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FBISE HSSC Supplementary Practical exams 2009 schedule
Islamabad, Nov 4: Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) will hold Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) Supplementary Practical Examination from November 12 (Thursday). Earlier, the exams were postponed and now have been rescheduled, said a news release issued on Monday.

The roll number slips containing revised schedule of the said examination have been sent to all the candidates at their home addresses. If the roll number slip is not received by any candidate, he may contact the Controller of Examinations at phone no: 9250606, Deputy Controller of Examinations (HSSC Conduct) at 9250620 and Assistant Controller of Examination at 9250641. APP

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Heavy security charges in Rawalpindi private school
Rawalpindi: After terror threats to schools, only a few schools have made reasonable security arrangements to safeguard the lives of children. Managements of most of the schools are demanding security from the government.

At the same time, some private schools started demanding from parents of students to pay security charges one time or on per month basis, either on account of preparation and issuance of security cards or expenses on additional security guards. Although the government has directed the managements of private schools not to charge anything extra under the head of security or security arrangements but some school administrations are ignoring it and are demanding security charges from parents with effect from November 1, 2009.

The charging of extra fee or money for security arrangements, which is neither justified nor permissible by the government, is causing financial hardships to parents but they have no option. Most parents do not know to whom they should send their complaints in this connection.

The concerned authorities should come forward and publish a circular in newspapers, directing all private and government schools not to demand any security charges from parents, failing which strict action should be initiated against them. The names, addresses, telephone numbers and email addresses of the concerned authorities for complaints against school managements should be given in the circular.

At the same time, it is pertinent to point out that security arrangements outside school buildings are not satisfactory. School managements, in collaboration with the government, should ensure proper security arrangements outside school buildings to avert any untoward incident. The news

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Committee set up to ensure private educational institutions security
Islamabad: A private school liaison committee at district level has been set up to ensure comprehensive security measures for schools and colleges in Islamabad.

ADC (G) Islamabad will head the committee and its members include SP investigation, SDPO rural, DSP special branch, DSP Women, Faisal Mushtaq from Root School, Muhammad Akram from Beacon House, Private School Associations (urban area) General Secretary Muhammad Anwar, Private School Associations (rural area) Chairman Ch Ilyas Mehrban.

Talking to this news agency, SDPO (Rural) Jameel Hashmi said he along with police team visited several primary and high schools, Fatima Jinnah Degree College and Cadet College Humak. The students were briefed as how to remain vigilant and ensure self-security arrangements in their institutions, he added.

He said they advised students to inform the head of their institution or police in case they saw any boy/girl in the school uniform whom they do not know. In case of 'burqa clad woman', they should also inform their heads, he told the students.

Moreover, security guards at the schools were also briefed and asked to inform police in case of observing suspicious activity or seeing any weapon.The elder students were briefed about the possible outlook of the suicide bombers and as how to react after seeing the suspects, he said.

The official sources said Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) administration had started co-ordination with the local schools, particularly private institutions for examining and determining security parameters available at their premises.

Schools' administrations have been briefed to place effective security measures in the schools for the security of the children and staff. The security guideline has been circulated among the schools by the special branch and police, which are also being mailed to all private institutions for necessary compliance.

These guidelines include verification of security guards deployed at schools, stickers for the school vehicles and office cards for the employees.

The schools have been also been advised to raise boundary walls up to minimum eight feet. One staff member either from PTI or teaching faculty may be designated for security of schools who should have liaison with the local police.

Arms licenses will be issued to all owners of schools for security purpose. Walk through gates will be mandatory for schools where student enrollment is over 1000 and all other schools will place scanners at entry points. Close circuit TV (CCTV) camera will be placed in all schools irrespective of strength of students. APP

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AIOU workshop
Islamabad: Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) is organising a national 'Workshop of M.Sc Gender and Women Studies' programme for the Semester Spring 2009, from November 16 to 21, daily from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. in its auditorium at main campus of the University here. This was announced by Dr. Riffat Haq, in-charge Department of Gender and Women Studies AIOU.

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Participants of security workshop visit AHQs
Islamabad: The participants of National Security Workshop, being conducted at National Defence University, Tuesday visited Air Headquarters, says a press release. The participants were given a detailed briefing about the organisation and role of Pakistan Air Force. At the end of the briefing, Chief of the Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Rao Qamar Suleman answered questions asked by the participants. The visiting team of National Security Workshop included senators, MNAs, MPAs, ambassadors, senior military officers, lawyers, businessmen, industrialists and media personnel. The news

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Fire destroys Murree school
Murree: Saint Danny's school on Tuesday caught fire reportedly as a result of gas leak destroying three blocks of the school here at Kashmir Point.

The Head Mistress of the school said all the students were safely evacuated to another building and no causality was reported.

The Rescue 1122 and fire brigade reached the spot late and extinguished the fire after about three hours' hectic efforts.

Fire tenders also arrived from Rawalpindi but to no avail as major portion of the building made of wood had already been gutted.

St. Danny's school is the legacy of the British period and was run by British missionaries where quality education was provided to the locals.

The building of the school was a reflection of the British architecture. Dawn

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