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GIT recommended sending Swabi University VC on forced leave
PESHAWAR:17 March: Contrary to the PTI government’s claim of good governance, the Governor Inspection Team (GIT) has recommended sending Swabi University Vice Chancellor Dr Imtiaz Ali Khan on forced leave after declaring him responsible for irregularities in the university so that he could not influence a departmental inquiry.

In a report submitted to the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa governor, the GIT has also recommended dismissal of teachers illegally appointed to administrative posts and placing ban on contractual appointments up to Grade 16 in view of the forthcoming general elections. The GIT recommended formation of a committee to probe issuance of fake degrees and transferring all students to the Abdul Wali Khan University after ending new departments which have been set up illegally. The GIT has declared that change in educational qualification and experience criteria is based on ill-intention. Ignoring the SOP, the vice chancellor appointed his brother-in-law Shafiq Khan as assistant controller, Examinations.

According to the report submitted by GIT head and Grade 21 Police Group Officer Syed Imtiaz Altaf, six fake degrees have been issued by the Swabi University during the tenure of the present VC and the VC preceding him. Those who got fake degrees include a top PTI leader’s cousin and his wife. The report has declared appointments of teachers to the posts of registrar, assistant registrar, controller examinations, auditor and treasurer a violation of Section 13 and 17 of the University Act 2002.

It has been recommended that additional powers of treasurer should be taken back from Assistant Professor Management Sciences Naveed Anjum and an officer from the Treasurer Cadre be appointed to the post. An officer from the Registrar Cadre be appointed to the post of registrar. Assistant Professor Abid has been appointed as controller examinations illegally. So he should be sent back to his department. Shafiq Khan got appointed Nadeem Khan, brother of his personal assistant, as assistant professor.

According to the report, out of 33 departments, 31 departments’ heads are assistant professors. The VC opened 11 new departments illegally for which tobacco godowns were taken on heavy rent. It was for this very reason that donor institutions stopped Rs 229,878,000 aid to the university. All departments of the university are being run on an ad-hocism. Several posts of professors, associate professors, assistant professors, lecturers, registrar and treasurer are lying vacant for a long time.

According to some circles, new departments were opened on political basis, so an inquiry should be held against the VC. The GIT has pointed to security threats to the students studying in the tobacco godowns and recommended adjusting them in the university’s new campus which is under construction. The Swabi DPO has already pointed to the security threat to the students. The GIT has pointed out that the same sort of irregularities had also come to the fore in the Abdul Wali Khan University, Mardan. The GIT has recommended removing amendments to the university statute and declaring advertisements under this statute void. The GIT has pointed out that changes in the qualification criteria for key posts have been made under the amended statute. The GIT recommended barring the VC from formation of a new selection board.

According to the report, the university syndicate had not approved 31 proposals including the 2017-18 budget proposal by the university administration. The syndicate had asked for separate submission of the budget proposal that was not done. The VC, distorting facts, presented the budget proposal to benefit himself and his aides. The expenditures presented in the 18th meeting of the syndicate proved illegal on which the GIT recommended action against the VC under the University Act. It was also recommended that the VC should be sent on forced leave so that he could not influence the inquiry against him.

The GIT has recommended ensuring appointments to key posts within three months or devising a mechanism by the Higher Education Department to send officers from Treasury, Administration and Accounts Departments to the university on deputation.The news.
Gandhara Hindko Board will launch translation of Holy Quran into Hindko language
PESHAWAR:17 March: The Gandhara Hindko Board will formally launch the versified translation of the Holy Quran into Hindko language on Sunday.
A ceremony will be arranged by the Hazara chapter of the board at the Abbottabad Press Club. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Minister for Higher Education Mushtaq Ahmad Ghani will be the chief guest.

The translation has been rendered by a noted writer Abdul Ghafoor Malik (late) of Hazara division. He had also translated into Hindko the sayings of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) under the title of “Nitrian Hadeesan.”

The versified Hindko translation spans 1234 pages. On the right side is the Arabic text of the Holy Quran while the Hindko translation appears on the left side. There is a glossary of 142 frequently used Hindko words, which have been translated into Urdu and placed in the beginning for the convenience of the readers.

Abdul Ghafoor Malik was born in Silhed area of Abbottabad, Hazara division, in 1923 and died in 2004. The literatus got down to versified translation work and handed the manuscript to Gandhara Hindko Board that materialized the task.

