AIOU autumn semester 2009 admission forms

AIOU extends date for autumn semester admission
Islamabad, Sep 13: Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) has extended deadline for submitting admission forms for the students of the Semester Autumn 2009 till September 15.

Director Admission Sohail Nazir Rana said that all the continuing and fresh students who have not yet applied for admission but are desirous of getting admission can get admission form from the main campus of the university as well as from it's regional offices located in 36 Regional campuses around the country and submit up to Tuesday September 15 along with prescribed fee, said a press release issued here on Saturday.

For continuing students, the university has already dispatched continuing computerized admission forms to their given addresses. If anyone has not yet received the continuing admission form, he/she is advised to download it from the AIOU`s website

Fresh Matric, FA, BA admission form can be purchased from the main campus of the university or its regional offices and deposit the prescribed fee along with the admission form in the authorized branches of National Bank of Pakistan and all branches of First Women Bank Limited, Allied Bank Limited, Bank Al Falah Limited and Habib Bank Limited, throughout the country, latest by Tuesday, September 15.

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Name: saima junaid
City, Country: lahore, Pakistan

"i want to take admissiuon in B.A. i passed I.COM IN 1999 from PUNJAB BOARD OF TECHNICAL EDUCATIUON LAHORE."
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City, Country: multan-pakistan

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City, Country: Bahawalpur, Pakistan

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USAID signs MoU to place Pakistanis on highly skilled jobs
Islamabad: USAID Pakistan (Jobs) project Saturday signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Brightspyre and Institute of Business Administration (IBA), Sukkur to join hands for the placement of approximately 100,000 Pakistanis on highly skilled jobs, says a press release.

"This MOU will open doors to a world of opportunities for the youth and women job seekers of Pakistan," said Amy Ramm, Chief of Party, USAID Pakistan (Jobs). "In partnership with Brightspyer - the leading job portal for the corporate sector; and IBA, Sukkur - one of the best Information Technology institutes in the country, USAID Pakistan (Jobs) will train and counsel students to get preeminent jobs in line with their interest and caliber."

Pakistan's economy is deficient due to low labor productivity. USAID Pakistan (Jobs) will increase the job market value by introducing highly skilled work force. This project will urge and facilitate employers to develop on-the-job training systems that will improve employee skills, bringing competitiveness amongst Pakistani firms.

USAID Pakistan (Jobs) is a five-year, $80 million project funded by US Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented by consortium of private sector non-government and technical partner organisations led by Care International in collaboration with the Government of Pakistan, Ministry of Industries, Production and Special Initiatives.

Since 2002, the US government has provided more than $3.4 billion to Pakistan for improvements in economic growth, education, health, governance, and assistance for earthquake reconstruction.

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Blind student seeks CM's help
Islamabad: A blind female student, Noorul Huda has secured first position among special male and female students in intermediate examination and fourth position in Dera Ghazi Khan Board after getting 910 marks out of 1100. According to a private TV channel Noor, hails from Layya and wants to continue her academics and appealed to Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif to provide financial assistance to her.

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Mehfil Husne Qirrat at IIU
Islamabad: The International Islamic University (IIU) will hold an international Mehfil-e-Husane Qirrat here today (September 13) at 2:30 p.m. The event is being organised by Dawah Academy of the university here at Faisal Mosque. Renowned reciters from across the country are invited to participate while the event is open for general public, said a statement issued here on Saturday.

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PAL to hold Naatia Mushaira
Islamabad: Pakistan Academy of Letters (PAL) will hold 'Naatia Mushaira' and lecture in connection with the holy month of Ramazan tomorrow (September 14). The function will be arranged in the Writer House of the academy, said a news release issued here. Prominent poet and National Language Authority Chairman Iftikhar Arif will preside over the Mushaira and Bashir Hussain Nazim will be the chief guest. Hakeem Syed Sarv Saharanpuri will deliver the lecture on the topic "The Tradition of Naat in the Modern Era". Mehboob Zafar will conduct the proceedings. While poets of twin cities will recite their 'Naatia' poetry. The news

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