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Rawalpindi government colleges inter admissions 2012

Intermediate admissions open in colleges
Rawalpindi, Aug 03: Admissions for Intermediate Part-1 have opened in all private as well as government-run colleges after the declaration of matriculation result of Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Rawalpindi.

According to first merit list, seats have been filled while the second merit list is also being displayed but there are no more seats for common students to get admission in government-run colleges. Due to this, students are compelled to get admission in private colleges due to limited seats, high merit and political involvement.

The admission fee of private college is Rs 15,000, which is not bearable for poor students. While parents are facing difficulties owing to political involvement and they are roaming in different colleges for the sake of their children's admissions. online

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LCWU bus routes
Lahore: The transport wing of Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) has introduced two new bus routes for students in the forthcoming academic session.

In a statement, LCWU Transport Officer Shahid Hussain said the detail of new routes had been displayed on the campus, adding that if sufficient number of applications were received, these routes would be made operational with the approval of the vice chancellor. According to him, route number four consisted of Dharampura, Garishahu, UET, Shalamar Chowk, Moghulpura, Darogawala and Harbanspura whereas rout number five will cover Dharampura, Sadr Roundabout, Rangers Headquarters and Ring Road underpass.

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PU VC honours deceased journalists
Lahore: Punjab University (PU) Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran has announced Hamid Javed and Moeen Ahmed scholarships at the varsity's Institute of Communication Studies (ICS) starting from this year, honouring the services of the renowned late journalists.

According to a press release, the vice chancellor made the announcement at a condolence reference organised by Punjab University Department of Public Relations in memory of veteran journalists Hamid Javed, Moeen Ahmed and Shahid Rasheed at Executive Club.

Punjab Education Minister Mian Mujtaba Shuja ur Rehman, GCU Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Khaleeq ur Rehman, Prof Dr Shaukat Ali, Prof Dr Shafique Jullandhry, Prof Dr Mujahid Mansoori, Pervaiz Bashir, Khawar Naeem Hashmi, Prof Dr Javed Akram, Arshad Ansari, Sarmad Bashir, Amjad Warraich, Adnan Lodhi, families of the late journalists and a large number of education reporters participated in the event.

Addressing on the occasion, Vice Chancellor Dr Mujahid Kamran said he had never seen Hamid Javed in anger. He also said Moeen was also an honest journalist and he used to report university affairs in the way that could promote and strengthen healthy trends on campus.

Senior professor of journalism Prof Dr Shafique Jullandhry said it was a huge loss to journalism. He said that both the journalists faced professional pressure amicably.

Senior columnist and professor of journalism Prof Dr Mujahid Mansoori said that he was proud of that both were his students and he had deep working relations with them. He said that the social relations of Hamid were strong and he had much sources and relations in social sector. He said that the news sense of Hamid was so sharp that he used to judge any news item very quickly whether it was true or false. He said that such reporters were vanishing from the profession.

Renowned journalist Pervaiz Bashir said Hamid even used to financially help poor people to purchase medicine etc. He said that Moeen always educated people in his reporting.

Dr Javed Akram said, "We feel the absence of Hamid and Moeen as their families do." He said both the reporters used to dig out facts after investigation and always criticised the matters positively.

He said both the reporters had never misused their positions. He said both the reporters created awareness among people regarding various diseases.

Senior journalist Khawar Naeem Hashmi said, "The loss of life of Hamid Javed and Moeen Ahmed is not only for us and their families but basically it is great loss to real journalism." He said, "Both the reporters had exemplary character that must be taught in our syllabus."

Senior journalist Amjad Warraich said that he got first lesson of journalism from Hamid and used to work with Moeen at the same floor.

Later, the participants offered Fateha for Hamid Javed, Moeen Ahmed, Shahid Rashid, father of Sarmad Bashir and son of Amjad Waraich. PU Director Public Relations Isar Rana moderated the event.

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Girl student granted bail
Lahore: Additional District and Sessions Judge Mushtaq Elahi on Thursday granted bail to a female student, accused of taking answer sheet out of an examination centre.

MA student Fsahat Nisar submitted in court that she had been implicated in a forged case. She said that all the allegations leveled against her were baseless. She said that she did not take answer sheet with her. She alleged that due to negligence of the superintendent answer sheet was lost, adding that the superintendent in a bid to avoid legal action against him charged her that she took paper with her. She said that she had lost one academic year due to the superintendent.

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New syllabus
Lahore: The Board of Studies of Punjab University's Institute of Communication Studies (ICS) has approved the new syllabus for MS Communication Studies. The meeting presided over by ICS Director Dr Ahsan Akhtar Naz also approved 143 topics of the research papers and projects while Fateha was also offered for the deceased journalists including Hamid Javed, Moeen Ahmed, Bashir Ahmed Qureshi and Zia-ur-Rehman Amjad. The news

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