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FBISE SSC Part-I result
Islamabad, July 15: The Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary
Education (FBISE) will announce the result of Secondary School Certificate
Part-I Annual Examination, 2011 on July 15 (Friday). The result will also be
available on federal board' website www.fbise.edu.pk and telephone numbers
9250651, 9250666, 9250608, said a news release issued here on Wednesday. The
result will also be available on SMS unified code 5050 and the candidates will
be required to send SMS in the format FB[roll number].
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Plagiarism allegations UoP VC challenges HEC letter in PHC
Peshawar: University of Peshawar Vice-Chancellor Dr Azmat Hayat Khan Wednesday challenged in the
Peshawar High Court (PHC) the letter of the Higher Education Commission (HEC) to
the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa governor to probe his alleged involvement in plagiarism.
He filed the writ petition through Abdus Samad advocate, claiming that
the HEC had unlawfully issued a letter to the governor to check his alleged
involvement in plagiarism.
The petition said that under the HEC
prescribed rules concerning plagiarism, the respective universities were
authorized to verify such cases. It said the HEC had an independent body of
Qualitative Enhancement cell in each university and verified such complaints
through 'Turnitine Software.'
It argued that the HEC body had verified
the plagiarism complaint against the vice chancellor and cleared him of the
allegations. It said that after verification, the HEC had no power or authority
to issue a second letter to the governor to check the matter. The petitioner
requested the high court to declare the HEC letter void and against the law.
Under the plagiarism policy 2007, the petition said, the HEC had even no
power to take up plagiarism cases that occurred before 2007 until the author
raised an objection before the authorities concerned. In the petitioner's case,
there was no complaint from the author, it added.
About two weeks ago,
the governor's office asked the HEC to constitute a committee under its
supervision to probe the alleged involvement of the vice-chancellor in
plagiarism. The HEC has received a letter (SO (HE.I)/6(1) 6/010/1832-33) from
the Governor's Secretariat, stating: that "keeping in view the gravity of the
situation, the governor-chancellor is pleased to desire that the HEC may
constitute a committee under its own supervision and furnish
findings-recommendations for the perusal of the honourable KP
After receiving the letter, the HEC in reply issued its letter
to the KP governor in which it requested the governor/chancellor to probe the
matter of alleged involvement of the vice-chancellor in
Muhammad Zubair, an assistant professor in the Law College,
had accused Dr Azmat Hayat Khan of plagiarism. The vice-chancellor reportedly
said that he took action as vice-chancellor against the teacher for taking part
in a demonstration and that this could be the main reason for the complaint
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HEC asks universities to submit data for ranking by 15th
Islamabad: July 15 is the last date announced by Higher Education Commission (HEC) for all the public
and private universities across the country to submit their data for carrying
out ranking but very few universities have submitted their data yet.
official of HEC told APP that all public and private Higher Education
Institutions (HEIs) were asked to submit their data by July 15 for carrying out
ranking process but around 10 out of 132 universities have submitted their data.
HEC is taking the initiative of ranking the universities to help strengthen
their indigenous quality culture and improve international visibility. The HEC
has already directed the universities to meet the deadline for providing
authentic data and those which failed to provide data will be ranked zero by
placing them at the bottom in the ranking list to be published through print
HEC' initiative to carry out quality based ranking of Higher
Education Institutions (HEIs) is aimed at international compatibility, primarily
based on the QS Ranking System acceptable widely across countries. The
commission has taken various initiatives to bring HEIs of Pakistan at par with
international standards and ranking is one of the measures to scale the success
of efforts to achieve international competitiveness in education, research and
Since QS World Ranking is considered as one of the effective
quality based ranking of HEIs at international level so HEC has desired to build
the capacity of Pakistani universities to get more international visibility
through reflection in international rankings including QS Ranking.
rankings of universities are very important for students, parents, employers,
government organizations, policy makers and other stakeholders and the results
will change the context in which universities are functioning currently, the
official said. The ranking is self-learning and self-improving exercise which is
meant for benefiting the academic and research communities programmes of the
HEC is also increasing number of its Quality Enhancement Cells
(QEC) to ensure quality education in private and sector universities across the
The initiative is launched with 10 Quality Enhancement Cells
(QEC) established in 2005 and now its number are growing gradually rising to 84.
