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RBISE SSC examination admission forms

SSC supple exams
Rawalpindi, Aug 13: The students intending to take part in the supplementary examination of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination Part-II can now deposit their admission forms with Online Centres already established at tehsil level across the division, Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (RBISE) Chairman Chaudhry Abdul Hafeez said on Thursday.

He said RBISE had got prepared a software from a private firm and now online admission had been started for the supplementary examination of SSC-II scheduled to be held in September this year.

The board has started service for online submission of admission forms, sending roll number slips for the supplementary examination of SSC examination part-II. The Punjab Chief Minister has ordered the heads of all eight educational boards to computerise all the processes from admission forms submission to answer sheet checking.

According to pilot project a total of three schools situated at tehsil level have been given the status of online centre. Now student can download admission forms from there and after submitting preliminary information, a student should affix his picture and after attesting it from the authorised officer he should deposit his admission forms with the same centre.

The centre concerned would submit the form to RBISE after scanning it. The chairman said the RBISE was ready to give the status of a centre to any government school having the facilities of computer, printer and scanner. app

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HEC develops teachers training curriculum
Islamabad: The Higher Education Commission (HEC), after three years' of consultative process involving three dozen top educationists of the country, has finally developed special curriculum for teachers' training.

According to a press statement, the HEC has for the first time come up with a curriculum for associate degree (intermediate + 2 year associate degree) in education.

The associate degree will replace the existing Primary Teaching Certificate (PTC) and Certificate in Teaching (CT).

It said the curriculum has been developed in response to the National Education Policy 2009, which states that by 2018 all teachers will require a bachelor's degree. The committee has also revised curriculum for BEd (Hons) for elementary and secondary education. This BEd (Hons) degree corresponds to international standards in teacher education.

On the basis of BEd (Hons) and ADE draft curriculum developed by National Curriculum Revision Committee of the HEC, Pre-Service Teacher Education Programme organised workshops for developing detailed course outlines, time allocated for each topic, instructional strategies for different topics, assessment methods for associate degree programme to be launched in government colleges of education affiliated with 15 universities in first phase.

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Oxford leadership prize
Islamabad: Higher Education Commission (HEC) scholar Yasser Bhatti has won the Oxford leadership prize 2010 for his entry entitled "Trends from emerging markets: rethinking globalisation, innovation and diversity for future leaders."

Bhatti has been pursuing his MPhil degree leading to PhD in research at Green Templeton College. Daily times

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