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BISE Lahore class 9 exam results 2010

BISE declares result of 9th class
Lahore, Aug 26: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Lahore, on Wednesday, announced the result of Secondary School Certificate (9th Class) Annual Examination-2010 with 35.42 pass percentage. According to the preamble to the result notification, a total of 230,797 candidates applied for the examination and 227,351 appeared in the exam out of which 80,546 were declared successful.

In the Science Group, a total of 112,118 candidates (boys and girls) were appeared in the examination out of which 57,497 passed it, showing 51.28 pass percentage, while 115,233 candidates appeared in the General Group (Humanities) and only 23,049 were declared successful with 20 pass percentage.

The 9th Class examination was commenced on March 30 and terminated on April 13, 2010.

The result Gazette is issued as notice only and any entry appearing in this does not confer any right or privilege on a candidate for the grant of a certificate, which will be issued under the Rules/Regulations on the basis of the aggregate of marks obtained by the candidates in 9th and 10th class examinations and the original record in the Board's office. The result intimations of the regular candidates are being sent to their respective institutions, while, private candidate will receive the same at the addresses given by them for the purpose.

The candidates against whose roll numbers and names, abbreviations of certain subject/s have been mentioned, are eligible to re-appear in the subject/s having less than 33 percent marks along with Secondary School (10th class) annual examination-2011.

Under the Board notification No. 3/2009, the students who obtained less than 33 percent marks in subject/s or who remained absent in 9th class examination (current year, 2010) are eligible to get re-admission in the same group/combination or any other subjects as they desire to study.

All enquiries regarding the result of candidate may be addressed to the Assistant/Deputy Controller of Examinations (S.S) Phone No. 042-9200118/223 & 9200192-97/320.

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Launch of Education Voucher Scheme soon
Lahore: The Punjab Education Foundation (PEF) has finalised all arrangements to launch Education Voucher Scheme (EVS) in Multan from the first week of September, as schools as well as household survey has already been completed.

Under the scheme, 1,000 deserving students will be given free education in their nearby schools and the expenses will be borne out by the PEF.

This was briefed by Project Officer (EVS) Shafique Ahmad while giving details of EVS expansion in the district of Multan to PEF management at PEF Board Room on Wednesday.

The departmental coordination meeting was presided over by MD Punjab Education Foundation Mohyuddin Wani. DMD (O) Tanveer Zafar, DMD (F) Salman Anwar Malik, Director (FAS) Nadeem Masood, Director (CPDP) Maliha Batool, Director (IT) Usman Jarral and others also attended the meeting.

The meeting was told that the Punjab Education Foundation had concluded survey of 21 schools in Multan where deserving students would be offered free education.

With a view to offering free education to more students, Punjab Education Foundation has also completed survey of poor localities including Wagon Colony, Zia Colony, Dhok Hassu and Bhusa Godown Colony in Rawalpindi so that additional number of students in these localities could be accommodated under EVS.

The MD Punjab Education Foundation expressed commitment to foster education in the marginalised sections of the society through Public Private Partnership and hoped that the Punjab Education Foundation initiatives would help achieve such goals. The news

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Lucky Cement sets up scholarship fund with LUMS
Lahore: Lucky Cement Chief Executive Officer Muhammad Ali Tabba has joined hands with the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) to set up the "Abdul Razzak Tabba/Lucky Cement Scholarship Fund", which will sponsor approximately 23 students of the National Outreach Programme (NOP) over a period of four years, according to a press release issued on Wednesday.

A contract to this effect was signed between the two parties, in Karachi. The first batch of the Abdul Razzak Tabba/Lucky Cement Scholars will graduate in 2014. The NOP is an initiative taken by LUMS, in order to identify, nurture and extend the benefits of its quality education to deserving students belonging to the country's underprivileged segments. Through the NOP, which was initiated in 2001, 45 students have graduated from LUMS to date. Daily times

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Nine QAMC students get bail
Bahawalpur: A local court granted bail to nine Quaid-i-Azam Medical College (QAMC) students while the students continued their protest by blocking Circular Road and forcing the closure of out-patients department (OPD) of Bahawal Victoria Hospital on the fifth consecutive day on Wednesday.

Safdar Malik, a final year student, Usama Basharat, fourth year, Rao Qamar Iqbal, final year, Safdar Mazari, second year, Sajjad Munir Bodla, final year, Umair Zafar, third year, Moaz Birlas, second year, Muhammad Asim Shahzad, third year, Belal Nasir, third year, had been booked under the Anti-Terrorism Act on Thursday last and they were released from the jail after the acceptance of their bail petitions.

Traders also observed a shutter-down strike to protest against blocking both sides of Circular Road by the students.

On the intervention of Markazi Anjuman Tajran (Hafiz Younus Group), the students, however, opened one side of the road.

Hafiz Younus, president of his own faction of the association, said the traders would launch a protest by closing their shops and plazas in all bazaars if the students blocked the road again on Thursday.

The protesting students threw the vehicular traffic on Circular Road out of gear for the whole day, inconveniencing the people a lot. Hundreds of patients could not get treatment in the OPD of BVH also.

The students announced that they would continue their protest on Thursday as their demand regarding transfer of QAMC Principal Prof Dr Ijaz Shah had not been met. Dawn

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PU students relief effort
Lahore: A meeting of the Punjab University College of Art and Design faculty and alumni was held on Wednesday under the chairmanship of Principal Prof Rahat Naveed Masud to make all-out efforts in generating funds for flood victims. The meeting was informed that the college students had collected and dispatched Rs. 80,000 worth relief goods for the flood affected areas.

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GCU student
Lahore: An orator of the Government College University Debating Society has represented Pakistan in Youth Camp for Asia's Future held in in Seoul, the capital city of South Korea. According to a press release here on Wednesday, Usman Ali, while talking to the media on his return, said that the camp was a cultural exchange programme between the youth of Asia and its theme was "Dreaming of New Asia".

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PhD awarded
Lahore: The Punjab University has awarded a PhD to Uzma Shaukat in the subject of Molecular Biology after approval of her research thesis "Search for New DFNB Locus in Pakistani Population."

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PU board meets
Lahore: A meeting of the Punjab University Advanced Studies & Research Board (AS&RB) will be held on Monday at 10 am in the Committee Room of Vice-Chancellor's Office, New Campus, a press release said here on Wednesday. The news

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