FBISE SSC exams 2010 result : Girls outshine boys
Girls outshine boys in FBISE SSC exams
Rawalpindi, June 30: The girls clinched top three positions in the Annual
Examination 2010 of the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Part-II, according to
the results announced by the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary
Education (FBISE) here on Tuesday.
Manifesting growing trend of women
education, particularly in science disciplines, three female students topped
Science Group with Hareem Nisar of Hitec School and College for Girls, Taxila
Cantonment, standing first, by obtaining 1018 marks, Nimra Sadiq of Air Base
Inter College, Mushaf, Sargodha Cantonment, secured second and Mahnoor Amin of
Hitec School and College for Girls, Taxila, clinched third positions by securing
1016 and 1015 marks respectively.
In Humanities Group, Afshan Zahra of
H.H Shaikh Rashid Al Makhtoum Pakistan School, UAE secured first position by
obtaining 946 marks, and Ryehah Batool Shah of CDA Model School, I-9/4,
Islamabad, secured second position with 926 marks.
The only boy Hafiz
Ahmad Ali of Institute of Islamic Sciences, Satra Meel, Islamabad, bagged the
third position in the group with 918 marks.
Out of 56,561 students, who
appeared in the examination, 44,337 could pass, making the pass percentage as
78.69 per cent.
Out of total 43,506 regular candidates, 38,615 passed the
exam while only 5,722 private candidates out of 13,055 could clear the
Science Group contained 32,745 regular candidates against
3,933 private ones, who could pass the examination while 5,870 regular and 1,789
private candidates could pass under the Humanities Group.
According to a
notification issued by the FBISE, about 93 unfair means cases were reported this
year. Out of these 93 cases, 34 cases have been decided whereas 59 cases are
still under process. A judicious procedure was adopted to decide the
As per notification, the supplementary examination of SSC is
scheduled to be held from September 21, 2010 and admission fee can be submitted
up to July 22 and later on till August 02 with double fee.
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Name: Ghazanfar Hussain
City, Country: lahore
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City, Country: Multan,Pakistan
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Name: asim khan
City, Country: rwp, pakistan
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Name: usman taxila hmc
City, Country: islambad
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Name: isfaq hashmi
City, Country: multan pakistan
"congrates all.well when hssc-i result will be anounced?"
City, Country: islamabad
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Rawalpindi: Syeda Haya Binte Junaid got 959 marks in the
Secondary School Certificate Annual Examination 2010 of the Federal Board of
Intermediate and Secondary Education, and stood first in the Silver Oaks School
(Girls Wing), Firdousi Lane, says a press release. She is daughter of Syed
Shahid Junaid. The news
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Private schools protest fee hike
Rawalpindi: The owners of private schools here on Tuesday staged a
protest rally against the provincial government's decision to raise examination
fee for their students.
The protestors gathered outside Rawalpindi Press
Club and chanted slogans against the decision of Punjab Boards Chairmen
Committee. They also demanded abolition of the new fee structure.
General Secretary All Pakistan Private Schools Management Association
Amir Anwar said nine examination boards in the province had revised their fee
structure for private students and now each student has to pay Rs700 as
registration fee, which was earlier Rs400.
He said the Board of
Intermediate and Secondary Education Rawalpindi used to charge every private
student Rs320 as examination fee that has now been increased to Rs620.
The private students would also be charged Rs100 for examination form
that previously cost Rs50.
He claimed that the private students were
being charged extra fee in order to compensate the examination boards for the
revenue loss due to Punjab government's decision to abolish examination and
registration fees for regular students at the matriculation and intermediate
An official of the examination board desiring not to be named
said it was not unjust to charge private schools more as they received
exorbitant fees from their students.
