AIOU ATTC, CT and BEd assignments result
AIOU places assignments' result on website
Islamabad, Jan 24: Allama Iqbal Open
University (AIOU) has placed the assignments result of ATTC, CT and B Ed
programmes for the Semester Spring, 2010 on its website.
The purpose is
that any discrepancy on the part of student/tutor or examinations department
should be rectified before the announcement of final result.
of Exams Hafeez Ullah announced this information. He said feeding of final
results of ATTC, CT and B Ed programmes is in progress.
The students are
advised that discrepancy in assignments result, if any might, be reported to
examinations department by January29, 2011 for rectification because once result
was declared it would not be possible to accept any supplementary result or
revision in result particularly assignments result.
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HEC scholar completes PhD from UVAS
Islambad: Higher Education Commision (HEC) Scholar Mirza Muhammad Haroon Mushtaq has completed PhD from the
Department of Food and Nutrition, University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences
(UVAS), Lahore. Dr. Talat Naseer Pasha supervised his research work.
Haroon who was awarded scholarship under '5000 Indigenous PhD
Fellowships' in 2007, completed his PhD in a short span of three years.
His research work 'Implications of Varying Electrolytes (Sodium,
Potassium and Chloride) and their Balance on Growth Performance and
Physiological Responses of Broilers' evaluates the effect of supplementation of
dietary electrolytes with the applicability of the DEB using deferent salts on
broiler chicken's growth performance fed under phase feeding system.
study examines the carcass characteristics, body physiological responses, water
intake, letter condition and serum mineral chemistry of the modern broiler
strain reared under phase feeding programme so as to define best level of each
electrolyte and salt source for each feeding phase of broiler's life. It also
suggests other related factors beneficial for poultry growth in the country. Daily times
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NUML student missing
Rawalpindi: A case of 'forced
disappearance', involving a student of National University of Modern Language
(Numl) was registered with the New Town police on Friday, police said.
Hassan Waheed had been missing for the last 18 months.
Waqas Waheed, the brother of the missing person, in his complaint to the
police said some unidentified persons came to his house posing themselves as the
owner of a car and said Mr Hassan had hit their car.
Waqas Waheed said the strangers took his brother away saying that they were
taking him to the New Town police station as the damaged car was parked there.
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Concession card system for students proposed
Islamabad: The 'Youth Senate', a symbolic lawmaking body of the Pakistani youth, has come up with a national
concession card (NCC) scheme and urged the government to implement it in order
to ease the transport problems of the students.
Under the scheme, the holders of the cards would get 50 per cent concession
in all private sector transport.
Chairman YSP Hannan Ali Abbasi and Deputy Chairman Anjum Javed Cheema told a
news conference here that over 80 per cent of students in Pakistan were facing
severe transport problems. Clashes between students and transporters have become
a routine while several students died and hundreds injured in different
incidents after clinging to the rooftops of transport vehicles.
Moreover, increase in the petroleum products prices has also greatly affected
Mr Abbasi said the Youth Senate had presented the proposals in the light of
best transport systems in the world which was practical and would help thousands
of students in the country.
He recalled that PPP founder and former prime minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto
had for the first time ordered issuance of concession cards to the students
which the present PPP government can revive. Dawn
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Postgraduate training in plastic surgery urged
elected councillor and controller of examination of the Islamabad Centre for
College of Physicians & Surgeons Pakistan has decided to request the CPSP to
start postgraduate training in plastic surgery in town after holding an
international workshop on plastic and reconstructive surgery at the Holy Family
During the two-week surgery camp at the Surgical Unit
I of the HFH, local and foreign surgeons not only performed surgeries but also
delivered state-of-the-art lectures. Postgraduate trainees of the HFH Surgical
Unit I along with trainees from other healthcare facilities in twin cities of
Islamabad and Rawalpindi participated in the workshop.
of young doctors in mind, we have decided to request the CPSP to introduce
postgraduate training exclusively in plastic surgery too," said CPSP elected
councillor Professor Dr. Shoaib Shafi.
said that the training in plastic surgery is possible because of availability of
a large number of patients and master trainers at the HFH.
performed during the recent camp were related to congenital anomalies, including
cleft lip and palate. The number of cases with cleft lip and palate is on the
rise in Pakistan mainly because of unavailability of genetic counselling and
proper guidelines on the subject.
