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FBISE HSSC Part-I results 2010

FBISE's HSSC Part-I result
Islamabad, Aug 10: Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) will announce the result of annual examination of Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) Part-I today (Tuesday). According to the news release issued here on Monday, the result will be available on the FBISE website: and telephone numbers 9250651, 9250666 and 9250608. The result will also be available on SMS unified code 5050 and the candidates can send sms in the format: FB[roll number].

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Convocation of Institute of Space Technology held
Islamabad: Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC) General Tariq Majid has said that the beneficial use of outer space with ever expanding applications is fast becoming a critical tool for attainment of sustainable national development and progress, says a press release.

Besides bolstering capacity in enabling technologies for development, such as long distance global and regional communications, navigation and positioning systems, remote sensing for monitoring and protection of environment, disaster management, harvesting of natural resources etc, the space technologies also have enormous relevance for complex strategic defence applications. Given the importance of this field therefore, there is a reinvigorated emphasis on the development of Space Technology by Pakistan.

He made these remarks while addressing the 5th Convocation Ceremony of the Institute of Space Technology, Islamabad.

Degrees in the disciplines of Aerospace and Communications Systems Engineering were awarded to 53 students. General Tariq also gave away the President of Pakistan Gold Medals to Miss Kiran Fatima of Aerospace Engineering and Faran Mahmood of Communication System Engineering. He also decorated Mustafa Ali Ghazi and Muhammad Farooq Hayder from Aerospace Engineering and Faran Mahmood and Muhammad Bilal Akhtar from Communication Systems Engineering with Vice Chancellor's Medal for best final year projects.

The CHIEF GUEST while congratulating the graduates, said "While you celebrate your accomplishment, you must also remain cognizant that this day augers a new phase in your life with prospects of diverse opportunities to be exploited both for personal progression and to contribute towards national development.

While complimenting the role of institution, he stated that institutes of higher education have a special responsibility to assist society and the country in achieving its developmental aspirations. It is heartening to note that the vision and activities of the Institute of Space Technology are consistent with those of the nation, and that the institute has continued to make rapid strides towards the establishment and improvement of various disciplines of Space Technology.

Earlier on arrival at Institute of Space Technology, General Tariq was received by Suparco chairman and vice chancellor of Institute of Space Technology, Islamabad. He also visited various facilities of the institute and appreciated the research projects undertaken by graduating students.

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HEC seeks matric and inter certificates of degree holders
Islamabad: The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) apparently seems reluctant to provide further particulars of 604 degrees to Higher Education Commission the (HEC), i.e. details about their matriculation and intermediate examinations.

According to the details, during the maiden meeting between the officials of HEC and ECP, HEC officials have asked ECP to provide relevant documents of 604 degrees whose additional information was not sent. HEC focal person Rahim Bux Channa had asked the his counterpart to provide the matriculation and intermediate certificate of those degrees so that their process of verification could be completed; however, the HEC has not provided such detail of even a single degree holder till date.

ECP focal person Mohammad Afzal Khan at first refused to give any comment over the issue and said that ECP would issue a press release in this regard in next two days. However on the insistence of this correspondent, he said that the degree holders were coming in person to hand over related documents to ECP. "Today MNA (PML-Q) Akram Masih Gill visited ECP and handed over his documents," he said and just ended the call.

It has been learnt from reliable sources that HEC has many times asked ECP to provide details of 604 degree holders besides handing over 22 degrees which were not legible. According to reliable sources ECP has sent letters to the MPs for the provision of required documents and the copies of same letters have been sent to HEC. "Not all the MPs but only a few MPs have been asked to provide documents by ECP," said the source.

According to the sources they were expecting many fake degree holders among 604 degrees which have been verified. "A degree could not be declared genuine or fake until or unless their matriculation and intermediate certificates are verified as in many cases the graduation degree is genuine but the intermediate or matriculation certificate is fake," he said.

He said that the delay in the provision of relevant documents was hampering the process of verification of degrees as the universities are waiting for these certificates to be verified to complete the whole procedure.

HEC focal person Rahim Bux Channa conceded that they have asked ECP to provide the relevant documents of the degree holders as soon as possible. "ECP in reply to our request has sent us the copies of letters sent to a few MPs asking them to provide their documents," he said.

He said that they have asked the universities to expedite the process of verification and many universities have started sending the results back. "Many universities including Sindh University and Azad Jummu and Kashmir (AJK) University have sent the degrees back to HEC after verification," he added.

He further said that they have also asked ECP to provide the 22 degrees which were not legible which they said that they would provide very soon. "We have asked to provide these 22 degrees in our first meeting held on 5th August and would take up the issue again in the upcoming meeting expected to held on Thursday," he said.

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National Youth Awards ceremony postponed
Islamabad: Owing to the disastrous floods that have killed hundreds of people in the country, the Ministry of Youth Affairs (MoYA) has postponed its National Youth Awards ceremony that was due on August 11.

The award distribution ceremony is an annual activity of the ministry that is regularly organised on or around International Youth Day falling on August 12. The MoYA confers National Youth Award to the youth of the country between the age of 15-29 years with the objective to recognise the achievements of young people in their lives in various fields and to volunteers working for the welfare and development of youth, every year.

The award, a shield and a certificate accompanied by a monetary award of Rs50,000, is given in the fields of literature, culture, education, science and technology, sports, business, community service, media, 'Qirat' and 'Naat', management science, agriculture, computer science and information technology, environment, technicians, paramedics and skilled workers and award for special youth.

Officials in the ministry said that the ceremony would probably be held after Ramazan. The announcement was made at a moment when the winners were busy in inviting their relatives and friends for the ceremony that was scheduled to be held at Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA).

