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Peshawar Board established  control Room for Exam
PESHAWAR:Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) has established a control Room for SSC (Matric) Supplementary Examination 2018.The control room established to facilitate students, parents and public at large would provide assistance to concern from09:00 am to 06:00 pm daily during examination.
Control room would be manned by two staff members and can be contacted on 091-9222073 and 9216878. Facilitation cum Complaint Cell 091-9221404, 9222170 and on Email complaints@ bisep.com.pk.The news.
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Minister for Federal Education praised Cadet College Hassan Abdal
Islamabad:18 August: Minister for Federal Education and Professional Training Muhammad Yusuf Shaikh on Thursday praised the Cadet College Hassan Abdal for imparting quality education to youths.

He was speaking during the closing ceremony for the students of Balochistan, FATA, GB and AJK, who were under special training through outreach programme of the college to facilitate their admission to Cadet College Hassan Abdal.

On arrival, the minister was received by the Principal who took the him to various sections of the college, said a press release issued here. The minister appreciated the outreach programme by Cadet College Hassan Abdal and the efforts in this behalf.The news.
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Education News from Sindh / HEC send-off ceremony for Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship
« Last post by sb on August 18, 2018, 12:30:05 PM »
HEC send-off ceremony for Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship
Islamabad:18 August: Higher Education Commission (HEC) on Friday held send-off ceremony for 200 students selected for Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship under the Bilateral Higher Education and Scientific Exchange Programme

Counsellor, Embassy of Hungary Sandor Mihalko and Deputy Head of Mission, Embassy of Hungary Tivadar Takács were guests of honour on the occasion. Executive Director, HEC Dr. Arshad Ali and Adviser HRD, HEC Waseem S. Hashmi Syed were also present on the occasion.

Speaking at the ceremony, HEC Chairman Prof. Dr. Tariq Banuri said that Pakistani students and scholars proceeding to Hungary or any other country of the world for study are ‘ambassadors of Pakistan’ and the responsibility of portraying a positive image of the country lies on their shoulders.

He said Hungary is not only a place characterised by rich culture, history and creativity but it is also a place of science, technology and innovation.He urged the students to make maximum use of the tremendous opportunity and experience it to the fullest.

“Bring knowledge and expertise back to Pakistan,” he stressed. He advised students to forge academic and cultural linkages, as these relations will last a lifetime. “Hungary is a place of culture, history, creativity, science and technology of the future which brings together the past and the future. Learn from it”, he emphasised. He further advised students to live with utmost respect, integrity and generosity in Hungary and pave the way for other Pakistani students to avail themselves of the opportunity to study in Hungarian universities in the coming years. Dr. Banuri assured his full support to Hungarian students, professors and researchers to come to Pakistan and work in the areas of mutual interest. Both stakeholders are on the same page as far as this objective is concerned, he underlined.

Describing the background of the scholarship programme, Sandor Mihalko said that the aim of this programme is to contribute to the development of Pakistan. He urged the students to develop professional contacts during their stay in Hungary as person to person contacts will help build bilateral relations.

He mentioned that the Hungarian government is investing $3 million a year for this programme, while more budget is allocated every year. He also informed that out of 200 scholarships, 125 scholarships have been awarded for BS studies, 50 for MS studies and 25 for Ph.D programmes.

Earlier, in his welcome address, Dr. Arshad Ali said the programme earlier focused on undergraduate scholarships, adding that postgraduate programmes were also included.

Addressing parents and teachers, the executive director congratulated them and said that going to Hungary for study is a momentous opportunity as well as a challenging task. He advised the students to remain connected with their faculty and fellow students and actively participate in academic as well as extracurricular activities.The news.
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Education News from Sindh / Federal Board to announce HSSC Part II results on Monday
« Last post by sb on August 18, 2018, 12:29:14 PM »
Federal Board to announce HSSC Part II results on Monday
Islamabad:18 August: Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) will declare Monday the results of Secondary School Certificates (HSSC) Part-II of annual examination held in April-June 2018.

According to press release issued here, the results shall be conveyed through SMS to all candidates who have provided their Cell number in the admission forms.

