FDE annual examinations | Hazara varsity exhibition

Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) exams began
Islamabad, Mar 02: Annual examinations of class III to class VIII will begin today (Monday) and end on March 20, a Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) official said on Sunday.

FDE Director (Model Colleges and Schools) Mujahid Zameer told APP that the class V students would appear in the board examination.

Education Secretary Abdul Rauf said the directorate had directed federal colleges to ensure extra security during the examinations.

Rauf said the examinations were to end on March 18 after a schedule change due to Eid Milad-un-Nabi.

He said a subject's examination, which was slated for March 10, would be held on March 20. He said the FDE would announce result on March 31. App

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Hazara varsity displays paintings on northern areas
Mansehra: The Art and Design Department of the Hazara University on Monday put on display the paintings of renowned artist Zahidul Haq on northern areas, Kaghan, Narain valleys and Kunhar River to attract the tourists to these scenic parts.

Vice-chancellor Dr Ihsan Ali inaugurated the exhibition, and students, faculty members and visiting guests showed keen interest in the pictures and lauded the work of the artist.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr Ali said that Peshawar, whose gardens, trees and parks were painted by the world's renowned artists for their beauty, had lost the grandeur and the residents were suffering from air and smoke pollution.

He stated that the university had registered thousands of archeological sites in the region to attract the foreign and local tourists and holding of the exhibition was also a step in this direction.

He stressed upon the students and visitors to preserve the natural beauty of the area and work to protect it from pollution. The exhibition would remain open till March 2. Dawn

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