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لاہور بورڈ نے میٹرک کے پوزیشن ہولڈرز طلباء و طالبات کے ناموں کا اعلان کر دیا
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لاہور( این این آئی)بورڈ آف انٹر میڈیٹ اینڈ سکینڈری ایجوکیشن لاہور نے میٹرک کے سالانہ امتحانات2017ء کے پوزیشن ہولڈرز طلباء و طالبات کے ناموں کا اعلان کر دیا ،
پنجاب کے تمام تعلیمی بورڈزمیٹرک امتحانات کے نتائج کا اعلان ( منگل) کو کریں گے۔

چیئرمین لاہور بورڈ چوہدری محمد اسماعیل نے سیکرٹری ریحانہ الیاس اور کنٹرول امتحانات ناصر جمیل کے ہمراہ پوزیشن ہولڈرز طلباء و طالبات کے ناموں کااعلان کیا ۔

ٹیچ آ چائلڈ ہائی سکول جوہر ٹاؤن کے عمر طارق نے 1087نمبر لے کر بورڈ میں مجموعی طو رپر پہلی پوزیشن حاصل کی ۔ مسلم پبلک ماڈل ہائی سکول شیخوپورہ
کے سبحان خالد اور ایجوکیٹرز ہائی سکول فیروز والا ضلع شیخوپورہ کی علیسہ کلیم نے 1086نمبر لے کر مجموعی طور پر بورڈ میں مشترکہ طور پر دوسری جبکہ یونیک ہائی سکول مسلم ٹاؤن کے محمد عبد اللہ اور گورنمنٹ سنٹرل ماڈل ہائی سکول لوئر مال کے محمد عبد اللہ سلیم نے 1085نمبر لے کر مجموعی طو رپر بورڈ میں مشترکہ طور پر تیسری پوزیشن حاصل کی ۔

سائنس گروپ طالبات میں ایجوکیٹرز گرلز ہائی سکول فیروزوالا ضلع شیخوپورہ کی علیسہ کلیم نے 1086نمبر لے کر پہلی، علامہ اقبال پبلک ہائی سکول رائے ونڈ کی زنیرہ خان اور کریسٹ ماڈل ہائی سکول شادمان کالونی کی عفاف رحمان نے 1083نمبر لے کر مشترکہ طور پر دوسری ، ایجوکیٹرز ہائی سکول پتوکی ضلع قصور کی مصباح ناصر ،ال نورانیزہائی سکول شاد باغ کی لارائبہ انمول ،بیکن ہاؤس گرلز ہائی سکول گلبرگ تھری کی فروا ،گورنمنٹ ہائی سکول فار گرلز سنت نگر کی حافظہ خدیجہ مطاہر،یونیک ہائی سکول فار گرلز وحد ت روڈ کی فاطمہ اویس اور گورنمنٹ گرلز ہائی سکول کوٹ رادھا کشن قصور کی عدین امتیاز نے 1082نمبر لے کر تیسری پوزیشن حاصل کی ۔

سائنس گروپ طلباء میں ٹیچ آ چائلڈ ہائی سکول جوہر ٹاؤن کے عمر طارق نے 1087نمبر لے کر پہلی پوزیشن حاصل کی،
مسلم پبلک ماڈل ہائی سکول شیخوپورہ کے سبحان خالد نے 1086نمبر لے کر دوسری جبکہ یونیک ہائی سکول مسلم ٹاؤن کے محمد عبد اللہ اور گورنمنٹ سنٹرل ماڈل ہائی سکول لوئر مال کے محمد عبد اللہ سلیم نے 1085نمبر لے کر سائنس گروپ میں مجموعی طو رپر تیسری پوزیشن حاصل کی ۔

آرٹس گروپ طلباء میں گورنمنٹ ہائی سکول شیخوپورہ کے اسامہ اکرام اورپرائیویٹ طور پر امتحان دینے والے لاہور کے زریاب امجد نے 1020نمبر لے کر مجموعی طو رپر پہلی ،گورنمنٹ تائید الاسلام ہائی سکول قصور کے غضنفر علی نے 1015نمبر لے کر دوسری جبکہ پرائیویٹ طور پر امتحان دینے والے قصو رکے رہائشی محمد افضل نے 1001نمبر لے کر تیسری پوزیشن حاصل کی ۔

