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Punjab University B.Com Part-II exam result 2009

PU announced B.Com result
Lahore, Aug 11: The Punjab University (PU) Examination Department has declared the result of Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) Part-II Annual Examination 2009. The pass percentage in the exam remained 39.82%. Detailed result is also available on PU website The news

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"wana know my result of part i forgot mu roll number plz kindly give my result."
Name: saqib
City, Country: lahore, Pakistan

"i m finding the possition holders of if someone knows plz tell me who are the position holders of "
Name: Ehsan
City, Country: lahore, Pakistan

"when will result announced "
Name: irfan
City, Country: kashmir

"There is no need of B.commers in market."
Name: Mubeen
City, Country:Bhakar

"forget my roll number,wanna know my result of part 2 2009 ."
Name: tayyab khalid
City, Country: lahore,pakistan

"i forgot my my part one roll no ."
Name: muhammad shahzad
City, Country: lahore,pakistan

"i want 2 know who r the position holders in part two 2009?nd wanna know their marks also? "
Name: hashmi
City, Country: lahore,pakistan

"i want to know my result of B.Com part II.please send me my result details via e-mail because i have forgotten my roll number and i have losted my admit card. i would be very thankful to you please send me the details as soon as possible.i am very worried due to this incident which happened to me. "
Name: sarah hina lone
City, Country: sialkot,pakistan

"i want to know that whwn the result of B.Com Part 1st is announcing.If anybody knows then please reply me on mu\y yahoo ID.that is ( I shall bve very thanksful to you for this kindness of that one who send me the exabt date. Yours Sincerely Rahat Abbas A Waiting boy of B.Com Part 1st Result "
Name: Rahat Abbbas
City, Country: Pakpattan,pakistan

"AOA, i am a student of PCBA and i would like to know when and how will i get my BCOM part 1 (2009) result and what is the fastest procedure to know the result? ty "
Name: Ahmed
City, Country: Lahore,pakistan

"i forgot my roll number plz sumone tell me my result as soon as possible "
Name: syed usman ali bukhari
City, Country: Lahore,pakistan

"i want my 2 result 2009 .i hve forgt my roll number .would u plz tel my result"
Name: muneeb jehangir
City, Country: Lahore,pakistan

"sorry i have forget my roll no and want to know my result."
Name: zunera nazir
City, Country: Lahore,pakistan

"i m forgotten my rollnumber plz tell me"
Name: Muhammad Babur
City, Country: rawalpindi

"Tell me part 1 compulsory and optional subjects, i have to fill my form of Part1"
Name: Waqar Ahmed
City, Country: Karachi , Pakistan

"plz tell part 2 2nd annual result kab announced ho ra ha"
Name: tanveer ahmad
City, Country: islamabad pak

"my supply result of is not find"
Name: sohailtazeem
City, Country: pakistan rawalpindi

Name: nabeel
City, Country: KhaneWAL

"i want to know when part 2 2010. result will be announced by Punjab university"
Name: mariam
City, Country: (rawalpindi,pakistan)

"when will b result announced?"
Name: zia fatima
City, Country: gojra

" part 2 is very difficult class so read carefully and no girls.if u think about girls then u did"nt pass ur exam."
Name: adnan hafeez
City, Country:lahore

"plz tell me part2 result annual 2010"
Name: mustafa
City, Country:lahore

"Plz tel me my result I give the exam in 2009 b com and I forget my rol no plz tel me pu Lahore"
Name: Muhammad safdar
City, Country:Shaiwal pakistan

"i give exame in 2006 and forget my roll number plz tell me my roll number"
Name: ahsan
City, Country:multan, pakistan

"teacher permanent notification 2009"
Name: tahir
City, Country: toba punjab pk

"i want to search of pII 2nd annual result date will be annouced plz tell me if any one to know thanks"
Name: Muhammad Arif
City, Country: Lahore

"plz tell me about the result of part 2 2nd annoul examintaion 2010 "
Name: hassnain akhter
City, Country: islambad

