Federal Board SSC Part-I result 2010
FBISE SSC Part-I result
Islamabad, July 08: Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education
(FBISE) will announce the results of Secondary School Certificate (SSC)
part-1 annual examinations - 2010 on Friday (July 9).
to board sources the result of SSC Part-I annual examinations will be
declared at 10:00 a.m. while special ceremony in this regard would be
held at the board and special certificates would be awarded to the
The board has already declared the SSC Part-II
result on June 29, 2010 The students can view their results at
www.fbise.edu.pk and contact at telephone numbers 051-9250651, 051-9250651, 9250666 and 9250608 for further information. They can also know about
results by sending a text message to a unified code 5050 in the format
of FB(roll number).
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No suitable residence for students
Islamabad: People residing in private hostels and flats in
Rawalpindi are living a miserable life due to problems regarding food,
water and other basic requirements even after paying heavy amount every
These are mostly students and the people working in twin
cities who have come here from distant areas for jobs with no other
choice than either to live in a hostel or to get a flat or room on
rent. The minimum monthly charges of a hostel or private room are
Rs5,000 yet facilities are not sufficient for residents. Many private
hostels attract people by offering appealing packages of three time
food and free laundry facility but residents of such hostels say that
quality of food and drinking water is very poor and the inner
atmosphere is totally vice versa to their brochure and pamphlets.
Ahmad, a student who has been living in a private hostel in Rawalpindi
for one year told that mess quality is so poor that many times he has
to go out for dinner. He further said that he had already changed three
hostels but he found same food quality in each.
"During 2 years
of my hostel life, I was a regular visitor of doctor as my health
remained poor because of unhygienic food. Now I am feeling very happy
because I am going back to my home after completing my studies," said
Noman Awan, a resident of hostel on 6th Road who was packing his bag to
leave for Khoshab.
Raja Toqeer Ahmad, another resident of a
hostel, said that life of a private hostel is very bothering and it is
very difficult to live in a four or five-bed room with strangers.
Mostly a student and a worker become roommates and by living with a
worker, a student can't pay attention to his studies because of
activities of his room partner.
"I often have meal from hotel
because I can enjoy the food of my own choice whereas in hostel they
offer no choice in their menu and residents have to eat whatever is
available," said Luqman Maskeen, a resident of a private hostel on
Residence problem is even horrible for those
students who come to twin cities for short courses. Mostly they can't
get a seat in any hostel because of rush. These students have to stay
in rental rooms which lack the basic facilities like washroom, kitchen,
water etc. "We, two friends, are paying Rs5,000 per month for this
small room which has no attached bath or kitchen facility. The climate
of the room is very hot as it is on the top floor and during day time,
it becomes hard to stay in," said Raja Shahbaz Ahmad, a student of a
short computer course and a resident of Shamsabad.
another student, demanded that government should provide proper
accommodation to the students so that they can pay attention to their
studies. "There should be separate colonies for students or there
should be enough bachelor hostels so that all students could be
provided with lodgings," he concluded.
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High school students benefit from later school start time
London: High school students who have a later school start time are more likely to be in a better mood.
schools have considered moving their current start times half an hour
later and some have already made the schedule change. Experts believe
students can benefit from these later start times. Students today have
busy schedules that often keep them up until at least 11 p.m. every
A recent sleep study was completed at a private co-ed
boarding school to test this theory. They pushed back their 8 a.m.
start time by half an hour. 200 students agreed to participate in the
study by keeping detailed journals.
The results of the study were so positive, the school officials and students voted to keep the 8:30 a.m. start time permanently.
majority of the students noted they were getting close to eight hours
of sleep every night. Doctors recommend at least nine. Students also
noted they went to bed about 15 minutes earlier and slept in half an
The student's claimed they felt less annoyed and
irritated throughout the day, and were less likely to feel depressed
with the extra sleep. The number of students who were late to class
because they had overslept dropped nearly in half. The school cafeteria
noted more students were eating a hot breakfast before school started
The study was led by Dr. Judy Owens of the Hasbro
Children's Hospital and was conducted at St. George's School. The study
has been published in the Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent
Medicine. The news
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Extra admissions: Medical students administered overdose
Peshawar: Medical colleges in the province have admitted more
students than the quota allotted by the Pakistan Medical and Dental
Council, which can jeopardise the future of students, according to
"All the government medical colleges in Khyber
Pakhtunkhwa have admitted more students than the allotted seats by the
Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC), which can create problems
for students in future," said the sources.
