Allama iqbal open university Matric, Phd admissions
AIOU announces schedule for admission forms
Islamabad, March 19: The Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) will receive
admission forms for spring semester from matric to PhD level till Saturday.
A press release issued by the university on Thursday said the date for
submission of forms will not be extended. The university has announced
admissions to BBA/BA/BCom, intermediate and Al-Lisan-ul-Arabi programmes across
the country and in Middle East.
Admission forms and prospectus for all
programmes are available at the main campus of the university in Sector H-8,
Islamabad and its 36 regional campuses/offices and 116 coordinating offices
across the country. APP
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Teachers' seniority lists being updated
Rawalpindi: Punjab higher education department has started updating
and verifying the existing seniority lists of college teachers to initiate the
long-awaited process of promotions, it has been learnt.
seeking anonymity said that the department through respective divisional
directors for colleges had sought the present strength of their teaching and
non-teaching staff to upgrade the seniority lists that have not been renewed
In the absence of these lists, the college teachers have
been waiting for their promotions for as many as 25 years and serving in the
same grade they were inducted at the time of appointment.
the official, the existing lists are flawed as names of many teachers remain
there, despite the fact they opted out of the job or passed away during the
The department has regularly been updating the lists with
including the new names, but never verified whether teachers existed or not
making it difficult for the college teachers to get promotions.
contacted, Director Colleges Rawalpindi division, Dr Muhammad Ashraf, confirmed
that the department had initiated the process of updating and verifying the
existing seniority lists of the teachers. Dawn
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Mural Painting Activity
Islamabad: A 'Peace Mural', which was started in Japan, has been completed
by Pakistani students as part of a students exchange programme titled 'Mural
Painting Activity & Video Conferencing' organised by the Funkor Child Art
The healthy activity was organised among high school students of
Okazaki Johsei High School in Japan and students of the Beaconhouse School
System, Banigala, Islamabad, in Pakistan.
Half of the mural was made in
Japan while the Pakistani students completed the other half. The students met
via a video conferencing when the Pakistan group was just on their way to paint
The Japanese students had painted a telescope to represent
Japan's advancement in science and technology, but simple symbols were also used
like a carrot that is good for health, a dog that is treated like a family
member in Japan, and textbooks that are a source of knowledge for Japanese
On the other hand, the students here painted Pakistani youth
representing the four provinces, a hand reaching out for peace decorated with
henna, while mangoes, kinos, blind dolphins and jasmine flowers were painted as
symbols of the beauty of Pakistani culture. They used block prints to decorate
their painting and wrote 'peace' in Japanese and Urdu.
Masatishi, Yumi and Yuri accompanied by their teachers Takemasa, Mamoru and Ryo
completed their side of the mural in Japan while those who showed their artistic
talents here in Pakistan included Abdaal Ahmad Bukhari, Xayneb Ali, Mishaal
Khawaja, Noormah Jamal, Babar Jaan, Saman Fatima, Waqarunnissa Sarfaraz, Minile
Khan, Fizza Abbas, Marziyeh Ozark and Aliyeh Ozark accompanied by their teacher
The Pakistani students also interacted with Atsuko Shiwaku,
founder of Japan Art Mile International Intercultural Mural Exchange.
The video conferencing was a great success as well as the completion of
the mural, which was beautifully summed up by Aliyeh and Marziyeh Ozark, terming
it an excellent opportunity to build bridges across cultures, borders and
stereotypes. They said the Japanese and Pakistani student exchange programme was
a wonderful experience that let them express their creative side and reflect
upon how to create peace.
The students of both sides shared laughter,
exchanged information about each other, and explored the technological marvels
of Japan besides inquiring about the cultural heritage of both the countries.
The Pakistani students learnt the Japanese word for peace, 'Hiewa', while the
Japanese students learnt the Urdu word 'Aman' and wanted to know what it is
called in Pushto, too.
The mural will be part of the 'Exhibition of the
Century' to be organised by the Art Miles Mural Project (AMMP) in Egypt in 2010.
The AMMP plans to construct a pyramid of murals next to the magnificent ancient
pyramids in Egypt. The news
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Teacher kills leopard
Muzaffarabad: A schoolteacher in Kotli district of Azad Kashmir has
been alleged to have shot dead a leopard of a 'near threatened' species and
handed over its pelt to a minister from the area.
The accused - Mohammad
Arshad - confessed to killing the leopard, zoologically known as Panthera
Pardus, with a 12-bore rifle after the local wildlife department personnel
verified before dozens of villagers the occurrence of illegal hunting, Javaid
Ayub, director wildlife and fisheries department said.
He said the
accused had removed the animal to his home in Mohri Syeddan village after
killing it in a forest located in Tehsil Sehnsa on March 16.
when the accused was told that he would have to pay a fine of Rs200,000, return
the pelt and submit an undertaking, Mr Arshad claimed that he had given the pelt
to Local Government and Rural Development Minister Raja Naseer Ahmed Khan.
This correspondent left separate messages with Mr Khan's private
secretary and gunman for his viewpoint, but did not receive any call from the
Mr Ayub said his department was preparing a case for a forest
magistrate to take punitive action against the accused under the Wildlife Act
Under the prevailing law, illegal hunters are liable to fines,
equivalent to market price of the animal they kill, and imprisonment of at least
However, Mr Ayub pointed out that non-promulgation of the
amended Wildlife Act 2010 was causing recurrence of such incidents as it
hindered stringent action against the hunters.
leopard died in Pir Lasura National Park in Kotli on Thursday.
Confirming the death, Mr Ayub said his staff had sent the specimen of
the animal's gut to wildlife laboratory in Lahore to determine the cause of
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Pashto-Urdu poetic collection
Peshawar: The first poetry collection of young writer Haroon Khan Shinwari has
hit the stalls. The book titled "Zama Latoon Zama Janoon" is a combination of
Pashto and Urdu poetry and third venture of the author in the field of writing
Born in Landikotal town of Khyber Agency to a family of
businessmen headed by Haji Akbar Ali and doing masters in International
Relations and Pashto literature from the University of Peshawar, Haroon Shinwari
started writing poetry after getting impressed with legendary Amir Hamza Khan
Shinwari, known as Baba-e-Pashto Ghazal.
He wrote the first prose book in
English, An Introduction to Hamza Baba. His second contribution was Urdu
translation of a book 'The plain tales of Afghan border' written by Sir Edward
Bown in 1980 in London.
In the preface to his new 154-page book, the
noted writer, poet and broadcaster Laiq Zada Laiq called Haroon Shinwari the
real fan and follower of Hamza Baba and said his poetic pieces are the
manifestation of this fact. He termed Haroon Shinwari's Pashto and Urdu poetry
as an important contribution towards the literature in the two
In his comments on the book, Dr Masood Zahid lauded Haroon
Shinwari's poetry as the beats of a sensitive heart. "Going through the book one
can easily understand how deep the thoughts of the young but energetic author
are," he wrote.
"Haroon has proved his commitment to the service of his
mother tongue by producing a quality book despite being busy in performing his
duty at a semi-government project and fulfilling many other tasks at a time," he
added. The news
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