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Federal Board intermediate supplementary exams result

FBISE announced HSSC-II supplementary exams result
Islamabad, Dec 13: Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) Saturday announced result of Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) Part-II supplementary examinations. The pass percentage remained 45.79.

According to FBISE statistics, 2,237 students of the total 4,885 cleared all the papers. The total ex-private candidates appeared in the supplementary examination include 3,088 boys and 1,797 girls. In Pre-Medical group, 552 candidates including 175 boys and 377 girls appeared in the supplementary exams among which 285 qualified with the pass percentage of 51.63.

In Pre-Engineering group, 1,110 students appeared among which 607 were declared pass with pass percentage of 54.68.

In Science General group, 995 candidates appeared among which 422 were declared pass with the pass percentage of 42.41. In Humanities group, 1654 candidates appeared and 618 of total candidates passed all the papers and the percentage was 37.36. In Commerce Group, 532 students appeared and 274 were declared pass with the percentage of 51.50.

In Medical Technology group, 42 candidates appeared and 31 qualified and the pass percentage remained 73.81.

The result cards of ex-private candidates are being sent on the addresses given in the admission forms of the students and the result cards of the candidates belonging to Gilgit-Baltistan are being sent to sub-office Gilgit.

The result intimation cards of overseas candidates will be sent to the heads of the institutions from where they appeared. This year, no unfair means case was reported.

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RBISE extended fee submitting date for SSC admission
Rawalpindi: Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (RBISE) has extended the last date for submission of admission fee for the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination Part 1 and 2.

Spokesman of the RBISE Arsalan Cheema told here on Saturday that this decision has been taken in order to facilitate the students. Spokesman also told that according to new schedule admission fee and form would be received till December 17 with single fee while annual examination would be commenced from March 13. The news

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Role of Pakistani Youth
Islamabad: Students at a debate contest said youth could play its role to steer the country out of testing times and crises.

The inter-university debate contest on "Pakistani youth realises its responsibilities" was organised by the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) here on Saturday.

The participants said the youngsters had not given up to threats of terrorism and faced the challenges with bravery and resolve.

They said more than half of the population was comprised of youth and by 2013 it would exceed 100 million. The youth, therefore, had greater responsibility to explore new opportunities for themselves and be prepared to assume leadership roles, they added.

Teams from the Arid Agriculture University, Rawalpindi, F.G. Postgraduate College, Islamabad, International Islamic University, Islamabad (IIUI), Karakurram International University, Gilgit, Preston University, Islamabad and Quid-i-Azam University (QAU), participated in the contest.

The students who favoured the proposition said the youth were aware of their responsibilities.

The students who opposed the resolution said had the youth been aware of its responsibilities, the country would have been in a better situation than what they were facing now.

National Database Registration Authority (Nadra) Deputy Chairman Tariq Malik said youth had potential and it needed to find the right direction and a rational approach to address the challenges.

He said it was matter of real dilemma that the majority of our youth had declared politics as a 'forbidden pursuit'.

He said no constructive change could be realised if our youth were not ready to play an active role in politics and tried to change the current state of affairs instead of cursing politics and doing nothing practical.

CCE Executive Director Zafarullah Khan said the participation epitomises the high spirit and potential of the youth.

He stressed the need for appreciating the diversity and pluralism to follow the vision of Quaid-i-Azam about Pakistan as a modern and democratic state where the rights of every citizen were protected without any discrimination of caste, creed or religion.

Sadaf Irfan Ababsi of the Preston University won the first prize while Faiza Idrees Sindhu of the QAU and Mohammad Asad Rafiq of the IIUI got second and third prizes respectively. The judges decided that the Quaid-i-Azam University's team was the best. Dawn

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Computers can cause neck pain
Islamabad: Sitting in front of computers for prolonged hours may cause or aggravate neck pain, at least in teenage school going children.

Research in the past has reported a high prevalence of headaches and neck pain among adolescents. Sitting for lengthy periods in fixed postures such as at computer terminals may result in neck pain and headaches, BBC reported.

To explore the association between computer use and headaches/neck pain among adolescent school students, researchers from Australia followed 1073 high-school students in South Africa. The researchers assessed duration of computer use and reports of headache and neck pain among the study participants who were 16 years old on average. Nearly half the students attended schools that used computers.

Of the students enrolled in schools with computers, 43 per cent used computers for nine hours or more per week. The researchers noted similar duration of use in just six per cent of the students enrolled in schools without computers.

No clear association could be found between higher computer use and headaches. By contrast, neck pain was more common among students who reported longer hours of computer use, regardless of computer availability at school.

Among the students who spent 5 or fewer hours using a computer each week, about 16 per cent reported neck pain; among students reporting 25 to 30 hours of computer use a week, nearly 48 per cent reported neck pain.

The above findings have confirmed the need to educate school students about their posture while using computers. The news

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Balochistan university protest
Quetta: A joint action committee formed by the Balochistan University's Academic Staff Association and officers and employees associations will launch a series of protests from Monday against the university administration for not providing house requisition allowance to the campus employees.

Addressing a joint press conference at the press club here on Saturday, committee's chairman Kaleemullah Barach, deputy chairman Shah Ali Bugti and secretary Ishaq Jhattak said that employees of all universities in all other provinces were getting the allowance.

They said the allowance was being availed by the staff of the university's Area Studies Centre, Centre of Excellence and the Pakistan Studies Centre in addition to employees of the Balochistan Civil Secretariat, Governor's House, Balochistan Assembly and the provincial high court.

Criticising what they termed the lukewarm attitude of the governor, who is also the university's chancellor, and the vice-chancellor, they said they had been compelled to launch the protest campaign because of the discriminatory policy of the Higher Education Commission.

Representatives of the committee said protest rallies would be held from Dec 14 to Dec 18 for the acceptance of their demand. Dawn

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