Rawalpindi Board announces results of HSSC Part-1

Rawalpindi HSSC Part-1 results
Rawalpindi, Sep 16: Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (RBISE) has announced the results of Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) Examination (Part-1) for year 2008 and the overall success ratio was 47 percent.

Out of 39,013 male and female students, 18,575 students were declared successful by obtaining 33 per cent or more numbers. The results have been announced by RBISE Chairman Professor Dr. Iftikhar Baig during a press conference here Monday in his office.

The chairman in the press conference underlined that the main objective of the announcement of the result is to provide a opportunity to students to set their targets for the examination of Part-II. Therefore, no position has been announced in the examination of part-I, he added.

Responding to a question, the chairman told that after the changing in the education session by the government, the changing in the examination schedule is necessary, however, new examination schedule would be announced in a combine meeting of all the eight boards of Punjab to be held after Ramazan.

The changing in the education session would not affect the education of the students, he added. He said that all the education boards have same syllabus and there is a coordination with different universities to avoid the problems facing by the students regarding getting admission in the new classes.

Answering to another question, Dr. Iftikhar Baig stated that new foolproof security system would be introduced form the next year aimed to make the education system more transparent. Under the system, special lockers would be formed for carrying papers from offices of boards to examination centres. Special monitoring would be held for printing system, he added.

Responding to another question, The chairman informed that the construction of new Complex of Education Board has been started and work would be awarded to firm in a board meeting to be held tomorrow (Wednesday). The News

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AIOU extends admission date up to Sep 22
Islamabad: Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) has extended the admission date for Autumn semester 2008 up to September 22. The extension was announced to facilitate all continuing and fresh students desirous of getting admission, said a news release issued here.

For continuing students, the university has already dispatched continuing admission forms to their given address.

However, those who have not received the continuing admission forms are advised to download it from AIOU website www.aiou.edu.pk or use the fresh Matric/FA/BA admission form.

The students can deposit their prescribed fee in the authorized bank branches of National Bank of Pakistan, and all branches of First Women Bank Limited, Allied Bank Limited and Bank Alfalah Limited throughout the country. App

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ICU students want co-education system
Peshawar: The Islamian Action Council, a conglomerate of different student organisations of the Islamia College, has demanded co-education system in the Islamia College University (ICU).

Addressing a news conference here on Monday, the students' representatives said that some students and teachers were opposing co-education in the university, which was unfair and the government should take note of that.

"How girls can be deprived of getting education here while our mothers and sisters had sold their jewellery to contribute in the construction of this leading educational institution of NWFP," said the students' representatives, Abu Bakar, Daulat Khan, Khalil and others.

They also demanded construction of more buildings for hostels and different departments to accommodate the students. The students said the existing buildings of hostels and departments were insufficient after the opening of the Islamia College University there.

"Therefore, we request the provincial governor and chief minister to allocate funds for the new construction as well as for separate hostels for girls," they added.

They said the government should restore quota for the old students in the Islamia College University, because old Islamians have rights to get seats in the university alongside the college.

The students asked the government to stop bombing in Bajaur, Waziristan and Swat and resolve the problems there through negotiations. They said the government should not succumb to each and every demand of the United States. Daily Times

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Comsats launches Masters in Project Management
Islamabad: The Department of Management Sciences at Comsats Institute of Information Technology (CIIT), Islamabad campus launched the programme of Masters in Project Management (MPM) here Monday.

The programme was launched at a ceremony, which was presided over by Rector CIIT Dr SM Junaid Zaidi, who appreciated the project, saying that it is the first of its kind and the CIIT has set a benchmark in project management education in the country.

He said the programme consists of 11 course modules that are comparable in standard with those being offered at universities in developed countries. He said the MPM is meant for professionals interested in project management for their career development and would help meet the demand for highly qualified project management professionals.

Head Management Sciences Department Dr Qaisar Abbas gave a presentation about his department, followed by an introductory session of the project's instructors and students. Incharge MPM programme Dr Aurangzeb Zulfiqar Khan said that his office has received hundreds of queries from professionals all over Pakistan following the placement of the MPM newspaper advertisement on August 12, and added that due to the high number of applications submitted, two batches of students have to be constituted. The News

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