Boys outsmart girls in HSSC Part-II exams
Rawalpindi, Sep 13: Boys of Punjab College of Information Technology, Satellite Town outsmarted girls in the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) Part II Examination of Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary (RBISE) held in May 2014.
Punjab Minister for Labour and Manpower, Raja Ashfaq Sarwar was the chief guest on the occasion of declaration of result held at Government Viqar Un Nisa Girls College, Rawalpindi was also attended by Board officials, parliamentarians, educationists, students and parents.
According to the result, students both boys and girls belonging to Punjab College of Information Technology, Satellite Town, Rawalpindi bagged top positions in Pre Medical, Pre Engineering, Science, Commerce and Humanities Groups. Result of this institution remained 100 per cent in all five groups.
Belonging to this institution, Muhammad Nashit Khurshid (Roll No 746623) of Pre Medical Group bagged overall 1st position among both boys and girls by securing 1024 marks.
The second overall position was also bagged by Talha Shakeel, (Roll No746956) of the same institution by getting 1014 marks.
The third overall position was secured by Rida Nawaz, (Roll No 710400) who also belonged to Punjab College of Information Technology for Girls (PCIT), Satellite Town, Rawalpindi in the Pre Medical Group. She secured 1010 marks.
Similarly, the third position among boys in Pre Medical Group was secured by Imran Shakeel brother of Talha Shakeel of the PCIT, Satellite Town, Rawalpindi. He got 994 marks with (Roll No.746830).
Among girls in Pre Medical Group, Sana Fatima Raja, (Roll No.758788) followed Rida Nawaz and Zoeya Fiaz, (Roll No 734280) of PCIT, Satellite Town, Rawalpindi equally shared second position by obtaining 999 marks. Whereas, Zainab Bibi, (Roll No 713060) of Government College for Women, Chakwal got 998 marks to remain 3rd in this group.
Among Boys in Pre-Engineering Group, Nauman Zia, (Roll No 749102) of PCIT, Satellite Town, Rawalpindi remained first by getting 992 marks. He was followed by Farhan Hussain, (Roll No 717381) of Kallar Kahar Science College for Boys, Kallar Kahar, who got 991 marks to secure second position. While Umar Javed, (Roll No 716730) of Wings Computer and Commerce College, Chakwal got 990 marks to remain third in this group.
In Pre-Engineering Group for Girls, Rabia Fazaldad, (Roll No 734252) of PCIT, Satellite Town, Rawalpindi topped the group by achieving 986 marks. She was followed by Syeda Myra Shahid, (Roll No 734266) of PCIT, Satellite Town, Rawalpindi. She got 983 marks. She got second position. The third position was bagged by Sana Tariq, (Roll No 734260) belonging to the same institution. She got 982 marks.
In Science General Group for Girls, Marium Khalil, (Roll No 734344) of PCIT, Satellite Town, Rawalpindi got 979 marks to grab first position. Sidra Babar, (Roll No 733718) of PCIT, Rawalpindi obtained 975 marks to achieve second position and Izza Aza, of PCIT, Rawalpindi remained third position by securing 962 marks.
In Science General Group for Boys, Syed Ahmad ur Rahman, (Roll No 744171) of PCIT obtained first position by securing 931 marks. Muhammad Sohail, (Roll No 715993) of Government College Talagang, Chakwal got 927 marks to get second position while Hafiz Moeen Akhtar, (Roll No 723219) of Military College Jhelum, Sarai Alamgir achieved 907 marks by remaining third in this group.
Punjab Minister for Labour and Manpower, Ashfaq Sarwar after announcement of result awarded medals, shields and certificates among the top position holders in all five groups. Speaking on the occasion, he congratulated the position holders for getting top positions in the board examination due to their hard work and dedication. He was all praise for the teachers of Punjab College for Information Technology, Satellite Town, Rawalpindi both boys and girls for dedicating all their efforts in teaching their students with dedication who achieved outstanding results and top positions in the examination. The news
FBISE SSC-I supplementary exams from 23rd
Islamabad: The Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Supplementary Examinations 2014 of the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) would be held from September 23. According to Controller of Examinations Qasim Ali Kazmi, the roll number slips of regular candidates of SSC (Part-I) have already been dispatched to their institutions. While the slips of private candidates have been sent on their addresses given by them in their admission forms. In case the roll no slip is not received by any candidate, he/she should immediately contact the Controller of Examination (Conduct) at 051-9250606; Director One Window 051-9250612;Deputy Controller of Examinations (SSC Conduct) 051-9250620 and Superintendent (SSC Conduct) 051-9250666 Ext 121. Daily times
NTS test last chance for teachers, says Khuhro
Karachi: The Sindh government has decided to afford "one final chance" to the nearly 13,000 public education staffers demanding regularisation and accrued wages, in the form of an aptitude and eligibility test to be conducted under the National Testing Service (NTS) within a month's time.
Sindh Senior Education Minister Nisar Ahmed Khuhro reiterated the offer – which, a day earlier, had been rejected by the teachers' action committee and led to a violent confrontation at their sit-in near Bilawal House – at a press briefing at his office on Friday.
"The government has firmly decided that all teaching and non-teaching staff for govt-run schools of Sindh would only be recruited after a compulsory NTC-conducted aptitude and eligibility test," said the minister.
"All these illegally hired people now have a final chance to prove their eligibility for the posts by clearing the test. If they choose not to appear for the test, they stand to lose their only shot at regularisation."
Khuhro asserted that officials of the present set up were in no mood to recognise and accept "bogus recruitments" made in sheer violation of recruitment criterion over two years ago.
He said that certain previous officials of the education department had systematically exploited the system, citing the hiring of around 400 Bengali-speaking and 200 people from Gilgit against vacancies for Sindhi language teachers as an example of the extent of mismanagement.
"Twelve education officials involved in the recruitment scam have been suspended and, despite the stay orders they have acquired in their favour, we are making all efforts to ensure strict disciplinary action is taken against them," said the minister. He added that a number of the protesting teachers had also approached the courts, but their cases were still pending.
Regarding the police action against and detention of teachers protesting near Bilawal House, Khuhro said he had approached the protesters for talks but they had ignored his proposal and marched towards the former president's residence. "The police acted under its administrative power to maintain law and order. The education department had nothing to do with the police action against the protesting teachers," the minister clarified. The newsYour Comments