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Balochistan University MA/MSc results
Quetta, May 31, 2008: University of Balochistan Quetta announced results of 25 subjects in MA/MSc annual examination 2007 here on Friday. These subjects are Chemistry, Biochemistry, Zoology, Botany, Mathematics, Statistics, Geography, Physics, International Relations, Political Science, Islamiat, Social Work, Urdu, English, Pashto, Persian, Brahvi, Balochi, Sociology, Pakistan Studies, Psychology, Philosophy, History, Economics and Mass Community.University also declared result of Master of Commerce annual examination 2007. Ppi

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"thanks for results announcement.but it is necessary in my opinion that it is good to publish on website of University."
Name: wahab
City, Country: musa khail, Pakistan

"we all the students are waiting for the good herald of MSc annual exame result .it hsa been expected that a good precntage will be there due to the due late of result thnks "
Name: mateen kakar
City, Country: ziarat, Pakistan

"i was the students of this university of m.a english department.ill be thankful to you if you tell me, when the result of english department is going to b announce."
Name: summiya
City, Country: chakwal, Pakistan

"AslamoAlaikum! Why am I not finding the result of M.A urdu. Please, guide me in this problem, thanks, Allah Hafez."
Name: Farooq Ahmed Panjabi
City, Country: Dera Murad Jamali, Pakistan

"i was a student of political science in this university.i m grateful for the annoncement of the result but i was a bit disappointed not to find the result on the website of university. "
Name: tanzil ahmed
City, Country:panjgur, Pakistan

"Please send me result of Mr.Muhammed Zaman he is studen of Balochistan university Quetta and is roll No:26540"
Name: Munir Ahmed
City, Country:balochistan.pakistan

"I was a student of Balochistan Universty i am waiting for my result i donot know why it is late,because i have to do my M,Phill after that."
City, Country:Mastung,Pakistan


"Dear, It is therefore, requested to please, I wish detail me University of Balochistan MA/MSc Rresults but there are not announced result after 10th month the result not announced we are very upseat because for our jobs in the country, thanks Best Regards"
Name: Muhammad Shafeeq
City, Country:Quetta and Pakistan

"we all students r waiting for the result of MA balochistan university 2010 still they r late after 10 months"
Name: Amir Hamza
City, Country:Quetta

City, Country:QUETTA

"reach result"
Name: zeeshan
City, Country: Quetta,pakistan

"Assalam o alikum! I m much surprising about the MSc result of Queeta Univ Balochistan that it has been out after a very long time. What is the cause of this long delay? If some1 has the ans,contact me on this no.*************"
Name: Irshad ullah
City, Country: Sarai Naurang Pakistan

"this is not good to announced late result of ma. i dont know the reason why? if it come one month before i can take 16 grade in Baluchistan package. know i get 14 .no problem alhamdullah i get pass. thank you balochistan university"
Name: shah muhammad
City, Country: pishin

"i wanna see the result of M.A."
Name: humayun73
City, Country: Quetta, pakistan

"still waiting for result thanks to unv of balochistan to unounce that"
Name: baseer assakzai
City, Country: quetta

"here is not any result of M.A IR Please if any found paste the link thanks."
Name: Arslan Ahmed
City, Country: quetta

"can u tell me k political science ka result kb announce ho ga?"
Name: khan kakar
City, Country: Quetta

"kia app bata sakty he k M A ir ka resulte kab announce hoga plzzzzz"
Name: Syed Naseebullah
City, Country: pishin pakistan

"ham pas kese hon gay ?"
Name: Syed Naseebullahhah
City, Country: sibi

Name: Sadiq Khan wali
City, Country: chaman

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Tobacco-free Youth
The World No Tobacco Day is held globally on May 31. This year's theme, Tobacco-free Youth, is a reminder to us all that we need to take measures to prevent young people from using tobacco, the most powerful addictive substance currently available in the world.

Tobacco is the only legal consumer product that kills almost half of its users, with its victims dying 15 to 20 years prematurely on average. According to WHO, 5.4 million people died last year because of tobacco. This toll is expected to rise to 10 million per year by 2025 if the tobacco epidemic goes unchecked.

There are approximately 1.8 billion young people between the ages of 10 and 24 years of age in the world today with more than 85 per cent living in developing countries. Having survived the vulnerable childhood period, these young people are generally healthy.

However, as the tobacco industry intensifies its efforts in developing countries like Pakistan to hook new, young and potentially lifelong tobacco users, the health of a significant number of our young people is seriously threatened.

Nicotine is a highly addictive substance and child and adolescent experimentation can easily lead to a lifetime of tobacco dependence.

The transition from high school to college is a critical period to adopt healthy habits and lifestyles. Unfortunately during this vulnerable period, many of our young people fall victim to aggressive marketing by the tobacco industry and become regular smokers.

The tobacco industry spends millions of rupees in the country annually in marketing their deadly products. Their activities are intended to bring young and hopefully lifelong tobacco users into the fold.

