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FDE announced results of grade-V exam

2,717 were declared successful with 95.85 pass percentage
Islamabad, April 07: Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) on Monday announced results of Centralised Annual Examinations of grade-V for the session 2008-09. In the examinations, 2,586 regular and private candidates appeared and, of them, 2,717 were declared successful with 95.85 pass percentage. Among boys, Suaid Tariq Balghari of Islamabad College for Boys (IMCB), F-8/4, Ahmad Ali Khan of IMCB, G-10/4, and Muhammad Huzaifa of IMCB, F-8/4, bagged first, second and third positions respectively by securing 585, 582 and 580 marks out of 600. Among girls, Aimen Aizaz of IMCG, F-6/2; Javeria Shamshir of IMCG, F-7/4; and Nawal Alvi of IMCG, F-6/2 clinched first, second and third positions respectively by obtaining 582, 578 and 576 marks out of 600. On the basis of grade point average, the FDE declared IMCG, Korang Town; IMCB, F-8/4; and IMCG, F-7/4 top three best institutions. On the basis of scholarships, IMCB, F-8/4; IMCG, F-6/2; and IMCB, G-10/4 received best distinctions among others. Talking to APP, IMCG, F-6/2, Principal Shaista Peerzada said the results of grade-V students this year remained better than those of previous years. She said the students of her college qualified with excellent grades and the college acquired a great 98.53 pass percentage. The overall improvement in the performance of students is obvious from the results and the whole credit goes to the dedicated staff and the hardworking students, the principal said. App

IMCG I-10/4, FGJM School I-9/4 students grab top positions
Islamabad: Naima Dawood of Islamabad Model College for Girls I-10/4 bagged first position in the Middle Standard Examination (Class-VIII Examination) 2009 conducted by Federal Directorate of Education (FDE).

The FDE on Monday announced results for Middle Standard Examination and annual centralised examination for class-V Naima (20632) got 544 out of 600 marks to take overall position in Middle Standard examination. Muhammad Nawaz Khan (22009) and Sikandar Khan (22036) both from Ali Trust College Khanna Islamabad grabbed second and third positions with 542 and 540 marks respectively. Ali Trust College produced 100% result. The college also clinched 54 out of 100 scholarships, which the FDE had dedicated for boys.

Federal Government Boys Model School G-9/4 was best among government institutions as its students' bagged 14 scholarships with Islamabad Model College for Boys G-10/4 with 8 and Federal Government Model College for Boys I-9/4 with 4 scholarships.

The Annual Centralised examination for Class-V produced 81.12% pass percentage. A total of 17028 private and regular students appeared in the examination out of whom 16692 were declared as successful. The successful rate among regular students of FDE institutions was 82.41 as 12890 out of 13175 passed the examination. In all 3802 private candidates appeared in the examination and 2917 cleared all subjects. Muhammad Abu Bakar Farooqi (3323) of Federal Government Junior Model School I-9/4 took overall top position with 552 out of 600 marks.

Mahnoor (3556) of Federal Government Junior Model School G-6/1-3 was second with 535 and Mahnoor Chaudhry 3774 of Federal Government Junior Model School G-10/3 with 526 marks was overall third.

Among boys, Muhammad Abu Bakar Farooqi was followed by Imad Ahmed (2720) of Federal Government Junior Model School G-10/3 with 515 Waseem Shahzad (16470) of Little Scholars School Model Town Humak with 513 marks.

Among girls, Mahnoor and Mahnoor Chaudhry were followed by Saffa Aftab (16415) of Scientific Model School with 525 marks. Federal Government Junior Model School G-10/3 was adjudged as best institution for securing 39 scholarships. Federal Government Junior Model School G-6/1-3 and Federal Government Junior Model School Model Town Humak managed 18 and 17 scholarships respectively.

The FDE has been holding Middle Standard Examination and centralised Class-V examination for the last seven years to prepare students for further board examinations and competition examinations. The directorate had earmarked 300 scholarships for Class-V and 200 scholarships, 100 each for boys and girls who appear in Middle Standard examination for class-VIII.


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Germany, UK to help provide job skills to youth
Islamabad: Germany and UK have announced a new commitment to Pakistan's youth that will lead to better employment and income opportunities for young men and women across the country.

With less than 1% of the population currently receiving technical training, this initiative, which supports Pakistan's new national skills strategy, is vital for improving the choices for young people in Pakistan.

The German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and the UK Department for International Development (DFID) have joined forces to support the government's own priorities in line with strengthening international donor coordination as set out in the Paris Declaration principles and the EU Code of Conduct. Within a multi-donor fund of approximately Euros 53 million, DFID is proposing a contribution of up to 30 million over 5 years that will hope to benefit 500,000 young people.

The 5-year programme, developed with the Pakistan National Vocational Technical Education Commission (NAVTEC) in collaboration with German Technical Cooperation (GTZ), DFID and the EU - will, it is proposed, be implemented by GTZ through Delegated Cooperation Agreements between the Germany, the UK and the EU.

"This proposed joint programme on Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) is a very good example of how development partners should coordinate their activities, use their comparative strengths and make use of each other's instruments and capacities for implementation and political dialogue," says Federal Minster for Economic Cooperation and Development Heidemarie Wiezcorek-Zeul.

