Balochistan university MBBS & BDS exams
University of Balochistan exams postponed
|Quetta, Nov 07: MBBS Final professional annual exam 2003, MBBS
first professional annual exam 2004 and BDS first professional annual exam 2006
have been postponed till further orders.
A university of Balochistan
notification said here Saturday. Another notification said that B Com annual
exam 2008 would be held according to date sheet. Ppi
"SALAM,SIR I have belong from tribal area of khyber pakhton hwaa i had done f.sc in pre-medical and now i want to take admission in MBBS pls tell me about the procedure how i apply from here pls help me..THANKS"
Name: afzal khan
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No college in Rawalpindi exclusively for the disabled
Rawalpindi: Lack of special academic institutions have forced many
disabled students to get admission in regular colleges for HSSC and BA studies
where they face numerous difficulties.
According to a survey, many blind students are studying in government colleges of
Rawalpindi. There are many academic institutions for handicapped children at
school level, but students are left with no option but to study in regular
colleges after passing the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination.
Disabled students revealed that they face a lot
of problems in regular colleges. According to them, they are expected to perform
like normal students. "Moreover, we are not offered the facility of transport,"
"It is a difficult task for me to come to the college and go
back home. I end up relying on my family members to provide me with the pick and
drop service," said Sohail Shabbir, a blind fourth year student.
students also face difficulties in jotting down daily lectures. Some take the
pain of audio recording lectures of their teachers in the classroom and later
listen to them repeatedly to memorise them. "We have to daily record lectures,
as there is no material available in audio form that we can get from the college
administration," said Abdul Waheed, another student.
At the time of
examination, these special students have to arrange for an interpreter-writer
who writes answers as dictated by them.
Disabled students interviewed urged the government to set up special academic institutions for
them. They asked the concerned authorities to implement the allocated quota for
the disabled in jobs in letter and spirit. "The quota is often not implemented
by the government despite several tall claims by the concerned authorities,"
When contacted DEO (Colleges) Rawalpindi
Ulfat Mehmood Janjua said, "It is not possible for the government to set up
separate institutions for special students as they are only a few in number.
They have to study in regular colleges with normal students." The News
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