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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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Education News in Punjab / University of the Punjab BA/BSc exams results on September 10.
« Last post by sb on August 15, 2018, 01:53:02 PM »
University of the Punjab BA/BSc exams results on September 10.
Lahore:15 August: University of the Punjab will announce the results of BA/BSc annual examinations 2018 on September 10.

A spokesman for the university said the exam results would be uploaded on the varsity's website i.e. www.pu.edu.pk the same day.

The university will organise prize distribution ceremony for high-achievers of BA, BSc Part-II examinations at its Al-Raazi Hall on main campus in Lahore.

PU Vice-Chancellor Prof. Dr. Niaz Ahmad Akhtar will be the chief guest on the occasion, where teachers and parents of students will also be in attendance.

Established in Lahore in 1882, the university is the largest and the oldest seat of higher learning in the country.

It has five campuses, 13 faculties, 10 constituent colleges, over 73 departments, centres, institutes, and 614 affiliated colleges and has over 818 permanent faculty members involved in teaching/research and over 36,000 on- campus students.The news.
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competent authority decided every degree would be attested solely on its merits
Islamabad:15 August: The regulator for higher education in the country, HEC, has relaxed rules for attestation of degrees.

A notification issued by HEC director general (accreditation and attestation) Tahir Abbas Zaidi said the competent authority had decided that every degree would be attested solely on its merits i.e. whether it had been issued by a recognised educational institution or the educational institution had the legal authority to issue that degree.

"Applicants for degree attestation will no longer be required to submit information about previous or subsequent academic qualifications," it said.

The notification further said all degrees from the HEC-recognised educational institutions in subjects where they were authorised to offer the relevant programmes will be verified, attested and equated."

It however said the degrees from unrecognised educational institutions or from unrecognised and unauthorised campuses or colleges and/or in unauthorised subjects wouldn't be verified, attested or equated.

The notification said all other codal formalities were to be adhered to as per the prevailing SOPs (standard operating procedures) for processing the attestation or equivalence cases.The news.
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AIOU marked 71st Independence Day by holding colorful activities
Islamabad:15 August: Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) on Tuesday marked the 71st Independence Day by holding colorful activities, participated by Faculty members and students, says a press release.
It was coincided with plantation campaign, participated by the Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Shahid Siddiqui, academicians and the officers of the University. In the jam-packed University’s Council Hall, speeches, national songs and a tableau were presented. The event was dominated by the spirit of national enthusiasm and love for the country. Sweets were also distributed among the students and the employees’ children on the occasion.

At the outset, national flag was hoisted in the University’s premises by the Vice Chancellor, besides singing the national anthem.

An organised guard of honour was also presented by the security-workers paying salute to the national flag. The show was arranged by the university’s Pakistan Studies Department. Addressing the ceremony, the VC said the AIOU will continue to play its leading role for promoting quality education that could help realise the objectives of the Pakistan’s movement. He urged the students to concentrate on acquiring knowledge and promoting positive thinking in their daily life, as well as taking active part in the country’s social economic development.

Eulogizing the leadership of Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, he said the founder of Pakistan has been a role-model World over for his selfless struggle for the rights of oppressed people and commitment with the Nation’s independence. The Quaid was a man of a great integrity and the new generation needed to follow him in a letter and spirit, the VC asserted. The nation must remember those who rendered heavy price and untold sacrifices for a better future of the coming generation.The news.
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FDE  Model Colleges Wing Promoted teachers adjusted to vacant posts
Islamabad:August 15: The Federal Directorate of Education’s (FDE) Model Colleges Wing has adjusted most of the recently-promoted BPS-18 teachers to vacancies in their respective educational institutions in Islamabad Capital Territory. The rest have been posted to other colleges.

Seventeen BPS-17 lecturers of different model colleges overseen by the FDE were promoted as assistant professors in May on the recommendation of the Capital Administration and Development Division’s departmental promotion committee and the subsequent approval of the CADD secretary. They included 13 men and rest women.

The Capital Administration and Development Division (CADD) oversees the ICT’s government schools and colleges, totalling more than 400, through the FDE.

Among the promoted teachers were Ghulam Azam Kakar, Naeem Mushtaq, Gulzar Ahmad Ibrahim Shaikh, Salman Shahid, Muhammad Imran Khaliq, Zubair Ahmad, Amir Muhammad, Sajid Hassan Minhas, Nasir Shah, Faisal Shahzad, Muhammad Saleem Brohi, Hafiz Nisar Ahmad Rana, Zahid Ali, Lubna Choudhry, Nadia Mubeen, Kalsoom Munawar and Shumaila Nawaz. According to two separate notifications issued by the FDE, their adjustments/postings have taken effect from the date of promotion.
However, they all will be on probation for one year in line with the Civil Servants (Appointment, Promotion, and Transfer) Rules, 1973.The news.
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UOP students collecting donations to compensate boy who was defrauded
PESHAWAR:14 August: Some kind-hearted students of the University of Peshawar came to the rescue of a boy who had been handed over fake currency after selling a goat to the fraudster.

The boy had narrated his plight in a video that went viral on the social media. He recalled how the buyer of his goat gave him Rs28,000 after reaching a deal. Crying over his loss, he said the currency given to him was fake and therefore of no use.

The University of Peshawar students saw the video and began collecting donations to compensate the boy who was defrauded. They collected enough money to pay the boy Rs50,000 and also buy him a pair of shoes and clothes to celebrate the coming EidulAzha. The four smiling students were photographed standing with the boy in a picture that was put on the social media.The news.
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UoP legitimises research papers published in non-recognised journals
PESHAWAR:14 August: In violation of the Higher Education Commission (HEC) directives, the University of Peshawar has accorded legitimacy to the research papers published in non-HEC recognized journals to fill out the recently advertised 75 vacant positions of professors, associate professors and assistant professors in the university.

The step has reportedly been taken to extend the undue favour to a selected group of candidates, sources told The News.

The positions were advertised in April last and the scrutiny of the applications has been completed, the sources added.

The directorate of quality enhancement of the university issued a circular on July 20, legitimising the acceptance of non-HEC journals. The circular has misinterpreted an HEC letter dated May 12, 2015.

The HEC in its letter had categorically discontinued the relaxation for acceptance of research journals published before May 31, 2005, approved by the Board of Advance Studies and Research (ASRB) for any benefit with effect from June 30, 2015.

The UoP circular, while referring to the HEC letter, says the benefit has been discontinued from June 30, 2015, except for those teaching/research faculty for whom such publications were approved by the ASRB.

Reached by telephone for comments, the Director General of Higher Education Commission Arshad Kamran told The News that all the universities were independent in functioning and the HEC tries its best not to make interference in the activities of the universities.

“However, the HEC issue guidelines to the universities from time to time to ensure fair-play there and improve their efficiency. The letter issued on May 31 was also one such a guideline,” he added.

However, he said, the university administration should take such decision with the approval of the statutory bodies like Syndicate and Senate. Also, such rules should not be relaxed for some specific individuals to extend the favour to them.

The University registrar could not be reached for comments despite numerous attempts.

Also, the university advertised 30 positions of professors in the recent advertisement, while the sanctioned positions of professor vacant in the university were only nine.
The 21 above budget positions would certainly add to the financial problems of the university, the sources said.The news.
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