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FBISE HSSC Part-I exam result 2011

52.52 % candidates pass FBISE HSSC Part-I exam
Islamabad, Aug 20: Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) on Friday announced results of Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) part-I annual examination, 2011 with overall pass percentage of 52.52.

As many as 44,882 students' submitted applications for HSSC Part-I examination, while 44,278 students appeared in exams out of whom 23,254 students were declared successful and 20,999 students failed to the examination. According to FBISE, the examination were held in May 4, 2011 and concluded on June 7, 2011.

In Science group (regular) 8,177 students appeared in exam, out of which 4,486 male students and 3,691 females students took part. Out of them 3,931 students passed the examination with the passing percentage of 48.07 percent while 4,244 were declared fail.

In Humanities group (regular) 7,829 students appeared, in which 1,363 male students and 6,466 females' students took part, in which 4,084 students passed the examination with the passing percentage of 52.17 and 3,743 were declared fail.

In Pre-Medical group (regular) 8,695 students appeared, in which 2,129 male students and 6566 females took part, in which 5712 students passed the examination with the passing percentage of 65.69 and 2,976 were declared fail.

In Pre-Engineering group (regular) 12,167 students appeared, in which 9,308 male students and 2,859 females' students took part, in which 7,220 students passed the examination with the passing percentage of 59.34 and 4,938 were declared fail. In other regular groups like commerce and Med. Tech, 5061 students appeared which 1,860 students passed the examination and 3,201 students were announced fail.

Similarly 2,489 private students submitted applications for HSSC Part-1 examination, which 2,349 student was appeared in examination, out of which 447 students were declared successful with the percentage of 19.03 and 1897 students fail

According to FBISE, this year 20 unfair-means cases were reported and all the cases have been decided. A judicious procedure was adopted to decide the cases and there in every effort was made to ensure the personal hearing was allowed to all concerned. The regular failed candidates are allowed to re-appear in the same along with the paper of HSSC Part II annual examination 2012, if otherwise eligible.

The FBISE had also posted the results on its official website, ( and students could also learn about results by sending an SMS in the format of FB< space> [roll number] to unified code of 5050. Daily times

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RBISE extends SSC supple exams date
Rawalpindi: Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (RBISE) have extended Matric supplementary 2011 admission and exams date. According to the decision taken in a meeting of Punjab Boards Chairmen Committee (PBCC), Matric supplementary 2011 admission and exam dates have been extended to facilitate the students. Under the new schedule issued in this regard, the admission forms with single fee can be submitted till Sept 6 while the new supplementary exam commencement date will be Oct 8. Earlier, the date of submitting the matric supplementary forms was Aug 22 while Sept 24 was fixed for exam commencement date. Now, the students can also submit admission forms with double fee till Sept 13 while the last chance for submitting admission forms can also be availed with triple fee till Sept 20. The decision has been hailed by students and their parents as this will give ample time to them submit forms in the holy month of Ramazan. Divisional President of All Pakistan Private Schools Management Association Ibrar Ahmed Khan in a statement, has also appreciated the decision.

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HEC to hold national essay writing competition
Islamabad: Higher Education Commission (HEC) and Centre for Civic Education will arrange a 'National Essay Writing Competition' on the topic 'What does federalism mean to me?' to explore and examine the way citizens relate to federalism in Pakistan.

The regular students between the age of 18-25 of public and private universities can participate in the essay writing competition.

The competition aims to promote writing and analytical skills with futuristic approach among university students along with encouraging research, analysis and argument development on this important theme.

According to the instructions, the students can write on the topic either in English or Urdu language and the essay shall be original and unpublished and must not exceed 2,500 words, including footnotes or endnotes.

The students must ensure that all sources for research, which are used, are given proper reference.

Nothing shall be copied from books/newspapers without using references and plagiarism will be checked through software made for this purpose.

The essay must be typed using font 12 in Times Roman and saved in Word file, or typed by using the In-page.

Students must use only one side of the paper for print outs of the essay and the author's name must not be placed on the text pages.

A cover page is required; mentioning the name, mailing address, phone number, educational institution, (department and registration number) and e-mail address.

Primary consideration will be given to the essay's originality and its contribution to new knowledge, insights and creative approach.

English and Urdu essays will be judged and awarded separately. The authors of first three best essays in English and Urdu will be awarded with the cash prizes of Rs. 20,000, Rs. 15,000 and Rs.10,000 along with certificates of honour and shields.

The deadline for submission of essays is September 30 and no entries will be accepted after the deadline while only one submission per student will be accepted.

All entries will be the property of the Centre for Civic Education Pakistan which is HEC recognized research and training institution, and may be published in future with writer's names.

