FBISE SSC supp exam from Aug 25
Islamabad, July 13: Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) will hold supplementary exams of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) from August 25.
The last date for the submission of admission forms along with normal admission fee is July 17. However, the last date for submission of forms with double fee is July 24.
According to official sources of the board, the candidates are advised to ensure the submission of forms on or before due date as no admission form will be entertained after July 24. The admission fee for ex/private candidates of Science and Humanities group is Rs450 for SSC-I and Rs500 for SSC-II. While the fee for additional subjects and improvement of marks is Rs350 and Rs150 respectively. The candidate of Islamabad and Rawalpindi can remit their fee either by pay order, bank draft or directly in the Board's account through Bank Challan at HBL, FBISE branch, H-8/4.
However, all other candidates are directed to remit their fee only through pay order or bank draft in favour of the Controller of Examination (Conduct), FBISE, Islamabad with candidate's name, nature of fee and city name. The NewsYour Comments
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Robotics contest held to promote research
Rawalpindi: Higher Education Commission (HEC) and National University of Science and Technology (NUST) on Saturday organised National Engineering Robotics Contest (NERC) - 2009 at the Electrical and Mechanical Engineering (EME) College, Peshawar Road.
HEC Executive Director (ED) Dr Suhail Naqvi was chief guest on the occasion. NUST Director Lt Gen Muhammad Asghar, EME College Commandant Gen Muhammad Shahid, army personnel, teachers, students' parents and others were also present.
From across the country, 105 teams of 35 universities participated in the competition held under two categories. However, only 25 teams qualified for the final round. The contest also featured Lego robots made by school students.
The EME College commandant said the NERC - 2009 was a joint project held to promote research in robotics and its related fields in Pakistan.
He said the contest nurtured an environment for interrogation and evaluation of various mechanical designs, algorithms and agent architecture.
The HEC ED said the commission was trying to revolutionise higher education sector. He regretted that ratio of highly educated persons in Pakistan was lower than those in Africa despite allocation of hefty budget for higher education.
The winner of the NERC - 2009 shield with Rs 80,000 cash prize was awarded to "Challegner" of College of Applied Sciences and Engineering (CASE), Islamabad. "Sylar" of the EME College stood second with Rs 50,000 prize money.
Third and fourth positions went to "Gladiator" of CASE, Islamabad, and "Wendrer" along with Rs 40,000 and Rs 35,000 prize money respectively. The "Youngest Contestant Award" of Rs 5,000 was given to Daniyal Mustafa of Head Start School of Karachi. Daily Times
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