Rawalpindi board FA / FSc supplementary examinations
Rawalpindi intermediate board FA FSc supplementary examinations 2009
Rawalpindi, Nov 2: The FA/FSc supplementary examinations of the
Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (RBISE) will begin
today (Monday). The examinations were scheduled to be held at an earlier time
but were postponed for security reasons. Daily times
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AIOU gets authority to verify diplomas
Islamabad: Hundreds of Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) graduates will
heave a sigh of relief as the education ministry has authorised the institution
to verify diploma certificates issued by it in various skill areas.
authorisation, which augurs well for the career prospects of many diploma
holders, was given following an intervention of the Federal Ombudsman Javed
The intervention will also enable the Foreign Office in
Islamabad and Pakistani missions abroad to attest the diploma certificates
issued by the AIOU. Such verification is necessary for skilled workers seeking
A large number of diploma holders from the AIOU,
especially those living abroad, were not able to get admissions to educational
institutions to upgrade their technical skills or get jobs commensurate with
their qualifications for want of verification of their diplomas.
Inter Board Committee of Chairmen (IBCC) had refused to verify short course
skill diplomas given by the AIOU for being beyond their purview. This left
diploma holders in the lurch.
Career prospects of the diploma holders
will significantly improve thanks to the initiative and efforts of Fiaz Ahmad, a
diploma holder from the AIOU who in May complained to the ombudsman that the
university had refused to attest his diploma on the grounds that it had no
authority to do so.
On the directions of the ombudsman, the IBCC
obtained the list of short courses from the AIOU and forwarded it to the
Ministry of Education, which directly authorised the AIOU to verify the diplomas
issued by it.
This has provided the much-awaited relief to several
hundreds of students holding AIOU diplomas in 18 short courses.
complainant, in his letter of thanks to Mr Malik, said "this decision will be a
great help for thousands of students to better their educational and technical
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Over 700 get training from PMI annually
Islamabad: Pakistan Manpower Institute (PMI) is providing skill development
training to over 700 employees every year in different disciplines from the
public and private sector.
The training programmers are arranged with the
objectives of providing human resource research services to government
departments, public corporation and private establishments that can contribute
in the development of country, Director PMI Muhammad Azam said on
He said that the institution works to stimulate interest in
human resource problems generally and to cooperate with and assist other human
resources research agencies, institutions or professional
During its various programmers, the PMI imparts training to
35 to 40 people selected from different departments in each course while the
regular courses are offered over 20 times in a year.
Besides these human
resource development and management courses, the PMI also holds seminars,
workshops for the employees and introduces latest short computer courses for the
improvement in skill development of people, he said.
"These efforts can
bring a substantial change in improving the professional skills of people with
proper training and changing the living standard of those working in different
fields," he said.
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Teachers for implementation of NPSs
Islamabad: A social dialogue between teachers, educators and academia have
called for proper implementation of the National Professional Standards (NPSs),
saying that proper implementation on NPSs could only happen through wide ranging
partnerships of academia, training institutions, public & private sector,
media and civil society organizations.
The dialogue which was
participated by over 500 students, teachers, educators and national experts who
actively engaged in a series of social dialogues across the country from October
5-29, 2009, on Sunday unveiled its final report which reflected the consensus
The title of the report also included the experts'
recommendations for restructuring the country's curriculum. The dialogue on
social dialogues for World Teachers Day 2009, was "Implementing National
Professional Standards for Teachers in Pakistan - Challenges for Quality EFA."
The dialogues were held through interactive readings of National Professional
Standards, one by one with formal discussions and recommendations for each
standard to expedite implementation through several partners. Terming the NPS as
'a milestone achievement' towards upgrading the status of teachers in Pakistan,
the participants said that the focus of World Teachers' Day 2009 was on the
recently finalised 10 National Professional Standards (NPSs) for teachers and
professional educators by the Ministry of Education.
In this regard,
these experts finalised their recommendations for effective implementation of
national professional standards. They recommended that rapid dissemination of
standards, national curriculum 2006 was important for standard one. "For the
implementation of this standard, there is an urgent need of subject based
training with high priority to poorly educated PTC teachers while massive
training is needed for implementing national curriculum standards/approaches.
Support to lack of qualified and trained teachers in rural areas," said the
experts. They said there must be a bridge programme between PTC and CT leading
to B.Ed while the national standards must be the part of pre-service teacher
training. The news
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Youth urged to stand for peace, reject terrorism
Islamabad: The youth of the country should stand for peace and protect their
campuses from terrorism, Federal Minister for Minorities Affairs Shahbaz Bhatti
said on Sunday.
He was addressing the first Christian National Youth
Conference on "Responsibilities of the Christian Youth in challenging times"
here in Rawalpindi.
The conference was organized by the Youth Alliance.
People belonging to different walks of life attended the event.
minister noted that youth was an asset for the country and Pakistan's prosperity
depended on them. "Federal government is working to provide them an opportunity
to excel in all fields," he assured the participants.
dictatorships Kalashnikov culture was introduced, which spoiled the students
future," he observed.
The Christian missionary schools, however,
produced prominent personalities and inculcated leadership qualities in them,
Students of different educational institutions met the
federal minister, who listened their problems and assured them their resolution.
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Training of special education teachers stressed
Islamabad: Chairperson, NA Standing Committee on Special Education, Rubina
Qaimkhani has stressed the need for providing maximum training to the special
education teachers to improve the quality of special education in various
centers country wide.
"Practical training should be the prime focus while
educating teachers for special education as they can turn the handicapped
persons as useful citizens of the society," she said. During a visit to Al
Ghazali Special Education Center for Rehabilitation of Physically Handicapped
Children here on Saturday, Rubina Qaimkhani was briefed by the Principal of the
Center, Abdul Shakur about the problems faced by their center. She was informed
that the center was established in 1987 and now functioning with the strength of
The building of the center was established on rental basis while it
also lacks basic machinery used for therapy purposes and also facing shortage of
staff, the Principal said, adding "there were only 5 teachers for 70 students."
Rubina Qaimkhani assured the management of the center that the issue of rental
building would be raised in the next meeting of NA standing committee. She also
suggested to accommodate the setup of Al Ghazali Center into the building of Al
Farabi Special Education Center in order to provide maximum facilities with
She said that government was endeavoring for maximum
opportunities for these children and their teachers under various programmes of
the ministry of Social Welfare and Special Education. She was also briefed by
the administration of the center about the functioning of all the rehabilitation
and academic sections of the institution. "There is a need to provide better
health and education facilities to these persons in order to make them useful
citizens of the country," she added. APP
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