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Rawalpindi matric examinations fee, forms

Rawalpindi SSC Part I, II examinations fee, forms
Rawalpindi, Dec 1: Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (RBISE) will hold the annual Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination from March 13 next year.

The private candidates can deposit their single fee by December 12, 2009 while regular candidates can deposit their single fee by January 9, 2010.

The RBISE secretary, Prof Humayun Iqbal, said that both private and regular candidates could send their Part-I (Class IX) and Part-II (Class X) admission forms by January 23 by paying double fee, while the last date for both regular and private candidates with triple fee was Feb 13.

Those appearing for the first time need to deposit Rs 400 as registration fee, Prof Iqbal further said.

He said in consideration of the disturbance of peace in the country, all candidates were required to mail their admission forms at least three days before the last date and each envelope should have only one form. The admission forms would not be accepted in person in any case, he added.

Meanwhile, all eight educational boards of the Punjab have barred the private students from appearing in science subjects and the administrations of all private educational institutions have been informed in this regard. Daily times

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FG Commerce College upgraded to masters level
Islamabad: The Federal Government College of Commerce for Boys has been upgraded to postgraduate level, says a press release.According to a notification, the academic institution in Sector H-8/4 has been upgraded to the level of postgraduate college and renamed as Federal Government Postgraduate College of Commerce, Islamabad, from the current academic session.

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Schools reopening after eid
Peshawar: The public sector educational institutions are reopening today (Tuesday) after four-day Eid holidays amid fears among the parents, most of whom are reluctant to send their children to schools, as the private sector, autonomous and semi-autonomous institutions would remain closed till tomorrow.

There were reports before Eidul Azha that the government was planning to announce a maximum of two-day leave, including Sunday, to save the time of students, as their studies have already been affected because of the frequent closures of educational institutions in the face of the poor law and order situation and security threats to schools.

Friday's explosion near a school on Charsadda Road injuring three policemen, including a station house officer, forced the authorities to extend the Eid holidays. It also added to the fears among parents, who were already concerned about the security of their children in the wake of the recent terrorist attacks, in which educational institutions have been a potential target. Perhaps because of the security threat, the private schools would remain closed for another day - today (Tuesday). Attendance at government-run schools is expected to remain thin.

There is a general perception among people that when there is a pause in terror attacks, it means something more fierce is looming. This perception has added to the worries of the parents, as no terrorism incident was reported during Eid.

The bomb explosion near a school at Rasheedabad on Charsadda Road a day before the Eid added to the worries of the parents, although the blast did not cause human loss. In such a situation, people in the provincial metropolis and the parents of schoolchildren are concerned about security situation.

Owing to the security threats, the educational institutions also remained closed for more than three weeks in the province since October 15 till the first week of November. The government called for special security measures at the educational intuitions after they were reopened.

Measures were taken at the public sector schools to avert any eventuality, while the private schools were asked to enhance their security. According to District Coordination Officer Sahibzada Anees, the schools have been asked to hire more security guards, ensure checking of students, teachers and other visitors through metal detectors. They were also asked to install close-circuit cameras at the main entrance and walls of the institutions. These government instructions also prompted some private schools to increase their fees in the name of security charges. The news

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Students celebrated Eid with soldiers
Islamabad: School students celebrated Eid-ul-Azha with soldiers of Pakistan Army in Northern Waziristan giving them gifts.School students reached Razmak to deliver their Eid wishes to the jawans of Pakistan army participating in Operation Rah-e-Nijat.

On this occasion students gave gifts and flowers to the jawans.The object of the visit was to encourage the morale of the soldiers fighting on fronts. Students also visited the Makeen area of Northern Waziristan.Soldiers also delivered their Eid wishes to the nation and their families. APP

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