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Punjab University BA, BSc results 2012

BA/BSc result on 11th
Lahore, Aug 04: Punjab University (PU) will announce the result of BA/BSc Annual Examination 2012 on August 11.

As many as 143,750 candidates had appeared in the exam. The varsity has started advance booking for the result gazettes and 100 copies would be sold on 'first come first served' basis for Rs 3,500 each copy. A prize distribution ceremony will also be held in the honor of the position-holders at the New Campus on August 11.

Meanwhile, the PU Examinations Department has declared the result of the Doctor of Pharmacy, First Professional, 2nd Annual Examination 2011, held in April-May 2012.

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PBTE results
Lahore: Punjab Board of Technical Education (PBTE) has announced the results of Diploma in Commerce (DCom), Diploma in Business Administration (DBA) and Diploma in Hotel Operation 1st Annual Examination 2012.

In DCom (Accounts Group) the first position was clinched by Munaza Javed, second by Muhammad Waseem and third position by Shaheen Zara. In DCom (Banking) the first position was bagged by Suriya Yaseen, second by Asifa Sattar and third by Nasir Abbas. In DCom (Sectoral Practice Group) the first position was clinched by Muhammad Azhar Saeed, second by Arslan Tariq and third by Muhammad Abdullah Khan.

In DBA the first position was bagged by Maria Khalid, second by Nargis Bano while third position by Irfan Farooq.

Huzaifa Attique clinched first position in Diploma in Hotel Operation while second and third positions were grabbed by Muhammad Awais Raja and Salman Mahmood, respectively. The result has also been uploaded on the board's website

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AIOU to announce results by mid-August
Islamabad: Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) will announce results of FA, BA and all post-graduate programmes by the mid of this month. The final results of Matric, ATTC, PTC, CT, B.Ed and Ph.D Chemistry for the Semester Autumn, 2011 have already been declared and placed it on AIOU's website.

Vice-Chancellor AIOU, Professor Dr Nazir Ahmed Sangi while talking with a group of students said the entire process of announcing the result on the scheduled dates has been expedited to facilitate students to continue their study without any delay.

He said AIOU's retention rate for the continuation of the future study is highest as compared to other universities through maintaining quality of educational programme. Efforts are underway to ensure access of quality education across the country, he added.

Admissions for the Semester Autumn, 2012 from Matric to M.A/M.Sc level programmes in different disciplines are already in progress. The news

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Typo mistake works for HEC employees
Islamabad: A typo in the notification of Prime Minister Secretariat has turned out to be a blessing for the 200 officers of Higher Education Commission (HEC).

The notification, meant for Heavy Electrical Complex (HEC), Hattar, where 200 employees are also waiting for the regularisation of their services, was erroneously delivered to Higher Education Commission.

The HEC after receiving the notification constituted a committee for the regularisation of contract employees. Their regularisation will affect the seniority of over 600 regular employees.

On the other hand, the employees of Heavy Electrical Complex, left high and dry, contacted PM secretariat for the correction of the mistake.

According to sources, on May 1, 2012, former prime minister Yousuf Raza Gilani had to address workers convention at Convention Centre, Islamabad. Workers of Heavy Electrical Complex, Hattar, reached there and started protest for the regularisation forcing the PM to announce that all the workers of Heavy Electrical Complex (HEC) will be regularized.

President labour union Heavy Electrical Complex, Tahir Amin said same abbreviation of both the organisations could be blamed for all this mess. HEC stands for Heavy Electrical Complex and also for Higher Education Commission.

"We have contacted the Prime Minister Secretariat and also had a meeting with Ch. Manzoor, President, People's Labour Bureau and Member of Cabinet Sub-Committee on Regularisation who has assured them that he will talk to the relevant department and the issue will be resolved but so far we have been waiting for the regularisation," he said.

According to documents available with Dawn, after receiving the directive from PM Secretariat, Higher Education Commission constituted a committee for the regularisation of contract employees.

According to notification issued on July 27, Prof Dr Sohail H Naqvi is the chairman of the committee and there are three members i.e. Dr Nasser Ali Khan, Ghulam Mujtaba Kayani and Awais Ahmed.

