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Rawalpindi board class 9 result 2011

Rawalpindi SSC Part-I result announced
Rawalpindi, Aug 23: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Rawalpindi on Monday announced the result of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Part-1 (9th class) Annual Examination 2011 while out of total 123,584 candidates appeared, 23,824 remained successful. According to the result statistics, total candidates enrolled for the exam were 124,327.The candidates can check the result online at

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Recruitment of 2,300 teachers approved
Rawalpindi: The Punjab government has given approval for filling 2,300 out of 3,500 vacant posts of teachers in government schools of the Rawalpindi district.

The Directorate of Education has started recruiting teachers on vacant posts in all higher, secondary, middle and primary schools. The directorate is receiving hundreds of applications daily from across the province.

Sources said that dozens of candidates backed by parliamentarians are trying to approach the executive of the Directorate of Education, Rawalpindi. The government is inducting 2,400 new teachers, however, there would still be shortage of more than 1,000 teachers, sources added.

EDO (Education) Rawalpindi Qazi Zahoor, when contacted confirmed that 2,400 vacant posts would be filled. The recruitment process would be completed in one month. The remaining shortage of 1,000 teachers would also be filled in the shortest possible time, the EDO remarked. It has been a longstanding issue which is being resolved in the best interest of students getting education in government schools.

Out of the total 2,400 recruitments, 1,250 male teachers and 1,050 female would be recruited. According to him, the recruitment would be made on merit.

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HEC, British Council ink letter of intent
Islamabad: The Higher Education Commission (HEC) and the British Council signed a letter of intent on Monday to collaborate and cooperate for the promotion of International Higher Education Knowledge Exchange.

International Knowledge Exchange initiatives at Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) have proved that knowledge exchange work has direct impact on social and economic development of any country. Therefore many universities in the UK and Pakistan are now engaged in knowledge exchange collaborations.

The project will cover four areas of work. The first one is knowledge exchange (KE) national strategy development support, which aims to support HEC to develop a national strategy and five-year strategic plan on higher education sector KE programme.

DISKE (Developing institutional Strategy for knowledge Exchange) grants will embed the concept of KE at the institutional level. The HEC and the BC will work with leaders (including vice chancellors, deans, registrars and heads of department) in Pakistan s HEIs to develop KE strategies in collaboration with their UK partner institutions and implement the strategy in their respective institutions. Then there is development of a training programme for the staff of newly established Office of Research Innovation and Commercialization (ORIC) at universities in partnership with a UK institution. A network of those UK and Pakistani partner institutions will be created, which specialize in a specific academic/industry sector. This network of universities will showcase successful collaboration on knowledge exchange between universities and the business or social sector.

Dr Sohail Naqvi, Executive Director, HEC and Mr. David Martin, Country Director, British Council Pakistan signed the agreement. Dr Javaid R. Laghari, Chairperson HEC was also present on the occasion.

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AWKU announces BA/BSc results
Mardan: The Abdul Wali Khan University (AWKU) Mardan Monday announced results of BA and BSc annual examination 2011. A total of 18,997 candidates appeared in the examination in which 7,038 were declared successful with percentage of 37%.

According to the press release issued by Controller of Examination, Sara Khatoon, of Government Postgraduate Girls College Mardan stood first in the Science Group by getting 474 marks.

Asadullah of Government Degree College Khairabad and Nida Nasir of Fazaia College Risalpur shared second position securing 473 marks. Shah Qasim Jan of Government Postgraduate College Swabi stood third position in Science Group by securing 471 marks. In the Arts Group, Ayesha Ijaz of Government Postgraduate Girls College Mardan stood first. Huma Liaqat, from Government Degree College Kernal Sher Killay stood second. The third position in Arts Group was grabbed by Muniba Ikram, Zakir Ullah and Ibad-ur-Rahman. The news

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Teachers want study centres under UoP control
Peshawar: The Peshawar University Teachers Association (Puta) has demanded of the federal government to fully implement the 18th Amendment and bring all the research centres on the premises of the University of Peshawar under UoP supervision.

Speaking at a press conference at Peshawar Press Club on Monday, the director of Shaikh Zaid Islamic Centre, Dr Fakhr-ul-Islam, flanked by other teachers, said that under the 18th Amendment the federal government had decided to give all the research centres under the university supervision but the provincial government was trying to bring then under its control.

Dr Islam made it clear that the merger of these centres would not result in any loss because all these centres generated their own funds.

He said that under the 18th Amendment, several ministries including the ministry of education were devolved to the provinces and the federal government had issued a notification stating that these centres be merged with the University of Peshawar.

However, he said, now the provincial government wanted to take over these centres, which, he added, would be counter productive and also affect the future of PhD scholars.

Dr Islam further said that all the employees working in these centres had decided not to work under the provincial government. But if, he added, the government pressurised them, they would be left with no other option but to launch a protest campaign.

The senior faculty members warned that if these centres were handed over to the provincial government, there would be a massive increase in the fees and getting higher education would become a dream for commoners.

They also demanded of the federal government to intervene into the matter and take a decision in the best interest of the study centres. Dawn

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Karachi private schools to remain closed
Karachi: The Private Schools Association announced on Monday that the private schools would remain closed in the city on Tuesday (today).

However, Sindh Education Minister Pir Mazhar-ul-Haq said that all government schools and colleges would remain open.

The University of Karachi also said that all papers scheduled for Tuesday had been postponed and the new dates for the papers would be announced later. The news

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SSC suppl exam forms
Karachi: The registration/permission forms for Class IX, X and combined supplementary examination-2011 (both private and regular candidates) can be submitted up to Sept 10 without a late fee, according to an announcement made by the Board of Secondary Education Karachi on Monday.

BSEK secretary Hoor Mazhar said that the last date with a late fee was Sept 30.

The forms could be obtained from the designated banks' counters at the board office, she added. app

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