The officials said that the ministry has also decided to postpone its other activities planned to commemorate International Youth Day. "Our focus is to provide relief to flood victims through National Volunteer Movement (NVM)," he added.

Under NVM, he said that the ministry has established four relief camps in Peshawar, Nowshera, Charsada and Karachi. "There are around 200 registered volunteers of NVM working in flood affected areas," he said adding that main function of these volunteers is to assist in supply of food and basic items to people in distress.

He said that volunteers will work along with National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA). The NVM has already sent a consignment of relief goods containing blankets, plastic mats, family ration packets and life jackets to the flood affected areas in Charsada and Nowshera.

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Rs557m budget of PMAS-AAUR approved
Rawalpindi: Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi (PMAS-AAUR) syndicate Thursday approved university budget amounting to Rs557.264 million for the fiscal year 2010-2011 focusing on improving the facilities to further raise the educational level in all the disciplines.

The budget was approved at the 56th meeting of the university syndicate held under the chairmanship of PMAS- AAUR Vice Chancellor Professor Dr. Khalid Mahmood Khan. The budget presented by treasurer, Syeda Irum Umer, was unanimously approved by the syndicate after having detailed deliberations.

The estimates depict Rs551.770 million as income and Rs557.264 million as expenditure. Senior representatives of the finance, agriculture and livestock departments of the Punjab along with elected members of the syndicate, from the faculty also attended the meeting.

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Independence Day celebrated at IIU
Islamabad: Boys' Wing of the International Islamic University (IIU), Islamabad, celebrated Independence Day under the theme of 'Pakistan: the sunny side' at its new campus.

Zumurrud Khan, managing director of Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal, was the chief guest on the occasion. Engineer Raja Sultan Zahoor Akhtar, one of the companions of Quaid-e-Azam, Parveen Qadir Agha, vice president of IIU, faculty members, administrative officers, staff members and students attended the event.

Zumurrud Khan while speaking on the occasion said Quaid-e-Azam dedicated his whole life for Pakistan and it was long and hard struggle of the Quaid and his companions, which at last resulted in the creation of Pakistan.

He paid rich tributes to martyrs, who laid their lives in twin suicide blasts on the premises of the university.

He announced a life-time stipend for family of Pervez Masih, who lost his life in saving lives of girl students of the university.

He also appealed to the IIU administration to name a full block after his name to enable coming generation to remember his name.

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Quaideen reunion adorned with musical renditions
Islamabad: Reunion always fascinate participants and if it is adored with musical renditions, the excitement multiplies.

That was what happened at the get-to-gather organised by Quaideen, the Alumni Association of Quaid-i-Azam University, at Islamabad Club.

Quaideen were not away from the realities and dedicated the whole function to the flood victims. It started with 'fateha' for those who died in recent floods in the length and breadth of the country. Quaideen appealed for donations for the rain affectees and announced to launch a movement in this respect.

In the cultural part of the function, Ustad Raees who earlier had enthralled the Quaideen on April 8, 1988, with violin when he was a new entrant in the world of 'surs' and ragas. Now he matured to a maestro of an instrument about which the musicologists say is closest to human throat. He can even play violin like a 'beena'.

His performance was simply superb. Then came the turn of Sara Raza, a first year student from Kinnaird College. Her command over notes indicate that one day, this crooner from Lahore would be an addition to the realm of 'kafis', 'geets', 'ghazals', even disco. She started with Bulleh Shah's 'Teray Ishq Nachaya' but her performance of movie Sahra's famous song in Raga Malkauns Pankh 'Ho Te To Urh Aati Ray' stole the show.

Saqib Sultan is a law enforcer but when he started 'ghazals'. He chose one of the most difficult songs of Indian movies 'Meray Nainan Sawan Bhadon' which start from Mandar Saptak and goes up to Tar Saptak. Otherwise also, this was the month of Sawan and only a week away from Bhadon. Saqib who is a Quaidian should give more attention to the world of music than police department where like another institution Law of Necessity prevails more than harmony and melodies.

Then came the real Ustad of the world of 'ghazals' and a disciple of Mehdi Hasan. Ghulam Abbas assimilated the attention of the audience by his renditions, which included 'Ab Kay Hum Bichhrhay' by Ahmad Faraz who left us not long ago and Nasir Kazmi's 'Dil Mein Ik Lehar Si Uthee Hay Abhi'. But the climax was Mirza Ghalib's Punjabi translation by Sufi Tabassum 'Meray Shauq Da Naeen Aitbaar Tenoon', about which no one except those who know can say it is a translation. The news

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AIOU sets flood relief camp
Islamabad: Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) has set up a relief camp for flood affected people at its campus.

AIOU Vice Chancellor (VC) Dr Nazir Ahmed Sangi said that the university was aware of its responsibility as a national educational institution and had students across the country endeavors to contribute bigheartedly in times of calamity in the country.

Sangi, during his visit to the relief camp, set up inside the main campus of the university by Academic Staff Association, Officers Welfare Association and Employees Welfare Association of the university, said that it was a testing time for all of Pakistani's and we hope that we would help those affected people to get them out of this quagmire.

All deans and head of departments were also present. On the occasion, a committee was also set up comprising Ilyas Ahmed (Registrar), Suleman Saleem (Treasurer) and one member from each the association, the VC instructed the committee to contribute cash amount and other goods like tents, medicines, blankets, cloths and food for the affected people on priority basis.

VC would hand over cheque of the collected amount prime minister very soon.

At the end, Fateha Khawani for the departed souls of martyrs was offered. Daily times

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