FBISE SSC Part-II result 2010
FBISE SSC result
Islamabad, June 28: The Federal Board of
Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) would announce results of
Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Part-II on Tuesday. The
result will be available on the Federal Board website www.fbise.edu.pk.
The landline numbers regarding results inquiring are 0519250651,
0519250666 and 0519250608.
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NIP beneficiaries demand regularisation
Islamabad: Thousands of the unemployed educated students,
benefiting the National Internship Programme (NIP), are doomed to be
rendered unemployed after one-year placement in different public sector
organizations, demanding of the government to strategise their
The government's internship program, aimed at
providing employment opportunity to the fresh graduates is said to be a
blessing but woes of the beneficiaries start adding as one-year period
of their placement nears ending.
Though some of the internees
get absorbed in the very offices, thousands of them are dragged to
unemployment owing to non- availability of funds or vacancies who doubt
their future amidst prevailing unemployment situation.
to Economic Survey of Pakistan 2010, "The global economic turmoil has
created unemployment around the world and in Pakistan 2.93 million of
the work force is unemployed. Mismatch in job and skills as well as the
temporary nature of most jobs is problematic."
The first phase
of National Internship Program (NIP) has been completed, placing 25,826
applicants at federal, provincial and district government levels.
Second phase of NIP was launched in February 2008. A total of 71,915
applications were received. So far 21,138 applications have been
verified by HEC and NADRA and are being placed.
"Nearly half a
million of youth have to seek jobs every year and we need to increase
skilled work force to enable them to get employment," according to
Minister for Youth Affairs Shahid Hussain Bhutto.
the situation, Zeeshan Arif, an internee placed at Pak Secretariat
here, said the internees feel their future imperilled because of no
hope for another job opportunity.
"Though it is good opportunity
to gain experience in relevant field, its impermanence undermines its
benefit. Thousands of the students, earning Rs10,000 per months have
either to go back home or to rely on their parents," he said.
The internees also complain of discriminatory treatment in various offices and that they are taken as burden.
the solution, Zaheer Ahmed, another internee, said, "The internees
should undergo a test prior to completion of their placement period for
their regularization. It should be the responsibility of the host
organization to allocate budget and create vacancies for the NIP
When contacted, the spokesman of the ministry
said basic objective of NIP is to provide students an experience in the
relevant field, paving way for another job in the future, though some
of them are absorbed at the very offices.
To question, he said
the ministry cannot direct the concerned organizations for their
regularization as any such decision would be subject to the
availability of funds and vacancies.
However, he said the youth
ministry is going to launch a small business scheme for unemployed
youth across the country. Under the program, the government would bear
initial cost of the business and both the literate and illiterate
youngsters will be eligible to avail the facility.
Survey suggests that youth should be absorbed productively well before
the period when old age dependency threatens this potential. "Consider
that the labour force is growing every year but the opportunities for
employment are declining and that too at a fast rate." Unemployment
rate decreased to 5.2 percent in 2007-08 from 6.2 percent in 2006-07.
However it has increased to 5.5 percent during 2008-09, states the
The official indicators show that the government has
targeted to provide internship to 80,000 educated youth by 2013 against
target of 30,000 in current fiscal, but according to the economic
experts, a workable solution for their permanent induction would bring
an end to frustration.
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QAU students facing acute water shortage
Islamabad: The students residing at the hostels of Quad-e-Azam
University (QAU) are facing acute water shortage as the Capital
Development Authority (CDA) these days has cut down water supply to
almost half of the normal supply.
There are seven hostels on the
premises of the university campus, which include three for girls and
four for boys. With the increase in temperature, the demand for
portable water has increased manifold but the supply of water in the
university campus is not enough to fulfil requirements of the students.
According to the information, looking into the options of
installing tube-wells to meet the water requirement of students, the
Earth Sciences Department of the University has recently conducted a
survey. The results of the survey revealed that the underground
waterbed was too low to install tube-wells.
It was only few days
ago when the students of MPhil and PhD students had staged protest
against the acute shortage of water in the university hostels. The
students were of the view that the shortage accompanied by frequent
power cut downs has made their lives quite hard especially now-a-days
when they were taking examinations.
QAU VC Dr Masoom Yasin Zai
had assured students that water supply would be restored very soon,
however, it never happened and the students are still facing the same
issue of water scarcity.
Nadeem Yasir said that it was true that hostel students were facing the
problem of water shortage these days but they were not getting enough
supply from CDA these days. "We are looking into the matter and have
asked CDA to increase water supply in the university campus so that the
requirements of students residing at hostels could be fulfilled," he
On the other hand Capital Development Authority (CDA)
spokesperson Ramzan Sajid said they were giving alternative day water
supply in the city but this supply was more than enough to meet the
daily requirement of portable water. "As far as QAU is concerned, it is
getting water from multiple sources including Simly Dam, Khanpur Dam
and Korang which should be enough to fulfil the requirements of the
students," he said.
Sajid said that the shortage of water was
the internal affair of the university, as the management was not
distributing water properly. "Even the alternative day supply could be
more than enough if it is distributed and utilised properly," he said.
said that CDA was supplying 58 million gallon water per day in the
capital city and they have enough water reservoirs to fulfil water
requirements till 29th July. "The monsoon would start from July 1st
after which the water supply would be increased," he added.
