Rawalpindi Board FA/FSc annual examination result 2012

FA/FSc part II result
Rawalpindi, Sep 08: Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (RBISE) will announce FA/FSc part II annual result 2012 today (Saturday).

According to a RBISE spokesman, Arslan Ali Cheema, medals/certificates awarding ceremony in honour of position holders of Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) annual examination 2012 will be held today at 10am in the auditorium of Government Post Graduate College for Women, 6th Road, Satellite Town.

Position holders, their parents and prominent educationists will also participate in the ceremony.

Special Assistant to the Chief Minister (CM) on Higher Education Syed Zaeem Hussain Qadri will be chief guest on the occasion. app

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71% qualify KMU MBBS examination
Peshawar: The Khyber Medical University (KMU) has announced result of MBBS (final) Professional annual examination.In the examination, 963 students appeared and 680 were declared successful with a pass percentage of 71.

According to the notification issued by examination department of the KMU, Khush Bakht of KMU Institute of Medical Sciences, Kohat, clinched first position by obtaining 1,601 marks. Muhammad Hassan Saeed and Mahrukh Ayesha Ali of the Khyber Medical College (KMC), Peshawar secured second and third positions, respectively, with 1,581 and 1,579 out of 2,000 marks.

The pass percentage of KMC was 86 percent, Ayub Medical College, Abbottabad 70, Gomal Medical College, Dera Ismail Khan 92, Khyber Girls Medical College, Peshawar 61, Saidu Medical College, Swat 84, KMU Institute of Medical Sciences, Kohat, 82, Bannu Medical College 93, Women Medical College 32 and Abbottabad International Medical College 33. The news

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School fight ends in 3 murders
Rawalpindi: A brawl among schoolchildren in the PTCL Colony in the cantonment area on Thursday ended in the cold blooded murder of three brothers and injuries to two others late in the night.

R.A. Bazaar police registered a case on the complaint of the injured Mohammad Zareen but said no one could be arrested as the alleged assailants fled after the massacre.

As the day broke and the gruesome tragedy became known, people of the area came out to protest, placing coffins of the murdered brothers in the middle of the Mall Square in Saddar.

They claimed that the tragedy might have been averted if the police had acted promptly on the alarm raised by the aggrieved family.

In the FIR that he registered with R.A. Bazaar police, Zareen, 46, stated that accused Chaudhry Shahadat came with his brother Chaudhry Arshad and two other persons in a white car to his house on Thursday afternoon, demanding to know why their little cousin Nabeel had beaten up his son at school. "I told Shahadat that the sons of Qureshis had a fight with Nabeel.

On this, he left, cursing and abusing, to get the sons of Qureshi. In the meantime, I rushed my two brothers to alert the R.A. Bazaar police station but police did not entertain them," he said.

"After some time, Chaudhry Shahadat and his men returned to our place and started firing indiscriminately. My brother Muhammad Nadeem died on the spot while two other brothers, Muhammad Azeem and Muhammad Amir, myself and our cousin Muhammad Nawaz, were injured," he said.

Zareen said that had police officials responded in time, the lives of his brothers would have been saved.

A heavy contingent of police arrived and Rescue 1122 ambulances shifted the dead and injured to DHQ Hospital for postmortem
and treatment. However, Azeem and Amir succumbed to their injuries there.

Station House Officer Raja Mussadiq said a murder case has been registered against Chaudhry Shahadat, Chaudhry Arshad and their two unknown accomplices who have gone into hiding. Dawn

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University of Malaya team visits NUST
Islamabad: A four-member delegation from University of Malaya, Malaysia, visited National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST) here on Friday. The delegation was led by Professor Dato Dr Sofian Azirun, Dean Faculty of Science, University of Malaya.

Among other guests were Professor Dr Noor Azina Ismail, Professor Dr Saad Mekhilef, and Dr Jagdish Kaur. Sulaiman Ahmad, Deputy Director Academics, HEC, also accompanied the delegates.

The delegation was given briefing on the genesis and growth, development plans, academic programmes, research capabilities, and industry and international linkages of NUST.

Rector NUST Engr. Muhammad Asghar chaired the briefing session while senior faculty and officers of NUST HQ also attended the session. The guests also visited NBS, SEECS, SMME, SCME and IESE.

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AIOU to set up training directorate
Islamabad: Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) will set up a 'training directorate' for capacity building of its employees across the country.

This was expressed by AIOU Vice-Chancellor Professor Dr. Nazir Ahmed Sangi at the Eid Milan party arranged by representative of university's employees from BPS 1 to 16.

Dr. Sangi said a notification would be issued within a couple of days for setting up training directorate. He said that the university will also set-up its own foundation or trust, through which not only many projects for progressing the nation and country would be started but job opportunities would also be created for the university's academician, officers and employees on their retirement from university service. Rules and regulation are being prepared for the establishment of AIOU Foundation.

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Students protest cancellation of MA/MSc papers
Miranshah: The students of the Government Postgraduate College here Friday staged protest against the cancellation of the MA and MSc papers.

Led by Imran Khan, Munawwar Shah, Asaldin and Gul Wali Khan, the angry students held banners and chanted slogans against the college administration.Speaking on the occasion, they said the MA and MSc papers had been cancelled last month due to curfew in the area by security forces and political administration.

They said these papers were to be conducted on September 4, but could not be held due to unknown reson.The students of the Government Postgraduate College said the college administration had wasted their time.

The students asked the governor to look into the matter and direct the Bannu University and postgraduate college administrations to reschedule the cancelled papers of MA and MSc soon. The news

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