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Khyber Medical University MBBS results 2010

Girls on top in KMU MBBS result
Peshawar, Dec 24: Tanzeela Khalil of the Jinnah Medical College stood first as the Khyber Medical University (KMU) here Thursday announced result of the MBBS First Professional Part-1 annual examination 2010.

A total of 929 students appeared in the examination and 591 were declared successful. The overall result was 64 per cent. A press release issued by the KMU said that Tanzeela Khalil of Jinnah Medical College Peshawar, Anum Ishtiaq of Ayub Medical College Abbottabad and Hira Ishaq of Khyber Medical College Peshawar obtained first, second and third positions by securing 493, 474 and 472 marks, respectively.

The pass percentage of Khyber Medical College was 75 and that of Ayub Medical College, Saidu Medical College Swat and Gomal Medical College, Dera Ismail Khan was 66. The pass percentage of the Khyber Girls Medical College Peshawar was 79, Baacha Khan Medical College Mardan 78, Pak International Medical College Peshawar 02 per cent and that of Jinnah Medical College Peshawar 10 per cent.

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Education drive extended to 2011
Islamabad: The steering committee on national literacy year has decided to extend the campaign for promotion of education in the country to the year 2011.

The decision was taken at a meeting of the committee in the backdrop of the devastating floods that affected the campaign initially launched for the year 2010, said a press release on Thursday.

Federal Minister for Education Sardar Aseff Ahmad Ali at the meeting said the 18th Constitution Amendment and NFC Award had empowered the provinces and, therefore, they should actively participate in education and literacy campaigns.

He suggested to National Commission for Human Development (NCHD) to arrange events and meetings at the provincial level in which the provincial governors and chief ministers should participate.

He urged all the provincial ministers and lawmakers regardless of their portfolios and party affiliations to participate in the literacy campaign in their respective districts to make the efforts a success.

The minister also urged the provinces to adopt the logo of "National Literacy Year" that had been launched by the NCHD in all their events and activities.

NCHD Chairperson Nafisa Shah said the floods had affected the implementation of activities planned to observe the National Literacy Year in 2010. It was on her request that the committee agreed to extend the campaign to the next year. Dawn

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Inter-university debate contest held at AAUR
Rawalpindi: All Pakistan Inter-University Debate Competition was held at the Pir Mehr Ali Shah-Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi (PMAS-AAUR) here on Thursday for the award of Allama Iqbal shield 2010.

The Higher Education Commission organised the contest. In the debate contest 22 students from 13 universities participated and English and Urdu topics were 'Life is Worthless without Ambition' and 'NGOs Role in Social Development'. A large number of students of different private and public sector universities attended the contest from Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Azad Kashmir and Gilgit.

Participants of the contest in their speeches said that Non Government Organizations (NGOs) are playing a vital role in alleviating human suffering, filling the gaps left over by direct social services (education, health among others), meeting social needs and resolving social problems of the people caused by social economic deprivation, ill health, illiteracy, ignorance and poverty. But on the other side some of them were the view that NGOs provide little support to those people who are facing economic deprivation and exploitation.

The participants while speaking on the topic 'Life is worthless without ambition' said that a person is never satisfied with what he has. The more he has the more he wants and he is full of ambitions. They were of the view ambition is young man's ladder. It keeps him moving forward to reach his target.

Vice Chancellor PMAS-AAUR Prof. Dr. Khalid Mahmood Khan who was the chief guest highlighted the importance of debate topics and objectives of organising such events. Later, he distributed prizes among the winners.

In the English contest, Jawad Ali Shakoor and Faisal Fateh of Pakistan Institute of Engineering and Applied Sciences obtained first and third positions respectively while Sana Shakeel of FAST University got second position. As a team, Pakistan Institute of Engineering & Applied Sciences was declared first in English debate. Bilal Baber of Pakistan Institute of Engineering and Applied Sciences got first position while Mehboob Alamand of National Defence University and Waleed Zafer of International Islamic University secured second and third positions, respectively. As a team, International Islamic University was declared first in Urdu debate.

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Biodiversity show at QAU
Islamabad: Like Pakistan, Quaid-i-Azam University is also rich in biodiversity as from fruit trees to paper mulberry and beautiful variety of flowers to marijuana and wild boars to stray animals, you can find all this at one place - the QAU.

Students, faculty members including Dr Mir Ajab, Vice-Chancellor Dr Masoom Yasinzai, and two moving spirits behind the show Dr Mushtaq and Dr Zafar were keen participants at the venue of the exhibition adorned with posters, drawings, models and leaflets.

The QAU exhibition had posters, stalls and models depicting different aspects of biodiversity and threats to it. These including afforestation, deforestation, reforestation, global warming, ecological change, energy, climate change and ecosystems.

The VC being a biochemist himself evinced keen interest in the exhibition and gave his comments. The first prize went to a model on 'Climatic effect' produced by Asma and her class fellows while the second prize went to Sadia Nighat and her team for her stall on 'Environmental biology while the third prize for poster on 'Threats and uses of biodiversity' was given to Nadia Shahbaz and her group.

Pakistan is full of variety of land supporting different types of flora and fauna where there is food chain, forestation, agriculture, horticulture, ecosystem, bacteria, insects, birds, animals, obviously the human beings.

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VC stresses need for modern education
Mansehra: Hazara University Vice Chancellor Sakhawat Hussain Shah Thursday stressed upon the government to use modern education as a basic tool to steer the country out of current crises.

"I believe that not gold but the men with knowledge can make a nation great and strong," Sakhawat Hussain Shah told the 24th Parents Day ceremony of the Mansehra Public School and College here. Among others, chairman of the institution Shahjahan Khan Swati and Principal Umer Gul Khan also spoke on the occasion.

The vice-chancellor said the country was facing challenges like militancy and energy crisis but neither gold nor arms could pull the country out of these challenges except modern education and contemporary research in the field of science and technology. "Our students are more intelligent compared to the students in India and other neighbouring countries, but until we have result-orientated research and proper education the country cannot be pulled out of the prevalent crises," stressed Sakhawat Shah. The news

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