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NWFP UET BTech exam schedule | IIU students' demands

NWFP UET announces BTech exam schedule
Peshawar, Sep 13: NWFP University of Engineering and Technology (UET) Peshawar has announced the schedule for BTech 1st and 2nd year (four-year programme) and BTech Part-I and II (Pass and Honours course) Annual Examination 2007, said a release issued here on Thursday.

According to a notification, BTech 1st year (four-year programme) new course and Part-I Pass course and Honours (old course) examination will commence from October 21, 2008 and BTech 2nd year (new course) and BTech Part-II Pass course and Honours (old course) examination will commence from October 22, 2008.

Last date for submission of examination admission forms and Rs 600 fee in the office of the controller of examination for regular and re-appearing candidates is September 23, 2008. Regular and re-appearing candidates who submit late fee should deposit Rs 1,000 by 30 September, 2008 while fee per paper for all candidates is Rs 200.

The receipt of examination fee (in original), photocopy of Detailed Marks Certificate (DMC) (recent exam) and three passport size photographs duly attested by the principal/chairman of the department concerned should be attached with the examination admission form. Daily Times

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"ihave complete DAE in 1st division .now i want addmission in btech. "
Name: zahoor
Email: zahoor_4ever@yahoo.com
City, Country: peshwer

"why 3-years DAE+4-years b.tech (hons) degree which is 7-YEARS in engg decipline is not considered TO be equal as BSc Engg only in pakistan due to PEC.it is the violation of suprem court,HEC and the Government of Pakistan policy.A serious action must be take either to stop the further admission or to accrediate these professionals.Unite all B.TECH Engrs to achieve our goal. chief organizer B.Tech engr wajid ali khan B.Tech Engineers association Kyber Pukhtoon Khwa"
Name: wajid ali khan
Email: smily_wajid@yahoo.com
City, Country: peshawar

"inshallah by the grace of GOD and struggle of our friends ie the cabinate members of b.tech engineering association kpk we will get registration."
Name: adnan
Email: adnan_elect@yahoo.com
City, Country: khyber pukhtoonkhwa swabi pakistan

"BS.c Engg must be equal to B-Tech (hons) and BS.c Engg is called specialization in theoretical work and B-Tech is called specialization in Practical work .And Both are called Engineers Both are eligible to MS.c Engg "
Name: Asad Ali
Email: specialdosti@yahoo.com
City, Country: Lahore

"3-years DAE+4-years b.tech (hons) degree which is 7-YEARS in engg decipline is not considered TO be equal as BSc Engg only in pakistan due to PEC? Ans: B.tech students:> we need a long struggle for our right and insha allah we fight agianst it and become a register student of PEC."
Name: Muhammad Younas
Email: younas84@yahoo.com
City, Country: Charsadda & pakistan

"3-years DAE+4-years b.tech (hons) degree which is 14-YEARS in engg decipline is not considered TO be equal as BSc Engg only in pakistan due to PEC? Ans: B.tech students:> we need a long struggle for our right and insha allah we fight agianst it and become a register student of PEC." Name: Rizwan Rehman Email: rizwanrehman_isd@hotmail.com City, Country: Islamabad Pakistan"
Name: Rizwan Rehman
Email: rizwanrehman_isd@hotmail.com
City, Country:Islamabad pakistan

"we demand from PEC to reg B.TECH(Hons)grduate as engineers because govt of Pakistan (Ministry of Education),supreem court of Pakistan,HEC,FPSC and high court of Pakistan givn them equilency to B.E/B.Sc Engg degree.OR ESSTABLISHE PAKISTAN TECHNOLOGY COUNCIL which solvethe problems of Engg Technologist.chief organizer wajid ali khan B.Tech Engineers Association KPK."
Name: wajid ali khan
Email: smily_wajid@yahoo.com
City, Country:peshawar

"me ne d.a.e electrical g.c.t nowshera se kya hai ab me b.teh karna chahta hu pr as ke leay meri ek requet hai p.e.c se kh wo b.tech ko b.sc engg ke brabr kr dy qkh hum seven year studay kr leaty hai our wo 4 sal wo engg kahlaty hai aur hm nai .akhar kyun/.bs yahi requst hai meri p.e.c kh regester kra dy.thanx"
Name: hamood ur rahman
Email: afridib36@yahoo.com
City, Country: nowshera k.p.k

