Khyber Medical University first prof MBBS results
KMU MBBS results out
Peshawar, Jan 23: The Khyber Medical University (KMU) on Thursday announced results of MBBS first
professional Part-II annual examinations 2010.
A total of 810 students of
five public and one private sector medical colleges of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
appeared in the examination and 499 were declared successful. The overall pass
percentage was 62.
Wajiha Sajid of Ayub Medical College (AMC), Abbottabad
and Foqia Awan of Khyber Girls Medical College (KGMC), Peshawar secured 1,034
and 1,015 marks and grabbed first and second positions, respectively.
Munazza Ayub of KGMC and Sana Bint-e-Arshad of Khyber Medical College
(KMC), Peshawar obtained 1,010 marks and got third position jointly.
the MBBS first professional Part-II annual examinations 2010, the passing ratio
of KMC Peshawar was 67 per cent. The passing ratio of KGMC was 69 per cent, AMC
Abbottabad was 71 per cent, Gomal Medical College DI Khan was 70 per cent, Saidu
Medical College, Swat 34 per cent and that of Jinnah Medical College Peshawar 08
KMU VC Prof Dr Mohammad Hafizullah congratulated the qualifying
students, especially the position-holders and hoped that the successful students
will continue their hard work.
"service structure for teachers of KPK is a great gift of ANP to the teachers of KPK,but there are still many deficiencies i-e 1: SET (Technical)post are totally ignored.who will fill these posts and who will promote and what will be category. 2: there is no future planning for CT(industrial Arts)in the service structure for promotion to SET(Technical)."
Name: khan said
"thanks to share the result i was really looking for this"
"Salam sardar hussain babuk sahib and secretary education! mai muhammad imran guzeshta 2 sal se pst post pr bps-07 me kam kar raha hoon! mai ne B.ed, PTC , B.sc & MA kia howa hy. es k bawjood aap ne aisa koi elan nahi kia k kesi k qualification high ho awr 1 ya 2 sal ki service b ho to aise PST k liye b elan karay k onhein BPS-09 me promote kia jaye. wassalam Muhammad IMran son of wali ur rehman PST (BPS-07), GPS, Sheikhan Saikot, POst office Saikot, union council Warana ahmadabad, tehsil takhti nasrati, distt karak. cell"
Name: muhammad imran
"will someone tell me the result of 2nd year MBBS of abbottabad international medical college abbottabad?"
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New service structure for KP teachers notified
Peshawar: Accepting an old demand of schoolteachers, the Elementary and Secondary Education Department
Thursday notified a new service structure for teachers, laying down method of
recruitment, qualification and other conditions.
Talking to reporters,
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Education Minister Sardar Hussain Babak said the past
governments instead of permanently resolving the service structure issues of
teachers used to satisfy them through mere up-gradation.
"But credit goes
to the Awami National Party-led government, which resolved the issue on
permanent basis by approving a proper service structure providing equal
promotion opportunities to teachers," he said.
As per the new rules,
minimum qualification and experience for initial appointment or by transfer
against Secondary School Teachers (PBS-16) is second-class bachelor's degree
with two subjects from the Chemistry, Botany, Zoology, Physics, Mathematics,
Statistics, Humanities and other equivalent groups from a recognised university
or MA in Education or bachelor's degree in education from a recognised
The new method of recruitment states that 50 percent of the
vacant seats would be filled through promotion on the basis of
Amongst 50 percent promotion quota, 40 percent
seats would go to certified teachers (general, agriculture, industrial arts and
home economics) with at least five years service.
Four percent secondary
school teachers will be taken each from among drawing masters and physical
education teachers having at least five years experience.
quota has been allocated for industrial material specialists, Arabic teachers
having at least five years service.
For Arabic teachers (BPS-15), minimum
qualification has been set as second division in Secondary School Certificate
(SSC) from a recognised board with Shahdatul Alamia Fil Uloomul Arabia
wal-Islamia from a recognised Tanzimatul Wafaqul Madaris or second-class
master's degree in Arabic.
Twenty-five percent of the seats will be
filled by promotion from among the Theology teachers while the remaining 75
percent will be newly recruited.
Theology teachers (BPS-14) will need
second division in SSC with Shahdatul Alamia or second class bachelor's degree
with two subjects, Islamic Studies and Arabic.
