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FBISE HSSC part-1 results 2010 : Over 52pc pass

Over 52pc pass federal board HSSC part-1 exams
Islamabad, Aug 11: The Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) on Tuesday declared the results of Higher Secondary School Certificate (Part-I) examinations showing an overall pass percentage of 52.58.

According to Controller Examinations Mumtaz Ali Khan, a total of 47,495 candidates, including 23,785 females, had appeared in the examinations held in April-June, out of whom 24,973 cleared all the subjects.

The figures released by the board showed that 45,092 students had appeared as regular and 2,403 as private candidates. The pass percentage amongst the regular candidates remained 53.92, whereas only 27.51 per cent of the private candidates passed the exam.

Out of the 22,465 students who could not pass; 10,336 failed in one subject, 6,333 in two, 3,978 in three subjects, 1,251 in four, 384 in five papers, 167 in six and 16 candidates in all the seven subjects.

The highest pass percentage of 65 remained in the pre-medical group as out of 8,721 students, including 6,672 females, 5,669 remained successful. The highest number of 13,073 candidates, including 3,182 females, belonged to the pre-engineering group out of whom 7,925 got through in all the subjects showing a pass percentage of 60.62.

The pass percentage in humanities groups remained 50.29 for regular and 27.72 for private candidates. In general science group, it remained 39.7 for regular and 28.57 for private and ex-candidates while in commerce group, the pass percentage was 50 for regular and 27.37 for private and ex-candidates.

This year, eight students were caught using unfair means and the board said their cases had already been decided. The candidates failing in one or more papers may reappear in the same with the papers of HSSC Part-II annual examinations 2011. The board has set September 9 as the last date for receipt of applications for rechecking of the papers.

It also indicated the results of 49 candidates as RL (result later on) which will be declared on completion of requirements by the candidates.

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"i m doing BS-IT from university of balochistan.i recently gave the exam of second semester.and i passed first semeter with good i also can appy for hec scholarships.kindly inform me and tell the procedure of this ..i shall be thankful to u.kanwal krishna"
Name: kanwal
City, Country: quetta,pakistan

"My role number is 307080, please let me know my result and numbers"
City, Country: Lahore

"i want to ask that am failed in three papers of hssc part1 so am i allowed to join hssc part2 and give my hssc part1 papers with it or i have to repeat.thanx"
Name: minahil
City, Country:karachi

"show my result"
Name: ALi Amir
City, Country:Lahore

"why in 2010 so many students fail"
Name: waqas
City, Country:quetta

"Aslam O Alaikum my roll number is 30078 BA Part 1 please show me my result and my numbers Thanks"
Name: turyalai
City, Country:Peshawar Pakistan

"plz ans this that how many subjects i can repeat having supplies in 2 sub in HSSC part 1"
Name: mishl
City, Country:rawalpindi, pakistan

"plz tell me what i do to repeat hssc 1"
Name: asif
City, Country:rawalpindi

"i want to ask that am failed in three papers of hssc part1 so am i allowed to join hssc part2 and give my hssc part1 papers with it or i have to repeat.thanx"
Name: yameena
City, Country:kohat ,pakistan

"i wanted to ask tht i have 2 supplies in hssc part 1 so can i give hssc part 2 papers now and repeat the whole hssc part 1 after my 2nd year exams is it possible ?"
Name: Rida Fatima
City, Country:multan pakistan

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Floods to ravage higher education sector too
Islamabad: The 'super' floods currently ravaging the country will also badly affect the higher education sector which has already been facing acute shortage of funds.

A top official of the Higher Education Commission (HEC) said that before the flooding they had been expecting that the government would release some funds for the development of public sector universities. However, under the current circumstances, when the government has already decided to review its Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP), "we will be heading for a serious financial crisis in our universities."

The official added: "We have categorically been asked by the government to manage our affairs within the given resources, which unfortunately come nowhere near our needs."

