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FBISE describes news incorrect on leakage of chemistry paper
Islamabad, May 15, 2008: The Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) has described the news published in a section of the press on 14th May under the caption of "FBISE FSc papers selling like hot cakes" as incorrect and baseless that question paper of Chemistry of HSSC Part-1 was leaked or changed just one day prior to the examination commencement.

"It is categorically denied that the question paper of Chemistry in HSSC Part-I examination held on 13 May, 2008 was leaked or changed by the Board for any reason whatsoever. The news story is a factual misstatement and absolutely incorrect and baseless" Muzaffar ul Hassan Controller of Exams said in a press release issued here on Wednesday.

The Board regretted that no prior confirmation or verification of the story was sought from the Board or its senior officials who were present in the Board till at least 1700 hours on 13th May, 2008, he added.

He said that the Board had, as per its secrecy policy and standards, made foolproof arrangements for the secrecy of its question papers including that of Chemistry in HSSC Part-1 Examination held on 13th May, 2008.

He said the entire top management of the Board (including the Chairman, Controller of Examination, Director Research/Academics and Secretary of the Board) were throughout present in the office monitoring the conduct of exam on 13th May, 2008 till at least 1700 hours.

He said no report from any quarter whatsoever of any incident of leakage of question paper of Chemistry was made to or received by the Board.

Similarly, he added no such report or information was received either from the Board's centre inspectors working throughout the country including Islamabad comprising of members of the Board of Governors of FBISE, senior educationists, officers of the Board and members of the Monitoring and Evaluation Teams of the Ministry of Education.

He said the story was unfortunately published merely on the base of some hearsay attributed unnamed persons since nothing as stated in the story took place to begin with.

He said it would only be advisable in future that no such stories or news items are published without proper verification as it not only maligns the good name earned by the Board by its seamless conduct of exams in the past, but also creates unfounded doubts in the minds of general public about the credibility of qualifications of innumerable students appearing in the Board's exams putting at stake their future careers.

The news item carried a story of leakage of question paper of Chemistry in HSS Part-1 Examination and that Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) changed the question paper after its leakage just a day prior to the examination, but the changed paper was also leaked. App

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"We dont know about the leakage of paper but the paper was frustrating and full of mistakes. What the model papers are meant for when these are not supposed to be followed by the paper setters? Can someone answer my question from the board administration? Even the bright students were in tears. What the FBISE is trying to judge from the students?"
Name: Arifa
Email: mirarifa@hotmail.com
City, Country: Doha, Qatar.

"The paper was surely leaked, everyone was talking about it even before the paper was started, and the paper was also full of mistakes. Even the questions werent written in proper English."
Name: Javaria Qazi
Email: javaria_qazi@hotmail.com
City, Country: Abbottabad, Pakistan

"sir the paper of of chem was so odd many of the bright students have tears in there in there eyes it was full of mistakes you should have two give twenty marks to each student."
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City, Country: KOHAT, Pakistan

"the paper was so lenthy,that it needed half an hour only for reading the paper.the unnecessary statements were added only to waste students time.so the student were also confused due to shortage of time."
Name: ali ahmed
Email: zileid_aetchesonian@yahoo.com
City, Country: islamabad, Pakistan

Name: saleem
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City, Country: ISD, Pakistan

"what about the paper of physics sent ingilgit.it was not apaper but away to decrease the marks of students of NAs ."
Name: jibran
Email: haq.jibran271@gmail.com
City, Country: gilgit, Pakistan

City, Country: abu dhabi, UAE

"the chemistry paper was so lenghy and out of course many of bright student have tears in thier eyes when they saw the result plz sir you should have to give twenty marks to each student otherwise it will be a injustice and give bad name to fbise."
Name: zianoor
Email: smartguy_dubai007@yahoo.com
City, Country: abu dhabi, UAE

"aslam-o-alikum the paper was so lengthy and out of course that it needs at least half an hour.the unnecessary statements were added only to waste students time. so the student was also confused due to shortage of time.i request you to please immediately eleminate these statements & out of course questions from question to save students time and give chance to improve marks."
Name: Muhammad Umair Amjad
Email: ranagroupofindustries@yahoo.com
City, Country: sargodha,pakistan

