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9th class result
Lahore, Aug 28: Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Lahore on Thursday declared the result of Secondary School (Class 9) Annual Examination 2014 according to which the overall pass percentage remained 38.10 per cent.

As many as 240,306 candidates had appeared in the examination out of which 91,558 students passed the exam. In both Science and Art Groups the percentage of girls who passed the examination remained higher than the boys.

Doctor of pharmacy results: Punjab University Examinations Department has announced the result of Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm-D) First Professional, 2nd Annual Examination 2013.

Meanwhile the PU Examination Department has also issued date-sheet for BS (4 Years Programme) 7th Semester Examination 2014. The details are available at Punjab University website

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PBTE results
Lahore: Punjab Board of Technical Education (PBTE) announced the results of matric tech and matric vocational annual examinations 2014 on Monday.

As many as 938 candidates appeared in the matric tech exam out of which only 278 were declared pass and the pass percentage remained as 29.64 percent.

About 594 candidates appeared in the matric vocational exam out of which 367 were declared pass and the pass percentage remained as 61.78 percent. Detailed results are available on the board's website

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UVAS increases scholarship amount
Lahore: The fourth meeting of Board of Trustees of Endowment Fund of the University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) was held on Monday which discussed various options and initiatives to increase endowment funds.

The UVAS Vice Chancellor, Prof Dr Talat Naseer Pasha, presided over the meeting who briefed the board members on various initiatives taken by the university to generate more funds for endowment fund. The Board of Trustees also formed an executive committee of endowment fund and nominated two Board of Trustee members Agha Saiddain and Khawaja Tanawwur Ali Hyder Ali as members of the executive committee.

On the occasion, Endowment Fund Board of Trustee member Sardar Muhammad Yasin Malik announced Rs 2.5 million donation for scholarships to be provided to the needy students of the UVAS on merit.

The VC speaking on the occasion said the university has increased the scholarships amount from Rs 18.8 million in 2012-13 to Rs 28 million in 2013-14 for the needy students. He told the meeting that the university is providing free education to 35 students of Balochistan and spent Rs 10.88 million on their fee exemption.

Prof Pasha said the university was equally focusing on field-oriented research besides imparting quality education. He said currently over Rs 606 million research projects were being executed by the faculty members they have won from the national and international donor agencies on competitive basis. He also briefed the meeting on various academic, extension and civic engagement activities of the university.

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LCWU admission
Lahore: Admission to graduate and postgraduate programmes has started at the Lahore College for Women University (LCWU).

According to a Lahore College for Women University spokesperson prospectus for 41 BS, 27 MS/ MPhil and 16 PhD disciplines will be available at the varsity from Aug 25.

Admission forms and prospectus are also available at the university's website, The news

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UHS starts developing new MBBS curriculum
Lahore: The University of Health Sciences (UHS) has started developing an integrated curriculum for medical colleges in order to provide students with a patient-centered and disease-focused medical education.

The UHS spokesperson said on Thursday that the varsity had constituted 15 committees of subject specialists, headed by senior academicians, to develop the curriculum for MBBS classes in which the formal classroom knowledge would be integrated with clinical experience. A three-day training workshop organised by the UHS Department of Medical Education for members of these committees also opened on Thursday. Prof Dr Alam Sher Malik, dean of Quest International University, Perak, Malaysia, is facilitating the workshop.

UHS Pro-Vice Chancellor Dr Junaid S Khan said that the development of integrated curriculum was only the first step towards meeting the World Federation for Medical Education standards for accreditation of the MBBS programme. Daily times

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Agri university faces shortage of classrooms
Multan: Muhammad Nawaz Sharif Agriculture University, the southern Punjab's only agriculture university, is facing shortage of classrooms besides depending on the Agriculture Department to get its workshops due to lack of university's infrastructure and labs.

Sources said the university was established in borrowed rooms and laboratories on Old Shujabad Road. The Punjab Agriculture Extension Department has promised providing space for classrooms. The Punjab Agriculture Mechanization Directorate has offered providing workshops for students. The Mango Research Institute has offered services of three mango research laboratories. Interestingly, classrooms, workshops and laboratories are located at different locations and distance. The Punjab Agriculture Department has offered training hall to the varsity students using the hall as a lecture theatre, which is located at long distance. Multan Cotton Research Station has promised to provide a classroom. The news

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