BISE Kohat HSSC examination results 2010
HSSC exam result
Kohat, July 14: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education,
Kohat will declare the result of FA/FSc of annual examination 2010 on
A press release issued by secretary BISE, Kohat,
Shahid Zaman said that the chairman, Professor Khan Muhammad Khalil,
would announce the names of position holders at a press conference on
July 18 whereas the gazette books would be available at all the camp
offices on July 19, 2010. Dawn
"doston jab b kohat board fa/fsc ka result net pe issue kare th plz mujy 1 sms karna"
Name: zaib bangash
City, Country: hangu, pakistan
"19 july ko result out ho ga aur humare marks ka pata chale ga lekan hum study karte hain to humare marks 300 or above 315 tak hote hain lekin jo log study nh karte wo 450 tak marks lete hain ye kyun insaf karo plz hum poor log hy is lye? thank u "
"yar result kab dogiiiiii.kohat board wallo"
"Dears Friend,the staff of Kohat board r very ............ u beter know.i request u that any body see result on net plz thanks"
Name: engineer ibrar
"Whats going on?? Why the result had not come yet???? plz inform me it came plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz"
Name: Faisal Max
City, Country:Tank, Pakistan
"yar job be kohat borad ka result Net pr ata hy to bahot leet ata hy aur tamam Boradou ka result foriy tor pr ata hy. aakhir Q? S ka Jawab hy kise k Pass."
Name: Farman Ghani
City, Country:(karak Pakistan)
"yaar kya ghatiya result nikla kohat board ka pata ni kya kiya hai.******** ke ****** ko urdu likhni ni ati or top kar raha hai bannu board se..."
Name: qasim shah
"salam dosoton salam ke bad yae arze hai ke hamre result net par isse karna thank you"
Name: Zeeshan Haider
"yara yeh kohat ka result Kb ai gi ma to thk gai thi yara meri to *** gai thi yara kuch to kru g yara bara tarpa ho ma yara bara piasa ho ma hahahahahaha......"
Name: saleem suply
City, Country: kohat
"hume pta he ke result kaisa ho ga sub ke marks 300 se zyada nahai honge isliye kush hone kai zarurat nahai "
"salam janb jab kohat borad fa/fsc ka resuts net pe dedy to mujy ek sms krna plz ya fsc part one ka result mery emil par send krna ap ke bary mehrbany hogy oslam"
Name: haider rauf
City, Country:i.e. kohat, pakistan
"bise kohat aj k dour main be onlin result nhe deta hai our rol noslip be dublecate issue krty hai maksed pessa kamana hai student ko zaleel kerty hai .is lai controllar of kohat board sy apeal hai keh board ka cariteria fedral board ki tehreh kero"
Name: umer ayaz wazir
"kohat board waly bahut ****** qism k loag hai mei jb b net pe beta hu result nhe hota sary board result jaldi issue krty hai lkn koi pta nhe chalta en ka"
Name: rizwan ahmad
City, Country: Thall,Pakistan
"hr bar kohat board mai upper kurram ka result kharab ata ha why...."
Name: murtaza ali ali khel
City, Country: peshawar
"plz issu our ba part ist result on net .i shell be vry thankful 4 this act"
Name: mmtaz hussain
"hi everybody!i hate kohat board q k maine din raat parha mery itny marx nhe aye jtny aany chahea thy but jin k parents ejucation department se related hai ya jin ke approach hai un k ajaty hai chahy wo home xam mai fail he q na hoty ho,its really injustice"
City, Country: kohat,pakistan
"hey can u plz mail me last 5 year papers of kohat board HSSC part 1 (1st year) I would really appreciate it."
Name: Asadullah Awais
City, Country: Pakistan
"federal board zindabad"
"AOA, Hellow everybody, what ***** systme of Kohat Board, they are all came in kohat board through a very heavy sources, and the staff of Kohat Board totally not capable to these posts where they are setting now, and just passing the time and wait for the monthly salaries, particularly the IT staff, whats happening in our District,ohhhhhhhhhhh, in short, we just need the ********* ****** ****** like Iran ********, no one sincer to his field, whats this yar,i feel sorry to those people whome considers themsleves as Muslim. i think will not go to the second world, you have to know the Biggest "JUSTIC" day. Take Care Every body Allah Hafiz Gul Afridi Kohat (Lahore)
Name: Gul Muhammad
City, Country:Kohat (Lahore)
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Nepotism at UHS will not be tolerated: PMA
Lahore: Pakistan Medical Association (PMA) Punjab (President Elect) Dr
Ashraf Nizami has said that no disputed person would be allowed to be
appointed as PRO to vice chancellor at UHS by nepotism and through back
In a meeting with the delegation IPH students of session 2009
here on Tuesday, he said UHS would not be allowed to play havoc with
future of IPH students.
