Abbottabad board declares intermediate result

Overall success ratio of 45.83 per cent
Aboottabad, July 24: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) has announced the result of intermediate examination. According to the notification issued by the board authorities, total 24,415 students appeared in the examination and 13,386 of them were declared successful with the overall success ratio of 45.83 per cent.Muhammad Uzair (Roll No 52274) stood first by securing 946 marks, Zainab Fida (45290) stood second with 943 marks and Muhammad Zainul Abiddin (49562) stood third by obtaining 939 marks.

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Academic associations threaten protest from Aug 17
Islamabad: Federation of All Pakistan Universities Academic Staff Associations (FAPUASA) President Prof. Kaleemullah Bareech has said that countrywide teachers' body will hold protest demonstrations in the public-sector universities from August 17 to 22 to press for their demands.

Addressing a press conference at National Press Club here Thursday, he said that teachers will wear black armbands, hoist black flags on the campuses during the protest. He said that a convention will also be held in Islamabad in October followed by a public demonstration in front of the Parliament House.

Prof Bareech along with FAPUASA colleagues was addressing the press conference after the 2-day general body meeting of the Federation held at Bara Gali earlier last week on July 14-15 at the summer camp of University of Peshawar. Teachers' representative bodies from all public-sector universities of Pakistan attended the Bara Gali meeting.

Prof. Kaleemullah severely criticised the role of the Higher Education Commission (HEC) for putting curbs on the autonomy of the public-sector universities in the country. He said that the commission is ignoring the teachers' associations in policy-making, which are one of the main stakeholders. Instead of resolving the long-standing issues concerning the university teachers, he said that HEC is adding its share of problems.

Professor Bareech gave details of the demands and recommendations of the general body.

The general body asked the Federal Government to press HEC to accommodate FAPUASA's concern in policy-making regarding higher education.

The general body also criticised the process of appointment of vice chancellors of the public-sector universities, which was termed non-transparent and based on considerations other than merit.

"If HEC criterion is not observed by government-funded universities then how others in private sector would accept these," he asked. The general body demanded from the government to remove all the non-PhD and non-teaching vice-chancellors from the public-sector universities.

The general body called for increasing the PhD allowance from Rs5,000 to Rs10,000 immediately on the pattern of Punjab University and MPhil allowance may be fixed at the rate of Rs5,000 per month. Allowance for indigenous PhD may be increased from five to ten thousand rupees, he asked.

The general body called for uniformity in the salaries and allowances (telephone, fuel, computer, medical etc.) of the employees of the public-sector universities from all provinces.

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Rawalpindi: Ali Quddus Awan of Kaliam Awan has got the Bar-at-Law degree from Lincoln's Inn, London with distinction, says a press release.

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Youth Parliament's study visit to UK
Islamabad: A 15-member delegation of the Youth Parliament of Pakistan left for UK for a weeklong study visit, sponsored by the British High Commission in Islamabad and aimed at understanding the British political and Parliamentary system.

According to a press statement by the British High Commission, the delegation visited the House of Commons to see how the UK Parliament works, and would meet with the youth divisions of UK's leading political parties to learn about the role and functions of youth wings, and the extent to which these wings are represented in the parties' decision making and policy reforms.

The Youth Parliament would also meet Shahid Malik, a British Pakistani Member of Parliament and Minister for Communities & Local Government, along with engaging in a dialogue with the Young Muslim Advisory Group on the nature of community relations and cohesion, especially of the Muslim community in Britain, and the challenges.

Youth Parliament Pakistan is a project conceived, planned and implemented by Pakistan Institute of Legislative Development and Transparency (Pildat) and is funded by the British High Commission in Pakistan since 2007.

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Book on literary figures launched
Peshawar: The second book of noted poetess and fiction and column writer Huma Baig was launched at a ceremony here Thursday with the pledge by the literatus to bring out another collection soon.

The book, 'Batoon Say Khushboo Aye', is a compilation of interviews of famous Urdu, Pashto and Hindko poets and writers. The 250-page book consists of interviews of 24 personalities who have a name among literary circles of the country for their valued contributions.

Prominent among them are Anwar Maqsood, Fatima Surayya Bajia, Ubaidullah Baig, Jamiluddin Aali, Farman Fatehpuri, Aqeel Abbas Jafri, Pashto writers and poets Dr Muhammad Azam Azam, late Prof Preshan Khattak, Prof Abaseen Yousufzai, Dr Salma Shaheen, Zaitoon Bano and Hindko writers Prof Dr Nazir Tabbasum, Professor Nasir Ali Syed and Sajjad Babar.

Sharif Farooq, editor-in-chief of daily newspaper, was chief guest at the function while the speakers included Professor Taha Khan, Professor Dr Nazir Tabbasum, Professor Dr Khalid Mufti, Mushtaq Shabab, Sajjad Babar, Prof Sabeeh Ahmad and Sarwat Tareen.

The speakers lauded the author's contribution, especially her love for Peshawar, which she selected to launch her book. They said the contribution would go a long way in providing readers with information and detailed introduction of the country's famous men of literature. The writer has a close interaction with literary circles of the Frontier and despite shifting to Karachi she chose Peshawar for launching her collection, they said.

In her speech, Huma Baig said the literary figures she interviewed had great contribution for the cause of promoting languages and literature and they deserved acknowledgement. She said another poetic collection of hers was ready for printing and would be launched soon. A collection of fiction was also ready for publication, she added.

Her first book, 'Nuqta Nigah', was also launched in Peshawar on July 26 last year. Belonging to the port city of Karachi, Huma Baig stayed in Peshawar for long time when her husband, Naeem Baig, was posted here as zonal chief of the Bank Al-Falah. After his transfer, the family returned to Karachi, but even then the author decided to launch her book in Peshawar instead of Karachi. The News

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