BISE Lahore Intermediate result 2013 | Medical entrance test
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Lahore, Sept 23: Autonomous educational institutions clinched
top positions in the Lahore Board of Intermediate and Secondary
Education annual examination 2013, announced by the BISE chairman here
The overall first position went to Government College University's
pre-engineering student Asad Mumtaz (Roll No 529696) who secured 1,047
marks out of 1,100. The second position was shared by the same
institution's Hafiz Usama Tanveer (Roll No 530887) and Government
Kinnaird College for Women's Khadija Nadeem (Roll No 50138). They scored
The third position was shared by Kinnaird College's Hadia Tahir (Roll
No 505038) and Punjab College for Women's (Muslim Town) Ayesha Sikandar
Baig (Roll No 50539) as they got 1,037 marks each.
Asad, a resident of Kot Lakhpat area who had done O-Level and later
switched to Pakistani examination system, said his parents wished that
any of their offspring should bring honours to the family by securing a
position in exams. He said he had done his best to materialise the
dreams of his parents who were joyous over his success. However, their
celebrations were dampened by the Peshawar blasts.
Hafiz Usama was expecting that he would get some position as he had worked very hard. And he did it.
Khadija Nadeem had 'tradition' of getting positions since primary
school. So a ray of hope had been beaming in her heart all the time
since she appeared in the intermediate exams.
Both Hadia and Ayesha said they were not expecting to get honours. To
be honest, said Hadia, she had calculated to bag around 1,020 marks.
Not hoping to get any position, she did not bother to watch the Board
authorities' press conference on TV. She was visiting a classmate when
she received a call from her father giving her the news of her life.
Ayesha used to underestimate her talent when she would see others (class-fellows) working even harder.
In the Pre-Medical (Girls) Group, the first position went to Khadija
Nadeem, the second was shared by Hadia Tahir and Ayesha Sikandar Baig,
while the third was clinched by Sania Ashfaq (Roll No 500209) of the
Punjab College for Girls, Kasur, with 1,035 marks.
The first position among boys in the Pre-Medical Group was secured by
Muhammad Ali Aziz (Roll No 513984) with 1,034 marks and second by Ahmed
Ali Aziz (Roll No 513877) with 1,026 marks. Saad Ali Zanjani (Roll No
513858) bagged third position with 1,025 marks. All of them were
students of the GCU.
In the Pre-Engineering group (Girls) Iqra Javed (Roll No 522042) of
the Punjab College for Women (Muslim Town) stood first with 1,033 marks,
Ateequa Yaqoob (Roll No 521732) of the Kinnaird College bagged second
slot with 1,030 marks and Mahnoor Dar of the Punjab College for Girls,
Kasur (Roll No 520061) stood third with 1,027 marks.
In the Pre-Engineering group (Boys), Asad Mumtaz stood first, Hafiz
Usama Tanveer second and Junaid Ali (Roll No 530631) of the GCU third
with 1,028 marks.
Among girls in General Science Group, Maira Nadeem (Roll No 548002)
of the Punjab College (Muslim Town) secured first position with 989
marks, Armish Ashraf (Roll No 547889) of the Kinnaird College second
with 982 marks and Maria Ahmad (Roll No 548699) of the Punjab College
(Muslim Town) third with 969 marks.
In General Science Group (Boys), the first position went to Talaul
Badar (Roll No 556625) of the Punjab College (Muslim Town) with 988
marks, Umer Shahid of the same college (Roll No 555684) stood second
with 972 marks and Adnan Ali Syed of the GCU (Roll No 555145) got 960
marks to lay claim to the third slot.
In the Humanities Group (Girls), Aneeqa Aftab (Roll No 624459) of the
Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) bagged first position with
968 marks, Aroosa Adrees (Roll No 636863), a private candidate, stood
second with 962 marks and Amina Ishaq (Roll No 619289) of the Minhajul
Quran Degree College for Women (Township) third with 957 marks.