On the occasion, the delegation led by Dr
Athar apprised the president of that dean presented herself unlawfully
as subject specialist of different papers while setting, assessing and
auditing but the same was not in conformity with her specialization as
admitted in Punjab Health Department.
The students said this was a
gross deviation from well-set principles of examination system and the
lady has focused her be elevated as PRO to vice chancellor of UHS
through favouritism. They also alleged that dean IPH has presented
herself as professor of epidemiologist, bio-statistics, clinical
immunology and public health on different occasion, which was beyond
the comprehension as she was only professor of preventive paediatrics
in records of Punjab Health department. Dr Ashraf Nizami said PMA has
already received serious objections on status of MD/PhD pattern degree
of the dean.
He said the question under investigation with
committee was how the Swedish version of MD diploma has been changed as
PhD in English translation. Dr Nizami also handed over papers provided
by students to chairman Enquiry Committee Dr Izhar Ahmed Ch.
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Punjab University results
Lahore: Punjab University Examinations Department has announced the
results of MPhil Islamic Studies, Semester System, Session 2007-2009,
MA Social Work (Morning), Semester System, Session 2007-2009, MA Social
Work (Replica), Semester System, Session 2007-2009 and MSc Mathematics,
Semester System, Session 2008-2010. The nation
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Polytechnic institute for women in Rawalpindi soon
Islamabad: Rawalpindi will soon have an exclusive Polytechnic
Institute for Women, as the Punjab government has acquired land from
this purpose near Adiala Road and plans to complete construction work
within one year.
Technical Education and Vocational Training
Authority (TEVTA) Deputy Manager Muhammad Shanawar shared the good news
with local women leadership at an 'Awareness Raising and Networking
Meeting for 50 Women Leaders Group (WLG), Rawalpindi District' on
Tuesday. The event was organised by the Aurat Foundation.
said that the institute will start functioning from the next year and
will offer all kinds of technical education for women. "For this
purpose, the Punjab government has procured 100-kanal land near Adiala
Road from the Forest Department," he added.
Responding a query,
he said that the TEVTA is running 418 training institutes in Punjab
with around 27 functioning in Rawalpindi. "Among these 27 institutes,
13 are for women where they learn vocational skills and get various
kinds of training," he added.
The participants urged TEVTA to
improve the capacity of trainers and demanded decrease in the tuition
fee while terming it unaffordable for the poor community. They said
that those who can afford fees tend to enrol their children in private
institutions. They also recommended that scholarships should be given
to deserving students.
The 50 Women Leaders Group is part of
an international initiative 'Raising Her Voice' by Oxfam GB currently
working in 17 developing countries. The initiative is a collection of
projects aimed at taking into account the local voices, realities and
In Pakistan, the overall goal of the project is
to strengthen the role of poor and marginalized women in the governance
thereby promoting accountability for gender equality and women
empowerment to achieve pro-poor development for the women and the wider
By establishing groups of 50 women leaders in 30
selected districts, the project seeks to ensure strong relationship
between grassroots groups and women entering political processes to
ensure that women elected to office adopt positions that highlight and
address poverty-related issues. The initiative was launched in the year
2008 and will continue till 2013.
Under the project, a total of
1,500 women were selected (50 each) from 30 project districts in the
initial two years. These women represent local governments, government
institutions concerned, representatives of social welfare ministries,
education departments, health departments and women cadre of civil
society organizations. Female students of secondary and tertiary
education institutions, media personal and bar associations also make
part of these groups.
