BISE Lahore announced Inter supple results
Lahore, Jan 10: The Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education (BISE) Lahore on Saturday announced the results of Intermediate Part-I & II (Supplementary) Examination 2009 according to which the pass percentage remained 44.12.
A total of 30,632 candidates had appeared out of which 13,516 passed the exam. The candidates, who have either been placed under compartment or have failed in the exam, have been allowed to deposit the admission form and fee for the Intermediate Part-I & II Annual Exam 2010 for which January 30, 2010 has been set as last date with single fee, February 27, 2010 with double fee and April 8, 2010 with triple fee.Your Comments
PU announced MBIT, BCom (IT) results
Lahore: The Punjab University (PU) Examinations Department announced the results of different examinations on Saturday.
These exams included Master of Business Information Technology (MBIT), Semester System, Session 2006-2009, B.Com (IT), Semester System, Session 2005-2007, B.Com (IT) and Semester System, Session 2009-2009. Detailed results are available on PU website www.pu.edu.pk
FJMC students protest
Lahore: The High Court Chief Justice Khawaja Muhammad Sharif on Saturday took suo motu notice of continued protests by students of Fatima Jinnah Medical College (FJMC) against the college's affiliation with the University of Health Sciences (UHS).
The Chief Justicedirected the Secretary Health, Principals of Fatima Jinnah Medical College (FJMC) and UHS and Registrar of the Punjab University to appear before the court within three days with details of the issue and also directed the Acting Advocate General Punjab to ensure compliance of the order and assist the court in the matter.
The Chief Justice observed that why students of a renowned institution in Asia like Fatima Jinnah Medical College (FJMC) had been protesting on almost daily against the affiliation of their college with UHS and warned of a hunger strike if the affiliation was not cancelled.
Shaikh Zayed Medical College entrance test
Lahore: The Shaikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan Medical College, the attached undergraduate medical college of Shaikh Zayed Hospital, Lahore, has informed that the last date for submission of applications is January 14 and entry test will be held on January 17.
According to a press release issued here on Saturday, the college's spokesperson said the condition of passing of provincial entry test has been waived off.
GCU won debate trophy
Lahore: The Government College University (GCU) Debating Society has lifted the team trophy at the All Pakistan Bilingual Declamation Contest 2010 organised by the University of Central Punjab. GCU orator Babar Rashid bagged the title of the Best Urdu Speaker after defeating more than two dozens of debaters.
However, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, student Muhammad Bilal secured second while a Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) student bagged third position in the Urdu debate. Defence Degree College student Miss Mehreen was declared the Best English Speaker.
However, GCU student Hamza Tariq and Omer Saleem got the second and third positions in English debates.
Fund for poor students
Lahore: Chairman Punjab Education Foundation (PEF) Raja Muhammad Anwar has said that the government has set up Endowment Fund at an amount of Rs four billion for providing education to the children of poor people, adding this amount will be enhanced to Rs 10 billion next year.
He was addressing the teachers of Foundation Assisted Schools (FAS) in a district coordination meeting on Saturday.
Raja Anwar said that on the instructions of Punjab Chief Minister, financial resources and opportunities were being made available for higher education of the poor students who could get education after matriculation.
He further said that the PEF had started giving awards to the schools obtaining prominent positions in extracurricular activities and where better facilities were being provided to the teachers.
He said that the teachers showing best results would be encouraged. PEF Managing Director Mohayuddin Ahmed Wanni, speaking on the occasion, said that substantial resources were being provided for making the PEF a model organisation.
He said all required resources would be provided for the schools, adding a complaint cell had been set up at PEF headquarters.
Later, PEF Chairman and Managing Director gave away prizes to the heads of the schools showing best performance which included City Flower School Yazman, Iqbal Model High School Multan, Al-Farid Model High School Muzaffargarh, Al-Farooq Model School Muzaffargarh and City Flower School Bahawalpur. The news
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