Punjab university BCom part-I result 2009

Punjab university annouced result of BCom Part-I annual exam 2009
Lahore, Sep 28: The Punjab University (PU) will announce the result of B Com, Part-I Annual Examination 2009, on Monday (today). According to PU controller of exams Prof Dr Zahid Kareem, around 46000 candidates had appeared in the exam and more than 40 per cent of them had passed. The result will also be available on varsity's website www.pu.edu.pk. The news

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PU increased reserved seats for co curricular, sports
Lahore: Punjab University has increased reserved seats for admission on extra-curricular activities and sports from the next academic session. Vice Chancellor Punjab University Prof. Dr. Mujahid Kamran said on Sunday. He said that sports and co curricular activities are integral part of edcuation. "I'm perturbed over the falling standards in sports and intend to help Punjab University regain her past glory in sports by rooting out all irritants", he said.

The VC said that PU has achieved great success promoting extra curricular activities among the university students. "The tradition of annual convocation has been revived and convocation is an annual feature on the university calendar", he added. About the falling standards in sports, he said, "I have constituted two committees on sports in order to achieve the highest standards while I myself would head the one committee", Dr. Mujahid Kamran said.

Dilating on his priorities for academics, the VC expressed his resolve to promote faculty development programme in the Punjab University. He said that research work is the hallmark of great academic institutions. He said that he has raised the funds for faculty development programme to Rs 65 millions from a meager Rs 40 million. He said these funds would be further raised to 80 million rupees and a summary has been sent to the Punjab Chief Minister Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif in this regard.

He said that only 4 million rupees were allocated for research work in the Punjab University before he assumed charge as V.C in January 2008 and these funds usually remained unutilized and lapsed in the past. He said that he has initiated the research culture in the Punjab University. "I have allocated Rs 50 million for research work in the PU ", he said.

He said that 124 universities professors are pursuing higher studies at present. Some 88 professors have gone abroad for their Ph.D degrees while 36 are enrolled in indigenous Ph.D programmes.

The VC said that the efforts to achieve faculty development targets might be affected by the lack of funds. He said that the university has decided to create more revenue through its own resources. For this purpose the university has decided to use its 900 acres land in a more purposeful way to produce more revenue through its own resources.

He said that PU meets the 65 percent of its annual budgets through its own resources while the Higher Education Commission (HEC) funds around 25 percent of the budgetary needs. The short fall of 30 million rupees in the budget is met through other resources. He said that he has also approached the Punjab Government for more funds.

"Punjab University Alumni Association would soon be started. This would help Punjab University seek financial assistance from its old students all over the world. These affluent Punjab University students would be approached to fund research in the Punjab University", the VC said. APP

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World bank to give $350m for education sector upgrade
Lahore: Punjab Minister for Education, Transport and Excise & Taxation, Mujtaba Shuja-ur-Rehman has said that 350-million Dollars will be provided by the World Bank for enhancing education sector expenditure and improved fiduciary environment, improved quality education, improved education access and equity and school management, governance and monitoring in education sector of Punjab.

While talking to various delegations, the Minister said that Chief Minister Punjab Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif is giving top priority to education sector and he desires that access of education should be available to each and every boy and girl child of the Province.

He added that in result of the agreement signed with World Bank, an amount of Rs.350-million dollars would be available which would be spent on improvement of quality of education, access of all to education, school management, good financial governance and monitoring and with this agreement the targets for improving the standard of education, training of teachers, capacity building, equity and equality to bring low literacy areas at par with comparatively more educationally developed areas, improving text books, providing stipends and free text books to students, up gradation of schools and better financial management would be achieved.

Punjab Government is equally encouraging private sector educational institutions by enhancing public private partnership to achieve targets in education sector reforms, he concluded. F.P report

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Uproar against government high School privatisation
Lahore: Joint Action Committee Asataza Punjab (JACAP) expressing serious concern has criticized the provincial government over alleged denationalisation of the Government Sulemania Public High School Samanabad. In a press release, JACAP office-bearers including Rana Muhammad Arshad, Jan-e-Alam Khan, Rana Liaquat and others said around 1300 students were enrolled at the Government Sulemania Public High School Samanabad.

They alleged some influential people wanted to deprive poor students of the school just to mint money. Without naming anyone, the teacher representatives further said some people had been keeping eye on the school for long as the school's land was worth over Rs 1 billion these days. "These people have no legal connection with the said school", they said while claiming that "The chief minister has been wrongly briefed in this regard". JACAP office-bearers further said the school was the property of Education Department as Auqaf Department had transferred this land to the Education Department.

When contacted, Secretary Schools Aslam Kamboh said he had recently joined the department as Secretary and was unaware of the issue. It would be premature to comment now, he said adding a meeting had been called in this regard on Monday (today). The news

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Two teachers suspended
Lahore: Two SST teachers of Government progressive girls high school R-block, Modle Town, Lahore have been suspended from service under PEEDA act 2006 for awarding physical punishment to a 9th class student.

According to an official order released by the Executive District Officer education, the teachers Mst Shagufta Shaheen and Mst Kausar Perveen have been suspended after they found guilty of getting the student Washal Khuram slapped through another classmate for showing weak performance in tests of mathematics, in the initial inquiry. Further action under the law is in progress. APP

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