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University of Health Sciences MBBS, BDS seats

UHS notified first list of MBBS, BDS seats
Lahore, Nov 17: The University of Health Sciences (UHS) has notified the first selection list of candidates to be admitted to MBBS and BDS in all public sector medical and dental colleges of the province on open merit seats.

It took UHS 50 days to display first merit list after holding of the entry test on September 27, 2009.

According to a press release issued on Monday, the number of MBBS open merit seats in 11 public sector medical colleges of the Punjab is 1,961. The King Edward Medical University (KEMU), Lahore, has 262 seats; Allama Iqbal Medical College (AIMC) Lahore 240; Fatima Jinnah Medical College (FJMC) Lahore, 160; Services Institute of Medical Sciences (SIMC) Lahore 142; Nishtar Medical College (NMC) Multan 229; Punjab Medical College (PMC) Faisalabad 251; Rawalpindi Medical College (RMC) Rawalpindi 251; Quaid-e-Azam Medical College (QAMC) Bahawalpur 249; Sheikh Zayed Medical College (SZMC) Rahim Yar Khan 78; Sargodha Medical College (SMC) Sargodha 59; and Nawaz Sharif Medical College (NSMC) Gujrat 40.

Total number of BDS open merit seats in 03 dental colleges of the province are 175. de'Montmorency College of Dentistry (DCD), Lahore, has 71 seats; Nishtar Institute of Dentistry (NID) Multan, has 54 seats; and Dental Section Punjab Medical Colleges (DSPMC) Faisalabad, has 50 seats.

Last merit of KEMU is 87.5545 percent, AIMC 85.9364, FJMC 84.3909, SIMS 84.2273, NMC 84.1455, PMC 83.4182, RMC 83.3364, QAMC 82.8818, SMC 82.8182, NSMC 82.7909, SZMC 82.6818, DCD 82.5818, NID 82.4273 and that of DSPMC is 82.4091 percent.

Call letters to selected candidates will be issued by respective colleges. Classes will start on December 2. Second selection list of MBBS and BDS will be displayed on December 16.

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PPSC may lose college teachers recruitment powers
Lahore: The Punjab government is seriously considering the option to withdraw the recruitment of college teachers from the purview of the Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC) and to involve another agency to conduct such recruitments.

It seems to spark a controversy as the Governorís Secretariat had strongly reacted recently when the Punjab government had allowed the Lahore High Court to conduct the recruitment of 229 civil judges-cum judicial magistrates by withdrawing the process from the purview of the PPSC by relaxing rules. The Governor's Secretariat had pointed out that under the provisions of Rule 3 of the Punjab Public Service Commission (Functions) Rules 1978, recruitment against the positions connected with the affairs of the province, falling in BPS-16 and above was impartially made on the recommendations of the commission based on results of tests/examinations and interviews conducted by it. It has been learnt that the Punjab Higher Education Department is currently in negotiation with the National Testing Service (NTS) to get it involved in the recruitment of college teaching staff.

It is pertinent to mention here that the Punjab government has already engaged the NTS in recruitments for different departments and organisations like the Punjab Vocational Training Council and the Lahore Development Authority. A senior official, seeking anonymity, said the Higher Education Department had recently advertised posts of college teaching interns in order to meet the shortage of teaching staff at colleges.

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Punjab to set up high schools in Fata
Lahore: Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif on Monday said that the Punjab government would extend all-out assistance to the displaced persons of Federally Administered Tribal Areas while high schools would also be established in all the eight agencies of Fata.

He said a fully equipped Danish School would be set up in the area and the site of the school would be selected by a committee of Fata members of parliament. He said that a special committee had been formed under the chairmanship of Senior Advisor Sardar Zulfiqar Ali Khosa for the assistance of the displaced persons from Fata and members of the parliament from the area would also be inducted in the committee.

He was talking to Fata MPs during a meeting at the Chief Minister's Secretariat.

Mr Shahbaz said the Punjab government would not leave the displaced persons of Waziristan and other areas unattended in their hour of need. He said a three-member committee for assistance of displace persons, headed by Senior Advisor Sardar Zulfiqar Ali Khosa, would include Fata members of parliament, Shaukatullah, Zaffar Beig Bhattani, Muhammad Kamran Khan and Engineer Malik Rasheed Ahmad Khan. He said the Punjab government would establish high schools in all the agencies of Fata, namely Bajor, Mohmand, Khybar, Aurakzai, Kuram, North Waziristan, South Waziristan and Frontier Agency. He said a Danish School would be a gift from the people of Punjab to their brethren of Fata.

