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BISE Rawalpindi Scholarships for disabled students

Scholarships for disabled students
Rawalpindi, Apr 15: Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Wednesday announced quota based scholarships on merit for special students passing matriculation examinations in 2009, said a BISE spokesman on Wednesday.

He said the list containing names of those winning scholarships in the category of Hifz-e- Quran and Islamiat (Compulsory) had already been displayed at the BISE offices located at Siddique Chowk and Seventh Road Rawalpindi.

He added that candidates having complaints could lodge their complaints within 15 days, failing which the displayed lists would be considered as final. He said that BISE had also announced scholarships for children of teachers. app

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Educational institutions' security to be beefed up
Islamabad: Following two explosions in the capital that luckily did not cause any casualty, the capital police in a meeting on Wednesday decided to beef up the security of educational institutions and enhance coordination among all wings of the police departments.

The police highups directed superintendent of police (SPs) to visit educational institutions located in their jurisdictions and deliver lectures to sensitise the students and teacher for taking appropriate security measures and ways and means to handle any emergency situation.

The meeting also decided to maintain close a liaison with the citizens of Islamabad to build their confidence over the police department.

Islamabad's Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Tahir Alam Khan appealed to the citizens to inform police in case of observing any suspicious elements and promised that their names would not be disclosed.

Khan also increased the strength of members of security and vigilance committees and ordered to enhance patrolling in the city.

Security guards: Besides beefing up over all security of the capital, Islamabad police have taken a major step to check complete bio-data of security guards appointed at both public and private offices. Khan directed all Station House Officers (SHOs) to accomplish the task in their respective areas.

After the scrutiny of private security guards, they would be briefed about the sensitivities related to current security situation. The new initiative of the police will make them vigilant and they would be requested to immediately contact police in case of observing any mischievous elements or suspects.

The SSP also asked the police officials to remain in touch with trader community and urge them for installing the security cameras at various markets, trade centers and other important places. Daily times

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Degree college for boys approved
Rawalpindi: The Punjab government has approved the construction of a new degree college for boys in Rawalpindi with total cost of Rs900 million.

The residents of Rawalpindi have been facing shortage of colleges for boys and the project of construction of a new degree college for boys in Hazara Colony has been formally approved after a long time.

The work on the construction of additional rooms, halls, auditoriums, science blocks, computer laboratories and new boys and girls hostels in colleges would begin in July with the total cost of Rs900 million. Currently only four degree colleges for boys are working in Rawalpindi city, which are insufficient to accommodate all students. This is one of the main reasons that students are forced to join private colleges by paying huge fees, as they don't have any other option.

Director Colleges (Rawalpindi) Dr. Muhammad Ashraf said that steps are being taken to overcome the shortage of colleges for boys in Rawalpindi. He said that the government is trying its level best to improve the education standard and the number of colleges in Rawalpindi. "We are also planning to construct more colleges for boys in Rawalpindi," he added.

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Japanese speech contest at NUML
Islamabad: A Japanese Language Speech Contest was held at National University of Modern Languages (NUML) here Wednesday in which 10 students from Diploma and Certificate Programme of the Japanese Language Department participated.

The students delivered elaborate and well-prepared speeches on a variety of informative topics such as 'Experience of Learning Japanese', 'Pak-Japan Relationship', 'Why I Want to Visit Pakistan', 'Hunza Baltit Fort', `Places to Visit in Islamabad', `Anime' and 'Leisure Time'.

One of the students elaborated the cultural diversity of Japanese in 'Japanese Street Fashion', which is mostly followed by the people of Tokyo who look different with unusual dressing and makeover.

The panel of judges comprised of Zafar Mehmood, Advisor MEXT Alumni

Association of Pakistan (MAAP); Iftikhar Amjad, a visiting faculty member of Japanese Language Department NUML; and Maki Mizusawa, Third Secretary Public Affairs Section, Embassy of Japan.

Japanese Ambassador Chihiro Atsumi, the chief guest, gave away participation certificates to all students, while the winners were awarded with prizes. The news

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