Peshawar board matriculation results, position-holders

Welfare school excels in SSC exam
Peshawar, July 30, 2008: Mercy Pak High School and Vocational Training Institute, an educational institution for orphans and destitute children, has shown excellent results in recent matriculation Peshawar board examination. Imdadullah, a matric student, stood first in school by obtaining 754 marks while Musanaf Shah and Shamsullah got second and third positions by bagging 734 and 732 marks respectively. Amjad Ali, a ninth class student, stood first in school by securing 450 marks out of 525 while Sami Ullah and Yaqoob jointly got second position by securing 431 marks and Usman stood third in school by obtaining 429 marks in 9th class board exam. All students got A-plus and A grades and set a record. School Principal Dost Muhammad Khan congratulated the position-holders and lauded the efforts of the schoolteachers. Daily Times

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"congratulations to students,teachers,Principal and Director of Mercy School and Vocational training Institute Peshawar."
Name: Ashfaq Khan
City, Country: Wichita-Kansas,USA

"hello there.....whenn will hssc examination going to start this year ."
Name: neelam sana
City, Country: peshawar,pakistan

"plz anyone sent me important Question in 11 year Per-Eng on my email pi m waiting firends."
Name: summan
City, Country: pakistan

Name: abhinayasathiyanarayanan
City, Country: tamilnadu,INDIA

"Congragulations to all position holders and best wishes for those as well who met failure bt here i must say failure doesnt mean falling down,failure is that once falent and not trying to get up so, get the maximum with attention then u will be on the top of the world:) "
Name: lutfi
City, Country: Islamabad,Pakistan

"all the boards staff are very **** .till now the results of ssc are not announced."
Name: tasawar
City, Country: peshawar,pakistan

Name: shahid afzal
City, Country: Swabi PAKISTAN

"congragulation 2 all.i m also old student of mercy pak nd i love mercy so much.also i m very thankful of all mercy staff who gauide us best way...."
Name: anwar khalil khattak
City, Country: islamabad pakistan

"I congrates to all position holder and also my favourite friend Muhammad Hussain which is of matric student and read in Peshawar Model."
Name: hussain
City, Country: peshawar

"Very good"
Name: Maya Khan
City, Country: Peshawer,pakistan

"i like all orphan students of pak mercy plz open mercy college thet students got good eduction"
Name: farhan
City, Country: pak

"i was the student of mercy pak.i love mercy pak"
Name: mujeeb parachinari
City, Country:peshawar

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Islamia College University Peshawar (ICUP) to admit students in 10 disciplines
Peshawar, July 30, 2008: Islamia College University Peshawar (ICUP) will admit students for BS four-year integrated programme in 10 disciplines while six departments will also simultaneously offer MA/MSc programmes during the next academic session starting from September next. Heads of six departments have been tasked to develop a curriculum in the next couple of days for four-year BS programme to be implemented with the commencement of new academic year. It was decided in a meeting of the heads of departments with the Vice-Chancellor Ajmal Khan in the chair. Speaking on the occasion, Ajmal Khan said arrangements were in the final stage for making the recently up-graded ICU functional. He said merit would be followed strictly as it would lead to the real success which the great seat of learning deserved.

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Disaster Management Centre approved for UoP
Peshawar: The academic council of University of Peshawar (UoP) has accorded formal approval to Disaster Management Centre that would start functioning from the current academic year. The council with Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Azmat Hayat in the chair also gave approval to the changes and modifications proposed by several departments like sociology, social work, journalism and others. Academic council is the body wherein initial approval is given to all academic changes and enrolments after which the matters approved by it are presented before university syndicate.

The decision to set up Disaster Management Centre was taken recently by the university administration. A one-year diploma course in the centre would be started soon. The centre has been under consideration since long, however a formal notification to this effect was issued some three-weeks back. Prof Dr Amir Nawaz Khan was appointed as director of the centre. The centre would educate and train students about natural calamities. Initially postgraduate-diploma courses would be started in the centre and master's degree programme would be started in the subject from the next academic session.

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2,600 lecturers await promotion in Rawalpindi
Rawalpindi: Nearly 2,600 lecturers, appointed in different colleges of the province including Rawalpindi in 1987, have still not been promoted into the next grade even after a lapse of 21 years. According to sources, these lecturers, comprising a large number of women, are performing their duties in the same scale of Grade-17 since their appointment. Sources further said that 196 vacancies of assistant professors were vacated but the above-mentioned lecturers are still deprived of their just right of promotion. The News

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