FBISE HSSC Part-I Annual Examination results 2009
FBISE HSSC Part-I result today
Islamabad, Aug 08: The result of Federal Board of
Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE), Higher Secondary School
Certificate (HSSC) Part-I Annual Examination, 2009 which was held in the month
of April/May will be announced today (Saturday) at 11.30 a.m, said a press
release Friday. The said result will be available on the FBISE website at the
address www.fbise.edu.pk and telephone numbers 051-9250651, 051- 9250666 and
051-9250608. In addition the result will also be available on SMS unified code
5050. The candidates will be required to send SMS in the following format:
FB[roll number]. The news
"My Name is Uzma Ashraf Roll No. 356342 Results of F.Sc. Part-I,2009 ."
Name: M. Munir awan
City, Country: Attock, Pakistan
"i cant see my result on this website too,www.fbise.edu.pk..please tell me what to do now?help me and show result soon on this website or inform me by my email."
City, Country: Lahore, Pakistan
"PLz let me know soon dying to know my result "
Name: Amsal ashraf
City, Country: Jubail,jeddah
"HSSC I result is not accessable through the ewb site of www.fbise.edu.pk"
Name: Ferhan Mazher
City, Country: Sargodha, Pakistan
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City, Country: fsd,pakistan
"I cant see my result on website (www.fbise.edu.pk). My roll no. is 355768 and Im waiting for the result of HSSC part 1 2009 "
Name: Azka Naseem
City, Country:Gujranwala, Pakistan
"federal board is the best board over all.i hope that i shall do my best in part 2 in order to gain a scholarship. "
Name: karam hyatt khan
City, Country: wah cantt, Pakistan
"federal board is amng the top mst boards in hte world but unfortunantly its examination system is too rubbish. it just focus on ruttafication................hte students reproduce hte same things as in the book....... which does not enhance the hidden qualities of a student "
Name: ALI HUSSNAIN BUTT
City, Country: gilgit, Pakistan
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City, Country: saudia,jeddah
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City, Country: mianwali
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COMSTECH seminar on generating employment
Islamabad: The OIC Committee on Science and Technology (COMSTECH) is organising
a two-day national seminar on how to generate employment in scientific
disciplines on August 11 at the COMSTECH building.
The seminar is being
organised in collaboration with the Commission on Science and Technology for
Sustainable Development in the South (COMSATS) and Higher Education
Commission (HEC) of Pakistan.
Title of the seminar is "Policies and
Strategies for Successful Implementation of Employment Generating Programs
in Renewable Energies, Biotechnology, Agriculture, Environment and Information
& Communication Technologies".
The objectives of the seminar include
reviewing existing national policies and strategies for employment
generating programs in targeted areas of the economy, sharing and exchanging
experiences and case studies on best practices in order to promote a common
understanding among participants on relevant issues.It aims at establishing
an explicit linkage between policy formulation and the employment generation to
integrate employment as a central concern of socio-economic policies,
including the national development plans.
The seminar participants will
identify specific recommendations that can ensure the success of employment
generating programs. The seminar is expected to integrate all
interconnected elements during the course of discussions in order to arrive
at sound conclusions and recommendations that can later be adopted as guidelines
for future course of actions. It will identify relevant areas, policies and
Scientists, industrialists, government representatives, policy
makers, sociologists and scholars are participating in this event. "The
seminar will serve as a platform for establishment of contacts among scientists,
experts and entrepreneurs for future interaction. Proceedings of the seminar
will be published and a mechanism would be devised for follow-up actions on
the recommendations of the seminar", said Dr Anwar Nasim, COMSTECH Advisor on
Science. The Nation
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BC holds event for UK-bound students
Islamabad: UK-bound students got a lively pre-departure informational
event organized by the British Council and sponsored by Etihad Airways and
Gerry's Travels in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad.
The event was held to
brief students on what to expect from their time spent living and studying in
the UK as university students, said a statement issued here on
They were provided helpful advice on a number of subjects
including travel plans, visa formalities, accommodation, opening a bank account
and items that could be taken along in luggage. All of the 200 students
attending the events in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad had already received
offers of admission from UK universities and colleges for the September/ October
They had numerous questions and queries to ask about life in
the UK which British Council staff answered in detail. The event was also an
opportunity for the young people to meet and become acquainted with their fellow
student travellers. Eminent UK Alumni were invited to share their own
experiences of studying in the UK. The alumni answered students' questions, gave
valuable advice, and related interesting anecdotes of their own wonderful time
spent in the UK. An energetic Speech Competition was organized where five
students spoke on "Why did you choose UK as the best educational and cultural
learning experience". The three best speakers in each city won spectacular
prizes consisting of free return tickets to the UK, gift hampers and excess
baggage facilities from sponsor Etihad Airways and free discount cards from
sponsor Gerry's Travels.
Amer N. Khan, Country Manager Etihad Airways
Pakistan said, "Etihad Airways takes a keen interest in facilitating the
development of young minds and this opportunity gives us the pleasure to support
the future professionals of Pakistan at this point in their lives." Amin Wali
Mohammad, Managing Director of Gerry's Travels said, "We at Gerry's are proud to
be part of this event and to introduce the Student Travel Association card
STA enables students to bridge the gap between different
countries and cultures and experience the world. As the students go out on their
own, the STA card opens a world of travel opportunities for them during their
semester breaks." The students expressed deep appreciation for the event and the
presentation given by the UK alumni because of all the valuable insights they
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Symposium on advanced materials at QAU today
Islamabad: The 11th International Symposium on 'Advanced Materials' will
begin at the National Centre for Physics, Quaid-i-Azam University today
(Saturday). It will continue till August 12.
The biennial event has
become one of the prime international forums in which engineers and scientists
can keep themselves up-to-date with recent technologies and new developments in
advanced structural and functional materials.
Federal Minister for
Investment Waqar Ahmad Khan will be the chief guest at the opening ceremony.
Minister for Science and Technology Azam Swati will chair the concluding
ceremony of the symposium.
Scientists and engineers from all over the
world, including China, Canada, Egypt, France, Germany, Jordan, Kazakhstan,
Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan, Turkey, South Korea, Singapore, UK, Ukraine and
USA in addition to 250 delegates from various educational and R&D institutes
from all across Pakistan, will participate in the symposium.
papers and discussions will be focused on development in materials processing,
surface engineering, phase transformation and characterisation, advances in
magnetic materials, nano-technology and reliability and long assessment.
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Students ask UET to waive off fees
Peshawar: The students of the NWFP University of Engineering and Technology hailing from the
restive districts of volatile Malakand Division have demanded of the varsity
administration to write off their fees and other charges like other educational
institutions of the province. The affected students were of the opinion that all
the universities, professional and other institutions had refunded fees to the
students of the militancy and military operation-hit districts of the province
They said the UET administration had remitted fees of some students
of Swat only and ignored the students of Dir, Buner and Malakand Agency. They
demanded of the government to press the UET administration to refund them their
fees also. The students also criticised the UET administration for not providing
them hostel facility. The news
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