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Punjab University MSc, MA results 2009

Punjab University announced MSC, MA results 2009
Lahore, Nov 3: Punjab University ExaminationsDepartment has declared the results of MSc Applied Psychology, Part-I, Annual Examination 2009, MA Political Science, Part-I, Annual Examination 2009, MA Economics , Part-I, Annual Examination 2009 and MA Kashmiryat, Part-I, Annual Examination 2009.

Punjab University remain closed on Monday, November 9 on account of Iqbal Day.

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"congrats for economics amazing result.. whats the percentage of passing students affiliated from pu."
Name: Shiba
City, Country: sialkot, Pakistan

"when the result of masters in english would be issued forth."
Name: samra
City, Country: sialkot, Pakistan

"Can anyone tell me how can i check MA arabic Part II 2009 result, kindly email me or tell me through my ID....thx "
Name: sheheryar
City, Country: Rawalpindi, pakistan

"When the result of M.A political science part 2 will be announce "
Name: iftikhar shakir
City, Country: faisalabad

"when MA Part-II of University of Punjab, Lahore result announced. please reply "
City, Country: Rawalpindi

"My MA Pt-II result was held (Roll No. 030935)due to wrong registration number written at Pt-I result card and i have also passed MA Pt-I (Roll No.055312) Please informed my total numbers and when will you issue my result card because i am desirious to get admission in M.Phill, Thanks "
Name: Muhammad Afzal Sadaf
City, Country: Rawalpindi

"you please tell me.When result of M.A political science-I announce punjab university.My cell No.5310761 I shall pray for your success.please tell me about your result on this contect. *********** Thanks a lot of your advance favour. "
Name: Asma Nousheen
City, Country: Rawalpini

"ma result"

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Punjab university won contest
Lahore: Punjab University has won All Pakistan Bilingual Declamation contest organized by Cadet College, Petaro, Jamshoro on October 31. PU students were awarded Champions Team Trophy and Winning Trophy in the contest. PU Hailey College of Commerce student Muhammad Asim Khan participated in English category and Institute of Communication Studies (ICS)'s Hafiz Ghulam Mohy ud Din participated in Urdu category and clinched first positions in their categories.

Government College University Lahore won second position while 24 varsities including Bahria University Karachi, Pakistan Naval Academy Karachi, PAF Academy Risalpur, Sindh University Jamshoro, Dawoo Medical College Karachi, University of Karachi, Pakistan Marine Academcy Karachi, Liaqat University of Medical and Health Sciences Jamshoro, Cadet College Kohat, PAF School Lower Topa Murree participated in the contest. F.P report

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Media importance in education
Lahore: Director General Public Relations Punjab Ata Baloch has said that print and electronic media has attained great importance in the present age and the discipline in which these students were acquiring higher education, are going to associate with, has a bright future. He said that students should pay full attention to their education for discharging their important responsibilities in future and move ahead by the dint of their hard work.

He expressed these views while talking to a 10-member delegation of male and female students studying in third semester of Institute of Communication Sciences of Punjab University coming to a study tour of his office, here today.

Director General Public Relations Ata Baloch informed the students about the performance of various sections of Directorate General Public Relations Punjab and said that maintenance of close contact with the journalists of print and electronic media is the basic responsibility of this department and detailed data regarding performance of provincial government is also provided to media through this department on daily basis.

He said that vast extension of electronic media and independence of media in Pakistan are such factors as a result of which new prospects of development have created in this field. He said that those youth who after completing their education will perform their work with the spirit of national service in this sector will achieve marvelous success in their practical life. F.P report

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NWFP Schools reopen with low attendance
Peshawar: Security fears kept attendance in schools thin as educational institutes in the province reopened on Monday after two weeks' closure.

It was observed that there were no proper security arrangements as only an unarmed watchman usually guarded the main gate. Different leading private schools in the city remained closed.

Attendance in government and private educational institutes remained around 50 per cent, sources in the education department said. The attendance, they added, might continue to be low for a week.

Keeping in view the thin presence of students, most of the teachers avoided taking classes.

"Had I taught a chapter of Urdu or English, most of the students not present would have missed it," said teacher.

When asked about security measures, a teacher on the condition of anonymity said how an unarmed watchman could protect a school.

A student of a college on the Wazir Bagh Road said there were no security personnel at the college gate. Only a watchman was present at the gate, he said.

Representatives of educational institutes have complained that the government has imposed restrictions on charging money from students for security purposes and also eluded itself from the responsibility, putting them in a difficult situation.

The government had asked school managements to hire private guards, buy scanners, metal detectors and Kalashnikovs for watchmen and keep an eye on visitors, especially burqa-clad women. Owners of private institutes said they had no resources to make such arrangements on their own.

Owners and administrators of different educational institutes of the district informed on Monday that they had conveyed to officials concerned that a majority of them were not able to purchase costly scanners, metal detectors and weapons.

It is learnt that the price of cheap scanners is between Rs100,000 to Rs150,000 and after including the cost of two Kalashnikovs per school the security arrangements could cost an institute more than Rs250,000.

Besides, the school owners said, they would also have to pay salaries to trained watchmen because the existing security staff was not capable of handling arms.

It was noticed that only the schools and colleges run by the PAF and the army had made necessary security arrangements.

District Police Officer Mohammad Ayub on Monday visited different government and private educational institutes and checked the security arrangements.

He met heads of schools and assured them that the district police would provide them with support in ensuring security of educational institutes.

He asked the administrators to be vigilant and inform local police immediately about the presence or movement of suspected persons in the surroundings of their institutes. Dawn

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Name: Ghazanfar Hussain
City, Country: Rawalpindi. Pakistan

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"I am worried that the street schools are harming the education field.Also the high standard schools have just show off & not quality education. "
Name: Abida Ajaib
City, Country: Chakwal,Pakistan

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Principal transferred at end of term
Lahore: A spokes man of higher education department has clarified that the former principal of Government PG College for women, satellite town Rawalpindi Mrs. Waseem Sikandar was transferred on administrative grounds instead of political grounds.

The spokes man further stated that Mrs. Waseem Siknadar had completed her normal tenure of three years at same place of posting that necessitated her transfer from the said College. Therefore, summery for Chief Minister Punjab was initiated for her transfer on administrative grounds. After approval of Chief Minister, Punjab/ Competent Authority, Services & General Administration Department issued her transfer orders.

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Call to solve CMS teachers genuine demands
Lahore: Liaquat Baloch, secretary general, Jamaat e Islami, has urged the Punjab government and the Education department to solve the genuine problems of the Central Model School Teachers on priority basis to upkeep the dignity of the teaching community. In a press statement issued here Monday, he said that the continuing protest by the teachers and the students of the Central Model School against the injustice with the teachers and registration of cases was a source of unrest among the public as well.

The reputation of the institution was being damaged and the studies of the students were suffering due to closure of the school. He stressed that the genuine demands of the teachers be accepted and their transfer orders be withdrawn to resolve the issues amicably. He suggested that the Punjab Education Minister should personally visit the institution as a goodwill gesture.

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