Among boys in the Humanities Group, Muhammad Hassan (Roll No 652110),
a private candidate, clinched first position with 939 marks, Hafiz
Muhammad Usman-i-Ghani (Roll No 660520) of the Unique College of
Computer Science (Muslim Town) second with 935 marks and Asif Hussain of
the GCU (Roll No 658822) third with 928 marks.
In Commerce Group (Girls), Iram Fayyaz (Roll No 569286), a private
candidate, secured first position with 1,007 marks, Shazia Rafiq (Roll
No 564746) of the Punjab College (Muslim Town) second with 972 marks,
while the third position was shared by two private candidates – Maria
Ali Ahmed (Roll No 569418) and Aqsa Azeem (Roll No 569045) who scored
967 marks each.
In Commerce Group (Boys), Muhammad Hassan Shahbaz (Roll No 585768) of
the Punjab College of Commerce (Muslim Town) got first position with
980 marks, the second slot went to Syed Muhammad Asghar Ali (Roll No
584633) of the same college with 971 marks and third to Muhammad Naeem
(Roll No 577040) of the Shahkot College of Commerce, Nankana Sahib, with
970 marks. Dawn
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GCU tops Inter pre-engineering, pre-medical exams
Lahore: Government College University's pre-engineering student Asad Mumtaz (Roll No
529696) bagged overall first position in the Board of Intermediate and
Secondary Education (BISE) Lahore's Intermediate Annual Examination
2013. Asad Mumtaz, a resident of the Kot Lakhpat area, secured 1,047
marks out of 1,100 marks.
Twins Muhammad Ali Aziz (Roll
No. 513984) and Ahmed Ali Aziz (Roll No. 513877), both students of GCU,
secured first and second positions in the pre-medical group (Boys) by
securing 1034 and 1026 marks respectively. The overall second position
was shared by Hafiz Usama Tanveer (Roll No. 530887) of GCU and Khadija
Nadeem (Roll No. 505138) of Kinnaird College who secured 1038 marks
Similarly, the overall third position was also
shared by Hadia Tahir (Roll No. 505038) of Kinnaird College and Ayesha
Sikandar Baig (Roll No. 505369) of Punjab College for Women, Muslim Town
who secured 1037 marks each. Among girls in the Pre-Medical Group, the
first position was clinched by Khadija Nadeem. The second position was
shared by Hadia Tahir and Ayesha Sikandar Baig while the third position
was bagged by Sania Ashfaq (Roll No. 500209) of Punjab College for
Girls, Kasur, with 1035 marks. Among boys in the Pre-Medical Group, the
first position was clinched by Muhammad Ali Aziz and second by Ahmed Ali
Aziz (the twins) while Saad Ali Zanjani (Roll No. 513858) of GCU stood
third with 1025 marks.
In the Pre-Engineering (Girls),
Iqra Javed (Roll No. 522042) of Punjab College for Women, Muslim Town,
clinched first position with 1033 marks, Ateequa Yaqoob (Roll No.
521732) of Kinnaird College second with 1030 marks and Mah Noor Dar of
Punjab College for Girls, Kasur, (Roll No. 520061), third with 1027
marks. In the Pre-Engineering (Boys) Asad Mumtaz stood first, Hafiz
Usama Tanveer second and Junaid Ali (Roll No. 530631) of GCU third with
1028 marks. Among girls in General Science Group, Maira Nadeem of Punjab
College, Muslim Town, (Roll No. 548002), clinched first position with
989 marks, Armish Ashraf of Kinnaird College (Roll No. 547889) second
with 982 marks and Maria Ahmad of Punjab College, Muslim Town, (Roll No.
548699), third with 969 marks.
Among boys in General
Science Group, the first position was bagged by Tala-ul-Badar of Punjab
College of I.T., Muslim Town, (Roll No. 556625), with 988 marks, Umer
Shahid of the same college (Roll No. 555684) second with 972 marks and
Adnan Ali Syed of GCU (Roll No. 555145) third with 960 marks. In the
Humanities Group (Girls), Aneeqa Aftab (Roll No. 624459) of Lahore
College for Women University (LCWU) bagged first position with 968
marks, Aroosa Adrees (Roll No. 636863), a private candidate, stood
second with 962 marks and Amina Ishaq of Minhaj-ul-Quraan Degree College
for Women, Township, (Roll No. 619289), third with 957 marks.
the Humanities Group (Boys), a private candidate Muhammad Hassan (Roll
No. 652110) secured first position with 939 marks, Hafiz Muhammad
Usman-e-Ghani (Roll No. 660520) of Unique College of Computer Science,
Muslim Town, second with 935 marks and Asif Hussain of GCU (Roll No.