Mohammad Ziauddin, a distinguished Hindko language writer, poet, research scholar and General Secretary of the Gandhara Hindko Board, who oversaw all the arrangements, said it was an honour for the literary organisation to bring the work of great importance in the fine print.

Haider Zaman Haider, secretary, Hindko Adabi Jirga, Hazara, Waqasul Islam, son of Abdul Ghafoor Malik, and Muhammad Rafique Kamran who revised the Hindko text, said the work gave them spiritual satisfaction. It may be mentioned here that the Gandhara Hindko Board and Gandhara Hindko Academy have published 28 Hindko language books of writers and poets from the Hazara division so far.

The publications cover various genres of the Hindko literature - poetry, prose, travelogues, versified translations and research-based papers. The board and the academy jointly bring out a regular Hindko language journal - “Sargi Da Tara”- that has writings by the literati from the Hazara division.

Some of the books by writers from Hazara division published by the board and the academy are Roop Saroop, Shama Tey Patang, Hindko Charbetey Dey Rango Rang Nadarey, Mubarak Safar-e-Hajj, Quran Fehmi, Mashaal, Rehmatal Lil Alameen (PBUH), Sochaan Dee Mundri, Galyan Tey Drandey, Rehmataan Dee Barish, Sanjah Bagh, Phulan Dee Satt, Ghazwaat-e-Nabvi (PBUH), Inter-Cultural Pakistan, Hik Aha Raja Hik Ahee Rani, Hazara Dey Aasar-e-Qadeema, Hazara Rang, Hindko Mazah Nagari, Tareekh-e-Sahafat Hazara, Misl Phul Gulab, Mushk-e-Gulab, Dur-e-Shahi and Mehkian Gullan, etc.The news.
Dr Shahzeb done PhD from University of Bradford United Kingdom
PESHAWAR:17 March: Dr Shahzeb Khan, assistant professor at the Department of Pharmacy, University of Malakand Chakdarra, has been nominated as the focal person to deliver lecture/seminars on nano-particles drug delivery at the School of Health Sciences university of Kawazulu-Natal, Durban (UKZN) in Durban in South Africa.

Dr Shahzeb has done his Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) from University of Bradford United Kingdom and has contributed in the field of nano-drug delivery/computational pharmaceutics.

This academic visit of Dr Khan would lead to establish strong research collaboration between University of Malakand and UKZN. It is also worth mentioning, that the computational Drug Delivery Centre which is based at the Discipline of Pharmacy and established by Professor Mahmoud Soliman is considered among the leading computational centres in the world.

During this 10 days visit, Dr Khan would also get hands on the advanced molecular modelling techniques which are being employed for development of novel drug delivery systems. The visit likely would provide a platform to Dr Khan for actively interaction with the team of Prof. M.Soliman and other renowned and seasoned researchers of the school.

During the visit, he would discuss with Dean of the School to get free access to the researchers based at UOM for online use of the largest super computer cluster of the laboratory.The news.
Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Medical University gears up search for VC
ISLAMABAD:17 March: At last, the government has formed a committee to find the new vice-chancellor for the Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Medical University, Islamabad, on the permanent basis.

The development comes following the VC appointment's approval by the federal cabinet. The committee comprises federal minister for health services and regulation Saira Afzal Tarar, federal education and professional training minister Balighur Rehman, state minister for the Capital Administration and Development Division Dr Tariq Fazal Chaudhry, the University of Health Sciences Lahore's VC and noted public health specialist Dr Sania Nishtar.

It will interview candidates before recommending three of them to the chancellor for picking one to fill the top SZABMU post awaiting permanent appointment early January when the incumbent, Professor Javed Akram, quit after completing the four-year stint. After its establishment in March 2013, Prof Javed had become the university’s first VC on January 7, 2014.The news.
National University of Sciences hosted high commissioners of different countries
Islamabad:17 March:As part of its efforts to boost academic and research relations with the higher education institutions worldwide, the National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST) hosted the third batch of ambassadors and high commissioners of different countries.

NUST Rector Lieutenant General (r) Naweed Zaman along with the university's senior management greeted the visitors, who belonged to India, Japan, Nepal, Nigeria, South Korea, Sudan and Vietnam.The news.
Shehzad got second position in Inter School Mathematics Olympiad
Islamabad:17 March: Taha Ahmad, Class 7, student of Pak Turk International Schools and Colleges Boys Branch Chak Shehzad secured second position in the National Inter School Mathematics Olympiad. He received Rs30,000 Cash Prize, says a press release.The news.
Education News from Sindh / Bahria University students off to Turkey on scholarship
« Last post by sb on March 17, 2018, 01:16:50 PM »
Bahria University students off to Turkey on scholarship
Islamabad:17 March: Bahria University (BU) in collaboration with Altinbas University, Istanbul, Turkey has sent seven students on Erasmus+ Exchange Programme for spring, 2018 semester.

