Punjab University LLB, LLM, MCom, B.Pharmacy, BS results
PU results announced
Lahore, May 26: Punjab University Examinations Department has announced the results of LLB, Part-III,
Supplementary Exam 2010, MCom, First Year (Part-I), 2nd Exam Annual 2010, B.
Pharmacy, Third Professional (New Scheme), Supplementary Exam 2010, BS Applied
Geology, First Professional, Supplementary Exam 2010, LLM, Final, Annual Exam
2010, MSc Environmental Sciences (Self-Supporting), Semester System, Session
2003-05, BSc Computer Science (2-Years), Semester System, Session 2006-08, BS
Zoology (4-Years), Semester System, Session 2006-10, MSc Mountain Conservation
and Watershed Management (Morning), Semester System, Session 2008-10, BS
Information Technology (Fall 2006), Session 2006-10, Master of Science in
Information Technology (Fall 2008), Semester System, Session 2008-10, BS
Computer Science, Semester System, Session 2006-08 and MPhil Physics, Session
2008-10. Detailed results are also available at PU website www.pu.edu.pk,
according to a press release here on Wednesday.
University Examinations Department has issued the written examination
date-sheets of BS Home Economics, Part-I (First Year & Second Year), Part-II
(First Year), Annual Exam 2011 and BSc Home Economics, Third Year and Final
Year, Annual Exam 2011.
Detailed date-sheets are available at PU website
www.pu.edu.pk, according to a press release here on Wednesday. The news
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PU Syndicate concerned over intervention by NA body in PU matters
Lahore: Punjab University (PU) Syndicate, on Wednesday, unanimously reaffirmed and endorsed its decision
pertaining to the dismissal of Dr Iftikhar Baloch on charges of sexual
harassment and showed its serious concerns over the intervention by National
Assembly's Standing Committee on Government Assurances in the PU
The 14-member top body of the varsity, representing all four
cadres of teachers, Higher Education Commission (HEC), Punjab Assembly,
academicians from outside PU and public representatives met on Wednesday to
decide on the academic matters, in its first meeting following its election held
During the meeting, a member pointed out that PU fell within
the jurisdiction of Punjab Assembly because the provincial assembly had passed
the Punjab University Act, and unnecessary intervention by a National Assembly
committee in the affairs of PU was not justified.
The meeting showed
very serious concern over a letter sent to Punjab Governor Latif Khosa by the NA
Standing Committee on Government Assurance's Chairman Mahmood Hayat Khan Tochi
Khan recommending unanimously the suspension of PU Vice Chancellor (VC)
Professor Dr Mujahid Kamran and stopping his salary besides requesting
reinstatement of Dr Iftikhar Baloch and giving him all financial benefits from
the date of his dismissal.
The members said that the DIG-level
investigation had proved Dr Baloch guilty in the case and support to him by such
a high-level committee of NA was astonishing and shocking for them.
letter sent by the NA committee to the Punjab governor, a copy of which is
available with Daily Times, states that "Punjab University vice chancellor
appeared before the Standing Committee on Government Assurances on March 10,
2011. He was instructed by the committee to resolve the controversy surrounding
Dr Iftikhar Baloch but instead of resolving the matter, the VC, in clear and
blatant defiance of the committee, dismissed him from service on April 21,
Those who attended the meeting included PU VC Professor Dr Mujahid
Kamran, Punjab Assembly representative Speaker Khawaja Imran Nazir, HEC
representative Razina Aalam, columnist Hassan Nisar, Maulana Raghib Naeemi and
From PU teacher cadre Professor Dr Shaukat Ali (professor's
representative), Professor Asmatullah (associate professor's representative),
Javed Sami (assistant professor's representative) and Ms Shumaila (lectures'
representative) attended the meeting. It is noteworthy that Dr Baloch was
director Institute of Earth and Environmental Sciences and this issue remained a
hot topic among academic circles of the country.
Efforts were made to
approach the federal information minister and the Standing Committee on
Government Assurances chairman but they were not available for comments. Daily times
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Lectures at PU
Lahore: Punjab University Sheikh Zayed Islamic Centre (SZIC) organised two-day Tausee'i Khutbat
on "Barr-e-Saghir Me Mutala Uloom-e-Islamia" in the Centre's auditorium here on
Wednesday. According to a press release here on Wednesday, on first day
(Wednesday), former Chief Editor Islamic Research Institute, Islamabad, and
renowned scholar Prof Dr Safeer Akhtar delivered lectures in detail on the
topics, including Islamic studies, Hadith, Fiqah and comparative study of
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UAF completes probe into girls' harassment
Faisalabad: The Agriculture University administration has completed the probe into alleged
harassment of female students.
