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BISE, Lahore supplementary Matric results

BISE declares supplementary Matric results
Lahore, Nov 13: Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education (BISE) Lahore has announced the result of Secondary school certificate (Supplementary) examination,2008 ,here Wednesday. According to the result gazette of BISE, 49774 candidates appeared out of whom 23519 students passed the exam showing pass percentage of 47.25.

The total number of male and female candidates who appeared in the exam for Science group was 15181 out of whom only 8740 students passed, showing pass percentage of 57.57. A total of 34593 students appeared in Arts group and 14779 students were declared pass thus showing pass percentage of 42.72. App

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Matric exams from March 7
Lahore: The Secondary School Certificate (Matriculation) Annual Examination 2009 will commence from March 7, 2009. The schedule, regarding submission of fees and admission forms, is as under: private candidates can submit their forms till December 1, 2008 and regular candidates till December 15, 2008 with single fee. Private candidates can submit their forms till January 2, 2009 and regular candidates till January 5, 2009 with double fee.

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Punjab University defends hostels' mess charges hike
Lahore: Punjab University Hall Council Chairman Prof Dr Saeed Ahmad Nagra, in a press conference at the University Executive Club on Wednesday, explained that due to high inflation, the minimum raise in hostels' mess fee was made in July. Flaying the protest against the raise, he said the decision was taken in a meeting of wardens and superintendents.

According to a press release issued on Wednesday, after a period of four months, a group of students protested against the raise in mess fee in front of the vice-chancellor's house at the New Campus on Tuesday night in which over 75 per cent students were outsiders. The students were brought from other colleges of the city. The protesters used foul language against the teachers. Hafiz Farhan of the Islamic Studies Department of the Institute of Education and Research (IER) led the mob. The press release alleged that Hafiz Farhan himself is illegally living in Room No 50 of Hostel No 15 as the room had not been allotted to him. Moreover, he was IJT's Nazim at the Sargodha University and he had sent to the PU under a specific mission. Other accomplices of Hafiz Farhan, including Sabir Shah and Abdul Hafeez Tahir, were also from the same group and they were not PU students. They are illegal occupants in at PU Old Campus hostel while Abdul Hafeez Tahir had also been given a warning recently during a raid in Old Campus hostel.

Dr Saeed Nagra said that a press release from the same group was issued on Tuesday in which it was stated that the PU Hall Council chairman had promised to reduce the fee within three days. He said the press release was baseless and fictional which was published in newspapers. He said an emergency meeting of wardens and superintendents was called on Tuesday in which it was decided that a minor raise in the hostel mess fee was inevitable. However, he said, a notice was issued to all the heads of the departments and they were directed to hold meeting with hostel students of their departments and submit a report to him so that the matter could be raised in the next meeting of wardens and superintendents.

Dr Nagra said all the wardens and superintendents of the PU had condemned the way the students had protested. He said the students, despite submitting application to the administration, gathered outside students in the university at night and raised slogans which disturbed the peaceful environment of the university. Narrating the real situation, Nagra said the group had illegally occupied hostels and offices had been established at Hostel No 1, which were removed. After that these occupants moved to Khalid Bin Waleed Hall at Old Campus and the administration also expelled them from there and resultantly they protested with the help of outside students. Dr Saeed Nagra said that no pressure from illegal and expelled students would be bore. Adviser Students Dr Muhammad Makshoof Athar was also present on the occasion.PU results: The Punjab University on Wednesday declared the results of BSc (Hons) Computer Sciences, MA Philosophy, MA Women's Studies, MA Punjabi, MA Arabic and MA Social Work, part-.

According to a press release issued, in BSc (Hons) Computer Sciences, semester system, session 2002-2006, a total of 135 candidates appeared and 76 were declared successful while result of 17 candidates was late. In MA Philosophy, part-I, annual examination 2008, 180 candidates appeared and 26 were declared successful. In MA Women's Studies, part-I, annual Examination 2008, 14 candidates appeared and 13 were declared successful. As many as 620 candidates appeared in MA Punjabi, part-I, annual examination 2008, and 454 were declared successful. 348 candidates appeared in MA Arabic, part-I, annual examination 2008, and 199 passed the exam. In MA Social Work, part-I, annual examination 2008, only one candidate appeared and was declared successful. The News

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GCUF VC resigned after 'life threats'
Faisalabad: The Government College University Faisalabad Academic Staff Association (ASA) president claimed on Wednesday the varsity vice-chancellor resigned following life threats by some faculty members.

ASA president Dr Mudassar was addressing a meeting of the Action Committee, comprising faculty members in different disciplines, held at the GCUF on Wednesday. The committee has been formed in support of the resigning vice-chancellor, Dr Arif Ali Zaidi.

Dr Mudassar alleged the sacked director finance, director projects and campus development, intermediate section principal and a physical education lecturer had threatened the VC with dire consequences for snubbing them over some 'malpractices and wrongdoings.'

The management had terminated the services of three of the accused for corruption, while the physical education teacher was still serving.

The ASA president called for setting up a committee to look into the alleged highhandedness of the accused faculty members who, he claimed, were also threatening him with dire consequences.

None of the accused was available for comments.

The meeting decided to intensify the drive and to organise a protest camp on the varsity campus daily till the VC's restoration.

The committee decided that a teachers' delegation would also apprise Punjab Governor Salmaan Taseer of the situation, who is also the varsity chancellor. The ASA has also written a letter to the chancellor expressing their concern over the situation.

Meanwhile, faculty members, non-teaching staff and students blocked traffic on Jhang Road on Wednesday in protest against the vice-chancellor's resignation. Dawn

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'Outsiders'protest at PU VC's residence
Lahore: A protest was staged by the students of the Punjab University (PU) outside the residence of PU Vice-Chancellor (VC) Dr Mujahid Kamran in which more than 75 percent of the participants were outsiders, PU Hall Council Chairman Dr Saeed Ahmad Nagra said on Wednesday.
He said that students from various colleges of the city had gathered to stage the protest. He said that an inaccurate press release from the same group was issued yesterday, which said that the PU Hall Council Chairman had promised to reduce the college fee within three days. He termed the press release as 'baseless and false'. Daily Times

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