An officer of the Higher Education Commission (HEC) requesting on condition of anonymity said that meeting of the committee was held on Wednesday in which it was discussed that how contract employees could be regularized and how funds would be arranged for them.

"There are around 200 contract employees in Higher Education Commission who have been hired through PSDP-funded projects and they usually look after scholarship programmes. On the other hand, PM directive clearly mentions that it was for the regularisation of workers.

All class IV workers have already been regularised in Higher Education Commission so the notification does not make any sense," he said.

"Dr Sohail Naqvi who has been appointed as Chairman of the committee, himself has been working on contract basis and his contract will be expired on September 14, 2012," he said.

According to sources, in Higher Education Commission, most of the officers have been working on contract basis, and the notification has given them hope that management would regularise them.

Executive Director and Chairman of Regularization Committee, Dr Sohail Naqvi said that Higher Education Commission had received the notification and now it was the responsibility of the management to constitute a committee and start
regularisation process.

"We cannot stop committee's proceedings on demand of employees or any other department. We have received directive from PM Secretariat and only PM Secretariat can instruct us to stop the proceedings through another directive," he said.

"There is around 200 staff, who has been working on contract basis and according to the policy of government they should be regularised," he said.

The HEC chairman Javied Lagari said that he did not know that the directive was sent by mistake. HEC has to implement PM directive, he add.

Deputy Secretary Prime Minister Secretariat, Qamar Mustafa Shah said that he had already informed by the employees about the typo so he would look into the file that where that mistake was initiated.

"The PS to PM had marked the minutes and then it was sent to us from different departments. So it will take some days to fix the responsibility and then a corrigendum will be issued," he said. Dawn

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Dr Javaid Leghari assumes charge of Comstech head
Islamabad: Chairman Higher Education Commission, Dr. Javaid R. Laghari, Friday assumed the additional charge of Coordinator General and Chief Executive Comstech Islamabad. The appointment has been made with reference to notification No. 1(3)/2003-Comstech, dated August 01, 2012 of Ministry of Science and Technology. The news

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New VC at AJK varsity
Muzaffarabad: AJK President Sardar Mohammad Yaqoob Khan on Friday appointed Professor Syed Dilnawaz Ahmed Gardezi as the new vice-chancellor of the University of Azad Jammu and Kashmir.

He has replaced Prof Dr Habibur Rehman who had been given a second extension in February this year "till further orders".

He had been serving as dean Faculty of Agriculture Rawalakot campus since 2010.

Prof Gardezi gave his joining report to the president's office on Friday and will attend his office here on Monday. Dawn

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Aspiring students get scholarships
Islamabad: Eight young and aspiring students from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Sri Lanka and Pakistan were awarded scholarship grants to pursue MA, MPhil and PhD degrees in social sciences.

Sustainable Development Policy Institute and International Development Research Centre Canada have awarded the fellowships after the screening committee headed by Dr Rana Iqrar Ahmad finalised the list. The scholarships were related to the governance, security and justice in various universities across South Asia. The fellowships to produce highly skilled professionals, policy-makers, scholars and researchers in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

The committee selected three fellows from India while one fellow was selected from Afghanistan, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Pakistan each. The second round of fellowships would be awarded in December this year.

Speaking at the awarding ceremony, Dr Abid Qaiyum Suleri, Executive Director, SDPI, said that there is dearth of quality research in social sciences in South Asia and SDPI is glad to host an initiative to promote research on under-researched social issues, particularly the non-traditional security issues in South Asia. The fellowship programme he said, multifaceted broader objectives such as the promotion of intra-region peace and harmony and these scholars would serve as ambassadors of peace in their respected countries.

Dr Navsharan Singh, senior programme specialist, IDRC Canada, said that we are excited and hopeful of building a robust programme of supporting young graduate scholars over the next four years.

Dr Vaqar Ahmed from SDPI said that the selected students' would be provided short-term intensive training courses in research design, academic writing, field research, dissemination through advocacy and outreach. They will also be provided with opportunity to share their research findings during a multidisciplinary discourse, he added. The news

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