PU results | CSS examination suitability clause
PU announces MA, MPA, BSc, LLM, MSc results
Lahore, April 28, 2008: The Punjab University Examination Department has declared the
results of MA Public Policy, MA Marketing, MPA, BSc (Hons) Environmental
Sciences, MA Mass Communication (Replica), LLM (Final) and MSc (Hons)
According to a press release, in MA Public Policy, session
2004-2006, 22 candidates had appeared and 20 were declared successful while
result of two candidates is late. The roll numbers of successful candidates are:
04-MPP-04, 04-MPP-06, 04-MPP-07, 04-MPP-08, 04-MPP-09, 04-MPP-10, 04-MPP-11,
04-MPP-13, 04-MPP-14, 04-MPP-15, 04-MPP-16, 04-MPP-17, 04-MPP-18, 04-MPP-19,
04-MPP-20, 04-MPP-21, 04-MPP-23, 04-MPP-24, 04-MPP-25, 04-MPP-26,
In MA Marketing, semester system, session 2004-2006, 21
candidates had appeared, 20 were declared passed while result of one candidate
is late. Roll numbers of the successful candidates are: 04-mkt01, 04-mkt02,
04-mkt09, 04-mkt10, 04-mkt14, 04-mkt15, 04-mkt16, 04-mkt17, 04-mkt18, 04-mkt19,
04-mkt20, 04-mkt21, 04-mkt22, 04-mkt23, 04-mkt24, 04-mkt25, 04-mkt26, 04-mkt28,
04-mkt34, 04-mkt35, 04-mkt38.
In Master of Public Administration (MPA),
semester system, session 2004-2006, a total of 31 candidates had appeared, 27
were declared passed while result of four candidates is late. Roll numbers of
the successful candidates are: 04-MPA01, 04-MPA03, 04-MPA06, 04-MPA08, 04-MPA12,
04-MPA16, 04-MPA17, 04-MPA18, 04-MPA19, 04-MPA22, 04-MPA23, 04-MPA26, 04-MPA27,
04-MPA28, 04-MPA30, 04-MPA33, 04-MPA36, 04-MPA37, 04-MPA38, 04-MPA39, 04-MPA40,
04-MPA41, 04-MPA42, 04-MPA44, 04-MPA46, 04-MPA47, 04-MPA48, 04-MPA49.
BSc (Hons) Environmental Sciences, self supporting, semester system, session
2001-2004, a total of 42 candidates had appeared and nine of them were declared
passed while result of 33 candidates is late. Roll numbers of the successful
candidates are: 01envbsc.e07, 01envbsc.e14, 01envbsc.e23, 01envbsc.e25,
01envbsc.e28, 01envbsc.e29, 01envbsc.e38, 01envbsc.e39, 01envbsc.e41.
MA Mass Communication (Replica), semester system, session 2002-2004, only one
candidate appeared and got success.
In LLM (final), annual examination
2006, only one candidate appeared and was declared successful.
(Hons) Mathematics, semester system, session 2005-2007, two candidates appeared
and both were declared successful. The News
CSS examination topper approves suitability clause
Lahore: The psychological test of the
Central Superior Services (CSS) examination will be rendered meaningless if the
suitability clause of the Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC) is abolished,
said a CSS candidate who has topped in the examination.
Gondal is a lecturer at the Government College University and has topped the
36th CSS examination. He is also a nephew of Sargodha Deputy Inspector General
(DIG) Hamid Mukhtiar Gondal. He said that the FPSC chairman reserved the right
to assign candidates to the departments according to their suitability under the
Mahmoodur Rehman Khattak, who had qualified for the District
Management Group (DMG), but after the test he was assigned to Customs, which is
lower than the DMG. He said, however, that he was happy and agreed with the FPSC
Eight successful candidates: Amara Athar is from the Punjab and has
been assigned to the Police Service of Pakistan (PSP). She is a daughter of late
DIG Rana Abid Saeed and wife of Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Athar
Waheed, who passed the 31st CSS examination.
Usman Ejaz Bajwa is from the
Punjab and has been assigned to the PSP. He was serving as an income tax officer
and had been appointed to this position after passing the 34th CSS
Syed Husnain Haider, who is also from the Punjab, has been
assigned the PSP. He is currently doing LLM from the Queen's University,
Farrukh Raza is from Sindh and has been assigned to the PSP. He
is a doctor by profession and is also a representative of the Human Rights
Syed Mashkoor Ali is from Sindh and has been assigned to the
Income Tax Department. Before the psychological test he was assigned to the
Customs Department, but because he was already serving in the Income Tax
Department, he was against assigned to this department.
Hashmi, who is from Balochistan, has been allocated to the Customs. Before this,
he was serving in the Information Department, which is lower to the Customs
Dr Muhammad Junaid is assigned to the Railways. He topped
the Balochistan Public Service Commission in 2005. He is a veterinary
Mahwish Shah, who belongs to Balochistan, has been assigned to
Customs. She is a daughter of a Customs collector. Fuad Ghaffar Soomro is from
Sindh and has been assigned to the DMG. His father is serving as secretary in
Sindh in the DMG group.
PU student wins IBP gold medal
Lahore: A Punjab University student has
won a gold medal along with a cash prize of Rs 110,000 and a certificate of
appreciation after securing first position in the Institute of Bankers' Pakistan
(IBP) Research Papers Competition.
According to a press release, IBP
Chairperson Dr Shamshad Akhtar, who is also the governor of the State Bank of
Pakistan, awarded the medal and cash prize to the student, Dr Gohar Sattar. The
topic of his research paper was "Challenges and opportunities in microfinance".
Sattar has dedicated this award to the PU Institute of Business
Administration and expressed his resolve to uphold this standard of performance
in future as well. PU Vice Chancellor Dr Mujahid Kamran called the achievement
'excellent', saying that the university had won many national and international
awards during the last three months. He said that PU students had also won
awards at the United Nations Model Conference in Germany and the Netherlands,
and the All Pakistan English-Urdu Declamation Trophy at Fatima Jinnah Women
IBA Director Prof Azhar Ikram congratulated the university
and Dr Sattar for the achievement, saying it was an honour and pride for IBA. He
said that the IBA administration was working hard to further improve the
institution. Daily Times
GCU students win talent scholarships
Lahore: The Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC) has awarded talent
scholarships to two students of the Government College University's Centre for
Advanced Studies in Physics.
According to a press statement issued on
Saturday, the scholarship, awarded to Malik Muhammad Khan and Muhammad Hassan,
the students of BSc Engineering and Telecommunications, would cover tuition fee,
hostel dues, monthly stipend for 4 years and the yearly book allowance.
The centre's director Prof Dr Ijaz Mujtaba Ghauri, in a briefing, said
after the completion of their course, the students would be provided jobs in the
Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission at least for five years. ''The GCU had
launched first ever engineering program of its type in 2006 and different
scientific agencies has started recognising its standard of research and
academic excellence even before its pioneer batch has completed,''he said.
Meanwhile, GCU Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Khalid Aftab also commended the
achievement of the students. The News