AIOU B.Ed result announced
Islamabad, Feb 02: Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) has announced the result of final examinations of B.Ed programme for the semester Spring 2010. Controller of Examinations Hafeez Ullah said that result intimation cards are being sent by post to the students at their given addresses. He added that any student who will not receive the result intimation card up to Feb 10, is advised to contact the examination Department personally or at phone 051-9057323 or contact nearest Regional Office to get the duplicate result card. The students can also download their result from the website www.aiou.edu.pk.
BDS result of KMU announced
Peshawar: The Khyber Medical University (KMU) has announced the results of Bachelors of Dental Surgery (BDS) of the Second Professional Annual Examination.
A press release read that 76 students of Khyber College of Dentistry (KCD), Peshawar and 45 students of Dental Section of Ayub Medical College (AMC), Abbottabad appeared in the examination 2010 in which 43 students of KCD and 31 of Dental Section of AMC were declared successful.
The overall passing percentage of KCD Peshawar was 57, while that of the Dental Section of AMC, Abbottabad, was 69 percent. Palwasha Abid of KCD got 559 marks out of 700 and secured first position while Ali Khalid and Tayyaba Bibi of KCD obtained 520 and 517 marks, securing second and third positions, respectively. Vice-Chancellor of KMU Prof Dr Mohammad Hafizullah congratulated the successful students and their parents and hoped that they would continue to work hard in the future.
A day of colour and festivity
Rawalpindi: It was a day of colour, exuberance and festivity for the students of Federal Government College for Women, Kashmir Road, as they finally arranged the much-awaited 'Funfair' here on Tuesday, which provided them a chance to exhibit their aesthetic sense.
The main objective of the event was to generate funds for charity. Begum Sadia Raheel Ashraf, wife of Director FGEI (C-G) Brigadier Raheel Ashraf, graced the 'Funfair' as the chief guest. The colourful event comprised two segments - variety show and stalls.
The variety show included skits, parodies, plays, mimicry of singers and a cultural show. Comic versions of famous love stories such as 'Heer Ranjha', 'Laila Majnu' and 'Romeo Juliet' were staged under the title of 'Love Aaj Kal'. The show also included mimicry of famous singers like Ali Azmat, Amanat Ali, Ali Sher and Abida Parveen.
The culminating item of the event was a cultural show, highlighting different colours and shades of Pakistan. Girls clad in traditional dresses looked quite appealing. The real gem of the day was the 'Brides Catwalk', which won a great deal of applause from the audience.
As many as thirty stalls were decorated by faculty members and their respective classes. Two classes along with their class teachers collaborated to display stalls of their choice which included a wide range of food items such as ice creams, burgers, sandwiches, 'chaat', 'gol gappay', soup, 'biryani', 'seekh kebabs', 'haleem', 'dahi bhallay', pink tea, cakes, donuts, rice, 'fruit chaat', pizzas and cold drinks.
There were also stalls of face painting, 'mehndi', palmistry, lucky dips and games. Artfully made charts, balloons, ribbons, flowers and 'dupattas' reflected keen efforts and active participation of students and teachers to make the event successful.
A special 'Star Classes Award' was also announced for the best stall.
The chief guest visited all stalls and greatly admired the high degree of excellence of students and teachers in making the event a great success.
Students show their potential at IBMUN 2011
Islamabad: Months ago, IBMUN 2011 was just an idea circulating the halls of Margalla Campus, but on the evening of Tuesday, right under the very velvety night sky, nearly 700 delegates were witness to the ceremony that concluded one of the best conferences held so far in the history of the school, says a press release.
The closing ceremony was graced with the presence of Oussama Tawil, Country Manager UNAIDS Programme, and Rodulfo Martin Saravia, Ambassador of Argentina, both of whom gave very inspiring speeches that touched the hearts of all those seated at the conference and motivated the students to rise above their very own potential and coin their names in history.
The addresses by the chief guests were followed by the committee chairs, all of whom had worked hard to make sure the debate in their committee never faltered, and who stepped up on stage to give away awards to the delegates in their committees who had demonstrated the true spirit of a Model United Nation Conference.
As the Director General, Haroon Yasin, and the Secretary General, Abdullah Waqar Tajwar, expressed their jubilation at the success of this conference, the closing ceremony drew to an end. A formal dinner was arranged by the host team inside a beautifully festooned tent.
The best part of the evening, however, was the concert for the delegates in which the band 'Noori' displayed their extraordinary talent for music by completely overwhelming the delegates and host team alike. The news