Experts believe that the incidence of
inter-marriages between close relatives is playing a major role in keeping the
rate of the problem higher. "Keeping this in mind, we believe that we need
greater number of expert plastic surgeons and so we would request the CPSP to
start postgraduate training in plastic surgery," said Dr. Shoaib Shafi.
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FG teachers 'to be upgraded next month'
Islamabad: Federal Minister for Education Sardar Aseff Ahmad Ali Friday announced that the teachers
working in federal government educational institutes in Grade 14 will be
promoted to Grade 16 from the next month.
Addressing at the inauguration
of week-long 'Islamabad Knowledge City Festival' arranged by Ministry of
Education and its related departments here, Sardar Aseff said that the teachers
will be upgraded in line with the teachers package announced by Prime Minister
Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani.
The first ever 'Islamabad Knowledge City
Festival' is being arranged with an objective to make federal capital a
knowledge city and same festival will be arranged at the provincial level. "It
is for the first time that we are celebrating 'knowledge' on which progress of
any country is based," Aseff said.
The great leaders, Allama Mohammad
Iqbal and Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, who played their role in independence movement
always emphasised on the importance of knowledge based society. "Pakistan came
into being on the day when foundation of Aligarh College were laid," he said.
"Nations can progress through education rather focusing on constructing bridges
and roads. It is very unfortunate that Pakistan is lagging behind in the field
of education even after sixty four years of its establishment", he said.
Sardar Aseff said: "If we tried to reform the education sector properly
during the past sixty four years, we could have produced doctors and engineers
instead of terrorist and suicide bombers."
Talking to the media, Sardar
Aseff said that diverting education to the provinces will create more
differences and harm the national integrity.
However, a constitutional
amendment will be needed to retain education as a federal subject.
question, Sardar Aseff said that the education ministry would implement the
decision of teachers upgradation through curtailing its expenditures. Around 82
stalls carrying variety of books, unique models, video documentaries on vehicle
models, electrical wiring, dress making, computer hardware and auto mechanics,
handicrafts and health related awareness material were set up in the festival.
Various organisations including National Book Foundation (NBF), Federal
Directorate of Education (FDE), National Library of Pakistan (NLP), National
Institute of Science and Technical Education (NISTE), UNESCO, Urdu Science
Board, Curriculum Wing and various book publishers set up their stalls and
displayed different activities.
Talking to APP, one of the stall holder
said: "The stalls especially of curriculum wings carrying the message of
'national curriculum-national solidarity' and such huge participation of the
education related departments in this festival highlighted the message that the
education should not be diverted to the provinces. "This is a unique festival
arranged for the first time in the federal capital. Besides books on various
topics, the modern technology is also displayed to facilitate IT students. Such
festivals should be arranged on regular basis," said a group of university
students. "All the knowledge on diverse subjects is available here at one place
to cater the needs of the students from all the fields," said Sobia, a college
student. The colourful programmes were presented by the students among which a
dance performance of special children of Al Farabi Institute was widely
The week-long festival will also include different sort of
competitions for the students including in writing, speech, games, fashion,
paintings, folk dances, engineering model display like robot, speeches, model
class room, calligraphy, make up techniques and material
The officials of FDE, Ministry of Education and related
departments, students and teachers of various schools and colleges attended the
inauguration ceremony. The week long festival will remain open for the visitors
from 10.00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. daily. The news
"AOA, Kindly send me copy of federal government school teachers up gradation notification."
Name: Muhammad Asif Iqbal Malik
City, Country: Multan, Pakistan
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Headmaster suspended for harassing female teacher
Rawalpindi: The headmaster of a government primary boys' school was suspended on Friday over the allegations of
sexually harassing a female teacher that he hired for his school without
approval of the department, it has been learnt.
"I have verbally been informed about the alleged incident and suspended the
headmaster. I have also directed deputy district officer schools to hold an
inquiry into the incident and if charges were found true, strict disciplinary
action should be taken against the accused," said Executive District Officer
Education Qazi Zahoorul Haq.
