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AIOU PTC, CT, B.Ed Result
« on: February 19, 2009, 08:19:28 AM »
AIOU PTC, CT, B.Ed Result

AIOU announced PTC, CT, B.Ed result

Islamabad, Feb 17: Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) has declared result of PTC, CT and B.Ed programmes of Spring Semester 2008. The controller of examination AIOU, Hafeezullah said that the intimation cards of these programmes have been dispatched to the students at their given addresses through post office. He said the students who do not receive the result intimation card up to 20-2-2009 are advised to contact the nearest AIOU regional office or superintendent (Exams) personally or on phone no. 051-9057323 to get the duplicate result card. To facilitate the students, result has also been placed on Allama Iqbal Open University website They can download a copy from the website. The News

26 Egyptian teachers join IIUI

Islamabad: Twenty-six Egyptian teachers on Monday joined Arabic, Islamic Studies and Sharia and Law faculties of International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI). A ceremony was organised at the IIUI Central Library to honour the teachers. Addressing the ceremony as chief guest, IIUI President Dr Anwar Hussain Siddiqui appreciated the role of Egyptian government, Jama-e-Azhar and other Egyptian institutions in foundation of the IIUI. He said the Egyptian government provided a good number of teachers to the university in early 1990s. He said two of the early IIUI presidents were also Egyptians. He assured the Egyptian teachers of full cooperation and hoped they would play role in cementing relations with Egypt and other Arab countries. IIUI Vice-President Dr Khalifa Hassan Ahmed, Egyptian Embassy Advisor Ahmed Muhammad Abdul Azeem and deans of the university's faculties also addressed the function.

FJWU students educated on bird flu

Fatima Jinnah Women University (FJWU), Rawalpindi, in collaboration with the Livestock and Dairy Development Ministry, on Monday organised a seminar on its premises to sensitise students to preventive measures against avian influenza, commonly known as bird flu. Addressing the seminar, National Programme for Control of Avian Influenza Project Director Prof Dr Muhammad Akram Muneer said bird flu was a viral poultry disease. He said the disease had so far spread in a number of countries. He said bird flue was a lethal virus having potential of re-assortment and emergence of a new influenza virus. It's not a stable virus but it can be avoided by adopting preventive measures, Dr Muneer said, adding, A-type bird flu could inflict a severe illness equally on people of all ages and birds.

He also educated the audience how to avoid the disease. He said awareness of the disease should be increased. He emphasised the importance of hygiene conditions and better cleaning habits in daily life. Dr Muneer advised the students not to touch sick or dead chicken, ducks, pigeons and other birds. He said an individual's contact with birds' feathers and feces without wearing gloves and masks could be injurious. He asked the students to eat well-cooked poultry products and wash hands with soap after having contact with any live or dead poultry or raw poultry products. A good number of students were present in the seminar. In the end, FJWU Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Saeeda Asadullah Khan presented the university souvenir to the speaker. Daily Times
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