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Private Matric exams | LUMS student hangs himself

Private students to sit Science Matric exams
Lahore, April 23, 2008: The government permitted private school students to appear in the matriculation examination (science group) in a meeting held by the All Pakistan Private Schools Welfare Association (APPSWA) on Tuesday.

According to a press release issued by the APPSWA, it was demanded that the government make a permanent decision rather than awarding permission on a yearly basis. In the meeting it was said that private students held positions in all annual exams and it was their right to appear in science subjects.

APPSWA President Syed Zulqarnain Shah said that no government could ignore the private sector's contribution to enhancing the country's literacy rate. He said that this decision would increase the number of students appearing in matriculation exams.

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LUMS student hangs himself
Lahore: A Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) student was found hanged in his dorm room on Tuesday. He was a BSc fourth year economics major. The police said that Hashir Munawwar was from Karachi and lived on campus at LUMS. They said that Hashir was having trouble with his grades. Sources said Hashir had been expelled from the university over his grades. Hashir's mother called him on his cell phone on Tuesday, but he did not answer. She called his younger brother, Aqib Munawwar, who was a second year student at LUMS to check on his older brother. Aqib went to Hashir's dorm room (No 111 in M-1 Hostel) and found it locked from inside. Aqib told the hostel warden to open Hashir's room, which he did. Aqib and the warden found Hashir hanging from the ceiling fan with a wire. Defence ASP Ayaz said that because of his poor GPA the university administration wrote to his father, Col (r) Munawwar Hussain, who scolded Hashir. This happened a couple of weeks ago. He said that the police did not find any evidence of foul play. Awais, a LUMS student who knew Hashir, said that the deceased had spent five years at LUMS even though he was enrolled in a four-year programme. He said that Hashir had not graduated and his grades were troubling him again. He said that LUMS would conduct a press conference on Wednesday (today) in this regard. Daily Times

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PU MS Admission forms
Lahore: The Punjab University Examination Department has issued the schedule of admission forms of MS in General Surgery Part-II Annual Examination 2008. The forms can be submitted with single fee till 24 April while the last date for submission of admission forms with double fee is April 28. The exam will commence from May 2. The News

PU debaters win title of 'Most Outstanding Team'
Lahore: Punjab University (PU) debaters won the title of 'Most Outstanding Team' in an international debating contest patterned after the UN and European Model conference. It was organised by the University of Muenster (Germany) and the University of Maastricht (Netherlands).

The contest was attended by a total of 450 delegates from 35 countries. External Linkages Director Prof Dr Najma Najam, and Prof Dr Iftikhar Baloch supervised the 12-member debating team.

Sher Afgan Malik from PU Law College was declared an outstanding delegate of the Disarmament Committee and won a Diplomacy Award, while Maria Mujib from Punjab University College of Information Technology (PUCIT) was declared an outstanding delegate of the World Environment Organisation and also won a Diplomacy Award. Two other PU students, Amna Khan of Molecular Biology and Molecular Genetics and Tasneem Sarwar from PUCIT were also declared outstanding delegates.

Four more PU students were given 'honourable mention', Amir Ijaz for participating in Greenpeace, Hassan Naqvi for SPECPOL (Social, Political and Economic Policy), Nishat Kazmi for representing China in the general assembly and Aziz Nauman Butt for his journalistic coverage of the conference. Mian Naqib Hamid of the Institute of Social and Cultural Studies has become the first ever South Asian student to chair a committee (SPECPOL) in the European Model United Nations (EuroMUN).

Vice-Chancellor (VC) Dr Mujahid Kamran and Students Affairs Adviser Dr Mujahid Ali Mansoori have sent a congratulatory message to the PU delegation and said that a special reception would be arranged on the arrival of the delegation. PU delegation visits the ICJ: The PU students' delegation also visited the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague on Tuesday. After visiting the library and criminal court of the ICJ, the delegation had an hour-long meeting with ICJ Vice President Awn Shawkat. Daily Times

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