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BISE Lahore Board / inter exams date 2018
« Last post by AKBAR on January 16, 2018, 06:14:21 PM »
inter exams date 2018
بورڈ آف انٹرمیڈیٹ  اینڈ سیکنڈری ایجوکیشن لاہور نے انٹرمیڈیٹ سال اول ، دوئم کے سالانہ امتحانات کی تاریخ کا اعلان کردیا ہے ۔
بورڈ کے جانب سے جاری شدہ امتحانی شیڈول کے مطابق اس سال 2018 میں انٹرمیڈیٹ سال دوئم کے امتحانات 5 مئی 2018 شروع ہونگے
بورڈ نےامتحان میں شرکت کے خواہشمند طلبہ طالبات سے داخلہ فارم اور فیس کا شیڈول  بھی جاری کردیا ہے ۔
شیڈول کے مطابق
سنگل فیس کے ساتھ داخلہ فارم وصول کرنے کی آخری تاریخ 19 فروری2018 ہے
ڈبل فیس کے ساتھ داخلہ فارم کی وصول کرنے کی آخری تاریخ 28 فروری ہے ۔
ٹرپل فیس کے ساتھ  داخلہ فارم کی وصول کرنے کی آخری تاریخ 9 مارچ 2018 ہے ۔
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Army Short Service Commission / Pakistan Army Captain Jobs 2018
« Last post by anum95 on January 14, 2018, 06:21:40 PM »
Pakistan Army Captain Jobs 2018  is announced you can click on the link to get the advertisement and other details
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FBISE Islamabad / Re: FBISE Announces HSSC Part-I Result
« Last post by anum95 on January 14, 2018, 06:17:36 PM »
When did the New Year 2018 Exams starts..?
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ملتان ذکریا یونیورسٹی میں قصور واقعہ کے خلاف شدید احتجاج
 زکریا یونیورسٹی میں واقعہ قصور کے خلاف احتجاج کا سلسلہ جاری رہا ، گزشتہ روز تین احتجاجی ریلیاں نکالی گئیں ، پہلی ریلی چیئرمین بائیوٹیکنالوجی ڈاکٹر سیمہ محمود کی قیادت میں نکالی گئی جس میں ڈاکٹر حامد منظور، شہزاد انجم، کاشف اسلم، طاہر نقاش، اور طلبا وطالبا ت کی بڑی تعداد نے شرکت کی شرکا نے زینب کو انصاف دو کے نعرے لگائے اور ذمے داروں کے خلاف کارروائی کا مطالبہ کیا ،
 دوسری ریلی زرعی کالج کے طلبا وطالبات نے نکالی جو ایڈمن سے شروع ہوکر لا کالج چوک پرختم ہوئی ، طلبا نے حکومت سے فوری طور پر زینب کے قاتلوں کو گرفتا ر کرنے کا مطالبہ کیا ، تیسری ریلی عوامی راج سٹوڈنٹس نے نکالی جو سنٹرل لائبریری سے شروع ہوکر بینک چوک پر ختم ہوئی۔
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Education News from Sindh / Daily wage school staffers to go on strike today
« Last post by sb on January 09, 2018, 11:41:52 AM »
Daily wage school staffers to go on strike today
ISLAMABAD:09 January:As the annual academic session in schools nears its end with students preparing for their final exams, the teaching and non-teaching staff – working on a daily-wage basis in the capital’s public schools — will boycott their duties from today (Tuesday).

The staffers argue that they have not been paid their salaries for the past eight months.

Around 2,200 daily wage employees of the capital’s government-run schools have been working without pay since May 2017. The issue of their regularization issue has also been pending for years.

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Various parliamentary panels have taken up the issue, with the issue featuring in debates on the floor of the parliament, but little has been done to resolve their grievances.

The issue, though, complicated further after the Islamabad High Court (IHC) ruled last November that all daily-wage staffers, who had been appointed at government schools and colleges in the capital without following due procedure and observing principles of transparency, were illegal.

Recent advertisements for new recruits issued by the capital’s education administration have stoked fears amongst employees that they may not be adjusted.

On Monday some daily wage employees staged a protest outside the office of the Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) — the main body which looks after affairs of educational institutions in the capital.

They blocked the entrance to the directorate’s offices and demand that their salaries should be released that new recruitments must be halted.

They cried slogans including “new appointments, not acceptable”, “FDE shame, shame”, and ‘no college, no class, boycott, boycott’.

While the employees have been agitating for their demands for the past week. However, they announced that from Tuesday, they shall boycott their duties in schools and colleges of the capital until their salaries are released, their remuneration is increased as per the formula adopted to increase it in other government cadres.

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Noting that daily-wage teachers are paid the same Rs.15,400 as non-teaching staffers in Islamabad, the employees pointed out that in neighbouring Rawalpindi Cantonment salaries of teachers has been enhanced to Rs25,000.

