Allama Iqbal Open University various examinations schedule

AIOU announced SSC, FA, BA examinations schedule
Islamabad, Nov 19: Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) will hold exams of Secondary School Certificate (SSC), Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) and Graduation level from November 23.

The examinations of Postgraduate level programmes will start from December 02, said Hafeezullah, Controller of Exams, AIOU on Wednesday. The examinations of PTC, CT, ATTC and BEd programmes for the Semester Spring 2009 have started from November 14 around the country.

Roll No slips of SSC exam programme have been dispatched to all the eligible/enrolled students at their given addresses by postal mail service. All those students who have not received their Roll No slips can contact the nearest regional office of the university. The students can also download the Roll No slips from the website of the university.

However, for entry in the examination centers using web based Roll No slips, a student has to produce CNIC issued by NADRA or any other valid document having a photograph on it due to prevailing security scenario for everybody's safety.

The Roll No slips to the students of Intermediate and Bachelor programmes are being dispatched by post at their given addresses. All students are also advised to read the instructions mentioned on Roll No slip carefully before entering the examination centre. APP

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Essay writing, speech contest held in Rawalpindi
Rawalpindi: The winning students of essay writing and speech contest, held at primary and middle school level in Rawalpindi district, will be awarded at a ceremony to be held here on Friday.

Executive Director Education, Rawalpindi Malik Muhammad Ashraf, said the concerned Deputy Education Officer (EDO) has been made coordinator. The students obtaining first, second and third positions will be given Rs1,000, Rs700 and Rs500 on the behalf of Punjab Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif.

In the first phase, the essay writing and speech contest were held in various primary and middle schools of Rawalpindi district. In the boys competition, held under the directive of Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif, a student of Government Boys Primary School Asghar Mall Rawalpindi, Muqdas Bashir, got the first position. Usman Ali of Government Elementary School Carriage Factory was declared second while Government Elementary School Khayban-e-Sir Syed Sector-III's Hamza Nasim remained third.

In the middle level essay writing competition, Amir Masih of Government Elementary School Agriculture Farm, got first position, Shafqat Mehmood of Government Elementary School Khayban-e-Sir Syed Sector-III and Muhammad Mursaleen of Government New Islamia Elementary School Carriage jointly secured second position and Muhammad Nasir Hashmi of Government Boys Elementary School Gulzar Quaid got third position.

In the girls competition, Dua Iftikhar of Government Girls High School New Mohallah got first, Rabita Ibrahim of Government Girls Elementary School Khyaban-e-Sir Syed Sector-III got second while Nayab Arif of Government Girl High School No.4 Mohanpura got third position.

In middle level competition of essay writing, Amna Aziz of Government Liaquat Girls High School, Maryam Majeed of Government Girls Elementary School Dar ul Islam and Munazza Bibi of Government Girls High School Khadija got first, second and third position respectively.

In English essay writing competition, Amna Jaffar, Sofia and Sana Tariq of Government Girls High School Bangash Colony, Government Girls High School, Bagh Sardaran and Government Girls High School F-Block secured first, second and third position.

The competitions were held under the supervision of Executive District Officer (EDO) Education, Malik Muhammad Ashraf. He said these competitions at elementary level will start from November 21.

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Leadership Programme graduates
Islamabad: The third cohort of Women Leadership Programme graduated here Wednesday at a ceremony held in collaboration with the Institute of Rural Management (IRM) and Iqra University at the University's Islamabad Campus.

Sri Lankan High Commissioner Air Vice Marshal (r) Jayalath Weerakody was the chief guest on the occasion, while Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Rural Support Programme Network (RSPN) Shandana Khan and Executive Director IRM Roomi S Hayat were also present on the occasion.

Roomi S Hayat while speaking on the occasion said the Women Leadership Programme was initiated to address gender parity in the Rural Support Programme (RSP) and increase the presence of women in management, which is usually less as compared to men. The aim of the leadership programme is to enhance the leadership and management skills of women professionals.

"The yearlong Women Leadership Programme is divided into five phases with many modules and is based on lectures, hands on exercises, presentations, assignments, case studies, meetings with leaders, study visits, online monitoring, inter RSP learning and learning from role models," he said and added that on their visit to Sri Lanka, the Programme participants were able to meet the officials from public and private institutions.

High Commissioner Air Vice Marshal Jayalath Weerakody was of the view that Sri Lanka and Pakistan enjoy one of the best friendships in the world, adding that both the countries have been facing terrorism from the last three decades. "Despite the social and cultural differences, we have still been able to carry along really well," he said and expressed pleasure over the fact that the participants of the Women Leadership Programme went to Sri Lanka as part of their programme and visited different organisations there.

