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PU BCom results annual examination 2010

Punjab University BCom result
Lahore, Aug 21: The Punjab University (PU) Examination Department on Friday declared the result of B.Com, Part-II Annual Examination 2010, according to which overall pass percentage remained 54.40.

A total number of 39,944 male and female candidates had appeared in the examination out of which 21,730 had been declared successful. Out of a total number of 11,727 female candidates, as many as 7,861 girls have passed the examination and as such their pass percentage comes to 67.03 percent. As against this, a total number of 28,217 boys appeared in the examination and only 13,869 could qualify the examination with a pass percentage of 49.15 percent.

Similarly from Lahore only, 8,957 boys appeared in the B.Com part-II examination this year out of which 4,409 had been declared pass with a success percentage of 49.22 percent. As compared to this, out of a total number of 4,183 girls, 2729 girls have passed the examination and their success rate is 65.24 percent. As such, out of a total number of 13,140 boys and girls who appeared in the exam from Lahore, as many as 7,138 had been declared successful with a pass percentage of 54.32.

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"I thank to Almighty Allah that i passed this exam, Thanks to my parents, teachers and friends also."
Name: Fariha
City, Country: lahore, Pakistan

"There is no need of B.commers in market."
Name: Mubeen
City, Country:Bhakar

"forget my roll number,wanna know my result of part 1 2010 ."
Name: tayyab khalid
City, Country: lahore,pakistan

"Bull **** i lost again, i dont know what happend this time, every thing was fine during the exams but still fail... i curse u Punjab University. You people just love to fail hardworking students"
Name: neena
City, Country: rawalpindi, pakistan

"congratulation to all that students who passed the exam"
Name: musarat abbas
City, Country: lahore pakistan

"me very happy to know that just at 15 years old student has become a graduate. i think government should sport to affan yasin the graduate. he deserve it.and media should coverage of this great success of affan yasin."
Name: M salman
City, Country: lahore, pakistan

Name: shahzad khan
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City, Country: lahore, pakistan

"Hy,i am a student of want to know when will the result of"
Name: Ayesha Nauman
City, Country:Lahore,Pakistan

City, Country: Lahore

"yra punjab uni mn numbers zyada keun nhi aty aur part 1 ka result kb aey ga khyer sy?"
Name: Muhammad luqman
City, Country: taxila

"paper to bht acha hua bad luck ho gai.congratultion to all the students who pass the examination.plz pray for me."
Name: Ata ullah
City, Country: Shahkot,Pakistan

"Hy,i am a student of want to know when will the result of"
Name: faisal
City, Country: faisalabad

"hi,i am a student of part 1 plz plz i just wana to know when result will be declared of part 1?plz reply hurry up today.I want to know when will the result of"
Name: IQRA
City, Country: kasur,pakistan

"yara ye punjab university wale kya krte hn jahan number dene hote hn waha nhi dete, or jahan nhi dene hote wahan truck bhr k de dete hn. ( think different )"
Name: bhatti+bhatti
City, Country: sargodha

"hi,i am a student of part 1 plz plz i just wana to know when result will be declared of part 1?"
Name: sara mirza
City, Country: lahore pakistan

Name: IQRA
City, Country: kasur,pakistan

" is veryEASY"
Name: waqar ali
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City, Country:nowshera virkan

Name: shan
City, Country:SARGODHA

"salam. . . . . i wanna get information about fee t8 how much fee is B.COM 1(private) supp. and B.COM 2(private) both"
Name: aman
City, Country:karachi

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15-year-old passes graduation
Lahore: Muhammad Afan Yasin, a student from Lahore, has made a unique record by passing his graduation at the age of 15. According to the press release issued on Friday, Affan Yaseen passed his matriculation at the age of 11 and intermediate at the age of 13 years while he completed his graduation, BCom from Punjab University, when he was only 15 years old.

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Private college bags top 10 positions
Lahore: The students of the Punjab College bagged top 10 positions in the Punjab Universityís BCom Examinations 2010. According to a press statement, Mohammad Sarwar, Huma Afzal and Sehar Asad clinched first, second and third position securing 1170, 1164 and 1160 marks respectively.

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Private campuses reopen, defy govt orders
Lahore: Challenging the writ of the government once again, private schools have opened their campuses, ignoring the government's notification according to which all private and government schools were scheduled to reopen after September 9.

Some private schools had opened their campuses on August 16 while many leading private schools reopened on August 20, Friday, with examination schedule starting from August 23, Monday.

A notification of School Education Department, Punjab, issued on May 31, a copy available with The News, clearly mentions that schedule of summer vacation would be observed in all the schools (government/privately managed) in Punjab w.e.f June 1 to September 9.