During their stay in Turkey, students will be studying in their relevant departments on fully funded scholarships. Studying and interacting with global culture allows students to not only build advanced global skills, but also to learn about foreign cultures.

Bahria University also has academic partnerships with several universities across the globe focusing on different areas of collaboration including, exchange of faculty and students, exchange of research fellows, joint research projects, joint conferences and seminars, joint curriculum development, sharing and exchange of information & resources and staff development.The news.
Karachi University formed a joint action committee to resist 
Karachi:17 March:Teachers, students and non-teaching employees of Karachi University (KU) formed a joint action committee on Friday to resist the controversial Universities and Institutes Laws (Amendment) Bill 2018.

The committee was announced during a meeting held at the Staff Club. Representatives of student organisations and associations of employees and teachers attended the meeting, which was presided Prof Dr Shah Ali ul Qadar.

The participants decided that they would not compromise on the autonomous status of the varsities. They rejected the assurances held out by Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah and Sindh HEC Chairman Dr Asim Hussain that the objectionable clauses in the amended law would be reviewed.

They decided to continue their protest until the withdrawal of the amendments that have deprived the governor of key powers, including the authority to make top appointments to the varsities, and given them to the chief minister.

Members of the committee demanded the restoration of the 1972 Universities Act in its true spirit, elections of student unions and representation of non-teaching employees and students on the statuary bodies of the varsities.

A day earlier, KU teachers, students and non-teaching employees continued their on-campus protest for the fourth consecutive day against the controversial bill passed by the provincial assembly.

On Monday, the Teachers Alliance for Good Governance, the Employees Welfare Association, the Students Federation of Pakistan and other KU groups had observed a black day.

The following day, the Federation of All Pakistan Universities Academic Staff Association (Fapuasa) had observed a black day in all public sector universities across Sindh. Fapuasa ended the protest after Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah assured a delegation of the association that the law would be reviewed.

But associations of KU teachers, employees and students believe that the government had never kept such promises in the past; therefore, they will continue their on-campus protest until the government removes all disputed clauses from the act.

Continuing their protest, they gathered at the Arts Lobby on Thursday and expressed serious concerns over the bill. They also condemned Senior Minister for Food and Parliamentary Affairs Nisar Khuhro’s statement regarding the amended law.

In a statement, the minister had said nobody should raise objections to the chief minister’s becoming the appointing authority of the universities because he was an elected representative.

Speaking on the occasion, Prof Dr Shah Ali-ul-Qadar, vice president of the Karachi University Teachers Society (KUTS), said the varsities were places where academic freedom reigned supreme and no authority in the government could control the academic and financial affairs of varsities as these were themselves statutory bodies.

He said it was very amazing logic of the government that the chief minister had promised the Fapuasa delegation to review the amendments, but statements of ministers had proved him wrong. They were not ready to modify the law, which included disputed clauses, he added.

Dr Riaz Ahmed, chairman of the applied chemistry department and member of the Karachi University Academic Council, said teachers had raised their voice against the Model University Ordinance 2002, which had been introduced by General (retd) Pervez Musharraf, and as a result the ordinance had not been implemented. He said Musharraf wanted to undermine the autonomous status of the varsities across the country.

Dr Ahmed said the presence of students and staff at the second protest meant that a movement to resist the bureaucratic rule in the varsities had once again begun from the KU as it had in the past.

He recalled that the students and teachers’ movements were sparked and academia resisted when General Ayub in 1963, Gen Zia in 1982 and General Musharraf in 2003 tried to change the varsities’ laws and get control of the public sector higher educational institutions. KUTS announced it would stage a protest at 11am on March 19.
Students to use their educational abilities for promotion of peace
Karachi:17 March:Major General Muhammad Saeed, the head of the paramilitary Rangers in Sindh, urged the students on Friday to use their educational abilities for promotion of peace and constructive thinking in society.
The law enforcement agencies and the people of Karachi had jointly struggled for restoring peace in the city, he said during his speech at Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology. The Rangers director general called for looking at the city’s bright future by moving away from violent politics and sectarianism of the past.The news.
FBISE Islamabad / FG College 11th Class Computer Science Paper 2018
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FG College 11th Class Computer Science Paper 2018
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