Rawalpindi Board Matric result 2012
Rawalpindi Board to announce Matric result
Rawalpindi, July 24: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Rawalpindi
will announce the Matric result tomorrow (July 25) while Matric part-I
(Ninth class) result would be announced on August 15.
to Chairman Education Board Rawalpindi, Dr. Muhammad Ashraf error free
results is being prepared through online and manual systems. Both the
systems have also provided a check and balance in this regard.
the introduction of new system, students will be able to check their
results on the websites of their respective boards, besides being able
to get their results on a CD for Rs100. The Punjab government has
introduced an online admission and results system in all eight boards
and banned the manual system of announcing results, he added. Students
will get their result details on their respective boards' websites and
through CDs and the board will not issue any gazette of the result.
an online system will be used for registration for future exams. He
further told that 10 days would also be given to the students after
summer vacations for the registration of ninth class.Dr. Muhammad Ashraf
said dates for FA, FSc, Part I and Part II result would be announced
later. The news
"online system is away from villager so its my requist that manual system is best"
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1,200 teachers without salary
Islamabad: Over 1,200 teachers working under Federal
Directorate of Education (FDE) who were promoted in basic pay scales
(BPS) through time scale formula could not get the salary for the month
Their problems will further increase because employees of the Auditor
General of Pakistan Revenues (AGPR) are on strike and teachers revised
salary slips could not be prepared.
According to sources, on June 15, 1,071 teachers of BPS 18 to 20, and
over 250 teachers of BPS 16 to 17 were promoted through time scale
formula but they are still waiting for their salaries.
A teacher requesting not to be quoted said at the start of the month
of July, they started waiting for the salary but they were told that it
will take some days to prepare revised salary slips.
"After a fortnight we started asking about the salary from account
sections but we only got promises. Now account section has told us that
employees of AGPR have been demanding a bonus equaling one basic salary -
a similar bonus has already been approved for CBR. So they are on
strike and as long as they are on strike, revised salary slips cannot be
prepared," he said.
"Month of Ramazan has started and if strike continues we will not get
the salary even at the time of Eid, so government should take necessary
steps to solve the issue," he said.
Another teacher requesting anonymity said that there is confusion
about salaries and there are some teachers who have been claiming that
their salaries have been reduced.
A teacher said the employees of AGPR are on strike but they managed
to get a rough statement and came to know that previously his salary was
Rs28,400 and now after getting time scale promotion his salary has been
reduced by Rs200 and his new salary will be Rs28,200.
"We do not know what is going on in AGPR but at least decision makers
should consider our problems because it has become difficult for us to
afford our expenses," he said.
Spokesman for Federal Government College Teachers Association Prof
Tahir Mehmood, said teachers who have not
received their salary have been suffering. They have to run their houses
and for that money is required.
"There are also ambiguities regarding salary slips of teachers and
they have been complaining that their salary will be decreased. Relevant
department should take steps to resolve the issue," he said.
Joint Secretary of Ministry of Capital Administration and Development
Rafique Tahir said salary delays were a normal practice after promotion
but strike of AGPR employees had further increased the problem.
"We have been trying to solve the issue but I have heard that AGPR
employees are planning not to prepare the salary of all employees for
the month of July. In that case, the issue will further increase. As far
as decrease in amount of salary is concerned, some times it happens that salary decreases because of
technical errors but it is for sure that teachers' salaries will be
increased," he said. Dawn
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Power outages keep students away from summer camps
Islamabad: The prevailing hot weather conditions and power outages have made it
difficult for the students to join the summer camps being offered by
different institutions to engage them in academic, physical and creative
Summer camps, once considered as a source of
engaging students in academic and co-curricular activities, have lost
attraction for most of the children as they feel burden to travel in the
scorching heat to take part in creative activities.
the advent of summer vacation, most of the private as well as a few
public institutions had offered summer camps with several attractions
like art, craft, music, dance performing arts, painting, book reading
and other sports and recreational activities.
schools and other organizations like the National Book Foundation (NBF),
the Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA), the National Press
Club (NPC) and different galleries arranged summer camps for the
students and offered different kinds of activities.
have not sent my children to attend the summer camps due to severe hot
weather conditions this year. Frequent power outages have made the
children lethargic and less active and they are unable to focus on such
activities when their mind is not relaxed," Shahina, a mother said.
of the children face diseases due to severity of weather so being
parents "we can't compromise the health of our children for the sake of
keeping them intact with their academic routine and studies".
teacher said, "No doubt summer camps prove quite helpful in improving
the proficiency level of the students in the difficult subjects but they
need relaxation and break from the hectic study routine."
institutions, which are offering quality summer courses with good
facilities, are not affordable for a common man, he said. Summer camps
are designed to provide kids/teenagers with a variety of activities like
hiking, canoeing, campfires, performing arts, music, magic, computers,
language learning, and mathematics and weight loss. The basic theme
following summer camps is to let the children, take healthy risks under
safe environment without compromising education and self development.Due
to such programmes children get an opportunity to explore and
resultantly they become able to take a decision about their future
endeavours. The news
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