Rawalpindi Board Intermediate exams 2011
116,675 students to appear in HSSC exams
Rawalpindi, May 07: The annual intermediate examinations under the aegis of the Rawalpindi Board of
Intermediate and Secondary Education (RBISE) will begin today (Saturday). Around
116,675 students will appear in the exams.
RBISE acting chairman Dr.
Ashraf said that all arrangements have already been finalised for the annual
exams with setting up of 383 centres, 21 of them have been declared sensitive
due to various reasons.
Dr. Ashraf said that the computerised system of
the board is accurately working while the errors in the record of the students
are being noticed due to wrong feeding of data by the students or their
He said that the invigilating staff, who were
found indulged in using unfair means in the past, had not been considered for
deployment at examination centres. The chairman said a comprehensive policy had
also been formulated for depositing of answer sheets on the same day to control
any irregularity. Some 63,616 students, including 26,695 boys and 36,921 girls,
had submitted their forms this year for the intermediate part-two examination.
Roll number slips have been issued to all of them, he said.
He said that
179 centres have been set up for intermediate part two examination and 204
centres for part one examination. Some 53,059 students, including 22,778 boys
and 30,281 girls would appear in part one examination.
He said that 121
counters had been established to address problems of the students regarding roll
number slips. Dr. Ashraf said that CM's squad, chairman's squad, member Board
and board officers would conduct surprise raids of different centres.
"Plz send me my Roll No. slip for inter part 1. Inter Part 1 exams started on 24th May but I can not received Roll No. slip and date sheet."
Name: sana sajjad
City, Country:Missa Kaswal, Pakistan
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Inter-NUST Science Olympiad
Islamabad: In a display of
scientific enthusiasm and zestful learning, NUST, H-12 campus, launched a
three-day inter-NUST science Olympiad titled 'Sytek 2011' here on Friday. The
event is being organised by the NUST Science Society and all campuses of NUST
are invited to participate.
The purpose of 'Sytek 2011' is to infuse an
active interest in the practical aspects of science among students in order to
show them how it can be turned into an enjoyable experience when a little
out-of-the-box thinking is applied. Participants will compete in different
competitions and will be judged solely on their practical knowledge of applied
science and the degree of originality shown.
Different categories are
designed to cover different fields of science and to instigate interest amongst
aspiring scientists from different arenas. The event categories include Science
Quiz, SyTrek (Scientific Scavenger Hunt), Life-Detector (Bio-Sciences Scavenger
Hunt), Project Exhibition, Project Exodus (Space Settlement Development
Presentation), Bon Voyage (Boat Building Competition), while in the Sky
(Plane-Making Competition), Sciattack (Catapult Building Competition) and Bridge
Your Innovation (Bridge Building Competition). A Geek themed carnival -
Carnivale - is also scheduled to take place today (Saturday). Over four hundred
participants are attending Sytek. Concluding ceremony on the event will be held
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AIOU providing education to over 1.4m students annually'
Sahiwal: Allama Iqbal Open University Vice-Chancellor Dr
Nazir Ahmad Sangi has said that the university is providing quality education to
more than 1.4 million students annually across the country.
He said this
while addressing a press conference at the regional campus of the varsity on
Friday. The VC said that universal access to quality education would be ensured
through video conference for which university was linking all its 36 regional
campuses. He said that top priority of the university was to provide education
to those students who were unable to continue their studies due to various
constraints, adding that whole syllabus of metric and FA were reorganised for
providing them demand based education in technical subjects so that they could
get jobs easily after finishing their education. He said that the university was
contemplating to acquire 10 acre piece of land for construction of purpose build
campus at Sahiwal where all modern facilities of higher education would be
provided. He lauded the performance of Sahiwal campus and said that it was
successfully catering the needs of more than 60,000 students annually. Earlier,
Regional Director Rasool Bakhsh Behram briefed him about the performance of the
Sahiwal campus and highlighted the salient achievements.
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Francophonie 2011 celebrated at NUML
Islamabad: The National University of Modern Languages (NUML) celebrated Francophonie 2011
organised by the French Language Department here on Friday.
Embassy Cultural Counsellor Pierre Muller was the chief guest on the occasion,
while NUML Rector Professor Dr. Aziz Ahmad Khan presided over the function along
with NUML Director-General Azam Jamal.
In his welcome note, NUML Rector
Dr. Aziz said that the French Department of NUML is one of the oldest
departments of the university that has made an extraordinary progress over years
and Cultural Wing of the French Embassy has rendered remarkable contribution in
this regard. The department has been putting in efforts for mastery in the
French language with expertise to making it successful, he added.
students showed their best French language skills in performances, literary and
artistic activities, quiz and dramas. They also staged skits and songs and
presented Pakistani regional culture and performed on skits in French language
to entertain the audience. The news
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