“We have been teaching for the past six months in a civilized way,” said Rabia Waheed, one of the daily wage teachers who was protesting outside FDE’s office on Monday.

“We have met with the Capital Administration Development Division (CADD) Minister Dr Tariq Fazal Chaudhry, the FDE director general and even approached the finance ministry personally to pursue our case,” she said, adding that the officials only told them to follow their file.

Waheed, though, lamented that their files were returned with multiple objections.

Lady health workers to receive salaries by next week

“Is it our job to roam around the ministries to have our salaries released,” Waheed questioned, adding, “Should we teach our classes or resort to administrative work which officials of the CADD and FDE supposed to do.”

The daily wage teacher went on to say that they now had a decision to make — whether or not to take to the roads with their agitation.

“When we sit on the roads and block the traffic, then the interior ministry will ask the relevant ministries to resolve the issue. This will make them issue our salaries,” Waheed said, noting that every year they had to resort to this formula for their salaries much like other marginalized groups.

Meanwhile, FDE Director General Hasnat Qureshi explained that they had taken the issue of unreleased salaries to the Finance Ministry.

“[Salary release] will be approved, hopefully, in a week,” Qureshi said.

Regarding the protest, he said that they had made arrangements.

“We have called the police and they [protesters] will not be allowed to lock the FDE offices.”Published in The Express Tribune, January 9th, 2018.
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Education News from Sindh / Governor calls for research, introducing innovative ideas
« Last post by sb on January 09, 2018, 11:41:13 AM »
Governor calls for research, introducing innovative ideas
PESHAWAR:09 January: Governor Iqbal Zafar Jhagra on Monday called for research and introducing innovative ideas in medical education to better serve the ailing humanity.

Speaking as chief guest at the convocation of Khyber College of Dentistry here, the governor told the passed out graduates that their cherished dreams materialised “but you must keep it in mind that the road ahead was long and you need to apply the skills with honesty and follow code of ethics.”

Prof. Dr. Arshad Javaid, Vice-Chancellor Khyber Medical University, Prof. Dr Ghulam Rasool, Dean Khyber College of Dentistry (KCD), faculty members, passed out graduates, parents of students and others were present, said a handout.

Congratulating the graduating students, the governor said that their parents and faculty have put in sustained and sincere efforts to enable them to lead a successful practical life. Now, he added, they had entered a new life which was full of challenges and opportunities.

“You are being expected to take up the challenges boldly and not to miss opportunities to excel in your profession,” he told the doctors.

Zafar Jhagra said: “Institutions need teamwork to grow and this can be achieved to rise above gender, caste, race and regionalism. To do so, you must eliminate bias by deciding every issue on basis of factual figures, dignity, transparency.”

He also awarded degrees and medals to 68 graduates in dentistry. Out of which 17 students were awarded with gold medals and Rs10,000 respectively. Governor also announced Rs1 million for Khyber College of Dentistry.The news.
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Education News from Sindh / AIOU to hold two international conferences next month
« Last post by sb on January 09, 2018, 11:40:30 AM »
AIOU to hold two international conferences next month
Islamabad:January 9: Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) will hold two International conferences next month to project new trends and practices in the educational field.

First such event on ‘Nano - Material, Modeling and Simulation’ will be held on February 12-14 while the second one is scheduled to take place on February 16 and 17 to deliberate upon research and practices in Education, a news release said on Monday.

This is the part of the university’s concerted efforts to get acquainted its students and the Faculty’s members with the new academic developments taking place in various disciplines. This will also enable them to interact with foreign academicians to learn from their knowledge and experience in the relevant fields.

The university has organised as many as 28 national and international conferences during the last three years. Besides this, over 100 seminars and workshops were arranged to highlight the issues of students interests.

As per the vision of the Vice Chancellor, Prof Dr Shahid Siddiqui, the AIOU fulfills its main responsibility of constructing knowledge and disseminating the same among the end-users through the conferences and the research journals.The news.
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First group of students graduate from US-Pakistan centre at MUET
Karachi:January 9:US Consul General Grace Shelton participated in a convocation ceremony at Mehran University in Jamshoro on Monday, during which she joined MUET Vice Chancellor Dr Muhammad Aslam Uqaili in handing out diplomas and medals to the students graduating from the US-Pakistan Centre for Advanced Studies in Water at Mehran University.
These graduates are the first group of students who also participated in an exchange programme with students and professors from the University of Utah, a programme supported by the US government. The graduates also received scholarships from the United States government.

Mehran University of Engineering and Technology Vice Chancellor Uqaili expressed his appreciation for USAID support and thanked the people of the United States for supporting education and health projects in the province.

