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BISE Peshawar Board / PESHAWAR Board SSC Exam 2018
« Last post by AKBAR on January 24, 2018, 11:59:03 AM »
PESHAWAR Board SSC Exam 2018
BOARD OF INTERMEDIATE & SECONDARY EDUCATION, PESHAWAR REVISED  NOTIFICATION SECONDARY SCHOOL CERTIFICATE  (9TH &  10TH) (ANNUAL)  EXAMINATION, 2018

It is notified for  the general information of  all concerned, that the Secondary School Certificate  Annual) Exami nations, 2018 of  the Board  of Intermediate and Secondary Education Peshawar will commence on Wednesday 14th of  March, 2018.
The schedules for submission of admission forms and fee (both) in the Board office is as under:

Regular   15 -12 -2017      29 -12-201  7    15 -01 -2018      30 -01 -2018   
Private   08 -12-2017      29 -12 -2017      15 -01 -2018      30 -01 -2018   
Admission  fee  may  be  deposited  in  any nearest  branch  of  the  Allied  Bank falling  in  the  jurisdiction  of Peshawar Board . Admission fee are as under.
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BISE Sargodha Board / sargodha board matric date sheet 2018
« Last post by AKBAR on January 24, 2018, 11:19:51 AM »
sargodha board matric date sheet 2018

سرگودھا بورڈ آف انٹرمیڈیٹ اینڈ سیکنڈری ایجوکیشن کےسال ۲۰۱۸ کے سالانہ امتحانات برائے کلاس نہم و دہم  یکم  مارچ بروز جمعرات سے شروع ہونگے

ان امتحانات کی باقاعدہ ڈیٹ شیٹ ابھی جاری نہیں ہوئی۔ یہ ڈیٹ شیٹ آئندہ چند روز میں بورڈ کی سرکاری ویب سائٹ پر جاری ہونگی۔
کلاس دہم  کے امتحانات یکم مارچ  سے ۱۹ مارچ تک ہونگے جب کہ سال اول کے امتحانات ۱۹ مارچ سے شروع ہونگے اور اپریل کے پہلے تک جاری رہے گے
بورڈ کی جانب  سے تمام سرکاری اور غیر سرکاری سکولوں میں بھی ڈیٹ شیٹ کی پرنٹ شدہ کاپی ارسال کی جائے گی۔
سرگودھا بورڈ  کی جانب سے امتحانات میں شرکت کرنے والے طلبہ وطالبات کی رول نمبر سلپ فروری دوسرے ہفتے سے جاری ہوگی۔
اگر کسی طالب علم کو پندرہ فروری تک رول نمبرسلپ موصول نہ تو وہ فوری بورڈ آفس رابطہ کریں۔
کسی بھی سوال یا معلومات کے لئے آپ بورڈ کی سرکاری  ویب سائٹ سے رجوع کریں۔ یا پھر  اپنا سوال یہاں پاک اسٹڈی فورم پر پوسٹ کریں۔
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BISE Gujranwala Board / Gujranwala board matric date sheet 2018
« Last post by AKBAR on January 23, 2018, 07:15:43 PM »
Gujranwala board matric date sheet 2018
گوجرانوالہ بورڈ آف انٹرمیڈیٹ اینڈ سیکنڈری ایجوکیشن کےسال ۲۰۱۸ کے سالانہ امتحانات برائے کلاس نہم و دہم  یکم  مارچ بروز جمعرات سے شروع ہونگے
ان امتحانات کی باقاعدہ ڈیٹ شیٹ ابھی جاری نہیں ہوئی۔ یہ ڈیٹ شیٹ آئندہ چند روز میں بورڈ کی سرکاری ویب سائٹ پر جاری ہونگی۔
کلاس دہم  کے امتحانات یکم مارچ  سے ۱۹ مارچ تک ہونگے جب کہ سال اول کے امتحانات ۱۹ مارچ سے شروع ہونگے اور اپریل کے پہلے تک جاری رہے گے
بورڈ کی جانب  سے تمام سرکاری اور غیر سرکاری سکولوں میں بھی ڈیٹ شیٹ کی پرنٹ شدہ کاپی ارسال کی جائے گی۔
امتحانات میں شرکت کرنے والے طلبہ وطالبات کی رول نمبر سلپ فروری دوسرے ہفتے سے جاری ہوگی۔
اگر کسی طالب علم کو پندرہ فروری تک رول نمبرسلپ موصول نہ تو وہ فوری بورڈ آفس رابطہ کریں۔
کسی بھی سوال یا معلومات کے لئے آپ بورڈ کی سرکاری  ویب سائٹ سے رجوع کریں۔ یا پھر  اپنا سوال یہاں پاک اسٹڈی فورم پر پوسٹ کریں۔
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BISE Quetta Board / balochistan board matric date sheet 2018
« Last post by AKBAR on January 23, 2018, 06:01:09 PM »
balochistan board matric date sheet 2018