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Summer vacation and 'Chappar' hotels in capital
Islamabad: With the start of summer vacation in academic
institutions, business of 'chappar' hotels and kiosks affected a lot in
the capital because major chunk of their sale depends on students,
especially in the vicinity of universities and colleges in Sectors H-8
Roadside hotels and kiosks usually sell tea, cold
drinks, biscuits, cigarettes and some of them also serve proper food to
their clients who are usually daily-wage labourers and taxi drivers,
but the major part of their business depends on students because
numerically they are the largest customers for them.
Muhammad Khan, the owner of a 'chappar' hotel in Sector H-9, said: "Our
business depends on the students of National University of Modern
Languages (NUML) and Federal Government College for Men in Sector H-9.
Since the start of summer vacation in these academic institutions, our
sale is declining fast. We are six people working in the hotel and
during summer vacation it becomes tough to manage even salaries for
Samiullah, a kiosk owner in Sector H-9/1, said: "During
long vacation, this area becomes deserted, which affects my business
drastically. When universities are open, my earning fluctuates between
Rs4,000-5,000 per day. It gets reduced to Rs1,000 per day during
holidays in academic institutions".
Another owner of a 'chappar'
hotel, Muhammad Zareef Abbasi, said: "We are running business here
since 1990. There is a 70% reduction in our earnings during vacation
each year. These days, we are hardly earning Rs2,000 per day. Whereas
our earning is usually more than Rs10,000 during normal days. We are
seven people working here and we all belong to Murree."
that the site for the hotel was given to his brother on half rent on
the quota of disabled persons during Benazir Bhutto's first tenure.
"There are seven workers, including cooks and waiters, and we are
paying Rs6,000 per month to each one of them on an average. We have to
pay Rs700 to the Capital Development Authority (CDA) at the end of
every month, besides paying electricity and gas bills of the hotel," he
"We are thinking of closing down our hotel for two months
because we are going in a loss," he concluded. Muhammad Ayaz, who runs
a kiosk in Sector I-8, said: "We find our expenditures crossing our
income during summer vacation after paying utility bills, CDA rent
(Rs2,000 per month) and salaries of employees." The news
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No regular meeting of madressah reforms committee
Islamabad: The madressah reforms committee constituted by the
government after launching an education policy in September last year
has not met on a regular basis because government officials or
madressah representatives on the committee did not turn up at the
A senior government official said that over the
past few months, the committee could not hold a single meeting largely
because of Interior Minister Rehman Malik's preoccupation with security
issues or his absence from the country and occasionally because of
madressah representatives' foreign visits.
Under the new
education policy, the interior division has been given the task of
madressah reforms. Earlier, it was with the education ministry which
did not achieve any result.
The official said there was a
clear lack of interest on both sides; the government and office-bearers
of the Ittihad-i-Tanzeemati Madaris Pakistan (ITMP), a representative
body of five madressah boards.
ITMP's spokesperson Qari
Mohammad Hanif Jalandhry, who heads the Wafaqul Madaris, is on a visit
to the UK these days. Similarly, ITMP General Secretary Mufti
Munib-ur-Rehman is on a visit to the Philippines.
recall that since March a number of meetings of the madressah reforms
committee were scheduled, only to be cancelled, because its members
expressed their inability to attend on the given dates," the official
After 9/11, madressah reforms have been in the news,
because of seminaries' alleged role in fanning religious extremism in
the country. In 2001, Gen Pervez Musharraf promulgated an ordinance to
set up the Pakistan Madressah Education Board in the country. However,
the plan was shelved because representatives of the five madressah
boards refused to operate under the board. The education ministry spent
millions of rupees in the name of madressah reforms during 2001-2007,
but eventually recommended closure of the project.
government decided in March 2008 to shift madressah reforms from the
education ministry to interior division, and a formal decision in this
regard was announced in September 2009 with the unveiling of the new
Since then Interior Minister Rehman Malik
could hold only a couple of meetings of the committee which were for
setting the agenda. However, it largely failed to initiate the
long-awaited reforms, the official said.
The official said:
"The project has only been parked in the interior ministry, as I don't
see anything significant happening there".
On the other hand,
the task of madressah reforms is getting far more challenging with an
unprecedented increase in the overall enrolment of seminaries. Late
last year, the ITMP which has over 20,000 registered madressahs,
registered a 40 per cent increase in the number of their students.
Al-Arabia which belongs to the Deobandi school has over 12,000
seminaries with around 2.5 million students. Rabata-ul-Madaris
Al-Islamia which is run by Jamaat-i-Islami has 632 madressahs on its
list with 90,000 students. Wafa-qul-Madaris Alsalfia of the
Ahl-e-Hadith school has 466 registered madressahs with a total
enrolment of over 55,000. Tanzeem-ul-Madaris of the Brelvi school has
over 6,000 registered seminaries and 120,000 students.
Wafa-qul-Madaris Ashia, a madressah board belonging to the Shia school has 507 madressahs with over 10,000 students. Dawn
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