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BIEK Pre-medical results 2010 : Girls positions

Pre-medical results out: Girls clinch all top positions
Karachi, Aug 11: Girl students once again outshone their male counterparts in the Higher Secondary School Certificate (pre-medical) annual examinations-2010 not only by clinching all the top three positions but also maintaining superiority over them by registering a 13.94 higher pass percentage.

The results, declared by the Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK) on Tuesday, shows that girl students' pass percentage stood at 54.78 as against male students' 40.84.

The overall pass percentage of successful candidates stood at 52.10 as against 51.31 of the last year's batch.

Girls also outclassed boys in the number of A-1 graders. A total of 954 candidates obtained the A-1 grade and the number of girls among them appeared to be 811 and of the boys just 143.

It was second consecutive year that the BIEK maintained its record of declaring the results of the HSC Science Group (pre-medical) annual examinations much ahead of the deadline set by the Sindh education department's steering committee.

The results statistics further shows that of the total 14,812 candidates (2,845 boys and 11,967 girls) who appeared in the examination, 7,717 candidates (1,162 boys and 6,555 girls) have been declared successful.

In all, 2,124 candidates (304 boys and 1,820 girls) secured the A grade; 2,263 candidates (272 boys and 1,991 girls) obtained the B grade; 1,820 candidates (269 boys and 1,551 girls) got the C grade; 545 candidates (166 boys and 379 girls) secured the D grade and 11 candidates (eight boys and three girls) secured the E grade.

The BAMM PECHS Govt College for Women's student bagged the first position whereas the second and third positions were clinched by students of the St. Lawrence Govt Girls Degree College and DA Degree College for Women, respectively.

Sundus Mehtab Shafee (Roll No.138656), daughter of Sheikh Mohammad Shafee, topped the examination by obtaining 985 (89.54 per cent) out of a total 1,100 marks.

Rabia Moiz (Roll No.137305), daughter of Moizuddin Siddiqui, bagged the second position by securing 976 (88.72pc) marks and Sundus Sabir (Roll No.141694), daughter of Mohammad Sabir, got the third position with 975 (88.63pc) marks.

The toppers, speaking to the media at the well-attended BIEK ceremony on Tuesday, said that terrorism and load-shedding were the main reasons hampering students' efforts to study properly and secure flying colours.

They also held the media, the Internet and cell- ular phones responsible for the negative trends prevailing among students in the country.

The position-holders urged the government to immediately announce a student-friendly policy for the public sector medical colleges.

Prof Zai said that although changes brought about in the board's examination system and the changed pattern of question papers were giving positive results, the board with a view to further improving the entire examination system had assigned the task of evaluating the system afresh to its various course committees.

Referring to the BIEK's decision of setting up a 'question bank', he said that the initiative would not only help paper-setters ensure perfect selection but would also improve candidates' knowledge, besides providing other benefits for students and educational boards of the country.

Felicitating the position-holders, their parents and teachers, he said that the BIEK in order to encourage meritorious students would grant a remuneration of Rs500 per month for a two-year period to the top 20 students of each group every year.

The ceremony was attended by BIEK Chairman Prof Anwar Ahmed Zai, controller of examinations Prof Agha Akber Mirza, Director-General of Colleges, Sindh, Prof Nasir Ansar, parents of the position-holders and principals of the colleges whose students passed the exams with flying colours.

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"Karachi inter PRE-MEDICAL PRIVATE Result"
Name: Imran
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Activists disrupt KU classes to celebrate Independence Day
Karachi: Student activists backed by various political parties had a field day at the University of Karachi on Tuesday as they freely made use of loudspeakers for the Independence Day programmes held on the campus.

The student organisations which held programmes on the campus included the All Pakistan Muttahid Students Organisation, the Islami Jamiat Talaba and the Imamia Student Organisation.

Most KU staff also remained engaged in a similar programme organised by the administration.

According to teachers, few classes could be held owing to the use of loudspeakers at several places on the campus as the noise gravely disturbed academic activities. No one from the administration bothered to intervene despite the fact that some student activists even resorted to setting off firecrackers.

Teachers said that it was very difficult to hold classes with organisers and participants of the programmes continuously playing songs on loudspeakers. "The disturbance was felt more in the first two blocks of the arts faculty which consists departments of international relations, Sindhi, Arabic, economics, general history, Persian and English. We couldn't hold any class after 10am, when the programmes were started," they said.

They said that use of loudspeakers by student activists in the programmes they held time to time had become a routine practice but the administration had adopted a very lenient view of the situation, they added.