In a recent survey, 24 per cent of college students in Karachi were found to be regular smokers. A similar survey in Islamabad showed the prevalence of smoking among young people to be even higher at 28 per cent.

Sadly, girls are also taking up this deadly addiction which is responsible for the deaths of over 100,000 people every year in Pakistan.

One of the most effective ways to protect young people from the harmful effects of tobacco use is to ban the promotion of tobacco products, and to bar the sponsorship of any events or activities by the tobacco industry.

Young people tend to copy show business celebrities and there is a need to strictly ban tobacco scenes in our films and TV dramas.

Our political leaders should also refrain from smoking in public in order to promote a non-smoking culture in our society.

An anti-smoking ordinance passed by the federal government in 2002 clearly states that tobacco products could not be sold to people under the age of 18 but everyone knows how easy it is for a minor to buy cigarettes or other tobacco products in Pakistan. Policymakers should be aware that voluntary policies introduced by tobacco companies do not work.

Also educational institutions are supposed to be smoke-free zones but sadly tobacco products are being openly sold inside universities and colleges in Pakistan.

In countries where clean air laws are being implemented, tobacco use among young people has declined.

Our government and civil society must come forward and protect young people from this addiction and take appropriate measures to control this single largest preventable cause of death in the country today.

DR JAVAID KHAN - Aga Khan University, Karachi (Dawn)

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HEC to hold Pakistan Universities Games from next year
Peshawar: Higher Education Commission will hold Pakistan Universities Games from next year in order to ensure maximum participation of the students. The recommendations in this connection was approved in the a high level meeting of the HEC Sports Promotion Committee held at Bara Gali, a summer campus of the University of Peshawar, on Friday.

Rahim Barkat Chana, Director General (Sports) of the HEC chaired the meeting. It was also attended by the members of the concerned Universities Dr. Javed Asghar (PU), Haji Muhammad Shafique (Agri Faisalabad), Abida Shaheen (KU), Manzoor Hussain Shah (IIU, Islamabad), Zain-ul-Abin (AJK University)), Zainullah Janan (BU), and Bahre Karam (UoP).

The meeting decided to add Pakistan University Games as a new activity and it would be part of the Inter-University Games schedule. The Games will be awarded turn-by-turn to the Universities where all the facilities would be available.

In a proposed recommendation, the meeting named UoP, KU and PU to whom the Games would be awarded while University of AJK expressed the desire to hold Pakistan University Women Games.

The proposed recommendation would be put in the general council meeting to be held in the first week of the August, the meeting told. It was also decided that the Games would be given a regular status.

Each Game will be consisting of three events and the participations of the teams from all 126 Universities affiliated with HEC would be ensured. To ensure technical support it was decided to develop (TOs) from own resources for every year three courses would be conducted where physical teachers from school, colleges and Universities would be invited.

Barkat Chana on this occasion assured that all efforts would be utilized on consensus to achieve the desired results of involving more students in the Games.

The meeting observed that recommendations would be formulated with zeal and spirit and viewpoint of every individual would be taken seriously. The meeting also considered swimming as major game while the criteria of the IOC, POA would consulted before including new event in the HEC Games list.

Players' selection for foreign tour would be made through elevation table. It also decided that the parent University would grant NOC to players while both player and official should abide HEC player code of conduct. The meeting was of the view that Foreign Universities would be invited to have different games series to ensure maximum participation.

At the end, the meeting paid rich tributes to the Vice Chancellor UoP for taking keen interest in sports. The meeting also constituted a three members prize review comprising Bahr-e-Karam, Dr. Javed and Haji Shafique.

Earlier, the meeting offered Fateh for Najeebullah Chana, Director Sports Mehran University on the death his brother and sister. App

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Award ceremony at FUUAST
Islamabad: Federal Urdu University for Arts, Science and Technology (FUUAST) arranged on Friday a prize distribution ceremony for those students who shone in different competitions during the 'sports week'.

About 35 students participated in the contests for Urdu and English debates, painting, table tennis, badminton, football and cricket.

Northern Areas and IT Minister Qamaruzaman Kaira was the chief guest at the ceremony.

FUUAST Vice Chancellor Dr Muhammad Qaiser praised the students for participating in competitions. He said those failed to get a prominent position should not lose heart and continue hard work to achieve their goals.

He said the university was unable to hire qualified faculty because of restrictions on it. He said, "The restrictions have deprived students of their right to be taught by highly qualified teachers."

He said the Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC) had not accredited the university due to unavailability of competent faculty. "The objection from the PEC has led many students to dejection because their unaccredited degrees will be less acceptable in the market," he said.

He said the university had to pay Rs 20 million rent per annum because it did not have its own campus, demanding that the government allot land for the campus.

He also drew the minister's attention towards unavailability of transport facility for the students.

Kaira promised that restrictions on the university would soon be lifted and that the government would address all problems facing the students. He said the government would increase budget for education this year. Daily Times

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