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FBISE announces result of HSSC- II supple exams
Islamabad, Dec 14: The Federal Board of Intermediate and
Secondary Education (FBISE) on Saturday announced results of Higher
Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) supplementary examinations 2010,
with 38.14 per cent students declared successful.
Out of 6,269 students appearing in the examinations, 2,391 passed it in the second attempt.
In humanities group, 2,279 candidates – 989 boys and 1,290 girls –
appeared in the examination. Only 280 boys and 370 girls were declared
In pre-medical group, out of 554 candidates – 193 males and 361
females – 85 boys and 194 girls got through. In pre-engineering group,
564 boys and 97 girls passed the examination out of 1003 male and 167
female candidates. In general science group, out of 1,350 candidates,
328 boys and 144 girls passed the exams.
In the commerce group, 273 boys and 28 girls were declared successful
out of 870 candidates. In medical technology group, only 46 candidates,
including two females, appeared in the examination. At least 27 boys
and one girl were declared successful.
Held in October this year, the HSSC supplementary examination witnessed seven cases of using unfair means.
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Admissions in medical colleges on reserved seats challenged
Rawalpindi: A female student from Dera Ghazi Khan and daughter of a federal government
employee has moved the Lahore High Court (LHC) challenging the
admissions in medical colleges on the reserved seats saying the process
was concluded before the intermediate results were announced.
"There are seats reserved in the medical colleges of Punjab for the
children of federal government employees but this year the process for
granting admissions on these seats was completed in August whereas the
results for pre-medical were announced by the Punjab examination boards
in September," Muntaha Ayesha, the petitioner, stated before the
Rawalpindi bench of the LHC.
Justice Ijaz Ahmed of the LHC on Monday issued notices to vice
chancellor of University of Health Sciences (UHS) also chairman board
for admissions in medical institutions in Punjab and sought his written
comments by December 22.
The petitioner through her lawyer Mian Abdul Rauf cited the federal
secretary health ministry, director general, health services, deputy
director, medical education and research, VC UHS and secretary Pakistan
Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) as respondents.
Ayesha, daughter of an employee of ministry of defence, in her
petition said the federal government had reserved 67 seats for the
daughters of employees of public servants in Fatima Jinnah Medical
College, Lahore. When she applied for admission on reserved seats she
was informed by the ministry of health that the process of selecting
candidates had been finalized.
The petitioner, who obtained 964 marks out of 1100, said the ministry
had invited applications for the seats on August 5 and fixed August 20
as last date for submission of relevant documents whereas the
pre-medical results in Punjab were announced on September 4.
"The board for MBBS admissions in the government medical colleges in
Punjab issued final list of the candidates on November 30 but the list
does not mention the nominees from the federal government," the
Separately Ayesha has also submitted that she had also not been
considered for the seats reserved for the six under-developed districts
of D G Khan, Muzaffargarh, Rajanpur, Lodarah, Bhakkar and Lyyah.
The petitioner has prayed to the court to nullify the list of the
candidates for the reserved seats and ask the authorities concerned to
consider her for the reserved seats. Dawn
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Book launching ceremony at IIUI
Islamabad: International Islamic University, Islamabad (IIUI) on Wednesday
organised a book launching ceremony of renowned Malaysian scholar Dr
Chanda Muzaffar, 'Muslims today: Changes within, challenges without'.
IIUI Rector Prof Fateh Muhammad Malik presided over the ceremony. IIUI
President Dr Anwar Hussain Siddiqui and Iqbal International Institute
Executive Director Dr Mumtaz Ahmed were also present on the occasion.
Some diplomats including Iranian ambassador Mashaallah Shakri and IIUI
faculty members, administrative officers, staff and a large number of
students attended the ceremony. Dr. Chandra also delivered a public
lecture on this occasion.
Dr Chandra said that the youth of
Muslim Ummah needed to do more work significantly to create their impact
on other segments of the society. He said that youth are the backbone
of Muslim society and the western world has imposed hegemony to create
unrest in the Muslim world for which their controlled economy is
He added that it would be appropriate that the
relevance of the Quranic message of 'Tauhid' may be revived. As a
unifying worldview, Tauhid contains at least five important beliefs
including common spiritual origin, mission and destiny of the whole of
humanity, organic unity of existence of the immanent and the
transcendent, of life and death, of this world and the hereafter, of man
and nature, of individual and community.
