Karachi University BSc Examination 2010 result
KU announces BSc Annual Exam result
Karachi, June 21: Girls bagged all the top three positions in the BSc
(Pass) Annual Examination 2010 of the University of Karachi (KU). KU announced
the result of BSc (Pass) Part II/both parts on Monday. Sadaf Nazir of DJ Sindh
Govt Science College stood first by securing 1,242 marks out of the maximum
1,600. Mishal Maria of DHA Degree College for Women with 1,233 marks remained
second. The third position went to Jaweria of the DJ Sindh Govt Science College
with 1,224 marks. According to statistics, a total of 3,277 candidates appeared
in the examination and the pass percentage was 30.66. A KU statement said that
the marks certificates would be issued in due course of time. app
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Students protest against BCom paper
Lahore: A number of students, taking out a rally at the Punjab University (PU), on Monday strongly
protested against the alleged out-of-syllabus question paper of BCom, Part-II
The rally, organised by the Islami Jamiat Talaba (IJT),
started at PU New Campus and culminated at the vice-chancellor's house where the
protestors also chanted slogans.
The students alleged that the paper held
on June 17, 2011 was out of syllabus owing to which they could not attempt it
properly. The students also went out of the campus and blocked the road outside
PU New Campus Gate No 2 for quite some time. However, PU controller of
Examinations Prof Dr Liaqat said the question paper was not out of syllabus and
some students who could not attempt it properly were behind the Monday's
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Lahore: Punjab University on Monday announced the results of various examinations. The exams include BS
Computer Science, First Year, Second Year and Third Year, 2nd Annual Exam 2009
and 1st Annual Exam 2010 and LLM, Final, Annual Exam 2010 and Annual Exam 2011. The news
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BISE online facility shuts down, school authorities aghast
Lahore: The online admission facility provided by the Lahore Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education
(BISE) was shut down before due date, consequently creating problems for owners
and principals of different schools who were yet to register students for class
9 annual examinations.
The school owners claimed that the board
officials, instead of shutting down the facility after the passage of the last
date, closed the online registration during the day hours on the last day of
The last date of submission for online applications was May
31, which was later extended to June 8, however, the candidates and school
owners had time to provide the hard copies of candidates' documents till June
The website was to close at 12am on June 9 but it was shut down on
the evening of June 8. A large number of school owners failed to submit the
application of students owing to unannounced load shedding and early closure of
website. A school owner, seeking anonymity said that he had to
submit the application of more than 500 students of his school. He said that due
to unannounced load shedding, he was unable to submit the applications on time.
"I had to complete the registration of my school students till the
evening of June 8, however, I was unable to do so due to the nonstop load
shedding that day," he said. The owner said that due to the load shedding in his
area, he went to a relative's house, living in some other area, to complete the
submission process. "However, upon opening the website, I was shocked to find
out that the facility had been shut down," he said, adding, "I approached the
board officials the very next day but they clearly denied that the website was
closed on the evening of June 8."
Separately, another school principal
said that he sent the hard copies of documents through courier on June 14, but
the board officials rejected the courier. He said that despite having knowledge
about the electricity problems, the officials are not ready to compromise and
refuse to listen to the problems being faced by school owners, which is
He also said that the BISE website remains busy and
the server of the website was almost always unreachable. He added, "Whenever I
tried to contact the IT Incharge of Lahore Board, Majid Naeem, he refused to
talk properly and did not listen to my problem."
The board officials on
other hand, denied all the allegations, saying that the school owners were
themselves to blame since owing to their laziness, they failed to submit the
applications before the due date.
BISE Secretary Mushtaq Ahmad Tahir
said, "It is the fault of the school owners who were unable to submit the
applications before due date." However, he added, people who were unable to
submit applications can apply again when the facility is reopened from July 1 to
When asked about the unavailability of IT Incharge, Majid Naeem,
he said that Naeem was a BISE consultant and answering to people's queries was
not his job. "If anybody has problems or any questions, he/she should contact
me, not Majid Naeem," he said. Daily times
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Of those who make it to GCU hall of fame
Lahore: The Government College University this past week celebrated the
extraordinary performances of its 26 best debaters, singers and instrumentalists
in the national competitions during the academic year 2010-11.
At a ceremony at university's Syndicate Committee Room hosted by
Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Ikramul Haq, GCU Debating Society Adviser (English)
Siddique Awan said the Society had performed exceptionally well this year and
was all set to break its own record of winning 148 oratory awards in one
Although the declamation had historically been GCU's strong point, he said,
the debating society in recent years had made its mark in extemporary public
GCU Nazir Ahmad Music Society (NAMS) in-charge Tariq Farani said music was a
purist form of art and the most essential part of all the cultures on this
earth. Its expression by human beings and by instruments had been continued
since the dawn of human evolution, he said.
"The NAMS has been playing its role in honing the capabilities of students
and helping them become a little bit professional in the field of music along
with their academics," said Mr Farani.
Stating that the Society had secured top positions in all the music
competitions, Mr Farani said the NAMS clean swept the All-Pakistan Music
Conference with overall six distinctions and lifted the prestigious Syed Wajid
Ali Trophy. It also lifted the team trophy for the sixth consecutive year at the
10th All-Pakistan Music Festival held at Chand Bagh School, beating the singers
from 72 top educational institutions in the country.
Congratulating students on their great performances in the national
competitions, VC Prof Haq said the co-curricular activities especially debates
played a vital role in grooming of students. He said such debates taught
students how to disagree with others while paying respect to their faiths and
He said the GCU had always promoted the culture of tolerance and intellect
through debates, seminars and publications. Being the bastion of liberal
education in Pakistan, he said, the GCU had nurtured some of the most prominent
luminaries of the world.
Meanwhile, the GCU Debating Society also honoured the late Mohib Raza, one of
the most promising orators of GCU who was murdered last week during a private
visit to a tourist resort in Northern Areas.
At the condolence reference attended by a large number of Old Ravians, GCU
Debating Society Adviser (Urdu) Dr Haroon Qadir said Mohib Raza had won more
than 30 prestigious oratory awards during his three-year stint at GCU.
The GCU Debating Society also passed a resolution, requesting the committee
concerned to award the GCU Roll of Honour to the late Mohib Raza posthumously as
he had qualified for it by winning laurels for the university at the national
The reference meeting also proposed to name after Mohib Raza the prestigious
trophy of the GCU Annual Safdar Meer Punjabi Takra. Dawn
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Rs 250m soft loans for PEF schools
Lahore: The Bank of Punjab has allocated Rs 250 million for the distribution of soft loans among the
eligible schools partnered with the Punjab Education Foundation under its
Foundation Assisted Schools (FAS) and New School Programme (NSP).
Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed in this regard between The Bank of
Punjab (BoP) and the Punjab Education Foundation (PEF) at BoP Tower on Monday.
Besides BoP President Naeemuddin Khan and PEF Chairman Raja Muhammad Anwar who
signed the MoU on behalf of their respective organisations, the ceremony was
also attended by MD PEF Ms Ambreen Raza, DMD (F) Salman Anwar Malik and BoP
Chief Manager Tariq Aziz.
Maximum amount of loan will be up to monthly
instalment of schools with cap of Rs 500,000. This soft loan, which will have no
processing fee, will be available to about 2,000 FAS and NSP partner schools of
The Punjab Education Foundation will act as a guarantor of this
loan which will be utilised to improve the schools' infrastructures. According
to terms of loan, it will have repayment period from one year to three years.
Raja Anwar expressed the hope that the initiative would benefit the partner
schools, and students would be the ultimate beneficiaries. The news
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