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RBISE SSC-I examination results 2010

Girls grab top position in RBISE SSC-I exams
Rawalpindi, Aug 26: The overall first position was clinched by two girls in the result of Secondary School Certificate Part-I annual examination 2010 announced by the Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education here on Wednesday.

The result was announced by RBISE Chairman Abdul Hafeez Chaudhary at his office.

According to the result Shanzay and Bisma hailing from Fauji Foundation School Gujar Khan and Munir Girls High School Chakwal clinched the top position.

Shanzay and Bisma secured 465 marks and clinched overall first position out of 480 marks. Fahad Farooq of Divisional Public School Shamasabad secured second position by securing 464 marks. Third position was clinched by Kokab Ehsan of Sir Syed Public School Tippu road by clinching 462 marks.

In girls (Science group) Shanzay Tariq (roll number 552639) of Fauji Foundation Secondary School Gujar Khan and Bisma Tariq (Roll number 520289) of Munir Girls High School Chakwal secured 465 marks. Kokab Ehsan (Roll number 556849) a student of Divisional Public School and Iqra Qadir of Sir Syed Public School Tippu Raod got second position by securing 462 marks.

Zainab Khalil (Roll number 560271) of Siddique Public School and Iqra Farooq (Roll number 564274) of Sir Syed Public School and Anam Rehman (Roll number 560133) a student of Saint Pal Secondary School Haidery Chowk Rawalpindi remained third by securing 461 marks.

From boys (Science group) Fahad Farooq (Roll number 582666) of Divisional Public School Shamsabad clinched first position by securing 464 marks. Second position was grabbed by a student of Kallar Kahar Cadet College Mohammad Fasih (Roll number 532668) by securing 461 marks. While third position (boys science) was achieved by a student of Grammar Public School Rawalpindi Sheikh Hassan Tanvir (Roll number 581093) by securing 460 marks.

Two sisters Hafiza Wardah Abdur Ras and Hafiza Maria Abdur Ras of Grammar Public School Rawalpindi topped in arts group by securing 467 and 468 marks respectively out of 550 marks.

The over all pass percentage remained 31.91 per cent. A total of 370 examination centres had been established including 152 for boys and 147 for girls. While 71 centres had been established both for boys and girls.

The total enrolled candidates were 113,418 while 112,250 appeared in the examination. 1,141 candidates remained absent. 35,827 candidates obtained 33 per cent or above marks.

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"We are very upset about the minoply of EDO (EDUCATION)GUJRAT that he has closed many schools in gujrat but some schools have been favoured by him and they are opened from 16th AUGUST 2010 till it not violation of chief ministers order. why dont the authorities take action against EDO GUJRAT and private schools administration."
City, Country: Gujrat, PAKISTAN

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Confusion persists over reopening of private schools
Rawalpindi: Parents were quite confused over the tussle that has been going on between private schools and Punjab Government over reopening of schools in Rawalpindi.

On Wednesday also, some of the private schools were closed because of the polling in PP-13 constituency and some schools were continuing with their regular classes.

Rawalpindi Association of Private Schools (RAPS) Public Relations Executive Tahmeena Malik said that there should be a clear cut notification regarding opening and closure of the schools. "Students as well as their parents are perturbed over the uncertain situation regarding the reopening of the schools. Some students are sent back home by the school administration and it is a very serious situation for the students because some use public transport, as parents don't know their whereabouts. The Punjab Government should give us a logical reason as why we should not open the schools as there is no flood in Rawalpindi or the schools would be used as shelter homes for IDPs etc. Even if we open the schools as we are law-abiding citizens, the Punjab Government should specify that as to how we would be able to make up the loss of the studies. How the students cope up their loss of these twenty days. There should be one uniform notification for all the schools, one morning all the schools should be closed and one morning they should all be open so that the owners, students and parents are at peace," she said.

The Punjab Government has issued orders to all public and private schools to open the schools on September 9, but some of the private schools are reluctant to follow the orders and have opened schools way before the due date.

Executive District Officer (Education) Malik Ashraf said that the private schools have filed a petition in Lahore High Court in this regard and they were also awaiting its decision. All the public schools are abiding by the notification orders, but some private schools are defying them. "The position would be much clear when the decision comes. Some private schools are openly violating the orders and have opened the schools, but we would take strict action against the violators and would use police force to close them down," he said.