"we demand from PEC to reg B.TECH(Hons)grduate as engineers because govt of Pakistan (Ministry of Education),supreem court of Pakistan,HEC,FPSC and high court of Pakistan givn them equilency to B.E/B.Sc Engg degree.OR ESSTABLISHE PAKISTAN TECHNOLOGY COUNCIL which solve the problems of Engg Technologist"
Name: Ghazi Khan
Email: ghazikhan_swt143@yahoo.com
City, Country: Peshawar, Pakistan

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Students' demands unjustified, politically-motivated: President IIU
Islamabad: President Islamic International University Anwar Hussain Siddiqi on Thursday described the ongoing protests of female students against hostel management politically-motivated, saying their demands hold no grounds. The angry female students are demanding of the hostel management to put baron girls' admission to the hostel as the 800-bed facility is already packed to the capacity.

He said that resorting to media was not a panacea to the situation, they should come to the negotiating table to resolve the issue in a peaceful manner, the head told APP when his reaction was sought on the current agitation.

"I advise them not to take law into their hands and let their other fellows attend classes in peaceful way", he added.

"Their (girls) demand is unjustified as those who are seeking accommodation in the hostel belong to remote areas, we don't have an extra hostel for them, thus they should show a spirit of altruism to put up these aspirants, along, who mostly came of poor families", he remarked.

He said a total of three hostels functional, having capacity for only 2,000 students while the university owing to lack of financial resources had been failed to construct more accommodation facility for students of far-lung areas.

"We are in desperate need to build more hostel facilities, but we do not have money, you know, the government should rise to the occasion by diverting funds for building hostels".

Sources said that these girls have political affiliations with different parties and were agitating to attain political ends by vitiating the university's environment.

Replying to a question, he said that once Islamic Bank approached to the university with an offer to build six hostels on loan but the later could not materialize the plan without financial support of the government, he added.

When contacted one of the protestors, she said there was a stifling atmosphere in the compound, adding the university was making lame excuses that there was a lack of funds.

"The university makes quick buck in every fall under different heads, who on earth will believe in their shallow assertions", she retorted. App

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British Council plans to boost Pakistan's educational standard
Islamabad: British Council aims at strengthening the cross-cultural exchanges coupled with several educational endeavors to promote the bilateral ties between Pakistan and United Kingdom.

This was stated by Director Marketing and Communications, British Council Darrin Vardon, during an Iftar Dinner hosted by British Council Islamabad, here on Friday.

Darrin Vardon maintained that British Council has initiated seven mega programmes that would create enormous impact to boost educational standards in Pakistan. These programmes have been initiated in collaboration with National Vocational, Technical Educational Council (NAVTEC) and Ministry of Education, he added.

The educational programmes that have been launched so far, include Active Citizens, Innovation and Excellence, Central Saint Martins, Connecting Classrooms, English for Teaching; Teaching for English, and Skills for Employability.

"All these programmes would surely make a difference in educational sector of Pakistan", Darrin Vardon remarked adding that British Council has adopted priority measures to enhance the 'O' levels and 'A' levels programmes in Pakistan, including extensive exchange of the students across borders.

Marketing Manager, British Council Salman Cheema said that upcoming programmes in the pipeline include capacity building programmes and training workshops for journalists and media men.

The British Council intends to create awareness among media representatives regarding emerging international trends in print and electronic media.

"However, these programmes can only be launched provided that their feasibility and compatibility is evaluated and discussed", he added.

The management of British Council thanked both electronic and print media for giving due coverage to the Council where it deemed necessary.
Several prominent journalists, anchorpersons from electronic media and other media representatives were also present on the occasion. The Nation

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UoP students boycott classes
Peshawar: University of Peshawar Students of Computer Science Department boycotted the classes as protest against the harsh behaviour from the university administration here on Thursday. People's Students Federation held a protest demonstration in the university. While addressing to the protestors Vice President PSF Malik Amjid Khan said that their boycott of classes would continue till the fulfilment of their demands. He said that teachers were not available in the department in time and the precious time of students was wasting. He said that the Vice Chancellor Dr. Azmat Hayat was informed to solve the problem and a three-day deadline was given to the administration, but administration did nothing in this regard. Amjid Khan said that till the recruitment of permanent staff of computer science the protest would continue. He said that university administration was providing them visiting professors and lecturers and we did not accept this. He said that if their demands would not fulfil till Saturday they would come on roads for protest and would give any kind of sacrifice for their rights. F.P. Report

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