It is pertinent to mention that most of the leading private schools had also defied the government's notification by not observing the summer holidays from the day fixed by the government in June this year.

The stakeholders are quite critical of the government's inability to bring private sector under some kind of control as, over the years, they have been demanding a regulatory body for private schools but to no avail.

It is important to note here that many of the private schools have opened campuses in the name of summer camps duly allowed by the Punjab government in June, 2010.

The Lahore Literati is among those private schools that opened their campuses on Friday while Esna Foundation, Fairfield High School and many other schools have informed parents about reopening of their schools from 23 August.

According to the government, the decision to allow private schools for summer camps was taken in the wake of extended summer vacation as compared to previous years, adoption of five days week and squeezed academic session.

The stakeholders also argued that the government had failed to ensure uniformity with regard to syllabus followed by private and public sector schools but it was pathetic that the government could not ensure uniformity in working of schools.

The News could not reach Schools secretary Muhammad Aslam Kamboh for comments.

When contacted, EDO Education Dr Muhammad Arshad said the government had taken strict notice of private schools' not following its directive and opening up campuses before the announced schedule.

"All such schools are being closed", Dr Muhammad Arshad said, adding that the people should contact EDO Education Office in case they have any complaints against private educational institutes. The news

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Private schools allowed holding partial classes
Lahore: The education department has allowed private schools to call the students of Class V, VIII, IX, and X for preparation of their examinations.

Education EDO Dr Mohammad Arshad said that the department had only allowed the private schools to open the institutions before Sept 15 so that the studies of those students whose exams were approaching should not affect.

"However, the schools calling the students of other classes will face action," the EDO said and added that two institutions – The Punjab School and Kurban School – had been issued notices for violating the government direction.

The Punjab government had extended summer vacation to Sept 15 for all public and private schools, primarily for Ramazan and loadshedding.

The private schools associations had protested the decision and urged the government to allow them to open the institutions.

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Visitors to BVH suffer: Police rough up doctors, QAMC students
Bahawalpur: A police contingent let loose its indignation at the Bahawal Victoria Hospital doctors who joined the students in their protest.

Also, visitors to the hospital's OPD got more trouble than relief on Friday as some students of the allied Quaid-i-Azam Medical College forced the doctors to join them in their protest.

The students boycotted their classes for the second consecutive day, demanding exemption from loadshedding and other concessions.

With the doctors staying away from duty, the patients faced inconvenience. The police baton-charged the protesters to prevent any untoward happening.

QAMC Principal Dr Ijaz Hussain Shah said that the administration prevented the doctors from joining the protest.

BVH Medical Superintendent Dr Altaf Malik said some of the doctors accompanied the students but they resumed work shortly afterwards.

District Police Officer Babar Bakht Qureshi told this correspondent that there was no truth in the statement of the Pakistan Medical Association's Punjab chapter that 70 doctors had been arrested.

He said only 20 QAMC students had been taken into custody in connection with Thursday's violence.

It was learnt the police released the students after their successful negotiations with the college administration. Dawn

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PU directed to submit record
Lahore: An election tribunal of Lahore High Court on Friday directed the Punjab University to submit the record of BA degree of PML-N MPA Farah Deeba till August 24 on a petition seeking her disqualification on the basis of bogus degree.

On last hearing, the court had sought the degree record of woman MPA but the varsity failed to submit the said record on Friday. The tribunal showing annoyance delay gave fresh orders to the university in this regard. The LHC election tribunal was hearing a petition filed by Shahida Parveen challenging the election of MPA Farah Deeba for allegedly having a fake degree.

The petitioner submitted that Farah, daughter of comic legend Rangeela, was elected as the Member of Punjab Assembly on a special seat reserved for women. Parveen said that Deeba had allegedly lied to the Election Commission and her degree was fake.

Majid Karim Khokhar, the petitioner's counsel, submitted that Farah's actions were in violation of Articles 62 and 63 of the Constitution and requested the court to declare her election illegal.

After hearing the arguments, the tribunal issued a notice to Farah Deeba for August 20 and sought record from the university. The nation

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Lahore: Hira Ahmed of ACE International School Lahore achieved 7 A's in the O-Level Cambridge International Examination.

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D.Com position
Lahore: Hafiz Ishtiaq Ahmed, son of Naimat Ali, has secured the second position in the D.Com annual examination 2010 in Government College of Commerce, Allama Iqbal Town. He wants to become a lawyer in future.

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PEF result
Lahore: The Punjab Education Foundation (PEF) on Friday announced the result of 4th Quality Assurance Test of NSP held in Chiniot, Lodhran, Muzaffargarh, Bahawalpur and Rajanpur. According to result, out of 45 schools, 44 schools have passed the test. The detailed result is available at PEF website

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