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BISE Lahore Inter Part II examination result 2009

BISE Lahore declares Inter Part II result, 53.95 pass percentage
Lahore, Aug 17: Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Lahore Saturday announced the result of Intermediate Part II 1st Annual Examination-2009 with overall pass percentage of 53.95. A total of 129767 candidates applied in the Intermediate Part II examination, while 127231 appeared in the examination and 68639 candidates passed the exam, according to gazette preamble. The Intermediate Part II examination commenced on 21st April, 2009. The Practical examination in Part II concluded on June 17 and that of Part I on June 27, 2009. The nation

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GCU, KC clinch top three positions in Inter exams
Lahore: As many as 68,639 students out of 127,231 passed the Intermediate (Par-I & II) Annual Examination 2009 held under the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Lahore, while the overall pass percentage remained 53.95. Last year, the overall pass percentage was 51.54.

The results were announced by BISE Controller of Examination Prof Manzurul Hassan Niazi in an awards ceremony held in honour of the position holders at the Alhamra Hall here on Saturday.

Punjab Minister for Excise, Taxation and Education Mujtaba Shujaur Rehman was the chief guest on the occasion while Acting Secretary Higher Education Department Ahad Khan Cheema, Secretary Schools Nadeem Ashraf, BISE, Lahore, officials, position holders and their parents were also be present.

The overall top position was secured by Muhammad Akram Karimi of the Government College University (GCU), Lahore, (Roll No 18564) by scoring 1036 marks out of total 1100 marks, second position was gained by Mariam Asif of the Kinnaird College for Women (Roll No 15597) with 1032 marks while third by Ayesha Gillani of the same college (Roll No 15585) with 1030 marks.

The Kinnaird College students grabbed the top three positions of the Pre-Engineering Group (Girls) and the GCU students grabbed all the three positions in the General Science Group (Boys) while students of the Punjab College for Women clinched all the positions in Commerce Group (Girls).

The top three position holders of all groups were awarded cash awards and medals. Those who stood first in their groups were given Rs 20,000 each plus gold medals. The second position holders were given Rs 15,000 each and silver medals while the third position holders were awarded Rs 10,000 each and bronze medals. The overall topper was also awarded a Pentium-IV computer.

The vice-chancellors, principals and teachers of the position-holding students were also given gold medals while the parents of private candidates were given gold medals and certificates.

In Pre-Medical Group (Boys), the first position was shared by Haris Zia and Abdul Rafay both of the GCU, Lahore, with 1005 marks each while second position by Ziaur Rehman of the District Public High Secondary School for Boys, Okara, with 998 marks and third by Muhammad Nazarat Habib of the Forman Christian College with 994 marks.

In Pre-Medical (Girls), the first position was shared by two students of KC, Nida Iqbal and Wafa Muhammad, with 1019 marks each. Similarly, the second and third positions were also shared. Nayab Tariq of the Punjab College for Women and Hafsa Abrar of the District Public Higher Secondary School for Girls, Okara, shared second position with 1017 marks each.Maryam Zaeem and Haleema Firdous of the District Public Higher Secondary School for Girls, Okara, shared the third position in the group by securing 1016 marks each.

In Pre-Engineering Group (Boys), GCU student Muhammad Akram Karimi stood first with 1036 marks, Muhammad Muneeb Alam of the Punjab College of Science second with 1025 marks while the third position was bagged by Waris Mahmmod of the Forman Christian College, Lahore, with 1021 marks.

In Pre-Engineering Group (Girls), all the top three positions were bagged by KC students. Mariam Asif remained first with 1032 marks, Ayesha Gillani second with 1030 marks and Amna Sundas third with 1021 marks.

In the General Science Group (Boys), all the three positions were grabbed by the GCU students, Saad Ahmad stood first with 983 marks, Muhammad Abdul Basit second with 958 marks and Muhammad Absar Iftikhar third with 949 marks.

In General Science Group (Among Girls), all the three top positions were achieved by the students of the Punjab College for Women, Fatima Idrees got first with 972 marks, Zara Sadiq second with 964 marks and Huma Shakeel third with 960 marks.

