FBISE SSC part-I result : 58.38 pass percentage
FBISE announces SSC part-I result: Girls do much better than boys
Islamabad, July 10: Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE)
Friday announced the result of annual exams of Secondary School Certificate
(SSC) Part-I, declaring the pass percentage of 58.38 per cent.
to the news release issued here, out of 66,138 students, who appeared in the
exams, 38,613 passed. Of total 56,253 regular candidates, 36,530 were passed
against 2,083 private candidates of total 9885. Science group contained regular
31,761 candidates against 1,579 private ones who could pass the examination
while 4,769 regular candidates and 504 private candidates could pass under
The overall pass percentage of regular and Ex/Private
students in Science and Humanities group was 64.94 per cent and 21.07 per cent
respectively. The result cards of the candidates are being dispatched to their
According to a notification issued by the FBISE, 13
unfair means cases were reported this year. Out of 13, 12 cases have been
decided whereas one case is under process. As per notification, the candidates
failing in one or more papers can reappear in the same along with papers of SSC
Part-II Annual Examination 2011. The application for re-checking of papers will
be entertained within 30 days of declaration of results. The news
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IIUI extends date for admission applications
Islamabad: The International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI)
has extended the last date for submission of applications for admission in
graduate and postgraduate programmes. Earlier last date for the submission of
admission forms was July 09, which now has been extended up to July 15, says
press release. Meanwhile, the participants of the 25th International Programme
for Human Resource Development, organised by Dawah Academy of the International
Islamic University, Islamabad (IIUI), visited the university's new campus on
Friday. They took a round of the academic and administrative blocks of IIUI's
new campus. The university officials apprised the delegation of mission,
objectives and achievements of the university during last 25 years. They said
IIUI started its journey with just 13 students in 1980s and it has now a
strength of over 17,000 students. They said the university was imparting quality
education in all fields of life and students from 57 countries are presently
studying different academic programmes. Daily times
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AIOU announces ATTC results
Islamabad: Controller Examination, Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU),
Hafeez-Ullah on Friday announced the results of ATTC programme for the Semester
According to the Allama Iqbal Open University controller,
result intimation cards have been dispatched to the students at their given
addresses. Students who do not receive the result intimation card upto 20th
July, should contact their nearest Regional Office or Superintendent (Teacher
Education Programme, Result Section) in the main campus of University or on his
Phone No. 051-9057323 to get the
duplicate Result Card.
The students can also download their result from
Allama Iqbal Open University website www.aiou.edu.pk.
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LHC directs VC to entertain student's departmental appeal
Rawalpindi: The Lahore High Court (LHC), Rawalpindi Bench judge, Justice
Ijaz Ahmad, Friday directed the vice chancellor of Pir Mehr Ali Shah-Arid
Agriculture University Rawalpindi (PMAS-AAUR) to entertain the departmental
appeal of a female student (E) who was rusticated from the university after she
sent a legal notice to a male teacher for his immoral attitude towards her.
On the last hearing the court had directed the VC PMAS-AAUR to appear
before the court in person that the VC did along with registrar of the
university. The court told the respondent VC and the registrar that their
decision to rusticate the lady was harsh and they should take a compassionate
view in this regard.
Respondents agreed before the court that they shall
entertain the departmental appeal of the female student and would allow her to
take the sixth semester exams. Upon which the court adjourned the case saying
that the court will decide after the university administration decide the
departmental appeal of the student.
The court directed the petitioner
student to file the departmental appeal immediately. Later the student said that she has filed her appeal before the VC and she
was more concerned about her three papers that she could not take due to the
ongoing problem. She, however, told that the university administration has
allowed her to take the next upcoming examinations but they did not allowed her
to take the previous three exams that were lapsed due to the problem. The lady
said that if she don't take these three exams this time, these will be offered
to her after one and a half years. While there is only one year left for the
completion of her degree.
The student (I) on Thursday had stated before
the court that she is a student in the Barani Institute of Information
Technology (BIIT) that is functioning under the Arid Agriculture University. She
has passed five semesters with good results and now she is in the sixth
semester. The student has alleged that the attitude of a visiting instructor (K)
was immoral towards her and she also lodged her complaint with the director
According to the petitioner, the director BIIT took no action
against the instructor. The parents of the students also met with the director
and urged him to take some action. The petitioner then lodged a complaint before
the VC of the university and appealed before him to take some disciplinary
action against the instructor. The petitioner told the court that after the
inquiry was held before the VC, the director BIIT took side of the teacher and
told the VC that her allegations were not based on the facts. On June 2, 2010,
the petitioner sent a legal notice upon which he rusticated the student on July
1, 2010 for two semesters.
While proceedings of this case the court
inquired to the registrar of the university that why they took such a harsh
decision against the student? Upon which the registrar replied that she violated
the discipline. The registrar told the court that she had the chance to file a
departmental appeal that she not availed.
Legal counsel to the petitioner
at that instance told the court that the lady was not allowed to enter the court
premises and a security guard snatched her university identity card next day
when she sent a legal notice. How could she then access to the VC and file an
appeal legal counsel to the petitioner told the court.
chairman Higher Education Commission, secretary Education Punjab, vice
chancellor Arid Agriculture University and director BIIT as respondents, the
petitioner had prayed to the court that her rustication is a discriminatory and
it would spoil her education career. The court will take up the matter on July
13 once again. The news
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Colleges under BoGs not to be privatised
Rawalpindi: The higher education department of Punjab on Friday said 26
degree colleges selected to be managed through board of governors will not be
The secretary higher education Punjab defended the decision
of the government through a circular sent to the institutions concerned and the
divisional directorates of colleges.
Dispelling the impression that the
provincial government was introducing BoGs in 16 out of the total 460 degree
colleges in order to privatise them, the secretary said the institutions were
only being put under the control of BoGs according to Section 3 and 4 of Punjab
Educational and Training Institutions Ordinance 1960 for efficiently managing
Describing the weaknesses of the annual system at the degree
level, the official said the pass percentage at the intermediate level was 60-70
per cent which dropped to 30-40 per cent at the degree level as talented
students opted for studying under the semester system in universities.
The higher education department felt the need to explain its decision
after college teachers threatened a protest move fearing that privatization of
institutions showing good results would lead to fee hikes and job insecurity.
The department assured the college teaching and non-teaching staff that
they would continue enjoying the same status like job security, pension benefits
and pay protection.
It also said the boards would not be empowered to
make large scale retrenchment as feared by the college teachers.
department underlines the point that the four-year degree programmes cannot work
in the present system. The higher education department is delegating its
administrative powers to the boards for quick decision making."
circular also made it clear that there would be no increase in the existing
fees, adding the provincial government had already set aside allocations for all
It may be recalled that the representatives of
college teachers have been protesting against the decision of the government and
vowed to resist the move calling it an effort to privatize the colleges. Dawn
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