"The school heads are not authorised to hire the services of any person for
teaching without the proper approval and notice of the district education
department and in case of such hiring the headmaster has to face further
action," the EDO said.
The teacher (FB) in her complaint to Civil Lines DSP Office alleged that
Jahangir, headmaster of Government Boys Primary School Dhoke Munshi near
Gharibabad locality tried to sexually assault her on December 23. She said she
resisted his attempt and later left the school.
"On December 23 Jahangir asked her to stay after the pack-up time as she had
to check some notebooks of the students.
When she was going through the notebooks the headmaster tried to assault
her," the female teacher who lived in Dhoke Munshi with her mother and younger
In her complaint submitted on December 27 the teacher said she was initially
discouraged by her mother from informing the police but she could not tolerate
the attitude of the headmaster.
There were two female teachers hired by Jahangir on a salary of Rs2,000, and
the school administration collected Rs20 from every student for their salaries,
the complainant said.
On the other hand, Jahangir claimed: "I am absolutely innocent and the
allegations against me are baseless. I ousted FB from the school in November as
she used to meet a stranger in the school hours and there were complaints by her
mother that she came home late."
"My other teachers advised me to sack FB as they could face problems owing to
her attitude. As I ousted her, she became annoyed and threatened me of dire
consequences," said the headmaster.
He, however, insisted that the heads of the government schools were
authorised to hire the services of teachers on daily basis to make up the
shortage of regular teachers.
When contacted Airport Police Station House Officer Chaudhry Khalid said his
office received the complaint on Thursday from the office of DSP Civil Lines
Office. He said he summoned the complainant but she was not cooperating.
The SHO said in his initial statement Jahangir denied the charges and the
situation could become clear only after the statement of the complainant. He
said Jahangir appeared before the DSP Civil Lines on January 1 and refuted the
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Students exhibit their skills in science competition
Rawalpindi: All Pakistan Science Competition 2010-2011 was held under the auspices of the FGEI
Cantonment and Garrison Directorate, at the Federal Government Postgraduate
College for Women, Kashmir Road, on Friday.
Lieutenant Colonel Dr. Qaim
Raza Jaffery, GCO1 Exams, Cantonment and Garrison, was invited as chief guest on
Students of institutions of federal government from across
the country enthusiastically participated in the competition, as there was a
marvellous display of projects and models of Biology, Chemistry, Physics and
The colleges which took part in various categories of
the competition were FG Postgraduate College for Women, Kashmir Road,
Rawalpindi; FG College for Women, Abid Majeed Road, Rawalpindi; FG College for
Boys, Wah Cantonment; FG Liaquat Ali Degree College for Boys, Rawalpindi; and FG
Quaid-i-Azam Degree College, Rawalpindi.
In Physics, first prize was
given to FG Quaid-i-Azam Degree College on 'Water Level Detector' and second
prize was given to FG Postgraduate College for Women, Kashmir Road, on 'Floating
In Chemistry, first prize was given to FG Liaquat Ali Khan
Degree College for Boys on 'Extraction of Sulphur and Sulphuric Acid'. Second
prize was given to FG Postgraduate College for Women, Kashmir Road, on
In Biology, first prize was given to FG Postgraduate
College for Women, Kashmir Road, on 'Evolution of Life' and second prize was
given to FG Postgraduate College for Women, Kashmir Road, on 'Coral
In Computer Science, first prize was given to the FG Postgraduate
College for Women, Kashmir Road, on 'Examination System' and second prize was
given to FG College for Boys, Wah Cantonment, on 'Student Information
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OPF Girls College has new student council
Islamabad: The investiture ceremony of the elected student council for the academic year
2010-2011 was held at the OPF Girls College, F-8/2, on Friday.
Pakistanis Foundation (OPF) Managing-Director Habib-ur-Rehman Khan was the chief
guest on the occasion. Members of the board of governors and parents also
attended the ceremony.
Principal Shaheena Masood highlighted the
achievements of the college, including launch of the degree programme.
Overseas Pakistanis Foundation Managing-Director Habib-ur-Rehman Khan
took oath from the student council, comprising prefects, proctors, joint
secretaries, general secretaries, vice president and the president. The news
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