"Why the Degrees are not available soon after the announcement of the result. Two year after is long process. Pl z try to sent degree quickly"
Name: Tajammal Hussain Buttin Butt
City, Country: Lahore Pakistan

"my part 2 roll no is 35765,..I cant see my resut...I also give supply of accounting of part 1...kindly any one tell the reasons"
Name: usman
City, Country: rawalpindi

"I forget my p 1 roll no and want to check my result. How its possible. Please guide?"
Name: Amir khan
City, Country: Sialkot, Pakistan

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'Polio vaccination should be compulsory for school admission'
Lahore: Immunisation certificates should be made compulsory for children seeking admission to schools, Health Executive District Officer (EDO) Dr Fayyaz Ranjha said on Monday.

He said that a bill regarding mandatory polio immunisation certificates for children would be presented before the National Assembly (NA). He said he hoped the NA would pass the bill unanimously, since this would yield positive results.

Ranjha said after the discovery of polio cases in Lahore, it became vital that every child be vaccinated against polio. "By making immunisation certificates compulsory for admission to schools, we can ensure that the maximum number of children are vaccinated," he said, adding that it was also the parents' duty to vaccinate their children.

Elimination: Ranjha said the precondition of an immunisation certificate exists in various countries and would enable Pakistan to be a polio-free country within three or four years, since the government plans to start a massive vaccination campaign.

Campaign: Health Service, Expanded Programme of Immunisation Director Dr Arshad Dar said 2,700 teams in the city were working to vaccinate children under six years of age.

"1.4 million children in the city would be vaccinated within the three-day polio campaign which started on Monday and would end on Wednesday," he said. He added that the next phase of the campaign would start in September.

"Special teams would be present at bus stands, railway stations and airports, enabling anyone leaving or entering the city to obtain vaccination for their children," Dar said.

Dar said a helpline had been launched to register complaints against polio teams and the vaccination programme is supported by the World Health Organisation (WHO).

He said WHO is committed to the polio eradication programme, and the decision to forward the bill was made after consulting it.

Dar said Pakistan was among the only four countries where polio still exists, along with India, Afghanistan and Nigeria. Daily Times

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Female lecturer transferred to favour influential teacher
Lahore: A female lecturer has fallen victim to the ruthless bureaucracy as soon as the Punjab government lifted the ban on transfers.

A female lecturer serving on a regular basis was transferred by authorities at the Punjab Higher Education Department only to accommodate a blue-eyed male lecturer serving on a contract basis. According to sources in the department, transfers are made only against vacant posts so that those already posted may not face any problem. They said the female lecturer was transferred only to accommodate the influential male lecturer.

Muhammad Ajmal, a Mathematics lecturer at the Government College Pattoki, Kasur District, was transferred and posted at Government MAO College in place of Shams un Nisa on July 29. The sources said the additional secretary had claimed that the matter was treated as special case on special instructions of a senior official of the Punjab government.

They said it was almost impossible to find a vacant post of lecturer in a city like Lahore as no body wanted to leave a big city. "It was perhaps the first case in many years when someone was transferred just to get a particular post vacant," they added.

In an application filed in the office of the Higher Education secretary, lecturer Shams un Nisa maintained that her husband was a disabled person and transferring her would add to her miseries.

An official of the department seeking anonymity said the female lecturer was specially transferred from Sangla Hill to Lahore during the tenure of the PML-Q government on her request a couple of years ago when her husband got seriously injured in an accident.

It is learnt that the department high-ups had assured the lady to get her posted in a female institute ignoring the fact that she was already teaching classes where over two dozens of students were female.

It is also learnt that the Punjab Professors and Lecturers Association (PPLA) has expressed resentment over the move. "What we are witnessing is the department's slow slide into anarchy," remarked PPLA President Nazim Hasnain. "This has never happened before," he claimed adding "it is strange that bosses have transferred the only female teacher from the college where dozens of girl students are enrolled".

He claimed that "ordinary" teachers were being dragged from pillar to post while those with connections even got transferred during the period when transfers were banned. "Everything is being done in the department on the basis of likes and dislikes," he said.

Nazim Hasnain said contrary to the chief minister's open door policy, officers were following a 'closed-door" policy.