Almost every vice chancellor of 73 public sector universities in the country had individually written to the HEC seeking financial help for both their recurring and development expenditures, he said. "What to talk about funds for development, the universities will have no money even to pay salaries to their employees in the coming months," he added.

In reply to a question, the official said over the last few days everybody at the HEC was busy brainstorming how to handle its finances in coming months as things would be really precarious. "You will be surprised to know laboratories are ready but universities have no money to install necessary equipment there. Several universities have reported disputes with contractors after failing to pay them the dues on time. It would not be wrong if you say that HEC has gone bankrupt," the official added.

There is such paucity of funds that during a recent meeting of vice chancellors of public sector universities they were strongly recommended to generate their own resources through self-finance admissions and increasing fees etc.

He said it would be a major setback for the higher education sector. At the moment, 5.1 per cent Pakistanis have access to higher education, a significant increase from 2.6 per cent a few years back. However, with new cuts on HEC budget, it would not be possible to continue the trend.

The commission started its current financial year with a yawning deficit of Rs11.5 billion. Last year, the government had committed Rs22.5 billion under the PSDP for the development of public sector universities. However, till June 30, 2009, it could only release Rs11 billion. This year, the government has allocated only Rs15.7 billion to the HEC under the development grant against its demand of Rs30 billion.

In the PSDP 2009-2010, the government had committed Rs22.5 billion which was later revised to Rs18.5 billion for 230 ongoing and 128 new projects. The number for the year 2010-11 has come down to 193 ongoing and only 11 new projects.

The HEC needs more than Rs10 billion to support its ongoing human resource development projects under which it provides scholarships to about 9,000 students.

Around 4,000 students are in foreign universities on scholarships whereas the remaining are availing financial assistance to study in local universities.

Therefore, the HEC will be left with only Rs5.76 billion out of the allocated Rs15.762 in the fiscal year 2010-11, putting it in a tight corner to take any worthwhile development activity. Dawn

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Students' future at stake as 452 schools destroyed in KP
Peshawar: Future of thousands of students in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is at stake as first the Taliban destroyed more than 400 schools and now the devastating floods have destroyed 452 government educational institutions in the province.

The Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) spokesman Adnan Khan said on Tuesday that a total of 452 government educational institutions had been destroyed in the current torrential rains and devastating floods in the province. He said that 134 educational institutions including colleges, higher secondary schools, high schools and primary schools were destroyed only in Nowshera district in the flash floods.

Similarly, he said, 69 educational institutions were destroyed in Swat, 46 in Shangla, 37 in Haripur, 35 in Bannu, 31 in Charsadda, 29 in Swabi, 21 in Battagram, 19 in Upper Dir, 17 in Malakand, nine in Mansehra, three in Tank, and one each in Lower Dir and Buner.

Official sources in the education department said that the department's initial estimate for revival of the educational institutions was Rs 5 billion. According to initial reports, 21636 students were deprived of books, copies, uniform and other necessary items in the flood-hit districts. Similarly, educational certificates of hundreds of students were also washed away by the flash floods. Daily times

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Students come forward to help police
Islamabad: Some 600 student volunteers have taken up watch duties for police in sectors G and F to make the city safe, police said on Tuesday.

These students hail from educated families and are doing O and A levels or studying in universities.

According to police they were inspired to become eyes and ears of police after listening to lectures delivered by police officers in their institutions on citizens' role in maintaining peace and security in a city.

Senior Superintendent of Police Capt (retied) Liaquat Ali Malik conceived the idea and is implementing it in the sectors covered by the Margalla and Shalimar police stations as a pilot project.

Later the project would cover the whole of Islamabad to make it "a crime-free city", the police said.

Each volunteer will be assigned three or four streets in his area to watch the goings on there and report to police any unusual activity or suspect person they see on their beat.

In special situations, the police may ask them to be extra vigilant and gather information.

An A level student, Ehsan Shah, is supervising the volunteers squad while each sub-sector will have an in-charge.

Police said the student volunteers could be deployed at markets, public parks and worship places also and asked to perform security duties when needed. Dawn

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