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University of Sargodha BA, BSc results 2011

Girls clinch top positions in annual exams
Sargodha, Aug 09: The University of Sargodha announced the result of first annual BA/BSc examination 2011. The result declaration ceremony was held on Monday where UoS Controller (Examinations) Muhammad Iqbal Qureshi announced the result. During the ceremony, Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Muhammad Ali conferred shields and merit certificates on position-holding students. He also gave away cash prize of Rs10,000, 7,000 and 5,000 to the students who grabbed first three positions in the examination respectively.

Speaking on the occasion, the VC claimed that since the inception of the varsity, it has conducted various examinations in many disciplines, both regular and composite but it always maintained the sanctity of the system by conducting the examinations in fair and free manner. He further said that gradual increase in the enrolment in different discipline and maximum appearance of the candidates in the examination reflected the high level of trust of the students in academic discipline and examination system of the UoS. In BA exam, Ms. Rubina Anwar, a private candidate from Bhera got 1st position by scoring 619 marks. She also stands overall 1st in the BA/BSc examination 2011. Amsa Rani from Govt College for Women Kot Momin Sargodha stood 2nd by scoring 612 marks whereas Mr Noorul Arifeen, a private candidate from Sargodha and Inam Ullah Shah, a private candidate from Mianwali got 3rd position by securing 608 marks.

In BSc exam, Ms Sehrish Noreen from Acme College of Excellence, Sargodha got first position with 591 marks while Ms. Aymen Qayyum from Govt College for women Chandni Chowk Sargodha grabbed 2nd position by scoring 585 marks and Ms Misbah Yasin from Al-Suffah Girls College, Sargodha got 3rd position by getting 584 marks in the BA, BSc examination 2011.

A total of 14,233 candidates appeared in the exams out of which 5356 were declared pass with the total percentage of 37.66 percent. In BA examination 12,933 candidates appeared of which 4857 passed the examination whereas 1300 candidates appeared in BSc examination and 499 candidates were declared pass. The nation

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"Asalam u alaikum sir, My name is M.shahid i live in Lalian city near chiniot now this time i am in Dubai and doing job here. I give exams of BA in 2011 from Sargodha University but i did not pass fully exams and now i dont know what was my roll number slip now i forget my application number also. My dear sir i want my result card how i can take my result card and also check on Internet i check in internet but i did not found the result plz let me know sir thanks"
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PEF plans to celebrate I-Day
Lahore: The Punjab Education Foundation (PEF) has evolved a comprehensive plan to celebrate the upcoming Pakistan Day being held on August 14 with full fervour and zeal.

The PEF partner schools will arrange special programmes in connection with Pakistan Day celebrations including holding of tableau shows, national songs, drawing and quiz competitions and declamation contests.

Meanwhile, EDO Education Pervaiz Akhtar will organise the ceremonies in connection with Pakistan Day after the summer vacation which would end on August 14. He said students of government schools would take part in the central ceremony to be organised by the Punjab government at the provincial metropolis at Hazoori Bagh. He said functions would also be organised at government schools after August 14 to mark the country's Independence Day.

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UoE budget proposals
Lahore: A meeting of the University of Education's finance and planning committee was held here on Monday which approved the university's budget proposals for the fiscal year 2011-2012.

According to a press statement, Vice Chancellor Dr Faiz-ul-Hasan presided over the meeting. Deputy Secretary Finance and Education suggested competition of the recruitments on contract basis while he also insisted on the affiliation of the institutes with the varsity.

Dr Faiz ul Hasan also announced decrease in admission fee, saying inflation had badly affected education expenses, adding that educational revolution was possible through providing better facilities of research.

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GCU wins award
Lahore: Government College University's Management Studies Department (MSD) has won the Leadership Award at the Second Asia's Best Business School Awards held under the CMO Asia and World Brand Congress to identify the Asia's best business schools.

GCU MSD foreign faculty member and noted French Economist Dr Marie-Aimée Tourres received the award at a gracious ceremony held at Suntec, Singapore. GCU MSD Director Najaf Yawar Khan said the GCU Management Studies Department was the only Pakistani institution among twelve business schools who won the Leadership Award. The two other Pakistani intuitions, Karachi University and Institute of Business Administration, were awarded with Innovation Awards at the Second Aisa's Best Business School Awards. The news

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