Girls edge out boys in Inter II exams
Lahore, Sep 10: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Lahore, on Friday announced the names of position holders of the Annual Intermediate Part II, 2011, examination.
The result of intermediate part-II will be announced on Saturday (today). The names of position holder candidates were announced in a ceremony held in the BISE office.
The BISE chairman announced the names of the position holders. He told the media persons that a special award-distribution ceremony would be held at Al-Hamra Hall-II on Saturday (today) and Education Minister Mujtaba Shuja-Ur-Rehman would be the chief guest on the occasion. He said the names of position holders had been announced a day before the overall result according to the directions of the Punjab government.
According to the results, Hira Iftikhar of Government Kinnaird College for Women won the first position by obtaining 1,039 marks and Javaria Tehzeeb of the Government Kinnaird College for Women got the second position by securing 1,036 marks while three candidates jointly shared the third position. They are Anam Manzoor of Government Kinnaird College for Women, Rubar Haider Jafri of Government Kinnaird College for Women and Ali Ayub of Government Islamia College Civil Lines by getting 1028 marks each.
In Pre-Medical Group (among boys), Muhammad Arslan Arshad of Government College University, Lahore, won the first position by securing 1,021 marks. Ahmad Bani Sardar and Muhammad Hamza of Government College University, Lahore, secured second and third positions by getting 1,018 and 1,013 marks respectively.
In Pre-Medical Group (among girls), Hira Iftikhar of Government Kinnaird College for Women bagged the first position by securing 1,039 marks. Javaria Tehzeeb of Government Kinnaird College for Women won the second position by securing 1,036 marks and Anam Manzoor and Rubar Haider Jafri of Government Kinnaird College for Women secured third position by getting 1,028 marks respectively.
In Pre-Engineering Group (among boys), Ali Ayub of Government Islamia College Civil Lines, Lahore, stood first by getting 1,028 marks. Muhammad Omer Ajmal and Ammad Ud Din Joya of Government College University, Lahore, stood second and third by getting 1,027 and 1,026 marks respectively. In Pre-Engineering Group (among girls), Anam Sadiq of the Punjab College for Women, Muslim Town, stood first by getting 1,025 marks. Ayesha Zulfiqar and Maryam Khalid of Government Kinnaird College for Women stood second and third by getting 1,016 and 1,015 marks respectively.
In General Science Group (among boys), Ashas Ahmad of Government College University, Lahore, stood first after getting 992 marks while Hafiz Muhammad Salman Saeed and Daniyal Haleem of Government College University, Lahore, stood second and third by getting 976 and 970 marks respectively.
Among the girls in aforesaid group, Abeer Shahbaz of Government Queen Marry College secured first position by getting 985 marks. Ramshah Jahangir of Lahore College for Women University, Jail Road, Lahore, stood second by getting 985 marks. Mustabeen Iqbal and Nida Khaild of Government Kinnaird College for Women secured third position by getting 980 and 969 marks each.
In Commerce Group (among boys), Muhammad Ashfaq of Punjab College, Okara, secured first position by getting 975 marks. Bilawal Munir of Government MAO College secured second position by getting 960 and Mubashar Humayon of Punjab College of Commerce, Rawaz Garden, Chouburji, secured third position by getting 956 marks.
In Commerce Group (among girls), Fareeha Waseem, Asma Abdul Razzaq and Rabia Fayyaz of Punjab College for Women, Muslim Town, stood first, second and third by getting 994, 987 and 968 marks respectively.
In Humanities and other Group (among boys), Hafiz Muhammad Yasin, a private candidate, stood first by getting 931 marks. Shakoh Zulqurnain and Jawwad Raza Sultan of Government College University, Lahore, secured second and third position by getting 919 and 968 marks respectively.
Sara Zahid of Ghazali College for Women, Township, stood first among the girls in the same group by getting 940 marks. Sadia Arshad, a private candidate and Neelam Shah of Government Degree College for Women, Kot Radha Kishan, Kasur, stood second and third by getting 933 and 917 marks respectively. The news
GCU secures 10 of 15 positions among boys
Lahore: Government College University Lahore Vice Chancellor Professor Dr Muhammad Khaleequr Rahman has congratulated Ravians on securing as many as 10 positions in the Intermediate Examinations 2011, saying that students' achievements bring glory to their alma mater.
