Rawalpindi Board intermediate exam results 2010
HSSC part-1 exams result announced. 43pc students successful
Rawalpindi, Oct 05: Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education
on Monday announced result of Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC)
part-I examination with success ratio of 43.22 per cent.
Mughal, a student of Cadet College Hassanabdal secured overall first
position by obtaining 481 marks, Muhammad Ali Fazal secured second
position with 479 marks while Muhammad Akhtar of Military College Upper
Topa (Murree) stood third by taking 476 marks.
While briefing the
newsperson, Chairman, Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary
Education, Abdul Hafeez Chaudhary informed that this year, 53,465
students appeared in Intermediate Part-I examination out of which 22,644
students were declared successful.
Three cases of cheating were
registered during the examination, 18 students were disqualified while
results of 269 was suspended by the Board.
The sources of the Board
said that among boy students, students of Cadet College Hassanabdal,
Hafiz Muhammad Shoaib Khan obtained first position in Pre-Medical Group
by securing 448 marks, Muhammad Adeel Jamal got second position by
securing 448 marks while Ali Hassan got third position by taking 446
Among girl students, student of District Public Higher
Secondary School Chakwal, Rabia Afroz secured first position while
Nirmal Feroz of Fauji Foundation Higher Secondary School, Kallar Kahar
got second position.
In the Pre-Engineering Group, students of Cadet
College, Hassanabdal, and Military College, Upper Topa (Murree) secured
first, second and third positions respectively.
In the General
Science Group, Muhammad Arsalan Shahid a student of Military College,
Sarai Alamgir stood first by securing 445 marks.
Muhammad Najeeb Zulfiqar and Sanaullah remained second and third in the General Science Group.
Aroosa Butt of Punjab College got first position among girl students in the General Science Group.
"my daughter got second position in general science group among girls with 451 marks in intermediate part 1 rwp board her name is mehak ali and her college is post graduate college for women 6th road rwp you have not mention her position here so please mention her position"
Name: samina kazmi
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Private colleges taking full advantage
Rawalpindi: Taking advantage of the shortage of government colleges for boys in the city, private colleges have increased their fees.
have no other option but to pay high fees, as they have to admit their
children in educational institutions for further studies.
education institutes, admissions in any class remain open throughout the
year, which give a chance to students, who could not get admission in
government colleges, to continue their studies. But these colleges are
taking full advantage of the situation in Rawalpindi and no concerned
authorities are there to check their fee structure.
Mostly boys get
admission in private colleges, as there are only four government
colleges in Rawalpindi city, which are not enough to accommodate all or
major chunk of students.
The parents of the students said that many of them couldn't give education to their
children just because they could not afford heavy fees of private
colleges. They demanded that more government colleges for boys should be
built in Rawalpindi city. They said that if it is not possible
immediately at least fee structure of private colleges should be checked
and put under control.
Rizwan Shah, a father, said that he tired his
best for getting admission for his son in a government college in
Rawalpindi but failed in his attempt. He said now he has admitted his
son in a private college where he is paying three times high fee as
compared to any government college.
Inwar ul Haq, another father,
said that his son failed to get admission in government college after
passing his matriculation examination. "Now I am not in a position to
bear the high fee of private colleges and that's why my son has left
getting further education and now learning tailoring at a shop," he
"Our leaders don't have time to think and make new policies for
the lower middle class of this country and this is the main reason that
this class is facing lots of financial issues and committing suicides,"
he added. The news
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Principal-teachers row keeps college shut
Rawalpindi: Academic activities at the Government Degree College
for Women, Dhoke Kala Khan, on Monday remained suspended due to a row
between the principal and the teaching staff.
A teacher wishing
not to be named told this reporter that Principal Mumtaz Liaquat closed
the door of the college building to keep away the students and
About 700 students gathered outside the college and
started protesting against the principal who was transferred from the
college on the complaint of her staff and the students against her
The students had to face a great deal of hardship as
they were unable to return to their homes in the absence of their
transport and remained outside the college gate till their parents
arranged their return.
Some of the students said an internal examination for graduation classes scheduled to be
held on Monday could not be held as students were denied entry to their
classes. The students spoke against their principal and supported the
"Our teachers went to the director colleges,
Rawalpindi division, two weeks back and complained against the principal
in writing after which she was transferred. However, she returned to
the office on Monday saying she had obtained a stay order from the high
court against her transfer," said a student of intermediate level.
