Peshawar SSC examination result 2011
Girls secure top positions as SSC results announced
Peshawar, June 15: Girls secured all the top positions in the Secondary School Certificate Examination as the Board
of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Peshawar Tuesday announced the
annual examination result for 2011.
The result was declared at the
award-giving ceremony for the position-holders at the BISE building here.
Provincial Minister for Elementary and Secondary Education Sardar Hussain Babak
was the chief guest.
A total of 56,558 candidates, including 44,501
regular ones, appeared in the 10th class examination out of which 44,934 were
declared successful with pass percentage of 79.45. In the science group, 31,264
candidates, including 23,126 regular candidates appeared in the examination.
Among them 28,267 qualified the examination with pass percentage of 90.41. In
the humanities group, 16,579 candidates out of 25,149 passed the examination
that showed a pass percentage of 65.92.
The top position was shared by
two girl students - Misha Wali and Navishta Sahar Arif - from the Frontier
Yousaf Academy, Hayatabad. They obtained 966 out of 1050 marks. Ayesha Javed of
the same institution stood second with 962 marks while Nayab Motasim from the
Peshawar Model Girls High School clinched third position by obtaining 960
Qania Obaid of the Qurtaba Public School, Hayatabad stood first in
the humanities group with 870 marks. Kashmala Shafiq from the same school
followed here with 850 marks. Sidratul Muntaha, a student of the Forward Public
School, Dilazak Road stood third by grabbing 847 marks.
The girl students
clinched first, second and third positions in the overall science and arts
groups, respectively while 16 positions in the overall top position-holders who
secured marks between 943 and 966 were girls.
Speaking on the occasion,
Sardar Hussain Babak said that it was quite encouraging that the girl students
were outshining boys despite serious threats to the female education in the
province. He said it was unfortunate that militants were blowing up the
educational institutions and it was against the basic teachings of
The minister said that development and prosperity could not be
made without education and the militants by targeting schools and colleges
actually wanted to keep the province and the adjacent tribal belt
He claimed the Awami National Party-led government had taken
strong measures to make the examination process in all the educational boards
fair and transparent. He said well-off people should invest in the education
sector. They should establish more schools, colleges and universities in the
private sector to promote education to put the province on the road to
development, he added.
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Federal Medical and Dental College becomes a reality
Islamabad: Affiliated with the Quaid-i-Azam University and with the Pakistan Institute of Medical
Sciences (PIMS) providing attached hospital facilities, the Federal Medical and
Dental College (FMDC) was inaugurated by Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani
at a ceremony originally scheduled at PIMS, but subsequently shifted to the
Prime Minister's Secretariat here on Tuesday.
Lack of parking space
spelled huge inconvenience for guests, who had to park their vehicles at a 15 to
20-minute walking distance from the venue and brave the scorching summer sun
amidst the tightest of security hurdles before finally making it to the fortress
of power. Many invitees preferred returning to their homes and offices on seeing
the situation. All senior journalists and camera crew designated to cover the
beat of the Prime Minister boycotted the ceremony as there was no sign of the PM
till 6:00 p.m. even though guests were to be seated by 4:30 p.m.
ceremony was attended by Minister for Health Riaz Pirzada, Minister of State for
Health Sardar Shahjahan Yusuf, Secretary Health Nargis Sethi, project director
of FMDC Dr. Jehanzeb Aurakzai, and executive director of PIMS Prof. Dr. Mehmood
Addressing the gathering, the PM said the establishment of a
medical college was a longstanding demand that merited attention in view of the
immense pressure on the country's existing medical institutions, given that a
growing number of aspirants are aspiring for a career in medicine. "This is the
first public sector medical college in the country with an affordable fee
structure and medical education that will be at par with international
standards," he said.
The PM paid tributes to the leadership in the
health sector-the Ministry of Health and doctors and health professionals of
PIMS-who accomplished the task of establishing FMDC in the shortest possible
time. He then recounted some of the key health initiatives taken by the
government. These included establishment of the National Health Emergency and
Response Network in the wake of the 2010 floods; incentivizing of medical
services through implementation of an improved career structure for health care
professionals; and provision of an integrated health facility to the residents
of Bhara Kahu and rural areas of Islamabad. "We converted an almost
non-functional health centre in Bhara Kahu to a quality mini-hospital where the
people of the area are provided all major services under one roof. This has
significantly reduced the burden on two major hospitals in the capital city
while saving precious lives which were being lost while ferrying emergency cases
from these areas to hospitals in urban areas," the PM remarked.
to the increasing number of cases of liver cirrhosis, the PM recounted the
government's efforts to establish the country's first-ever liver transplant
centre. Funds for the centre were provided by the government and work is now
nearing completion. "This will be a life-saving facility for thousands of
families who are unable to afford the expensive treatment for this life
threatening condition," he said. With reference to polio, the PM said the
district administration has been made responsible for anti-polio activities, and
that a policy of zero tolerance has been introduced for any official found
wanting in his task.
Coming to FMDC, the gathering was informed that the
first batch of the college would comprise 50 students. The college is currently
housed in PIMS, but will soon be shifted to its designated premises in the
National Institute of Health, where it will benefit from the institute's
available research base. An effort is said to have been made to ensure that only
high quality trained medical professionals render instructional services in the
college. State-of-the-art equipment and laboratories are being provided to train
students so that they can compete both at home and abroad besides being equipped
to provide top-quality medical services.
Nargis Sethi shared the plan to
upgrade the NIH Hospital located in Chak Shahzad. "The hospital is to be
operationalized and upgraded into a 50-bedded facility with treatment for all
major ailments under the Integrated Health Services Initiative. When upgraded,
the hospital will serve thousands of residents of Chak Shahzad, Banigala, Rawal
Town, Tarlai and numerous adjoining areas of rural Islamabad," she briefed.
Nargis requested the PM to direct the Ministry of Finance to release
funds on a fast track basis so that the task can be completed. "No new
construction will be involved and the entire upgrading and refurbishment would
cost no more than Rs50 million," she said. Responding to the request, the PM
announced release of the said amount for the purpose.
With reference to
FMDC, Nargis said that since the role of the medical professional extends beyond
the four walls of the hospital, major emphasis is being placed on areas like
disaster management, health emergency and community medicine. "This is the need
of the hour as our nation is confronted with numerous man-made and natural
calamities where better trained rescue and medical personnel can mean the
difference between life and death," she stated.
Earlier, Riaz Pirzada
termed investing in the health and education of a nation as being synonymous to
investing in its future. "We are making all out efforts to harness the potential
of the huge mass of human resource available to the health sector. Specialised
training programmes for on-job skill development of health personnel, promoting
higher education for medical graduates, encouraging medical institutions in the
private sector are an integral part of our policies," he mentioned. He also
informed that with the risk of floods looming large, systems at the National
Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Cell have been geared up and
fortified to meet any eventuality.
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CDA Model School alumni reunion
Islamabad: The reunion of
alumni of the Capital Development Authority (CDA) Model School was held here on
Tuesday. The old students were welcomed by the staff and the principal. The
formal ceremony started with the recitation by Sohaib Riaz. Vice principal
Tehseen Farah laid emphasis on the importance of such events.
teacher Mrs. Fadia announced the formation of the Old Students' Association and
described its format. The principal will be patron of the association and Mrs.
Fadia will be the coordinator. Later the election of the association was held in
which Zunaira Raees, was elected as the president and Abdul Wadood Umer Toor as
a vice president.
Later in her speech CDA Model School Principal Shahwar
Ajmal congratulated the students on the formation of the old students'
association and advised them to take best use of it in social and welfare
interest. The news
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