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BISE Lahore Matric 2011 resuts, girls positions

Girls bag top positions in matric exams
Lahore, Aug 02: The result of matriculation annual examination 2011 will be announced by all the Boards of Intermediate & Secondary Education (BISEs) of the province on Tuesday (today).

On the instructions of Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, special functions will be held at all divisional headquarters in this regard to be attended by provincial ministers, assembly members, educationists, intellectuals, journalists and people from various walks of life.

At the award ceremony of BISE Lahore, Punjab Minister for Education Mujtaba Shujaur Rehman will be the chief guest while position-holders, their parents and teachers will attend the ceremony.

Meanwhile, addressing a press conference on Monday, BISE Lahore Chairman Prof Dr Akram Kashmiri, flanked by Controller of Exam Prof Manzur-ul-Hassan Niazi, disclosed the names of position-holders of BISE Lahore's Matric 2011 exams. An overview of the results showed that girls outshined boys as overall top three positions were achieved by them. It is also noted that no government school could secure any position among the top three positions.

According to details, Larabe Farrukh (Roll No 744499) of Kips High School for Girls, Johar Town, grabbed the overall first position by securing 1,022 marks out of total 1,050 while Saman Habib (Roll No 751497) of LDA Model Girls High School, Allama Iqbal Town, got the second position by securing 1021 marks. The third position was shared by two candidates, Taimoor Jaffar Ali (Roll No 776018) of Crescent Model Higher Secondary School for Boys, Shadman, and Arfa Tahir (Roll No 744580) of Divisional Public Higher Secondary School for Girls, Model Town, who both secured 1,020 marks. The Science Group toppers (Boys) are Taimoor Jaffar Ali first, Muhammad Faizyab Ali Chaudhry (Roll No 775905) second with 1,019 marks and Muhammad Fareed Khalid (Roll No 741138) third with 1,018 marks. The toppers of Science Group (Girls) are Larabe Farrukh first, Saman Habib second and Arfa Tahir third.

The high achievers in Humanities Group (Boys) are Abdul Rehman (Roll No 101243) first with 946 marks, Usman Sadiq (Roll No 101587) second with 938 marks and Muhammad Saif (Roll No 101556) third with 931 marks.

The toppers in Humanities Group (Girls) are Bushra Shafiq (Roll No 120409) first with 980 marks and Fatima Ashraf (Roll No 132297) second with 977 marks while the third position was shared by Rabia Shehzad (Roll No 131954) and Sumaira Zia (Roll No 134170) with 975 marks each.

It is pertinent to mention here that this is for the first time that BISE authorities have shared details of position-holders before the official announcement of results.

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UET Ramazam timing
Lahore: University of Engineering and Technology (UET) and its Campuses/Constituent College will observe the following office timing during the holy month of Ramazan-ul-Mubarik. All working days (Monday to Thursday & Saturday) 08:00am to 02:00pm with prayer break 12:30pm to 01:00pm and Friday 08:00am to 12:00 Noon. The news

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GCU to adopt computerised marking system for entry tests
Lahore: Government College University (GCU), on Monday, on the directions of GCU Vice Chancellor (VC) Prof Dr Khaleequr Rahman, announced the inception of computerised marking system for entry test being conducted by different departments of the university.

The VC gave these directions while visiting the examination centre where the entry test for admission in Bachelor in Computer Science (BCS) was taking place. Rahman directed the department authorities to immediately acquire digital scanners and other required equipment to computerise the marking of entry tests.

He also guided his colleagues about the procedure and advantages of computerised evaluation system. "It is faster, objective and transparent and it reinforces the confidence of the candidates in the admission procedure," he added.

GCU Computer Sciences Department Chairperson Dr Muhammad Saleem Khan was also present on the occasion. He told the VC that as many as 1,515 candidates appeared in the BCS entry test this year.

Separately, the VC also met the candidates and discussed in detail their future prospects. He also appreciated the arrangements made by the administration to facilitate the candidates and their guardians. Meanwhile, the candidates also expressed satisfaction at the quality of arrangements. Daily times

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