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BISE Peshawar Intermediate result

BISE Peshawar Intermediate result on 22
Peshawar, July 17: The result of the intermediate annual examination held on April 28, 2009 under the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Peshawar, will be announced on July 22 at 7.00 p.m.

The announcement in this connection was made by Controller of Examination BISE Peshawar Professor Nasir Ali here on Thursday.

According to him, the copies of the gazette book can be collected from BISE office or camp officer while paying Rs. 1200/-.

The private candidates should obtain their DMCs from the following camp offices. Government Centennial Model School No.2 Peshawar City, Government Higher Secondary School No.2 Peshawar Cantt, Government Higher Secondary School No.1 Charsadda, Government Higher Secondary School Shabqadar Fort, Government Centennial Model School Chitral. App

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Farah Dogar case: FBISE employees to face the music
Islamabad: In another move that might lead to friction if not confrontation between the parliament and the judiciary, a parliamentary committee has decided to punish some government officials for a wrong that a high court had already absolved them of.

Despite Islamabad High Court's ruling in favour of Farah Hamid Dogar, daughter of former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, justifying jacking up of her marks by the federal board, the National Assembly Standing Committee on Education has decided to punish board employees who were involved in the controversial action.

An unprecedented increase of 20 marks in intermediate examination of Ms Dogar during rechecking of her answer books had made headlines early this year. The issue remained under limelight until Islamabad High Court decided in favour of Ms Dogar.

In its order, the court also directed board officials to change its rules to provide a procedure for re-evaluation of the answer books.

However, seemingly asserting its supremacy over the high court, the NA standing committee on education headed by PML (N) Ch Abid Sher Ali kept on probing the issue and directed education ministry to investigate whether rules were followed in re-awarding of marks to Ms Dogar.

Federal Secretary of education on Thursday informed the standing committee that former chairman of the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education was responsible of ordering re-assessment of Ms Dogar's answer sheets that was not allowed under board rules.

On receiving the report, the committee has constituted a five member sub-committee headed by MNA Rana Afzaal Hussain to further probe into inquiry report of the education ministry and recommend punishments for board officials including its ex-chairman. Ch Abid Sher Ali chaired the meeting.

Mr Sher Ali defied the court ruling, saying, "the committee has never accepted court decision which was made with mala-fide intent, and would go ahead with its constitutional role and ensure the culprits are punished."

When asked once the issue had been settled in the court of law, how could NA committee recommend punishments for board employees, he contended that the committee had the right to do so.

"The decision by the Islamabad High Court was made under the influence of the then Chief Justice of Supreme Court, Justice Abdul Hamid Dogar, a PCO judge, hence, it does not carry any validity with me," Mr Abid Sher Ali responded a query.

What to talk about relaxing reassessment of answer sheets rules, education ministry in its report has recommended making them more strict, Chairman NA committee said in response to another question. Dawn


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FDE seeks time for teachers' reinstatement
Islamabad: The Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) has sought time from Islamabad High Court (IHC) till July 29 for the implementation its orders regarding reinstatement of undergraduate and matric trained teachers.

FDE Director (administration) Chaudhry Sadiq Ali apprised the court that the FDE is doing some paperwork in this regard and a detailed report will be submitted to the IHC.

During previous hearing, the IHC had directed the FDE officials to intimate the court orders about reinstatement of teachers. Thirty-five teachers have filed contempt of court petition stating that the FDE did not implement the court decision.

More than one hundred teachers had got the decision in their favour from different benches of the IHC. These teachers were appointed in 2000 and they kept working till 2006 until their contracts were not renewed for another term.

According to their lawyer, no intimation or notices were served to these employees before taking the above said action. Different teachers then applied for their reinstatement before the IHC and the court decided in favour of the teachers. The News


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Pakistani students arrive in UK
Lahore: A 20-member delegation of Pakistani students arrived in Britain on Thursday after visiting various universities and educational institutions in Germany.

At an event organised by the administration and students of German educational institutions in the honour of the delegation, the speakers appreciated the Pakistani students' visit and urged other developing countries to emulate their example.

They said the interaction between the students of various countries is of great mutual benefit and provides an opportunity to the students to share their knowledge and experiences with each other.

The position holders from Punjab said their visit to Germany had been productive and inspirational, adding that they would cherish the memories. Daily Times


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