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BISE Lahore Class 9 result 2010

Class 9 result today
Lahore, Aug 25: The result of Secondary School Certificate (Class 9th) will be announced by the Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education (BISE) Lahore on Wednesday (today).

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UHS raises standard for distinction
Lahore: The Academic Council of the University of Health Sciences (UHS) has raised the standard for awarding distinctions in various professional examinations, including MBBS and BDS, from 80 percent to 95 per cent marks from annual examinations 2010.

The 8th meeting of the UHS Academic Council was held on Tuesday with UHS Vice Chancellor Prof. Malik H. Mubbashar in the chair. Principals and senior faculty members of the affiliated institutes attended the meeting. The council unanimously agreed that from this year only those candidates would be awarded distinctions in any subject who would secure 95 percent or above marks in that subject in any professional examination. The council also recommended increase of total marks in the subjects of Biochemistry and Behaviroual Sciences from 100 to 200 in first and second professional MBBS examinations respectively from next academic year.

The members also agreed that MS, MD and MDS programmes should continue, however, these programmes must be upgraded and thoroughly overhauled so that they could meet the highest standards of postgraduate medical education and research anywhere in the world.

They observed that these programmes should be run according to the spirit of the original programmes, as they combined knowledge and scientific enquiry and ability to analyse data and convert it into logical conclusions. The news

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Court seeks govt answer on vacation
Lahore: The Lahore High Court (LHC) on Tuesday sought a reply from the Punjab education secretary on a petition filed by the All Pakistan Private Schools Welfare Association against extension in summer vacation.

Association's president Zulqarnain Shah says in his petition that under the education code private schools can observe summer vacation for two months and ten days only, but the government extended the vacation for 21 days, which is 'illegal'.

Apart from this 'illegality' on the part of the government, precious time of students was being wasted, the petitioner said and asked the court to set aside the notification regarding extension in vacation.

Justice Ijazul Ahsan accepted the petition for hearing and directed the education secretary to file his reply by Aug 30. Dawn

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PU medical results
Lahore: The Punjab University (PU) Examination Department has announced the results of B-Pharmacy, Final Professional (New Scheme), Supplementary Examination 2009, MBBS, Third Professional (Re-Organised Scheme), Supplementary Examination 2009, and MBBS, Third Professional (New Re-Organised Scheme), Supplementary Examination 2009.

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WB team discusses PU reforms, expansion
Lahore: A six member World Bank team held a detailed meeting with the Punjab University (PU) Vice Chancellor and other senior faculty members on Tuesday with a view to reforming and expanding the existing participation rate in higher education sector to improve its contribution to future economic growth and prosperity of the country.

PU Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran briefed the visiting delegation about the ongoing academic, research and extra-curricular activities and contribution being made by the faculty staff and student community.

Lauding the role of Higher Education Commission (HEC), Dr Kamran said the HEC funding had helped increase varsity faculty participation in international conferences and access to research journals, leading to significant improvement in research output.

However due to recent cut in HEC funds and increase in salaries, pension and medical allowance, the public sector varsities are facing severe financial crunch and their research projects are likely to receive a serious setback.

He said for any university, quality of its faculty held paramount importance for improving higher education standard.

The World Bank team comprised Senior Education Economist Naveed Naqvi, Lead Education Specialist Halil Dundar and Consultants Benoit Millot, Zubair Bhatti, Mehnaz Haider and Ayesha Khan.

Pro Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Jamil Anwar Chaudhry, Registrar Prof Dr Muhammad Naeem Khan and other officials were also present. Later, the delegation took a round of various departments of the varsity as well. The news

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