Punjab University BA/BSc result 2009 announced
PU BA/BSc result
Lahore, July 15: Punjab University will declared the result of BA/BSc Annual Examinations
2009 today (Wednesday). A special ceremony will be held in the Faisal
Auditorium, New Campus at 9:30am. Chief Minister Punjab Mian Shahbaz Sharif will
be the chief guest and he will award medals and merit certificates to the
position holders. In this connection, Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran
presided over a meeting of deans committee here in the committee room of VC
office on Tuesday. The meeting was briefed that the parents and teachers of the
position holder students have also been invited to attend the ceremony. Deans of
all faculties, Controller Examinations Prof Zahid Karim Khan and Registrar Prof
Dr Muhammad Naeem Khan were also present during the meeting. F.P.report
"ASLAM O ALAIKUM FRIEND SO AT LAST WE GET THE DATE OF BA/BSC RESULT."
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40pc pass marks recommended
Lahore: The Punjab Board Committee of Chairmen (PBCC), a body
representing all the eight education boards of the province, has recommended to
the government to increase pass marks of matriculation and intermediate exams
from existing 33 percent to 40 percent.
The new condition, if approved by
the government, would be applicable to the students appearing in matriculation
and intermediate annual examinations 2010.
The recommendation was made in
the PBCC meeting held at the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education
(BISE), Gujranwala, on Tuesday. Chairmen/representatives of all the BISEs
attended the meeting while chairperson of Bahawalpur Board Mrs Bilquees Akram
chaired the session.
The committee also announced examination fee waiver
for all the disabled appearing in board exams, besides approving syndicate
marking of papers.
The PBCC recommended the new pass percentage to the
Punjab government which, after approval, would take up the matter with the
federal government for its implementation.
The meeting observed that
since most part of a question paper comprised objective type, including short
questions, there was a need of increasing the pass percentage from existing 33
percent to 40 percent.
A participant of the meeting said since 20 percent
portion of papers comprised objective type, 50 percent short questions and 30
percent of subjective type there was need of rationalising the pass percentage
accordingly. He said the meeting agreed to recommend 40 percent pass marks. He,
however, said during a recent meeting with officials of various boards, Chief
Minister Shahbaz Sharif had also suggested increase in pass
Elaborating the syndicate system of marking, a BISE chairman said
it was totally different from traditional marking in which an examiner used to
check entire answer book of a candidate of a particular subject. However, under
the syndicate marking, each question would be marked by a different
paper-checker, he said, giving example that if a question paper comprised of
five questions, each would be marked by a different paper-checker to ensure that
a candidate might not be at disadvantage owing to "monotonous" mindset of a
particular paper-checker. He said the decision about syndicate marking would be
implemented from matriculation and intermediate supplementary exams
A senior official of another BISE was of the view the availability
of paper-checkers was a real issue faced by all the boards, saying the boards
had to face troubles in this regard every year. He said the government should
address the issue.
The Monday's meeting waived off examination fee for
all the disabled which was earlier extended only to the deaf and dumb. The
meeting also made another important decision according to which examination
centres for the disabled would always be set up on ground floor, etc for their
It is pertinent to mention here that the chief minister had
already announced examination fee waiver for the students sitting in exams
conducted by the BISEs across the province. However, a final decision is yet to
be made in this regard as the move would have huge financial implication for the
government each year if the facility is extended to all candidates. The News
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FDE director told to explain delay in reinstating teachers
Islambad: The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Tuesday summoned the
Federal Directorate of Education's director administration to appear in the
court on Wednesday and respond to a petition seeking implementation of an
earlier order about reinstatement of over 100 teachers.Justice Syed Intikhab
Hussain Shah would again take up the petition by trained teachers for their
reinstatement in BPS-14 and BPS-9 in the wake of earlier decisions of different
benches in this regard.
These teachers were appointed in the year 2000
and they kept working till 2006 when their contracts were not renewed without
Teachers then moved the court for their reinstatement and
different benches of the IHC decided in their favour, but the decisions were not
In one another identical case, the FDE sought time till
July 28 to reinstate lecturers in BPS-17 and junior lady teachers in different
educational institutions of the federal capital.
Separately, a division
bench of the IHC comprising Justice Amjad Iqbal Qureshi and Justice Mohammad
Ramzan Chaudhry dismissed the election petition of Lt-Gen (retired) Abdul Qadir
Baloch for non-prosecution.
Gen Baloch had challenged the results of the
election in National Assembly NA-271 constituency (Kharan, Panjgoor and Washook
He claimed that officials deputed to conduct the election tampered
the results to favour a PML-Q candidate, Ehsanullah Reki.
Election Commission dismissed his petition on March 4, and he then filed an
appeal before the IHC. Dawn
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