بلوچستان بورڈ آف انٹرمیڈیٹ اینڈ سیکنڈری ایجوکیشن کوئٹہ کے اس سال ۲۰۱۸ کے سالانہ امتحانات برائے کلاس نہم و دہم ۲۰ فروری سے شروع ہونگے
ان امتحانات کی باقاعدہ ڈیٹ شیٹ ابھی جاری نہیں ہوئی۔ یہ ڈیٹ شیٹ آئندہ چند روز میں بورڈ کی سرکاری ویب سائٹ پر جاری ہونگی۔
بورڈ کی جانب  سے تمام سرکاری اور غیر سرکاری سکولوں میں بھی ڈیٹ شیٹ کی پرنٹ شدہ کاپی ارسال کی جائے گی۔
امتحانات میں شرکت کرنے والے طلبہ وطالبات کی رول نمبر سلپ فروری دوسرے ہفتے سے جاری ہوگی۔
اگر کسی طالب علم کو پندرہ فروری تک رول نمبرسلپ موصول نہ تو وہ فوری بورڈ آفس رابطہ کریں۔
کسی بھی سوال یا معلومات کے لئے آپ بورڈ کی سرکاری  ویب سائٹ سے رجوع کریں۔ یا پھر  اپنا سوال یہاں پاک اسٹڈی فورم پر پوسٹ کریں۔
http://www.bbiseqta.edu.pk/
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Education News in Punjab / govt postgraduate college shadbagh lahore convocation
« Last post by sb on January 23, 2018, 02:27:38 PM »
govt postgraduate college shadbagh lahore convocation
LAHORE:23 January: The 2nd convocation of Government Postgraduate College for Women, Shadbagh held here Monday in which a total of 254 graduates and postgraduates received degrees and medals.

Punjab Minister for Higher Education Syed Raza Ali Gillani was the chief guest on the occasion. Addressing the convocation, he said the department was focusing on providing equal opportunities of higher education to both male and female students.

Members of National and Provincial Assemblies, Director Colleges Lahore, the college principal, teachers and a large number of students were present on the occasion. Twenty-two girls received gold medals, 10 were given Roll of Honour for their achievements in co-curriculum activities while five students received Roll of Honour for their curricular based achievements. A total of 204 students were awarded certificates of distinction.

Syed Raza Ali Gillani said the government was also focusing on providing equal opportunities to girls and boys in their professional growth. He also said the government was giving special attention to the education of women.

He said nations around the world who valued education, research and hard work, were on the top in the ladder of success. He advised the successful students to share their knowledge with their peer groups and society.The news.
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Education News in Punjab / Forms submission schedule announced for FA/FSc
« Last post by sb on January 23, 2018, 02:26:32 PM »
Forms submission schedule announced for FA/FSc
Rawalpindi:23 January: Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (RBISE) has announced annual 2018 exam forms submission schedule for Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC).

February 19 is the last date for online submission of admission forms with single fee for the exams. According to RBISE spokesman Monday, the exams will commence from May 5. Both, part one and part two students have been advised to submit their online applications by February 19 as from February 20, the applications will be accepted with double fee till February 28 and with triple fee till March 9. All the private students who will appear in the exams first time will pay Rs800 registration fee in addition to admission fee.

Apart from this, students will also have to pay Rs395 processing fee while all part-II and composite exam students, regular and private will also pay Rs550 certificate fee. The spokesman informed that the admission applications can be downloaded from the board’s website. All the students, private and regular will send complete hard copy to inter branch, RBISE according to the schedule after submission of online application.

