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BISE Lahore Board / Check Matric Result Online 2018
« Last post by Maha Ali Khan on July 16, 2018, 05:12:48 PM »
You might have tired waiting for your matric result 2018. So now my dear students, your wait is over.
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Examination Board In Punjab / 10th Class Result 2018 on July 21
« Last post by hamza masood on July 16, 2018, 03:37:43 PM »
Using you can get all sorts of helpful material regarding Pakistan’s education sector. Each year our website uploads 10th class result. Which is why many students and educators trust our platform as we only post that information on our platform which is authenticated from various reliable sources. All BISE 10th class result 2018 will be available on our online platform on 21 July.

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BISE Quetta Board / Re: bise quetta intermediate result 2013
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CM urged to stop varsities from violating the law
PESHAWAR:16 July: An association of administrative officers of public sector universities in the province has requested the governor — who is also the chancellor of all public varsities in the province — and the interim chief minister to take notice of the rules and laws being violated by varsities.
In a communiqué, the Federation of the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Public Sector Universities Administrative Officers Association (FKPPSUAOA) has urged Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Governor Iqbal Zafar Jhagra and the Caretaker Chief Minister Justice (retired) Dost Muhammad to take stern action against those who were violating the law.

The federation stated that most of the varsities were found guilty of violating section 17-A of the K-P Universities Act by posting teachers on administrative positions. Section 17-A of the law stipulates that no teacher or employees, other than administrative officers, can be posted on the administrative positions.

However, to favour certain factions and for alleged illegal gratification, teachers and other non-administrative officers have been posted on administrative positions in violation of the act. This move, they argued, have affected the academic performance of many departments while sections of the varsity have been compromised.

The association’s president, Muhammad Ilyas, said that if teachers wanted to be appointed to the administrative positions, they should forego their teaching assignments and seek appointment on these positions after applying on openly advertised positions, as prescribed in the law.

He pointed out that varsities were running into serious academic and governance issues owing to the violation of this rule and urged the government to stop a few individuals from make a joke of the law.

Ilyas argued that some varsities had incorrectly interpreted the act and were now trying to justify their actions by ignoring explicit provisions of the act. This, he claimed, reveals the innate designs of officials.

The FKPPSUAOA president said that the administrative officers of a varsity are given representation in key decision-making bodies of universities such as the syndicate and senate.

However, most of the universities are reluctant to hold elections, which were against the directives issued by the K-P governor who had asked universities to fill constituencies of the varsity authorities on priority.

He further added that the promotions of administrative officers have been pending for a while in most universities. He urged that this process is completed immediately.
Published in The Express Tribune, July 16th, 2018.
Postponed: Rains in Mardan wash away medical entrance tests
PESHAWAR:16 July: Following heavy downpour and bad weather in different areas of the province, the entrance tests for medical and dental colleges in the province have been postponed until further orders.

However, the announcement did not come before parents and students had to suffer confusion owing to lack of coordination with the concerned officials.

The Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Educational Testing and Evaluation Agency (ETEA) had scheduled entrance tests for medical and dental colleges of the province, to be held simultaneously at seven centres across Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P), for Sunday.

According to an initial report by the entrance test coordination committee, heavy rains in Mardan caused water logging and disrupted the tents set up to conduct the exams. The administration and contractor tried to restore the test venue but due to continuous rain and muddy conditions of varsity grounds, it was nearly impossible to manage the arrangements.

Subsequently, a coordination committee comprising the vice-chancellors of KMCU, University of Engineering Technology (UET) and ETEA executive director and headed by Higher Education Department Special Secretary decided to postpone the test.

In a clarification statement issued by KMCU, it explained that due to the strict rules and for ensuring transparency and maintaining same standards to asses all the applicants on the same yardstick, it was imperative that the test is administered to all the candidates at the same time.

Hence, any interruption, due to any reason at a single centre would result in a postponement of the test at all centres.  This, though, caused confusion amongst students and their parents waiting at different centres. They tried to call the organisers to learn about the actual situation but in vain.

Khyber Medical College University (KMCU) media officer confirmed that the tests had been rescheduled and said that new dates would be announced soon.

Abbas Khan, who was visiting the Abdul Wali Khan University with his cousin to appear in the test, told The Express Tribune that students from different areas of the district had travelled to the varsity to appear for the tests.

When they were informed that the test had been cancelled, Abbas said that they were confused.

He said that students and their parents suffered due to lack of coordination with the concerned officials and had to return home disappointed. Hamza Ali, who had travelled to the Islamia Collegiate School for the entrance tests, said that they braved long hours on the roads just to be turned away because the test had been cancelled.

As many as 38,057 candidates, including 23,459 boys and 14,598 girls were supposed to appear in the entrance test.
Published in The Express Tribune, July 16th, 2018.
Officers association demands action over violation of Section 17-A
PESHAWAR:16 July: Federation of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Public Sector Universities Administrative Officers Association has demanded the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Governor Iqbal Zafar Jhagra and Chief Minister Justice (r) Dost Muhammad to take notice of the alleged violations of the KP Universities Act and take action against those responsible.

A press release issued after a meeting of the federation on Sunday said most of the universities had been violating Section 17-A of the act where teachers were still working against the administrative positions.

According to Section 17-A, no teacher and employees, other than administrative officers, can be posted to the administrative positions. The posting of teachers against administrative positions is not only a violation of the act but it has also affected the academic performance of the institutions concerned adversely.

