Hazara University BA, BSc results 2012
Girls outshine boys in HU BA, BSc results
Mansehra, Aug 17: Girls clinched the top 20 positions in the Bachelor of Arts (BA) and
Bachelor of Science (BSc) examinations conducted by the Hazara
According to the results announced by
Controller of Examinations Prof Zauq Akhtar, 27,574 male and female
students had appeared in the examinations early this year in which
15,177 were declared successful.
He said that overall 55
percent students passed the examination.Maryam Malik of Government
Girls' Degree College No 1, Abbottabad, got first position by obtaining
484 marks in BSc examinations. She was followed by Tehmina Shaukat of
Government Girls' Degree College, Havelian. She secured 470 marks.
Bibi of Government Girls' College Mandian in Abbottabad and Saba Hafiz
of Government Girls' Degree College, Haripur, shared third positions and
got 463 marks each.In the Arts Group, the controller said, Neelam
Shahzadi of Government Girls' Degree College No 1 Mansehra clinched top
position with 410 marks. She was followed by Naila Shoaib of Girls
Degree College Abbottabad with 406 marks.
Faiza Sultan of
Government Girls Degree College, KTS Haripur and Alia Noreen of
Government Girls Degree College, Mansehra, got third positions by
securing 405 marks.Prof Akhtar added that the detailed marks
certificates (DMCs) of regular students have been dispatched to the
respective colleges while the private candidates would be issued the
DMCs from the separate counters established for the purpose.
"hi frend agar kesi ko pata hy k ba bse ka result kab hy in the year of 2012 to plz mujy bataye my mob."
Name: zeeshan Qamar
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AWKUM declares BCom results
Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan (AWKUM) declared the results of the
Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) annual examinations 2012 with a pass
percentage of 44. A notification said that some 1,453 candidates
appeared in the examination and 639 were declared successful. Waqas, son
of Dost Mohammad, Roll No 2,468 of the Government Commerce College
Nowshera, secured 1,036 marks and stood first. Rashid Minhas, son of
Maskeen, Roll No 2,561 of Government College of Management and Sciences
Bamkhel Swabi, got 1,035 marks and bagged second position while Sanjay,
son of Shabas Chand, Roll No2,192 of Government College of Management
and Science Mardan obtained 1,031 marks and clinched third position. The news
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HEC rolling in money
Islamabad: Ministry of Finance on Thursday released
Rs4 billion to Higher Education Commission (HEC) due to which recurring
budget amount for the first quarter has been completed.
According to sources, Ministry of Finance had to pay Rs12 billion
(Rs6 billion recurring and Rs 6 billion for development) to HEC in first
quarter which will expire on September 30.
It is worth mentioning that Ministry of Finance had released Rs2 billion of recurring budget, however Rs4 billion was pending.
On Thursday the remaining Rs4 billion which was due in recurring budget of HEC for the first quarter has been completed.
A faculty member of a university requesting not to be identified said: "Now HEC got the recurring budget so scholarships of the students should be paid without any delay."
"HEC was blaming Ministry of Finance for delay in payment but now
Commission should assure that the ongoing education of the students
would not suffer because recurring amount is for the scholarships and
salaries," he said.
Media coordinator of HEC, Murtaza Noor confirmed that all recurring budget for the first quarter has been received.
However, he said that development budget is yet to be paid. Dawn
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