Aasma Chaudhry said that her son studies at a private school at Tulsa Road. They were constantly calling the school whether the school was open or not because of the polling in Rawalpindi. "It was earlier told that school was closed and then it was opened. Its is highly frustrating for us as we have to get up early after 'sehri' and send the children to school and we are very disturbed if they tell us that the school is closed. There has to be a clear cut notification and all private schools should obey it," she said.

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Islamabad: Maham Malik, daughter of Rizwan Malik, joint secretary at the Planning and Development Division, has secured 14 A* grades in the 'O' level examination, says a press release.

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KU staffers continue protest
Karachi: A group of employees of the Karachi University (KU) continued their protest on Wednesday even after assurance by the university administration regarding the payment of 50 percent increase in the August 2010 salary with arrears for the month of July 2010 and 50 percent leave encashment.

The protesters stopped KU Point Service (Bus service), causing immense problems to students, especially in Ramazan. Some employees belonging to KU Employees Welfare Association rushed into KU Public Relations Office and misbehaved with Assistant PRO Farheen Zehra, forcing her not to send news that do not go in their favour. These employees had a meeting in the same office.

The university was presenting a deserted look, while not a single employee was observed in any office of the university, even to attend a phone call.

A paucity of funds at the Karachi University (KU) has sparked protest and unrest at the varsity, as hundreds of non-academic staff of the KU has been protesting for the last two days in favour of 50 percent increase in their salaries and Leave Encashment.

The protest was staged by KU Employees Welfare Association and Officers Welfare Association; the leaders of KU Employees Welfare Association during which Kabir Khan, Fareed Siddiqui and Aijaz Beg expressed their views on the occasion.

They were of the view that the university administration had failed to run the administration smoothly. They said that employees would not withdraw from their basic rights like 50 percent increase in salaries and leave encashment. The administration is trying to deprive employees of these fundamental financial rights, while the protest will be continued until KU accedes to the demand of 50 percent increase and leave encashment to its employees, they said.

It is pertinent to mention here that just after the protest of KU employees, KU Registrar Prof Dr Kaleem Raza Khan has already announced that the Vice Chancellors of all public universities in consultation with the Chancellor's secretariat were assured that the funds would be provided to the universities to ensure 50 percent increase in the salary of all university employees in Sindh.

He said, "In the light of this, KU Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Pirzada Qasim Raza Siddiqui is pleased to announce that all Karachi University employees will get 50 percent increase as announced by the Government of Pakistan in their August 2010 Salary with arrears for the month of July 2010.

It is to be noted here that Karachi University, grants maximum facilities to its employees and even in the present tough financial conditions, the Standing Committee has recommended to pay 50 percent leave encashment to employees from BPS-1 to BPS-16 and the remaining 50 percent will be paid later."

Employees Reject Proposal

The leaders of KU Employees Welfare Association have rejected the Standing Committee recommendation to pay 50 percent leave encashment to employees of BPS-1 to BPS-16 and later payment of the remaining 50 percent later. They resolved that protest would continue.

President KU Employees Welfare Association Kabir Khan said that the protest will continue, while work will also be kept suspended. He said, "We need hundred percent leave encashment; deduction will not be accepted at any cost."

To a question, he said that the KU administration had taken the decision on the pressure of Karachi University Teachers' Society (KUTS) because teachers also need 50 percent increase in their salaries.

It may be last leave encashment

It has been learnt that Karachi University is going to end the benefit of leave encashment to employees from BPS-1 to BPS-16 by next year because financial constraints do not allow KU to bear such type of expenditure. However, Karachi University is the only public university in the country that pays leave encashment to its employees. The KU administration may put the issue of elimination of leave encashment in the coming meetings of syndicate. The nation

Teacher, student die after jumping from bus
Muzaffarabad: A schoolteacher and a student lost their lives after jumping out of their faulty school bus in panic here on Wednesday, police said.

The bus with around 35 students of private Al-Noor Model School on board was descending a steep portion of road in Chehla Bandi at about 7:45am when its driver allegedly advised them to jump out as its brakes had failed, SHO Saddar Police Station Raja Yasir said.

Schoolteacher Bushra, wife of Asad Abbasi, and student Arees, 13, daughter of Mehran Shah, who were sitting on the front seat, instantly jumped out from the adjacent door on their left side. However, before they could touch the ground they were hit by the vehicle's rear portion which caused their death on the spot, he added. Ironically, the bus came to a halt hardly 10 yards ahead after hitting a mound of sand along the road, leaving another four students wounded.

The driver, identified as Zameer, fled from the scene. However, the police were hunting for him. Dawn

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