The principal was transferred after a committee comprising the heads of
three women colleges - Satellite Town, Viqarun Nisa and F-Block - in
their inquiry report submitted to the higher education authorities
established that the complaints against Ms Liaquat were not baseless,
said a teacher standing outside the college with the students.
The teaching and non-teaching staff of the college had complained to the
administration of colleges that the principal often lost temper over
petty issues and misbehaved with the lower staff.
contacted, Director Colleges Dr Mohammad Ashraf confirmed the incident
and termed it an offshoot of 'discomfort' between the principal and her
staff. He said the district officer (colleges) in his report had said
teaching activity at the college could not take place owing to the
behaviour of the principal.
The director said it seemed that
the row would not die down soon, as the court had stopped the department
from transferring the principal till October 25, the next date of
hearing on the petition filed by the principal.
Dr Ashraf said
the only option available with the administration was to move the high
court requesting for vacating the stay as early as possible otherwise no
education activity could take place in the college.
teachers and students are not ready to accept the principal and their
concerns have been established by the departmental inquiry," he added.
Despite repeated attempts, the college principal could not be contacted for comments. Dawn
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IIU convocation on October 7
Islamabad: The 8th convocation of the International Islamic University (IIU) will be held here on October 7.
thousand and three hundred graduates of the university from September
2008 to August 2009 will get their degrees while 37 Gold medals and 3
PhD degrees will also given during the Convocation. Gulzar Ahmed Khawaja
Chairman Convocation Management Committee and Director Academic
Planning and Coordination (APC) of the University announced this on
Monday. However, a Press Conference in this connection scheduled to be
held today (Tuesday) has been cancelled.
Meanwhile, the IIU
distributed relief at Basti Ali and Basti Dhakki of Dera Ismail Khan and
Bakhar. A team from the university distributed relief goods to over 200
families of those villages, which were badly damaged by the flood in
In Bhakkar a delegation of local notables led by Iqbal
Ghuncha Advocate also called on the IIU delegation and appreciated
universities' effort for flood affectees.
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Beaconiite secures 18 As in 'O' level exams
Islamabad: A very modest, Ibrahim Shahid, a student of Beaconhouse
School System, Boys Branch, Margallah Campus, has come into limelight as
he has secured 18 As in the recently announced O Level Exams.
is the first time any student has attempted 21 subjects in O Level Exams
and secured 18 As in it. Ibrahim Shahid is the son of an educationist,
Shahid Anwar, who is a lecturer in FAST University.
Ibrahim said that his friends motivated him
to appear in multiple subjects and of course he couldn't deny the fact
that this idea came from the achievement by Ali Moeen Nawazish, who is
notable for being the only person in the world to take 23 As in A Level
exams. He said that his friends were confidant that he would definitely
make it big in the O Level exams, as he was the best student around.
Although it was tough for his parents as his father was a salaried
person but they encouraged him to take up all the 21 exams and then
excelling in 18 subjects. Some subjects in which he appeared were
Sociology, World Geography, World History, Travel and Tourism,
Adittional Mathematics, Human and Social Biology and Economics besides
other compulsory subjects.
Ibrahim Shahid is not only an
extraordinary student, but he also takes part in other extra-curricular
activities with the same dedication and enthusiasm. He took part in
Model United Nation in which the won the awards of best delegates and
outstanding diplomacies. He has also done parliantary style debates,
tree plantations with CDA, Member of Student Council and has been the
President of Science Society and President of Environmental Society.
Sometimes he plays a tune or two on his guitar in his spare time and
enjoys volleyball and football in school.
While revealing about his
methodology on studying, he said that he just focused on the subjects
with consistency and the result is in front f everybody. "One has to
concentrate on good revision schedule and there would be no problem in
studying then. The most important thing is that don't let anyone say to
you that you can't do it. If there is a will then there is a way," he
Ibrahim feels that his generation can take Pakistan to the
next level. "First one has to change oneself and then the others would
follow. We can show the world that we are not only the best students in
Pakistan but we are also love our environment and know how to take care
of it," he said.
Beaconhouse School System, Boys Branch, Margalla
Campus Headmistress Mrs. Mehr Asad said that
she congratulates Ibrahim on his achievement and the credit of this
brilliant result goes to the hardworking and dedicated teachers.