"I am student of class 9th in garrison boys high school. I was little bit scared when I read the comments of certain student. I come to know that fbise is very difficult and complicated.I have to appear in fbise exams this year.I have came to know that some of the paper is out ofn course and if it no then it is much more compliated.i requeste you to be pollite in that. I shall be grateful to you. thankyou "
Name: M.Nabeel Rehamt
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City, Country: Lahore, Pakistan

"chemistry paper should be taken again."
Name: PrinceAli Yar Khan
Email: prince_khan@yahoo.com
City, Country: Islamabad,Pakistan

"why papers r leak its too bad"
Name: kiran
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City, Country: pakistan

"the paper was very lengthy and it should either be repeated or extra marks should be given"
Name: muhammad zuhaib
Email: zuhaib_jatt@yahoo.com
City, Country: Doha,Qatar

"when i saw the paper of chem my eyes was full of eyes nt its same today becoz i hav done 18 hours stdy per dat out of 24 hrs..i will finish myself if my marks wer less of 400,"
Name: shahid ahmad
Email: star_moon@yahoo.com
City, Country:peshawar,pakistan

"why u maks the paper like this according we hav studied alot word by word ..when i saw the paperz of othr boards i hit my forhid due to the gratly dissappointed ...its nt the judgemnt"
Name: shahid ahmad
Email: star_moon8232@yahoo.com
City, Country:peshawar,pakistan

"i want paper should again"
Name: shan
Email: donzaye_malik@yahoo.com
City, Country:faisalabad

"The paper is so difficult and it is so hard to solve it in given time and nonsense paper that even brilliant student handsup. But the request is plzz pass every student.."
Name: Manal
Email: ayeshaishfaq1994@gmail.com
City, Country: Rawalpindi

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118 graduates awarded degrees at AMC convocation
Rawalpindi: If we desire to bridge the widening technological gap in the coming years, we must strive to improve the quality of technological education and research in our institutions and bring radical changes in our teaching and research methodologies.

This was stated by Higher Education Commission (HEC) Chairman Professor Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman while speaking at the 26th MBBS and 5th BDS Course Convocation of Army Medical College (AMC) here on Wednesday.

He said that after being trained professionally at the college, these young doctors would be able to contribute in a major way towards the national efforts to alleviate the sufferings of ailing humanity. "There is no better way for these young graduates to pay back their debt to the nation than treating patients in agony," he said.

In this regard, the chairman congratulated the NUST rector and the AMC principal and appreciated the fact that AMC has upgraded its labs with latest equipments. He said that telemedicine has opened new vistas of patient care by making state-of-the-art medical support available to remote areas of the world.

Earlier, Rector NUST Mohammad Asghar congratulated the graduates of AMC on their momentous day. Speaking on the occasion, he said that NUST was established 14 years ago with the objective of speedy attainment of capability in the newly emerging fields of science, engineering and technologies and thus develop competent scientific and technological manpower having international level of higher education to meet the country's public and private sector needs.

"NUST, which the AMC joined in 1998, is recognised as a leading university in Pakistan and is rated high in the whole of Asia," he said adding, "Very soon, it will be shifted to a new venue at Sector H-12 in Islamabad, which shall house 36 colleges and high tech institutes providing an atmosphere for symbiotic and integrated development in various branches of science and technology."

One of the basic problems, he said, has been the absence of collaboration between the universities and industries, which are the end-users of the research. To keep this objective in mind, NUST is trying to bridge the gap by establishing a NUST consultancy, Technology Incubation Centre and Corporate Advisory Council.

Principal Army Medical College Tasawwar Hussain while speaking on the occasion said that a team of highly qualified and experienced faculty members gives individual attention to the students. He said the College is trying to keep pace with the advancement in medical sciences and students are encouraged to engage in small but meaningful research projects, so that a research culture could be inculcated at an early stage of professional development.

Recently, Centre for Research in Experimental and Applied Medicine (CREAM) has been established in the college. High tech laboratory equipment worth 1.2 million dollars has been procured under the auspices of NUST to upgrade the research facilities at AMC.

Later, a total of 118 students were awarded degrees and prizes were given to outstanding students by the chief guest. The News

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