آرٹس گروپ طالبات میں قربان گرلز ہائی سکول والٹن روڈ کی حبیبہ باجت نے1055نمبر لے کر پہلی،علامہ اقبال پبلک ہائی سکول فار گرلز رائے ونڈ روڈ قصور کی عائشہ نے 1052نمبر لے کر دوسری جبکہ گورنمنٹ پاک سٹینڈرڈ گرلز ہائی سکول شاد باغ لاہور کی فریحہ حق نے 1041نمبر لے کر تیسری پوزیشن حاصل کی۔بورڈز میں پوزیشن حاصل کرنے والے طلباء و طالبات کو انعامات اور تعریفی اسناد دینے کی تقریب آج منگل صبح دس بجے الحمرا ہال 2میں منعقد ہو گی جس میں صوبائی وزراء رانا مشہود احمد خان اور میاں مجتبیٰ شجاع الرحمن مہمان خصوصی ہوں گے۔
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Over 33,000 appear for K-P medical colleges’ entrance test
PESHAWAR:24 July:A total of 33,053 candidates appeared in the Educational Testing and Evaluation Agency (ETEA) Entrance Test 2017 organised by Khyber Medical University (KMU) Peshawar for admissions in public and private sector medical and dental colleges of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa.
The candidates included 20,041 males and 13,011 females, said an official statement.
Khyber Medical University (KMU) Peshawar and ETEA jointly organised the test simultaneously at Islamia Collegiate School Hockey ground Peshawar, Khyber Medical College Cricket Ground opposite Irnum Hospital Peshawar, Ayub Medical College Abbottabad, Grassy Ground Saidu Sharif Swat and University Wensem College DI Khan, the statement said.
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Meanwhile, the Vice Chancellor of KMU Dr Arshad Javaid, while talking to media expressed his satisfaction over the arrangements for the entrance test and said that increasing number of candidates appearing in the ETEA test shows a great trust on the arrangements and transparent process of the test conducted jointly by KMU and ETEA.

He said around 20,041 men and 13,011 women appeared in the entrance test at the above mentioned five centres.

The results of the test will be announced on Monday and would be available on KMU website http://www.kmu.edu.pk www.kmu.edu.pk and http://www.kmu.edu.pk http://www.kmu.edu.pk as well as on ETEA website http://www.etea.edu.pk www.etea.edu.pk and http://www.etea.edu.pk http://www.etea.edu.pk the statement said.

The result would also be communicated to all candidates individually via SMS on their respective mobile phones through specially prepared software by IT section of KMU.

According to the statement, 11,549 candidates appeared in test at Islamia Collegiate School Hockey ground Peshawar, whereas 6,623 candidates at Khyber Medical College cricket ground, 4,986 students at Ayub Medical College Abbottabad, 6,747 students appeared at Grassy Ground Saidu Sharif Swat and 3,147 appeared at University Wensem College DI Khan Centre. APP
Published in The Express Tribune, July 24th, 2017.
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Critical Facebook posts leave students' fate hanging in balance
Faisalabad:24 July:After being expelled by the University of Agriculture Faisalabad (UAF) for putting up critical Facebook posts, the future of certain students hangs in the balance despite assurances from the varsity that they would be reinstated.
Talking to The Express Tribune, an expelled student, requesting anonymity, said the administration had not allowed them to return despite the passage of a month. He said the students were called by the administration and a meeting was held between their parents and the administration.

Faisalabad university expels 3 students for criticism on Facebook
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“Parents of the students were made to sign an affidavit similar to the one signed during admission. It says the students will not participate in any illegal, political or immoral activity. In a meeting held two days before Eid, we were told that the notification [of reinstatement] will be issued in the week after Eid holidays. However, no notification has been issued so far. The situation is even more stressful as the new semester will start in August and we might miss some classes if we are not reinstated before that.”

When contacted, UAF Public Relations and Publications Principal Officer Dr Jalal Zafar said the administration held a hearing for the accused students with their parents. He said authorities were in the process of issuing a notification for their reinstatement.

In June, the UAF administration expelled six students on the charges of ‘bringing a bad name to the university’. A charge-sheet cum show cause notice was issued to the students. It read “You have been involved in spreading undesirable comments/remarks against the university administration on social media (Facebook) with the name of Roznama UAF. You have been involved in misleading and trapping the students’ community. You have been involved in defaming, damaging repute and bringing a bad name to the university.”

The university said in a statement that it had expelled the students after it found they were involved in posting material against the UAF’s management on a Facebook page. According to the statement, the students were expelled in accordance to Students Regulation 1978 Clause IV.

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The statement added students have the right to appeal to the vice chancellor against the ruling. However, the expelled students maintained that they were not involved with any Facebook page and had not made any statement against the varsity.

The expelled students included Umer Bilal from the Institute of Horticultural Sciences, Muhammad Asfandyar from Department of Agronomy, Zubair Iqbal from Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics and Ghulam Jillani from Institute of Business Management Sciences, and Mubashir Ali and Ahsan Safdar, who are doing a Diploma in Tunnel Farming.
Published in The Express Tribune, July 24th, 2017.
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Education News in Punjab / Lahore College for Women University admissions
« Last post by sb on July 24, 2017, 12:38:18 PM »
Lahore College for Women University admissions
LAHORE:July 24: Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) has announced schedule for admissions in FA/ FSc (first year) from Monday (today).  According to the schedule last date to obtain and submit admission forms is August 2, 2017. A spokesperson said admissions are being offered on open merit, however, test for English Literature and Fine Arts will be held on August 3, and 4, respectively. The first merit list will be displayed on August 7.
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Hi there! I want to take an admission into three years BA(Hons) English from University of Karachi so I want the answers of my following questions regarding this bachelor's and the department of English:

What are the entry requirements of BA(Hons) English it is written on the previous prospectus that it requires 60% marks in English Compulsory in intermediate but if I get 34 or passing marks in both first and second year then will I get admission and moreover additionally If I outperform in admission test? And I also have a certificate in English from Eureka English Language Institute passed with A+ so will this help in getting admission?

