Allama Iqbal University exams results
AIOU announces graduate exams results
Islamabad, March 13: Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) Controller of Examinations
Hafeezullah has announced the results of final exams of graduate programmes
/functional courses including BA General, Mass Communication and Dars-e-Nizami,
BBA, BCom, BSc Eye Vision, BLIS, BCS, BCS Foundation, French on line, BIT,
Diploma in Computer Graphics, ATTC and Elementary Arabic for the Semester Spring
According to Controller Examinations, result cards are being sent
by post to the students at their given addresses and those who do not receive
the cards till March 15 are advised to contact their nearest Regional Office or
Superintendent (Result) Examinations in the main campus of the University in
Islamabad personally or on Phone No 051-9057319 to get the duplicate result
card, he added. Daily times
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A disappointing experience for NIP internees
Islamabad: A number of internees working under the National Internship
Programme (NIP) have complained about the irrelevance of the official works
assigned to them to their education, claiming that those tasks could be
performed by even a 'naib qasid'.
They also complained of the delay in
the payment of their stipends.
As many as 10 internees were inducted into
the Ministry of Zakat & Ushr on July 1, 2009, but four of them left their
internship after they refused to undertake the duties of a 'naib qasid,'
Malik Zeeshan, one of the quitters, said that
he joined internship in the Ministry of Zakat & Ushr through NIP with nine
other internees but left it, as the high officials there used to assign him the
work of a 'naib qasid'. "Moreover, it was a routine practice for them to delay
our stipend cheques," he alleged.
Muhammad Bilal, another internee, said
that he left the internship because of the same reason and added that four other
internees left their internship because of the rude behaviour of the
An internee, who is still working in the ministry, on
condition of anonymity, said that the internees working there are still waiting
for their stipends for the month of February, adding that they are supposed to
run the ministry's media campaign but none of the internees is working on it, as
the high officials of this department have assigned them other irrelevant
A female internee, desiring not to be named, said that officials
in the ministry are not giving them a chance to improve their skills, as they
are assigning them irrelevant work. "They are even not willing to give us a
proper place to sit," she claimed.
Ministry of Zakat & Ushr Secretary
Khalid Idrees said that he has no information
regarding the payment process of the stipend cheques but assured to investigate
the reason behind delay in payments.
Replying to a query regarding
assigning irrelevant tasks to the internees, he said, "NIP sent these internees
to his ministry without consulting us about the kind of work we do here and
which type of internees we need. We are giving them assignments related to the
same work that we are doing here and the internees claim of performing duties of
a 'naib qasid' is totally wrong and baseless," he added. The news
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Pak educational links
Islamabad: The Kyrgyzstan universities want to develop educational links with
the universities of Pakistan and in this regard a Kyrgyz delegation will visit
Pakistan in October, said Kyrgyzstan Ambassador Bektur Asanov talking to Higher
Education Commission (HEC) Chairman Dr Javaid R Laghari at the Commission
Secretariat the other day.
The ambassador said Kyrgyzstan and Pakistan
should promote and strengthen cultural and social relations by developing
stronger links in the field of education. He said Kyrgyzstan desired to learn
from Pakistan in the field of engineering, food and agricultural
He said 225,000 foreign students were pursuing their higher
education in Kyrgyzstan.
He said 2,000 Pakistani students were studying
in Kyrgyzstan and most of them were pursuing medical degrees. Daily times
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IIU book fair
Islamabad: The International Islamic University (IIU)
will hold a 4-day 'Book Fair 2010' to celebrate its Silver Jubilee here from
March 15 to 18.
The fair would be organised at the Student Activity Centre of
the new campus of the university displaying a variety of books on different
subjects, said a news release issued here Friday.
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NCA student exhibition
Islamabad: Five fresh graduates of the National College of Arts,
Rawalpindi Campus, belonging to different backgrounds and working in different
mediums, have put up an exhibition of their works titled 'Different Worlds'
opening at the Rohtas Art Gallery today (Saturday).