Some of the participants who shared their experiences with the audiences included Manager Education Sindh Graduate Association Ms Ashraf Pathan, PO Finance & Accounts Balochistan RSP Sonia Iskandari, PO Finance Sindh Rural Support Organisation Ummat-ul-Karim, Social Organiser Thardeep RSP Rukhsana Shar, PO Monitoring, Evaluation & Research Punjab RSP Fauzia Mukhtar and PO Monitoring, Evaluation & Research National Rural Support Programme Erum Malik, who also won the best participant award.

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ASA polls at QAU
Islamabad: The panel headed by Dr. Eatzaz Ahmad, professor in economics, swept the polls for office-bearers of the Academic Staff Association (ASA), Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU), held here on Wednesday.

The same group had won in the last elections held in November 2008. Dr. Eatzaz bagged 99 votes as against 66 of Dr. Asif Ali of the Mathematics Department for the seat of president. Dr. Razia Sultana, chairperson of the History Department, became vice-president with 88 votes against 75 of Dr. Safia Ahmed of the Department of Microbiology, who got 75 votes.

Dr Gulraiz Akhter became general-secretary (84 votes) by defeating Dr. Safeer Ahmad of the Chemistry Department (78 votes). Dr Muhammad Aslam of the Mathematics Department was elected joint-secretary with 100 votes against Khurram Rana of the Institute of Information Technology, who secured 60 votes. Dr. Irfan Zia Qureshi of the Animal Sciences Department won the slot of treasurer by securing the highest - 101 votes. On the other hand, his rival Zawar Hussain of the Department of Statistics managed 61 votes.

Dr. Eatzaz and Dr. Gulraiz expressed gratitude to the teaching community for reposing confidence in their panel. They vowed to continue working for the welfare of the teaching community, especially for incentives to all BPS faculty members who qualify for the posts according to the criteria proposed by the ASA and approved by the syndicate in a meeting last year.

They also vowed to struggle for the upgradation of hardship cases of lecturers, assistant professors and associate professors as had already been done in most public-sector universities of the country. The news

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Government to overcome challenges
Peshawar: NWFP Governor Owais Ahmed Ghani said Wednesday that the motherland was faced with a big challenge, which is being successfully overcome and we will control it in next few months. He was talking to a group of students from University of Peshawar at Governor's House here who had come to donate blood for the injured of the recent terrorist incidents in the provincial metropolitan. As many as 100 students, hailing from Khyber Law College, Economic, Social Welfare and Sociology departments of the University donated their blood on this occasion.

It is worth mentioning that it was the fourth camp of its nature, which have been arranged by Begum Governor in three weeks time and 30, 35 and 19 students had participated in the earlier camps respectively. The Governor highly eulogized the spirit and enthusiasm of the students and said, "Pakistanis are unique Nation; its nationality is based on Islamic Ideology and Islam is its identity". It, he added, is the sole atomic power amongst the entire Islamic World, which itself is another sole identity of this Nation which itself are the important causes of the challenges, being confronted by it.

History is testimony to the fact, the Governor said, internal conflicts and differences have always been the root causes of reversals and degradations of nations. There may be weaknesses in our way of working as well but the process of reforms is also continuing side by side and a prosperous future waits for this Nation and the Country, he remarked. In this connection, he particularly mentioned activities of militants and said, no doubt certain figures are the agents of anti-state elements but majority of them are ignorant and un-aware of the nefarious motives of their mentors and thus strengthening the hands of the enemies of the country.

Owais Ahmed Ghani said, though we are a very young nation yet we have the capability to meet challenges and opening of doors by ordinary citizens for almost 1.8 million internally dislocated persons of Malakand Division is one such example of this reality while only 0.2 million dislocated people could be extended care through arrangements of the government. He said, officers and jawans of our security forces are taking lead from each other in offering sacrifices for security ofthe nation and the country and Inshaullah we will succeed in meeting the challenges.

Appreciating the enthusiasm of the participants of the camp, the Governor said, the event is arranged, keeping in view of need of blood for the injured being treated in different local hospitals and the process will be continued in future as well, whenever required. Begum Governor while talking to media personssaid that a number of injured personnel of armed forces, police andother security agencies, besides common citizens are under treatment indifferent local hospitals especially Combined Military Hospital, LadyReading Hospital and Khyber Teaching Hospital and the camps arearranged to meet requirement of blood for them. She highly welcomed the spirit and enthusiasm of the students. APP

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Balakot college reconstruction
Mansehra: The Earthquake Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Authority (Erra) would start reconstruction of the Government College, Balakot, King Abdullah Teaching Hospital and 14 basic and rural health centres soon, the district nazim said here Wednesday. The news

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