Meanwhile, the Lahore High Court
suspended the notification increasing the fees for private students till
Wednesday and directed the BISE officials to respond to a petition filed by a
private school owner in Chakwal. Dawn
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QAU syndicate meeting likely in July
Islamabad: The long awaited meeting of syndicate of Quaid-e-Azam University
(QAU) is expected in July as President Asif Ali Zardari, being chancellor of the
university, has finalized its members.
Dr Muhammad Masoom Yasinzai, the
vice chancellor of QAU said in an exclusive interview that all the
pending issues of the campus regarding PhD admissions and GRE test, employees'
promotions and new appointments, security concerns and hostel affairs etc would
be discussed in the syndicate meeting.
Yasinzai, who took charge as the
VC of QAU in February this year, said that despite having ambitious plans for
the next 10 years, the main focus of the university is on quality instead of
The VC added that QAU will continue to excel in the field of
education by offering new and innovative learning opportunities. "QAU is
planning to establish School of Political Science and International Relations to
broaden the educational system. Similarly, establishment of School of Economics
and Linguistics are in pipeline," he said.
Yasinzai said QAU is planning
to affiliate Islamabad colleges. "Leader of the House in Senate Syed Nayar
Hussain Bukhari some months ago requested us to affiliate Islamabad colleges,"
QAU launched a Campus Management Solution (CMS) in April – the
first of its kind in any educational institution in the country. Yasinzai said
the project is leading to streamline processes, reduce manual handling of
Explaining CMS, the VC said data showed that CMS is aimed at
providing students and faculty members with immediate access to real-time
information and connects that information to specific action. CMS has been
logically divided into several modules, each of which maps a university
function/department. "HEC has given a new vision that is fast changing the
educational environment in higher learning institutions. We hope that HEC will
continue to provide the required assistance to universities in pursuance of
their goals," he said.
Talking about student politics in the campus, VC
said that he is not at all against students politics and establishment of
student councils in the campus but against provincialism, extremism and
radicalism. "Students' recognitions must be as Quaidians and not of any
province," he said. Yasinzai said he is spending money on cultural,
co-curricular and extra-curricular activities to get students engaged in better
In reply to a question about campus and hostels security,
Yasinzai said hostels are 100 percent weapons free and security is very tight
under the vigilant eyes of security officials. "QAU and Analytical Solutions
(Pvt) Ltd has inked a contract regarding Campus Security Project few months
back. Under the contract, the company will provide Radio Frequency
Identification Device (RFID) based security cards to students and staff for
limited access on university premises, with the log of individual anywhere in
the university," the VC said.
He said 12 Close Circuit Televisions
(CCTVs) are also installed on various locations to monitor activities of
different within the premises of the university. The company will also provide
SMS alert service on admissions, semester and examination results along with
Interactive Voice Response (IVR).
The VC said, "As far as the security
of students is concerned we are taking every possible step to ensure that
students spend their time in safe and secure educational environment. We are now
turning towards all possible options and introduction of RFID cards is major
part of our plan regarding credible security inside the university."
reply to a water and energy crisis of which students are facing immense
problems, VC said, "CDA has reduced the supply of water but we are working on to
cope the problems. Unfortunately there is no underground water available inside
and around QAU lands otherwise we would have installed tube wells." He said that
they had talked to the government to build a small dam somewhere near QAU to
resolve the crisis.
Prof Yasinzai urged government to release funds to
complete some of the important projects that were pending due to lack of
sufficient funds. Daily times
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Islamabad: A two-week 35th annual summer college of the Pakistan Atomic
Energy Commission (PAEC) will commence at Nathiagali from Wednesday (today). Dawn
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RCCI-NUST ink MoU to enhance cooperation
Rawalpindi: The Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI) and
National University of Science and Technology (NUST) inked a memorandum of
understanding to enhance mutual cooperation in research and development
RCCI President Kashif Shabbir and Director General National
Business School of NUST, Dr. Ashfaq Hassan Khan, singed the memorandum of
understanding in this regard at the campus of the university here on
Speaking on the occasion Kashif Shabbir said that strong link
between business and academia for conducting research in industry is need of the
hour. He termed that the MoU would provide opportunities to the students of the
varsity to work practically in any of his/ her interested
"Research is mandatory for the uplift of local industry and
students can conduct research work for the betterment of the industry," he said.