While the results would also be available on FBSIE website. The result cards to all students shall be issued immediately after announcement of results, it added.The news.
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University of Engineering schedule admissions in BSc Engineering
LAHORE:18 August: University of Engineering & Technology (UET) has issued schedule for the year of 2018 for admissions in BSc Engineering and BSc Engineering Technology programmes in Lahore and its sub-campuses, including Kala Shah Kaku (UET-KSK) campus, Rachna College of Engineering & Technology (UET-RCET) Gujranwala, Faisalabad (UET-FSD) and Narowal (UET-NWL).

According to the schedule, the availability of undergraduate prospectus and submission of online admission form will be started from September 10 and remain continue until September 24. Entrance test for Hafiz-e-Quran students will be conducted on September 26, whereas test for sports students will be held on September 27.

A UET spokesperson said after the submission of admission forms, 1st merit list for every discipline will be displayed on September 28 and students for 1st merit list will be supposed to submit their documents and dues until October 08. Hostel alignment will also be done on October 08.

The 2nd merit list will be displayed on October 09 and students for 2nd merit list will be supposed to submit their documents and dues until October 12.The news.
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Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre to plant trees ceremony held
Lahore:August 18:A ceremony was held at the Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre (JPMC) to plant trees as part of the Greener Pakistan Initiative to celebrate the 71st Independence Day of Pakistan, stated a press release issued on Friday.
Speaking at the ceremony, National Forum of Environment and Health (NFEH) President Naeem Qureshi, informed the audience that the Greener Pakistan Initiative was launched to celebrate Independence Day in a befitting manner and led to the planting hundreds of plants and tree saplings in Karachi and Rawalpindi, the statement added.

The ceremony featured colourful presentations, skits, and plantation activity on a large scale at the hospital premises. Qureshi said that only JPMC so far had witnessed the planting of hundreds of trees and plants under the current drive as the head of the Psychiatric Department of the hospital, Dr Iqbal Afridi, had lent full support to this campaign.

He said that the best care was being provided to these newly-planted saplings, while another 1,000 trees will soon be planted in the hospital premises so that the patients admitted to the hospital, attendants, and its other visitors could be provided a better environment.

Qureshi further said that the Saylani Welfare Trust had been providing all-out support to further the Greener Pakistan Initiative. Under this campaign, 500 trees have been planted in different schools of District Central; 1,000 trees in Police Headquarters Garden; another 1,000 trees in Bin Qasim Industrial Area in collaboration with trade and industry association of the area; 200 trees in a school of Safoora Goth; and 300 trees have been planted in other parts of the city in collaboration with different NGOs.

The team of NFEH also participated in the plantation drive launched by the Cantonment Board Karachi at the Christian Cemetery and in its surrounding areas as 4,000 trees were planted there.

The NFEH also carried out the plantation drive at the “Markaz-e-Umeed” the centre for rehabilitation and education of special children. The NFEH also took part in various plantation initiatives launched by Chairman of District Municipal Corporation Central Rehan Hashmi and other concerned NGOs.

The NFEH also took part in the plantation drive launched by Rawalpindi Waste Mangement Company as under this campaign 500 trees were planted at the landfill site of the Rawalpindi city.

NFEH president said that Greener Pakistan campaign would continue in Karachi till mid-September. People would be provided free of charge saplings to encourage them to participate. The ongoing campaign will witness planting 1,000 trees in 20 schools being managed by the Education Department of the DMC Central, the statement added.The news.
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BISE Quetta Board / balochistan board fa fsc result 2018
« Last post by AKBAR on August 16, 2018, 09:40:54 PM »

balochistan board fa fsc result 2018
کوئٹہ: بلوچستان بورڈ آف انٹرمیڈیٹ سیکنڈری ایجوکیشن نے انٹرمیڈیٹ سالانہ امتحان 2018 کے نتائج کا اعلان کر دیا گیا۔

کوئٹہ میں چیئرمین بورڈ آف بلوچستان ڈاکٹرپروفیسر سراج احمد کاکٹر نے نتائج کا اعلان کرتے ہوئے پہلی، دوسری اور تیسری پوزیشن لینے والے طلباء و طالبات میں سرٹفیکیٹ تقسیم کئے۔