Eric Hawthorn, Head of DFID Pakistan, says, "With 1 million young people entering the labour market each year, DFID is committed to supporting a future for young men and women in Pakistan. The UK and Germany, in working with the government, are helping to give Pakistan's youth the skills and training they need to thrive in today's economy." The Department for International Development (DFID) is the UK Government department responsible for promoting sustainable development and reducing poverty. The central focus of DFID is a commitment to the internationally agreed Millennium Development Goals to be achieved by 2015.

DFID's objectives in Pakistan are to work in partnership with the Government of Pakistan, provincial governments, the international community and other donors to bring enduring and sustainable benefits to the poor.

DFID has launched its new country plan for its work in Pakistan over the next five years in which its priorities are: giving people access to better health and education; making government more effective; ensuring growth works for everyone and ensuring the international community works better together.

Establishment of Saarc University underway
Islamabad: The process of establishing a Saarc University is underway and there had been an agreement over critical issues like students-teachers ratio and management of the university, said Dhaka University's Professor of International Relations, Dr Imtiaz Ahmed.

The educationist from Bangladesh was speaking at a seminar on 'Fostering regional consciousness: the organisation and planning of South Asian University' organised by Sustainable Development Policy Institute here on Monday.

Prof Ahmad said that the main campus of the university would be established in Delhi while different campuses dealing with specialised subjects would be established in each Saarc country with maximum autonomy. He stressed upon the need of taking a decision to establish all these campuses simultaneously adding the rules and regulations of the university were in the formative stage and it would be difficult to change or alter them at later stage.

He said that the university campuses would be established under public-private partnerships where the host country would provide land and support for infrastructure building while institutional and running costs would be met by shared funds. He said that Indian government had already given 100 hectares of land for the purpose.

Dr Ahmed said that initially post-graduate level programmes and short training courses will be started and scope would be upgraded to higher levels subsequently. He said that the idea of having such a university was borrowed from University of West Indies while Asian University of Women, Dhaka, was also based on similar model. He hoped that the university would bring students and teachers from all South Asian countries together.

Earlier, Dr Saba Gul Khattak, former Executive Director of SDPI, said that Saarc members are facing common challenges of violence, poverty, environment, water, refugees, injustices etc and academicians and experts of the region working in the same institution can handle them in a better way.

Referring to violence-related historical events across South Asia and current wave of terrorism, she said that Pakistan is not burning alone and violence plagued all the countries in the region. She said that taking a united initiative was an important way forward to tackle the common challenges. She said that Saarc University would not be a traditional outfit, rather its different campuses and exchange of alternate narratives would better enable us to tackle these issues critical to South Asian collective consciousness.

In the question hour, the participants called for accelerating the pace of setting up of the university. They also asked Pakistan to establish a task force to address critical issues in this process at national level including the sense of ownership to this concept. The News

Arts festival concluded at GIK
Peshawar: Students of the various varsities contested in the three-day All Pakistan Arts Festival 2009 concluded in the Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology here on Monday. The festival was organised by GIK Institute Naqsh Arts Society. One-eighty participants, including 70 girls from different universities participated in the different varieties of arts competition. Prof. Dr Fazal Ahmad Khalid, Pro-Rector (academic), was the chief guest in the concluding ceremony. The competition was divided in T-Shirt Design Competition; Mixed Media competition; Portrait Competition, Landscape contest and Wall graffiti competition. Talha Zahid, Coordinator of the society said that the festival was aimed to provide a platform to the budding artists of the country to present their talent and learn through sharing of their vital experience.

Another objective of the festival, he said, was that to encourage the young artists of the country to display both their best work and show their talent under the various banners in the competition. The organizers claimed that such events enhance skills and develop personality and the great achievement was that to discover many artists who skillfully participated in the festival. They said it also developed a team work habit and raised the concentration level of the participants. The judges from Pakistan National Council of Art also participated in the festival. Prof. Khalid said that Naqsh should arrange photography competition next year and workshop for the youngsters to inculcate the spirit of arts in them. He gave away shields to the winners. F.P. Report

Physicists' moot at NCP starts
Islamabad: The first four-day long Scientific Spring has kicked off at National Centre for Physics (NCP) on Monday.

Eminent physicists from across the country and abroad are attending the event to disseminate the existing work and knowledge and to explore new dimensions of collaboration at national and international level.

The purpose of the activity is to bring together scientists, engineers, technologists, and students to familiarize them with the present and future areas of immense development. Llectures by national and international scientists/engineers and specialists would be delivered during the activity. Nearly 78 lectures would be delivered by the scientists during this four days.

The main aim of holding this scientific spring is to disseminate knowledge and work at national level and to unveil the facilities present at NCP. The activity will focus the core areas of physics and its related fields like Accelerator technology, Astrophysics, Cosmology, Condensed Matter Physics, Higher Energy Physics, Laser Physics, Nanosciences, and Plasma Physics. Foreign scientists from different universities of UK, China, Tashkent and Bangladesh have been participating as speakers.

They will present their research papers and presentations of different field of Physics and Nanosciences in this national activity.

Dr Hamid Saleem, NCP Director General speaking on the occasion said "To become visible as vibrant research nation at international level Pakistan needs active, enthusiastic and professional young researchers. And we are determined to develop National Centre for Physics as an international research centre of excellent repute".

He regretted that there was stagnation in thinking and activity in the whole society. The main reason was that the younger people were not encouraged to make new plans and policies for dynamic changes in the society according to modern trends. If every one of us plays his or her role then the whole nation can progress. "Non-availability of experts and limited defined academic manpower in our institutes are main hurdles in academic development and research culture in Pakistan. The Nation

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