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Medical entrance test on August 31
Rawalpindi, Aug 28: Medical entrance test for admission to medical and dental institutions will be held here on August 31.

A meeting to review arrangements for the entrance test was held at district coordination officer (DCO) office here on Tuesday. The meeting was presided over by ADC (G) Imran Qureshi and attended by Sr. Administrator Officer Aqil Ahmed Khan, City Traffic Officer (CTO) Shoaib Khurram, Secretary Regional Transport Authority (RTA) Awais Tarar, Executive District Officer (EDO) Health Zafar Iqbal Gondal, Director Colleges Humayun Iqbal, Resident Director Rawalpindi Arts Council Waqar Ahmed, EDO Education Qazi Zahoor ul Haq and other officers concerned.

The meeting reviewed traffic security parking and other arrangements for about 6,500 candidates who will appear in entry tests. The ADC (G) said Section 144 will be imposed around the examination centers and candidates will not be allowed to bring any print material bags and cell phones with them in examination centers. He said police will be deployed to ensure security of the candidates and walk through gates will be placed at all centers.

He said smooth traffic flow will be ensured and special parking areas will be made near all examination centers to facilitate the candidates.

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RMS students excel in Cambridge examination
Islamabad: Students of the Roots College International (RCI), Millennium Campus, Sector I-9/3, have secured more than 700 Straight As and 2,546 As in the Cambridge International Examination (CIE), says a press release issued here on Friday.

The CIE result has yet again demonstrated that the RCI, I-9/3, is the leading school which offers paths and gateways to the students seeking opportunities to excel in academics.

The details of the performance of Millennials in Cambridge International Examination AS & A Level Result 2014:

Moeez Rehan and Mustafa Aziz have secured Straight 6 As. Usama Nadeem and Aashir Shahid have obtained Straight 5 As. Usama Bin Shafqat, Ali Amin, Fatima Jalil Qureshi, Asad Ali, Hassan Bin Mazhar, Abdullah Nasir, Salman Mujtaba, Umar Tariq secured Straight 4 As.

In CIE, IGCSE & O Level Result 2014, Taimoor Nasir, Najah Zari Aamir, Zeeshan Shahid and Salman Haider have all bagged 9 Straight As. Abdul Moiz Aftab, Fatima Abid, Talha Naveed, Faizan Ahmed Arif and Jamal Ahmed secured with 8 Straight As and their classmates have all set out with a row of Straight As.

RMS CEO Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq, TI, congratulated the students of Roots Millennium Schools for their consistent hard work.

The RMS students are being admitted into the world's prestigious universities such as King's College, London, WPI, Oxford, Harvard, Boston University, Drexel University, UCLA, Cardiff University and many others.

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Schools and colleges to reopen on September 1
Islamabad: The Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) has extended summer holidays of the students of the capital's government educational institutions for another week.

Now, the schools and colleges, which were slated to reopen on August 25, will resume classes on September 1.

The reason is that the shipping containers placed across the city to restrict the movement of PTI and PAT activists towards Parliament House, where the two parties have staged anti-government sit-ins for many days, continue to be there.

"There are two major reasons for delaying the reopening of schools. The first is that children will struggle to reach schools due to blockades, while the second is that many schools are occupied by police and rangers personnel called in from different parts of the country to handle the situation caused by sit-ins," a relevant official said.

According to him, there are around 520 government schools and colleges in Islamabad and almost 55 of them are being used to accommodate personnel of law-enforcement agencies and paramilitary forces. He said after security personnel left, educational institutions would need some time to ready the premises for resumption of classes.

Originally, schools and colleges were scheduled to reopen on August 11 after two months long summer vacation. However, the vacation was extended for one week until August 18 in light of the anti-government sit-ins in the federal capital.

The FDE delayed the reopening of schools and colleges yet again until August 25 in view of the presence of shipping containers across the city.

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52.76% pass Federal Board HSSC-I exam
Islamabad: Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) Monday morning announced the result of Higher Secondary School Certificate Part-I Annual Examination 2014.

According to the result announced by Controller of Examinations Aslam Gul, out of 51,883 regular candidates who appeared in the examination about 27,375 cleared the examination, showing pass percentage of 52.76.

Only 357 ex/private candidates managed to pass the examination out of total 2,603 who appeared in the examination, showing a dismal pass percentage of 13.71.

The overall pass percentage of both regular and private candidates remained 50.90 per cent.

The result is available on the FBISE's website ( The result can also be obtained through SMS at the unified code 5050.

According to the Controller of Examinations, the candidates who failed could reappear in the failed subjects in the next examination, if otherwise eligible. Moreover, all those candidates desirous of improving their grades-marks could do so by reappearing in up to two papers-subjects of their choice of entire examination in current course within a period of one year from the time of announcement of result.

The result cards of regular candidates would be dispatched to the heads of their respective institutions and the ex/private candidates within country on the addresses given by them in their admission forms, while of overseas candidates to head of institutions from where they appeared. The news

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