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Examination Board In Punjab / 9th Class Result Results News
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فیصل آباد بورڈ میٹرک 2018 کے نتائج
فیصل آباد: نمائندہ پاک اسٹڈی :سہیل سیال سے:فیصل آباد بورڈ  نے  میٹرک کے سالانہ امتحانات برائے 2018 کے نتائج کا اعلان کر دیا گیا ہے۔
فیصل آباد میں ڈویژنل پبلک اسکول کی روحما اسحاق چوہدری اور چناب کالج جھنگ کے محمد عمر نے پہلی،
لیبارٹری اسکول زرعی یونیورسٹی کی حرا اکرم اور چنیوٹ اسلامیہ اسکول کی مروہ اصغر نے دوسری
جب کہ ایجوکیٹرز اسکول کی سیمین آصف، اے ڈبلیو گرائمر جڑانوالہ کی مناہل فاطمہ اور ڈویژنل پبلک گرلز اسکول ٹوبہ کی عائشہ نے تیسری پوزیشن لی ہے۔
Book reading habit is dying down rapidly all over the world
Islamabad :21 July: Renowned poet and scholar Iftikhar Hussain Arif, expressing concern over the declining book reading trend, Friday underlined the need to change the education system altogether to create love for books among the youth.

Book reading habit is dying down rapidly not only in Pakistan but all over the world, Iftikhar, an author of five well published books told APP.

It is natural that novelty attracts people everywhere in the world.

We see old and worth following trends are forgotten and replaced with the new ones.

But that should not have happened in the case of reading habits," he opined.

He said with the emergence of electronic gadgets, books had lost their charm in society.

"Electronic books (e-books), mobile phones and computers had taken the place of reading and communication.

I started reading and collecting books since my childhood and still my thirst for reading books has not quenched.

Though e-book has halted the progress to promote book reading and damaged the business of book industry, but still it is unable to break the bond between genuine readers and books, he added.

Despite the fact that access to e-books is quite easy in Pakistan as money is not involved in it and it is also easy to carry them around.

"Yet it is also a reality that you remain unable to create bond between the reader and the book, he observed.

Iftikhar, who has widely travelled abroad, said that in the past book corners were seen in every street in foreign countries, but now they had also vanished there.

Now you only find some great bookshop and publisher names, he added.

He believed that defective education system was one of the major causes of decline in the book reading trend.

He also observed that the drastic changes in cultural values and adaption to new and easy ways to get success were other major causes to put a dent on this trend.

We see students carrying heavy bags and gaining enormous knowledge, despite that lack of critical thinking and wisdom can be noticed.

We put stupendous burden on young shoulders that they seek freedom and comfort in weightless gadgets.

It is their short cut to get quick knowledge without an exhausting research, he lamented.

They do not feel the need to go through different books to complete their assignments.

What they do is simply to get the required and desired material from the Internet.

We need to change the education system altogether and create love for books in young minds during early years of their lives, he opined.

When contacted, Zohaib, a bookshop manager told APP that e-books had badly affected their business.

We generally see a number of people heading towards restaurants to order expensive meals or deals, but they rarely visit a store to get a new book.

Nowadays it is only at the start of an academic session that we see people rushing in to our shops to buy syllabus books only, he added.The news.
OPF organised groundbreaking ceremony for its college/university
Islamabad:21 July: The Overseas Pakistanis Foundation (OPF) on Friday organised the groundbreaking ceremony for its college/university here in F-11/2 sector for the children of Overseas Pakistanis at the cost of Rs260 million, saying the building will be in place within two years.

Addressing the foundation stone laying ceremony, Secretary of Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development Dr Muhammad Hashim Popalzai said the college/university project would be constructed at more than four acres and would have 72 classrooms, five laboratories and one auditorium with the capacity to educate more than 2,400 students.

He said the children of overseas Pakistanis to get their very own degree awarding institute in capital and OPF as a landmark initiative had announced the set up of a degree awarding institution in the heart of the federal capital.

He said the facility had been planned in line with the international standards set by the Higher Education Commission exceeding the benchmarks of any quality institution not just in terms of amenities but also in results.

Managing Director of OPF Aamir Sheikh said the foundation through the initiative vowed to offer the children of overseas Pakistanis and general public at large to pursue the best possible educational facilities in the fields of business administration, management, computer science, media studies, etc.

While extending its service portfolio, the OPF college/university will provide state of the art class rooms, libraries, laboratories, hostels and extracurricular facilities in order to ensure a high standard of education in Pakistan, he said.

In pursuance of its commitment to provide quality education to the children of Overseas Pakistanis, OPF is currently operating 24 education institutions have enrolled 18,000 students across Pakistan.

