UHS, KEMU & AIOU results: PU Security

UHS MBBS result announced
Lahore, March 13, 2008: The University of Health Sciences (UHS), Lahore, on Wednesday, announced the result of MBBS Final Professional (Revised Scheme) Annual Examination 2007 held in January-March 2008.

The candidates appeared from Allama Iqbal Medical College, Lahore, Rawalpindi Medical College, Rawalpindi, Punjab Medical College, Faisalabad, Nishtar Medical College, Multan, Quaid-e-Azam Medical College, Bahawalpur, Shaikh Zayed Medical College, Rahim Yar Khan, Services Institute of Medical Sciences, Lahore, Lahore Medical and Dental College, Lahore, and Fatima Memorial Hospital College of Medicine and Dentistry, Lahore.

A total of 1,433 candidates appeared out of whom 1,146 were declared successful in the examination with 80.65 pass percentage. As many as 275 candidates could not get through the examination while roll numbers of 12 candidates were put on RL list.

Muhammad Zaman Khan, Roll No. 169, from Allama Iqbal Medical College, Lahore, stood first in the examination by securing 1235/1500 (82.33 %) marks, Hina Hafeez Abbasi, Roll No. 2030, from Rawalpindi Medical College, Rawalpindi, got second position by obtaining 1171/1500 (78.07 %) marks while Sara Ijaz Gilani, Roll No. 2095, from Rawalpindi Medical College, Rawalpindi, held third position by getting 1158/1500 (77.20 %) marks in the examination.

The roll numbers of candidates, who got distinction in medicine, are 169 and 2166.

The roll numbers of candidates, who got distinction in Surgery, are 169 and 2095.

The roll numbers of candidates, who got distinction in Obs. & Gynae, are 169, 1277 and 1694.

The roll numbers of candidates, who got distinction in Paed. Medicine, are 124, 166, 169, 196, 657, 954, 1246, 1249, 1250, 1255, 1358, 1359, 1643, 1694, 1722, 1734, 1766, 1814, 2023, 2026, 2030, 2038, 2083, 2100, 2107, 2136, 2142, 2178, 2191, 2209, 2406 and 2416.

The candidates, who could not get through the examination, are required to submit their admission forms on or before 07-04-2008 and with double fee on or before 14-04-2008. The Supplementary Examination 2007 will commence from 22-04-2008. The News

KEMU declares result
Lahore: The King Edward Medical University (KEMU) has declared the result of BSc (Hons) Vision Sciences, part-II, annual examination 2008. As many as 26 candidates had appeared in the exam while 24 were declared successful. Hira Javed, Roll No 8308, stood first, Shumaila Shahzadi, Roll No 8302, got second position, while Ayesha Sarfaraz, Roll No 8318, held third position. The detailed result can be seen on the website www.kemu.edu.pk. Daily Times

AIOU results
Islamabad: Allama Iqbal Open University announced results of spring semester examination here on Wednesday. Controller of Examination Hafeezullah said provisional result cards had been sent to those candidates, who had completed the whole Spring Semester 2007, on their given addresses. He said if any student had not received their results cards as yet, they could obtain information on 051-925001 and 051-9057316 in this regard. While candidates of Matric and FA level, he added, could contact on 051-9057333 and those who had taken exams of BA or CT course on 051-9057325. The students of B.Ed and PTC have been advised to inquire about their results on 051-9057332.

PU decides to boost security
Lahore: The Punjab University Wednesday decided to boost security on its campuses.

According to a press release, the decision was taken at a meeting with Vice-Chancellor Dr Mujahid Kamran in the chair at the Institute of Biochemistry and Biotechnology. The steps to improve security at the PU include increase in the number of security personnel and checking of vehicles on the entry and exit points of the campus. Prof Dr Najma Najam, Prof Dr Khawaja Amjad Saeed, Prof Dr Muhammad Naeem Khan and all deans of faculties, heads of the university departments and colleges attended the meeting.

The participants presented their suggestions to improve the varsity security which included installation of close circuit TV cameras and construction of parking lots away from the academic blocks. Hall Council Chairman Prof Dr Saeed Ahmad Nagra suggested various measures to improve security in the hostel areas. He said that training and passing out sessions of all security personnel of the university should be arranged, besides boosting communication network among them.

The issuance of electronic identity cards of three different colours to the students, faculties and employees was also suggested. Resident Officer-I Prof Bashir Ahmad, who is in charge of varsity security, appealed to all the teachers for their cooperation regarding security measures being taken by the administration.

Security issues of the Allama Iqbal (old) Campus and Gujranwala Campus of the PU also came under discussion. The vice-chancellor welcomed the suggestions from various teachers and asked them that the most important thing was their cooperation with the administration for establishing a safe and clean environment in the university.

PU girls' hostels officials appointed
Lahore: Punjab University Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran has appointed two wardens and three superintendents of three newly-constructed girlsí hostels at New Campus. According to a press release on Wednesday, Prof Rukhsana Kausar of the Department of Applied Psychology and Ms Shazia N Qureshi of the University Law College were appointed as wardens while Dr Farah Kanwal of the Institute of Chemistry, Ms Khujista Rehan of the University Law College and Ms Farza Tareen of the Department of Physics were appointed as superintendents. Hall Council Chairman Prof Dr Saeed Ahmad Nagra issued appointment letters to the appointees and visited the hostels. The News

Inter-collegiate athletics
Lahore: Punjab Group of Colleges (PGC) for Men and Government College for Women won the general trophies here in the Lahore Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education inter-collegiate athletics championship for boys and girls on Wednesday.

PGC, with 157 points, won the boys' trophy while Akhwan College, Burki, remained the runners-up with 87 points. With 53 points each, Government College and Government Islamia College, Civil Lines, shared the runners-up position.

Meanwhile in the girls section, defending champions Government College scored 87 points to retain the title. Dawn



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