Rawalpindi HSSC supple exam results

HSSC supplementary examination results
Rawalpindi, Nov 08: Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education (RBISE) will announce the results of the supplementary examination of HSSC 2008 on November 12. In this regard, Chairman of the Board Prof Dr Iftikhar Baig will hold a press conference and give details of the results.

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World Science Day on Nov 10
Islamabad: Pakistan Science Foundation, Ministry of Science and Technology, would organise various activities in collaboration with Unesco and other organisations to observe November 10, as World Science Day for Peace and Development (WSDPD).

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (Unesco) during the General Conference at its 31st session (2001) proclaimed November 10 each year as 'World Science Day for Peace'.

Initially the proposal was given by Eminent Pakistani Scientist Dr. Ishfaq Ahmad, Advisor (S&T)/ Minister of State, Planning Commission Government of Pakistan. This year the foundation is holding a number of programmes in its Science Centres at Lahore, Faisalabad, Peshawar, Karachi, Quetta, Sukkur and Islamabad. The major programme of the WSDPD celebrations is 'Convention on Science for Peace and Development' being held at a local hotel at 10:00 a.m.

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Professor of anatomy at RMC abducted for ransom
Islamabad: Dr. Nasir-ud-Din, professor of anatomy at the Rawalpindi Medical College, was kidnapped for ransom from Hiran Maira on the outskirts of Islamabad on Thursday night when he was on his way back home after closing down his clinic, police said.

On Friday morning, the captors demanded ransom from the doctor's family. The location of the captors was found in Sakhakot near Mardan.

Rawalpindi Medical College Principal Dr. Musaddiq Ali Khan confirmed the report about the abduction of Dr. Nasir-ud-Din.

Koral SHO Arshad Chaudhry, when contacted, said that Dr. Nasir-ud-Din was running a clinic in Hiran Maira. The SHO, quoting the statement of Dr. Nasir's son, said that he came to his clinic at about 3 p.m. on Thursday as usual and left it at about 10 p.m. but didn't reach home.

The SHO said that his son found his car along Hiran Maira Road near Islamabad Highway and informed police about his missing father.

The SHO said that on Friday morning, the doctor's family received a telephone call from the captors who demanded ransom for his release. The News

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Balochistan University opens after students agree on code of conduct
Quetta: The Balochistan University reopened after three weeks on Friday, following an agreement between the university administration and representatives of student organisations and political parties on a 24-point code of conduct.

The university was closed on Oct 15 after a clash between two student organisations.

The agreement on code of conduct was reached at a meeting presided over by vice-chancellor Dr Masoom Khan Yasinzai and attended by Habib Jalib Baloch of Balochistan National Party-Mengal, Usman Kakar of Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party, Khudadad Khan of Awami National Party, Mir Tahir Bizenjo of National Party, Shahzeb Baloch of Baloch Students Organisation (Azad), Ahmed Jan of Pakhtun-khwa Students Organisation, Javed Baloch of Baloch Students Organisation-Mohinuddin, Jehanzeb Tareen of Pakhtun Students Federation, Abdullah Baloch of Baloch Students Organisation-Pujar, Ataullah Kakar of Jamiat Tulba-i-Islam and Zakir Hus-sain of Hazara Students Federation.

Under the agreement, the student organisations will abide by rules and maintain a peaceful atmosphere on the campus, and will not interfere in actions taken by the administration against students found in cheating in examinations.

The agreement requires students living in hostels to abide by rules. No outsider will be allowed to live in hostels and rooms will be allotted on the basis of merit.

The agreement makes 75 per cent attendance mandatory for submission of examination forms. Dawn

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UHS introduces new practical exam system
Lahore: The University of Health Sciences (UHS), Lahore, has introduced the system of Objectively Structured Practical Examinations (OSPEs) at undergraduate level with a view to making practical examinations fair, pro-merit, more objective and standardised in line with the Best Evidence Medical Education (BEME) and local needs. According to a press release issued on Friday, UHS Vice Chancellor Prof Mubashar Hussain told the students of the third professional, MBBS, during a visit to an examination centre at Jinnah Hospital, that OSPEs would help check victimisation and favouritism by some of the examiners during viva voce in undergraduate examinations. He said the new system involved no change in curriculum.

Under the new system, he said the examination hall will be divided into a number of observed (interactive) and unobserved (non-interactive) stations. The candidate, according to the plan, will carry his/her practical answer book from one station to the next and registers his/her responses to each question at these desks separately on the same practical answer sheet in the designated area. Before leaving the assessment hall, the candidate deposits the answer book at the marking desk where it is marked and sent back to the university the same day. The News

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National Defence University (NDU) seminar: 'Economy facing serious macroeconomic challenge'
Islamabad: The state of economy of any country has a direct bearing on the security and sovereignty of that country, said National Defence University (NDU) President Lieutenant General Muhammad Hamid Khan on Friday.

According to a press statement of Inter-Services Public Relations, Khan said this while addressing a daylong seminar on "Pakistan's Economy: Challenges and the Way Forward" held at the NDU and attended by representatives from various ministries, divisions, departments, armed forces of Pakistan, academia and think tanks, course participants and faculty members of the NDU.

He said that Pakistan's economy was under great pressure facing a serious macroeconomic challenge that had been caused by both exogenous and endogenous factors.

He highlighted role of the NDU as a premier institution of learning and research for senior officers of the Pakistani armed forces, civil services and allied officers.

Noted economists Dr Ishrat Hussain, Sartaj Aziz, Dr Mirza Ikhtiar Baig, Saeed Ahmed Qureshi, Kaiser Bangali and Riaz Riazuddin were among the speakers while Mueen Afzal was moderator of the event.

The seminar focused on the theme "Pakistan's Economy" in three sessions.

"Analysing Macroeconomic Strategies/Policies with Focus on Performance and Challenges," "Strategy to Deal with Macroeconomic Challenges" and "Economic Governance" were the sub themes.

It was part of the series of conferences, seminars and workshops, which had been regularly held on different subjects of national, regional and international interest. Such events provide a forum to seasoned economists to review issues pertaining to Pakistan's economy, evaluate existing and emerging challenges and propose a way forward.

The seminar was designed to be interactive through presentations by eminent economists, comments by the moderator followed by question and answer sessions. The discussion held was frank and highly informative for the government representatives as well as the academia. Daily Times

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