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Peshawar University announced BA, BSc supplementary result

UoP declared supplementary exams result with pass percentage of 42.18
Peshawar, April 21: The University of Peshawar (UoP) Monday declared results of BA/BSc supplementary examinations.

According to the UoP's Controller of Examination, Iftikhar Hussain, a total of 22,472 students appeared in the examination of which 9,480 qualified, giving a pass percentage of 42.18. Addressing a news conference on the premises of the university, Iftikhar said 56 centers had been established for the exams and dutiful invigilating staff deputed for the job. He said the university examination section conducted 138 examinations each year.

The controller said about 70,000 students are expected to appear in the next annual BA/BSc examination at 200 examination centers in various parts of the province. Iftikhar demanded of the high-ups of the law-enforcement agencies to extend maximum cooperation to the examination section of the university to ensure peaceful and fair exams. The News

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UoP hostel to be named after Parishan Khattak
Peshawar: University of Peshawar vice-chancellor Dr Azmat Hayat Khan has announced to name the new hostel in the university after Prof Parishan Khattak.

The decision was taken in recognition of the services of the late Prof Parishan Khattak for portraying and promoting Pashto language during his tenure at the Pashto Academy and the University Grants Commission, now called the Higher Education Commission.

At a condolence reference held at the university's Sir Sahibzada Abdul Qayyum Museum Hall on Saturday, speakers paid tribute to the renowned scholar, academician and intellectual for his services and contribution for education.

The ceremony was presided over by Dr Azmat and the participants included UoP registrar Sherinzada Khattak, PUTA president Dr Abrar Khan Afridi, deans and heads of different departments, faculty members, students and renowned scholars and poets.

Dr Azmat, lauding the services of Parishan Khattak, said he was a poet, educationist and intellectual of the highest calibre.

Mr Sherinzada said that apart from being a poet and educationist, Prof Khattak was an outstanding administrator.

Later, the gathering offered Fateha for the departed soul. Dawn

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Books for college libraries
Peshawar: We would like to request the Minister for Higher Education and Secretary Higher Education, Government of NWFP, that HEC has released the grant for Rs. 7.7 million to 130 colleges in NWFP for the purchase of books for their libraries. National Book Foundation being the government organization supplies all types of books whether local or imported on high discounted prices. The Minister for Higher Education with the Secretary is requested to issue the circular and advise the colleges' principals in NWFP to purchase their 50 % budget books from the NBF, Peshawar. This will finish the audit objection as well due to the purchases of govt sector with each other. We are sure they will take the necessary action. further I would like to request the principal of all the colleges in NWFP to keep the NBF on their top priority basis for the colleges library books. F.P Report

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Teachers oppose shifting of college from Mardan
Peshawar: The Sarhad College Teachers Association (SCTA) has opposed shifting of Government Postgraduate College from Mardan to Shankar, demanding the government to withdraw the decision otherwise they would launch a protest drive and move court.

The reservations were voiced at a meeting of SCTA presided over by its Central General Secretary Professor Mohammad Ikram Khan at the Government Postgraduate College Mardan on Monday. The officials of the administration, professors and other staff of the institution also attended the meeting.

The participants welcomed the establishment of Abdul Wali Khan University, saying it would promote education in the area. However, they said the Postgraduate College Mardan, established in 1952, was preferred for the setting up of university and after long discussion it was decided that some portion of the college would be given temporarily to the university.

The participants said that shifting the college to the newly built Shankar College building in rural Mardan would be a negation of the promises made by Vice-Chancellor of Abdul Wali Khan University Dr Ihsan Ali. They said it would be tantamount to usurping the assets and status of the college.

The participants of the meeting said around 3,425 students of low-income families, mainly from urban Mardan, were studying in the college and shifting of the college to Shankar would increase transport problems. They said the building of the Shankar College could hardly house 700 students. They demanded that instead of shifting the college, the university should be established in Shankar. The News

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