Is this department air conditioned or not?
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Balochistan CM orders inquiry into 1,500 ghost schools in the province
Balochistan:23 July:Balochistan Chief Minister Nawab Sanaullah Zehri on Saturday ordered an inquiry into the matter of ghost schools and missing teachers across the province.
The chief minister said that all divisional commissioners should launch inquiries at a district level regarding the matter of missing schools and teachers in Balochistan.
According to a press release, Zehri issued the orders upon taking notice of a news report on missing schools in the province.

The report published earlier this week quoted officials saying that over 1,500 government-run primary, middle and high schools in Balochistan were found, during a verification process, to exist only on paper.

However, Balochistan Education Minister Rahim Ziaratwal put the figure of ghost schools at 1,400. "We could not identify 1,400 schools during the verification process," the minister said.

Chief Minister Zehri ordered commissioners to "bring to book" those involved in the creation of the ghost schools.

He also announced that action against ghost schools and teachers would begin from his hometown of Khuzdar.

"None will be spared and action will be taken against those playing with the future of our children," the chief minister cautioned in a press release.

According to Education Department data, over 5,000 schools in the province are schools with just one room and one teacher. Over 2,000 schools are shelter-less.
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Education News from Sindh / Abbottabad nursing students go on strike
« Last post by sb on July 23, 2017, 12:47:27 PM »
Abbottabad nursing students go on strike
ABBOTTABAD:23 July:Nursing students at the District Headquarters Hospital in Abbottabad went on a strike on Saturday to protest against the non-payment of their stipends for five months.

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The protestors stated that the government had allocated Rs5,000 as a stipend for them even as nursing students in other parts of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa receive Rs20,000 as stipend since the tariffs were revised in June 2016.
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To make matters worse, they claimed that they had not been paid their stipend for the past five months.

Despite the fact that the issue was raised with the relevant authorities, they said, the matter has yet to be resolved.

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They added that repeated requests and news reports had attracted the attention of K-P health secretary who had ordered the Health director general to clear the dues of nursing students as per department rules, but those orders were yet to be cleared by the finance department.

Published in The Express Tribune, July 23rd, 2017.
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Education News from Sindh / SMIU has become a world-class varsity: VC
« Last post by sb on July 23, 2017, 12:46:25 PM »
SMIU has become a world-class varsity: VC
Karachi:23 July:Sindh Madressatul Islam University (SMIU) has transformed from a typical public sector school into a world-class varsity within the last 23 years, said the vice-chancellor Dr Muhammad Ali Shaikh during a meeting of senior management and deans of the university on Friday.
According to Dr Shaikh, when he joined SMIU 23 years ago, the university’s conditions were miserable. “There was no drinking water available at the university and the students used to go outside for water,” Dr Shaikh said.

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The SMIU received the status of university in 2012. “The SMIU will become one of the best universities of the world in the near future,” Dr Shaikh said, adding that the university has planned several schemes to improve its academic standard, quality of teaching and academic environment at the campus.

About 1,500 students have submitted online forms for admission against 200 available seats at the varsity’s five departments, Dr Shaikh said. “One can judge from this that SMIU is getting more importance day by day due to its quality of education,” he added.

On this occasion Gulzar Ahmed Mughal, registrar of SMIU, highlighted the services Dr Shaikh rendered for SMIU and said that under his leadership SMIU has emerged as the most important university of Pakistan.The Express Tribune.
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RSIL internship programme for students, young professionals concludes
Islamabad:July 23:The Research Society of International Law (RSIL) held its annual weeklong internship programme for students and young professionals, says a press release. 
Titled the International Law Certification Course (ILCC), the programme was held from July 17-21, 2017. The course consisted of different lectures and case studies designed to deepen
the participants’ understanding of both the basic framework of international law
and those fields in which Pakistan places a particular interest.

This year’s programme was attended by a total of 31 participants, including students and professional lawyers, who enrolled into the program from cities all across Pakistan. The ILCC this year focused on training participants on the legal aspects of the major contemporary challenges facing Pakistan.

Participants were introduced to the legal underpinnings of longstanding disputes between India and Pakistan such as Kashmir, Siachen and the Indus Water Treaty as well as contemporary challenges involving cross-border terrorism, mutual legal assistance and the Kulbhushan Jadhav case at the ICJ.

President RSIL, Ahmer Bilal Soofi, also took active part in the ILCC and delivered an enlightening and inspirational talk on the need for developing legal scholarship in Pakistan. The talk was very well received and reinforced the participant’s vigor and interest in the legal profession.

On the final day, a debate competition was held on various topics including the Jadhav case at the ICJ, military courts and the future of the Indus Water Treaty.

The course concluded with a ceremony where all participants were handed out certificates of participation. Special prizes were awarded to the Best Speaker and Best Team in the debate competition. Executive Director RSIL, Jamal Aziz, expressed his appreciation to all the participants and encouraged them to undertake focused legal research on the various challenges facing Pakistan with a view to finding solutions.The news.
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