658822) third with 928 marks.
Among girls in Commerce
Group, a private candidate Iram Fayaz (Roll No. 569286) clinched first
position with 1007 marks, Shazia Rafiq of Punjab College, Muslim Town,
(Roll No. 564746) second with 972 marks while the third position was
shared by two private candidates Maria Ali Ahmed (Roll No. 569418) and
Aqsa Azeem (Roll No. 569045) who scored 967 marks each.
boys in Commerce Group, the first position was bagged by Muhammad
Hassan Shahbaz of Punjab College of Commerce, Muslim Town, (Roll No.
585768), with 980 marks, second with 971 marks by Syed Muhammad Asghar
Ali (Roll No. 584633) of the same college and Muhammad Naeem (Roll No.
577040) of Shah Kot College of Commerce, Nankana Sahib, third with 970
marks. The news
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Distinguished alumni of FA/FSc exams
Sahiwal: Girls bagged top three positions in the
intermediate examination results announced by the Board of Intermediate
and Secondary Education, Sahiwal on Sunday.
BISE, Sahiwal chairman Mehr Bashir Ahmad announced the results.
Romaisa Tariq of the District Public Higher Secondary School for
Girls, Okara, Adeen Zahoor of the Divisional Public Higher Secondary
School, Sahiwal and Mariam Mushtaq of the Punjab College for Women,
Okara bagged first, second and third positions by scoring 1,034, 1,031
and 1,025 marks, respectively.
In the pre-medical group among boys Hamza Tahir of the Suffa
Educational Complex topped with 1,020 marks. Muhammad Faizan of the
Divisional Public School and Inter College, Sahiwal remained the highest
scorer (1,020) in the pre-engineering group.
Among girls the top pre-engineering position went to Urwah Kiran of the Unique Public Higher Secondary School, scoring 1,002.
In the humanities group among boys Hammad Atiq, a private candidate
from Okara, scored 954 and topped the examination. Among girls Shanza
Iqbal of PICS Girls College, Arifwala topped with 966 marks.
Syed Muhammad of the Punjab College for Boys, Sahiwal (score 953) was the top scorer in the commerce group.
In the general science group among boys Hammad Aslam of the Punjab
College, Okara secured 944 marks to bag top position in the group.
Wareesha Munawar of the GDCW, Arifwala won honours with a score of 995.
BISE Sahiwal Controller of Examination Shahid Pervaiz Qureshi said
the prize-distribution ceremony would be held at the Government
Postgraduate College on Monday.
BAHAWALPUR: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education,
Bahawalpur on Sunday announced the result of intermediate annual
examination for 2013.
Girls clinched the top three positions and the pass percentage was
51.57pc. A total of 38,001 candidates appeared in the examination; of
them, 19,603 were declared successful.
Maheen Zulfiqar of the Punjab College, Rahim Yar Khan topped with
1,027 marks out of 1,100. Maryam Munir of the Modern Times College,
Bahawalnagar and Rimsha Bokhari of Chishtian College secured second and
third positions by obtaining 1,022 and 1,021 marks, respectively.
MULTAN: Private colleges clinched top three positions in the FA/FSc results announced by the BISE, Multan.
Farheen Fatima of the City College of Science and Commerce bagged
first position by securing 1,040 marks. Nafees Razzaq of the Muslim
Public Higher Secondary School, People's Colony scored 1,039 and was
second and Abu Bakar Naeem of Kips College for Boys, Multan secured
1,038 marks for a third position.
In the pre-medical group Farheen Fatima scored top position. In the
pre-engineering group Abu Bakar Naeem got first position. Aqdas Imam
Shah of the Punjab College for Women, Wapda Town clinched first position
by securing 969 marks in the humanities group.
