayammun Fiza Tayyab
City, Country:jeddah,Saudi Arabia
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PU announce MA/MSc exams schedule
Lahore: The Punjab University (PU) Examinations Department has issued
the schedule of admission forms for MA/MSc (Part-I and Part-II) Annual Exam
The last date for submission of MA/MSc Part I admission forms with
single fee is 11-03-2010 (by hand) and 03-03-2010 (by post) while the forms can
be submitted with double fee till 26-03-2010 (by hand) and 18-03-2010 (by post).
The exam will commence from June 8, 2010.
Similarly, the last
date for submission of MA/MSc Part-II admission forms with single fee is
14-04-2010 (by hand) and 06-04-2010 (by post) while the forms can be submitted
with double fee till 29-04-2010 (by hand) and 20-04-2010 (by post). The exam
will commence from July 8, 2010.
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PU low price books
Lahore: The Punjab University (PU) vice-chancellor, Prof Dr Mujahid
Kamran, has said that, in view of the ever increasing prices of books, the PU is
considering to publish low price books on a variety of subjects, through the
University Printing Press, for the consumption of students' community.
was addressing the inaugural session of a two-day international seminar titled
"Azad Sadi" held on the eve of 100th death anniversary of the renowned Urdu
prose writer, Maulana Muhammad Hussain Azad, at the Sheerani Hall of Oriental
College on Wednesday.
Prominent literary figures, intellectuals and men
of letters from within the country and abroad, including foreign delegates from
India, Japan, Iran and Turkey, attended the seminar.
The VC said the
provision of books at economical prices to students would help them study books
other than those included in their academic curriculum to enhance their
understanding of the world and life.
Lauding the singular services of
the Oriental College, the vice chancellor remarked during its 140 years
existence, it had served as a cradle of Urdu in this part of the world,
producing numerous great masters of Urdu language.
Later, the VC also
performed the launching ceremony of five books published by the Oriental College
as part of the international seminar comprising manuscripts of Maulana Azad,
Azad dictionary, a research journal, taaraf nama comprising prose extracts from
Maulana Azadís writing and Intikhab-e-Azad by Dr Aslam Farkhi.
Urdu Department chairman Prof Dr Tehseen Firaqi, presenting the welcome address,
paid glowing tributes to the great Urdu writer, Maulana Muhammad Hussain Azad,
for his multifaceted contributions to Urdu prose and literature, adding that his
unique magical prose writing style would not be forgotten even by generations to
Dr Muhammad Aslam Farkhi gave a comprehensive life sketch of
Maulana Azad, including his extra ordinary literary services. Prof Dr Muhammad
Saleem Mazhar underlined the overriding need for using Urdu language as medium
of instructions in educational institutions but also for superior services
examination. He said towards this end, the vice-chancellor had already
constituted Nafaz-e-Urdu Committee.
Later, Dr Abu Al-Kalam Qasmi and Dr
Asghar Abbas (India), Soyamane Yasir (Japan), Muhammad Ikram Chughtai, Dr Rubina
Tareen, Dr Muhammad Fakhar-ul-Haq Noori, Agha Salman Baqar, Dr Rauf Parekh, Dr
Moeen-ud-Din Aqil, Dr Asghar Bayat (Iran), Dr Qazi Abid, Mobeen Mirza, Dr M
Saleem Mazhar, Dr Aurangzeb Alamgir and Dr Aziz Ibn-e-Al-Hassan, presented their
papers on the life and literary services of Maulana M Hussain Azad. The news
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Students' supporting books
Gujarnwala: Teachers of private and state-run schools are forcing
students of Class-IX and X to buy 'supporting books' of their favourite authors
for the preparation of their annual examinations.
Some students and
their parents on Wednesday said teachers threatened students who dared to defy
They said authors and publishers of these helping books
reportedly hired the services of teachers who then forced students to buy them
as these books were a 'guarantee' of success in the examination.
said the chief minister had announced free education for all students, but the
teachers were compelling students to buy expensive books.
officer (secondary) education Syed Farman Ali Naqvi said nobody was allowed to
sell helping books in schools or compelling students to buy such stuff. Dawn
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