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300 AIOU students still waiting for detailed mark-sheets
Islamabad, June 21: More than 300 students of MSc Gender & Women Studies (session 2008-2010) of Allama
Iqbal Open University (AIOU), Islamabad, are facing problems, as they have not
received their detailed mark-sheets yet.
Around 300 students were
enrolled in AIOU in the programme of MSc Gender & Women Studies in session
2008-2010. Although they have passed the examination yet they are still waiting
for their detailed mark-sheets.
Many students said that the concerned officers are not ready to solve their problems and they
are using delaying tactics.
They said officials in Examination Department
are saying that the department has offered this programme without the approval
of Academic Council and they would not issue the detailed mark-sheets until the
approval of the programme.
A student, on condition of anonymity, said
that he has got admission in M.Phil programme of Quaid-i-Azam University but his
admission wouldn't be secure until he submit his detailed mark-sheets, but no
one at the AIOU is ready to help him.
He said like him all the students
are badly suffering and worried about their future. They said that if the
programme was not approved then why it was offered. "The VC AIOU should take
notice of this mismanagement and issue us detailed mark-sheets so that we could
get admission for further studies," he added.
Head of Department Gender & Women Studies AIOU Dr. Riffat Haq said that
there was little misunderstanding at the Examination Department because of the
bifurcation of full-credits courses, which has created confusion. He said that
students don't know the exact situation that's why they are saying that
programme was not approved. The fact is that the programme was already approved
and now we have again discussed this issue in the meeting of Academic Council
and the students would get their detailed mark-sheets very soon.
"PLEASE TELL ME HOW CAN I GET MY MARK SHEET OF B.A"
Name: MUHAMMAD FIAZ
City, Country: CHUNIAN,PAKISTAN
"dear sir i pass ba allama iqbal open univirsity but my mark sheet still i no received. plz send my mark sheet thanks your all staff zaheer yousaf roll no af443764 reg no. 10kbr00027 bhimber ak"
Name: zahere yousaf
"Sir um pasing my program of f.a.nd i um not recieve my marke sheet.due to mark shet .i cant adm in b.a .so plz sir send my mark sheet as soon as possible."
Name: Sajid irfan
City, Country:P.o talwandi district kasur .tehsil chunian
"main Mirza Zahir Baig jo k FA ka Student tha.mera Roll No.AE378831 ha main ne abi Spring 2013 main Fa pass kiya ha.or agey BA main Dakhalah lena ha.is liye mehairbani farma kar meri FA ki Mark Sheet Jalad az jalad behji jay tah k main dakhala jaldi le sakun.last date kareeb a rai ha."
Name: Mirza Zahir Baig
City, Country: Mirpur Azda Kashmir
"sir I have done my ba mass.com in 2013 but still I dont recive my mark sheet plz send my mark sheet I will be very thankful to u my roll num is AN427870"
Name: Walid Raza
City, Country: Taxila
"I shoud be self marks sheet"
Name: Sobia mukhtar
City, Country: Islamabad, Pakistan
"Dear sir i clear my B.A and now how can i get the detail marks certificate and Provisional certificate please sir tell me how can i get?"
Name: Mujahid ul haq
City, Country: Karak, Pakistan
"Sir i have clear my b.a n i have not recieve my marksheet kindly send me,i will b thankfull to you?"
City, Country: Islamabad, Pakistan
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Teachers, staff stage protest against closure of BECS
Islamabad: Hundreds of teachers and administrative staff of the Basic Education Community Schools
(BECS) currently being run under National Education Foundation (NEF) on Monday
staged a protest march and sit-in in front of the Parliament House against
closure of the programme from July 1 under the 18th Amendment.
protesters were carrying placards and banners chanted slogans against the
alleged apathy of the government and maintained that the decision to close down
these institutions would deprive over 15,000 teachers and administrative staff
of their jobs.
The programme is likely to be closed from July 1, as
neither federal government nor the provincial governments have allocated any
budget for it and provinces also refused to adopt it, which has caused extreme
level of frustration among the employees and students.
information, the project has basic community schools in the country with more
than 550,000 students belonging to the poorest families. Around 1,000 schools
are running for the last 10 years as the current project has succeeded the
earlier project of non-formal basic education initially started in 1996. The
project is being implemented in conformity with international communities like
MDGs and EFA goals to which Pakistan is signatory.
The protestors were of
the view that article 25-A and 37(b) declared basic education as a fundamental
right of every citizen and closure of community schools would amount to
depriving people of their basic right.
The speakers said people might
lodge constitutional petitions against the closure of schools as devolution
means shifting of responsibility from the federation to the provinces and not
elimination of social facilities serving the poorest in the
Later, addressing a press conference in the National Press Club,
the officials of the NEF condemned the government's decision to wind up the
programme and urged the authorities to review the decision.
Director Saadia Atta Ghuman said that there was no mention in 18th Amendment to
make an end to NEF and snatch jobs from teachers and deprive students of the
She demanded of the government to pass a
resolution and regularise the BECS programme to avoid unemployment and
illiteracy. "Only those students take admission in our schools who could not
afford fee, books and other educational expenses, which are being provided free
of cost in the BECS schools," she said.
She said that winding up of such
a successful project would cause serious embarrassment at international level
especially while negotiating with donors for social sector development. The news
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Graft probe against former RMC principal
Rawalpindi: A three-member special committee formed by Punjab Chief
Minister Shahbaz Sharif will start a graft probe against a former principal of
Rawalpindi Medical College (RMC) from June 23.