In case of any difficulty, the students can visit the board office at Morgah or contact the focal person at 0333-5458605 and Controller Examination on telephone numbers, 051-5450917 and 5450918.The news.
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Clash in Punjab University Eight injured in student groups’ clash
LAHORE:January 23: An early morning clash between two student groups at the Punjab University (PU), New Campus, leaving eight students injured, turned the situation tense on Monday with reports of violence and vandalism throughout the day.

The clash between activists of Islami Jamiat Talaba (IJT) and Pashtun and Baloch students took place around 4:45am at the Chemical Engineering ground where the IJT had installed a tent for its function to take place in the day. Sources said some PU officials were present for negotiations but failed to convince the students of the two groups and the clash took place in which eight students received injuries. A fire incident also took place at the nearby Institute of Electrical Engineering in the meanwhile. Soon after the clash, PU Vice-Chancellor (VC) Prof Dr Zakria Zakar also reached the spot and took notice of the incident.

Later in the day, while dozens of IJT activists were staging a sit-in outside the VC office, some of their fellows severely tortured a Pashtun student at the Department of Sociology which angered the Pashtun and Baloch students who reached the administration block. Meanwhile, the Jamiat activists had left the scene. The violence took place at different points of the university with students pelting stones on each other while a police van was also attacked by the protesting students who damaged the vehicle. Police force used slight tear gas to disperse the students.

Students belonging to Jamiat demanded the PU administration to take action against the Pashtun and Baloch students alleging that they were responsible for the clash and the fire incident. However, the other group alleged Jamiat for starting the clash and the fire incident. They alleged that Jamiat had been involved in violent activities at campus on the pretext of organising events. They also warned of academic boycott if the university admin failed to take action against Jamiat activists, including registration of cases against them.

Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif also took notice of the clash between the student groups and ordered a probe into the incident.

Later in a press conference, Dr Zakria Zakar said the university was identifying the suspects through the CCTV footage and other means. He also said stern action would be taken against those found involved. Punjab Minister for Higher Education Syed Raza Ali Gillani and top police officials also reached Punjab University later in the day and held marathon meeting with the PU VC. CCPO Lahore Captain (R) Amin Wains, PU Registrar, SP Iqbal Town and representatives of the departments concerned attended the meeting.

The government assured of the all-out support to the administration to purge the university of violent and extremist elements. The minister said Punjab University would remain open on Tuesday (today) as per routine and no one would be allowed to stop teaching and learning process at any cost. He said we need to learn from past mistakes and decisions taken must be implemented in letter and spirit.

Syed Raza Ali Gillani said “We are not looking at anyone as a regional groups or religious entity. Criminals are called criminals in terms of law and they will be dealt with accordingly,” he added. Action plan had been prepared and it had been decided to take action against harmful elements who have caused damage to the university belongings and also mistreated students, he added. No unregistered person will be allowed to stay in university hostels and action will be taken against all those staying illegally.

In response to a question, the minister said the incident's CCTV footage was available which was being shared with the police. He said the university administration and police would launch separate FIRs against the unlawful elements involved in the incident.

Gillani said no one would be forgiven if found guilty. Answering a question, he said the decisions taken in the past have not been implemented and we are facing such situations because of administrations’ leverage in the past. He said no one would be allowed to create institution within the institution and action on Monday’s decisions will be implemented at any cost.

Talking to The News Prof Dr Zakria Zakar said the university would rusticate the PU students involved in the incident. He said a new and improved entry system to the hostels would be introduced and no outsider would be allowed to stay at the hostels.The news.
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Education dept employees reinstated by court remain jobless
PESHAWAR:January 22: Several Education Department employees, reinstated by the Peshawar High Court (PHC), remain jobless as the PTI-led provincial government has not implemented the court judgment passed four months ago.

The high court had given one month time to all district education officers in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa for compliance with the judgment to reinstate the sacked teachers.

“We are not being re-instated on the jobs even though we won legal battle in the court,” said Shah Hussain, one of the reinstated employees.

Another employee, Abdul Shafi, said that they first became victim of political rivalry as they were appointed by one political government and terminated by another.

