International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI) admissions

18,000 apply for 2,500 Islamic University seats
Islamabad, July 29, 2008: International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI) has received over 18,000 applications for admissions against 2,500 seats available with various study programmes for the next academic session.

According to a press statement issued on Monday, the admission procedure was started on July 20.

A large number of students from across the country and Azad Jammu and Kashmir appeared in entry tests of the university. According to the IIUI academic calendar, the entry tests are held in July and August and classes started in the first week of September every year.

Last year, over 19,000 students applied for the same number of seats. The IIUI offers admissions absolutely on merit, as its computerised marking system leaves no room for unfair means in the process of admission. App

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FG model school students shine in SSC examination
Islamabad: The Federal Government Model School for Girls while maintaining fourth consecutive position has once again secured 100 per cent success in the current Secondary School Certificate Examination result. As many as 162 students appeared in the examination out of which 25 achieved A+ grade, 48 students A and 67 others got B grade. Anam Rustam stood first by securing 787 marks, Maryam Masood stood second with 775 marks, while Mobila Tariq remained third with 768 marks respectively.

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VCs resent cut in budgetary allocations
Islamabad: The vice chancellors/rectors of the public sector universities expressed their extreme apprehension towards the budgetary cut imposed by the government, which could result in huge increase in fees that would ultimately lead to students' unrest.

According to a press release, they passed a unanimous resolution for the urgent need to meet the prime minister in order to apprise him of the gravity of the situation. They expressed their reservations at the fourth vice chancellors' meeting held at a local hotel here Monday and attended by 62 VCs/rectors from across the country.

In his address to the heads of higher education institutions, Professor Dr Atta-ur-Rahman, Chairman HEC, urged the VCs/rectors to generate their own resources in addition to their reliance on government funding. He said that universities around the world do not rely on public exchequer alone and have, over the years, found different ways for fulfilling their financial needs. The chairman said that after their meeting with Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani, the latter had directed the finance secretary to issue funds allocated for higher education at the earliest. "But the problem is that the finances are not available with the government," he said.

Earlier, during a presentation on the current status of higher education system, Dr Sohail Naqvi, Executive Director HEC, said that universities have shown uninterrupted growth during the last six years. He said the key challenges facing the higher education include access, quality and relevance.

The VCs regretted the cut in the approved budgetary allocations for the year 2007-08. They argued that the financial planning of the universities had been worked out on the basis of the approved budget, however, the unexpected reduction in the budgetary allocation has adversely affected the operations of these institutions.

Some universities demanded increase in the grants for establishment of their sub-campuses. Moreover, several mega development projects including physical and technological infrastructure may face closure due to non-availability of funds. The News

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