Essay can be submitted either through email to, or by Post to The Center for Civic Education Pakistan, G.P.O. Box 1123, Islamabad. app

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FJWU extends admission date
Rawalpindi: Admissions of Master's Regular and Self-Support Programme are open at the Fatima Jinnah Women University (FJWU). The last date for admission to Master s Programme Session 2011-13 (Fall Intake) and Bachelor s Programme Session 2011-15 has been extended to August 25, 2011. For eligibility criteria, other requirements and schedule refer to the FJWU website (

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Rootsians excel in IKMC
Rawalpindi: Roots School System has announced the result of International Kangaroo Mathematics Contest 2011, released by the Pakistan Kangaroo Commission. Roots Students have been the pioneer participants in IKMC since it was introduced in Pakistan six years ago.

Each year Rootsians clinch maximum medals and awards in all the levels i.e. Ecolier, Benjamin, cadet, junior and student. This year nearly 1,157 students from Roots School System nationwide participated in the examination. All students have scored 100 per cent pass percentage and almost bagged top 50 positions amongst 6,913 candidates in Pakistan. Roots School System clinched 3 Gold Medals, 13 Silver Medals and 70 Bronze Medals in IKMC 2011.

Gold Medals winners were: Omar Farooq student of O levels, RSS DHA-I Campus Islamabad, Khadeeja Mashood of RSS, 34 Civil Lines Branch, Rawalpindi and Raheen Sheraz of RSS, 76/3 Harley Street Branch, Rawalpindi. Student Omar Farooq was also selected from entire country to represent Pakistan in Romania.

Rootsians have also topped in their respective districts by winning silver medals i.e. Roots Lahore, Abbotabad, Muzaffarabad, Mirpur, Peshawar, Rawalpindi and Islamabad Region. Silver Medals winners were Fareha Ali and Nimra Bilal from RSS Lahore, Noor ul Hadi Ali from RSS Abbotabad, Ayesha Hameed, Noor-ul-Huda Sheikh from RSS Muzaffarabad, Hifza Ehsan, M. Sarmad Naeem Mir, Rida Fayyaz from RSS Mirpur, Hassan Ali Shah from RSS Peshawar, Fizza Jamil Rao, Najib Ishaq from RSS Rawalpindi & M. Shafin Waqar, Arooj Naveed from RSS Islamabad Region.

The contest s main purpose is to promote mathematical thinking and stimulate an interest in math by providing students with an opportunity to compare their abilities against the abilities of other students from different countries around the world. In Pakistan, the competition was first organized in 2005 by the Pakistan kangaroo Commission.

Roots School System Director Riffat Mushtaq said that Roots lays emphasis on concept based education and maths is the most pivotal subject in our curriculum. To ensure competitiveness and clarity of mathematical concepts, we encourage our students to compete in all international assessments and as a result of our efforts and vision Roots students top in the world in Maths each year in the Cambridge International & Ed-excel Examinations. These brilliant students thus earn placements in the world top ranking universities on full scholarship, she added.

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Training workshop held at SZABIST
Islamabad: In order to equip professionals, fresh graduates as well as students with skills and knowledge for establishment of their own private limited companies, a training workshop was held here on Thursday.

The workshop was jointly arranged by Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology (SZABIST) and Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP). Over 50 participants aspiring to carve a niche for themselves in different fields of their respective interests attended the workshop.

SECP s senior official Akram Qureshi taught the participants abut ways and means to attain their objectives. The participants shared their ideas on the development of marketing, telecommunication, banking, information technology and other sectors.

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KU announced BCom Part-I results
Karachi: Controller of Examinations, University of Karachi, on Friday declared the results of BCom Part-I (Regular), Annual Examinataions-2010. According to the gazette issued, at least 8,137 candidates registered and 7,483 students appeared in the exams of which only 949 candidates passed their exams. The gazette shows that the overall pass percentage was 12.68.

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Class IX General Group results
Karachi: Controller of Examinations, Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK), Rafia Mallah on Friday declared the results of Secondary School Certificate (SSC), Part-I (Class IX) General Group (Regular and Private), Annual Examinations-2011.

According to the gazette issued, 22,298 regular candidates were registered while 21,448 students appeared in the exams. Meanwhile, 5,285 private candidates registered of which 4,850 students appeared in the annual exams.

The gazette shows that 12,572 regular candidates cleared all five papers, 4,755 students passed four papers and 2,350 candidates were declared passed in three papers. Moreover, 1,033 students passed two papers whereas 514 candidates passed only one paper.

On the other hand, 2,598 private students cleared all five papers, 1,088 candidates were declared passed in four papers and 453 students passed three papers. Furthermore, 291 candidates and 258 students respectively passed two and one paper. The news

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