He attributed the tremendous achievement of the GCU students to their hard work and talent through which they have managed to uphold the GCU's tradition of excellence. He said it was due to unflinching dedication and commitment of the GCU students to their studies and invaluable pedagogical input of the highly-qualified trained GCU faculty that GCU is ranked among the topic educational institutions of the country.
It is pertinent to mention that GCU has secured as many as 10 out of the total 15 positions among boys in the Annual Examinations 2011. Ravians clean swept the Pre-medical Group (Boys) wherein Muhammad Arslan Arshad bagged the first position with 1021 marks while Ahmad Bani Sadar and Muhammad Hamza stood second and third with 1018 and 1013 marks respectively. The GCU students also secured all the three positions in the General Science Group (Boys) where Ashas Ahmad, Hafiz Muhammad Salman Saeed and Daniyal Haleem secured the first, second third positions. The university students also secured two positions in the Pre-engineering group (boys) where Omer Ajmal and Ammad-ud-Din stood second and third with 1027 and 1026 marks. Two Ravians also secured positions in the Humanities Group Boys. Daily tiems
Entrance test for admissions to medical colleges
Faisalabad: As many as 3,430 candidates will appear in entrance test for admissions to MBBS/BDS classes in medical colleges under the aegis of the University of Health Sciences here on September 13.
This was informed during a meeting held under the chairmanship of Commissioner Tahir Hussain to review security and administrative arrangements for entrance test centres. The meeting was informed that 2,325 female candidates would appear in a centre at the University of Agriculture Faisalabad and 1,105 male candidates would appear in a centre at the Government College for Women, Madina Town.
Speaking on the occasion, the commissioner directed the departments concerned to make comprehensive security arrangements at and around entrance test centres well in time. He said that special alternate arrangements should also be ensured in case of rain, besides ensuring proper seating arrangements for parents of students.
DCO Naseem Sadiq said that walkthrough gates and CCTV cameras would be installed at centres. He said that policemen and Rescue 1122 teams would be deployed in centres. He said that an information desk and medical camps would also be set up in centres while scouts would also available for the guidance of the candidates.
During the meeting, UHS representatives gave details of the conducting entrance test and informed that necessary training had been given to supervisory staff and they had been called for duty a day before the test.
Lahore: University of Education will organise Professional Competency Enhancement Programme for Teachers on the varsity s Township Campus from September 12. The course will continue for three weeks, and teachers from all the campuses and divisions of University of Education would participate in it.
Teachers real nation builders: GCU VC
Lahore: A four-day training of the university s young teachers concluded at Government College University (GCU) on Friday.
GCU Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Muhammad Khaleeq-ur-Rahman chaired the conclusion of the training programme and spoke that the teachers were the real nation builders and it was one of their foremost duties to inculcate spirit of patriotism and nationalism to the students.
Later, the Vice Chancellor gave away certificates to the young teachers including Nabila Aslam, Dr Nadeem Ahmad Mirza, Ayesha Atta, Sumbal Maqsood, Samia Hanif, Ammara Khan, Rida Iqtadar, Imran Ali, Um-e-Kalsoom, Rizwana Khaliq, Robina Kokab, Muhammad Umar, Muhammad Javaid Bajwa, Muhammad Atif Shafiq Bhatti, Saqib Jabbar, Sajid Ali, Sadia Sharif, Muhammad Sarfraz, Atta-ul-haq, Yasar Mehmood, Maliha Butt, Muhammad Tariq Zahid, Mehwish Faheem and Saima Sarwar.
Meanwhile, Government College University Vice Chancellor will address the students of intermediate Part-II on Monday at Bukhari Auditorium at 9:30 am. All the heads of teaching and administrative departments will be also present.
Bonn Varsity, GCU research in flood-hit areas
Lahore: The Bonn University, Germany, and Government College University (GCU) have signed an agreement to carry out research in flood-hit areas through social prospective and investigate "vulnerability", "resilience" and "coping strategies" of average local population in the socio-cultural, political and economic context. GCU Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Khaleeq-ur-Rahman and Bonn University, Centre for Research Development (ZEF) Director Dr Solvay Gerke, signed the agreement to execute the research project titled "After the flood is before the flood: Vulnerabilities and coping capacities in flood affected communities of Punjab" which is being mainly funded by DAAD-German Academic Exchange Service. Chairing a meeting to ensure qualitative implementation of the project, Prof Dr Khaleeq-ur-Rahman hoped that the research would help contribute to an appropriate understanding about the problems of flood victims. The news