Peshawar Board HSSC examination position holders

HSSC toppers seek Punjab-like treatment
Peshawar, Sep 03, 2008: Parents of the students who won top three positions in the 2008 HSSC examination of Peshawar Board Tuesday appealed to the provincial government to help them with the education of these poor but brilliant students.

Muhammad Bilal, son of a retired bank cashier, clinched first position in all the federal and provincial boards in the province by securing 981 marks. His father Fazlur Rahman said that "I could not afford his studies in my limited income.

Though the boy qualified the National University of Science and Technology (NUST) entry test but due to financial constraints, it is very hard to arrange money for his admission", the desperate father added. Fazlur Rahman added his son deserved to be sponsored by the government for his studies owing to his brilliant academic results.

"Chief Minister Punjab Mian Shahbaz Sharrif had announced huge financial support for toppers in the boards in Punjab, however, the NWFP chief minister and the vocal provincial education minister have not even congratulated these brilliant children of the Pakhtun nation", remarked well-informed Khan Muhammad of Gulberg area. The poor student, who topped Punjab Board, was not only honoured with guard of honour but was also presented with five million rupees cash award, added Khan.

Similarly, Mohibullah and Kaleemullah, who secured second and third position respectively in Peshawar Board, hail from a humble background. The parents of the two brilliant students are worried about arranging money for their further studies. They deserve the help and support of the provincial government to continue their studies and secure their future, said Arif Mehmood, a lecturer of Islamia College Peshawar.

The district nazim Peshawar, Ghulam Ali in a recent ceremony at his office, gave cash awards of Rs5,000, Rs3,000 and Rs2,000 to the position holders. Now, who on earth will tell the worthy nazim and politicians that few thousands rupees is nothing as the poor students require sustained financing for their educational needs in this record expensive age, said a teacher of government college Peshawar. The parents of these intelligent students have appealed to the NWFP government and the NGO sector to finance them in their future studies as they had meagre resources. The News

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Graduation ceremony of 118 Flying Instructors Course held at Risalpur
Islamabad: The graduation ceremony of 118 Flying Instructors' Course was held at Flying Instructors' School (FIS), Pakistan Air Force Academy, Risalpur on Tuesday.

Deputy Chief of the Air Staff (Operations), Pakistan Air Force Air Marshal Rao Qamar Suleman was the chief guest on the occasion.

Addressing the graduating Instructor Pilots, Air Marshal Rao said, "You are expected to be a true source of motivation for your student pilots. This demands complete dedication and commitment from each one of you, because only these virtues will make you capable of understanding the flying related requirements of your students."

He said "Your efforts today will indeed shape the destiny of the "PAF of tomorrow. This task of instructional flying therefore, demands that you put your heart and soul together. Your diligence to impart flying instructions blended with your own professional competence will help in shaping the combat effective PAF, full of professionally competent and morally upright officers."

Earlier, the Officer Commanding FIS presented course report and highlighted the salient features of professional training. Certificates and trophies were awarded to the graduating officers. Squadron Leader Nisar-un-Nabi won the Chief of the Air Staff trophy for best all round performance in the course. The graduating batch of pilots belongs to Pakistan Air Force and Pakistan Army.

On arrival, the chief guest was received by Air Vice Marshal Muhammad Safdar khan, Air Officer Commanding, Pakistan Air Force Academy Risalpur. App

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School for occult sciences: Supernatural only for the rich?
Lahore: Offering over 18 subjects, with each course costing Rs 20,000 or more, the school for occult sciences has ensured that studying the "hidden depths" is best suited for the wealthy.

The first batch of 50 students of the institute recently passed out from Future Horizon, a school launched by a non-governmental organisation, the Pakistan Astrological Council, in Gulberg six months ago. Initially offering six-month certificate courses for beginners in the subjects of Astrology, Jaffar (using teachings from the holy Quran to diagnose and solve life's problems), Palmistry, Tarot Card reading, Numerology, Runes reading, Reiki, Meditation, Telepathy, Aromatherapy, Colour Therapy, Sound Therapy, Gem Stones, Clairvoyance, Clairaudience, Hypnotism, Magnetism and Yoga. Following the success of its initial programme, Future Horizon has decided to start three-month diploma courses for its graduates.

Rich families: Referring to the high cost of the courses, Future Horizon Chairman Munem Khan said that most students attending the institute in pursuit of their desired courses belonged to rich families and could easily afford heavy fees. He said that classes were held three days a week, adding that Future Horizon was Pakistan's first state-of-the-art institute for research and education of occult sciences. He said that the institute aimed to provide research facilities in all fields of occult sciences through renowned practitioners, as well as knowledge of the science. He claimed that no other institute, with ultra-modern facilities, had ever been established in Pakistan for the seekers of occult knowledge, adding that experts in those fields also lacked platforms to conduct research into their chosen profession.

Addressing the future of the institute, Khan said that Future Horizon would offer three-month diploma courses to its graduates, which would be based on extensive study and practical work. He said that the courses on offer would not only enhance the students' ability to practice the knowledge of their subject, but would also improve their analysis of dreams and visions in addition to improving their application of visions to real life. The institute, which boasts a faculty of 10 foreign-qualified teachers, also claims to improve the students' inherent skills through the courses offered. Munem, one of the teachers, said that he belonged to a religious family and had acquired basic knowledge of jaffar from his father, who was a chemist and an expert in the field. He said that he had travelled to Sri Lanka to get a degree in occult science.

No help required: The graduating students said that they had studied various courses to assess themselves and find solutions to their problems without the help of fake pirs and fortune tellers. The institute was very helpful in unlocking their full potential, they added. Daily Times

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