The diverse works
put on display by Ayub Wali, Amen Sardar, Fatima Shakeel, Saima Beenish and
Silwat Mumtaz showcase their creative sensitivity and emotive experiences
regarding their lives and the surrounding environments around in one catalogue.
Ayub Wali's sculpture revolves around the social discrimination and
social evils prevalent in our society. Belonging to Northern Areas of Pakistan,
he finds these features becoming a common feature of his day-to-day life. As he
sees and feels through his creative mind, he finds himself entangled and tries
to break free and find an aesthetic escape from the degradation of humanity. His
sculpture piece on display is symbolic of his thoughts and shows "human and
humanity is going into nothingness, as we start giving importance to the
unimportant material things in life". He aims to highlight the hierarchy in our
society with the help of his sculptural pieces.
Saima Beenish melds the
physical and perceived characteristics in her compositions. "Every work of art
that I create provides me with an opportunity to express beauty and desire,"
She describes her entire body of work as an example of how a
traditional technique of miniature painting can be incorporated into a
contemporary imagery. Even traditional patterns have been modified into
experience related to the present time.
Saima was a portrait painter and
used to paint upon the desire of her subjects. Now she turns to explore and
create her own desires through mix media installations, which she blends with
miniature painting while expressing the same level of sensitivity.
says that she enjoys going beyond merely capturing the faithful likeness, that
is why unlike a photographer she has availed herself an opportunity to express
her own perception of working from live or from photo, getting the liberty to
play with the composition, surface, texture and also creating a 3rd dimensional
imagery. Each element in her work is in perfect harmony with the overall
composition, creating a link with the portraiture.
For Silwat Mumtaz,
living is an art - like everything else - and she thinks she does it
exceptionally well. She finds harmony with nature as her basic existence and the
main focus of her life.
Taking life as a continuity of struggles and
efforts, she feels nothing stood before her as obstacles. It is this undisrupted
continuity of cause and effect, which is symbolised in Silwat's work, a
manifestation in it, of the rhythm that is her essence.
fascination with poetry and petals helps her create her imageries about
relationships and associations. He works titled 'Whispering Petals' describe two
sides of the same image. Through four works put on display, Amen has tried to
decipher the whispering messages, which come from a simple petal or a garland,
describing two different and diverse faces of life.
Fatima Shakeel is
intrigued by the surface of 'Wasli' that urged her to explore and experiment to
add an element of challenge in her work. While exploring 'Wasli,' Fatima has
interacted with various mediums and blended them with miniature painting. Her
passion for ceramics and printmaking is evident in her works.
seems to be hooked on to 'circles' as her basic protective shield and says "from
the very inception of my creative ideas, I have been using 'circles' in my
compositions as a circle for me is one stretched line I draw around myself,
inside which I feel surrounded and secure".
This concept has added another
experience when she finds her work becoming interactive with a childhood memory
of a kaleidoscope, which she combines with her work, thus creating a new
The ever-changing patterns inside it, compels her to look through it
for hours to find answers she is looking for. Her works has a mirroring effect
of how distances come in a relationship and how it adversely affects the
connection of a bond.
The exhibition would continue at the Rohtas Art
Gallery (House no. 57-B, Street 26, F-6/2) till March 17.
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Sports day organised
Rawalpindi: The Foundation School, Satellite Town, organised a Sports Day here on Friday, says a press
release. The students of Kindergarten classes participated in a PT show, a cycle
race and a ballerina race.
The enthusiasm of students was matched by the deep
sense of pride so visible on the faces of the parents as they keenly watched the
young performers making a resolute effort to impress the audience and teachers
It was also an important day for the teachers who had painstakingly
prepared the students to demonstrate their best selves. In the end, Principal
Madiha Imran commended the talent and confidence of the tiny tots during the
display. The news
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