A university official, on condition of
anonymity, said that some officials were abusing their authority to have access
to the girls' hostels. UAF Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Iqrar Ahmed is out of the
country and expected to return on Thursday evening. The official said that the
administration had conducted the inquiry. "However, the involved persons will be
given a chance to clarify their position after which, strict action would be
taken against them," he disclosed. Parents of female students have expressed
their concern over the situation and demanded strict action against responsible
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Top posts lying vacant in BISE Rawalpindi
Rawalpindi: Top posts in
the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Rawalpindi, have been
lying vacant for some time, creating problems for officials who are performing
extra duties on these posts.
The posts of chairman, controller
examination and deputy controller examination have been lying vacant since the
termination of former BISE chairman Professor Abdul Hafeez and other officers
after a scandal relating to answer-sheets. The post of BISE secretary has been
lying vacant since the promotion of Professor Hamayyon Iqbal.
the BISE said that employees of the board and students have been
suffering due to this reason.
Those who are performing extra duties on
these posts could not concentrate on official matters because of their busy
Sources further said that these officials were facing many
problems because they do not have experience to run the board matters smoothly.
"These officials are afraid that this year they will face many issues in
checking of papers of SSC and HSSC
examinations and this will delay the
results," sources added.
According to sources, the director colleges is
performing extra duty as acting chairman. "He cannot concentrate on his actual
job because of this extra load, which is causing problems for colleges in the
Rawalpindi division. The same is the case with other officials," they
When contacted BISE official spokesman Arslaan Cheema,
he said that it is expected that the vacant posts would be filled within a week.
Interviews have been conducted for the posts of chairman and secretary. He said
that there were 38 candidates for the post of chairman and 227 for the seat of
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Clerks, teachers brave scorching heat to stage sit-in
Islamabad: The blazing sun failed to demoralise hundreds of clerks and teachers, who gathered
in front of the Parliament House and staged a sit-in protest to press the
government for immediate implementation of the Pay and Pension Commission's
The rally was organised by the All Pakistan Clerks
Association (APCA) in collaboration with the Punjab Teachers' Union and a large
number of clerks and teachers participated in it.
The protesters were
holding placards inscribed with the messages including 'Give us Our Rights',
'Stop Financial Murder of Clerks', 'Government Should Cut its Own Expenses' and
'Fulfil your Promises'. They also chanted slogans for their rights and against
what they termed the unjust policies of the government.
protesters, APCA President Nazar Hussain Korai said: "There is no point for the
government not to give relief to clerks when its own Pay and Pension Commission
has recommended it." "The Pay and Pension Commission has agreed to most of our
demands, which shows that clerks are not unjustified in their demands," he
According to information, the recommendations of Pay and Pension
Commission include merger of ad hoc relief in salaries and their revision,
increase in medical allowance up to Rs3,000, increase in house rent up to 70 per
cent, increase in conveyance allowance up to 200 per cent, payment of group
insurance at once after retirement, restoration of additional promotions which
have been given on the basis of high qualification, the constitution of clerks
foundation, Eid allowance for low-grade government employees and restoration of
rest and recreation allowance.
Addressing the protesters, Punjab
Teachers' Union President Syed Sajjad Akbar Kazmi said that the government
should at least implement the Rs7,000 minimum salary. "It is an unfortunate fact
that a considerable number of our colleagues are still getting salaries as low
as Rs4,000 to Rs5,000," he said.
He said that today hundreds of clerks
gathered in Islamabad in such extreme weather conditions just because of the
fact that it was becoming impossible for them to live in their meagre income.
"The report compiled by the Pay and Pension Commission, headed by Dr. Ishrat
Husain, has been compiled after hectic efforts of 10 months. There is no point
in negating the report of the commission, which has been constituted by the
government itself," he said.
Punjab Teachers' Union Member Rana Liaqat
Ali, while talking to this scribe, said that the inflation has increased
manifold, but salaries and benefits of teachers remain the same. "The government
has deprived the common man of his right to live. They can't perform well under
the current circumstances, which is ultimately having an adverse affect on the
future of country," he said. He said they hope that the democratic government
would listen to their demands and immediately announce a relief package for
clerks and teachers. The news
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