He said that after 20 long years they got a chance and were reinstated by the court, but now the government is using delaying tactics in reinstating them.

About nine sacked teachers, including Shah Hussain and Abdul Shafi, who were sacked during 1993-1996 had filed the writ petition in the high court to seek reinstatement as per the Sacked Employees (Reinstatement) Act 2012.

The judgment was passed by a division bench headed by Justice Roohul Amin Khan.

The petitioners said they were appointed as teachers against vacant posts in Education department from 1993 ro 1996, but were shocked to know that they had been dismissed from service due to the change of government. The petitioners recalled that they agitated the issue at different platforms, but to no avail.

In its reply, the government stated that the employees were terminated from service on the ground of irregular appointments.

It said some of the petitioners lacked the prescribed academic qualification and criteria laid down in the Sacked Employees Act of 2012, and some being untrained couldn’t benefit from the said act.

“Having heard the arguments of learned counsel for the parties, it appears from the records of the controversy of reinstatement of sacked employees that the high court had allowed appeals of the sacked employees and that were also maintained by the Supreme Court,” the judgment stated.

The high court stated: “The petitioners have been appointed during the period 1993 to 1996, and fall within the meaning of section 2 (g) of the Act of 2012. Section 3 of the Act (ibid), provides mechanism for the appointment of the sacked employees, according to which on commencement of the Act, all sacked employees subject to section 7, may be appointed in their respective cadre of their concerned departments, in which they occupied civil posts before their dismissal, removal and termination from service.”

The court declared that the case of the present petitioners is not on different footing from the other sacked employees who have already been granted the relief of reinstatement in their service in light of decision of the Service Tribunal as well as the judgment of high court and the Supreme Court (supra).

The high court ruled that the principal seat of the high court and other circuit benches have allowed writ petitions in which the petitioners, though eligible for appointment but not equipped with training certificate, shall be considered for reinstatement against their respective posts under the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Sacked Employees (Appointment ) Act, 2012 immediately.The news.
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Teaching assistants in KP demand regularisation of services
PESHAWAR:January 22: The teaching assistants appointed in the Higher Education Department in 2014 have demanded the government to regularise their services.

Talking to The News, a group of teaching assistants said that a few years ago almost 46,000 candidates appeared in the test and 2,200 qualified, of whom only 800 (500 males and 300 females) were appointed on contract basis (fixed pay) for a period of two years.

The teaching assistants were appointed in various colleges of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa against the vacant posts of lecturers and there was previously no cadre of teaching assistants in colleges, they added. They recalled that that Mushtaq Ghani, now provincial minister for Higher Education, had promised on May 20, 2015 that they would be regularised soon.

“MPA Mrraj Humayun raised the issue in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly. And then our case was referred by the Speaker to the standing committee No 8 (HED) of KP Assembly,” said one of the teaching assistants, adding, the committee approved our regularisation as lecturer. They said the case was referred to different departments (Finance, Establishment and Law) for opinion. All the departments gave opinion in their favour.

However, they lamented that the regularisation bill, introduced in the KP Assembly on October 26, 2016, is still pending due to lack of interest of the PTI government. In November 2016, they said, they were given extension of one year with the promise that they would be regularised in the June 2017 budget but to no avail.

They deplored that the contract employees of different departments were regularised but the teaching assistants were being ignored although the relevant departments and standing committee of KP were in favour of their regularisation.The news.
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Education News from Khyber-Pakhtoonkhwa / Domicile forms distributed among Lakki students
« Last post by sb on January 22, 2018, 12:37:10 PM »
Domicile forms distributed among Lakki students
LAKKI MARWAT:January 22: The district administration has started delivering domicile certificates to the students in their schools on the directives of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa chief secretary.

District Nazim Iqbal Hussain, Deputy Commissioner Muhammad Bakhtiar and others distributed domicile certificate forms among the heads of boy’s and girl’s high and higher secondary schools in Lakki city.

The deputy commissioner said the service of issuing school based domicile certificates to the students had been initiated on the directions of provincial chief secretary.

He said the administration would provide domicile certificates to the schools’ heads through district education officers for distribution.
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