Bahria University 7th Convention
Bahria University confers degrees on 553 students
Islamabad, Jan 11: The 7th convocation of the Bahria University, Islamabad, was held at the Jinnah
Convention Centre here on Monday, says a press release.
Chief of the
Naval Staff Admiral Noman Bashir was the chief guest, who conferred degrees on
553 graduating students including 188 in absentia in various disciplines
including Business Management, Computer Engineering, Software Engineering,
Telecommunication and Networking and Environmental Sciences. Fourteen gold
medals and twelve silver medals were awarded to the outstanding
Admiral Noman Bashir congratulated the graduating students,
especially those who won gold and silver medals for their outstanding academic
performance. He appreciated the university management for effectively
contributing in building up vital human resource and expressed his appreciation
upon knowing that Bahria University has established a separate quality assurance
directorate to bring improvement in teaching and ensuring quality education.
While highlighting the fact that less than 5% of the population of the
country has access to higher education, he emphasized on the universities and
other higher education institutions to open up their facilities and design
non-degree and skilled oriented short courses to provide vocational training to
youth not being able to opt for regular degree programmes. He advised the
teaching faculty to prepare and groom students to cope up with the daunting
challenges of the time ahead.
Rector Bahria University
Admiral (r) Muhammad Haroon highlighted the achievements of the university made
during the last one year. He said a quality assurance directorate has been
established to enhance quality and standards at each level of governance. He
informed that the discipline of Law for 5 years LLB programme has commenced from
2010. Dental section of Bahria University Medical College has been established
with the state of the art laboratories and allied facilities and that
construction of medical college complex in Karachi at the cost of Rs540 million
has been started. Construction of gymnasium at Islamabad campus at the cost of
Rs70 million is nearing its completion. It will provide ample indoor sports
facilities to students, he said.
While advising the graduating students,
he emphasized that success is not limited to material gains only or to earn
handsome salary, live in a spacious house or drive an expensive car. These
things do matter but the real success is how one develops into a balanced,
righteous, honest and truthful human being. He advised the students that every
one of them is born as a distinct individual with tremendous intuitive and
intellectual abilities. He also advised them to discover those hidden qualities
and apply them in their lives. Success will automatically come their way.
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AIOU announces new schedule for its examinations
Islamabad: New scheduled exams from Matric to Ph.D level programmes of the Allama Iqbal Open
University (AIOU) for the Semester Spring 2010 has been announced here on
According to a notification issued here from the Additional
Controller of Examination, AIOU Muhammad Rafique, due to some unavoidable
reasons the exams arranged for Friday, December 31, 2010 had been cancelled in
Karachi city has now been rescheduled on Wednesday, February 2.
assassination of Governor Punjab Suleman Taseer, exams of Matric, FA, BA and
postgraduate level programmes, which were arranged for January 5, had also been
cancelled around the country. Now, the notification said the exams of Matric, FA
and BA programmes will be held on January 29 (Saturday), and the exams of
postgraduate level programmes has been rescheduled on February 1.
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Annual competitions start at FG Margalla College for Women
Islamabad: Annual competitions began at the Federal Government Margalla College for Women, F-7/4,
on Monday in which students of various colleges of Islamabad and Rawalpindi
Federal Minister for Law Dr. Babar Awan was the chief
guest on the occasion. 'Naat', 'Qirat', Dry Flower Arrangement and Fresh Flower
Arrangement contests were held on the opening day. The competitions of 'Naat'
and 'Qirat' were judged by Qadri Mohammad Ikhlaq Madni, Qari Zia-ul-Rehman and
Qari Mohammad Nauman. A total of 23 teams participated in these competitions.
In the 'Naat' competition, first prize was awarded to Beenish Raza of
the Islamabad College for Girls, F-6/2. Second prize was given to Iram Shabir of
the Federal Government Postgraduate College for Women, Kashmir Road, Rawalpindi.
Third prize went to Hifzah Ahmed of the Federal Government College for Women,
F-7/2. Consolation prizes were given to Maham Khan of the Government College for
Women, Murree Road, Rawalpindi, and Halima Fatima of the Jinnah Degree College,
In the 'Qirat' competition, first prize went to Kibra
Qayyum of the Fatima Jinnah Degree College, Rawalpindi. Second prize was given
to Ammara Aziz of the Bilquis College of Education, Chaklala, Rawalpindi. Third
prize went to Palwasha Tauqir of the Islamabad Model College for Girls, F-6/2.
The consolation prize was shared by Nida Shehbaz of the Federal Government
Margalla College for Women, F-7/4, and Aalia Abbasi of the Fauji Foundation
In dry flower arrangement, first prize was given to
Samina of F-6/2 college, 2nd prize went to Madiha of F-7/2 college and 3rd prize
was given to Ayesha of G-10/4 college. The consolation prize was given to Hooran
In fresh flower arrangement, 1st prize was given to Fatima of
F-7/2 college, 2nd prize went to Nida of Fauji Foundation College and 3rd prize
was obtained by Noor-ul-Ain of F-10/3 college.
The chief guest, Dr.
Babar Awan, appreciated the performance of the participants and announced cash
prizes of Rs500 for every participant. He congratulated the student council,
which has recently taken oath, and announced Rs10,000 for it. The news
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