Malakand SSC results | KP education budget

Malakand BISE announces SSC results
Timegara, June 09: Ikramul Haq and Lubna Bibi have secured first and second position, respectively, in the annual secondary school certificate (SSC) examinations-2012 of the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Malakand.

Mr Haq, a student of University Public School, Chakdara, secured the overall top position by obtaining 969 marks, while Lubna Bibi of Allama Iqbal Model School and College, Sakhakot, stood second with 964 marks. Shayan Amin grabbed third position by securing 959 marks.

Announcing the results on Friday, controller of examinations Jehandad Khan Marwat said that a total of 29,244 students appeared in class 10th exams, of which 23,735 were declared passed. He said that 18,130 students appeared in science group exams of which 15,544 were declared successful with 85.74 pass percentage, while 11,114 students of humanities group appeared in the exams of which 8,191 passed the

The controller said that Ms Hina Gul of government girls' high school, Palai, stood first in humanities group with 839 marks, private candidate Javid Iqbal of Malakand got 787 marks and stood second, while Ms Sara Ali of girls' high school, Palai, bagged 784 marks to get third position.

Mr Marwat claimed that it was for the second time that the BISE Malakand announced the SSC results before any other board in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

Speaking on the occasion, board chairman Prof. Mohammad Ayaz praised the provincial government's initiative to allocate 4 per cent of the
GDP for promotion of education in the province.

The board officials also distributed shields among the top 20 position-holder students and heads of their institutions. It was noted that seven girl students were among the top 20 position holders, while the University Public School, Chakdara, grabbed nine of the top 16 positions.

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KP education budget: Non-development spending gets lion's share
Peshawar: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has allocated Rs12.18 billion worth of cumulative funds for carrying out development projects under higher education and elementary and secondary education sectors in its next financial year's annual development programme, reflecting a marginal increase of Rs114 million compared to the outgoing fiscal.

According to the ADP, the elementary and secondary education sector will get Rs7.116 billion in the next financial year, reflecting a decrease by around Rs872 million compared to the revised estimates of the outgoing financial year's ADP.

However, the government has projected an increased development outlay for the higher education sector for which an allocation of Rs5.1 billion has been made under the new ADP, up from Rs4.1 billion spent in the outgoing financial year.

On the current budget side (salaries of the education sector staff and expenditure under the non-salary heads), the province has estimated to spend Rs75.3 billion for elementary and secondary education, showing an increase by Rs23.165 billion compared to the revised estimates of the outgoing financial year's budget.

Similarly, out of the current budget an amount of Rs5.4 billion has been earmarked for higher education and Rs2.82 billion for technical education.

The provincial government claims the allocation for education sector has been increased to four per cent of the total provincial GDP, which, as per its claim, is the highest among all four provinces.

Of the Rs5.4 billion higher education allocation, a sum of Rs4.6 billion will be incurred on salaries and the remaining amount of Rs761 million will be eaten up by multiple heads of the non-salary account. The current budget for the higher education reflects an increase by Rs650 million in the new financial year. The provincial government spent a total of Rs4.7 billion on the higher education (current side) in the outgoing financial year.

Of the ADP allocations, the money allocated for technical education will be utilised for establishing new technical institutes, modernising some old institutions and increasing the capacity and enrollment of students.

Besides, Rs1.2 billion will also be used for carrying out 90 projects for promotion of education across the province. During the next fiscal, some 25 new projects will be launched, while work on 65 ongoing projects will continue.

In the current financial year, the elementary and secondary education department will focus on promoting education at all tiers, maintaining gender balance, constructing and upgrading infrastructure, provision of basic facilities, procurement of equipment and furniture, and capacity building of teachers.

According to the budget document, it will also continue its programs for providing free textbooks up to higher secondary levels, stipends to the girl students and incentives for female teachers in remote and difficult areas.

The significant projects in the sector are establishment of model schools in Haripur, Hangu, Charsadda, Mardan and Battagram districts, establishment of a cadet college and major supportive reforms programs with the assistance of DFID and European Union."The higher education sector will primarily focus on its ongoing program and its new portfolio includes plans for provision of additional facilities in government colleges, strengthening of existing public libraries, capacity building and establishment of pre-service academy for teachers, connecting its colleges with Pakistan Education & Research Network and procurement of science equipment, machinery, sports gear, furniture and books for government colleges."

The targets set by the provincial government are the establishment of 100 new primary schools and 50 new primary schools in rented buildings in urban areas. Similarly, 50 primary schools will be upgraded to middle level in deficient union councils and 50 new middle schools will be established in rented buildings in urban areas.

A total of 50 middle schools will be upgraded to high level in deficient union councils and 25 high schools will be upgraded to higher secondary level in deficient union councils.

During the next fiscal, 245 IT labs and 50 science labs will be established in high and higher secondary schools, while 500 additional classrooms will be set up and 500 primary schools will be provided with basic facilities.

Work on six male and eight female government colleges will be completed, while Bachelor of Science programme will be initiated in 39 male and 16 female government colleges.

Likewise, transport facilities will be provided in 10 government colleges and 154 government colleges will be provided with furniture, library books and sports equipment. The department also plans start of a scholarship scheme for girls in Torghar and Kohistan districts for reducing dropout rate.

Under the plan, Rs1,500 per month will be given to 250 girls students from class 1-5 for five years from five areas of Torghar district as scholarship, while Rs2,000 per month will be offered to 250 girls students from class 6-10 for five years from five areas of the district.

Also during the next fiscal, Rs2,000 per month will be provided to 100 girls students per class from class 6-10 in Kohistan for five years, while 100 students will be selected on merit through ETEA test every year.

According to the budget document, a sum of Rs242 million will be spent on the programme in both districts during financial year 2012-13. Dawn

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11th edition of NUML's research journal launched
Islamabad: A launching ceremony for 11th edition of an Urdu research and critical inquiry journal 'Daryaft' was held here at National University of Modern Languages (NUML) on Friday, says a press release.

The journal is published annually by the Department of Urdu Language and Literature and it is the 11th annual edition of this journal. The launching ceremony was attended by NUML Director General Brig Azam Jamal, National Language Authority Chairman Dr Anwaar Ahmed, Pakistan Academy of Letters Chairman Abdul Hameed, intellectual Iftikhar Arif, Head of Urdu Department of International Islamic University Islamabad Dr Najeeb Jamal, Head of Urdu Language and Literature Department NUML Dr Robeena Shaheen and many other literary dignitaries of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.

Speaking on this occasion Dr Anwaar Ahmed said that the university and all those who have contributed and worked for the continuous and successful publication of the research journal deserve applause.

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ISS holds first graduation ceremony
Islamabad: The International School System (ISS) held its first graduation ceremony, says a press release.

MNA Anjum Aqeel Khan was the chief guest on the occasion.

The students of the ISS performed different skits and tableaux.

ISS Managing Director Ameer Jehanzeb welcomed all to the first graduation ceremony of the International School System. "The objective of holding this ceremony is to motivate and inspire the young learners to accelerate their learning process. The event will certainly enhance their spirit and potential to achieve better goals in future," he added.

He appreciated the dedication of Pre-School Directress Aliya Shahid and her devoted team, who paid personal attention to every child.

The chief guest, MNA Aqeel Anjum Khan, awarded graduation diplomas to the ISS students. He appreciated the performance of the students.

In the end, there was a cake cutting ceremony attended by the management, students and teachers. The news

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