Speaking on the occasion, 'Raising Her
Voice' initiative Programme Manager John Cropper said that change is
important at every level. "Instead of focusing only on national level
initiatives, it was equally important to work on local level." He said
that working with women and children could be an academic issue for
many but for him, it was a moral issue as women and children are the
worst sufferers of poverty and discrimination. He said that
international organizations should not impose their own sets of
solutions on the local community but should let the local community to
pick solution for themselves.
Earlier, 50 Women Leaders Group Secretary Razia Sultana briefed participants about the achievements of the initiatives.
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Young puppeteers enthral audience at FJWU
Rawalpindi: The students of Communication Sciences Department at
Fatima Jinnah Women University (FJWU) organised a puppet show here on
Faculty of Law, Commerce and Management Sciences Dean
Dr. Naheed Zia Khan, who is also the acting dean of Faculty of Arts and
Social Sciences, was the chief guest on the occasion.
is the first university, which has introduced the art of puppetry as a
subject and medium of communication. In total, 21 students took part in
the puppets show.
Two interesting skits were presented under
different social service themes. One was based on the song of Farooq
Qaiser 'Nani Teri Morni Ko Chor Le Gaye' and the other one on
'Generation Gap'. There was too much diversity in the puppet characters
and they beautifully depicted the themes. The work was done by the
students of 'Media for Children' - a course offered by Farooq Qaiser, a
renowned puppeteer. Students used coloured shadow, rods and glove
puppetry for the two performances. It is the first time in the
educational history of Pakistan that students of university level have
learnt this art.
Talking about the work of his students,
Farooq Qaiser said that they have made tremendous effort and made the
best use of their imagination and creativity. "What we have learnt in
30 years, these students have learnt it in three months. Besides
puppet-making, the students are taught poetry and script writing as
well," he added.
The response of the faculty as well as students
to the performance was positive. They encouraged and appreciated the
efforts of their fellow students.
The final projects of advertisement presented by the Communication Sciences students were also displayed on the occasion.
on the occasion, Dr. Naheed Zia Khan appreciated the creative abilities
and performance of students. She praised the efforts of Farooq Qaiser
for imparting his skill and making students to learn an art and skill
for lifelong. Songs were written, conceived and directed by the
Farooq Qaiser said
that learning puppetry under 'Media for Children' provides an excellent
opportunity to students to relax and indulge in creative art. Puppetry
also teaches them aesthetic sense that is very important for female
students. The semester includes the making, manipulation, voice throw,
script writing, song writing and performance. "In puppetry, I have
always emphasised on powerful script, as this is the most important
aspect of puppetry. The best part of this is that my students are not
only giving lively performances in major schools, but are also teaching
puppet making that is much appreciated by students," he added.
Qaiser said "It is an irony that our traditional string theatre has
died which was done in villages and people no longer do puppet theatre
with strings. Now I am reviving string puppetry and hand puppetry and
writing a book on puppetry."
He said that the recession of art
breeds terrorism. "In our country, we need to give emphasis on art and
culture because the nations are known for their cultural heritage. Our
children are growing up in a tense environment and we need to provide
them relief through cultural programmes. There are many programmes for
elders, but very little for the younger generation. When we were young,
we had role models in art and culture, now our new generation is
growing up without the concept of role models. We need to change it for
the positive and healthy upbringing of our children," he added.
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Workshop on 'Investigative Journalism' held at AIOU
Islamabad: A workshop on 'Investigative Journalism' was organised
by the US Embassy in collaboration with the Department of Mass
Communication, Allama Iqbal Open University, at the AIOU main campus on
During the workshop the speaker, Donald Jay Morfoot,
Jr. an Emmy Award-winning TV producer/writer gave a comprehensive
lecture on duties and responsibilities of journalists in imparting
information to the citizens, that is accurate, true and is reported
honestly and independently from outside influences.
media trainer, Donald Morfoot has background as a senior
producer/writer positions on NBC, CBS and ABC news programmes,
including both studio and field roles.
While sharing his views
and experiences during his carer, he gave several examples and
problems, he faced while discharging his duties, as a journalist.
the interactive session, Donald Morfoot said that the journalists are
the eyes and ears of the society in other words they play role of
watchdogs on every segment of the society.
He further said the
main aim of journalism is to provide accurate and reliable information
to his target population. So, he said that they should be very careful
in gathering their reports, based on accuracy and facts.