Muhammad Ilyas, the president of the association, said that if the teachers were interested in getting administrative positions they should quit teaching assignments and get appointed to these positions through open advertisement as prescribed in the act.

The office-bearer said that varsities had serious academic and governance issues due to violation of the act and the government shall not allow few individuals to violate the law. He said that some universities were wrongly interpreting the act.The news.
K.P.K ETEA entrance test postponed due to poor arrangements
PESHAWAR:16 July: Though there were complaints against the Educational Testing and Evaluation Agency (ETEA), the poor arrangements it had made for entrance test of applicants of medical and ?dental colleges in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Sunday exposed the body that kept parents and their children waiting for hours and ultimately postponed the test.

The applicants and their parents had come from remote areas of the province to their respective centres. They faced hardships and ?sheer disappointment when they were finally told the entrance test had been postponed after keeping them waiting for more than five hours.

The ETEA in collaboration with Khyber Medical University (KMU) every year organises entrance test for admissions in the public and private sector medical and dental colleges of the province, and the applicants always lodge lots of complaints against poor arrangements, but none of the governments have been able to take measures to facilitate the contenders in their written test.

This year the government in collaboration with ETEA and KMU had arranged ?more centres to facilitate the applicants of remote areas in their nearest places and reduce rush at one centre in Peshawar.

?Besides Islamia Collegiate School Ground Peshawar, centres were established in Haripur University, Grassy Ground in Saidu Sharif, Swat, Gomal Medical College new building Dera Ismail Khan, Abdul Wali Khan University Garden Campus close to Sheikh Maltoon town Mardan, Cadet College Kohat and Malakand University in Chakdarra,

Official sources told The News that most of the applicants, particularly females, had come a day earlier ?along with their parents and stayed in hotels to reach in time to the venue meant for entrance hall.

In some places like Peshawar, Haripur, Swat, Charsadda and Kohat, officials, applicants and their parents said the test was unnecessarily postponed.

In Charsadda, some of the applicants and their parents complained they had arrived a day earlier from Chitral and spent the night in hotels so that they could reach examination hall in time.

According to sources, the entrance test was postponed due to the poor arrangements made for the applicants in the Abdul Wali Khan University Garden Campus in Mardan.

Despite heavy rain coupled with storm, most of the applicants and their parents were standing at the main entrance to the Abdul Wali Khan University by 7am, almost an hour before the entrance test scheduled at 8am.

The university security guards, according to the applicants, didn’t allow them to enter the campus and thus all of them including females suffered in heavy rain in an open area.

“The university security guard ?didn’t allow us to enter the university and told us that the entrance test had postponed. Some of the applicants and their parents returned home while we decided to wait there,” said one of the applicants on condition of anonymity, fearing that the authorities might take punitive action against him if his identity was disclosed.

He said finally when they were allowed to the university campus, all the tents installed there for the applicants were lying on the ground and the area where they were supposed to attempt the exam was full of rainwater.

“We kept asking everybody if the test was postponed but there was no responsible person to answer, except the security guards who asked us to return home as the test has been cancelled,” said the applicant.

He said it was around 9:30am when someone appeared and asked the applicants to wait there as they would start the entrance test at 11:30am.

“Those went homes were informed by their colleagues and relatives and they rushed to the university, some of them were brought by their parents and some came in taxis from villages as they were afraid not to miss the test,” said the applicant.

A university professor was among these victims. He had brought his daughter ?to the examination centre in Mardan and was informed that test has been cancelled.

He left for home and was informed in the halfway to return.

When came to the university, there was no authorised person to share with him and other parents the accurate information about the entrance test.

The parents and the applicants had to call their near and dear ones in Peshawar.

And finally after keeping them in tension, the applicants and their parents were informed that the test had been postponed.

An official on condition of anonymity said they were trying to conduct the text at any cost but the contractor who made arrangements in Mardan had disappeared.

In Peshawar and other ?places, the applicants were kept in waiting for hours in their respective centers and were told that the test would begin soon and they would be issued papers.

The candidates who had been allowed into the Islamia Collegiate Ground were asked to leave the venue after announcement of the postponement. The girl candidates had to wait on the footpaths on the main University road as the administration had advised their parents to drop and pick their wards instead of waiting there along with vehicles that caused rush. Their ordeal ended when parents came there after 12 noon and picked them up.

According to applicants, each one of them had paid Rs1600 ?to ETEA a few months ago as fee for the test.

?Around 38057 applicants, including 23459 male and 14598 female students were supposed to appear in the entrance test.

The amount collected from the candidates is around Rs60, 891,200.

Interestingly, the test for medical and dental colleges is conducted at a time when results of intermediate examinations are yet to be announced.

KMU issued a statement later that arrangements were made in seven centers but due to heavy rain and storm in Mardan centre all the arrangements including tents and chairs have been badly disturbed and even fallen to the ground.

KMU spokesman Alamgir Khan Afridi said rainwater entered the test venue which disturbed all the arrangements.

He said the administration and contractor tried to re-establish the test venue but due to continuous rain and muddy condition of ground it was impossible to make the arrangements.

The coordination committee decided that the test should be postponed till further decision, he added.

Alamgir Khan said new date would be announced soon after approval of the competent authority and it would be communicated to the candidates through the print and electronic media.The news.
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