BISE to announce HSSC part-I result on Oct 4
Rawalpindi: Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Rawalpindi will announce the result of Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) Part-I annual examinations, 2010 on Monday (October 4). As per details, the results of FA and FSc Part-I annual examinations will be declared on October 4. While the submission of forms and fee for supplementary exams of intermediate has been extended. The new dates for fee submission of forms for supplementary exams is October 11 with single fee and October 18 with double fee and with triple fee is October 22. The admission forms can be submitted at all prescribed IT centres according to Online system.
HSSC supplementary exams from Oct 5
Islamabad: The Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) Supplementary Examination 2010 of Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) will be held from October 5. The roll number slips of the candidates appearing in the said examination have been dispatched at the addresses given in admission forms. The candidates, who have not received the roll number slips should immediately contact the officers of the board. The contact numbers are director of One Window 0519250612, controller of Examinations (Conduct) 9250606, deputy controller of Examinations (HSSC Conduct) 0519250619, assistant controller of Examination (HSSC Conduct) 0519250641, assistant secretary of One Window 0519250651. THe news
IIUI president among 500 most influential Muslims
Islamabad: Prof Dr Anwar Hussain Siddiqui, president of the International Islamic University Islamabad has been named among the 500 `Most Influential Muslims of the year 2010' by the Royal Islamic Strategic Studies Center.
This Centre is an independent research entity affiliated with the Royal Aal al-Bayt Institute for Islamic Thought.
The Royal Aal al-Bayt Institute for Islamic Thought is an international Islamic non-governmental, independent institute headquartered in Amman, Jordan.
The Center has published the third edition of its book entitled: "The 500 Most Influential Muslims 2010". This publication provides a window into the movers and shakers of the Muslim world.
It highlights people who are influential as Muslims, that is, people whose influence is derived from their practice of Islam or from the fact that they are Muslim.
It gives valuable insight into the different ways that Muslims impact the world, and also shows the diversity of how people are living as Muslims today.
The book states, "Siddiqui is the president of the International Islamic University in Islamabad, a school aiming to produce scholars and practitioners able to use their Islamic learning to meet the economic, social, political, and intellectual needs of the ummah".
This is a singular honour not only for the President but for the University itself as it feels proud that it is led by a renowned personality of the Muslim world.
Dr Siddiqui's association with the International Islamic University dates back to its founding years as he has been entrusted with several important and strategic assignments from time to time during the past 25 years.
Under his supervision, the university has expanded in many directions in way of setting up of academic Departments, introduction of qualified Faculty, growth of the University budget, growth of infrastructure and all resulting in the growth in the enrollment of students, thus bringing it to the position of the third largest public sector university of the country. app
Rootsians win 10 awards in
Rawalpindi: The students of Roots School System won ten awards in the Royal Commonwealth Essay Competition 2010.
According to the Royal Commonwealth Society, U.K, nearly 4,000 entries were received from all over the world this year. It is indeed a great achievement to win ten awards from a single school system in Pakistan. Roots is no 1 in bagging 10 awards as compared to all other winners from Pakistan. Many prestigious schools participated in the annual essay contest and have won silver and bronze awards.
Roots brilliant winners are: Mustafa Farrukh of 'O' Final year DHA-I (Silver Award), Farheen Akhter of A-II DHA-I (Bronze Award), Ramsha Hasham of IG III - 36 NDR Islamabad (Bronze Award), Zainab Rafique of 5th 54 NDR Islamabad (Bronze Award), Sonia Riaz of O-III, DHA-I (Bronze Award), Asfand Sohail of Class VII-40 Civil Lines Rawalpindi (Bronze Award), Zarmina Ali of IG- III DHA I (Bronze Award), Abdullah Nasir of IG-II 38 NDR Islamabad (Bronze Award), Naja Zari Aamir of Pre O-II -38 NDR Islamabad (Bronze Award) and Saniah Farooq of 5th grade - 48-A, Satellite Town Campus, Rawalpindi (Bronze Award).
The international jury has congratulated all the winners and has thoroughly enjoyed reading the entries and was highly impressed by the standard of essays.
The Royal Commonwealth Society has a rich history of nurturing the creative talents of young people around the Commonwealth through a range of competitions. In 2010, these competitions were being run as an exciting awards scheme for the very first time. They encourage creative responses to global challenges and offer a unique international platform for new young talent.
Open to all Commonwealth citizens aged 18 or under, the Essay Competition offered young people the opportunity to make their voice heard on a global platform, encouraging students to engage with issues, which are important to them. Every year, the Commonwealth Essay Competition inspires thousands of young writers from all over the world. Organised by the RCS, this international youth writing contest has been running for over 100 years - the world's oldest and is highly regarded and popular international education project. The news