BISE Peshawar HSc date-sheet 2010
HSC students want date-sheet changed
Peshawar, May 03: The candidates appearing in intermediate level examinations
have asked the authorities of Board of Intermediate & Secondary
Education, Peshawar to make changes in the date-sheet to facilitate
those appearing in the examinations.
Students of various private
and government colleges said they had prepared well for the examination
and demanded that practical be arranged along with their respective
theoretical papers on the same date.
Junaid, a student of first
year pre-medical group, said his Biology paper according to the
date-sheet would be on May 3 while the practical test would be
conducted on June 4. "One month wait for practical is illogical," he
Abdullah, a teacher, suggested that authorities should
keep in mind that students having science subjects needed time to study
for the coming entry test examination to get admission in medical and
engineering universities. BISE Controller Examinations Nasir Ali said
that it was impossible to conduct the practical and the theory paper on
the same day as the authorities had to prepare laboratories and
separate question papers for the practical examinations.
teachers are performing their duties as invigilators, so how can they
take practical examination at other centres," he argued. He said it was
impossible to hold theory and practical papers on the same day because
the invigilators were busy, as they had to supervise papers in the
evening shifts as well.
Nasir Ali said a total of 35,255
students of Part-I and 38,133 of Part-II were appearing in 224
examination centres during the ongoing examination from April 27. He
said supervisory staff members numbering 331 female and 771 male
invigilators were performing duties in the halls. He added that 12,477
students of Pre-Engineering and 15,656 of Pre-Medical groups, 5,073 of
General Science, 39,966 of Humanities, 181 of Theology, 10 of Dental
Hygiene and 25 of Medical Laboratory Technology of Part-I and Part-II
were appearing in the current examinations. The news
"i need date sheet of f.a 2nd year peshawar board"
Name: shamza rehman
City, Country: peshawar, pakistan
"please upload the FSC 1st year date sheet"
City, Country: peshawar,pakistan
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75 private colleges evade registration
Peshawar: As many as 75 private colleges across the province are
not registered with the Higher Education Regularity Authority (HERA),
which is violation of the law, it is learnt.
was established on Oct 15, 2001, by promulgating "The North West
Frontier Province Registration and Functioning of Private Educational
Institutions Ordinance, 2001", to streamline, supervise and regulate
the working of the private institutions.
The ordinance set
stringent criteria both for public and private sector institutions in
order to improve the quality of higher education. Under the law, all
higher education institutions in the private sector are required to
register with HERA before affiliation with a public sector university.
Non-registration of the colleges, an official of HERA said, was
also causing a huge loss of money to the national exchequer as, he
added, the registration would generate millions of rupees.
The registration fee of professional colleges is Rs150,000 and their
annual renewal fee is Rs2,000. Similarly, the registration fee of
non-professional colleges is Rs50,000 and their annual renewal fee is
When asked why the colleges were not registering
with HERA, the official said owners of these private colleges claimed
that they had established the institutions before the promulgation of
the ordinance under which HERA was established.
ordinance states that institutions affiliated with various universities
in public the sector before the promulgation of the ordinance were also
required to get registered with HERA.
Through the said
ordinance the previous law dealing with such issues -- West Pakistan
Registration of Unrecognized Educational Institutions Ordinance, 1962
-- was repealed and it was stated that all educational institutions
registered under that law should be deemed registered under the 2001
ordinance on the same terms and conditions as determined or might be
determined for registration of a educational institution under the
Most of the owners of the unregistered
private colleges were working on important posts in the University of
Peshawar or other departments, the HERA official said.
the unregistered private colleges were affiliated with the Peshawar and
Gomal universities, he said. These colleges had been functioning
illegally for the last 10 years, he said.
He said HERA could
declare such colleges as illegal but could not close them down because
there was no provision in the law regarding closure of colleges for not
abiding by HERA directives.
The authority, he added, had proposed amendments to the law to empower it to close the colleges that violated the law. Dawn
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125 teams take part in NUTEC
Peshawar: A total of 125 teams with over 500 participants from across
the country took part in the two-day 'National University Technology
Competition (NUTEC)', which concluded here Sunday.
was organised by the Peshawar campus of FAST-National University here.
Faculty members and students from research and academic universities
took keen interest in the projects exhibited by students of various
institutions from different parts of the country.
among the institutions that took part in the competition were different
campuses of FAST-NU, National University of Science and Technology
Islamabad, University of Peshawar, Qurtaba University Peshawar, Islamia
College University, Comsats University, Wah Cantonment.
in nine categories had been put on display in the competition. The
categories included movie competition, E-gamming, programming, quiz,
business plan and case simulation, antenna designing, on board circuit
designing, hardware & software exhibition and software projects.
Javed Khattak, provincial chief of Small and Medium Enterprise
Development Authority, inaugurated the event, while vice-chancellor
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Engineering University Imtiaz Hussain Gilani was the
chief guest at the concluding ceremony. Director FAST-NU Ghiasul Haq
briefed the participants about the performance of the university. He
also spoke about the need and importance of the event. The news
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First ever medical book by Pakistani doctor launched in UK
Islamabad: A book by Professor doctor Lt Gen (retd) M. Arshad Mirza
has been launched in the United Kingdom, becoming the first ever manual
on medical subject by a Pakistani selected for publication in the
UK.The edition titled 'Bedside Medicine - a Guideline for Complete
Diagnosis and Management' published by UK's reputed Melrose Books,
Cambridge is a handbook for medical students and doctors introducing
the core of medical profession and diagnosis of illness through
examination of patients.
Author of the book Lt Gen (retd)
Prof Arshad Mirza, who has also served in Army Medical College, told
APP that medical students, postgraduates and healthcare professionals
will find 'Bedside Medicine' extremely informative, and a quick
reference guide helping them in making correct diagnosis thereby
improving patient care.
Professor Mirza said the book, assisted by Associate Professor Arif M.
Siddiqui was earlier published in Rawalpindi in 2000-02 and was widely
appreciated by the doctors and medical institutions throughout the
He said an agreement was signed with the British publication company
after its keen offer, which published the book following a year of
thorough editorial rearrangement with a foreword by Professor Ian
Gilmore, Head of Department of Medicine, University of Liverpool, UK.
An abstract from the foreword by Prof Gilmore - now President of the
Royal College of Physicians of England, says that the book is a
"magnificent tour de force by Prof Mirza with a clinical wisdom
distilled from half a century of his clinical practice."
Lt. Gen. Mahmoodul Hassan, former Surgeon General of Pakistan Army has
termed the book as "monumental", saying that it has been written with
clarity, completeness and with an excellence of illustration.
He said the reader will be grateful for the clarity which spells
simplicity as Prof. Mirza has emphasized meticulous technique and
attention to detail.
The book consists of a set of pointers, guidelines, information and
advice on examination and diagnosis. It is structured physiologically
with each of the 11 chapters devoted to a single key area of
examination including respiratory and cardiovascular systems, the
nervous system and blood. It covers the entire range of physiological
departments as well as deals with aspects of a patient's medical
history and general examination.
The 256-page book, priced at Rs 1750 is also available online at Amazon.com and at
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Students wait for textbooks
Islamabad: Despite the passage
of one month of the new educational year, textbooks have not yet been
distributed amongst the students. Talking to this news agency here
Saturday, parents of the students said with the advent of the new
educational year, delay in the distribution of textbooks amongst the
students is wasting their precious time. The parents alleged that a
specific group, including the officials of National Book Foundation
(NBF), is involved in the delay of textbook distribution, so that they
could get commission from the markets. The news
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