He said that RCCI platform is there to facilitate the students and educational
institutes in this regard.
Kashif Shabbir was the view that students
could bring revolutionary changes in industry while conducting research work and
it will help them in the future for their practical life as well.
said that RCCI has already signed MoU with the various institutes of the region
to promote the business activities.
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80 teachers get training certificates
Islamabad: Montessori material and methodology workshop certificate were
given to the teachers in a ceremony held at Roots National Institute of Teacher
Training and Education (RNITTE) here on Tuesday.
The second training
batch included 80 participants from all walks of life including teachers from
rural areas, government schools, housewives, young mothers, professional
doctors, fashion designers attended the workshop.
District Governor of Lions Club International Mohammad Iqbal Majid was the guest
of honour whereas Senator Nilofar Bakhtiar was the chief guest on the
Senator Nilofar Bakhtiar said that each time she visits Roots
School System she has seen them reaching new heights. "Whenever I need any help
for civil society, Roots is always there to contribute. The teachers are the
chosen ones as the prophets were chosen to teach the humanity they are also
chosen to teach the children. "We need to child to become a good human being as
this terrorism has taken the innocence from our youth. Our child is born with
the conflict all around us. A child of today sees conflict all around him
whereas we had a very comfortable childhood. We should understand his anxiety
and train and guide him accordingly. As teachers you can set the tone for the
society and take out pessimism from their lives."
Director Roots School
System Faisal Mushtaq while speaking on the occasion said that RNITTE was formed
with the aim of imparting teacher training to bridge the gap and develop a pool
of professionally certified teachers and so far 6,000 teachers have been
Founder Director Riffat Mushtaq said that this workshop is
based on Maria Montessori's Principals which has a modular structure and
comprises significant topics such as absorbant mind, sensitive periods, child
stages of development, deviation and normality and 5 subjects of Montessori i-e
EPL, Sensorial, Math, Language and Culture. Later the chief guest rewarded the
certificates to the participants.
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SZABIST inks MoU with ICCI
Islamabad: The 11th National Research Conference on 'Management and Computer
Sciences' was organised by Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and
Technology (SZABIST) here on Tuesday.
National Assembly Deputy Speaker
Faisal Karim Kundi was the chief guest on the occasion while Islamabad Chamber
of Commerce and Industry (ICCI) President Zahid Maqbool was the guest of
Over 170 research papers were presented during the conference
that was attended by large numbers of students from SZABIST and other prominent
educational institutions of the country.
On the occasion, SZABIST also
signed MoU with ICCI with an aim to increase interaction with industry,
fostering the research and development activities and providing internship
opportunities to students. Syed Asad Hussain, Campus Head, SZABIST and Zahid
Maqbool, President of ICCI, signed the MoU.
Addressing the gathering
Faisal Karim Kundi said that academic research is not confined to libraries or
discussion groups only, but it has also vital implications for those who are
delivering best of the goods and services 'to create and sustain human happiness
on the face of earth.' The deputy speaker urged the trade bodies and
associations to help universities establish centres of excellence, technology
incubation centres and R&D departments to innovate new products and services
for domestic and international markets as well.
He hoped that SZABIST
would continue to explore new avenues of achieving academic excellence and
leading the market trends. He said, "MoU will go a long way in strengthening the
very fabric of the business and industry and will help produce highly valuable
solutions for the problems being faced by the industry".
said that there should be a strong connection between academia and Industry due
to which ICCI signed MoU with SZABIST to provide internship and employment
opportunities to the students and use researchers' experience for the industrial
growth. SZABIST Campus Head Syed Asad Hussain said that only four per cent of
the Pakistani population has access to higher education. The news
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