Interestingly, notices are displayed on various places in the Punjab Higher Education Department reading visitors are not allowed. Someone has scribbled "Are these offices open to genies if people are not allowed to enter" next to one of the notices.

"An ordinary teacher is not even allowed to cross the so-called one-window facility," said the PPLA president adding "only those with connections can meet the secretary and the additional secretary etc in person regarding transfers issues". He claimed that the cases coming through one-window were not being given due preference.

Ahad Khan Cheema, the acting secretary of the Higher Education Department, could not be contacted despite repeated attempts.

Tariq Latif, the in-charge of the one-window facility, said over 800 applications had been received so far. He said he could not tell exactly how many transfer cases had been processed or the number of applications regarding transfers.

Agreeing that transfers were made only against vacant posts, Additional Secretary (Establishment) Hamayun Maqbool Bhatti said the female lecturer would soon be posted in a girl's college within Lahore. To a question, he said the notification regarding transfer was issued following instructions from 'higher authorities'.

Answering yet another question, he said: "One or two cases are being processed on a daily basis and cases coming through one-window are being given due preference".

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Lahore: Misha Qazi obtained 989 marks, A+ grade (Science Group) in the Matric annual examination of the Lahore Broad of Intermediate and Secondary Education.

SABAHAT Shahzadi, student of a private school located at Sultanpura Main Bazaar, secured first position in her school by obtaining 947 marks in the Matric exam. Mariam Shahzadi stood second in the school with 908 marks.

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Teacher training must for education uplift
Lahore: Highlighting the importance of trained and skillful teachers for uplifting the standard of education, speakers at a seminar called for maximum investment in training teachers.

They said that besides focus on communication skills, the sense of responsibility and the best use of latest technology should be key features of the training modules. The seminar "New Directions in Teachers Development" held at Hotel Pearl Continental was jointly organized by Mir Khalil-ur-Rahman Memorial Society (Jang Group of Newspapers) and the American International School System (AISS) on Monday. Senior academicians, principals of various colleges, teachers and students addressed the seminar.

School Education Department, Punjab, secretary Nadeem Ashraf said without properly trained teachers it was impossible to achieve the desired results. He said motivation level of teachers was the most important factor, adding without this even the best infrastructure and other facilities were useless.

"Without command or grip over a particular subject, a teacher cannot enjoy respect of students", he observed. He said it was unfortunate that profession of teaching, especially at the school level, was the last choice. He urged schoolteachers to be receptive to the latest technology.

Former provincial minister for Education Mian Imran Masood was of the view that teachers' training could not be dealt in isolation. He said the desired results could not be achieved unless a direct linkage was established among three important factors i.e curricula, teachers training and infrastructure.

He also suggested that all the teachersí training institutes should be linked with the University of Education. Bishop of Lahore Dr Alexander John Malik said new directions in teachers' development were in fact need of the hour.

"Educational institutions ought to be known by teachers", he said while referring to Cambridge and Oxford universities. "People don't prefer to enroll there because of beautiful buildings", he observed.

He said training for teachers should be a permanent feature. "Unfortunately, we don't have good teachers", he said adding "Without highly trained and motivated teachers effective education system cannot be ensured".

Dr Malik said we needed to invest in teachers to the maximum to achieve desired results. He also highlighted the need of interaction between teachers and students, adding teachers should also keep themselves updated on modern technologies like internet. University of Education (UoE) Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Munawar S Mirza underlined the importance of communication skills.

Govt Postgraduate College for Women principal Samanabad Dr Tasleem Akhtar said teachers' development was needed for overall development of education system. She was quite critical of today's teachers, saying they lacked understanding and motivation. "This is our dilemma", she remarked adding "Where we talk about facilities and awards for teachers, they should also be held accountable for failing to deliver".

USA literacy specialist Dr Judith Findlay, AISS Principal Mark Rozic, Dean Faculty of Economics and Management Studies at the Punjab University Dr Muhammad Ehsan Malik, principal Govt College, Township, Dr Qayyum Mirza and a student Adeel also spoke on the occasion. The news

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