Wake up: its time for school
Academic institutions to re-open in August
Islamabad, July 27: After spending a long time of leisure at homes,
students are preparing themselves for a tough routine of classes as
academic institutions, after a break of two moths are going to re-open
in the first week of August.
Usually what happens, during the
summer vacation, students pass most of their time in playing games and
visiting various places which besides giving them mental refreshment,
makes them lazy too as they follow no routine at all during these
vacations. But when they are over, they have to modify their schedule,
which needs a cerebral effort.
"It seems difficult to wake up
early in the morning for class because sleeping till late has become my
habit and it will take few days to become familiar again with the same
old routine," said Riaz Khan, a student of M.A at National University of
Modern Languages (NUML).
Zulfiqar Ishaq, a student of MBA, said
that these were possibly his last vacations as he is studying in the
last semester and next year he would be hopefully in professional field
where such a long leave could not be had.
out-of-touch with books for two months, it becomes difficult to
re-adjust mind for studying habit," said Khalid Hussain, a student of
MSc at International Islamic University (IIUI).
Despite the fact
that it is hard to re-adjust oneself with academic routine, there are
many students who are overjoyed and eager to join their institutions
again owing to boredom they had to go through during the long vacations.
Ammar Barlas is such a student who said that he was missing his
university friends and he wanted to do some sort of chill with them.
without college is like the Sun without light. I can bear hot weather
but can't be away from college life," said Shahid Maqbool, a student of a
Model College in Islamabad.
Students of universities and
colleges would adjust themselves sooner or later but the real challenge
is for those parents whose children are studying in the Kinder Garden
(KG). It is observed that this segment (children) is affected badly
during long vacations as having spent most of their time at the
maternal-side where they just play and have thrill, it becomes really
difficult for the parents to send them back to their schools, once
Shaeena Naz' a housewife, said that during vacations, her
children have completely changed as far as their habits are concerned
and now she will have to tune their minds with sweet motivation to
prepare them for studies. "I have to give incentives to my kids like
new uniform, school bag, pens and much more for convincing them to go to
school," she added.
No matter whether they are happy or
otherwise, but all students will have to go back to their institutions
because there is no escape from liabilities in life, — it is going to be
'Wake up Sid- its time for school' once more, for all of them.
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NUST announces entry test results
Islamabad: The National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST) announced Management
Sciences Entry Test 2010 results on Monday, says a press release. Total
1,977 candidates took the test, out of which, 900 declared successful.
Interviews of the successful candidates will be held at the NUST
Business School (NBS) on July 28, 29. On July 28, interviews of the
candidates from Merit 1 to 480 will be conducted, while candidates from
Merit 481 to 900 will be interviewed on July 29 at 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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em>SSC part-II result on Aug 4
Rawalpindi: The Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education, Rawalpindi (BISEP) would
announce the result of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) part-II annual
examinations-2010 on August 4. According to sources of the board, the
BISEP would announce result of SSC Part-I on August 9. It has also been
announced that the result of HSSC Part-I and Part-II annual examination
2010 would be announced in September.
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Quaideen offers more scholarships for students
Islamabad: Quaideen, the Alumni Association of
Quaid-i-Azam University, has offered more need-based scholarships for
These scholarships would be in addition to the
already announced five scholarships being availed by the existing
students belonging to remote areas of Pakistan in the fields of social
and natural sciences.
Talking to this correspondent, Murtaza
Noor, Quaideen Secretary-General, said that the new scholarship of one
lakh rupees covering tuition an hostel fees of their two-year stay of
each scholarship holder would be offered in the disciplines of business
education. The scholarships would be formally announced in a ceremony on
Aug 6 at Islamabad Club.
Renowned artists and musicians
including Ghulam Abbas, Sarah Raza, Ustad Rais Ahmed Khan and Saqib
Sultan would perform on the occasion.
Quaideen had already signed
an MoU with QAU to extend cooperation for the benefit of the current
and old students of the university under which, QAU will establish a
separate head for these scholarships.
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Youth Exchange Programme with UK
Islamabad: Federal Minister for Youth Affairs Shahid Hussain
Bhutto here on Monday said that under International Youth Exchange
Programme government has signed an agreement with United Kingdom (UK) to
initiate youth delegation visits between the two countries.
the inaugural ceremony of a weeklong female youth camp under "See
Pakistan" project, the minister said that the first youth delegation
would visit UK at the end of August. He informed that government was
also in contact with Tajikistan for initiating a similar Youth Exchange
programme with them.
He said that the ministry would provide
equal opportunities in all the youth welfare projects being initiated by
the ministry including youth exchange programme.
said that "See Pakistan" project was started with the objective to
facilitate male and female youth to share their experiences and see
beautiful land, historical places and culture of different parts of the
He said that "See Pakistan" project would particularly
facilitate rural areas' youth to visit different parts of the country
and develop interaction.
"During the camp different activities
like cultural night, games, competition on different topics etc would be
organised," he said. He said that the government's priority is to
extend female youth welfare projects. He said that female youth of
different universities and colleges are also participating in the youth
essay competitions. Appreciating the National Internship Programme
(NIP), he said that the ministry has submitted a proposal to the
concerned quarters for relaxation in age for all the youth of the
country. "Total 11 programmes (8 male and three females) have been
organized in which 752 youth from all over the country, AJK, Northern
Areas and Fata participated in the programmes.
programme is planned to be organized in Sindh" he informed. The minister
said "around 100 participants of the camp would be taken to different
cities including Murree, Taxila, all picnic spots of Islamabad and
Lahore. He said that musical evening would also be arranged for the
participants of the camp.
"To achieve this objective, a number of
challenges being faced by the youth have to be addressed and
opportunities opened up to them to unleash their energies" he said.
order to promote national integration and provide an opportunity to
female youth of the country to share their experiences, see beautiful
land, historical places and culture of other parts of the country, the
Ministry has started this programme.
During the camp different
activities like cultural night, games, competition on different topics
and other activities are carried out. The news
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