The members of parliament from Fata thanked the chief minister for the assistance to the displaced persons and establishment of high schools a Danish School in the area. They said the steps would further increase mutual contacts between people of Punjab and Fata and promote the national solidarity. The said that by extending help to the displaced persons, the Punjab chief minister had won the hearts of people of the area and added that the help should also be extended to the displaced persons staying at Jalozai Camp, Peshawar.

Senior Advisor Sardar Zulfiqar Ali Khan Khosa, while giving details of the relief assistance for displaced persons, informed that Punjab government would provide 1,000 tonnes wheat to the affectees. In response to the demand of the members of parliament, he assured that flour, instead of wheat, would be supplied.

Federal Minister for Zakat and Ushr Noorul Haq Qadri, Federal Minister for Environment Hameedullah Jan Afridi, Minister of State for Kashmir Affairs Abdul Razzaq, Parliamentary Leader of Fata in National Assembly Munir Khan Aurakzai, Senator Engineer Malik Rasheed Ahmad Khan, Members National Assembly Muhammad Kamran Khan, Shaukatullah, Zafar Beig Bhattani, Senior Advisor Sardar Zulfiqar Ali Khan Khosa, Law Minister Rana Sanaullah Khan, MNA Hamza Shahbaz Sharif and Senator Ishaq Dar were also present.

Referring to law and order situation in Punjab, Mr Shahbaz said effective measures were being taken for the maintaining peace in the province while in addition to modern training, police were also being equipped with the latest weapons. He said that services of the army had also been acquired for police training. He said that besides capacity-building of police training schools, a counter terrorism force had also been established. He said that elimination of ignorance, illiteracy and unemployment was important for eradicating terrorism, therefore, the Punjab government had adopted a comprehensive strategy for the uplift of the education sector, promotion of economic activities and generation of job opportunities.

The CM said the government was paying special attention to the promotion of vocational education in the province and Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority was being made a vibrant institution. He said complete autonomy had been granted to Tevta

to promote vocational training for elimination of unemployment and development of a skilled workforce. He said a strategy was being implemented for elimination of disparity from the education sector and Danish Schools, equipped with the latest facilities, were being set up in the backward areas. He said the programme had been started from Southern Punjab.

The chief minister said the world had become a global village and promotion of information technology had become imperative for keeping pace with the developed nations. Therefore, he said, computer labs had been set up in more than 4,000 schools of the province. He said 70 percent population of the country was associated with the agriculture sector and a record production of wheat had been achieved this year whereas solid measures were also being taken for the uplift of livestock and dairy development sectors.

Mr Shahbaz appreciated the efforts of the British high commissioner for strengthening the bilateral relations and trade and economic ties between Pakistan and Britain during his stay. He also lauded the cooperation of Britain in education and other sectors in Punjab.

Outgoing British High Commissioner Robert Edward Brinkley said Britain would extend all possible assistance to Pakistan in the prevailing circumstances. He said his country was already extending support for the improvement of education sector and efficiency of police. He said DIFID would spend 80 million pounds on various projects for the uplift of education sector in Punjab this year whereas a similar plan had been evolved for the next three years. He lauded the efforts of the Punjab chief minister for the progress of the education sector in the province.

Later, the chief minister hosted a luncheon in honour of outgoing British high commissioner and his wife which was also attended by Opposition Leader in National Assembly Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, Senator Ishaq Dar, Member National Assembly, Khawaja Muhammad Asif, Salaman Shahbaz Sharif and Begum Zakia Shahnawaz.

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Student refuses medal from Governor Punjab
Faisalabad: A student has refused to be awarded by Salman Taseer, the Governor of Punjab in a convocation ceremony of a private university.

The Punjab Governor was, reportedly, left flabbergasted as a textile-engineering student identified as Atta Rasool refused to receive bronze medal from him.

Atta Rasool said that he rebuffed the award presentation as a protest because he disagrees with Salman Taseer's statements. The news

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