Pakistan's Leading Education Website & Teacher's Provider
Home | Forum | Teacher | Student | Institution | Jobs | Admission guide | Tests | Study abroad | Notices | classified | Study partner

A complete archive of Pakistan's Education news releases since 2007

Find Pak classmates
Pakistani classmatesDirectory since 1947. Find Now >>

PU exams, results | Expelled student appears in exams

Punjab University announced BSEd and Pharm-D exams schedule
Lahore, Jan 20: The Punjab University has issued the schedule for submission of admission forms for Doctor of Pharmacy and Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd) examinations.

According to a press statement issued on Monday, the last date for submission of admission forms with single fee for Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm-D), Third Professional, Annual Examination, 2008, is January 20 and the forms with double fee can be submitted till January 23. The exam will commence from February 2.

The admission forms for Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd), 2nd Annual Exam, 2007, and 1st Annual Exam, 2008, with single fee can be submitted till January 26 and the last date with double fee for is January 30.

Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd), First Professional, 2nd Annual Exam, 2007, and 1st Annual Exam, 2008, will commence from February 12, Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd), Second Professional, 2nd Annual Exam, 2007, and 1st Annual Exam, 2008, from February 13 and Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd), Third Professional, 2nd Annual Exam, 2007, and 1st Annual Exam, 2008, will from February 14.

Pharm-D date sheet: THE Punjab University Examination Department Monday issued date sheet of Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm-D), Third Professional, Annual Examination 2008. According to a press statement, the exam will commence from Feb 2 to conclude on Feb 16. Detailed date sheet is available website: Appointed: Dr Salahuddin has joined the University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) as Director of the Institute of Continuing Education and Extension (ICE&E).

Punjab University announced MA results
Lahore: The Punjab University Examination Department on Monday declared the results of MA Education (Science), MA Business Education, MA Technology Education, MA English Language Teaching and Linguistics and MA Education (Secondary).

According to a press release, in MA Education (Science), (Semester System), Session 2007-2008, only one candidate appeared and was declared successful. In MA Business Education (Annual, Semester System), Session 2006-2008, 29 candidates appeared and all were declared successful. In MA Technology Education (Semester System), Session 2006-2008, a total of 19 candidates appeared and all were declared successful. In MA English Language Teaching and Linguistics (Semester System), Annual Session 2006-2008, 13 candidates appeared all were declared successful.

In MA Education (Secondary), (Semester System), Session 2006-2008, a total of 54 candidates appeared and all were declared successful. Detailed results are available at The News

Post your comments

'Expelled' student appears in PU exams
Lahore: An 'expelled' student belonging to the Islami Jamiat Tulaba (IJT) of the Punjab University (PU), who was also involved in the PU firing case is appearing in the ongoing examinations at the PU Law College.

Ansar Shoaib was expelled from the PU for serious disciplinary issues last year. A senior teacher from the PU Law College said Shoaib was attempting the current examinations with the claim that he had appealed to the vice-chancellor (VC) about his expulsion. He said the expelled student had managed this with the help of other IJT activists, adding that the college authorities could do nothing to stop him. He said it was pointless for Shoaib to appear in the examinations, as he would not receive any result or degree.

The University Students Federation (USF) which claims to have informed the administration about the presence of expelled students in the examination hall - criticised the university authorities for not taking any action. In a press statement, USF activists criticised the fact that an expelled student, who was banned from the campus, had managed to appear in the examination. They said Shoaib was also nominated in the December 3 firing incident.

According to a PU official, the PU administration, upon being informed about the incident, rushed to the examination hall but IJT activists did not listen to them. He said the university administration had asked the local police on several occasions to take action against expelled students, but they had failed to take any action yet.

Not eligible: PU registrar Professor Dr Muhammad Naeem Khan said if any appeal was pending with the VC, the expelled student was not eligible to sit in the examinations. He said the administration had instructed the PU examinations controller not to issue any result cards to expelled students. "If any expelled student manages to sneak in the examination hall it does not mean he would also receive the result," he said. "We will probe the matter and ensure the expulsion orders are implemented properly," he added. He said they would ask the authorities concerned to brief the administration on how an expelled student managed to appear in the examinations.

Stay order: PU IJT nazim Qaiser Sharif said Shoaib was student of Law in the 5th semester, adding that he had a stay order from court.

He said Governor Salmaan Taseer had ordered a fair inquiry of the expelled students, adding that they were students of the varsity until any final decisions had been made.

Post your comments

PU student leader murdered in Lahore
Lahore: The general secretary of the Punjab University (PU) People's Students Federation (PSF) was killed in the Hanjarwal police precincts late on Monday. The deceased, identified as Usama Ilyas, a second-year student, was allegedly murdered by PSF President Razi Shah Zaidi due to unknown reasons. It was learnt that the victim was a close associate of Zaidi, who used to visit Ilyas' house often. Ilays' sister said she and her brother were at home when Zaidi, along with two other persons, arrived at their house. She said she heard her brother exchange harsh words with the men, followed by a gunshot, adding she found Ilyas lying in a pool of blood when she went to check. Daily Times

MAO College wins debate contest
Lahore: The Government MAO College has won the provincial debate competition 'Annual Punjabi Takra' held at the Government College University (GCU), Lahore. The MAO College students won the team competition and its MA Mass Communication Part I student, Sabahat Butt, stood first. The second position was secured by Govt Dayal Singh College while the Lahore College University got third position. The News

Post your comments

Lahore High Court seeks BISE reply on re-assessment plea
Lahore: The Lahore High Court on Monday sought a report from the chairman of the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Lahore, in a petition seeking re-evaluation of papers of two FSc students on the plea that the Islamabad High Court (IHC) had ruled in favour of reassessment in Farah Hameed Dogar's case.

Petitioner Khadim Hussain said his two sons Usman and Ali appeared in the FSc examination but he was not satisfied with their result in the subjects of physics, chemistry and biology. He apprehended that examiners deliberately gave them less marks.

He said the IHC had held in Farah Dogar's case last week that the tool of re-assessment was a check on the ignorance and arbitrariness of the examiner. The petitioner said the benefit of the IHC verdict should be given to all students who wanted their papers be re-assessed. Dawn

Post your comments

Post your Comments/ Views about the news.
*Your name
*Your Email
*City &Country(i.e. Karachi, Pakistan)
*Type your Comments here:

*Type the code shown


The Interface may edit your comments and not all comments will be published.
Education Rss FeedEducation RSS Feed*New
Education News
Updated: 14 Oct, 2014
arrow Rawalpindi Inter result 2014
arrow CSS Examination 2015
arrow KU BCom, BA supple exams
arrow PU BCom exam 2014 schedule
arrow Abolish entrance test system
arrow Comsats Institute convocation
arrow Medical colleges open merit sytem
arrow Creation of Punjab HEC
arrow NUST ranked 500 university
arrow Tameer School Programme
arrow Punjab University turned 133
arrow Lahore Inter exams from Oct 23
arrow Higher education to become dream
arrow AIOU admission forms schedule
arrow KU Dr Auj's murder case
arrow Govt colleges admission lists
arrow Sindh University corruption
arrow SZABIST graduation ceremony
arrow PMDC move causes shortage
arrow KPK textbooks change protest
arrow HEC universities research funds
arrow IIUI students scholarships
arrow NTS test for Sindh teachers
arrow GCUF sexually harassment

More Edu. News>>

Personalize Resume