The workshop was organised under the patronage of Department of Mass Communication Head Dr. Syed Abdul Siraj.
Iqbal Open University Vice Chancellor Professor Dr. Nazir Ahmed Sangi
chaired the concluding session of the workshop. At the end he thanked
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200 students with disability enrolled
Islamabad: More than 200 students with disabilities have been
enrolled in 16 schools of federal government to get education with
other students under 'Inclusive Education' initiative.
to this agency here Tuesday, Sightsavers Programme Manager Munazza
Gillani said that the initiative of 'Inclusive Education' was launched
in 2003 with the collaboration of Federal Directorate of Education,
Director General of Special Education and a non-government organization
Sightsavers. She informed that Al-Makhdoom, an institution of special
persons was established, as centre of training for inclusive education
where initially 25 students and teachers of two schools were trained
for facilitating visually impaired children. After completing training
as a pilot project these students were enrolled for three years, she
said. "The pilot project run for three years and after that a
monitoring review was conducted to evaluate the progress of this
initiative," she added.
The monitoring review found encouraging
result and it was decided to start second phase of the project under
which 14 more schools of federal capital were engaged to enrol children with disabilities.
"Now more than 200 students are getting education in these schools with other students", she informed.
added that a core group of Inclusive Education was also established in
2009 with the collaboration of Unesco, Unicef, Federal Directorate of
Education, Director General of Special Education, Plan, Sightsavers,
Children Global Network and Save the Children to disseminate this
concept throughout the country.
"This core group is working to
engage more schools in inclusive education throughout the country so
that more students could be enrolled in mainstream schools," Munazza
She said that according to World Health Organisation
Pakistan has about 10 per cent population of persons with disabilities
and the government did not have enough resources to establish special
education schools for facilitating such students. The news
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115 Phds placed at 4 Universities
Islamabad: Through Higher Education Commission's Interim Placement
of Fresh PhDs (IPFP) Programme, 115 Pakistani PhDs have been
successfully placed as Assistant professors at 43 public sector
universities across the country.
to diversified fields like Water Resource Management, Biotechnology,
Food Engineering, Animal Nutrition, marketing, International Relations,
Environmental Sciences, and Biomedical textiles, these scholars have
been initially employed for a period of one year on a salary package of
Rs. 80,000 per month, says a press release.
They may be
hired on permanent basis on completion of their tenure, provided they
qualify the normal selection process of the host institution.
HEC has also offered these scholars a startup research grant of Rs.0.5 million immediately upon joining the host institutions. So far, the IPFP programme has processed around 330 applications. App
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Teachers training under ETTE ends
Islamabad: A five-day training of 18 government school teachers
of Islamabad and Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa has been concluded here on Monday.
This was phase-III of the British Council's 'English for Teaching:
Teaching for English' (ETTE) training programme.
The aim of the
training was to further improve participants' performance in the
classrooms by enhancing their ability to use English language in basic
teaching methodology and teaching English language through activity
based learning. The participants will go on to forward their training
to 25 more teachers in the area.
"It is important to have
continued trainings which not only give us an opportunity to learn some
new techniques but also to share our experiences face-to-face with
other participants as well as the facilitators," said Naveeda Habib
According to the participants British
Council's ETTE trainings in Pakistan have won the confidence of
government school teachers because of its effectiveness in classrooms.
"I have witnessed the number of absentees decrease in my classroom,"
said Sajid Ali a teacher from Islamabad. The news
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Workshop for vocational schoolteachers starts
Islamabad: The present government is determined to take every measure
to ensure poverty alleviation with special reference to womenfolk, said
Federal Minister for Social Welfare and Women Development Samina Khalid
Ghurki on Tuesday.
She stated this talking to participants of a
six-day training workshop for teachers of Pakistan Baitul Maal (PBM)
Vocational Schools and Dastkari Schools, which started at Lok Virsa on
The workshop is aimed at imparting training to
low-income females in art and craft sector and make them aware of
modern market trends and new innovations.
PBM in collaboration with Lok Virsa and National Institute of Cultural Studies (NICS) has arranged the workshop.
along with PBM Managing Director Zamuard Khan visited the workshop. Lok
Virsa Executive Director Khalid Javaid lauded the PBM support to for
such cultural activity. Daily times
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