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Abolishing Punjab board Matric fee cost Rs 1.5bn

Punjab Board employees say Lahore Board to suffer loss of Rs 20 million
Lahore, July 31: The abolishment of Matriculation fees will cost Rs 1.5 billion to educational boards across the province, the Punjab Board Employees Federation said on Wednesday.

Addressing a press conference at the Lahore Press Club, the federation officials said the government should shoulder the financial burden to facilitate students instead of transferring it to the boards.

They said the intermediate and secondary education boards could not meet their expenses if examination fees were abolished.

They said fees were a major source of the boards' income. The federation said if registration fees were abolished, boards would not be able to operate independently since the government grant was not sufficient to run the boards.

Punjab Boards Employees Federation representative Aslam Gujjar said they were not against favors being extended to the students. He said the government should also realise the problems of the education boards. Gujjar said the government should provide funds to public sector schools instead of waiving exam fees.

Lahore Board: He said the Lahore Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) would suffer a loss of Rs 20 million due to the decision and it would be unfortunate if the government took the boards into control. Daily Times

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PPSC announced Lecturer post results
Lahore: The Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC) has recommended 139 candidates for appointment to the posts of Lecturer Urdu (Female) BS-17 in the Punjab Higher Education Department. The result is available on commission's website www.ppsc.gop.pk .


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Last date for Punjab University BA/BSc forms
Lahore: Friday, July 31 (today), is the last date for submission of admission forms for BA/BSc Supplementary Examination 2009 and registration of private candidates for BA/BSc Annual Examination 2010 with double fee. The PU BA/BSc Supplementary Examination 2009 will commence with effect from October 6, 2009. It further added that no form would be received for registration of private candidates after due date (July 31, 2009). The News

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Islamia College students released
Lahore: Chief Justice Lahore High Court (LHC), Justice Khawaja Muhammad Sharif disposed of the suo motu notice on arrest of the Islamia College Civil Lines students after their release on bail.

SSP (Operations) Ch Shafiq Ahmad on court notice, appeared before the court and submitted a detailed report regarding the incident.

SSP submitted that only 4 students were arrested and before getting their remand by the judicial magistrate they were released on bail.

He said that no other student was behind the bars and he directed the concerned officer to conduct the investigation on merit.

SSP also denied the contents of media reports and clippings regarding arrest of 35 students and high-handedness by the police. CJ disposed of the suo motu notice with the observation that he wanted to release the students who were bailed out.


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BZU to have gym, four squash courts
Multan: The Punjab government will construct a modern gymnasium, four squash courts and a swimming pool here at Bahauddin Zakariya University.

BZU vice-chancellor Dr Zafarullah stated this while presiding over a meeting to review the annual sports performance on Thursday.

The varsity secured "Role of Honour" and "All Round Trophy" with 60 points this year and it was its 9th consecutive achievement during the last nine years.

Dr Zafarullah said steps would be taken to promote sports among the youngsters. He said floodlit poles would be installed at hockey and football ground.

He said: "It is obligatory for students to take part in sports and for this purpose sports common rooms will be built at each department where facility of table tennis will be offered to students."

The meeting was attended by Prof Shahida Niazi, Dr Muhammad Ali, Dr Ejaz Iqbal, Dr Imran Sharif and others. App


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PU announced BSEd results
Lahore: The Punjab University (PU) Examination Department declared the results of various exams on Thursday. These exams include Bachelor of Science Education (BSEd), Third Professional, Second Annual 2007 and First Annual 2008, MBBS, Final Professional (Re-Organized Scheme), Supplementary Examination 2008 and MBBS, Final Professional (New Re-Organized Scheme), Supplementary Examination 2008. Detailed results are available on PU website www.pu.edu.pk. The News


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Day-care centre opens at PU
Lahore: Punjab University vice-chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran on Wednesday inaugurated a "Day Care Centre" at the PU College of Information Technology (PUCIT) on Old Campus, which is considered first of its kind facility to cater to the needs of a good number of women teachers of the university.

Dr Kamran said the number of women teachers in the university was rapidly increasing. At present, he said, there were 650 PU faculty members, out of which over 200 were women and most of them were young mothers.

In this situation, he said, the establishment of a 'Day Care Centre' was indispensable to improve the performance of these promising faculty members.


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HEC request review of Al Khair University credentials
Lahore: Higher Education Commission (HEC) acting chairperson Shahnaz Wazir Ali has said the commission has requested the Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) president and the prime minister to review the credentials of Al Khair University, which has been stopped from admitting any student to its sub-campuses across Pakistan from April 30.

Talking to reporters at University of Engineering and Technology on Thursday, Ms Ali said the commission had closed down some 200 campuses e affiliated with the Al Khair University. She said the commission had managed to admit various Al Khair affiliated campuses' students to other universities. She said the HEC had developed certain standards for the operation of universities and could not allow sub-standard universities in the country. Dawn


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