Pakistan's Leading Education Website & Teacher's Provider
Home | Forum | Teacher | Student | Institution | Jobs | Admission guide | Tests | Study abroad | Notices | classified | Study partner

A complete archive of Pakistan's Education news releases since 2007

Find Pak classmates
Pakistani classmatesDirectory since 1947. Find Now >>

Punjab Board of Technical Education (PBTE) results 2011

PBTE results
Lahore, Aug 05: Punjab Board of Technical Education (PBTE) on Thursday announced the results of Diploma in Commerce (DCom) and Diploma in Business Administration (DBA) Annual Examinations 2011. As many as 40,692 candidates appeared in the DCom exam and 17,216 were declared successful while overall pass percentage remained 42.31. Kiran Saeed of Khan Commercial College, Layyah, clinched the first position by securing 1,027 marks out of 1200.

Your Comments
"extend ker do gay tu app ka ALLAH bhalla keray ga ... wasiy b rozay mein kon sa perha jata hai ... jahil e hain app sub b ... logon nay eid kernay b jana hota hai .. class mein wasiy e itni kam attendence hoti hai ... kuch khoaf e khuda kro ... kabi tu bachoon k b son liaa kero ... lagta hai tum log muslman nahi ho .. sorry to say ... verna aik muslman k liya islamic education zyada important hoti hai ... aur muslim ko yeh month zyada ahtraam say guzarana cchaye ... pata ne tum log kahan say ay hoo ... humesha galiyan e suna logon say !!!"
Name: MAliha
City, Country: islamabad,pakistan

Post your comments

PU results
Lahore: Punjab University (PU) Examinations Department on Thursday announced the results of different examinations. According to details, the exams include BFA, Part-I, Annual Exam 2010, Master of English Language Teaching & Linguistics (ELTL), Self-Supporting, Semester System, Session 2007-2009 and Session 2008-2010.

Post your comments

No extension in summer vacation
Lahore: The Punjab government has decided in principle not to extend annual summer vacation this year in the wake of holy month of Ramazan and hot weather.

According to Secretary Schools, Punjab, Muhammad Aslam Kamboh, the government would not extend summer vacation this summer. If the vacations are extended, schools would be unable to complete academic year of 210 days, he said, adding that, as per education calendar every school - government or private - was bound to complete 210 days of academic year.

It is pertinent to mention that the Punjab government, through its Schools Department, had notified annual summer break from June 1 to August 14 this year. There were rumors that the government might extend summer vacation owing to ongoing holy month of Ramazan and hot weather. However, a controversy is likely to erupt as many private schools have been planning to extend the vacation on the pressing demands of parents of the students.

Post your comments

BoGs of Lower Mall school obsessed with ex-PAF officer
Lahore: A retired officer of the Pakistan Air Force, whose re-appointment as an administrator of the Government Central Model School, Lower Mall, was termed irregular in an audit report, has now been made admin officer in the same institution at a higher salary.

An Audit Inspection Report (2009-10), a copy available with The News, observed that the administrator, Sqr-Ldr (r) Sheikh Muhammad Tariq, was a retired officer of the armed forces while NOC from the GHQ was not obtained while appointing him. It also observed that his age was 53 years at the time of appointment but age relaxation before appointment by the competent authority was not obtained.

The audit further observed that the post was not created before recruitment while administrative experience of 10 years was required as per advertisement but no experience certificate was found on record.

"The job description of the administrator was not notified. Audit is of the view that the Principal is the Administrator of the institution and as such there was no need to appoint and create a post of Administrator," read the audit observation.

According to the documentary evidence available with The News, application of Sqr-Ldr (r) Sheikh Muhammad Tariq was received on June 26, 2009, while the last date as mentioned in the advertisement was June 12, 2009.

However, the former air force officer was appointed on approval of the school's Board of Governors on July 1, 2009, for a period of two years with a fixed salary of Rs 40,000 per month.

The documents also revealed that after the Board of Governors in its 24th meeting, held on June 18, 2011, the contract of Sheikh Muhammad Tariq had been extended for another two years w.e.f July 1, 2011.

His new designation is Admin Officer while now his salary is Rs 60,000 per month.

An official of Schools Education Department Punjab, seeking anonymity, said the BoGs of the Govt Central Model School was empowered to make its own decisions in the interest of the school while he also claimed it was prerogative of the BoGs to relax rules.

Schools Secretary Aslam Kamboh said the department had nothing to do with the audit of the school as it was an autonomous institute working under the BoGs. He said the department could not interfere in issues related to appointments at an autonomous institute.

When contacted, Government Central Model School's Board of Governors Chairman Justice (r) Aamer Raza said he had no knowledge of the audit report. He refused to comment further, saying it was a very old matter. The news

Post your comments

Post your Comments/ Views about the news.
*Your name
*Your Email
*City &Country(i.e. Karachi, Pakistan)
*Type your Comments here:

*Type the code shown


The Interface may edit your comments and not all comments will be published.