FBISE SSC supplementary exam results

FBISE announces SSC supplementary examination result
Islamabad, Nov 11: The Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) Monday announced Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Supplementary Examination with pass percentage of 60.65. Of total 8307 candidates, 5021 succeeded to pass all papers of the examination held in September this year, said a press release of the board.
The candidates can also inquire about their result by sending an SMS on 5050 in the format of FB[roll number].

Besides, the result has also been made available on the Federal Board's webiste-www.fbise.edu.pk. The Secondary School Certificate (SSC) annual examination, 2009 will commence from March 26, it added.

The result cards of candidates in Pakistan will be despatched on their respective addresses in their admission forms while those of candidates from abroad to the heads of institutions they appeared in the examination.

Similarly, the result cards of Northern Areas are being sent to the Sub- Office Gilgit for further distribution. All candidates whose result has been withheld for want of fee or eligibility are advised to resolve these discrepancies to declare their result, the press release added. This year, five unfair-means case were reported in the exams. The News

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Schoolboys waste time, money at snooker clubs
Rawalpindi: A large number of schoolboys could be spotted at snooker clubs in different parts of the city during school time not only wasting money but also precious time for studies.

According to a survey, more than 1,000 private clubs are operating in the city where snooker, videogames and carom boards are available round-the-clock. It has been witnessed that boys go to these clubs in the morning bunking off their school and waste their pocket money by playing games.

Club owners charge around Rs20 for a snooker game, Rs10 for a videogame and Rs10 for a single game of carom.Munir Ahmed, a student of class 8, said "I visit snooker clubs to relax and sometimes I miss my classes in school."

Riaz Akhtar said "My son failed in the annual SSC examinations last year and I punished him severely, but he hasn't stopped going to snooker clubs." Raja Imran Abbasi, a schoolteacher, said: "Parents should look after their children as to what they do throughout the day."

Israr Ahmed Shah, a snooker club owner, said: "We don't force boys to come and play games. They come all by themselves to play games. It is our business and we have families to feed. I cannot disallow anyone coming to my club." The News

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96 centres set for debate, essay-writing competitions
Rawalpindi: Ninety-six centres have been set up in Rawalpindi district for speech and essay writing competitions among schoolchildren, organised by the Punjab government.

Iftikhar Baig, Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) chairman, has been nominated as regional coordinator for the competitions.

Baig said that banners mentioning schedule of the competitions would be displayed at every government and registered private school and focal persons for each centre had been told to educate all primary and middle school students on how to participate in the competitions.

He said result of the competitions would be announced on the same day and the winners would be given prizes ranging from Rs 1,000 to Rs 0.2 million.

On the directives of Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, the debate and essay writing competitions in Urdu and English are being held at primary, middle, secondary, higher secondary and post-graduate levels across the province.

Assistant Education Officer (Male Elementary Educator) Sajjad Hussain praised the CM for taking this initiative, saying it would breathe a new spirit in the students.

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Dramatic performance on Iqbal's poetry
Islamabad: Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA) organised a dramatic performance on Iqbal's 'Shikwa' and 'Jawab-e-Shikwa' in connection with his 161st birth anniversary on Monday.

The even was arranged in collaboration with Repertory Theatre and was sponsored by AIMS Theatre. Amateur local artists from 'Aina Theatre' of Islamabad riveted the audience at National Art Gallery (NAG) to their performance.

The artists used multimedia projector to convey Iqbal's message of unity, struggle, self-respect, hard work and sacrifice for the welfare of mankind and human brotherhood.

In the performance, young artists created space for a dialogue between music and dance. Iqbal wrote 'Shikwa' and 'Jawab-i Shikwa' in early 20th century, when Muslims in India were developing nationhood and were oppressed British rulers and Hindu monopolists.

In 'Shikwa', the legendary poet gave voice to cries of the oppressed Muslims and in 'Jawab-I-Shikwa' he detailed causes of their sufferings.

These two poems had served to unite Muslims for a uniformed task survival with dignity. Daily Times

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