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Germany donates 400 books to QAU institute
Islamabad: The Federal Republic of Germany has extended its support to
Pakistani universities, particularly Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU), in
the field of research on ancient civilisations under the Taxila
Institute of Ancient Civilisations (TIAC).
This was stated by German Ambassador to Pakistan Michael Koch in a ceremony at the Islamabad Club here on Monday.
German government has provided more than 400 books to the library of
Taxila Institute of Ancient Civilisations, Quaid-i-Azam University, in
the first phase of collaboration. He said that the German government is
keen to provide a grant of about Rs45 million to the institute for
research on ancient civilisations.
In his address, Michael Koch said
that Germany gives importance to Pakistan as it is a centre of different
civilisations. "That's why the German government thought to join hands
with the TIAC to promote research on ancient civilisations."
QAU Vice Chancellor Dr. Masoom Yasinzai highlighted the contributions
of the university in the field of research. He said that the university
is highly ranked in international institutions of research. He also
unveiled the future plans of the university, which include establishment
of a school of law and starting a four-year honours programme.
Sohail Naqvi, executive director of the Higher Education Commission,
also spoke on the occasion and appreciated the collaboration of the
German embassy with the QAU in the field of research. He termed Pakistan
as a hub of different cultures and civilisations.
Later, TIAC Director Professor Dr. Ashraf thanked the German ambassador for the cooperation in the field of research. The news
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A bazaar of books for everybody
Rawalpindi: On Sundays the pavements on the Bank Road, Haider
Road and Kashmir Road turn into a bazaar of old books, clothes, rugs,
and scores of other wares, giving a festive look to one of the oldest
markets in the city.
As the main shops are closed, the traders spread out their wares wherever they can find space on footpaths.
The stalls of old books dominate the bazaar as for the last 30 years Saddar turns into a market of used books on Sundays.
Now the others have also joined to add colour to the market, including
hand-me-down garments, paints, jackets, T-shirts, children wear,
curtains, quilts, quilted bedcovers, blankets, and rugs.
book lovers of every age group from students to professionals frequently
visit these stalls. Housewives browse books on fiction, recipes,
interior decoration, and floral craft.
The books are crammed in
every available space, on the stalls and the footpaths. One can easily
find classics from the English and American literature, and a plethora
of novels, from the whodunit to romantic.
On one side are books
on Islam, Christianity, Buddhism and other religions. The books on
Islam, mostly in Urdu, dominate the bookstalls. The old book shops also
keep a wide range of books on engineering, medical sciences, and
computers as they are in demand by students.
"One can find good
books here. Prices are low. That's why I like to come here on Sundays.
New books are too expensive," said Babar Shahzad, a teacher.
Abbas Khan, a government servant, also visits Saddar on Sundays in
search of old but good books. For him, the old books were also becoming
costly, but the lure of finding 'rare books' is too much to miss the
"It is a heaven for students. We buy old textbooks and
some books for reference," said Yasir Majeed, a student of the medical
college. He said he was a regular visitor of this bazaar for the last 10
years. He said though the internet provided a lot of information, it
could not replace book reading. Fiqa Naseem, a housewife, visits Saddar
on Sundays with her husband and children. She looks out for magazines
and her husband books on marketing and computers. Dawn
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NIP issues placement letter to 3,800
Islamabad: National Internship Programme (NIP) has issued the placement letters to 3,800 intending candidates of 6th Batch 2010.
NIP official told APP on Monday that, as many applicants have received
their placement letters all over the country including Azad Jammu and
Kashmir and Fata. He said that the induction process of 6th batch has
Explaining the reasons for delay in issuance of
placement letters, he said that the reason was shortage of staff with
the management of NIP and verification of degrees and other documents
from Higher Education Commission (HEC). He said that the application for
batch 2010 would soon be invited in print media.
In 2009 batch which
was ended in the month of July and we have to achieve our 33,000 target
including far-flung areas like Fata, Gilgit and Beltistan.
Programme of Haqoq-e-Balochistan where we have to issue 304 induction
letters after the HEC and Nadra verification to the Balochistan
"NIP programme is designed for the benefit of young
unemployed postgraduates and graduates all over the country, who have
completed sixteen years of education from recognised universities or
degree awarding institutions including external candidates," he
informed. The news
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