Rawalpindi board announced HSSC results 2009
Girls clinch top two positions in HSSC examination
Rawalpindi, Aug 17: The girls clinched top two positions in the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) Annual Examination 2009, according
to the results announced by the Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (RBISE) here on Saturday.
Punjab Minister for
Religious Affairs and Auqaf Haji Ehsanuddin Qureshi was the chief guest on the occasion. RBISE Chairman Abdul Hafeez announced the
Hina Khan of Government College for Women Satellite Town, Rawalpindi, secured overall first position with 1003 marks, while
Sherbano of Punjab College of Information Technology, Rawalpindi, got second position by obtaining 999 marks. The third position went to
Ahmad Abdullah of Cadet College, Hassanabdal, with 997 marks.
Overall 48,549 candidates appeared in the examination, including 19,943
male and 28,606 females. The pass percentage remains 50.39 per cent.
In Science General Group (Boys), Waseem Zareen Khan of Indus
College of Commerce, Satellite Town, Rawalpindi, got 958 marks for the first position. He was followed by Mohammad Hassan Shehzad of Punjab
College of Information Technology, Satellite Town, Rawalpindi, with 947 marks, while the third position was secured by Syed Dawar Zaman of
the same college with 945 marks.
In Science General Group (Girls), Rabia Sher of Government College for Women, Chakwal secured first
position with 954 marks. While Shameen Yousuf of Government College for Women, Satellite Town, Rawalpindi, stood second with 949 marks.
Mehwish Naz of Community Model Girls Higher Secondary School, Attock, got third position with 921 marks.
In Pre-Engineering (Boys),
Ahmad Abdullah Mahmood of Cadet College, Hassanabdal secured first position with 997 marks, Moeen Ahmed of Punjab College of Information
Technology, Rawalpindi, got second position with 980 marks, while third position was secured by Farhan Ahmed of Cadet College, Hassanabdal
with 979 marks.
In Pre-Engineering (Girls), Atiqa Anwar of Punjab College of Information Technology, Rawalpindi, got first position
with 984 marks, while Myra Imtiaz of the same college got second position with 970 marks. Iqra Shakeel of Punjab College of Information
Technology for Women, Rawalpindi, got third position with 962 marks.
In Humanities Group (Boys), Sudheer Ahmed, a private candidate,
stood first by securing 852 marks, Arshad Mahmood of Darul Islam Siddiquia, Kallar Syedan and Mohammad Amir of District Jhelum got second
position with 851 marks. While Zaheer Abbas of Mumtaz Education Foundation Higher Secondary School Chakwal stood third with 847 marks.
Humanities Group (Girls), Nimra Khalid of Punjab College of Information Technology stood first by securing 918 marks, Amra Izat of Jhelum
stood second by securing 914 marks, while Rimsha Sohail of Punjab College of Information Technology got third position with 912 marks.
Pre-Medical Group (Boys), Aziz Ahmed Chattaha of Cadet College, Hassanabdal, got first position with 996 marks, Saqlain Saleem of the same
college stood second by securing 995 marks, while Mohammad Asad Farooq of Punjab College of Information Technology stood third with 994
In Pre-Medical Group (Girls), Hina Khan of Government College for Women, Satellite Town, Rawalpindi, got first position with
1003 marks, Sherbano of Punjab College of Information Technology, Rawalpindi, stood second with 999 marks, while Tehreem Amjad of the same
college and Anbreen Tariq of Kallar Kahar Higher Science Higher Secondary School for Women, Chakwal stood third with 995 marks.
Commerce Group (Boys), Umar Farooq of Mohammad Ali Jinnah College of Commerce, Jhelum, secured first position with 960 marks, Mohammad Hassan
Tahir of Punjab College of Information Technology, Rawalpindi, stood second with 943 marks, while Mohammad Usman of Indus College of Commerce
stood third with 931 marks.
SSC pre-medical group distinction
Rawalpindi: Hina Khan, a student of government Postgraduate College for Women, 6th Road, Satellite Town, secured 1003 marks in Pre-Medical
group of the Higher Secondary School Certificate, Annual Examination 2009, held under Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education,
Rawalpindi, says a press release issued here Saturday. Shameen Yusuf, a student of the same college secured 994 marks in General Science
group and secured second position in the board. The overall result of the college was 93 per cent.