According to them,
admission to medical colleges was required to be done in line with the
prescribed criteria so that students were registered by the PMDC, but
many students currently enrolled in the medical colleges could face
problems in registration as the criteria had not been followed.
For instance, the Khyber Medical College, Peshawar, admitted 278
students against its quota of 250 approved by the PMDC. The Ayub
Medical College, Abbottabad, gave admission to 231 students against its
approved strength of 200 students in the first year. The Khyber Girls
Medical College, Peshawar, enrolled in first year MBBS 67 students,
though the approved number of seats was 50. The Saidu Medical College,
Swat, admitted 91 students this year against its sanctioned quota of 50
seats. Similarly, the Gomal Medical College, Dera Ismail Khan, admitted
85 students, 35 more than its sanctioned quota of 50 seats, the sources
According to them, students admitted in violation of
rules could face problems in future and it was the responsibility of
the principals of these institutions to come to their rescue.
There have been earlier examples in which students who were admitted by
violating the approved quota were denied registration by the PMDC.
"Five students of MBBS and eight of BDS of the Hamdard College of
Medicine and Dentistry (HCM&S), Karachi, are yet to be registered
by the PMDC despite the passage of three years," the sources
maintained. The college had admitted 105 students to MBBS against its
sanctioned seats of 100 and 33 students to BDS against its allotted
seats of 25 in 2006.
The PMDC also declined a request, through a letter, by the HCM&S principal for registration of the remaining students.
The sources said five medical colleges of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa had
admitted 152 more students than the sanctioned quota, who would face
problems in registration.
In the first year, students are
registered with the PMDC and they again are required to apply for
registration after completing their graduation.
The sources said the PMDC would recognise the students admitted on merit and the rest would not get registration. Dawn
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Disabled youth to get preference in NIP
Islamabad: Taking action on TheNation's story, the Ministry of Youth
Affairs on Wednesday issued special directives to the concerned
department for giving priority to the disabled and deserving students
in its project of the National Internship Programme (NIP). Federal
Minister for Youth Affairs, Shahid Hussian Bhutto has taken notice of
the story about a youth, Imran Ahmed Turk whose ordeal was published by
TheNation last month. The Minister contacted this scribe on Wednesday
to inform that due consideration has been paid in this regard and
deserving youths would be accommodated on the priority basis. He
continued that the NIP badge of 2009 would be closed on 15th of July
and soon after, the induction of 2010 batches would start, in which the
disabled and deserving candidates would be given priority over others.
"We open special help lines for convenience of the internees," the Minister added.
opined that the process of selection of internees took sometime in
order to ensure transparency and rule of merit. Replying to a question,
the Minister said, due to absence of Secretary NIP, the internees faced
difficulties in getting salaries, but now, he added, the problem is
It may be mentioned here that Imran was severely
injured when his bedroom's rooftop fell on him in October 8, 2005
earthquake. His legs and kidneys developed grim fractures and he
underwent multiple surgeries from Agha Khan Hospital Karachi. But this
nerve-wrecking trauma could not break Imran's resolve to pursue his
educational endeavours and support his family. The brave youth
completed his education and did four-year B.S honours in Applied
Geology from University of Muzaffarabad in first division. Soon after
completing education, Imran applied for the NIP last year so that he
could financially support his family and acquire some experience in
When Imran was informed on Wednesday about the
Minister's decision to accommodate the deserving candidates on priority
basis, he thanked the Minister with the hope that the merit would be
upheld and transparency be ensured. The nation
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