Rawalpindi SSC supplementary exam results 2008

RBISE SSC supple exams results declared
Rawalpindi, Nov 13: Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (RBISE) on Wednesday declared results of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) supplementary examinations, 2008 with 46.17 pass percentage.
RBISE Public Relation Officer (PRO) Arslan Cheema said that 26,065 students submitted admission forms to the board. Of them, 25,822 students appeared in the examinations, but 11,917 were declared successful.

Giving break-up of the statistics, he said that 17,116 male students submitted forms and 16,924 of them sat in the examinations. He said that 8,949 female students submitted the forms and 8,898 of them appeared in the examinations.

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"I dont understand what is going on in pakistan ,every systems have been crashed . there is so curuption in every where, one can not even imagin. Currently if some one see the results of secondery boards of education , how they have declared the results . In first result a lot of mistakes were found and the pujab govt decided to recheck the papers again and the pujab board of education also promised the students that they will recheck the papers and then result will be reanoucd. But what happen,when the result is reanounced the students who were declared pass in first result,they are failed or most of the students who were pass , they have been failed in two or three papers and they will reappear in final . I dont understand that this result is correct or the first one was correct.I dont know how the Govt official are justifying the results . I am surprised ,why the secondry board of education are playing with the students and also with the parents.The govt secondry board of education official should feel shame with their bad performance, the prime minister of pakistan should take proper notice of it and i will also request the chief justice of pakistan ,he should also take the notice of it . The secondry board of education should feel the responsibilities and they should not spoil the future of studends rather than that the future of pakistn."
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Unavailability of IT teachers in Punjab: No computer classes in Punjab govt schools after Sept
Rawalpindi: Hundreds of class 9 and 10 students from the Punjab government schools who had opted for computer studies are worried about the unavailability of teachers.

The information technology (IT) teachers in the Punjab government schools were employed on contract basis, which had expired on September 31. In Rawalpindi district computer centres have been set up in 28 high schools.

The teachers are not taking classes and planning to quit, as they have not got salaries after expiry of contract and the government has not yet renewed their contract.

Contract renewal: A teacher confided on Wednesday that on the one hand the government claimed that it was providing maximum facilities to teachers, on the other it had not yet renewed contract of hundreds of computer teachers. He said according to his information there were more than 500 high schools in the Punjab province. He said if the government did not renew the contracts it would render many teachers jobless. He said the chief minister should take note of this issue.

Muhammad Aamir, a 10th class student, said for the last two months no computer class was held in their school and the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination of Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education was about to start from March 7, 2009.

Malik Imran, another 10th class student, said only three and half months had left to their exams and due to unavailability of teacher no computer class had been held since the end of September. He said now they had no choice to change the subject.

Executive District Officer (Education) Chaudhry Muhammad Yousaf said the provincial government had the authority to renew contract of the teachers. He said the Rawalpindi district had only 26 computer teachers.

Punjab Teachers Association Rawalpindi Division President Saghir Alam said students were suffering due to unavailability of IT teachers.

He said science students were given the option whether to have a combination of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology or Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Computer subjects. He said more students opted for computer subject due to job opportunities as computer operators.

Saghir said winter vacations would start in next month and there would be no computer class in the last quarter of this year.

Computer centres: District Officer Monitoring Mohammad Awais said that Punjab Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif had directed the authorities to set up computer centres in every high school in the province.

He said they had prepared a plan and divided schools in to three categories to start the computer classes. He said in category 'A' schools classrooms, furniture and electricity were already available and the government had to only provide computers to start classes soon.

In category 'B' schools, classrooms and electricity were available and the government had to arrange furniture for setting up computer labs, he said, adding, while the category 'C' schools had no proper classroom and the electricity.

Awais said they had asked the principals of such schools, which were 12 in number in the district to make arrangements for electricity connection as soon as possible. He said the government would pay 70 percent expenditure for getting the power connection while the school had to pay only the rest 30 percent. Daily Times

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CSS faces shortage of suitable candidates
Islamabad: The Central Superior Services (CSS), once the most sought after and privileged cadre among government services, is facing a shortage of suitable candidates to fill its vacant posts.

Because of unavailability of suitable candidates for the past three years, the Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC) has had to carry over vacant seats to the following year and almost all government departments are facing a shortage of qualified young officers.

In the past, several candidates used to compete for every CSS seat and the service attracted the country's finest graduates.

Last year, the establishment division reported 299 vacancies to be filled on the basis of competitive examination in various occupational groups, but the commission could find only 189 appropriate candidates, leaving 110 seats vacant.

During the competitive examination of 2006, the FPSC had to leave 47 vacancies for the following year. In 2005, 25 seats were not filled.

According to the annual report for the competitive exam of 2006, 22 seats of urban Sindh remained vacant, 17 of rural Sindh, six of Azad Jammu and Kashmir and two of Balochistan. The commission got the required number of qualified candidates for the seats allotted to Punjab and NWFP.

Under the quota system, 50 per cent of seats go to Punjab and the Federal Capital Area, 19 per cent to Sindh, 11.5 per cent to the NWFP, six per cent to Balochistan, four per cent to the Northern Areas and Federally Administrated Tribal Areas and two per cent to Azad Kashmir. The percentage of positions allocated on open merit is 7.5.

A retired federal secretary, Khwaja Zaheer, alleged successive governments had taken extra-constitutional steps to destroy the civil services. "Inefficient officers got promotions, while hardworking and intelligent ones were victimised for their honesty and dedication," he said.

A District Management Group (DMG) officer said the private sector offered far better perks and privileges to potential candidates, rendering the CSS unattractive for outstanding graduates. He said there was an urgent need for transformation of the civil services.

An assistant commissioner of income tax who is studying for an MBA degree as a part of his training termed the new examination system introduced by the FPSC a major hurdle in filling vacant seats. He said more candidates were failing after the commission changed the format of question papers a few years ago. Dawn

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Education dept bans recruitments
Rawalpindi: Despite receiving applications from intending candidates, the District Education Department has banned recruitment for about 950 vacancies of grade-IV, sources said. They said the department was to appoint candidates as security guards, gardeners, naib qasid and baildars at different educational institutions of Rawalpindi district. They said the department had received applications to fill 800 vacant posts of colleges and 150 of schools. On the other hand, office-bearers of a teachers' union said that administrative affairs of educational institutions would further deteriorate if the ban on recruitments was not lifted. Daily Times

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