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AIOU announces results
Islamabad, Nov 22: Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) announced the
results of admission test for COL MBA/MPA programme on Sunday.
tests were held on October 25 at Abbottabad, Faisalabad, Gujranwala,
Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore, Multan, Rahim Yar Khan, Sahiwal and
Sargodha, said a news release issued here.
letters/admission offers have been sent to the successful candidates by
post at their given addresses. On the request of the candidates, who
have passed the admission test for COL MBA/MPA Programme during the year
2009-2010 but could not deposit the fee due to unavoidable
circums-tances, are also advised to deposit their fee as per
instructions of the admission department.
The results are also
available at website of the university www.aiou.edu.pk or
col.aiou.edu.pk, for convenience of the candidates, a set of offer
documents has also been sent on their email address and uploaded at the
The selected candidates are advised to deposit the requisite fee with acceptance of admission by November 25.
case of any inquiry, the candidates are advised to contact the
Departmental of COL MBA/MPA Programme personally or at phone no.
051-9057425, 9057434 and 9057840.
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Schools, colleges open today
Islamabad: All the educational institutions working under Federal Directorate of Education
(FDE) will open on Nov 22 after a week-long holidays.
Although the FDE announced Eid vacations from November 16 in all
model, federal government and Islamabad colleges, the holiday mood
prevailed and the institutions wore deserted look well before the
Most of the students have left with their parents for their native towns to celebrate Eid with their families.
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Teachers show concern over FDE DG's removal
Islamabad: The teachers' community has expressed reservations over the
removal of director general of the Federal Directorate of Education
(FDE) Shaheen Khan.
According to teachers, the step would
discontinue the implementation process of the recently announced package
for the teachers.
Joint Education Advisor Aurungzeb Rehman on
Nov 12 replaced Shaheen Khan. The former was appointed as an acting
director general of FDE.
representative of the Federal Government College Teachers Association
(FGCTA), said that Shaheen Khan was removed from her position soon after
the announcement of package for the teachers.
He said Shaheen
Khan made intensive efforts in fulfilling the longstanding demand of
teachers for upgradation since taking charge of the directorate, a few
months back. She was removed at the behest of some negative elements,
who did not want implementation of the package in its true spirit, he
Prof Tahir said " all the teachers associations of model
and federal government educational institutions have strongly opposed
the removal of Shaheen Khan and decided to stage protest after Eid
holidays, if the removal orders are not reversed".
He appealed Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani and Minister for Education Sardar Aseff Ahmad Ali to reverse the decision.
FDE official told APP that the removal of Shaheen Khan at this moment
would hamper the implementation of the teachers' package.
new DG Aurungzeb Rehman is a competent man but it will be difficult for
him to implement the package in its true spirit. Ultimately, the
teachers will have to bear the brunt," the official said.
bureaucrats and army personnel have been appointed as FGE DG in
political and military regimes. Educationists are rarely given a chance
to serve at this position," said Prof Javed, a senior lecturer at a
Federal Government College.
For the first time, a landmark
initiative of upgradation of teachers was taken but now it seems
difficult to make it happen, he said. app
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College librarians facing uncertain future
Rawalpindi: The absence of a regular service structure is causing frustration among college
librarians in the Punjab education department as many of them have
already retired in the same grade they started their job, it has been
Despite their repeated demand, the authorities concerned have done
nothing, keeping the librarians in the position of hoping against hope.
Though the higher education department has provided grade 17 to the
librarians holding postgraduate degree in the discipline but they have
no chance for promotion to the next grade.
"I was appointed as an assistant librarian in the basic pay scale of
BPS-16 in 1982 after obtaining postgraduate diploma in Library Science
from the Punjab University and was given BPS-17 as personal grade after
getting a master's degree.
However, since then I have not been promoted to the next scale," said
Parveen Akhtar, who is also senior vice-president of Punjab College
Librarians Association's women wing.
"I have qualification in library science only and got job in the
relevant profession having no other option. I have been waiting for
promotion for the last 28 years and have lost hope as I am nearing the
age of superannuation," said Parveen, who is at present posted as the
librarian at Government Degree College for Women, Khyaban-i-Sir Syed.
There have been no fresh appointments even as assistant librarians
since 1997 and many seats in colleges remain vacant, said Fayyaz Ahmed
Bukhari, General Secretary of the PCLA.
The basic reason for the shortage of librarians is that they have not
been given a regular service structure such as promotion beyond basic
pay scale (BPS) 17 and the proposals for such facility are pending
with the provincial government for the last 20 years, he added.
Mr Bukhari said BPS 17 presently given to the librarians with
master's degree in library science was a personal grade, not a
He said the librarian at Sir Syed College for Women Khayaban-e- Sir
Syed had been working in the grade 17 for the last 20 years and the
librarian of Government Viqarun Nisa College for women died at the age
of 60 in the same grade.
He said librarians were considered as part and parcel of teaching
staff but they were not provided the service structure and other
facilities enjoyed by lecturers and professors.
They said they were working without library assistants, boo keepers
and peons which created further problems for them. Deputy Director
Colleges Rawalpindi Mohammad Javed Rana said all important decisions
were taken by authorities at the higher education department in Lahore
and the local directorate only forwarded the policy matters to them.
He said librarians had time and again approached the college
directorate about their concerns regarding absence of regular grades
and his office had conveyed them to the relevant quarters for further
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