Azad Jammu Kashmir SSC exam result 2009
Boys clinch top positions in AJK SSC exam result
Mirpur, Aug 03: Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Azad Jammu Kashmir
announced result of annual Secondary Schools Certificate (SSC) examination with
pass percentage of 54.31 here on Saturday.
Mehtab Ahmed son of Zaheer
Ahmed (roll no 126359) of Read Foundation School Charhoie (Kotli district)
secured first position overall by securing 1011 out of a total of 1050
Similarly Muhammad Zulqarnain s/o Nawab Ali (Roll No 125253) of
High School Rajdhani, Kotli, secured second position by obtaining 1001 marks and
Ms. Anum Habib d/o Abdul Habib (Roll No 101560) of Pak Kashmir Institute of
Computer Sciences, Mirpur secured third position by obtaining 995 marks. All
these first three positions holding students in the entire Board belonged to the
A special ceremony was held in the offices complex of the
AJK BISE to announce the results. AJK Minister for Education (Colleges) Sardar
Muhammad Naeem Khan was the chief guest on this occasion.
Education minister, Chairman of the Board Prof Dr. Muhammad Sagheer Kiyani and
Controller Examination (Schools) Raja Abdul Rehman and Secretary Prof. Raja
Muhammad Ayaz announced the names of the successful students who secured top 20
positions in the examination.
Among the students securing first three
positions in General Group Ms. Maryam Ali d/o Ali Asghar (Roll No 134496) of
Girls High School Samlotha Mirpur, Ms. Zeenat Rafique d/o Muhammad Rafique (Roll
No 134780) of Girls High School Mohra Kanyal, Mirpur and Ms. Mehwish Shabbir d/o
Muhammad Shabbir (Roll No 134784) of Girls High School Mohra Kanyal, Mirpur
secured first, second and third positions in the examination in entire board by
bagging 944, 924 and 918 marks respectively.
The AJK Education minister,
while speaking on the occasion said that the AJK government will launch a plan
for ensuring quality education to meet contemporary and future challenges.
"Congratulations for position holders in SSCE 2009.The Govt.AJK,should finalcially support all these talented students.Most of them belongs to very poor families,as The CM.punjab MR.Shahbaz Sharif granted 3 million Ruoees for a position Holder poor student in LAHORE Board.This is really an appreciatealble action.Thankyou."
Name: ASIF JAVED
City, Country: luton UK
"BA RESULT 2009 result at ajk bise website"
Name: muhammad zaheer
City, Country: karachi,pakistan
"Salamhow are you all there,i wil hope maybe you wil be fine..im the Student of BBA-IT in the bannu univeristy...If any my dear friend know abt the new type of Fata Student Schalorship,then plz justly email to me,thank and thank nd also welcome "
Name: Farman Ullah khan
City, Country: Bannu domail,pakistan
"9th class result kab a raha ha ha ajk board ka.plz send us ajk board adress jis per result check karta ha i wait plz send me my id"
City, Country: lahore
"mirpur board ke amlay ko abi tarbiat ki zaroorat hai unhen taneez nhe hai."
Name: pervaiz Siddiqui
City, Country: Kotli Azad Kashmir
"Mirpur board na too har aik pass kobi fail kar diya ha inko tarbiat ki bohat zarorat ha specially controller board understood board controller"
City, Country: Muzzafrabad
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Scholarships plan for Fata, Baloch students faces hindrance
Islamabad: Ministry of Education's project titled 'Quality Educational
Opportunities for Students of Balochistan & Fata' is facing hardships due to
the lack of resources and required staff.
The main purpose of the
project is to remove the backwardness and sense of deprivation of the people of
Balochistan and Fata by giving their students opportunities at the national
level to channelise their talent for the country's development.
paper work on the project was started in 2006 and the project was approved by
the Central Development Working Party (CDWP) on February 27, 2007 at a cost of
Rs481 million to admit 1,650 students from Fata and Balochistan on scholarship
basis. The ministry offered 100 scholarships for cadet colleges, which include
40 students from Fata and 60 from Balochistan, while 230 scholarships were for
technical education, which include 92 students from Fata and 138 from
According to reliable sources in the ministry, the project
is now facing severe difficulties due to the absence of a proper mechanism,
resources and staff. "Project Management Units (PMUs) were established in
Islamabad, Quetta and Peshawar in order to monitor the funds' spending and
students' performances but the selection of staff is still under process for all
PMUs except Balochistan," the source revealed adding that the approved PC-1
provides for 48 posts for all three PMUs, however, only two posts have been
filled in the Islamabad PMU and the situation is no different in Peshawar. "Only
the posts of project director (BPS-20) and deputy project director (BPS-19) have
been filled so far and that too with no proper office for the purpose," he said.
The source further revealed that the scholarships are totally merit
based and many of the students tried to take advantage of their domiciles
despite receiving their education from top educational institutions of the
country. "It is not fair to place a student of some high level institution in
competition with students of the downtrodden areas of Balochistan," he said and
stressed the need for 'Scholarship Management Committees' to look into selection
criteria, funds availability and other related matters. "Only those students
should be granted scholarships, who have received their education from that
particular area." He further suggested that there should at least be a quota for
settlers or non-settlers in Balochistan as in the case of Fata where only 20 per
cent non-settler students could apply for the scholarships.
the effects of inflation on the scholarships, the source said that now the
boarding expenses of students besides their tuition fee have increased manifold
during the last year and it is difficult for the government to provide 100 per
cent scholarships to the students. "Previously, the scholarship cost of one
student was Rs106,000 per annum that has increased up to Rs250,000 besides the
boarding charges," he said.
He said last year, they faced immense
difficulty in providing fee to the educational institutions in time due to the
financial crunch and many of the institutions warned to expel students, but
finally, the funds were released, which secured the future of the students.
Deputy Director PMU Islamabad Ejaz-ur-Rehman, said it is true that the project is facing hardships due to the
non-availability of resources and staff, yet they were able to meet hundred per
cent targets during the previous years. "We are successful in providing in-time
scholarships to the students while striving hard to remove the bottlenecks of
the project," he said. He said they are planning for an important meeting with
Secretary Education Abdur Rauf Chaudhry to look into the project's bottlenecks
and resolve them in the implementation. The News
"how can i apply for technical education scholarship... iam matric student and i cant afford the education fee more so i need scholarship please reply me my eyes are waiting for your answer.... "
Name: Syed Rehmat shah
City, Country: mastung pakistan
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