Balochistan university BA, BSc results

Balochistan university declared BA, BSc 2009 results
Quetta, Jan 31: University of Balochistan declared results of BA/ B Sc annual examination 2009 here Saturday. According to University gazette a total of 14318 candidates appeared for the examination and 9295 came out successful. In B Sc examination, first three positions were clinched by female candidates.

Ms Faiza Hameed Jan roll no 15 stood first with 627 marks. She is student of Government Girls College Quetta Cantt. Second position went to Ms Sana Kazmi roll no 216. She bagged 621 marks. She belongs to Government Girls College Quarry road, Quetta.

Ms Samar Ali roll no 135 remained third. She obtained 612 marks. She comes form Government Girls College Quetta Cantt In BA private candidate Ms Maqsooda roll no 3349 obtained fist position with 599 marks, Suriya Jan roll no 17088 stood second. She got 593 marks.

Ms Gulai roll no 3896 got 587 marks and remained third. PPI

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Nepotism rules the roost at PIMS
Islamabad: Alleged nepotism coupled with administrative irregularities was witnessed during induction process of the house-job officers held two weeks back at the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS), blatantly ignoring the deserving candidates, it has been learnt.

According to the sources within the hospital administration, some deserving and brilliant candidates of the Dental Department were deprived of their right. Once again, the trainee doctors who had already availed themselves of the paid house-jobs were inducted while the non-paid candidates who have been undergoing from their house job training for the last eight to ten months were marginalised.

Over a dozen candidates had appeared in tests for the house-job officers' training in the Dental Department but only six were selected. Being an utter surprise for the students, one of their colleagues had qualified the written test and her name was displayed in the list of qualified candidates.

Later, her name was placed in the waiting list. The tale of favouritism does not end there, the student who had 'topped' the house-job test was one with notorious reputation of having a poor academic record and short attendance. The induction for house-jobs are allegedly politically motivated and strongly inter-linked to personal contacts, liking, and disliking.

Besides, out of those six candidates, three were those who were already being paid Rs18,000 per month. The new induction process was held to give opportunity to fresh candidates but instead of selecting the candidates doing house-job training on non-payment, the already paid candidates were selected.

"The selected candidates are having short attendance during their training and also have a poor performance record" sources continued. The remaining three candidates those who were put on the waiting list also do not qualify the set criteria and they had a disputed academic record," sources further informed.

"When some candidates contacted ED, Dr Ghazala Mehmood, she refused to listen to their grievances," the sources said. It is worth-recalling here that without any appointment of a permanent head at PIMS, continuous mismanagement on part of the hospital administration goes unchecked causing numerous problems.

When Acting Executive Director PIMS, Dr Ghazala Mehmood was contacted in this regard, she insisted that according to the rules, it was not possible to re-induct a house-job trainee. She assured that she would look into the matter and if any kind of irregularity was found, she would revert the decision. The nation

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Gilani dissatisfied with standard of education in govt schools
Islamabad: Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani on Saturday paid a surprise visit to FG Girls Higher Secondary School, G-8/4, and expressed his dissatisfaction over standard of education in government schools.

The PM's visit to the school was a part of his efforts to break the inertia in the government departments.

The prime minister went around the various classrooms and talked with the students about their curricular and extra-curricular activities.

As the school administration was not aware of the PM's visit in advanced, so they were caught in surprise and failed to make cosmetic preparations to impress him.

In lighter tone, the prime minister also questioned the students whether they wanted to become politician or journalists, the students replied in negative.

Interestingly, when he asked whether they wanted to become a judge, they also replied in negative.

Majority of the students expressed their desire to become doctor and teachers while replying to the prime minister's questions.

During his visit to computer laboratory of the school, he noticed that computer teachers were absent and the students were being taught by a lab assistant.

The prime minister also noticed that the students working on the computer were not trained in typing on the keyboard.

When the prime minister visited the library of the school, he noticed that the dust was lying in cupboards and on books that showed that they were never opened and used for reading.

After seeing the conditions of the computer lab and library, the premier announced their upgradation.

He also attended a lecture of Pakistan studies along with the students who were amazed to see him among them.

During his interaction with the students, the prime minister questioned them about Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Allama Muhammad Iqbal, Pakistan Resolution and terrorism but got no impressing answer.

The prime minister when asked the students about the teachers, they told him that there was a shortage of teachers of English, Maths, Computer Studies and Biology.

When the principle of the school tried to reply instead of the students, the prime minister stopped her and said, "I just came here to get feedback from the students."

The prime minister also inquired from the students about the conditions of the toilets of the school. He directed the school administration to keep the toilets clean and provide hygienic conditions to the students.