Militancy in the Muslim
world is due to injustices. Militancy in Iraq and Afghanistan has
forced US forces to decide for withdrawal. According to the US forces
the militants are visionless, said Dr Chandra.
He also spoke on
US hegemonic attitude and predicted that it will no longer live on this
earth. He quoted various examples from the history when super powers of
old times vanished and were sent to the dust bin of history. Like wise
in Chandra Muzaffar's view US has to face similar fate very soon.
Chandra Muzaffar added that China is getting more and more power to
play a leading role in the world. He also appreciated Iranian
determination in this regard. He hoped that Pakistani youth shall
continue their march on same pattern.
Prof Fateh Muhammad Malik
in his presidential address said that Dr Chandra in his book has very
simply described about the principle of 'Touheed'. He further said that
'Touheed' is only pillar of Islam and Muslims of the world need to unite
them according to this universal principle given by Islam.
said especially at this time of challenge, uncertainty and conspiracies,
the Muslims are in dire need of adopting these thinking of Dr Chandra
Muzaffar. Dr Anwar Hussain Siddiqui in his introductory remarks said
that the Int'l Islamic University always welcomes to hold such kind of
activities for spreading knowledge and awareness about true face of
Islam in the society. He said that after study of Dr Chandra's book, it
is revealed that Muslims can use their youth as messengers of peace and
harmony not only in their societies but all over the world as well. Daily times
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Students find registering online burdensome
Rawalpindi: Glitches in the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education's (BISE) mandatory
online registration are leaving private schools and students frustrated
as they fear they would miss next year's examinations.
This year the BISE has made online registration of candidates for
appearing in examinations mandatory, saying the postal application forms
would not be accepted. In a statement, the board said those not
registering online would not be issued roll number slips to sit in next
Last week the Association of Private Schools in Rawalpindi division
protested outside the BISE office, asking it to retain the option of
registration by postal service and implement the online system
"It has been difficult for private institutes and private candidates
from remote areas to access internet and get themselves registered
online for next year's higher and secondary examinations," Abrar Ahmed
Khan, president of the association, told .
He said the new system was too slow to download application and registration forms.
Apart from slow speed, the candidates of remote areas have to come to
city areas for registration, added Malik Iftikhar Ahmed, who had come
Official sources said the system had not been started by the nine
examination boards in the province, adding that the Punjab government
launched it and directed them to register students online.
The online registration is facing many other problems. Disabled
candidates are exempted from registration fee, but it is being collected
online, sources said. Similarly fee for children of BISE employees was
also being collected online, though rules had been relaxed for them.
The students who are twins face strange predicament " the online
registration system fails to accept the same date of birth and parentage
the second time. Students from other examination boards cannot be
Similarly the Rawalpindi board has asked students of Murree, on
winter holidays in December and January, to get themselves registered
otherwise their roll number slips will not be issued. Students living
abroad and children of Afghan refugees also could not be registered as
their identity cards carried different digits than normal cards.
Sources said over three million students would be registered online
but the system was being run on only one or two servers in the office of
Lahore examination board. Additionally there is no universal helpline
for troubleshooting to address complaints.
Mohammad Sarfaraz Ahmed, BISE's data processing officer assigned to
address complaints about online registration, said the board was trying
to add more servers to increase speed for online registration. "To
facilitate students and administration of schools we have sent field
officers to each of 21 tehsils of Rawalpindi division. These expert
officers not only guide school managements on how to get registered
online but also address problems students face in far off areas." Dawn
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QAU to set up Dr Inayatullah Chair
Islamabad: Quaid-e-Azam University (QAU) will
set up a chair for Dr Inayatullah, the founder chairman of
International Relations (IR) Department, at the QAU School of IR and
National Politics, said QAU Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Muhammad Masoom
Yasinzai on Wednesday.
He was addressing a reference in memory of
the Late Dr Inayatullah, eminent social scientist. Council of Social
Sciences Pakistan in collaboration with Higher Education Commission,
Quaid-i-Azam University Alumni Association, Human Rights Commission of
Pakistan, Centre for Civic Education Pakistan and other organizations
organised the reference at School of IR and National Politics.
said it would be second chair in the school, as earlier QAU set up
Benazir Bhutto Chair. The VC highlighted Dr Inayatullah contribution to
promote social sciences and upholding human rights in Pakistan.
