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MAJU holds 6th convocation
Islamabad, Mar 13: The government is committed to patronising higher education, as it plays a vital role in development and prosperity of a nation, said Kashmir Affairs Minister Qamar Zaman Kaira on Thursday.

He was addressing sixth convocation of Muhammad Ali Jinnah University (MAJU) at Convention Centre.

He said the Norwegian government had fixed US $20 billion annual budget for education sector, but education budget was only 2.6 per cent of the total budget in Pakistan to cater to its about 160 million population.

During the convocation, 407 degrees were given away to the MAJU graduates. The minister conferred 21 gold, 11 silver and eight bronze medals on graduates securing top three positions in their respective programmes. 'Jinnah Gold Medal' was awarded to Farah Zamir Butt for being the best graduate of the university. Daily Times

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FBISE confered awards on 26 students
Islamabad: Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) on Thursday held its 24th medal and prize distribution ceremony conferring medals and prizes upon 26 students for their outstanding results at SSC and HSSC.

Out of 26 students, seven were awarded gold medals, nine silver, and ten bronze for their performances in various groups.

Moreover, 20 teachers were also conferred upon best teacher awards in various subjects at both levels. The recipients of best teacher awards were given away certificates and Rs50,000 each.

Federal Minister for Education Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani, speaking at the ceremony, urged the students to excel in their education. He lauded the FBISE for taking interest in the improvement of the education system, and appreciated it for bringing about reforms.

He said the government would come up with a comprehensive education policy on March 23. The ministry in consultation with provincial education departments had planned to introduce English from class-I and teach science subjects in English Language.

FBISE Chairperson Shaheen Khan, speaking on the occasion, said the board had trained over 3,000 teachers.

The endeavour, she said, was meant to produce a set of competent and well-equipped teachers. She also mentioned the changes brought about by FBISE in the examination system.

In the ceremony, awards for overall top position-holders, first position-holders in each group of study, second position-holders in each group of study, third position-holders in each group of study, were conferred upon besides best teachers awards at SSC and HSSC levels and best institutions at SSC and HSSC levels.

At the SSC level, Mohammad Athar Azeem of FG Boys Model School I-10/2 clinched the overall top position in science group securing 806 marks. The top position in humanities group was secured by Nida Amjad of FG Sawar Muhammad Hussain Shaheed (N/H) Girls High School Multan Cantt, obtaining 715 marks. Zunaira Maryam of Army Pubic School and College Sargodha Cantt secured the top position at HSSC level in pre-engineering group, obtaining 1,007 marks, Ayesha Aziz of Army Public School and College 208 Humayun Road, Rawalpindi topped in pre-medical securing 1,005 marks, Maira Ejaz of Bahria College, Naval Complex E-8, secured the top place in science general group obtaining 1,001 marks, Sara Ahmed of Pakistan International School Taj Al Deen Almakki Azizyah, Jeddah, topped in humanities group securing 892 marks and Sarosh-i-Dost of Punjab College of Commerce, 661-Peshawar Road, Rawalpindi secured top place in commerce group obtaining 907 marks. Each recipient of award was also given cash prizes of R40,000.

In the category of best institutions at SSC level Army Public School Attock Cantt secured the top place, however, at the HSSC level Fauji Foundation College for Girls New Lalazar, Rawalpindi Cantt won the title. Dawn

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