پہلی پوزیشن حاصل کرنے والےطلبہ محبوب الرحمن کا تعلق لورلائی سے تھا جس نے 1012 نمبر حاصل کیے۔
دوسری پوزیشن بھی لورلائی کے محمد ریحان نے 1008 نمبر لے کر حاصل کی جبکہ تیسری پوزیشن اسلامیہ گرلز کالج کی ارینہ نے 1005 نمبروں سے حاصل کی۔

امتحانات میں کل 80 ہزار 6 سو 37 طلباء و طالبات نے شرکت کی، جن میں سے 66 ہزار 9 سو 66 نے کامیابی حاصل کی جبکہ نتائج کا تناسب 83 اعشاریہ 5 فیصد رہا۔
نمائندہ پاک اسٹڈی کے مطابق نتائج کی تفصیل بورڈ کے ویب سائٹ
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پر دیکھی جا سکتی ہے اس مرتبہ بورڈ کے ویب سائٹ پر رزلٹ کی پوری تفصیل تمام مضامین کے نمبر بھی دیکھے جا سکتے ہیں
 کوئٹہ اور کوئٹہ کے ارد گر د  کے کالجز کے سراہان17 اگست کو بورڈ ہذا سے اپنے اداروں کے رزلٹ کارڈ اپنے نمائندگان کو بجھوا کر لے جا سکتے ہیں
اور بورڈ کی سب برانچ سے منسلک کالجز ، بورڈ کی متعلقہ برانچ کارڈ لے جا سکتے ہیں
بلوچستان بورڈ پہلی مرتبہ اپنی ویب سائٹ پر نمبروں اور مضامین کے تفصیل کے ساتھ رزلٹ شائع کر رہاہے
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A flag-hoisting ceremony held at University of Engineering  Mardan
MARDAN:15 August: A flag-hoisting ceremony was held at the University of Engineering and Technology Mardan here on Tuesday to mark the 71st Independence Day.The news.

Project Director, UET, Mardan, Dr Imran Khan, faculty, administrative staff and students gathered to celebrate the day.

The project director unfurled the flag. Special prayers were offered for the peace and prosperity of the nation.The news.
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The University of Swat celebrated Pakistan’s Independence Day
MINGORA:15 August: The University of Swat celebrated Pakistan’s Independence Day with a firm commitment to impart quality education that would enable the students to contribute to country’s development.

All campuses and offices of the university were illuminated with lights and decorated with Pakistan flags and greeting banners to mark the Independence Day with national enthusiasm.The news.
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Educational institutions celebrate Independence Day
PESHAWAR:15 August: Like other segments of the society, the educational institutions across the province also celebrated the 71th Independence Day of the country with zeal and fervour.

Flag-hoisting functions were arranged at different public sector as well as private schools, colleges and universities to mark the day and show their love for the country.

One such function was held at the main campus Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Women University Peshawar. Chairman Islamic Ideology Council Prof Dr Qibla Ayaz was the chief guest on the occasion. The function was well attended by faculty and students of the university and other guests.

Vice-chancellor of the university Prof Dr Razia Sultana hoisted the National Flag to kick off the Independence Day celebrations.

The students performed dramas, tableaus and national songs to express their love for the country.

The chief guest and the vice-chancellor also distributed laptops among students under the Prime Minister scheme on the occasion.

The vice-chancellor also signed a memorandum of understanding with The FATA Secretariat and The Triumphant Organization for cooperation in establishment of Quality Enhancement Cells in the Government Girls Degree Colleges affiliated with University in the newly merged districts of FATA and capacity building training to the teachers of affiliated Government Girl Colleges, respectively.

A similar function was arranged at the University of Peshawar to mark the day. Vice-Chancellor of the university Prof Dr Mohammad Asif was the chief guest on the occasion. Director Pakistan Study Centre Prof Dr Fakhrul Islam in his keynote address to a function on the occasion shed light on the freedom struggle.

Earlier, the vice-chancellor hoisted the national flag to mark the day. The vice-chancellor and other guest planted saplings at the lawn in front of Sahibzada Abdul Qayyum museum to start tree plantation drive.The news.
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