In the general science group, first position was secured by Ayesha
Sahar of the Divisional Public School and College for Girls, Mian Channu
by obtaining 1,009 marks.
GUJRANWALA: Lubna Mukhtar of the Superior Women College, Sialkot
scored 1,031 and topped the intermediate examination of Gujranwala
Hafiza Aneeqa Mehmood of the Punjab College Civil Lines, Gujranwala
got second position, scoring 1,021 and Hassan bin Aziz of the
Quaid-i-Azam Divisional Public School for Boys, Gujranwala remained
third with 1,020 marks.
DERA GHAZI KHAN: Javeria Manzoor of the Punjab Girls College, Kot
Addu, secured first position by obtaining 1,027 marks. Zuhra Hassan of
the Zakariya Higher Secondary School scored 1,026 and got second
position and Muhammad Basit of the Rashid Minhas Higher Secondary
School, Alipur, Muzaffargarh got third position by getting 1,023 marks. Dawn
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41,677 take medical entrance test
Lahore: University of Health Sciences (UHS) Lahore conducted a medical and dental
colleges' entrance test simultaneously in 12 cities of the Punjab amid
tight security on Sunday.
Around 41,677 candidates
appeared in the entrance test and among whom 13,361 were male and 28,316
female, more than double of male candidates.
started at 9:00am, went peacefully at 20 centres set up in Lahore,
Sargodha, Sahiwal, Gujrat, Gujranwala Faisalabad, Bahawalpur, Multan,
D.G.Khan, Rahimyar Khan, Rawalpindi and Hassan Abdal. All centres were
locked at 0815 hours sharp and no one was allowed to enter after that.
large number of police personnel were deployed at the centres to
prevent any disruption. Bomb disposal squads and fire-brigades were also
made available at the centres to counter any untoward incident.
Besides, close circuit TV (CCTV) cameras, mobile phone jammers and
walkthrough gates were installed at all centres. There were also proper
arrangements for the disabled students, parking and waiting area
facilities for the parents of the candidates. Backup power generators
were also provided at most of the centres.
On the direction of CM Punjab, Government officials across the Punjab monitored the entrance test on Sunday.
Divisional Commissioner Imdad Ullah Bosal, District Coordination
Officer Naseem Sadiq and others also monitored the arrangements for a
total of 8196 female and 3739 male candidates who appeared in the test
at four centres, which were set up in Lahore including the Board of
Intermediate and Secondary Education examination halls at Lawrence Road
where 4400 female candidates appeared, one at Punjab University
examination halls at Wahdat Road where 3796 female and 237 male
candidates turned up, and at Government Comprehensive Girls High School
and Government Pilot High School for Boys at Wahdat Road were set up by
UHS where 1542 and 1960 male candidates appeared respectively. In
Rawalpindi, some 5336 candidates appeared in the test. The number of
candidates in Multan was 6549, Faisalabad 4170, Gujranwala 3387,
Bahawalpur 1986, Sargodha 1779 Sahiwal 2057, Gujrat 1500, D.G. Khan
1254, Rahimyar Khan 1235 and Hassan Abdal 489 candidates.
UHS Vice Chancellor Maj Gen (R) Prof Muhammad Aslam while visiting
different centres told the media persons that a scientific and
sophisticated method had been adopted to maintain the secrecy of
examination papers and whole process of the test. He made it clear once
again that admission in medical colleges would be purely on merit. UHS
has uploaded the answer keys to the question papers of different colour
codes on its website www.uhs.edu.pk. With the help of these keys,
candidates can calculate their scores themselves. The official result
will be announced in the first week of October. Some candidates,
including Sana, Amber and Hadia after the test expressed satisfaction on the arrangements made by UHS. They said the
test was not a difficult one and hoped to get through it easily. Some
parents also expressed reservation about the holding of the test, as the
same was not a tool to check one's abilities.
