BISE Mirpurkhas intermediate exams results 2009
Mirpurkhas BISE announces intermediate results
Mirpurkhas, Sep 15: Mirpurkhas Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education
announced the results of higher secondary certificate part-II (class –XII) of
humanities, science, general and commerce groups here on Monday.
Humanities group, Shazia of Government Girls Degree College of Tando Adam
secured the first position by getting 860 marks.
The second position
went to Inayatullah of Government Boys Degree College of Umerkot who obtained
Abida Kanwal of Government Girls Degree College of Tando Adam
stood third and secured 798 marks.
In commerce group, Bilawal of
Government Model College of Mirpurkhas obtained the first position by securing
Uzma Naz of Government Ibne Rushd Girls College of Mirpurkhas
secured the second with 805 marks.
Adnan Haider of Government Pir Syed
Sibghatullah Shah Shaheed Degree College stood third by obtaining 784 marks.
Total 3,204, candidates appeared in the arts group. Of them five passed
in grade A, 329 in grade B, 1,061 in grade C, 193 in grade D and five in grade
In commerce group, total 324 candidates appeared and only one
candidate got grade A-1, four A, 19 B, 105 C, 119 D while 9 candidates got grade E. Dawn
"work hard and get your goal never waste your time your time is very percious "
Name: ayaz ali
City, Country: Mirpurkhas
"Very Good result I Think Mps Board Not Cheak paper full"
City, Country: Mithi Pakistan
"mirpukhas board is best"
Name: amjad ali
"please continue your study?"
City, Country: Mithi
City, Country: mirpurkhas
"what is a reslt of ninth class?"
Name: sagar raj
City, Country: umarkot sinndh
"plz show 1st year result.."
Name: Amir Ali
City, Country: MirPurKhas, Pakistan
"result kab aaye ge 11 12 ke"
City, Country: mirpurkhas makhan smoon
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New literary efforts breath life into Urdu literature
Karachi: A number of worthy literary magazines that have been recently launched,
including 'Symbol', 'Aaninda', 'Makalma', 'Roshnai', 'Mizah Plus' and 'Izhar',
have brought many key aspects and issues of Urdu literature to the
The magazine, 'Symbol' which is published and edited by Ali
Muhammad Farshi, along with a very good team, presented several literary pieces
from various countries with in a manner that has provided a new perspective.
The editorial note by Farshi speaks of the pragmatist forces around the
world who seem to have the hidden agenda to get the production of literature
limited for literature performed a great role in making people 'more mohazib'
(civilised) and peaceful, which did not serve the cause of the forces of
The magazine also presents an interesting interview of a
unique Indian artist, Imroz, which was conducted by Saleem Pasha. Imroz revealed
plenty about Sahir Ludhyani, Amrta Pritum(Amrita) and other contemporary writers
and literary circles, and also spoke about the time that he spent with
Other literary figures have also made important
contributions in the form of poetry, short stories, translations. A prominent
critic and poet, Saba Ekram, has provided a detailed account of production of
Urdu short stories in present times.
Ekram has analysed modern short
stories and writers in the context of his theory taking modern story and
subjective realism into account. He has given a good conclusion on the art of
expression, knitting and formats of today's Urdu short story. Another critic, Dr
Iqbal A'afaqi has also written on the theory and art of modern short
Another magazine titled 'A'ainda' published by a renowned short
story writer and critic, Mehmood Wajid and edited by notabe writer and critic,
Saira Ghulam Nabi, provides literary pieces of different fiction writers, poets
The magazine presents a thought-provoking editorial on
the actual mission of writers and creators and urges them to consider today's
serious issues. The issue has also presented writings on the art and fiction of
Qura'atul Aain Haider and the political and economic issues taken by Haider in
The Academy Baazyaft has launched two issues of 'Makalma'
edited by Mubeen Mirza. Both the issues, termed 'Afsana Number', have not only
published as many as 100 Urdu short stories but also presented important
critical pieces related to the issue of short stories. Critics have presented
their in-depth studies on the art of writing of short stories as well as
highlighted the crisis and failures in the production of the short stories
The humorous magazine 'Mizah Plus' edited by Anwar Ahmed Alvi and
his team has also produced interesting pieces of famous late writers. The
masterpieces of Maulan Charagh Hasan Hasran, Ibne Insha and other literary
giants have been included in Mizah Plus.
The Urdu monthly, 'Izhar' edited
by Yasmeen Memon, Aamira Zartash, Sabir Zafar has presented nice pieces on Urdu
literature. The magazine is published by the government of Sindh, but the team
which is brining out this monthly is very keen to contact the city writers and
publish their literary pieces.
The latest issues have provided
interesting poetic pieces and articles on a range of issues. An article on the
issue of feminism in literature, written by Dr Fatima Hasan, is certainly worth
reading. Many prominent writers, poets and critics, including Ahmed Omar
Shareef, Ahsan Saleem, Fazil Jameeli and others also write for Izhar on a
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Pir Mazhar pays surprise visit to Govt Girls College Lyari
Karachi: Senior Education Minister, Pir Mazhar ul Haq, paid a surprise visit to the
Government Girls College, Lyari on Monday and expressed his disappointment over
the absence of teaching and non-teaching staff from the college without any
The senior minister seized the attendance register of
teaching and non-teaching staff and directed Secretary Education and principal
of the college to take serious action against the absent staffers. He also asked
Director General Colleges and Regional Director Colleges to find the reasons of
such malpractice. Haq expressed displeasure at the presence of a garbage pile in
front of the college gate. He called on Chief Engineer, Jamshed Town, and
directed him to immediately remove the debris and waste from the location.
As many as 12 out of 20 lectures, two assistant, one lab attended and a
Naib Qasid were not present on the job when the education minister visited the
college. A departmental enquiry was ordered in this regard.
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Students most vital segment of society
Karachi: Students are one of the most important segment of society and they should be
given due importance by their parents, teachers, and the entire society. A
country that neglects the youth fares badly and lags behind in the development
process and we should avoid this mistake.
Dr Meraj ul Huda, Naib-Amir,
Jamaat-e-Islami, Sindh, observed this while speaking at the 'Talent
Tribute-2009" for the high achievers of Karachi Boards.
Intermediate Education Karachi, chairman, Prof Anwar Ahmed Zai, in his speech,
lambasted the rote learning system. "We have done away with that system. Now, 50
percent of the questions will have short answers, 30 percent descriptive and 20
percent objective that will compel the students to study in depth. No more
cheating and no more cramming the answers of a few questions," he
Educationist Yousuf Almas, CEO EduVision, presented a detailed
study of choosing the career and avoiding the disciplines of study that did not
interest the students. The news
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