"Suspension of classes due to such activities is not in the interest of students considering the fact that the university opens only for five days a week and has already remained closed for many days on account of a law and order situation or some other reasons," one of them said while giving example of the adjacent NED University of Engineering and Technology that had decided not to observe the additional weekly holiday on Saturdays. The teachers also criticised the KU administration for not taking necessary measures to drain out rainwater that has accumulated in the vicinity of several departments. A teacher of the Persian department reportedly sustained injuries on Monday after he slipped in the muddy water.

When contacted, Prof Dr Shahana Urooj Kazmi, the KU pro-vice-chancellor, said that students were allowed to hold the Independence Day programmes but they were under obligation to ensure that their activities should not disturb academic activities on the campus.

"I assume that students had been allowed to use loudspeakers at a low pitch. However, such events should not have caused disturbance in academic activities. Ideally, we should have a separate place for student activities or we should allow such programmes to be held after 3pm so that no teaching or administrative work is disturbed."

Earlier, a walk was held at the university to mark the commencement of the Independence Day celebrations on the campus. A large number of teachers participated in the event. Participants of the walk observed one-minute silence in memory of those who have lost their lives in the raging floods that have devastated many parts of the country.

Meanwhile, teachers and student leaders at the Independence Day celebrations advised young students to carry forward the mission of Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah in order to ensure a bright and prosperous future for the country, agencies add.

Vice-Chancellor Professor Dr Pirzada Qasim Raza Siddiqui in his message highlighted the significance of the Pakistan Movement and the Independence Day, and said that the KU had decided to celebrate the occasion in a befitting but simple manner owing the worst ever floods in the country's history that had claimed many lives and ravage many parts of the country.

Pro-Vice-Chancellors Prof Dr Shahana Urooj Kazmi, Prof Dr Nasiruddin Khan, Registrar Prof Kaleem Raza Khan, Dean Faculty of Management and Administrative Sciences Prof Dr Abuzar Wajidi and Dean Faculty of Arts and Pharmacy were among those who participated in a walk organised to mark the Independence Day.

Dr Kazmi also launched a magazine, 'The Youth Express' brought out by a nonpolitical student organisation.

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Teachers observe 'black day'
Hyderabad: Teachers of the Sindh University and Mehran University of Engineering and Technology on Tuesday observed a 'black day'.

They hoisted black flags on the university buildings and wore black armbands to press for the acceptance of their demands. The black day was observed on the call of the Federation of All Pakistan Universities Academic Staff Association against cut in the budgetary allocations of the public sector universities.

Other issues included 50 per cent increase in salaries and medical allowance for the university teachers and employees as announced by the federal government, implementation of the decision of the universities' syndicates in hardship cases and against the re-employment of the retired professors.

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School buildings serving another noble purpose
Peshawar: Educational institutions in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa which the Taliban have been destroying to deprive the young generation of educational facilities are now serving another vital purpose.

The buildings of these schools and colleges across the province are providing shelter to hundreds of thousands of flood affected persons who have had to flee their homes inundated by history's worst floods. The provincial government has few other places to shelter the displaced persons.

The school buildings, present everywhere in the province, are the first and last option for the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government to accommodate the calamity-hit and displaced persons as it could not arrange an alternative place at such short notice to provide a roof to the homeless people.

Around three million people have been displaced in the Malakand division alone, particularly in Swat. The majority of them has been accommodated in the schools and colleges in Swabi, Mardan, Charsadda, Peshawar and Nowshera.

All the educational institutions across the province were closed 15 days before the summer vacations to provide shelter to the IDPs.

Though the government had also established camps for the IDPs, those were insufficient to accommodate a large number of displaced people as well as lack decent living environment. The IDPs in these camps are facing numerous problems like shortage of drinking water, electricity, bathrooms and poor arrangements. The tents installed at the IDP camps have no cooling system to save the inmates from scorching heat.

The IDPs who had stayed in the buildings of the educational institutions were a bit relaxed as there were already drinking water, electricity, proper rooms, shades of trees, playgrounds where children of the IDPs play.

The summer vacation in the educational institutions at that time was extended for some days till all the IDPs returned to their hometowns.

Currently around 65,000 displaced people affected by the devastating floods in Swat, Upper Dir, Lower Dir, Shangla, Charsadda, Nowshera, Peshawar, Buner, Battagram and other parts of the province have been accommodated in 554 school buildings. Of the total displaced people 30,000 have taken shelter in 176 schools in Charsadda, 22,052 in 162 schools in Nowshera, 3,000 in 80 schools in Swat, 611 in Mardan, 752 in Swabi, 428 in Bannu, 280 in Dera Ismail Khan, 400 in Lakki, 134 in Malakand, 90 in Shangla and 66 in Kohat. Dawn

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