AIOU graduation programmes results

AIOU announces results of graduation programmes
Islamabad, Sep 09: Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) has announced the results of B.A, BBA, B.Com and B.A Mass Communication programmes for Semester Autumn 2008. AIOU Controller of Examinations Hafeez Ullah informed that the result intimation cards of these programmes have been dispatched to the students at their given addresses across the country through post.

Any student, who does not receive the Result Intimation Card is advised to contact the nearest AIOU Regional Office or Superintendent (Exams) personally or on phone no. (051) 9057319 to get the duplicate Result Card. To facilitate the students, results has also been placed on Allama Iqbal Open University websites.

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UK visa processing timeframe likely to be affected
Islamabad: The British High Commission announced Monday that due to ongoing IT difficulties experienced within its premises, visa processing timeframes are likely to be adversely affected. "We are prioritising all student applications and working hard to process them in time," says a press release issued by the British High Commission.

The students have been told that if they think that they might miss start date for their course, they are recommended to contact their education provider to ask for a new visa letter with a later start date. For information about applications, the applicants are advised to contact Gerry's hotline: 090010411 (landline) & 8865 (mobile) and for UKBA's Top 10 tips for student applications, visit

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Evening shifts in model colleges to be abolished
Islamabad: Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) Director General Shahista Pirzada has said that the evening shifts in model colleges to be abolished soon and admissions to be given to students after establishing new educational institutes.

In a statement, DG FED said that two model colleges would be set up in each sector, adding more educational institutes have to be set up to abolish evening shifts. She said that Day Care Centres would be set up for children of teachers of federal and model colleges for the convenience of lady teachers.

FDE director general said that the federal schools located in villages have been on top priority and steps would be taken to provide equal chances of getting quality education. She informed that 13 buses have been approved for facilities of students.

On low standard of education, FDE director general held the daily wages and contracts teachers responsible, saying they have been hired on meagre income, therefore, they do not take interest in providing education.

Shahista Pirzada further stated that she has plan to visit all five educational centres of the federal capital aimed to know the problems being faced by teachers' community. The news

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Islamabad has 18 unregistered madressahs
Islamabad: The administration of Islamabad on Tuesday put the responsibility of registering seminaries on the ministry of religious affairs and the Capital Development Authority (CDA) as top officials of the administration expressed their inability to document and control mushroom growth of the madressahs.

"The local administration alone cannot stop the mushroom growth of madressahs as CDA is responsible for allotting plots to them while the ministry of religious affairs got them registered," Deputy Commissioner Islamabad Amer Ali Ahmad told the National Assembly's standing committee on interior at a meeting held in the Parliament House.

The committee was informed that 18 seminaries in the capital were still unregistered and most of them had been set up by clerics belonging to the Deobandi school of thought. There are a total of 140 madressahs in the capital out of which 122 have been registered.

Inspector General of Police Syed Kaleem Imam called for effective mechanism to monitor the activities of the madressahs.

The committee was informed that the education ministry was responsible for implementation of the curriculum in the seminaries, so that not only religious education but also other subjects could be taught to the students. It was stated that the ministry was making satisfactory efforts in this regard. The committee expressed concern over the delay in registration of the seminaries by the local administration without realising that the role of education and religious ministries and the CDA was imperative in this regard.

The committee directed the local administration to expedite the registration process and evolve an effective mechanism for monitoring the activities of the seminaries. "The local administration cannot force any seminary to get itself registered. It's the responsibility of the Auqaf and religious affairs ministry to ask them for registration," said a senior official of the local administration.

Statistics placed before the National Assembly by the religious affairs ministry have revealed that Punjab has more madressahs than the rest of the country. Officials of the religious ministry said up to June 30, 2009, they had registered 9,866 religious schools throughout the country and the province of Punjab was leading with 5,355 seminaries followed by Sindh (2,852), NWFP (1,242), Balochistan (297) and Islamabad (120).

It is worth mentioning here that registration of seminaries is a sensitive issue and despite repeated attempts, the government has failed to bring all of them on its record. Some believe that registration of the madressahs was aimed to steer them away from religious to modern education at the behest of western world. However, the government says it wants to expose the seminary students to modern knowledge. The IGP told the meeting that the police had arrested 46 terrorists in Islamabad during the last six months on the charges of planning terrorist attacks on Parliament House, intelligence agencies' offices, parliamentarians, National Defence University and other sensitive areas.

"These terrorists came here from different parts of the country," he said. He claimed that most of the terrorists were arrested from different madressahs in the capital. Dawn

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IIUI celebrates Defence Day
Islamabad: The September 6, 1965 is a memorable day in the history of Pakistan, when Pakistan, its military and people stood united in defence of Pakistan.

These views were expressed by Prof. Hafeez-ur-Rehman, senior columnist and scholar, while delivering a lecture at the International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI) at Women Campus in connection with Defense Day of Pakistan celebrations.

Highlighting the salient features of the importance of observing the Defence Day he said, "Our neighbour country India, which is three times more influential and powerful than us, imposed an unannounced war on Pakistan in the wee hours of September 6.

"Our valiant and brave solders fought courageously and fearlessly and did not allow enemy to cross the borders and enter our motherland. Pakistan is based on two nations theory, those who think that the two countries, Pakistan and India, are similar should understand that Muslims are different than Hindus".

Our norms, values, religion and traditions are quite different from Hindus. He added that Mr. Rajeev Gandhi addressed his nation on August 15 and said they got freedom with British rule but they left minorities for us and they have get rid of them.

Professor Amina Mahmood, Chairperson of Department of International Relations, IIUI, gave vote of thanks to the guest speaker and said that the objective of arranging such lectures is to remind our nation and realise them that they were the best nation of the world.

In the end Prof. Quaiserah M Alvi, Student Adviser, presented souvenir to the guest speaker.
Faculty members of IIUI, university staff members and a large number of students attended the lecture. The nation

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Iftar-dinner for old students of QAU
Islamabad: Preston University Chancellor Dr. Abdul Basit, an active member of Quaideen, alumni association of Quaid-i-Azam University, hosted an iftar-dinner for old students of the QAU.

The participants recalled their days at the QAU. They also expressed concern over the situation prevailing in the country. Ranging from bureaucrats to teachers to businesspersons, they wished for betterment of the country and wanted democracy to take roots.

Irfan Waheed, Shahid Waqar, Haroon Rasheed, Jumman Jamro, Tahir Hijazi and Naveeda Qaisrani were a few to name. Some had come with their wives who also had studied at QAU. One could spot at least one graduate who had brought her husband on the occasion. Mansha Natt, controller sports at the PTV, was conspicuous by his absence and most of the participants of his tenure were asking Murtaza Noor, responsible for inviting members, why the most popular student of late 1970s was not there.

Malik Mahfooz, who was heir-apparent of Mr. Natt in style and diction, currently in London, made his presence felt by ringing to some of the participants. The function, which had no speeches, ended with a sumptuous dinner. The news

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F.G.Junior Model School prize distribution ceremony
Islamabad: F.G.Junior Model School also known as Islamabad Model School in G-9/4,Islamabad had the prize distribution ceremony in school for position holder studentsin centralized annual examination of class V, 2009.

English Language Teacher Miss Mahjabeen Aslam was also given an Excellence Award in this ceremony for having 100% result in her subject English. Mahjabeen Aslam

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