Twenty-five percent seats
will be filled through promotion while the remaining by initial
The post of instructional material specialist (BPS-11) will
entirely be filled through initial recruitment, requiring bachelor's degree or
Primary School Teacher Certificate in instructional material
Same is the case with the posts of qaris (PBS-09), which
will be filled through fresh inductions having qualification requirement of SSC
with qirat sanad from a recognised institute. The posts of physical education
teachers (BPS-09) will have the same quota of promotion and initial recruitment
as mentioned for drawing masters. Its required qualification is bachelor degree
with one year experience in physical education court or army equivalency or
other equivalent qualification.
Sixty percent of the primary
schoolteacher vacancies (BPS-07) will be filled through fresh inductions at
district level and 40 percent also by initial induction but at the union council
level. Minimum qualification is intermediate or equivalent qualification with
primary school teaching certificate/diploma in education or SSC in second
division with three years diploma in elementary education. Age limit for all the
posts would be 18-35 years.
Minister Sardar Hussain Babak said the new
structure would help overcome the sense of deprivation among the teachers and
enable them to perform their duties devotedly. He said the service structure was
a unique achievement of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government and would herald
breakthrough towards educational reforms.
"aa kiya iss hakomat ko serf c.t, p.s.t, p.e.t, d.m ,a.t, teacher laktain hain kiya ( T.T) Teacher nshin hain etc: main MSc MEd hown or (T.T) Hown too kiya maira haq nahin hay k main bhi one % qota diya jata ya serf or teacher hain or hum nahin ya bhir hum ko teacher ki list say nikal dain"
Name: m arif
City, Country: D.I.Khan
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UoP IR students mark 'Kaliwal Day'
Pesahwar: Memories of village life were relived as students and teachers of the International
Relations Department, University of Peshawar, celebrated 'Kaliwal Day'
(villagers day) here Thursday.
Everything was decorated in rural style
and almost everyone was attired in traditional dress to mark the day.
idea was to promote Pashtun rural life and provide some respite to students
belonging to places in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and the tribal areas that have
suffered from militancy and natural disasters. It was a pleasant change from the
tension that is part of the busy life of students.
Arranged by the
International Relations Students Association (Irsa), the students and teachers
of International Relations and 16 other departments of the university actively
participated in the event.
Every student, whether male or female, was
dressed beautifully in typical traditional clothes of their respective areas.
Some of the students were dressed in plain shalwar-kameez with Peshawari
chappal, others were wearing turbans or Chitrali caps.
make-up, the girls too were dressed in ghagras and other local
The hujra, or male guesthouse, an essential part of village life
and tastefully decorated, was a major attraction. Everything that can be found
in a typical hujra was made available. Pictures, chillum or hubble-bubble, music
instruments such as rabab and sitaar, pistol-covers and other cultural items
were on display.
A Kaliwal Majlis, or rural gathering, was arranged in
the hujra where the students demonstrated their hidden talent like professional
artistes. Skits, songs and Pashto anthems were presented. Some of the students
performed the traditional folk dance Attan.
The smiling faces of those
participating in the event were a source of encouragement for the
The organisers felt that the programme would help revive and
promote the rich but neglected Pashto culture. Shakeel Nasir, president IRSA,
was happy that the youngsters enthusiastically participated in the
Ijaz Khan, chairman of the IR department, praised the IRSA for
arranging what he termed a great event. He pledged to arrange more such events
to promote the local culture.
He also shed light on the Pakhtun culture
and said it was one of the oldest and richest cultures of the world. "One should
not be ashamed of one's culture. We should all be proud of our culture," he
A student, Ayub, said people moving to the cities from rural
areas forget their culture and traditions. "Such events would remind us of our
culture and discourage the so-called modernism," he argued.
"This is a
great event. The department should arrange more such events," said Ghafoor,
another enthusiastic student.
Some of the students were, however,
critical of the programme, which they termed as wastage of time and
Muhammad Qasim Khan, another student sitting alone in a
corner, said such events serve nothing but affect studies and precious time of
Cultures cannot be promoted by arranging dance and music
parties, he stressed.
Later, the IRSA culture committee presented a pakol
(Chitrali cap) to the chairman and shawls to the female teachers. The news
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