BISE Quetta announced FA examination results

BISE declares FA results
Quetta, Sep 15: Balochistan Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Quetta declared result of HSSC Annual Examination 2008 (Humanities Group) here Saturday. According to result gazette, girls outclassed boys clinching all the three top positions. First position was secured by Ms Gul Afshan Roll No 43127. She obtained 808 marks. Second position went to Alina Shakeel Roll No 43099 who got 777 marks. First and second position winners belong to Islamia Girls Colelge, Quetta. Third position winner was Ms Zehra Batool Roll No 50643 with 748 marks. She alppeared as a private candidate. In all 17645 candidates appeared for the examination and 8718 came out successful. Ppi

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AIOU loses mark sheet of Public Relations paper
Islamabad: The marks-sheet of the subject of Public Relations of MSc Mass Communication of semester 2007 of Allama Iqbal Open University has been lost and the students are forced to sit again for the paper, this agency has learnt.

However, the students have made it clear that they will not sit for re-examination and vowed to protest if the issue was not resolved in two days.

Vice Chancellor Allama Iqbal Open University, Dr. Mehmood ul Hassan refused to comment on the issue when approached by the agency and said the issue is not big but the media exaggerated it.

According to details, students of Mass Communication Department of AIOU told the agency that despite the solution of all the questions of the subject Public Relations of semester 2007 the University at its Website result on Sept 3rd directed more than forty students to reappear in the paper of Public Relations and marks of this subject were not allotted.

"This is our future issue and we have achieved good grades in three semesters and due to the incompetence staff of the university our future is put at the stake", they pointed out.

The spokesman of the university said on approach that the marks list of the subject has been lost and the students will have to give the paper again.

The students have expressed deep concerns on reappear for paper and said they will not reappear for the said paper at any cost. NNI

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FBISE SSC supplementary exam from 16th
Islamabad: Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Supplementary Examination 2008 of the Federal Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education (FBISE), Islamabad will be held from September 16. Roll number slips of the candidates appearing in the said examination have been dispatched at the addresses given by them in the admission forms. In case, the roll number slip is not received by any candidate up to September 10, he/she should immediately contact the following officers of the Board at the given telephone numbers for obtaining the same:- Director (One Window) Tel 9250612, Controller of Examination (Conduct) Tel 9250606, Deputy Controller of Examinations (SSC Conduct) Tel 9250620, Assistant Controller of Examinations (SSC Conduct) Tel 9250642.

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Healthy lunch helps kids concentrate in school
Healthy foods should be included on the list of back-to-school supplies for your children, says a University of Michigan Health System expert.

Dietitian Catherine Kraus explained that a healthy, balanced diet enables neurotransmitters (chemical messengers in the brain) to function more efficiently, resulting in improved concentration and memory.

"Childhood is a crucial time when bodies are growing and brains are developing. Its so important to fuel the body with good nutrition, and teaching children smart eating habits at a young age is a great idea. It starts with the parents serving as the role model," Kraus said in a university news release.

She suggested a number of ways for parents to provide well-balanced meals and snacks to give children the energy and nutrition they need to perform well at school.

Make sure children eat breakfast. Research has shown that children who skip breakfast don't do as well in school as students who eat breakfast. A healthy breakfast includes a whole grain cereal, oatmeal or bread with a protein such as peanut butter or a hard-boiled egg. Including whole fruit instead of fruit juice adds more vitamins, minerals and fiber into the diet. Dairy products are acceptable as long as they're in the form of fat-free or low-fat milk, yogurt or cheese.

While many schools are striving to include healthier items on their lunch menus, there are still plenty of unhealthy items such as pizza and sweetened drinks.

"When children consume a high-fat, high-sugar meal, their bodies will crash, and they will become very tired and lethargic - which is not going to help them perform at their best level in school," Kraus said.

If you're concerned about the cafeteria choices at school, give your child packed lunches that include a type of whole grain, such as bread with a lean protein, such as tuna or chicken. Include assortments of fruits and vegetables in various colours and sizes. Healthy beverage choices include water, fat-free or low-fat milk, or 100-percent fruit juice.

At dinner, half of your child's plate should include vegetables and fruit, one-quarter should consist of a lean protein, and one-quarter should contain whole grains, such as brown rice or whole wheat pasta.

"A smart dinner will help your child's brain function. If they are satisfied after dinnertime, then they will sleep through the night, and a child needs at least eight to nine hours of sleep a night in order to function while in the school the next day," Kraus said. The News

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