Lahore Inter exam result 2014 | GCUF sexual harassment
Inter exam toppers awarded gold medals, cash
Lahore, Sep 13: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Lahore on Friday
announced the results of Intermediate Annual Examination-2014, according
to which, the overall pass percentage stood at 57.94 percent.
A total of 136,433 candidates had appeared in the exam, out of which 79,056 passed.
in the morning, the BISE organised a prize distribution ceremony for
the toppers here at Alhamra. PML-N MNA Waheed Alam Khan awarded the
position holders and heads of their institutions with medals in place of
MNA Hamza Shahbaz who was expected to be the chief guest at the
BISE Lahore Chairman Dr Muhammad Nasrullah
Virk, Government College University (GCU) Vice Chancellor Prof Dr
Khaleeq-ur-Rahman, other officials of the board and high achievers,
their parents and teachers attended the ceremony.
the BISE results, amongst all the five groups in the intermediate
examination, the highest overall percentage was observed in the
With a total of 84.68 percent pass
percentage in the pre-medical group, girls scored 87 percent while the
boys scored 78 percent. Boys scored 75.7 percent in the pre-engineering
group and girls scored 86 percent bringing the total pass percentage in
the pre-engineering group to 78.34 percent.
In the General
Science group, the total pass percentage was 60.7 in the group for
girls being 71 percent while 51.6 percent for boys. The total pass
percentage in the Commerce group was 61.5, for girls 78 percent and that
for boys 51 percent. The pass percentages in the Humanities group were
the lowest. The total pass percentage in the group stood at 43 percent,
girls scored a pass percentage of 54 percent while the same percentage
stood at only 27.8 percent for boys.
result, Dr Muhammad Nasrullah Virk said the current results were the
15th result in a row which had been delivered on time by the management.
He said the mechanism for the examination process had been improved
upon over the years to ensure accuracy and efficiency. It is pertinent
to mention here that the BISE Lahore like other examination boards of
the province had announced the names of toppers of the said exam at a
press conference on Thursday.
On Friday, the overall top
position holder was awarded a gold medal, Rs20,000 in cash and a laptop
while the first, second and third position holders in all the groups
were awarded gold, silver and bronze medal respectively with cash prize
of Rs20,000, Rs15,000 and Rs10,000 position wise.
according to a press release, the Vice Chancellors (VCs) of public
sector universities Friday congratulated GCU Lahore VC Prof Dr Muhammad
Khaleeq-ur-Rahman, faculty members and students on securing the first
two and overall 11 positions in the Lahore Board's Intermediate
University of Engineering and
Technology (UET) Vice Chancellor Lt-Gen (r) Muhammad Akram Khan, Punjab
University VC Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran, University of Health Sciences
(UHS) VC Maj Gen (r) Prof Muhammad Aslam, Kinnaird College Principal Dr
Rukhsana David, Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) Vice
Chancellor Prof Dr Sabiha Mansoor, University of Education VC Prof Dr
Faiz-ul-Hassan and King Edward Medical University (KEMU) VC Prof Dr
Faisal Masud said GCU in the recent years revived its tradition of
excellence and regaining its glory in academics and co-curricular
activities. They said GCU was the only public sector institution that
had secured record 11 positions in the Lahore Board which was a matter
of great pride.
Speaking on the occasion, Vice Chancellor
Prof Khaleeq-ur-Rahman attributed the tremendous achievement of the GCU
students to their hard work and talent through which they managed to
uphold the GCU's tradition of excellence. He said it was due to
unflinching dedication and commitment of the GCU students to their
studies and invaluable pedagogical input of the highly-qualified trained
GCU faculty that GCU was ranked among the top educational institutions
of the country.
He said he personally monitored the GCU
Directorate of Intermediate Studies, as it was a nursery to provide
Pakistan the brightest of its professionals, including scientists,
doctors, politicians, social reformers, sportsmen, musicians and
engineers. He announced that GCU would hold a grand ceremony in the
honour of its position holders. The news
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LHC moved to sack GCUF dean 'guilty' of sexually harassing teacher
Lahore: Justice Abid Aziz Sheikh of the Lahore High Court on Thursday
issued notices to the vice chancellor of Government College University
Faisalabad (GCUF) and secretaries of higher education and law
departments on a petition seeking undue delay in termination of a
professor found guilty of causing sexual harassment to a female
The judge sought replies from the respondents by October 2.
Ayesha Imtiaz, an assistant professor of the university petitioned that
Prof Shahbaz Tariq, dean of social sciences department, used to send
obnoxious text messages on her personal cellular phone number. The
counsel for the petitioner said that on his client's complaint, the vice
chancellor ordered an inquiry into the matter and the dean was found
guilty of the charges and an action was recommended against him but that
nothing has been done so far. He alleged that a serving senior
superintendent of police (SSP) also started sending her such obnoxious
messages at the behest of the accused professor.
He said that under the
Protection against Harassment of Women at Workplace Act, the guilty
officer was liable to be terminated within seven days but that the GCUF
authorities referred the matter to the Law Department for legal opinion.
He requested the court to order the respondent authorities to terminate
the guilty professor forthwith. Daily times
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