Rawalpindi Board HSSC exams Cut-List System
Cut-List System for HSSC exams
Rawalpindi, May 08: Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education
(RBISE) in order to curtail the chances of cheating and fraud has
introduced a Cut List System. According to the new system, the cut list
is to be made available with the invigilator consisting of two
photographs of the student, his roll number and group. The student
appearing in the exam would be required to write his name and sign on
his photo in the examination hall. This system has been introduced to
curtail the practice of sending some one else to take exam in place of
someone else. This system would be put in place for the HSSC exams
starting today (Saturday).
to get parking plazas: To solve parking problems faced by the residents
of Rawalpindi, Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has approved
construction of three parking plazas, 12 overhead bridges and
signal-free roads on Friday. In the first phase, a multi-floor parking
plaza would be constructed at Fawara Chowk at a cost of Rs 190m and the
government has issued funds for this purpose.
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PAL announces National Literary Awards 2008
Islamabad: Pakistan Academy of Letters (PAL) on Friday announced the National
Literary Award for the year 2008 on the best literary books written
during the year 2008 in Pakistani languages including Urdu, Punjabi,
Sindhi, Pashto, Balochi, Seraiki, Brahvi, Hindko and English and best
According to the decision of the panel, in
poetry Faisal Ajmi's book "Samandar" has won Dr Allama Muhammad Iqbal
Award, in Urdu prose Dr Mumtaz Ahmed Khan's book "Urdu Novel Ke
Hamageer Sarokar" has won Baba-i-Urdu Molvi Abdul Haq Award, in Punjabi
Nazir Ahmed Kahut's book "Wahga" has won Syed Waris Shah Award, in
Sindhi Murad Ali Mirza's book "Saami Sijja Warau" has won Shah Abdul
Latif Bhittai Award, in Pashto Farooq Sarwar's book "Sagwan" has won
Khush'hall Khan Kahattak Award, in Balochi Muneer Ahmed Badeni's book
"Shal-e-Gulain Bazar" has won Mast Tawakli Award. In Seraiki language
Qasim Sayyal's book "Pandh Pandheero Dey" has won Khwaja Ghulam Farid
Award, in Brahvi Maulana Abdul Khaliq Ababaki's book "Sher Banz" has
won Taj Muhammad Tajal Award, in Hindko Sultan Sakoon's book
"Dilsothey" has won 'Saeen Ahmed Ali Award, in English Maniza Naqvi's
book "A Matter of Detail" has won Pitras Bukhari Award and for best
translation work Parto Roheela book "Kuliyat-e-Maktoobat-e-Farsi
Ghalib" has won "Muhammad Hassan Askari Award".
Rs 1,00,000 will
be presented to each award winner, said PAL Chairman Fakhar Zaman in a
media briefing about the National Literary Awards and Academy's future
plans. He said PAL would hold the Awards Distribution Ceremony on May
11 in Islamabad.
He said PAL had announced "Pas-e-Zindan Award".
According to the judges best book in this regard was of Shaheed ZA
Bhutto's "If I Am Assassinated". Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani's book
"Chah-e-Yousaf Se Sada", Makhdoom Javed Hashmi's book "Takhta-i-Dar Kay
Sai Talay", Tariq Khursheed's book "Soey-Dar - Kia Main Deshet Gard
Tha", Hameed Akhtar's book "Kal Kothri", Zafar-ullah-Poshni's "Zindagi
Zindan Dili Ka Naam Hai" and Habib Jalib 's book " Kuliyat-e-Habib
Jalib" were also awarded prizes.
He said PAL had decided to
publish a number of books under a series titled "Sufi Sanj". These
books will be on Baba Bhulleh Shah, Bhagat Sordas, Bhagat Kabir, Mera
Bie and Bhagti Movement, Vedanta and other Sufi poets of the Punjab to
highlight Sufi Axiology and the Sufi tradition in the subcontinent.
said video documentaries on Sufi saints and the Sufi poets of Pakistan
would also be prepared to disseminate the Sufi message of tolerance,
fraternity and love for the whole humanity. Daily times
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Token strike continues at PIMS
Islamabad: Senior and junior doctors of the Pakistan Institute of
Medical Sciences (PIMS) continued their protest to demand reinstatement
of the hospital's former acting executive director (ED) by observing a
token strike here on Friday.
While the junior doctors boycotted their duty from 10 a.m. to 12 noon, Friday being a half-day, the seniors joined them in the strike for half an hour from 11:30 a.m. to 12 noon. During the
of the week, the junior doctors will observe their strike from 11 a.m.
to 1:00 p.m. while the seniors will be joining them in the last half to
Patient turnout remained very thin throughout the day. The token strike is expected to continue till finalisation of the fact-finding inquiry, which is currently under progress.
is a general impression among doctors that the inquiry committee will
equally distribute a certain chunk of the blame on doctors, nurses, the
former executive director and her driver, the casualty medical officer
and the security guard.
The landing of the fact-finding committee's report on the desk of the prime minister is expected to be followed by appointment of a permanent executive director at Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences. The news
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