In Humanities Group (Boys), Muhammad Zahid Zaheer Iqbal, a private candidate from Sheikhupura, stood first with 901 marks, second position was shared by two students Faisal Raza, a private candidate from Lahore, and Akhtar Rasool of the Govt Higher School, Khudian Khas, Kasur, with 887 marks while Muhammad Khalil, a private candidate from Lahore, stood third in the group with 885 marks.

In Humanities Group (Girls), first position was shared by two students, Rimsha Sarwar of the Community Model Girls High School, Khudian Khas, Kasur, and Rubina Ashraf of the Govt College for Women, Kot Radha Kishan, Kasur, with 929 marks each. The second position was also shared by two students, Iqra Nazeer, a private candidate from Kasur, and Samra Hussain from the Community Model Girls High School, Khudian Khas, Kasur, with 923 marks each. Third position was bagged by Shahida Zahid, a private candidate, from Kasur with 909 marks.

In Commerce Group (Girls), all the three positions were bagged by the students of the Punjab College for Women. Laiba Mukhtar remained first with 944 marks, Neelam Ghaffar second with 928 marks and Hira Khalid third with 927 marks. In Commerce Group (Boys), Awais Mahmood of the Punjab College of Commerce stood first with 956 marks, Kabeer Bhatti, a private candidate from Lahore, stood second with 918 marks.

The prize for third position in the Commerce Group (Boys) was awarded to Syed Hassan Raza Kazmi, a private candidate from Lahore, who secured 914 marks. However, after the ceremony it came to surface that actually the position was clinched by Mohsin Hassan of the Punjab College of Commerce who had secured 915 marks.

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Top scorers due in Murree today
Lahore: On the special invitation of Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, 29 top position holder girl students of recent matriculation examination of educational boards of Bahawalpur, Faisalabad, Lahore and Sargodha will reach Murree today on a five-day visit.

According to a DGPR handout, the students will stay at the State Guest House and will be given guard of honour at Government House, Murree.

The visits of position holder students of various examinations to different tourist spots started on the instructions of the Punjab CM last year. Recently, a delegation of twenty position holders also visited Germany and Britain while this year 50 outstanding students would visit prestigious educational institutions abroad.

In view of the visit of position holder girl students, special arrangements have been made and contingent of Punjab Police would present guard of honour to students at Government House, Murree.

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English Literature distinction
Lahore: Sarah Syed Kazmi w/o Syed Nawazish Raza has been awarded National Youth Award and a cash prize of Rs50,000 in recognition of her outstanding achievements in the field of English Literature by the Ministry of Youth Affairs, government of Pakistan, says a press release. The prize was awarded by Senate Chairman Farooq H Naek while the Youth Affairs Minister was also present.

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BISE Lahore Inter part-I & II suppl exam in Oct
Lahore: Intermediate Part-I & II (Supplementary) Examinations 2009 of Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education (BISE), Lahore, will commence on October 10, 2009. According to BISE result gazette, admission forms without late fee can be submitted till September 10. The last date of the admission forms with double fee is September 17 while with triple fee the last date is September 24.

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BISE awards ceremony marred by controversy
Lahore: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Lahore, on Saturday caused an embarrassing situation for the Punjab government when the prize for third position was awarded to an ineligible student.

A private candidate, Syed Hasan Raza Kazmi (Roll No 57538), who had secured 914 marks was awarded a bronze medal and Rs 10,000 for "achieving" third position in the Commerce Group (Boys) despite the fact that in this group, a student, Mohsin Hassan, of the Punjab College of Commerce (Roll No 49815) had secured 915 marks.

The matter came in the limelight after the medal awarding ceremony held in honour of position holders where Punjab Minister for Education and Excise and Taxation Mujtaba Shujaur Rehman was the chief guest.

The matter was highlighted by the TV channels after the result announcement. Interestingly, all the BISE, Lahore, senior officials, including its Chairman Prof Dr Muhammad Akram Kashmiri, switched their cell phones off to avoid media questions over the issue. It is learnt that following eruption of the controversy, Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif issued strict instructions and directed the BISE high-ups to ensure that the prize was awarded to the deserving student.