He said those institutions delivered a fair standard of education and the children of overseas Pakistanis were enjoying a discount of 50% in tuition fee and scholarships are being offered to the bright students.

"Our education system is embedded with such a curriculum and mentoring that not only it focuses on educating children but also their character building," he said.

The OPF managing director said the foundation was established in 1979 to look after the interest of overseas Pakistanis and their dependents.

"We have launched a number of projects and welfare schemes to provide relief to overseas Pakistanis and their dependents.

The main objective of the OPF is to provide welfare services to the Overseas Pakistanis through quality initiatives especially in the areas of education, health, housing and financial benefits like death and disability compensation," he said.The news.
Education News from Sindh / AIOU declares result of MPhil Mathematics
« Last post by sb on July 21, 2018, 11:55:28 AM »
AIOU declares result of MPhil Mathematics
Islamabad:July 21:  Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) on Friday declared the result of MPhil Mathematics, while the result’s announcement process for other postgraduates programs Semester Spring-2018, is being expedited.

According to the Controller Exams, the semester’s result MPhil/PhD Chemistry and Physics will be declared next week, a press release said.

It is for the first time, the results of the post-graduates programmes are being declared ahead of the scheduled time, on the instructions of the Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Shahid Siddiqui.

This will enable the aspiring students to take admission in the next programme.

The quality and transparency in the exams and their announcement is strictly maintained.

A zero-tolerance policy has been adopted against any kind of unfairness in the exam’s process, the Controller Exams added.The news.
LCWU / Lahore College for Women University admissions to FA/ FSc 1st Year
« Last post by sb on July 21, 2018, 11:54:18 AM »
Lahore College for Women University admissions to FA/ FSc 1st Year
LAHORE:July 21: Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) has announced the schedule of admissions to FA/ FSc 1st Year.
According to the university spokesperson, the sale and submission of admission forms will be started from July 23 (Monday). The university is offering admissions to different disciplines ie FSc (Pre-Medical), FSc (Pre-Engineering), ICS (three sub-groups Physics, Statistics & Economics), ICom and General Science. The last date to obtain and submit admission forms is August 03, 2018.The news.
Punjab University Library received books from  PU Library Chief
LAHORE:July 21: Punjab University Library received books from personal collection of late Prof Dr Aftab Asghar, PU Library Chief Librarian Dr Muhammad Haroon Usmani, noted scholar late Muhammad Aalam Mukhtar e Haq and distinguished professor in Iqbal studies Dr Syed Muhammad Akram Ikram. According to Chief Librarian Dr Muhammad Haroon Usmani, the collections consisted of more than 25,000 very precious, rare and valuable books, manuscripts and journals. He said especially the collections of Muhammad Aalam Mukhtar e Haq and Prof Dr Aftab Asghar had treasure of books on Tafseer, Hadith, Fiqh, mysticism, history, biographies, literature, manuscripts in Persian and reference sources.
He said PU Library was known for holding the personal collections of more than 30 renowned personalities and men of letters like Hafiz Mahmood Shirani, Maulana Muhammad Husain Azad, A. C. Woolner, Hakim Muhammad Musa Amritsari, Mian Muhammad Jamil Sharaqpuri, Maqbool Ahmad Dehlvi and Prof Muhammad Iqbal Mujadadi.
Meanwhile, PU Centre for South Asian Studies (CSAS) organised a seminar on “Significance of Voting: Election 2018” in its auditorium. CSAS Director Prof Dr Umbreen Javaid, faculty members, MPhil/PhD scholars and students attended the event.The news.
training workshop “Basic Principals of Animal Nutrition” at UVAS
LAHORE:July 21: A three-day training workshop “Basic Principals of Animal Nutrition” concluded at the University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) here on Friday.
UVAS Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Talat Naseer Pasha chaired the concluding session of the training workshop. Dr Hassan Mahmood Warraich, Peter Wynn and a number of livestock professionals, farmers and participants from 22 organisations throughout Pakistan were also present. Prof Pasha said there was a dire need to provide basic facilities for extension services in terms of awareness of animal health, treatment, nutrition, modern idea of production, rural entrepreneur for the profitability of the poor farming community.The news.
Education News in Punjab / Boys bagged all three top positions in UET entrance test
« Last post by sb on July 21, 2018, 11:49:44 AM »
Boys bagged all three top positions in UET entrance test
LAHORE:July 21: Boys bagged all three top positions in UET entrance test for admission to engineering programmes in UET and its affiliated colleges across Punjab.

In a press release, a UET spokesperson said Saeed Muhammad Ahmad Kazmi clinched the first position with 343 marks, Ahmad Pervaiz Nagra second with 332 marks and Muhammad Wasiq Waseem third with 320 marks.The news.
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