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Shortage of staff in 151 colleges of Punjab
Rawalpindi: The shortage of teaching staff in rural areas of Punjab is affecting the
studies of the students, as colleges in rural areas of Punjab lack
necessary staff, while the staff is surplus in colleges in the urban
areas and this surplus staff is reluctant to go to the rural areas to
Credible sources said here on Monday that in all 300 government colleges are functioning in Punjab
province. Out of the total number of colleges, presence of surplus staff
has been indicated in 149 educational institutions, while in the
remaining 151 colleges the staff is short which is affecting the
According to sources, list of surplus teachers,
teaching in these 149 colleges had been prepared and submitted to the
deputy secretary planning for their transfer to the colleges where they
are needed. The sources, however claimed that it is due to political
influence and pressure no positive action has been taken to post the
surplus teachers in those educational institutions where the ratio of
students is high and ratio of teaching staff is less. As a result, the
students in 151 government colleges are suffering badly to finish their
Similarly, the sources told that due to
introduction of STR Policy BSN Programme in 36 colleges, not only the
number of seats has been curtailed but several subjects have also been
finished in these educational institutions. However, teachers of these
subjects still serve in these colleges. Elaborating sources told that in
foreign countries like America and England, the degrees of Pakistani
students are not accepted who are asked to re-attain education of
bachelors and masters in their countries. In order to end this concept
and introduce the system of foreign countries, the government of Punjab
has initiated STR Policy BSN programme in 36 colleges of the province.
The students who do bachelors and masters through STR Policy BSN
Programme would hold the same education standard of America and England
and their precious years would not be wasted even there, the sources
When this correspondent approached several
students and teachers of Punjab government colleges, they said that
government officials were not enforcing policies in educational
colleges. They appealed to the Punjab Chief Minister, Mohammad Shahbaz
Sharif to take immediate notice of the matter and resolve this issue
particularly in the interest of the students who are facing problems in
getting education due to absence of teachers of different subjects in
When approached to seek comments on the
issue, Director Colleges, Dr Abdul Qayyum Bhatti, who is also holding
additional charge of Principal of Gordon College agreed that the problem
of non-implementation of ratio policy of teachers and students exists
in educational institutions of the province. He even agreed to the
claims of the sources that only because of political intervention this
policy has not been implemented. "The politicians stop the cases of
transfer of teachers to the remote areas where they are needed due to
higher ratio of students. The strength of teachers in big cities of
Punjab is higher as compared to the ratio of students. However, he
stated that the matter has been brought into the notice of education
secretary through an application moved by the education department of
Punjab and it is likely to be resolved in short period of one to two
months," Abdul Qayyum claimed.
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IJT flayed over threats to teachers
Lahore: Punjab University's Academic Staff Association (PUASA) on Saturday strongly
condemned what it termed sheer act of abuse and threats meted out to
senior teachers, including female faculty at University Law College
allegedly by Islami Jamiat Talaba (IJT) activists.
PUASA Press release stated that members of PU admission committee
consisted of senior teachers visited admission stall set up at
University Law College in the morning and removed IJT flags on which IJT
activists allegedly used vulgar language against female teachers.
IJT activists locked the main gate as well as inside gate of the
college and threatened the teachers that they would not let them go
The ASA called upon Chief Minister Shahbaz
Sharif to immediately take notice of the hooliganism of Islami Jamiat
Talaba and incidents of insult of teachers and order the officials
concerned to purge university from rogue elements.
in a statement Jamiat accused a group of teachers close to the Vice
Chancellor of "attacking" the IJT admission stall and using abusive
language against the students.
A PU teacher seeking
anonymity said it was unfortunate that Jamiat activists were setting up
admission stalls at the varsity despite the fact the administration did
not allow it and term the same illegal.
Had Islami Jamiat Talaba not set up the stall, there would have been no issue today at all, he added.
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PU faculty member honoured
Lahore: Punjab University Institute of Quality and Technology Management Assistant
Professor Dr Muhammad Usman Awan has won Higher Education Commission
(HEC) outstanding research award "Best Young Research Scholar Award" in
the category of Management Sciences.
According to a PU
spokesperson, the award is given to academics under 40 years of age who
have significant track record of impact factor publications, research
supervision, conferences participation, membership of editorial board of
top rated journals and other scholarly activities. The news
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