The PM instructed the students to pay full attention to their studies and become useful citizens of the country.

Speaking on the occasion the prime minister said the government is giving top priority to improve the education standard in the country to meet the modern day requirements.

He said the government has formulated a new education policy taking all stakeholders including the four provinces into confidence to ensure its proper implementation.

He said under this policy, the government wanted to make the education free at the primary level besides launching of training programmes for the teachers to enhance their capabilities and skills.

He said the government has also set up a task force to encourage technical education for creating new job opportunities for the youth.

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CDA school prize distribution
Islamabad: Capital Development Authority (CDA) Model School, I-9/4 celebrated its 23rd annual prize distribution ceremony for those, who achieved distinctions during the year in various inter-house competitions, sports and SSC Exams.

Seven students, who remained in the top 60 in the SSC exams held under the Federal Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education, were given cash prizes.

Kaneez Fatima was awarded gold medal and cash prize of Rs5,000 in Science Group, while Kuntum Zehra and Niegarh Zehra were awarded gold medals and cash prizes of Rs3,000 each in General Group. Moreover, Nosheen Sadiq was adjudged the All Rounder Best Student from the senior section and Fariha Qaiser from the junior section of the school.

In the senior section, Noor Jahan House took the Co-Curricular Trophy and the Academic Trophy was won by Razia Sultana House, while in the junior section, Nishter House won the Co-Curricular Trophy while Noor House and Jinnah House were the joint winners of the Academic Trophy.

Chairman CDA Imtiaz Inayat Elahi, while speaking on the occasion, appreciated the winning students and their teachers and parents, terming it a pleasure to see the students perform extraordinarily well in their respected fields.

He said besides the course studies, students should be imparted knowledge regarding the environment. "Students should be aware of the methods of preservation and conservation of water besides knowing about how to behave environment friendly," he said and added that CDA would conduct various events to raise awareness regarding the environment among students, which would include painting and debate competitions.

Addressing on the occasion, Principal CDA School Shahwar Ajmal said they are with CDA in their efforts to establish the culture of good governance, merit and transparency in the Authority, besides commending the idea of education city. "The visual face of the capital city has massively changed in the recent years. Empty roads and grassy plots have now been replaced with well developed parks, playgrounds, dual carriages, high rises and underpasses," she said.

She said in order to commemorate 50 golden years of Clean & Green Islamabad, special programmes including tableaus, quiz shows, essay writings and speech contest would be held. The news

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Robot navigation contest
Islamabad: Yousaf Ali Khan, studying in Hanyang University, South Korea, under Higher Education Commission (HEC) scholarship programme, has won the first prize in International Robot Outdoor Navigation Contest 2009 held at Gwangju, Korea.

According to a press release, 13 teams from Japan and China participated in the competition organised by the Gwangju Technopark, Gwangju, Korea. Yousaf's team, comprising himself and Jung-eui Jung (Korea), made the best records and got the first prize.

"The credit goes to HEC, which gave me an opportunity to study in South Korea and participate in the competition," said Khan. Daily times

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Islamic university conference
Islamabad: The International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI) in collaboration with the Archaeological and Historical Association of Pakistan (AHAP) is holding a conference on life, and teachings of Hazrat Khawaja Bahauddin Zakariya (RA) on February 3.

Leading scholars have been invited to address the conference. Minister for Foreign Affairs and Sajjada Nasheen of Dargah Hazrat Bahauddin Zakariya Makhdoom Shah Mehmood Qureshi will be the chief guest on this occasion.

IIUI President Dr. Anwar Hussain Siddiqui has constituted various committees for the conference. The members of these committees included Khalid Mehmood Raja, Mehmood Farooqi, Khurshid Alam, Qaisera Alvi, Rizwan Faiz, Abrar Anver, Asif Kamal, Muhammad Jamil, Muhammad Naeem, Syed Muzammil Hussain, Saif-ur-Rehman, Asif Munir Baber, Nuzhat Zareen, Asma Mansoor, Nasir Fareed, Hafiz Aamir Raza, Mehmood Abbasi, Maqsood Qaiser and Muhammad Ashraf Rahi.

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Medical students' quota
Islamabad: Gilgit-Baltistan Chief Minister Syed Mehdi Shah called on Minister for Health, Makhdoom Shahabuddin on Saturday and discussed matters pertaining to increased quota of medical students in medical and dental colleges of Punjab.

The minister apprised the Chief Minister that the federal government under direction of the Prime Minister has decided to increase the quota of medical students of Gilgit-Baltistan from 34 to 64 in the medical and dental colleges of Punjab. The news

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