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FDE awards scholarships to 500 students
Islamabad, July 03: Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) has awarded scholarships to around 500 students of middle and matriculation level on merit under the centralised system of examination, held last year.

"The scholarship have been provided to students of Islamabad Model Colleges and private institutions," official sources said this on Thursday.

They said that these scholarships had been given purely on the basis of merit in the centralised primary and middle level examinations held under the FDE. About 300 top students, including 150 girl students of middle standard have been selected for the scholarship amounting to Rs200 on monthly basis for a period of three years. While 100 boys of matriculation and the same number of girl students will get Rs300 per month for two years, the sources added. They said that the cheques had been issued to the names of principals of the schools and students could get their scholarships from their respective schools.

The sources informed that a total of 16,692 students of 5th class and 2,484 students of 8th class had appeared in the exams.

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Intermediate answering copies sold as scrap in Quetta
Quetta: The answering copies of the FA examination, conducted two months ago under the auspices of Balochistan Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Quetta (BISE), were caught while getting sold as scrap, Geo news exclusively reported late on Thursday.

The copies were being used as scrap on a local hotel here, Geo sources said. The News

The answering copies of FA exams, held two months ago under the Balochistan Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Quetta (BISE), were sold by a boy by nine rupees per kilogram, Geo news reported.

According to sources, the owner of Roti shop Naik Muhammad told Geo that a boy brought those copies last month to sell them on a scrap shop but as he found scrap shop closed so I bought them from him by 9 rupees per kilogram which completely weighted 11 kilograms.

Sadiq Muhammad, the Union Council Nazim of the area took this issue to media, said that he was taken some pages from those copies following which he took strict notice of the lawlessness.


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FPSC completes written exam
Islamabad: Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC) has completed professional/screening written examination of 34,255 registered students.

The examination was held from June 22 to July 1 at 45 centres established in nine cities. To address the queries of candidates, particularly those belonging to militancy-hit areas, a control room was established at the FPSC headquarters from where the candidates were guided to locate their examination centres.

The members and senior officers of the commission visited the centres to monitor conduct of the examination. The provincial governments, WAPDA, postal authorities and federal and provincial educational institutions cooperated with the FPSC in successful completion of the examination.

The commission has advised the candidates to remain in contact with its website http:/www.fpsc.gov.pk for latest updates. App


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ACCA awards certificate to Bahria Town
Rawalpindi: Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) has awarded 'Approved Employer Status' certificate to the Bahria Town. According to a press release issued here Thursday, ACCA Business Development Head Haroon Jan along with other team members of the association awarded the certificate to Bahria Town Chief Executive Ahmed Ali Riaz during a ceremony held here at the ACE International Academy, Phase II, Bahria Town.


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Pak student honoured in US
Islamabad: Rimsha Rana, a Pakistani student, studying in Virgina, USA has been awarded President's Outstanding Academic Excellence Award for the year 2009.

According to a press release issued here on Thursday, Rimsha Rana is the daughter of a former diplomat Ijaz Rana. The award, signed by the US President Barak Obama and the US Secretary of Education, is honoured to the students for their outstanding academic achievements. Student receives a certificate and is recognised during the school's award ceremony and also at graduation.

Awards are presented to students who meet the following criteria: 1. A- grade average: The overall A- average is composed of all years of high school including the fall semester of the graduating year.

A- is equivalent to a 3.5 on a 4-point scale. A cumulative GPA is used to qualify.

2. Standardised achievement test battery score at the 85%: The battery must be from the current or preceding year and include verbal or math skills. The News


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Educated population imperative to exploit potential of technology
Islamabad: Though South Asian countries are embracing technology in many useful ways, yet its people are denied to promises of life.

While use of technology in the region has brought silent revolution in their economies and societies, lack of an educated and skilled population as well as inadequate infrastructure, particularly in rural areas, was imperative for these countries to exploit full potential of technology.

These observations were made at the launch of the 12th Mahbubul Haq Human Development in South Asia 2008 Report on Thursday.

Speakers on the occasion said limited adoption and diffusion of technology had to be addressed seriously to enhance productivity of the economy, improve human development through adequate public service delivery and overall governance in SA region that remained most populous, malnourished and poorly-governed in the world.

The event was presided over by former finance and foreign minister and vice chancellor of Beacon House National University (BNU), Sartaj Aziz, and also attended by President of Mahbubul Haq Human Development Centre (MHHDC), Khadija Haq, who highlighted key findings of

the report titled 'Technology and human development in South Asia'.

Dean of department of economics, BNU and former UN assistant secretary-general, Dr Hafiz Pahsa, and Dr Ishrat Husain, director Institute of Business Administration (IBA) and former governor State Bank of Pakistan, also spoke on the occasion.

Ms Haq said technology offered unique opportunity to accelerate human development in provision of education and skills, enhance agricultural productivity, deliver low-cost heal-thcare, improve governance and increase competitiveness in trade and commerce.

Despite great strides that countries of the region made in harnessing technology, vast majorities in SA have been bypassed from the promise of better life.

Millions in the region are still food insecure, jobless and lacked basic education and healthcare. The report cited many cases showing positive results by using technology in medical, educational, agricultural and governance fields.

"Technical training and skills can help promote self-employment. Regional cooperation within South Asia for technological advancement has potential to uplift the region as a whole", she added.

Mr Aziz termed the report a landmark contribution, maintaining that technology fed entire development process while, he said, future development would be mainly possible through technology and knowledge.

Dr Hussain lauded the MHHDC for its continuous valuable research work on diverse subjects in the region, saying the report rightly focused on direct channel of technology-poverty reduction relationship by analysing role of technology in better healthcare, education, water supply, agriculture, and good governance.

He underlined need for strengthening institutions for the use of technology for poor, especially in universities and higher education, research and development organisations, para-professional, vocational and technical manpower and specialised institutions.

Mr Pasha observed that the report highlighted a relationship between technology and economic development presenting extremely replicable innovative ways and suggesting practical routes for e-governance and service delivery. Dawn


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