Later in the afternoon, a simple ceremony was organised in BISE, Lahore, office where Mohsin Hassan was awarded the bronze medal and the cash prize.

Meanwhile, the BISE Chairman also terminated the service of the board's Deputy Chief Secrecy Officer Muhammad Bashir while computer programmer Waheedur Rehman was suspended from service on account of gross negligence.

BISE Controller of Examinations Prof Manzurul Hassan Niazi said the issue was the result of a computer-based mistake. He said that during the coding process, the name of Mohsin Hassan, mistakenly, switched to the side of female students. Since the position holders among girls in Commerce Group had secured more marks than Mohsin, his name went to the bottom, he said.

"This is why his (Mohsin's) name was not reflected even among girl position holders," he added.

Justifying the action against BISE officials, Prof Niazi said both the officials were responsible for ensuring correct information and data before announcement of results. He said a two-member inquiry committee had also been constituted to probe the issue in detail. The committee comprised former Additional Secretary (Academics) Abdul Majeed Sandhila and Prof Dr Akhlaq Hussain Shamsi, Principal Govt Model Degree College, Model Town, Lahore, he maintained. To a question, Prof Niazi said the BISE was in contact with Syed Hasan Raza Kazmi to get back the medal and cash prize. However, some BISE employees, seeking anonymity, said the suspended and terminated officials were made scapegoats. "All the senior officers, including chairman, controller and secretary are responsible for such a gross mismanagement," they said, questioning: "Why could they not notice such mistake before announcement of results?" When contacted, Higher Education Department Acting Secretary Ahad Khan Cheema said the department would also hold an inquiry into the unfortunate incident.

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Entrance test not to go: minister
Lahore: The Punjab Minister for Excise & Taxation and Education, Mujtaba Shuja ur Rehman, has said the entrance test for admission to medical colleges and engineering universities will not be abolished until Booti Mafia is totally eliminated.

He was addressing an award-giving ceremony held here on Saturday at Alhamra in honour of the position holders in the Intermediate Exams-2009.

The minister said every good institution in the world was conducting entry test for admissions. He claimed Booti Mafia had been completely eliminated during the previous regime of the PML-N, however, unfortunately, it started surfacing again during the tenure of the last government. Due to the menace, talented students are being deprived of their rights, he added.

He said Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif abolished the self finance scheme last year as it was not in favour of talented students. "Around 1500 more seats are now available for admission on merit basis", he added.

He called on stage a female student, Laiba Mukhtar, a Thalassemia patient who had secured first position in Commerce Group (Among Girls), and offered her his own chair to sit in.

The minister said he would request the chief minister to announce that the Punjab government would bear the expenses for her treatment. The news

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No nepotism, only merit prevails in PU: VC
Lahore: The introduction of a uniform merit-based admission policy, transparent selection of teaching and executive staff, has resulted in total elimination of nepotism and favouritism in the University of the Punjab (PU). Vice Chancellor PU, Prof Dr.Mujahid Kamran in an interview here on Sunday said that since the establishment of the varsity on October 14 1882, there was no specific criteria for the appointment of teachers, and the entire selection process was based on interviews by a selection board.

In this manner, selection often depended on the liking or otherwise of the board members, and in most cases the academic achievements of candidates were not given due consideration, he observed. He said that soon after taking over charge as VC, he took notice of this loophole which was then plugged in the selection procedure. Selection in the last five years since then has been based on merit, he asserted.

Explaining the salient features of the selection criteria, he said 50 percent marks have now been allocated for academic achievements, research, publications and academic experience etc. of the candidates.

The remaining 50 percent marks are awarded in interviews, with 20 marks for subject specialisation, 15 for oral communication skills, 10 for job aptitude and 5 for personality. Prof Mujahid Kamran said the above criteria also help candidates to assess their own suitability, apart from their performance in the interview, while they must secure at least 60 percent aggregate marks for selection. Special care is taken in the selection of subject specialists to ensure that only the best are employed, he added. F.P report

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