HEC has put in place the model of quality assurance nationally in 740 programmes
so far which will encompass all the programmes of institutes of higher learning
in the country, thereby helping to improve the programme quality and enhance
student learning. HEC is also facilitating the universities by providing
guidelines, training, awareness seminars and workshops along with introducing
the Quality Assurance Model in the country. A number of steps taken in this
regard include the integration of the concept of quality assurance in higher
learning to achieve enhanced levels of international compatibility.
this purpose, the internationally accepted best practices relating to both
internal and external quality assurance have been introduced in the higher
learning sector of the country and these involve extensive input related to the
development of quality criteria, processes and capacity building.
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VC challenges HEC's jurisdiction, authority in PHC
Islamabad: Challenging jurisdiction and authority of the Higher Education Commission (HEC) in dealing
with plagiarism cases, University of Peshawar Vice Chancellor Dr. Azmat Hayat
Khan has filed a writ petition in the Peshawar High Court (PHC) in which he
asked the court to refrain the HEC from taking any action on the grounds of
alleged plagiarism against him.
According to the copy of the petition
available with this scribe, the petitioner claimed that the HEC cannot entertain
and adjudicate upon any alleged act of plagiarism hence the very initiation of
proceedings to this effect would have no backing from the law laid down on the
subject hence liable to interference in the exercise of constitutional
jurisdiction of the court.
"There exists nothing in the ordinance itself
on basis whereof functionaries of the HEC can take cognisance of the matter so
as to resolve the matter in controversy, as such, correspondence and ultimate
proposed action cannot be legitimately maintained, therefore, interest of
justice demands that stillborn incompetent acts and/or correspondence suggesting
action shall be laid at rest at their inception thereby saving petitioner from
agony of uncalled for and unwarranted penal consequences," said the
It is further stated in the petition that even if the matter is
assumed (without conceding it) to be within domain of the HEC, even then as per
HEC plagiarism policy, cases prior to 2007 i.e. the year of framing policy
cannot be opened, as such, degree of the petitioner being of 1990 is prior to
the coming into force of the policy hence cannot become subject matter of
proceedings on the alleged ground of plagiarism.
The petitioner claimed
that there is no semblance of reality in allegations qua plagiarism on the part
of petitioner and no fruitful results would ensue even if the case proceeds
further but the fact remains that in HEC Ordinance, no penalty is prescribed
even if plagiarism is proved on the face of the record so much so that a single
word is not forthcoming in entire ordinance where from one can infer that anyone
indulging in plagiarism can be visited with penalties. Viewing the matter in
this perspective, authorities under HEC are not at all competent to penalise
anyone on such ground.
That the respondent (HEC) has stepped its efforts
to get the petitioner vexed in spite of having no authority but is bent upon to
get frivolous case initiated against the petitioner hence he is constrained to
approach this august court with a ray of hope in the glory of justice to deny
him no what this court can and to which he legally entitled.
petitioner claimed that the impugned acts of the respondents (HEC) smack of
malafide on its part besides the fact that it has got not jurisdiction rather is
supposed to lay its hands off but every attempt on the part of the petitioner to
pursue the respondent because of being an exercise in futility but has failed
hence the instant petition.
HEC Chairman Dr.
Javaid Laghari said that the HEC makes the educational policies while it is its
responsibility to ensure quality education. "When it comes to quality, it is
about the discouragement of plagiarism. The HEC has a clear policy against
plagiarism and has zero tolerance for it," he said.
He said that all
universities' follow the policies of the HEC, including the plagiarism policy,
hence the University of Peshawar should also follow it. 'The chancellor of the
university that is the KP governor, has also authorised the HEC to take
appropriate action against the alleged plagiarism committed by the VC of the
University of Peshawar," he said. The news
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