AIOU semester exam | PVTC students
AIOU exams from November 4
Islamabad, Oct 23: Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) has scheduled Semester
Spring 2010 Examination for PT/CT/ATTC and BEd programmes from November
This was announced by Controller of Examinations AIOU, Hafeez
Ullah that the roll number slips have been dispatched to all the
eligible enrolled students at their given address by Postal Mail
All those student who may not receive their roll number slip
up to November 1, are advised to contact the nearest regional offices
or superintendent (Teacher Education Section) Examination Department at
main campus of the University personally to get the duplicate roll
For issuance of duplicate roll no slip students are
required to bring two passport size photographs duly attested by the
gazetted officer. To facilitate the student, the roll number slip is
also available at web site www.aiou edu.pk of the university.
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PVTC students future at stake
Lahore: The future of Punjab Vocational Training Council (PVTC)
students enrolled in Clinical Assistant Course is at stake as they have
been denied training facility by the Services Hospital.
Superintendent (MS) Services Hospital, Dr M Javed, claims that the
facility has been withdrawn following instructions of the Punjab Health
Department. However, other hospitals, including Mayo and Ganga Ram
Hospitals, have denied receiving any such instructions from the
A number of students enrolled at
PVTC's Vocational Training Institute (VTI), Shadman, said they had
covered theoretical part of the clinical assistant course from their
institute and groups of different students were referred to various
hospitals for six-month practical training as integral part of the
They said the students sent to Services Hospital had recently
been denied the training without any reason and had been asked not to
come to the hospital. They further said they and their parents were
quite upset as their future was hanging in balance owing to abrupt move
of the hospital authorities.
The students said they had contacted the
PVTC management and had been assured of full cooperation. The father of
student said it was unfortunate that, after completing 8 months
theoretical course and months long training at the Services Hospital,
the students had been barred from completing 6 months mandatory training
by the hospital. He said the Punjab government should take notice of
the situation and take action against those creating problems and
putting students' future at stake.
According to PVTC officials, the
case for affiliation of Clinical Assistant Course with the Punjab
Medical Faculty was in process. However, they added, the Health
Department had already directed that the pass-outs of the said course be
given preference in appointment in the department in certain fields.
They said that the Punjab Medical Faculty had studied the system and had
recommended to recognize the course on July 6.
They said that,
keeping in view the demand and shortage of qualified clinical
assistants, the PVTC, on the directions of Punjab government, had
started Clinical Assistant Course in one of its VTIs in 1999. Presently,
the course was being offered in almost 30 VTIs across the province.
is pertinent to mention that, on October 21, PVTC general manager Sajid
Naseer Khan also wrote to Punjab Medical Faculty secretary and informed
that the Services Hospital medical superintendent was reluctant to
provide training facility to the students of the Clinical Assistant
Mayo Hospital MS Dr Zahid Pervaiz said
the hospital had not received any instructions from the Punjab Health
Department to stop offering training opportunities to the PVTC students.
Similarly, Ganga Ram Hospital MS Dr Ijaz Sheikh was of the same view.
We could not reach Health secretary Fawad Hassan Fawad despite
sending him an SMS and making several attempts to get him on his cell
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BEC students hold fundraiser for flood victims
Rawalpindi: Students of the Beaconhouse Educational Complex (BEC),
located near motorway interchange, organised a lively fundraising
festival here on Friday for the rehabilitation of flood victims.
stalls of food, trick games, basketball games and gaming competition
were organised by students with help and guidance from their teachers.
BEC Principal Sehar Sultana Majeed said
that this is the first time that students have taken charge of each and
every thing and teachers and administration only facilitated them.
students have made bakery items in their homes with the help of their
mothers and kept them at their stalls. Cakes, pastries, biscuits,
'biryani', 'haleem', pasta, pizza are among many items kept at these
stalls. All proceeds will be donated for the rehabilitation of flood
victims. Students know how to help the flood-affected people and they
have done it their own way. Students of today are very sensitive and
highly motivated to help people who are in dire need," she said.
'O' Level Branch Headmistress Dr. Shagufta Minhaj said that the
Beaconhouse School System has always been in the forefront in helping
the people in need. "In 2005, we went to the earthquake-affected areas
and helped the victims in every possible way.
We only need to
channelise students in a more positive and productive way. The students
of today are more patriotic and more concerned about their brethren, who
have suffered at the hands of this natural disaster," she said.
dedication, jail confinement, ball throwing games and dances of horses
on 'dholak' and 'bhangra thaap' were some of the major attractions at
the event. It is worth mentioning here the presence of some cricketers
added attraction to the event. Imran Nazir, Masood Anwar, Shakeel Ahmed
and Waseemullah Khan attracted a large crowd, as students are their
biggest fans and they all gathered around them for their autographs and
snapshots. The news
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