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BISE Lahore matric results: Grace marks for all students

BISE allowed to declare matric results today: Grace marks for all students
Lahore, Aug 01: The Lahore High Court on Friday allowed the Lahore Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) to announce the secondary school examination results on Saturday (today) after the chairman assured the court that all the students would be given grace marks.

Justice Iqbal Hameedur Rehman also disposed of a petition challenging the marking mechanism of papers by Sheikhupura Jamia High School teacher Arshad Abbas in view of the assurance given by the BISE chairman.

Petitioner's counsel Khawar Ikram Bhatti submitted that his client had appeared in the examination and answered all questions according to the syllabus and course recommended by the board. The sample solved papers provided by the board to the examiners were, however, not in accordance with the syllabus which would affect the marking of papers of the petitioner and other students.

The counsel said the board as per routine provided sample solved papers to all examiners, which were not in conformity with the syllabus and course.

He said this anomaly would affect the marking of answer sheets as the examiners would mark the questions as per answers provided to them.

He prayed for restraining the board from announcing the result till the examiners were provided new sample solved papers in accordance with the syllabus.

Meanwhile, all the eight boards of intermediate and secondary education are declaring matriculation annual examination for 2009 results on Saturday (today).

At a ceremony at the Lahore board, Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif will award prizes to position holders.

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National Textile University new VC appointed
Lahore: Prof Dr Niaz Ahmad, director of the Punjab University's Institute of Quality and Technology Management (IQTM), has been appointed as the second vice-chancellor of the National Textile University, Faisalabad. Dawn

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High schools, colleges for special persons
Lahore: Punjab Minister for Special Education Malik Iqbal Channar has said that high schools for special education will be set up at the district level and degree colleges at the divisional level to ensure the provision of higher education for special persons.

According to a DGPR handout, he was addressing a departmental meeting here on Friday.

Malik Iqbal directed the officials concerned to formulate curricula for schools for special children in light of modern research. He also stressed upon the provision of modern equipment to impart training to special children to fulfil the demands of the modern era. He advised them to set up a workshop in every special education centre for practical purposes. He directed the officials to put the development funds of the department at the discretion of the Special Education secretary because it had been observed that due to negligence on the part of city district governments, the funds had not been utilised and projects remained incomplete. The minister also asked the district officers to launch an awareness campaign about the facilities provided by the department to special children so that maximum special children could be enrolled.

The meeting was attended by Special Education Secretary Khalid Latif, Special Education Director Mrs Shahnaz Nawaz, Additional Secretary Hassan Rizvi and district officers for special education from all over the province. The News

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National Women Football C'ship PU open mission with feeble win
Islamabad: Sports Sciences Department of Punjab University opened their mission with slender 1-0 win over fighting Islamabad in fifth National Women Football Championship at Islamabad's Jinnah Stadium on Thursday night under lights.

Earlier, Balochistan United overwhelmed NWFP 5-0 and Sindh suffered 0-3 reverse at the hands of Higher Education Commission.

The lone goal of the Group-A match between 2007 Champions Sports Sciences and 2006 runners-up Islamabad was scored by midfielder Naima Mukhtar in the 55th minute.

Mejzaan Orakzai-led Islamabad, spurred on by home supporters, might have scored the leveller in the final seven minutes but they miscued three real sitters.

Earlier in same group, Higher Education Commission (HEC) routed Sindh 3-0 after 2-0 up at interval.

HEC gave no room to opposition who conceded two goals in the 31st minute when skipper and keeper Rakhsanda Khan was helpless in negotiating with attempts of Madiha Latif (21st min) and Naushaba (31st min). Midfielder Tehreen completed the rout in the 58th minute. The Group-C tussle saw Balochistan United's fast-moving front-runner Riffat Mehdi and captain once again proved her repute as the best finisher in Pakistan's Women soccer when she hit the back of the net twice in Balochistan United's 5-0 win over NWFP.

Riffat, who scored 21 goals in qualifiers, have the distinction of being top scorer in both version of Domestic Women Soccer National Football Championship and National Women Football Club Championship. Her two goals against NWFP on Thursday night raised her tally to 24 in National Women Championship history.

It was Shaista Laghari who opened the scoring in the 6th minute and it was left to Riffat and Shahida Ghulam Raza to earn brace.

Riffat slammed her first in the 18th minute by beating keeper Ghulaila Anam Khan from the penalty-mark. Her second was also arrived through penalty-kick in the 44th minute. Shahid recorded her goals in the 39th and 53rd minutes.

Today, Saturday matches, Sindh v Sport Sciences (Jinnah Stadium 6 PM), HEC v Islamabad (Field No.2 near Hamidi Hall 6.30 PM), Iranian team v Balochistan United (Jinnah Stadium 8 PM). App

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