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Punjab University declared the results of a number of examinations
Lahore, Jan 05: The exams of the which results have been declared are: LLB, Part-II, Annual Examination 2008, MA Education (Secondary), Semester System, Session 2007-2008 Annual, MA Education (Elementary), Self-Supporting, Semester System, Session 2006-2008 Annual, MA Education (Semester System), Session 2007-2008 Annual, MA Education (Elementary), Semester System, Session 2006-2008 Annual, MA Education (Early Childhood), Semester System, Session 2006-2008 Annual, MA Special Education (Evening Programme), Session 2006-2008 Annual, MA Special Education (Afternoon Programme), Session 2006-2008 Annual, MA History (Semester System), Session 2005-2007, BSc (Hons) Mycology and Plant Pathology (4-years programme), Morning (Semester System), Session 2004/5-2008, BSc (Hons) Mycology and Plant Pathology (4-years programme), Morning (Semester System), Session 2004-2008, MSc (Hons) Mycology and Plant Pathology (4-years programme), Morning (Semester System), Session 2004-2008, MSc Environmental Sciences (Self-Supporting), Semester System, Session 2003-2005, MPhil Communication Studies (Research Track), Semester System, Session 2006-2008, MSc Physical Education (Self-Supporting), Semester System, Session 2005-2007 and MSc Physical Education (Morning), Semester System, Session 2005-2007. According to a press release, detailed results are also available at the PU website www.pu.edu.pk. The News

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HEC formed body for business disciplines
Islamabad: The Higher Education Commission has constituted a representative body to institute prompt coordination mechanism between business institutes of the country for effective improvement the education standards and ensuring quality of education in business and related disciplines.

The decision was taken at a special sitting of Business Education Accreditation Council (BEAC) of the Higher Education Commission (HEC) which was chaired by Prof. Dr. Mukhtar Ahmad, Chairman BEAC.

The meeting of the council developed a framework of accreditation process for standardizing the business education and strengthening the quality assurance processes. The meeting also reviewed a number of important issues including design of accreditation processes, accreditation fee structure and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).

A broad-based Representative Committee was constituted under the Chairmanship of Prof. Dr. Muhammad Ehsan Malik, Director, IBA, University of Punjab, Lahore, to design and develop the procedures, guidelines and framework for accreditation council and present it through the platform of AMDIP (Association of Management Development Institutions in Pakistan) which is a representative of Association of Management Development Institutions in South Asia (AMDISA) in Pakistan for the approval of the Board.

Prof. Dr. Mukhtar Ahmed emphasized the need for instituting a prompt coordination mechanism between business institutes of the country for effectively working for improving the quality of education in business and related disciplines.

Experiences of some national and international practices were shared amongst the participants so that the Councils may streamline their processes.

The financial needs and resources of the Council, establishment of Council's Secretariat and recruitment of essential Staff for the council were also deliberated upon by the members we also discussed in the meeting.

The BEAC resolved to continue its efforts for improving quality and business education accreditation processes amongst all the public-private sector institutions of Pakistan. The academicians and experts of the business education disciplines shared their academic experiences. The Nation

Spelling Bee: six schools qualify for knockout
Islamabad: Sixty-six schools went head-to-head as the 5th Dawn in Education Spelling Bee commenced at the Islamabad Club Auditorium here Wednesday morning.

The competition that has gained much popularity drew participants from as far-off places as Hayatabad, Kharian, Kohat, Muzzafarrabad, Taxila and Mirpur among others.

On the opening day, the competition kicked off between children in the 9-11 age group. Surviving intense moments in 16 rounds, six schools knocked out 56 different educational institutions represented by nearly 170 students.

The competition grew tougher, and at times easier, as youngsters wrestled with words like "Assimilate", "Unfamiliar", "Demarcate", "Splurge", "Scrutinize" and "Incapacitate", besides many others like "Cantankerous", "Blithe", "Amorphous", "Flabbergasted" and "Abyssal".

Among the winners were Preparatory School Islamabad, Froebels International School Rawalpindi, Beaconhouse School System F-11/4, Westminster School and College Junior, Presentation Convent School and Siddique Public School for Boys.

Amidst support from vigilant teachers and parents, the students from the six winning schools had qualified for the elimination round that would be held Thursday.

Organised by the Dawn Media Group in collaborations with Djuice Telenor Pakistan, the competition for second age group comprising children between the ages of 12 and 14 will begin on Thursday afternoon and conclude the next day. The final contest for 15-17 age group will take place on Saturday. Dawn

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Teachers stage rally against Punjab government for acceptance of demands
Rawalpindi: The Punjab Teachers Union (PTU) here on Wednesday staged a protest demonstration against Punjab government for not paying teaching allowance approved in budget of 2008-09 by the federal government.

The protest rally started from the office of EDO, Rawalpindi, Committee Chowk, and turned into a demonstration in front of Jang building where PTU leaders addressed the protesting teachers.

The participants of the procession, led by PTU president Dr Chaudhry Saghir Alam, raised slogans against the Punjab government.

The president in his address said that the teachers would stage a protest outside the office of Commissioner Rawalpindi Division in March.

He said that the teachers working in Punjab government schools would also arrange protest demonstrations in different parts of Rawalpindi. The PTU president also said that he would present a memorandum to the commissioner.

He said that the government should meet their demands respecting the verdict of the court. He appealed to the government to appoint government officials in education departments on merit instead of on political intervention. The monitoring system enforced by the government should be abolished, he stressed.

He said that the education sector should be handed over from district government to the provincial government.

He said that the teachers providing religious education to the students like Qaris should be provided facilities equal to the other senior teachers. The intervention of NGOs in educational institutions should be checked and banned, he added.

The president also said that the teachers of the municipal schools should be given equal facilities as enjoyed by teachers of the provincial schools.

He further said that increase in the amount of welfare funds be enhanced and the system of numbers attained for awarding scholarships to the students should be continued. The dearness allowance provided to the teachers should be merged in the salaries of the teachers, he demanded. The News

Alleged blasphemer goes missing following accusation
Lahore: Ahsan Tahami, librarian of Quaid-e-Azam Library, who was allegedly involved in a blasphemy case, has fled from his house along with his family while the administration continues to display posters to search for him, it was learnt.

The complainant, chief librarian Muhammad Taj, who accused Ahsan of blasphemy, has refused to brief media about the incident.

According to the FIR No 163/09 registered under Section 295-C of the Pakistan Penal Code, Taj has accused Tahami of uttering blasphemous remarks against the Holy Prophet (PBUH). According to Taj, nine other staff members were eyewitnesses of the incident.

The whereabouts of the accused are not known, as his house in Johar Town has been locked since the day of the incident. The library staff has displayed placards and notices, bearing Tahami's pictures and comments against him. His neighbours said the police raided his house on Tuesday to arrest him, but found him missing.

Muhammad Saeed, an employee of the library, said Tahami used abusive language for the Holy Prophet (PBUH).

Posters: The library administration has displayed posters of Tahami with the title of 'Committer of Blasphemy in the excellency of the Holy Prophet (PBUH)'. Toheed, a student, said this was a sensitive issue, which should be decided by the court. He said only the court could decide wether he committed blasphemy or not, and it was unfair to hold charges against him without proper proof. Daily Times

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