Abbottabad BISE announces HSSC results
Abbottabad, July 25: Malik Abdul Wahab of Pakistan International Public School and College stood first by securing 958 marks in the intermediate examination of the Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education Abbottabad.
Danial Sajjad of Al-Quran Beacon Public School & College, Mansehra was placed second by obtaining 946 marks while Hina Shaukat of Jinnah Jame School & College, Haripur clinched third position with 945 marks.
Announcing the top 20 positions here on Sunday, the controller of examination said in the pre-medical group (female) Aqsa Shehzadi of the Jinnah Jame School & College, Haripur bagged first position by getting 936 marks. Rabia Kanwal of the same school secured second position by obtaining 935 marks and Maryam Khalid of Quaid-e-Azam Public School, Haripur clinched third position with 926 marks.
In the pre-medical group (male), Danial Sajjad of Al Quran Beacon Public School & College, Mansehra was first, Malik Irfan Mehmood of Jinnah Jame Public School, Haripur was second and Shahryar Khan of Pakistan International Public School & College was third with 946, 931 and 928 marks, respectively. Hina Shaukat, Tanzeela Irshad and Quratul Ain got the top three positions in the pre-engineering group (female) by securing 945, 942 and 939 marks, respectively.
Malik Abdul Wahab won first position in the pre-engineering group (male) by securing 958 marks. Saudur Rehman and Danial Nawaz jointly got second position by getting 940 marks while Fahad Irfan and Hamza Saeed Qureshi shared the third position with 934 marks.Your Comments
D.Com, DBA position holders belong to poor families, need help
Peshawar: Almost all the position-holders in Khyber Pakhtun-khwa Technical Board s Diploma in Commerce (D.Com) and Diploma in Business Administration (DBA) examination belong to poor families and can hardly afford their educational expenses.
Mariam Kainat, a student of Syed Ahmad Shaheed College of Commerce, Mansehra, who topped the DBA examination, wants to do Chartered Accountancy (CA), but might not be able to accomplish her mission due to poverty.
Daughter of Shahid Raja from Mansehra district in Hazara, Mariam Kainat got 1209 out of 1400 marks to top the board. She said she was even unable to afford the expenses while studying for the DBA, but her college provided her scholarship and she managed to complete the diploma.
Now if I take admission in CA, I would be admitted directly to the module-B as I have already covered the module-A by getting maximum marks in the DBA. But the per semester cost at the CA is Rs25,000, which my father cannot afford, she said.
Owing to financial constraints, the talented student would opt for the Bachelor in Business Administration (BBA) and that too on scholarship, she remarked.
Mariam Kainat said she fell ill during her examination, but she continued her hard work. The board of technical education awarded her a commendation certificate and cash prize of Rs20,000 for her outstanding performance.
Mohammad Hassan, who topped the D.Com examination, also comes from a modest background. His father Mohammad Parvez is a tailor in his native Shabqadar in Charsadda district. He obtained 1054 out of 1200 marks to secure top position in the board.
He was very excited to do the CA and play a role in the development of the country. Mohammad Hassan said the credit should go to his college, the Muslim College of Commerce, for his brilliant performance. He said the college administration not only awarded scholarship to him and other outstanding students, but the principal himself supervised their studies.
Mohammad Yaqoob Sahil, who stood second in the D.Com examination, hails from Sadda town of the turbulent Kurram Agency. A student of the Muslim College of Commerce, he obtained 1010 out of 1200 marks.
Son of a poor vendor, Mohammad Yaqoob also wants to do CA. He too lauded his college for providing the students the best environment for study and competition. In the Part-I, I had secured sixth position, but due to the supervision and motivation by the college principal and teachers, I improved my position to second in the board, he remarked.
Ayesha Iqbal, a student of Syed Ahmad Shaheed College, Mansehra, wanted to do B.Com and then M.Com. Hailing from Mansehra, she attributed her success to the prayers of her father Mohammad Iqbal. She, too, belongs to a poor family.
Some senior academicians said majority of the position-holders in the recent examinations from different boards belonged to poor families and needed proper support and encouragement to pursue higher education. The news
UoP admin accused of irregularities
Peshawar: The leaders of different student organisations on Saturday accused University of Peshawar administration of irregularities and demanded of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa governor to take action against the relevant officials within one week otherwise they would launch a protest movement.
Addressing a joint press conference, Azad Pakhtun Students Federation leader Yasir Nawaz Yousafzai, People's Students Federation spokesman Fahim Khattak and several others claimed that they had proofs about embezzlement of funds and illegal appointments in the university.
Showing some documents to journalists, Mr Yousafzai said that an irrelevant person had been appointed at Bari Gali summer campus. He spent huge funds at his free will in violation of rules but no action was taken against him, he added.
Similarly, he said, many people including hundreds of class-1V employees had been appointed during the last three years without fulfilling the required criteria. The documents of many of them were doubtful, he said.
Mr Yousafzai alleged that an employ was posted as deputy registrar in BPS-16 and within one year he was promoted to grade 18 without taking the university syndicate members into confidence.
All the appointments, he said, had been made on the basis of nepotism and deserving candidates were ignored. Besides, the university administration has illegally allotted luxurious residences to people on the campus and in Bara Gali in violation of
"Director Admission Dr Hizbullah, who is stated to be a close associate of the vice-chancellor, has embezzled huge amount but no action has been taken against him," the student leader alleged.
He said that in some cases the administration tried to dodge the court but failed to do so. That's why notices had been issued to relevant officials, he added. Dawn
Bids to remove ICU registrar opposed
Peshawar: The Teaching Staff Association of the Islamia College University here Friday said that it was deeply shocked by reports that efforts were underway to illegally remove the university registrar.
In the University Act, the association pointed out, there was elaborate description of the limits of the role of the chancellor and procedure for appointing or removing the registrar.
According to the prescribed procedure, the registrar can be removed only by the Senate on advice of the vice-chancellor on the grounds of inefficiency or misconduct. As such, there is no provision for the chancellor office or the provincial secretariat to do so, it added.
The teaching community and other employees of the university are perfectly satisfied with the performance of the incumbent registrar and vice- chancellor, it added. It is only a handful of elements with vested interests who are trying to defame the institution and get the registrar removed in order to pave the way for their illegal plans, the release added. The news