Matric, inter exams from March, April in Punjab
Matric, intermediate exams to start on March 7, April 11
Rawalpindi, Nov 27: As Punjab University is holding both BA and BSc examination
for the academic year 2008-09 in March, all the eight educational boards of
Punjab have delayed matriculation and intermediate examinations for next 10
days. According to the new schedule the matriculation and intermediate
examinations will commence from March 17 and April 21 respectively.
In the light of special instructions of the Punjab government regarding start of
matriculation and intermediate examinations on same schedule, all eight
educational boards in the province including Board of Intermediate &
Secondary Education Rawalpindi, Lahore, Multan, Gujranwala, D G Khan,
Bahawalpur, Faisalabad and Sargodha have decided to delay the exams for next 10
This was stated by BISE Rawalpindi Chairman Dr. Iftikhar Baig while
talking to APP here Wednesday, he said according to the decision of the
government, all the boards have decided to delay exams for 10
Earlier, the examinations were scheduled to be held on March 7 and
April 11 for matriculation & intermediate respectively and notification in
this regard had also been issued.
But, due lack of coordination among
educational institutions, the university of Punjab announced holding of
examinations in March as during the examinations the staff is deputed in centres
and start of examination at the same time creates shortage of staff to conduct
the examinations, so the boards have decided to postpone examinations for next
Now the new schedule has been issued according to which board
examinations in all the 36 districts of Punjab will be held on March 17 and
April 21 respectively. The News
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Cabinet rejects age relaxation for CSS exam
Islamabad: The federal cabinet on Wednesday rejected a summary moved by the
Establishment Division regarding increase in the upper age limit for candidates
appearing in the Central Superior Services competitive
Addressing a cabinet meeting, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza
Gilani said he could have rejected the proposal when it was first submitted to
him, but had asked the relevant ministry to table it before the cabinet for
approval. He added that this was done to promote the culture of consulting
cabinet members in the decision making process and promoting democratic
practices in the country.
Gilani said it was necessary to keep the age
limit at the existing level in order to attract the best among the country's
youth. Daily Times
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Application of rechecking of result covered by rules : FBISE
Islamabad: In reference to a news item published in a section of the press, it is clarified
that application of rechecking of result is covered by the rules of the Board,
said a press release issued by Controller Examinations, Federal Board of
Intermediate and Secondary Education here on Tuesday.
After the declaration of USSC
Part-II Annual Examination 2008 result, 1093 candidates applied for rechecking
of their papers.
Resultantly, there was no
discrepancy in cases of 892 candidates whereas certain discrepancies were found
in the cases of 201 candidates.
The case of Miss Farah Hameed
Dogar D/o Abdul Hameed Dogar was also one of the 201 cases where the results
were revised and revised marks sheets issued to all students, it
NA committee to quiz FBISE officials over 'favouring' CJP's daughter
Islamabad: The National Assembly Standing Committee on Education
will question Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education's (FBISE)
top officials over allegedly favouring Chief Justice Abdul Hameed Dogar's
daughter. Chairman Abid Sher Ali has called the meeting at the Parliament House
at 11am on Thursday to discuss the issue. Ali said the
FBISE chairman and other officials had been directed to appear before the
committee, along with the complete record of the case, to explain if Justice
Dogar's daughter was assisted with her grade, which was allegedly changed from C
to B. Newspaper reports claimed that following the FBISE chairman's "direct
written orders", Justice Dogar's daughter's FSc result was jacked up from 640
marks in grade 'C', to 661 marks in grade 'B', thus making her eligible to apply
for admission into any medical college in the country.
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Student unions termed harmful to college atmosphere
Rawalpindi: Student unions will disturb the peaceful atmosphere of educational institutions
instead of solving problems of students, various academicians said on Wednesday.
They said that eight students were injured in a clash
between two groups of students in Gordon College during the last week, adding
that the student groups – Khan Students Federation and Rawat Students Federation
- also clashed in Asghar Mall College. The academicians said that after the
clashes, police was deployed at educational institutions, which harassed even
those students who were not associated with student unions.
said that in view of such incidents, a ban on student unions should continue.
They said that when student unions were banned in educational institutions,
nobody had the courage to disturb the peaceful atmosphere of
But since the government announced that it would lift the ban
on student unions, some troublemaker students were creating problems in
colleges, which is negatively affecting education of those who wanted to study,
they said, adding that students who did not obey the orders of union leaders
were being threatened.
Gordon College Principal Professor Dr Abdul Qayyum
said that leaders of student unions misused their powers and that they clashed
with their opponents with the help of outsiders. He said that tension among
students belonging to different group had increased since the government
announced its decision to restore student unions.
Dr Qayyum rejected the
claim that student unions helped students to become good citizen and that they
increased political awareness in students. He said that education should be the
priority of students rather than political activities.
Postgraduate College Asghar Mall Principal Aleemud Din said that he had no
reservations about lifting ban on student unions. However, he added that there
should be rules and regulations to properly utilise the energies of studetns. He
said that currently only those students were members of student unions, who had
failed in examinations, or those who did not regularly attend their
He said that only those students should be allowed to run
unions, who performed well in their studies and enjoyed good reputation. He said
that literary, debating, drama and sports societies should be set up at colleges
to groom students.
Professor Fateh Mohammad said that students should
devote themselves to studies and become good citizen. He added that students
could participate in politics after the completion of their studies. Muslim
Students Federation Secretary General Sohail Khokar said that
student unions provided students the opportunity to learn about the politics of
the country. He said that the government should issue notification for lifting
the ban on student unions as soon as possible. Daily Times
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