A Q Khan College excel in SSC exam | DG Libraries arrested

Students of A Q Khan College excel in SSC exam
Rawalpindi: Students of Dr. A Q Khan College, Bahria Town, have excelled in the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Annual Examination 2009 of the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education by obtaining first divisions, says a press release issued here on Wednesday. According to the annual result announced by the FBISE, Namrah Ali secured first position in the academic institution by securing 88.57 per cent marks.

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Bahrians excel in SSC examination
Rawalpindi: The students of Bahria Foundation College, Westridge Campus, excelled in Secondary School Certificate examination of the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, says a press release. Afia Hashmi secured 970 marks, Asad-ullah Zahid got 966 and Kiran Nayab secured 958 marks. A total number of 47 students appeared in the examination out of which 18 students got A+ grade 20 obtained A and 8 students secured B grade. The News

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ILM secures 100 pc result in SCC exams
Peshawar: Institute of Learning and Motivation (ILM) has proved itself by showing a 100% result in the SSC exams 2009. Natasha Munir D/o Munir Ahmed of 10th matric has topped the school by securing 817 marks and A+ grade, Sikandar Ali Khan secured 756 and Hassam Khattak secured 716. Mehmood Ali Khan of 9th matric by securing 383 marks and A grade has topped their classes respectively.

The high ups of the ILM school system have congratulated Aftab Ghani, Adnan Sami Khan, Jamil Alam and Aftab Habib of 10th matric and S. Jalal Farid, Siddiq Yousafi, Haider Khattak, Muddasar Hotak, Waqas Khan, Moosa Nadeem, M. Umair Bin Shahzad and Maryam Munir of 9th matric for securing a good result. The officials also congratulated both the students and teachers of Nowshera sequel for producing 100% result. Well-done to Rabia Haq, M. Adam Khan, Kamran Ali of 10th Matric and Wafa Gohar, Faisal Khan of 9th Matric for achieving a very good result. Realising the importance of matric in our system we have started giving a lot of attention to matric alongside our o' level classes, which has proved fruitful and we are hoping to improve and excel with every passing year. Administration and staff of ILM congratulate all the students and their parents. F.P. report

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DG Libraries arrested for 'stealing' record
Islamabad: Director General, Department of Libraries Ch. Muhammad Nazir along with his accomplices was arrested from the National Library on Tuesday while stealing the departmental record as an inquiry was called against him.

Source told that some corruption charges including the missing of 12000 books from National Library were levelled against him and Ministry of Education had called an inquiry into the matter and placed him under suspension. The probing team sealed the whole record of the National Library.

Source said that on Tuesday morning, DG along with his accompilces reached National Library, broke down the locks and sealed record of the library. In the interim, Capital police reached on the spot and arrested the DG with others.

However, when contacted Acting DG Muhammad Azam Chaudhry told that the corruption charges in purchasing books, computers and software etc were levelled against him while he was also supposed to use Children libraries' furniture and other wood material like windows and doors in his own house. However, he said that the issue of missing books was not a part of the inquiry. " Taking notice Ministry of Education placed him under suspension on June29, 2009 and ordered Deputy Secretary and Addition Secretary Education to probe into the matter," Muhammad Azam told.

He informed that the inquiry team immediately sealed the record of the library and asked the Secretariat Police Station to depute some official at library to look after the record, however, the suspended DG along with some people reached library on Tuesday morning.

He said that the DG and his party forcefully entered in the library and put the whole record in the vehicle but fortunately the Police Rescue 15 reached on the spot and arrested Ch. Nazir and his accomplices. Acase had also been registered in Secretariat Police Station.

Secretariat police told that a case under section 147, 149 for brawl and 409 for embezzlement in nation exchequer had registered against Ch. Nazir, Sohail, Fazal, Umar Farooq and Muhammad Taufeeq. The Nation

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PTCL & USF sign Rs2.9b contracts
Islamabad: Universal Service Fund signed three contracts with PTCL for providing Broadband Services in the un-served urban areas of Southern Punjab and lower Sindh and for providing Optic Fibre connectivity to all Tehsils in Southern Balochistan.

According to a press release issued here Wednesday, PTCL CEO Walid Irshaid and Chief Executive Officer Universal Service Fund, Parvez Iftikhar signed these contracts. Universal Service Fund shall be paying Rs1.16 billion for the project to provide broadband in un-served urban areas of Southern Punjab (MTR) and Rs550 million for providing broadband in lower Sindh (STR-1). Similarly Rs1.2 billion will be paid to PTCL for laying 1,166 Km Optic Fibre cables in Southern Balochistan. The News

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