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NWFP Colleges vacation | UoB Convocation

NWFP College vacation
Peshawar, April 03, 2008: The Higher Education Department has notified the following schedule of vacation for all the colleges in the NWFP. Government and private colleges in plain areas will have observe spring vacation from April 1-7, summer vacation from June 7 to August 31 and winter vacation from December 25 to December 31, 2008. Similarly, in hilly areas all the colleges will observe spring vacation from April 1-7, summer vacation from July 1-31, and winter vacation from December 25, 2008 to February 28, 2009. The News

8th UoB Convocation on April 5
QUETTA: Eighth Convocation of University of Balochistan would be held at the University campus here on April 5. Balochistan Governor and Chancellor Nawab Zulfiqar Ali Magsi would be chief guest on the occasion and award medals and confer degrees. PPI

Razmak Cadet College reopens today
MIRAMSHAH: Hundreds of local tribesmen Wednesday accorded a warm welcome to the students and teachers of the Razmak Cadet College on arrival, as the institution is set to reopen today (Thursday) after eight months of closure.

The convoy of teachers and students arrived amid unprecedented security.Earlier, Assistant Political Agent Latifur Rehman, along with tribal elders and a large number of youths received the students in Bannu from where the convoy marched towards the college.

Welcome banners were put in place all along the road and announcements were made via radio stations in Razmak about the timing of convoy. In a unique demonstration, the tribesmen also stood while waiting to welcome the students.

Tribal elders Malik Nasarullah Khan, Malik Qadir Khan, Malik Mamoor Khan and Malik Mumtaz Khan pledged to protect and assist the students and teaching staff of the college, saying they were guests of the whole of Waziristan. The college was closed due to security concerns after heavy clashes between militants and security forces in the troubled South Waziristan tribal region.

The authorities once considered shifting the college to Lakki Marwat after repeated complaints from parents when students were forced to stay at homes for a long time and no substitute arrangements made for their study. However, tribesmen and students in both South and North Waziristan expressed their concern over possible shifting of the college and warned to stage protest. The News
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