BISE Lahore Inter Part-1 result 2009

Inter Part-1 result on 15th
Lahore, Sep 08: The result of Intermediate Part-I Annual Examination 2009 held under the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Lahore, will be announced on Sept 15, said a press release issued on Monday.

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Punjab University BA/BSc forms submission date
Lahore: The Punjab University (PU) has issued schedule for submission of admission forms for BA/BSc Annual Examination, 2010. According to a press statement, the last date for submission of admission forms for BA/BSc Annual Exam, 2010, with single fee is 21-10-2009 (by post) and 26-10-2009 (by hand) while the forms can be submitted with double fee till 10-11-2009 (by post) and 16-11-2009 (by hand). The date for start of the exam has not been announced yet. The news

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"I heard that B.A annual exams will be started from the mid or the start of January, for me this is unfair. We want our examination in the month of February so that, we may revise our course in the month of January. If the University of Punjab consider our rights with a great care and give us a time for preparation then definitely it must be helpful for the studentsfor getting good results. thanku ."
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22 colleges to introduce four-year BS (Honours)
Lahore: The Punjab higher education department is all set to introduce four-year BS (Honours) programme in around two dozen selected colleges across the province.

Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has reportedly instructed the department to launch the programme at the earliest. It is learnt that the department is planning to introduce the programme from this academic session, for which admission process is under way. A source said that the department had held internal meetings and considered the four-year programme being run by the Government College University. In the meanwhile, the department is planning to hold meetings with the officials of the Punjab University, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, and Islamia University, Bahawalpur.

The higher education department had pursued this case vigorously some two years ago, but could not materialise it because it (the department) wanted to introduce semester system for which the Punjab University was not ready.

Realising the situation, the epartment has now decided to go ahead with the term system or most probably annual system.

The source said the department had selected some 22 colleges, including Government Science College, Wahdat Road, and Government Islamia College, Civil Lines, for the launch of the BS (Honours) programme. "The department has selected the colleges based on the facts that these institutions had postgraduate classes for the subjects being introduced at BS (Honours) programme."

As the higher education department neither advertised nor informed the candidates in prospectuses about the launch of the BS (Honours) programme, he said the department would seek admitted students' option in the selected colleges, whether they wanted to continue with the two-year BA or BSc programme or like to join the four-year BS programme.

When asked, an official seeking anonymity said the department would not face any infrastructure or faculty problems for the first two years.

PU faculty of science dean Prof Dr Jamil Anwar, who was a focal person on this project when it was initially started, said the education department would be required to seek Punjab University's approval with regard to its available faculty, laboratories, apparatus, library and other facilities.

He said the launch of annual system in BS (Honours) programme would be like putting old wine in new bottle. Over the years, he said, it had been realised that the four-year programme was not as successful as it was considered. After two-year BA/BSc programme, he said, students could go abroad or even change their track but those admitted to four-year programme would be stuck to it.

PU registrar Prof Dr Naeem Khan said it would not be feasible to launch the BS (Honours) programme abruptly because it would add to confusion than value addition.

He said the final decision about programme's scheme of studies as well as the requirement of faculty and infrastructure rested with the PU academic council and the syndicate. The education department would also need to seek opinion of the examination department whether the exams should be held every year or after two years. The PU will also decide the nomenclature of the degree. Dawn

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Rs 8m donation to GCU
Lahore: A donation of Rs 8 million was collected for the Endowment Fund Trust of the Government College University (GCU) at an Iftar dinner held on the varsity campus.

According to a press statement issued on Monday, Chief Justice of Lahore High Court Justice Khawaja Muhammad Sharif was the chief guest on the occasion. He prayed for the better future of Pakistan and said, "We are very lucky that we are living in Pakistan." He also appreciated the efforts of Endowment Fund for a noble cause.

GCU Vice Chancellor Dr Khalid Aftab said the university was spending a huge amount of money to promote modern education. Endowment Fund Trust President Iqbal Z Ahmed said this year efforts would be made to collect Rs 500 million for the Endowment Fund Trust which would be spent on developmental projects and needy students. The news

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Mian Muzaffar secures GCU award
Lahore: Government College University has given away GCU Award to Mian Muzaffar Ali, President of Lahore Chamber of Commerce (LCCI), for his contribution to the cause of education.

The Award was presented by Lahore High Court's Chief Justice Khawaja Mohammad Sharif to LCCI President at a ceremony held at the GCU. The Government College University also mentioned Mian Muzaffar's name in the 'Golden Book' and on the Board of Meritorious Services, besides placing his photograph in the Unique Gallery.

It is to mention that Lahore Chamber of Commerce Executive Committee had already proposed establishment of Lahore Chamber of Commerce Education Support Fund to provide scholarships/monetary assistance to talented and needy students for pursuing quality education with equal opportunities. The proposal was later forwarded to DG Trade Organisations for approval, but unfortunately it is not materialised yet.

The award giving ceremony was attended by Educationists, bureaucrats and top businessmen including Mian Misbah-ur-Rehman, who was also presented Government College University award for his contribution. App

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Four students injured in gas cylinder blast
Lahore: A gas cylinder explosion in a flat at Iqbal Town left four students injured on Monday early. The blast took place at 2am and created panic in the area as people gathered on the incident scene after hearing the bang. The blast took place in a flat of Sultan Arcade, Kareem Block, Iqbal Town. All the four boys, who were living in the flat, sustained injuries. They were identified as Nadeem, Majid Ali, Raheel and Awais. An Edhi official said that the boys left the flat when the gas started leaking. The boys returned when the flat was filled with the gas. As the victims opened the door and switched on lights, a blast occurred and left all of them injured. The household items were also burnt. Edhi ambulances shifted the injured to a hospital where their condition was stated to be stable. Police and Rescue 1122 also participated in the rescue operation. The news

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