FBISE SSC Part-I result
Islamabad, July 05: The Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) will announce result of Secondary School Certificate (Part-I) Examination, 2012 tomorrow (July 6).
The result for the exams held in the months of March/April will be available on the website of Federal Board at the address www.fbise.edu.pk.
The result will also be available on SMS unified code 5050 for which the candidates are required to send SMS in following format FB(space)[roll number].Your Comments
Islamabad: Syeda Maria Bukhari, (Roll No 142190), a student of The Educators Schoool, Bhara Kahu secured 981 marks in Secondary School Certificate Annual Examination 2012 held under Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, says a press release.
She notched first position in her class, leaving the runner up of her school at a tally of 922 marks.
iUSE affiliated with UET Taxila
Rawalpindi: The iUSE School of Engineering and School of Management Sciences have been affiliated with University of Engineering and Technology (UET), Taxila, says a press release.
In this regard a ceremony was held at the UET, Taxila which was attended by UET, Taxila Vice Chancellor Professor Dr. Muhammad Abbas Choudhary and iUSE Direct General Dr. Hafeez Ur Rahman along with professors of the university and iUSE.
iUSE will impart education in the engineering disciplines (electrical, mechanical, mechatronics, and software) and Management Sciences (BS Computer Sciences, BBA, MBA). iUSE is situated at Malikabad Complex, Murree Road. It is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, highly qualified faculty.
At the end of the ceremony UET, Taxila vice chancellor congratulated iUSE direct general and prayed for the progress and success of iUSE.
Uswa College students shine in SSC exams
Islamabad: Uswa College Islamabad, Japan Road, Sehala, Islamabad, has shown excellent results in SSC-II annual examinations held under the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, says a press release.
A total of 49 boys appeared out of whom 45 got A-1 grade. 14 students got 90% and above marks including Tabish Ali (1003 marks), Muhammad Mustafa (979), Mubashir Abbas 978, Muhammad Ali Usama (965), Kashif Raza 959, Ali Haider (958), Muhammad Ali (956), Sammar Abbas (951), Noor Muhammad (949), Muhammad Hussain (948), Shahzaib Badar Satti (947), Abbas Ali (946), Amir Hussain (945), Muhamamd Saqlain 945) and remaining 4 got A grade. The college with 5.92 GPA is ranked 5th among 798 schools and colleges, which participated in the FBISE Matriculation Examinations 2012.
KMU facing severe financial crunch
Peshawar: Like other universities of the province, the Khyber Medical University (KMU) is also facing severe financial problems due to the cut in grant, withholding of the development fund and unjust distribution of funds by the Higher Education Commission (HEC).
"The HEC could release only Rs6.98 million additional grant against the promised amount of Rs69.33 million for the increased salaries, revised allowances and accommodation," said a communiqué of the KMU on Wednesday.
It added that the KMU had adopted stringent austerity measures to adjust expenses within the available resources, adding, a ban had been imposed on filling the vacant positions, purchase of equipment and ensuring minimum use of electricity.
The statement said these measures would help overcome the financial deficit to some extent. "The university is facing problem in paying the arrears to its employees on account of increase in salary as announced by the government in the budget," it added. The news