Grammar public school Rawalpindi distinction
Rawalpindi: Rabia Khalid, a student of Grammar Public School, Satellite Town, Rawalpindi, secured 906 marks in the Secondary School
Certificate Annual Examination 2009, held under the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Rawalpindi, says a press release issued
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FBISE SSC exams from 25th
Islamabad: Federal Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education (FBISE) will hold its Secondary School Certificate (SSC) supplementary
examination 2009 from August 25. The roll number slips of the ex/private candidates appearing in the said examination have been dispatched
at the concerned addresses given by them in the admission forms, said a news release issued here Saturday. In case, the roll number slip is
not received by any candidate up to August 17, the candidates should immediately contact the Board officers at telephone numbers: Controller
of Examination (Conduct) 051-9250606, Director One Window 051-9250612, Deputy Controller of Examinations (SSC Conduct) 051-9250620, and
Assistant Controller of Examination (SSC Conduct) 051-9250642.
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Innovative teaching methods 'to bring students back to studies'
Islamabad: Teachers should come to terms with the fact that the young generation has become less interested in text books mainly due to increased exposure through media and Internet and there is a need to introduce interesting teaching methods to attract them back towards studies.
Dean Information Technology (IT) Dr Syed Shahid Afzal shared these views in an interview on the occasion of Silver Jubilee celebrations of Preston University. "To establish a certain level of communication with students and make them listen and retain, is a skill that changes with time and requires extra effort from teachers," he said.
Dr Afzal said that Internet culture had transformed the social fabric to a large extent, as young people now prefer to sit alone rather than mingle up and discuss things with family and friends. "Good or bad, this is happening and keeping in mind the speed of technological advancements taking place around us, it is obvious that things will keep on moving in the same direction in future."
He urged both parents and teachers to adapt to these changes as resisting them would lead to nothing, but frustration. "All we can do is to find new and more attractive ways to teach the young generation what is vital for their personal growth," he said pointing out that sticking to old patterns would be a complete waste of time.
Talking about the future of IT jobs, Dr Afzal said that the era of pure IT had gone, but it had become part of every sector. "The job market for IT students is destined to expand with the passage of time, IT has evolved into a core subject with numerous sub fields."
He said that such ups and downs were part of every field of study.
"In the start, there is more quality and fewer experts available which leads to highly paid jobs for those attached with the field but with increase in quantity, jobs become scarce and salaries go down."
Giving some tips on IT related subjects expected to grab the market's attention in future, he said that in the next three to four years, experts in System Application Programme (SAP) would be in high demand. "If applied properly, the system is designed to kill all sorts of corruption in an organization."
He said that there was immense development in the fields of science and technology and after a few decades, the world was going to adopt a completely different way of production and marketing. "The courses offered in our educational institutions should match the future world market requirements."
Citing the example of nano technology, he said that in the near future, things would be produced with the help of atoms and molecules instead of bulk of materials used to manufacture products in today's world. "China is a leading country in this technology and can help Pakistan to excel in this field," he said.
Dr Afzal said that Preston University plans to establish an Institute of Nano Technology, as investment in this sector was the right investment for the development of the country. The news
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Schools reopen today with full potential
Islamabad: Students of educational institutions working under Federal Directorate of Education (FDE)
will join schools and colleges in full strength from Monday, after the two-month long summer holidays.
The institutions were opened from August 10 but very few number of students came to schools.
Those students who left Capital to visit their relatives in their hometowns have now come back to resume their
It takes time for students to adjust and return to their old routine leaving behind the fun filled holidays. Persistent
summer heat was keeping students away from schools.
"Class attendance was thin at the beginning of the week and less number of students came to the college so
combined classes were arranged to keep them busy in study", Shagufta Shahid, Junior Teacher of Islamabad
Model College for Boys (IMCB), F-8/4 said.
The students normally join school after two to three days of opening of institutes. They share their experiences as
to how they spent their vacations and which recreational spots they visited, she said.
Principal of Islamabad College for Girls (ICG), F-6/2, Shaista Peerzada said as few students came early on,
pupils from various sections got together to attend classes.
It is good that the college has opened and there will be full attendance from the coming week, she said.
The classes of Intermediate Part I and Graduation have not started which was also the reason of thin attendance.
The summer vacations started from June 8 in all the federal institutes.
Last year, the vacations ended in the second week of August but this year the schedule was revised due to
preparations for independence day celebrations and tree plantation campaign, the official of FDE told. Monsoon
tree plantation campaign will be initiated during August in different federal institutes and early opening of schools
and colleges will provide students an opportunity to take part in the campaign, he said.
The students have already taken part in the colourful events of Independence Day. App
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