PU results for MBA, MA, M.Phil | LCWU VC defends herself

Punjab University declares MBA, MA, M.Phil results
Lahore, July 03, 2008: Punjab University Examination Department has declared the results of MBA (Insurance & Risk Management), MA Marketing, MA Sociology, M Phil Solid State Physics, M Phil High Energy Physics, M PhilMathematics and M Phil Physics. In MBA (Insurance & Risk Management) (Morning), Semester System, Session2005-2007, a total of 68 students appeared and 64 were declared successful while result of 4 candidates is late. In MA Marketing (Semester System), Session 2003-2005, a total of 45 candidates appeared and 44 were declared successful while result of one candidate is late. In MA Sociology, (Regular Programme), Semester System, Session 2005-2007,a total of 59 candidates appeared and 51 were declared successful while result of 6 candidates is late. In M Phil Solid State Physics (Semester System), Session 2005-2007, a total of 17 candidates appeared and one was declared successful while result of 14 candidates is late. In M Phil High Energy Physics (Semester System), Session 2004-2006, only one candidate Atta ul Latif S/o Abdul Quddus, under Roll No. 04 appeared and got success. In M Phil Mathematics, Session 2006-2008, only one candidate Hafiza Rizwana Kouser D/o Muhammad Hussain under Roll No. MP06-06 appeared and got success. In M Phil Physics (Semester System), Session 2004-2006, only one candidate Muhammad Moeen Akhtar S/o Muhammad Akthar under Roll No. MP-410 appeared and got success. Detailed results are available at PU website www.pu.edu.pk. PPI

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LCWU VC defends demand to re-exhibit theses
Lahore: Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) Vice Chancellor Bushra Mateen defended her demand to re-exhibit the thesis work of Bachelor's of Fine Arts students at a press conference held at LCWU on Wednesday.

Mateen said that the results had been disclosed to students unofficially, before the controller (examinations) had announced them.

She believed that the marks had been manipulated because there was a large difference between the results given to her by the appointed jury and those announced. It is a rule in every university that if the results vary by more than 10 percent, a third examiner can be called for rechecking.

She is asking the students to re-exhibit their work before new examiners so that all misconceptions can be cleared. The students, however, are refusing to do so. "I will stick to the rules and regulations of the university and if any student refuses to do so, she will have to appear in the supplementary exams," said VC.

Students also claim that this year's jury is the same as last year's. Mateen showed the names of last year's jury to the media that she claimed were different from the present ones. Daily Times

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