and intellectuals in their brief speeches came out with their personal
experiences with Dr Inayatullah and narrated episodes of national
importance. They called for promoting social sciences especially
research in this area to meet national needs and evolving a tolerant
society in the country. They vowed to keep the late Professor s' legacy
alive. Daily times
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Conference at IIU
Islamabad: Faculty of Management Sciences (FMS), International Islamic University (IIU)
will hold 3rd International Applied Business Research conference here on
December 13 and 14. Experts in the field will share their views during
various sessions of the conference on topics like transforming
traditional industrial cluster into innovative cluster, HEC scheme for
faculty development through overseas and indigenous scholarships, Policy
and Implementation, Psychological effects of economic recession, Self
efficacy of female teachers, Inflation and Inflation uncertainty
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Islamabad: Alina Fatima, a student of Mohammad Ali Jinnah University, has been
awarded a gold medal in Masters of Business Administration (MBA), says a
press release. She scored the highest CGPA of 3.93 among all the
students throughout her MBA programme. Her specialisation subject was
marketing. Along with her educational excellence, she was awarded with
the medal due to her active participation in the extra-curricular
activities of the university with great articulation, confidence and
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Islamabad: Kiran John Sardar, got first position in First Professional (BDS)
Annual Examination, 2010 among ten medical colleges of the University of
Health Sciences Lahore, says a press release issued here Thursday. She
is a student of Margalla Institute Health Sciences, Rawalpindi. She
also got distinction in Anatomy, Biochemistry and Oral Biology Tooth
Morphology. The news
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Nust moot on innovation held
Islamabad: International Conference on "Innovation and Entrepreneurship - "Route to Economic
Development" was hosted by the Centre of Innovation and Entrepreneurship
at the National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST),
The conference was well attended and broadcast live to
all public and private sector universities of Pakistan. The chief guest
was Professor Emeritus NUST. Engr. Dr. M. Akram Sheikh; former deputy
chairman Planning Commission as well as former chairman Pakistan
Engineering Council and Dr. Sohail Naqvi Executive Director HEC, vice
chancellors of national universities, senior management from CSF,
COMSATS Institute of IT, members of the corporate sector along with
senior representatives of relevant ministries of industries, science
& technology and education attended the conference. William
Baldridge, Director Economic Growth USAID also attended the ceremony.
objective of the conference was to raise awareness among researchers,
both faculty as well as students, about the significance of innovation
and entrepreneurship towards economic development, through an active
engagement of key stakeholders and decision makers from the government,
various universities, as well as entrepreneurs. Dawn
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Govt Nusrat Girls elementary schoo
Rawalpindi: Around 830 girl students enrolled in Government Nusrat Girls Elementary
School, New Shakrial, Rawalpindi, are studying under the open sky in
severe cold weather.
A primary and an elementary school were
merged and housed in a four-room dilapidated building. For the last many
years neither there is drinking water nor the facility of toilets in
the school. There are a total of 380 girl students in primary section,
while 450 students in elementary section, and both the sections were
allocated two rooms each.
Around 200 students of primary and
elementary sections from class 1 to 8 enjoy rooms while others are
studying under the open sky. Nursery class remains under the open sky in
extreme weather. The condition of available four rooms is also not good
because all windows are broken.
Government Nusrat Girl
Elementary School's Deputy Headmistress Riffat Shaheen said that they have only two rooms for middle school in which hardly 100
students can be accommodated. The other students remain under the open
sky to bear severe cold. "We have covered a portion of school with
'tarpaal' to avoid cold weather but it could not protect children from
severe cold," she said.
She said that there is no drinking water
facility for students. "We take classes turn-by-turn in the classrooms
because of severe cold, she said.
Primary school teachers Zamira
Khatoon and Nabila Kausar said that they are facing difficulties because
elementary school was shifted here in September 2000. How it could be
possible to adjust 830 students in a school having capacity of 380
students, they said.
Majority of students complain of severe cold
weather when studying under the open sky. Parents strongly react
against the bad situation, they said.
District Education Officer (DEO) Primary & Elementary Naseem Akhtar,
she admitted the facts about Government Nusrat Girl Elementary School.
She said that majority of buildings are in dilapidated condition. "We
are merging dilapidated building schools with better condition school
buildings, she said. I have already conveyed the whole situation about
schools to the higher authorities, who have assured to take positive
steps," she said.
Parents complained that
their children are suffering from flu and fever due to severe cold. They
said that how the children could sit on earth for five hours under the
open sky in cold weather. At least authorities should arrange basic
facilities including rooms, toilets and drinking water for students in
the school, they demanded. The news
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