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BISE Lahore Matric suppl results 2011

45.1pc pass Matric Suppl exam
Lahore, Dec 20: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Lahore, on Monday announced the result of Secondary School Certificate (Matriculation) Supplementary Examination, 2011. According to details, a total of 29,864 candidates appeared in the exam and 13,466 candidates were declared successful thus the success ratio remained at 45.1 percent. Among the successful candidates, only 31 got A+, 53 got A, 467 candidates got B and 4,346 got C while 8,152 got D and 386 candidates got E grade in the examination. The BISE will send the result cards at the residential addresses of the candidates. The result can be seen at the board's website The news

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Students suffer at hands of BISE yet again
Lahore: The students suffer once again at the hands of the Lahore Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) as the board is failing to provide challan forms along with admission forms for the admission of Matriculation Annual Examination 2012.

The students, parents, school owners and principals are facing problems while submitting the admission forms for matric examinations because of the missing fee voucher that should have been available with the admission form.

Earlier, the fee voucher or challan form was always provided by the board office along with the admission form, however, this time round the students and parents were directed to download the admission form and fee package from the board's website.

However, the downloadable version available on the website does not contain the fee voucher, hence, creating problems for all those trying to register themselves for the matric exams.

Mother of a student, Amna, said that her daughter wanted to register herself for the matric exams, however, she was unable to pay the admission fee because of the unavailability of the fee voucher along with the admission form on the website, adding that the voucher was also not available in adequate numbers at the board's bank.

She said that the bank officials provided the vouchers after more than an hour of waiting, and then distributed them among the students before she was able to reach and collect hers in time.

Separately, owner of a school, Yasin, said that he had to submit more than 150 forms of the students, but unfortunately the board officials neither provided the fee voucher on the website nor were the vouchers available at the bank.

He said that he talked to a senior official at the bank, asking him to provide them with at least 150 fee vouchers, however, he said that the vouchers were currently unavailable. He added that when he bribed a worker there, a bundle of vouchers was immediately sent to him.

Meanwhile, the Lahore Board spokesperson said that the board would not provide more than one voucher to one person because it had learned that some academies and private schools were minting money in the name of vouchers from innocent students. He said that to stop this mafia of academies and private schools, the board had decided to provide one voucher per person. Daily times

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Free laptops plan questioned
Lahore: Foundation for Rehabilitation and Education of Slow Children (Fresh) general secretary Ashba Kamran has criticised distribution of laptops among students and urged Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif to focus on improving education system instead of political point scoring.

In a statement issued here on Monday, she said the Punjab government would spend Rs5 billion on providing 100,000 laptops to students, which would be a sheer wastage of public money.

Ms Kamran said the poor state of affairs at public schools was resulting into alarming dropouts and high ratio of failed students at primary and secondary level. She said that some 70 per cent students were dropping out at primary level annually, while almost 50 per cent students were failing in matriculation examinations.

She suggested that about five million students at about 1,000 public sector schools could benefit if the Punjab government spent Rs1 million on each school instead of purchasing 100,000 laptops at a price of Rs50,000 each.

She said the Punjab government had already wasted billions of rupees on Sasti Roti scheme that contributed little in overcoming inflation. Not only this, she said, the Punjab government's plan to automate education boards in Punjab had also proven as a complete failure.

Ms Kamran also lamented that a majority of computer labs at public schools were already locked due to non-availability of teaching staff.

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GCU BSc and BA results
Lahore: The Government College University on Monday declared the final-year results of BSc (Honours) microbiology and psychology and BA (Honours) political science.

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IJT protest
Lahore: Islami Jamiat Tulaba activists on Monday staged a protest demonstration on Canal Road against the non-provision of an overhead bridge at Sheikh Zayed Islamic Centre.

The protesters led by IJT Islamic Centre hostel secretary-general Sajjad Maitla blocked Canal Road for over an hour and chanted slogans against the university administration.

The protesters dispersed after holding negotiations with the varsity administration and assurance that an overhead bridge would be constructed.

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KEMU sets up new diagnostic centre
Lahore: The King Edward Medical University (KEMU) has established Advanced Diagnostic and Research Centre to provide quality and advanced diagnostic facilities to private patients at low rates.

The centre will conduct all laboratory tests, which are earlier not being conducted in state-run medical institutions or even in private laboratories except two - one in Karachi and another in Lahore.

Approved by KEMU's syndicate meeting in August this year, the centre would be the first public sector project, which would initially have a chain of 10 laboratory collection centres in parts of the provincial capital. One of the 10 collection centres has been established on Lawrence Road and would be made functional in a couple of weeks.

Established at the cost of Rs45 million, the diagnostic centre would extend its network of collection centres to cities like Karachi, Islamabad, Quetta and Peshawar. KEMU vice-chancellor Prof Dr Asad Aslam said that the centre would be made functional soon.

Project director Dr Mulazim Hussain Bukhari said the diagnostic centre would conduct all advanced laboratory tests. He said the centre would work day and night 365 days of the year. It had hired highly qualified and experienced faculty members and working staff. It would start functioning on Jan 15.

At the same time, the centre would provide research facilities to KEMU students and generate revenue for the institution. It shall primarily include five important sections like chemical pathology, microbiology, histopathology, cytology laboratory and haematology and blood banking. It would be the hub of special laboratories for renal diseases, liver disorders and paediatric disorders.

The centre would be equipped with state of the art radiological diagnostic set up. It would hire new staff with an attractive pay band share and KEMU syndicate meeting had approved Rs20.14 for the salary structure of the staff only. One-time capital cost for purchased items would be Rs30.364 million. Dawn

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