BISE Lahore result of Inter part-I exam 2009 announced
Lahore, Sep 16: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Lahore, on Tuesday declared the results of Intermediate Part-I Annual Examinations, 2009. Pass percentage remained 50.60. As many as 115,805 candidates had appeared in the exam and 58,594 candidates passed the exams.
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Technical Education & Vocational Training Authority admissions
Lahore: The Technical Education & Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) has announced admission of the students to its institutes in the second shift as students of regular shift in lieu of self-finance classes for which the fee structure will be the same as that of the regular first shift classes.
According to details, the Chief Minister Punjab has approved initiation of regular second shift in TEVTA institutions to enhance the opportunities for students desiring technical and vocational education while the admission process will be completed by 26 September 2009. It is pertinent to mention here that earlier these classes were being offered under self-finance scheme and the students had to pay heavy fees unlike those studying in regular shift. The news
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Danish Schools to bring revolution in education
Lahore: Punjab Chief Minister, Shahbaz Sharif has said that Danish Schools will prove to be a milestone in the development of education sector and in the first phase, all the resources should be utilised for the completion of 14 Danish Schools within eight months. Maximum funds will be provided for the project, he added.
He expressed these views while addressing a high level meeting held to review implementation of Danish Schools System Project at Chief Minister's Secretariat here on Tuesday. MNA Rana Mehmoodul Hassan, Member Provincial Assembly Asif Manzoor Mohal, Chief Secretary, Additional Chief Secretary, Chairman Planning & Development, Secretary Schools, MD Danish Schools System, Yousuf Kamal, Chairman Taskforce Raja Anwar and concerned officers were present on the occasion.
He said schools would help equipping the students of backward and far-flung areas with the latest knowledge. He said that with the setting up of these prestigious institutions, the poor will realise that they have as much right over the resources of the country as elite and high standard educational facilitates are available to them at par with elite of the big cities of the province.
He said that Danish schools will not only be the centers of education but will also be a masterpiece of architecture. He said that education department will not interfere in the project of Danish Schools system and teachers, their training, curriculum and other affairs of these schools will be handled in a transparent manner through board of governors comprising professionals and capable persons.
He said that experienced and trustworthy contractors should be selected for the construction of Danish schools who could ensure their quality building. He said that the contractors of the past tenure ruined the development projects and Asian Development Bank has taken back the funds of eight billion rupees due to criminal negligence in the accomplishment of development projects and now the government has to bear these additional expenses. He said that Danish Schools Project should be completed speedily and besides land escaping, maximum samplings should be planted there. He said that construction of Danish schools for boys and girls should be started at the same time and their hostels should also be of best quality.
He said that work of selection of suitable talented and capable principals for Danish schools should be started right from now. He said that a comprehensive strategy should also be evolved for the admission of students and recruitment of teachers in these schools but there is no two opinions that the aim of establishment of these schools is provision of latest educational facilities to only poor male and female students so that after equipping with the latest knowledge they could serve the nation.
He said that on one hand, these schools will provide educational facilities in far-flung and backward areas and on the other will also be helpful in elimination of extremism. While lauding the services of MD Danish Schools System Yousuf Kamal regarding evolution of a comprehensive strategy of the project, the Chief Minister said that he should utilize all his capabilities for the immediate accomplishment of these projects. Earlier, MD Danish School System Yousuf Kamal while giving details regarding the project informed that 14 places have been identified for Danish Schools in far flung areas of the province and their designs have also been prepared. He also gave a detailed briefing regarding centers of excellence in the province. The nation
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GCU hosted Qiraat and Naat contest
Lahore: The Debating Society of Government College University (GCU), Lahore, hosted the 1st Hassan Bin Sabit Inter Collegiate Qiraat and Naat Contest-2009 at Bokhari Auditorium of the varsity on Tuesday in which the Punjab University was declared the best team.
In the Qiraat category, Hafiz Hassan Raza of Punjab University stood first, Hafiz Muhammad Adil Aijaz of Government College of Science, Wahdat Road, Lahore, second and Asma Mamoor of Garrison Postgraduate College for Women third.
In the Naat category, Hafiz Ansar Ali Qadri of Minhaj University, Lahore, secured 1st position, Sara Raza Khan from Kinnaird College, Lahore, and Ms Beenish Malik of Punjab University shared the 2nd position. The news
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