Girls outshine boys in BISE Peshawar HSSC examination
Peshawar, July 22: The girl's students of Jinnah College, Peshawar have outclassed boys by grabbing all the three top positions in the Higher Secondary School Certificate's annual examination of Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Peshawar 2009. According to results, Bushara Khalid, Roll No. 50665, has topped the overall and pre-medical group of the intermediate examination by obtaining 968 marks, Sana Pervez Roll No. 50667 with 960 marks stood second while Humeria Usman Roll No.50658 grabbed third position respectively.
The position-holders are students of Jinnah Collage Peshawar. The students of Islamia College Peshawar have clinched the first, second and third position in pre-engineering group as Faheemullah Roll No. 60734 grabbed first position with 949 marks, Bilal Khan Roll No. 60689 with 945 marks and Shah Rukh Khan Roll No. 60667 with 930 marks obtained third position respectively.
In Humanities Group, Nasir Shahzad Roll No. 76246 of Islamia College Peshawar secured Ist position, Hina Habib Roll No. 71501 of Jinnah College with 875 marks grabbed second position while the third position was shared by Neelum Ali Roll No.71508 of Jinnah College and private candidate Shakeela Naz Roll No.88226.
In Theology Group, Syed Tayyib Shah of Islamia College Peshawar clinched first position with 893 marks. Overall 34557 candidates were appeared in Part-1 out of whom 22524 were declared successful with passing percentage of 65.18. In Part-I Pre-Medical Group, total 6839 regular candidates were appeared out of whom 5534 were declared successful with 80.90 percent success ratio.
In Part-1 Pre-Engineering group, a total 5610 regular candidates tried their luck out of whom 4639 were declared successful with 82.89 percent success ratio. In General Science Group, a total of 2722 regular candidates appeared out of whom 1772 have passed it with passing percentage of 65.09.
In Part-II Pre-Medical Group, 5025 candidates were declared successful out of 5813 regular candidates with 86.44 percent success ratio. Likewise, in Pre-Engineering Group, a total of 3987 passed the annual examination out of 4405 regular candidates with success ratio of 90.51 percent.
In General Science Group of Part-II, as many as 1916 regular candidates were appeared out of whom 1428 were declared successful with 74.53 percent success ratio. Overall in Part-11, a total of 32964 candidates were appeared out of whom 22296 were declared successful with success ratio of 67.64 percent.Your Comments
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Peshawar D.Com, D.BA results announced
Peshawar: The NWFP Board of Technical Education Peshawar has announced the schedule for D.Com and D.BA part-I and II supplementary examination 2009 which will start from 7th October, this year. The last dates for the submission of admission forms and fee in the office of the Assistant Controller of Examination, NWFP Board of Technical Education Peshawar have been announced.
According to details; the forms and fee for the above mentioned exams can be submitted without late fee till 08-08-2009, with late fee of Rs. 150/- till 15th August, 2009, with double exam fee till 22-08-2009 and triple fee till 29-08-2009. No admission form will be entertained after the last date. F.P Report
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Entry test for engg, medical colleges
Peshawar: The entry test for admission to engineering and medical colleges of NWFP will be held in Peshawar and Abbottabad on August 9 and 16, respectively.
The decision was taken at the 19th meeting of Board of Governors of Educational Testing and Evaluation Agency (ETEA) held here on Tuesday. Presided over by Chief Minister Ameer Haidar Hoti, the meeting was attended by NWFP Minister for Higher Education Qazi Mohammad Asad, secretary for higher education, vice-chancellor, Engineering University Peshawar, chairman, Higher Education Regulatory Authority, principal, Gomal University, chairman, Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Malakand and officials of the health department.
Revised budget of ETEA for the year 2008-09 and budget estimates for the year 2009-10 were also approved during the meeting. It was decided that the Bannu Examination Centre would be cancelled and its candidates be allowed to appear for the test at the Peshawar centre. The entry test at Peshawar would be held at Karnel Sher Khan Shaheed Stadium and at Ayub Medical College in Abbottabad. Administrative Committees were also approved for Peshawar and Abbotabad centres, which would look after the matters related to the test.
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UoP employees seek probe into Rs500m housing project
Peshawar: All the teaching and non-teaching employees of the University of Peshawar have demanded of the university chancellor to constitute a high-level inquiry commission for investigating into the loss of over Rs500 million in construction of 67 houses.
The demand came through a unanimous resolution adopted by the joint general body of all the associations of the University of Peshawar - Peshawar University Teachers Association (PUTA), University of Peshawar Employees Association (Class III), Class IV Employees Union and Sanitation Staff Association - held here on Tuesday that said that responsibility for scam should be fixed and those found responsible for loss should be brought to justice.
The resolution stated that the inquiry commission must investigate the selection of a local and blacklisted architect for designing the houses and look into the relationship between the architect and the in-charge of the project, who is also a director in the vice-chancellor secretariat. Also, it stated, an inquiry should be held into award of the construction contract to the National Logistic Cell without any open tender and fulfilment of necessary formalities.
The resolution said that the construction of the said houses could not be completed within the stipulated time - December 2007 - and is yet to complete. The general body observed that despite the promise by the chancellor to constitute a similar commission in the Senate meeting of the University of Peshawar held in February 2008, no step could so far be taken.
Through another resolution, the meeting stressed the need for settlement of disputes amongst the sister universities on the university campus, saying the engineering, agriculture, medical and Islamia College universities should be re-located outside the campus.
Opposing the upgrading of Islamia College to university level, the meeting observed that there was no need for establishing two general universities within one campus. The meeting declared that the Islamia College University should, therefore, be shifted somewhere outside the campus and the Islamia College Peshawar should be maintained as constituent college of the University of Peshawar.
Besides, all the employees working in the Islamia College University should be given the option of joining the University of Peshawar, while admission to the children of all the employees of the University of Peshawar should be given in Islamia College as per past practice.
The meeting also expressed deep concern over the unscheduled power outages on the university campus and urged the authorities concerned to put immediate end to it.
The meeting demanded of University of Peshawar Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Azmat Hayat Khan to resolve the problem of the university employees not being accepted by the Islamia College University. The News
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