Consul General Shelton said, “Each one of you has the talent, motivation, and dedication to help solve many of the water-related problems facing Pakistan today. With your newly acquired skills and knowledge, you are ready to make important contributions to enhance access to clean water, sanitation, and proper hygiene; protect water-related ecosystems; and, help Pakistan adapt to the threats posed by climate change. So, I congratulate you, but I also challenge you — from this day forward: Make a difference and be the change that builds Pakistan’s tomorrow!”

The US-Pakistan Centre for Advanced Studies in Water at Mehran University is one of four new research centres the United States government has built and continues to support at Pakistani universities.

The four US-Pakistan centres for advanced studies are one component of the US government’s $127 million programme that supports applied research to find innovative solutions for Pakistan’s water, energy, agriculture, and food security challenges.The news.
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Education News in Punjab / Teachers’ Front demands ex-PU VC’s name be put on ECL
« Last post by sb on January 09, 2018, 11:38:29 AM »
Teachers’ Front demands ex-PU VC’s name be put on ECL
LAHORE:09 January:A group of teachers from Punjab University have demanded of the provincial government to put the name of former provisional vice-chancellor’s name on the exit control list (ECL) and a thorough investigation should be carried out against him for alleged irregularities.

A statement issued by the Teachers’ Front on Monday stated that the teachers demand that Dr Zafar Moin Nasar should not be given a safe passage and instead legal action should be initiated against him. The statement added that teachers were celebrating the exit of the former VC.

The statement stated that Dr Nasar proved to be a very controversial vice-chancellor. It said that after taking charge, he fired 45 senior teachers and after much criticism from academics, he was forced to withdraw his decision.

It said that Dr Nasar’s qualification for the post of the vice-chancellor had been challenged in the Lahore High Court and his policies would have a long-term negative effect on the varsity.

The statement said that the teachers’ community would not rest until action was taken against him. “Members of the Punjab University Academic Staff Association and Senators appeal to the chief minister and chancellor to not give him a safe passage and conduct a thorough investigation against him and recover millions looted from the Punjab University,” the statement stated.

Meanwhile, the Punjab University Academic Staff Association (ASA) – the elected representative body of teachers, supported the former provisional vice-chancellor. In a statement, ASA President Javed Sami condemned the statement by the Teachers’ Front and said that Dr Nasar was an honest man as well as being a pro-merit vice-chancellor.

He said that the teachers’ community supports all the initiatives taken by him, including holding selection board and bringing peace to the university campus among other things. He said, “The teachers’ community has already rejected the Teachers’ Front for supporting the illegal activities during the tenure of the former vice-chancellor Dr Mujahid Kamran.”

Sami said that the faculty would not accept any attempt at character assassination of Dr Zafar Moin Nasar.”

He demanded of the Punjab government to immediately advertise the vacant post of the vice-chancellor. He said that the government should ensure that that a permanent vice-chancellor be appointed so that academic and research activities at the varsity could continue.

Earlier on January 5, provisional vice-chancellor Dr Zafar Moin Nasar resigned from his position. His resignation came after claims of government’s pressure to handover land of the varsity as well as allegations of Dr Nasar’s involvement in financial and administrative irregularities during his tenure.

However, Dr Zafar Moin contended that he had been under immense pressure by the provincial government to provide two kanals of land of the Punjab University to the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F).

The government had asked for the land to build a mosque which was going to be demolished due to the development work on Orange Line Metro Train project.Published in The Express Tribune, January 9th, 2018.
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Education News in Punjab / Orientation of Rawalpindi Law College students held
« Last post by sb on January 09, 2018, 11:37:43 AM »
Orientation of Rawalpindi Law College students held
Rawalpindi:January 9: Chief Executive of Rawalpindi Law College (RLC) Peerzada Rahat Masood Quddusi said that the lawyers of today are the future of Pakistan. These students will lead the nation in the practical life and will enlighten their country and will elevate the green flag to its zenith, says a press release.

He stated this while addressing the students of RLC in a welcome party arranged for the new students of LLB-I. RLC Principal Mushtaq Ali Khan Baloch, Jinnah Institute of Informatics & Commerce Principal Masood Sultan Ch. and Rawalpindi College of Commerce Principal Hamid Mehmood were also present on the occasion.

Rahat Quddusi said the law students must be updated with the latest innovations in their profession because traditional modes of these legal practices do not lead to the professional culmination. The law students must be completely aware of the new academic dimensions and the practical facets of the legal profession. He said that the lawyers are the most significant community of a state who play vital role in seeking justice for human being. RLC in affiliations with the Punjab University is diligently performing its educational and professional duties for the last 30 years. I feel great pleasure and elevation to mention that RLC produced exemplary results in Annual Examination of 2016-17 of the Punjab University.

I pray that RLC should continue achieving its goals and progress continuously and our green Pak flag should be at the top in the comity of the nations of the world. At the end of the ceremony, students performed different skits, tableaus, songs and funny speeches.The news.
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