Quetta BISE HSSC annual examination result 2009
BISE declares results of HSSC Annual examination 2009
Quetta Sep 11 : Balochistan Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education
declared results of HSSC Annual examination 2009 Humanities Group and
1st year Science Group here Thursday.
According to result gazette, 12140 candidates appeared for HSSC Annual
examination 2009 Humanities Group. Of these 7518 got through placing
pass percentage at 61.93.
All the three positions were clinched by female candidates. First
position was secured by a private candidate Ms Syeda Shah Agha roll no
53790. She got 837 marks.
Second position was obtained by Ms Anam Habib
roll no 43120 with 776 marks. She is a student of Islamia Girls College
Quetta. Third position holder is Ms Mehwish Nazeer Roll no 42652. She
secured 757 marks. She belongs to Girls Degree College Quarry road
In 1st year Science Group 12499 candidates took up the examination. Of
these 6124 passed placing pass percentage at 49.
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KEMU students plea dismissed
Lahore: The Lahore High Court (LHC) Justice Khalid
Alvi dismissed a writ petition filed by students of King Edward Medical
University (KEMU), seeking second supplementary chance to clear 2nd
professional examination of MBBS.
The petitioners, 10 students
of the KEMU said their fundamental rights had been violated as they
were not being allowed to take part in the exams.
pleaded that since there were no rules and regulations, therefore, the
papers of the petitioners in the last exams were not checked according
to any system but on the basis of liking and disliking of the
respective teachers. The students requested the court to declare the
action of the KEMU ultra vires of the Constitution of Pakistan, 1973.
students also challenged internal evaluation system of the varsity,
terming it fully flawed and unconstitutional. The petitioners requested
the court to allow them to join the classes till the final decision of
Responding to the allegations in the court, the
KEMU counsel defended the internal evaluation system, saying that the
petitioners were passing the exams based on the internal evaluation
system in the past. But, now they were making allegations that their
failures were due to this system.
The counsel of the varsity
further said that an appeal to seek favour was also sent to Governor
Salman Taseer, the chancellor of the varsity, but the appeal was also
After hearing the arguments of both the sides, the judge dismissed the petition.
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Calligraphy needs due importance: experts
Rawalpindi: In compliance with the reverence of
holy month of Ramazan, Rawalpindi Arts Council (RAC) held a
calligraphic group exhibition here Thursday, where students displayed
their work alongside renowned calligraphists.
The final thesis
work of the students of Fatima Jinnah Women University (FJWU), who
worked under the guidance of renowned calligraphist Rasheed Butt, was
also displayed at the exhibition.
Rasheed Butt said it is written in the Holy Qura'an that Allah
Almighty remembers those who remember Him, adding that Allah Almighty,
therefore, blesses calligraphists in a special way, as they
continuously work on His name and His verses from the Holy Qura'an. "We
need to incorporate Islam in our ways of living and calligraphists are
just remembering Allah Almighty in their special way," he said.
Butt said that the students have given him immense feedback and are
highly interested in calligraphy, which needs a lot of intricacy and
hard work. "Besides, these educated girls can also come up with
innovations in their work and will be more knowledgeable about their
creations," he said.
The students of FJWU, including Rafia Ahmed
Usmani, Afra Fayyaz, Sidra Qaiser, Sumera Munawwar, Sumera Tasneem and
Sadia Mukhtar, displayed works in 'Khat-e-Kufi' and
'Khat-e-Nastaleeque', and also incorporated the two into their work
done in watercolours, poster and oil paints on sheets. "We have tried
to modernise the traditional styles. Although, there are set rules and
perimeters in calligraphy, we have tied to bring innovations in the set
guidelines. Moreover, we have tried to balance the compositions between
the 'khats'," they said
students were of the view that one thing that hinders their work is the
non-availability of the required material used in calligraphy in
Rawalpindi, and they have to get it from Lahore. "Materials like the
'kalam' - pens with a special nib used in calligraphy - sheets or inks
are not available here."
Renowned calligraphist Mohammad Elahi
Buksh Matheeh, whose one of the most prominent works include the
'Kalma-e-Shahadat' written on the front wall of the Parliament House,
also displayed his works at the exhibition that included gold sheets,
incorporated with pen and ink on paper sheets as well as wooden sheer
sheets of 'Boj Patter', which is readily available in the forests of
Skardu, Baltistan. "The said material is actually the bark of a tree
that has sheets of paper and is very easy to handle for painting
He said that calligraphy in our country should be
patronised by the government, such as in Iran, where calligraphists are
provided with a lot of facilities. "Every school in Iran has
calligraphists, who teach children this art from the grassroots level,
while the material used for calligraphy, i.e. pens and inks, are easily
available in Iran," he said.
Another artist whose calligraphic
works were on display was Abdul Rehman Tabani, who is inspired by
renowned artist Khalid Javed Yousifi. He learned his techniques of
calligraphy from his father and it's been 17 years that he is
associated with this field. He has also launched the Gojar Khan Arts
Council for interested students to learn from his experience.
Azeem Iqbal, whose name is not new in the field of calligraphy, takes
inspiration from nature, and has abundantly worked on leather, deer
skin, handmade paper, gold, stones and copper. His work for this
exhibition included the new dimensional style in Islamic calligraphy
that covers the golden era of Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him) to
the present century.
Khwaja Mohammad Hussain displayed five of
his paintings in this exhibition. He has been associated with
calligraphy in Khana-e-Farhang from the last 21 years. He also takes
calligraphy-writing classes in Siddique Public School.
Ahmed is a student of graphic designing and has a special inclination
towards calligraphy. He used ink on paper and displayed only three of
his paintings in the exhibition.
MNA Malik Abrar Ahmed, the
chief guest on the occasion, said calligraphy is a beautiful art form
associated with Islam, and appreciated the displayed works of the
renowned artists and encouraged the students. The news
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