RBISE Matric results in August
Over 120,000 students appeared in exam
Rawalpindi, June 26: Rawalpindi Board of
Intermediate and Secondary Education is likely to announce the annual results of
Matric examinations in August, Controller of Examination (RBISE) Professor Abdul
Sattar Ramay said on Thursday. Talking to this agency he said the marking of
papers of over 120,000 students have already been completed. The news
"Federal Board has announced result of Metric last month. Students of RWP Board are frustrated and feel confused to wait for very long time. Teachers and Controller Examination should feel the agony of future generations."
City, Country: Rawalpindi
"matric reselt kab aye gaa"
City, Country: islamabad
"I request to Rawalpindi Board that please announce the result of Matric and HSSC Part 1 and 2. Bacause the students are very confused , they are saying that federal is the best because they announced the result of matric after one month. The student have not waited for long time."
Name: afaq abbasi
City, Country: Islamabad, Pakistan
"please tel me about when hssc-2 result will anounce."
Name: jahanzaib ali
City, Country: rawalpindi, pakistan
"result kab ae ga plz jaldi kare."
City, Country:rawalpindi, pakistan
"please active matric result immediate"
"please tell about result hssc-1 we r still waiting plz"
"hush oye jaldi result bejoo pindi board soya hua board hay pta ne itny tyme kiya krty rhty hian"
"bhai main buhat besabri sa intezar kar raha hon plz mujhe baata degiga matric k results k bare main mujhe mail kar k asjad gujjar."
Name: ch asjad meher
"when will this ******** result will announce...please tell me."
Name: sardar rehan
"plz 2001 ka result kya hai my roll munber is 119710 hai"
City, Country:rawalpindi pakistan
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Teachers to protest autonomous status for colleges
Rawalpindi: The representatives of college teachers in Punjab are
planning to hold protest rallies against the proposed autonomous status for
different colleges as the provincial education department seemed resolved to go
ahead with its plan.
The decision was announced by the Punjab Professors
and Lecturers Association (PPLA) in a press statement after their meeting with
higher education department secretary Abdul Ahad Cheema failed to resolve the
matter here on Friday.
The PPLA Rawalpindi chapter president Ilyas
Qureshi criticised the decision of the government to hand over the
administration of 26 colleges in the province to an autonomous board of
governors and said the decision would only affect the students who were getting
education in government institutions at affordable rate.
plan illogical, the representative of college teachers said the proposed
autonomous status for colleges would make education out of the reach of the
students who had been studying in reputed institutions like Gordon College and
Postgraduate College for Women, Six Road, against nominal charges.
Discussions with college teachers in the city and officials of the
education department showed that there was no favour for autonomous status to
old and reputed institutions.
The teachers said it was strange that the
government was planning to hand over colleges showing good results to the board
of governors. If the education department thinks the decision will improve
education quality it should implement the proposal in institutions showing not
good results, they added. Dawn
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LHC restrains FBISE from releasing Rs750 million
Rawalpindi: The Lahore High Court, Rawalpindi Bench, has restrained
Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) from releasing a
hefty amount of Rs750 million to launch a private housing scheme in Zone-4 of
Justice Asad Munir of the Lahore Court has issued stay orders
against release of any amount for the private housing society for the employees
of FBISE while acting on a petition filed by some employees of the board through
Chaudhry Afrasiab Khan advocate.
The petitioners including deputy
controllers Abdus Sattar Saleemi and Tariq Mahmood Chaudhry and others had taken
the plea that chairperson of FBISE without any lawful authority and some other
officials wanted to allocate Rs750 million for the housing society by getting
the same approved by the Board of Governors.
The petition states that
crossing the limits of their powers as defined in the FBISE Act 1975 and only to
accomplish personal agenda, the FBISE chairperson and some other officials known
to have run the private housing scheme in the name of FBISE Employees allocating
Rs750 million out of board's funds.
The petitioners say that FBISE
chairperson could not take such an illegal decision involving financial
implications and being trustees of the public funds the said decision amounts to
breach of trust punishable under the law.
They say that the society
membership has been launched and enlistment of innocent employees made without
specification of land and mode of payment, which is ambiguous.
petitioners further stated that release of such a huge amount would involve
immediate kickbacks and personal financial benefits in future to the
respondents. The court has also issued notices to respondents for June 30.
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AMC holds Medals ceremony
Rawalpindi: The 27th medals distribution ceremony at the Army Medical College
(AMC) was held here at College Auditorium on Friday, says an ISPR press
Lieutenant General Muhammad Rehan Burney, surgeon
general/director general of the Medical Services (Inter Services) of Pakistan
Army was chief guest on the occasion. He awarded medals and distinction
certificates to the graduates of 28th MBBS & BDS courses. It is worth
mentioning here that Army Medical College is an elite medical institute of the
country comprising highly qualified teaching faculty. It was established in 1977
and was affiliated with Quaid-i-Azam University.
Army Medical College was
recognised by General Medical Council, UK in 1982. Every year nearly 200 cadets
of Medical & Dental discipline graduate from this college.
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Position-holder students in Germany
Islamabad: The delegation of position-holder students which is
on a study tour of Europe on instructions of Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has
The students visited John Copping International Business
School before leaving for Germany where they were informed about academic
activities by Professor Thomas and Professor Robert.
The students also
visited Chalmer University Sweden. Dr. Nasir Jamal welcomed the delegation on
behalf of the university administration and informed them about Professor Gustav
Delian of the university who had won a Nobel Prize in physics. The students also
visited microbiology nano-technology and business administration departments of
The students also visited the university library which
has 63,000 books and 7,000 research journals and linked with Swedish and
Pakistani universities online. The students took keen interest in equipment
invented by a former professor of the university at a science exhibition. Later,
the delegation left for Germany by train.
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Students learn to live their dreams through cartoons
Islamabad: Children were motivated towards social work while giving loose
rein to their imagination through visual art in a five-day cartoon workshop,
which started on Friday at the City School.
Famous female cartoonist,
Nigar Nazar, conducted the workshop in which the students were asked to go into
the make belief world and draw themselves to be anyone they wanted to be. "I
taught them to create a world of their own and then feel themselves in that
desired world," she said while adding that imaginations were one of the most
important parts in children's life, which should not be suppressed in any
She through her lectures and demonstrations asked children to not
only become hero, but a super hero and to fight against various ills of the
society. The children who wanted to become doctors were asked to become super
doctors, who wanted to become engineer were asked to become super engineers and
those, who wanted to become a star were asked to become super
Nigar Nazar has for over 30 years rendered pictorial humour with a
down to earth pragmatism. These highly expressive cartoons have provided cheer
to gloomy days and attempt to beat the hypocrisy of society. Gogi cartoons have
appeared in newspapers, magazines and television around the world. Recently her
cartoons have been put on the exterior of seven buses in Pakistan. The children
all want to ride the colourful 'Gogi-bus.'
The workshop started with
Nigar cartoon where the Gogi (the cartoon character) was drawn flying in her
fantasy world. In the colourful fantasy world of Gogi the stars, moon and sun
was replaced by big balloons. "The actual purpose of this exercise is to create
a sense of patriotism among children, who through the concept of super hero are
motivated to fight against the evils and help others,' she said.
second day of the workshop, students would be given lessons to draw cartoons and
the final piece of every student would be animated at the end of workshop.
Moreover, all participating students would draw a mural, which would be
presented to some underprivileged school. The news
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