Professor Dr Mussadiq Khan, who had been made OSD and left the country two
months ago, faces the charges of embezzlement, misuse of power, and installing
faculty machinery, including MRI and incinerator, in the government hospitals in
The provincial government had removed Dr Khan from his post on
March 15 last year.
The committee, headed by Secretary Auqaf Arshad Bin Ahmed, comprises King
Edward Medical University Vice Chancellor Professor Dr Asad Aslam and Planning
and Development Chief Khalid Javed.
Sources in the RMC said the body was formed after complaints of misuse of
power against Dr Khan and the fact that he went abroad without taking a
mandatory No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the provincial government.
Members of the body are arriving in Rawalpindi on Tuesday and start work on
June 23. They will stay in the city for three days.
Sources said though Dr Khan and his accountant Mohammad Tariq alias Brigadier
are out of the country, the committee would "scrutinise documents and
investigate 28 officials of RMC and allied hospitals".
They said earlier the health department launched internal inquiry against the
former principal and held him responsible for installing faulty machinery at
Benazir Bhutto Hospital (BBH), Holy Family Hospital (HFH) and District
Headquarters (DHQ) Hospital worth more than Rs300 million.
The incinerator and MRI machine at HFH, CT Scan Machine at BBH and
air-conditioners at the three allied hospitals went out of order soon after
installation, according to sources.
The committee will also investigate the allegation of getting bogus house job
certificate for Dr Bilal Mussadiq, son of Dr Khan, from the HFH. It will also
look into allegations of setting aside rules for purchasing medicines for the
Dr Khan went to America without getting permission from the provincial
government after he was made OSD and an inquiry was conducted by a special Task
Force of the Chief Minister's Secretariat into alleged corruption cases at RMC
and allied hospitals.
Dr Khan had battled in vain to save the life of Benazir Bhutto when she was
brought to then Rawalpindi General Hospital following a gun and bomb attack as
she left an election rally at Liaquat Bagh on December 27, 2007. The hospital
was later named after Ms Bhutto.
According to media reports, ironically Mr Khan's doctor father, Sadiq Khan,
was on duty at his Rawalpindi hospital in October 1951 when Liaquat Ali Khan,
Pakistan's first prime minister, was brought in after he was gunned down at a
rally in the same park where Ms Bhutto was attacked. The park was later named
Liaquat Bagh after him. Dawn
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Foundation School student does the nation proud!
Rawalpindi: Twelve-year-old Fatima Noor, a student of The Foundation School, brought laurels to the nation
as her artwork titled 'Monkey Car' was the only one from all over Pakistan to be
selected in the 'My Dream Car Drawing Contest' organised by the Toyota Motor
Company, Japan, says a press release.
Earlier, more than 120,000 entries
from over 50 countries around the world were sent for this prestigious
competition. Three talented students, Fatima Noor, Ali Ishaq and Adeel Ahmed, of
The Foundation School were declared national winners.
Pakistan has made
it to the world contest in Japan as Fatima Noor's artwork 'Monkey Car' is the
only one from all over Pakistan to be selected. She has won an all-expense-paid
visit to Japan with a guardian sponsored by the company.
Almighty Allah for recognising our aspirations and endeavours and making our
dreams come true. We are an institution with a conception that a teacher's
responsibility is not only to enlighten the minds of the students but also with
proper guidance and steering, exert their inherent qualities. Thus not only
edifying them but also grooming and polishing their personalities," said Madiha
Imran, principal of The Foundation School, on this joyous
Fatima Noor has first been invited to Karachi for a function
specially organised by the Toyota Indus Motors, Pakistan, in her honour. She has
made the whole nation proud!
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Student of The City School selected for IGGY
Islamabad: The City School's Capital Campus nominated its student Bakht Jamshaid Baryar for
International Gateway for Gifted Youth (IGGY); a programme of University of
Bakht Baryar, an 'A' Level student, was selected to attend
the two-week course 'Global Leaders' on scholarship in August 2010. The aim the
University of Warwick's programme is to identify the top youth of the world in
terms of ability and intelligence.
Bakht made an excellent contribution
to the programme and proved himself a strong leader. This year, too, Bakht has
been selected by Warwick Junior Commission of International Gateway for Gifted
Youth (IGGY). The second of its type, the commission is encompassing only ten
students from across the globe. The selection for the highly competitive
commission was done internationally after a very challenging essay competition.
The entrants were required to submit an essay on, "Do you think complacency
remains in your country after the perceived failure of the Copenhagen Summit?"
The winning entrants were then short listed by a panel of leading human rights
lawyers, academia and students from around the world. In addition; upholding the
debating tradition of The City School Bakht has also been selected for
participation in the Vienna Model United Nations; a highly prestigious MUN
arranged by the United Nations Youth and Student Association of Austria and
Academic Forum for Foreign Affairs.
The school has congratulated Bakht on
his achievements and his teachers whose dedication has culminated to this
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Fazlehaq College students shine in SSC exams
Peshawar: The Fazlehaq College produced outstanding results in the
Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Part-I and II examinations 2011 conducted by
the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Mardan. In SSC Part-I, the
Fazlehaq College Mardan students scored the highest marks and secured top three
positions, while overall success ratio in Part-I was 99 per cent and that in
Part-II was 100 per cent. A total of 17 students were placed in A-1 grade while
39 more achieved A grade, which is also a remarkable achievement that has not
been obtained by any other private institution in the entire district. The news
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