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Two students of PU-IBA selected in Global ndergraduate Exchange Programme
LAHORE:26 May: Two students of Punjab University’s Institute of Business Administration (PU-IBA) have been selected to participate in the Global Undergraduate Exchange Programme.

Syed Irtiza Haider Bukhari and Ms Hajra Javed, the students of BBA seventh semester, will participate in the programme funded by the United States Department of States. They will leave for the US in August 2018.

The Global UGRAD scholarship programme is intended to promote mutual understanding between the people of the US and Pakistan. It will provide the Pakistani students with the opportunity to enrich their education and experience through one semester of full-time, non-degree academic study in the US. PU Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Nasira Jabeen has congratulated the students on their achievement.The news.
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AIOU / Re: AIOU notifies free matric education for Balochistan, FATA
« Last post by nazishmalik on May 25, 2018, 04:21:21 PM »
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BISE Lahore Board / Re: BISE Lahore Board 12th Class Date Sheet 2018
« Last post by anmoltariq on May 25, 2018, 04:13:12 PM »
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BISE Peshawar Board / Re: BISE Peshawar Board Matric Date Sheet 2018
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Charging summer vacation fees: SBP put on notice
PESHAWAR:25 May: A court on Thursday put the central bank on notice for failing to freeze accounts of schools who have continued to charge students for the two-month-long summer vacations in violation of directives of the court.

The notice was issued by a two-judge bench of the Peshawar High Court (PHC), comprising Justice Waqar Ahmad Seth and Justice Qalandar Ali Khan, on Thursday heard a contempt of court petition filed by Advocate Abbas Sangin Khan which urged the court to stop private schools from charging high fees from parents in violation of a verdict of the court.

Last November, the PHC had directed the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Private School Regulatory Authority (K-PPSRA) to stop private schools from raising their annual fees by more than three per cent and do not charge tuition fee during vacations. The court had directed the government to craft a proper policy for regulating private schools including regulating their buildings, vehicles which pick and drop students and the overall environment of the school premises.

Regulating private schools: K-P fails to craft policy

The court had also directed traffic police to issue tickets to the owners of schools if they found old and dangerous plying the roads with school children. Moreover, the court had directed the K-P government to freeze accounts of all those schools who were violating court orders and charging extra fees from the students.

“Most of the private Schools have directed parents to submit fees for the vacations in advance,” contended Abbas before the court on Thursday.

“Private schools are committing contempt of court by charging the full school fee in vacations,” he went on to argue.

Private school told to return extra fees charged from students

The lawyer claimed that the K-PPSRA had totally failed to take a action in this regard. He told that despite the complaints, an account of not even a single school is blocked until the extra fee is returned to the students.

K-PPSRA Managing director Zafar Ali Shah appeared before the bench and told the court about the efforts they had made in regulating private schools.

“We are taking strict action against all the private schools who are violating court orders,” Shah told the court. “We have asked the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) to freeze accounts of schools who are violating the court order, but so far we have not received any response from them [central bank].”

The court has issued a notice to the SBP with directives to explain why accounts of schools have not been blocked despite the request of K-PPSRA. The case was then adjourned until June 21.
Published in The Express Tribune, May 25th, 2018.
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Education News from Sindh / BISE Hyderabad 51 examination centres declared 'sensitive
« Last post by sb on May 25, 2018, 12:40:01 PM »
BISE Hyderabad 51 examination centres declared 'sensitive
HYDERABAD:25 May: As many as 112,839 intermediate students from 10 districts of Hyderabad and Nawabshah divisions will appear in the annual examinations of Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) part I and II starting from Tuesday, April 24.

The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Hyderabad, which will conduct the exams, has set up 142 examination centres, of which 51 have been declared sensitive.

BISE Hyderabad Chairperson Prof Dr Muhammad Memon announced on Thursday that for the first time mobile signal jammers would be used at the sensitive centres.

This implied that the manual method of body search at the centres’ entrance and the presence of invigilators inside the examination halls had failed to curb cheating through mobile phones.

Feb 19 last day to submit inter forms

Among the sensitive centres, 13 are situated in Shaheed Benazirabad, eight in Hyderabad, six in Thatta, five in Jamshoro, four each in Dadu, Matiari and Badin, three each in Tando Allahyar and Sujawal and one in Tando Muhammad Khan districts. The BISE will depute 21 vigilance teams to monitor the examinations in which 56,554 students of HSC part I and 56,285 of HSC part II will appear. Express News.
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Education News from Sindh / BISE Mirpurkhas staff starts token strike
« Last post by sb on May 25, 2018, 12:39:16 PM »
BISE Mirpurkhas staff starts token strike
HYDERABAD:25 May: Staff of the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Mirpurkhas have resorted to token work boycott after their demands have not been met by the board authorities. The one-hour token work boycott started on Tuesday.

“A conspiracy is under way to remove 113 existing staff members from the BISE,” alleged Noman Rajput, a staff member who led the protest, while talking to the local media. He complained that grades of the staff had not been upgraded and blamed the board for making deductions from their salaries for health insurance but not paying the amount to the insurance company.

BISE’s plan to use mobile signal jammers hindered

Rajput, Ali Shan Shah, Farrukh Raza and seven others, who have been served show-cause notices by the board, told the media that the notices were served at their residences instead of their offices. They explained that they had been accused of sabotaging the 2018 board examinations for higher secondary certificate part I by holding protests in the board’s premises a few days before the examinations started.

A delegation of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement – Pakistan led by Dr Zafar Kamali met BISE Chairperson Barkat Ali Haideri on Wednesday. The delegation asked the board chairperson to accept the charter of demands of the protesting staff. Express News.
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AIO University decided to expand its FM’s Radio network
Islamabad :25 May: Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) has decided to expand its FM’s Radio network for providing media’s support to its 1.3 million students across the country in their educational pursuits.

It has planned to install new transmitters at eight major cities, Karachi, Lahore, Mirpur (AJK), Peshawar, DG Khan, Bahawalpur, Peshawar and Quetta while the task will be completed by the end of this year.

Currently, the AIOU’s FM Radio (91.6) transmission is available within the range of 60 kilometer in Rawalpindi and Islamabad, said Ejaz Ahmed, Director Institute of Educational Technology on Thursday.

He said there are a number of new initiatives taken by the Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Shahid Siddiqui during the last three and half years for exploiting the media’s resources to provide academic support to the students.

On the advice of the vice chancellor, the timing of the FM’s radio has been expanded and now its transmission goes in air from 9 am to 9 pm, he informed.

We invite students and teachers to participate in daily are transmission that also carries some entertainment programs" he added.

The FM’s programs are accessible to Facebook as well and the students feedback to this effect is highly positive and encouraging, he said.

The university has also started to broadcast the FM’s radio educational plan in different regional languages, other than the Urdu.

Pakistan television is already presenting the University’s educational programs in various disciplines on regular basis.

Besides, the books and other reading material, the students are also being facilitated through audio/video support to ensure better results in the exams.

The University’s Web-TV is also available to facilitate the students.

It telecast its program from 9 am. 3 pm. daily. The University is also in process of installing its own educational TV channel. PEMPRA had already been approached for this purpose.The news.
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