BISE Peshawar HSSC result
Peshawar, July 16: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Peshawar would announce the result of Higher Secondary School Certificate Annual Examination 2010 on July 19.
A notification to this effect was issued to all the affiliated colleges and higher secondary schools of the board, asking them to submit Rs1,200 with the board so that they could be issued copies of the result.
After submission of the prescribed fee, they would be able to receive gazette books from Government Centennial Model School Number 2, Peshawar city, Government Higher Secondary School No 2, Peshawar, Government Higher Secondary School No 2 Peshawar Cant, Government Higher Secondary School No 1, Charsadda, Government High School Shabqadar and Government Centennial Model School Chitral, the notification said.Your Comments
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USA: According to press reports, Farooq Leghari, the brother of HEC Chairman Dr Javed Leghari, is being indicted for acquiring public assets when he was working as a DCO. Can the government do a favour to the people of Pakistan by providing a list of civilian and military officers who have not acquired any public assets during their tenures? - Dr Najeeb A. Khan
***I appeal to all citizens and the academia to come to the aid of the HEC, which is under intense pressure not to give the factual details of the fake-degree holders. The arrest of the HEC chairman's brother is a shameful act used to intimidate Dr Leghari. I salute him for his courage and uprightness. I request the VCs and professors of all universities to resign as a mark of protest against the arm-twisting techniques being used by the government against the HEC.
This is what really happens when fraudulent and criminal people come into parliament. All those parliamentarians who have fake degrees, dual nationalities or false asset declarations should be tried and put into jail. -Junaid R Qureshi (The news)
Number of lawmakers lying about degrees rises to 37
Islamabad: The Higher Education Commission's count of lawmakers who had lied about their educational qualification at the time of submitting nomination papers for general elections in 2008 is learnt to have risen to 37.
"The HEC until Wednesday has received verification reports from various universities on the educational background of 699 lawmakers and degrees of 37 members of parliament and provincial assemblies have been found to be forged," said a senior HEC official
He said that a three-member committee headed by the commission's adviser on quality assurance and learning innovation, Dr Mehmood Raza, was compiling data received from various universities and was thoroughly checking them to be doubly sure about their authenticity.
According to the HEC, 36 degree-awarding institutions in the country were involved in the verification process. In the first phase, degrees or certificates of 936 lawmakers were sent for confirmation to the universities. Certificates and degrees of 161 lawmakers were sent back to the Election Commission because their photocopies were illegible. After securing legible copies from returning officers, the EC is in the process of sending them to the HEC for their verification from the universities concerned.
"We are hopeful that by July 16 (Friday) the HEC committee will be able to submit a comprehensive report to a house committee which had initiated the across-the-board checking of academic qualifications of all 1170 lawmakers," an HEC official said.
The National Assembly's Standing Committee on Education headed by Abid Sher Ali had asked the Election Commission to provide degrees of all members of Senate and National and provincial assemblies to the HEC for their verification.
So far the HEC has not released the names of parliamentarians and provincial lawmakers whose degrees have turned out to be forged. The sources said that the HEC would forward the final report to the standing committee and the Election Commission, and they would make the names public.
"We are only doing a job and has no mandate to announce the names of the lawmakers who lied about their qualification," an HEC official said. Dawn