Affiliated Institutions at SSC & HSSC level Abroad
Affiliated Institutions at SSC & HSSC level Abroad
BCom Part-I results declared
Karachi, July 08: The University of Karachi (KU) on Wednesday announced the results of BCom Part-I (regular) annual examinations 2009. According to statistics, a total of 16,798 candidates were registered out of whom 16,356 appeared in the exams and 4,116 were declared successful with a pass percentage of 25. The examination department of the KU said that the results of 212 candidates had been withheld for want of registration. A total of 89 cases of unfair means were also reported during the exams, said a press release issued by the KU.
FBISE SSC Part-I result
Islamabad, July 08: Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) will announce the results of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) part-1 annual examinations – 2010 on Friday (July 9).
According to board sources the result of SSC Part-I annual examinations will be declared at 10:00 a.m. while special ceremony in this regard would be held at the board and special certificates would be awarded to the position holders.
The board has already declared the SSC Part-II result on June 29, 2010 The students can view their results at www.fbise.edu.pk and contact at telephone numbers 051-9250651, 051-9250651, 9250666 and 9250608 for further information. They can also know about results by sending a text message to a unified code 5050 in the format of FB(roll number).
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LAHORE: (Wednesday, July 07, 2010): Punjab University Examinations Department has announced the results of MPhil in Sociology, Semester System, Session 2002-2004, MPhil in Sociology, Semester System, Session 2004-2006, MPhil in Sociology, Semester System, Session 2006-2008, MPhil Microelectronic Engineering & Semiconductor Physics, Semester System, Session 2008-2010, BSc Computational Physics (2-years) Evening, Semester System, Session 2007-2009, BSc Computational Physics (2-years) Morning, Semester System, Session 2006-2008, BA/BSc Special Supplementary Examination 2008 and BA/BSc Special Annual Examination 2009 held at Riyadh KSA, and BSc Special Supplementary Examination 2009 held at Chicago USA.
Govt plans new service structure for teachers
Peshawar, July 07: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government is planning to adopt new service structure for schoolteachers in order to ensure their promotions.
“Once the new structure is introduced, the schoolteachers serving in different grades will be able to get promotion provided they have improved their qualifications,” said a senior official at the education department.
Various teachers’ organisations have lauded the decision, saying this would solve one of their longstanding demands. The new structure would greatly benefit the primary school teachers, who would be able to reach the PS 18 with improved qualification. They would also qualify to become headmasters of high schools, the official said.
Under the new structure, 50 percent quota CT teachers would be reserved for primary school teachers, while the remaining would be filled through direct appointment. Primary schoolteachers having five years experience and relevant qualifications would be promoted as CT teachers, the official added.
Moreover 20 percent quota of drawing master, physical education teacher, theology teacher and Arabic teacher would be reserved for the primary school teachers having the required qualification and experience.
The remaining 80 percent seats would be filled through direct recruitment, the official explained. In the present service structure, teachers of different cadres in BPS-9 including Certified Teacher (CT), drawing master physical education teacher, theology teacher and Arabic teacher are appointed directly.
Chartered in 1983, Aga Khan University is a private, autonomous university that promotes human welfare through research, teaching and community service. Based on the principles of quality, access, impact and relevance, the University has campuses and programmes in Afghanistan, East Africa, Egypt, Pakistan, Syria and the United Kingdom. Its facilities include teaching hospitals, Nursing Schools and a Medical College, Institutes for Educational Development, an Examination Board and an Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations. It occupies a pivotal place within Aga Khan Development Network.
AKU brings international expertise to bear upon the establishment and enhancement of its current and future programmes and services through ongoing partnerships with prestigious overseas institutions. Additionally, in line with its commitment to the advancement of the status and professional opportunities for women, the University seeks similar collaborations to strengthen women-oriented professions such as nursing and teaching.
AKU is a non-denominational institution open to all, irrespective of religion, ethnicity, gender or national origin. Forty-four per cent of the University’s faculty are women, many in senior posts. Fifty per cent of students in the Medical College are also women. The University’s admission policy is needs-blind and based on merit.
While the University sets its sights on the latest breakthroughs in health sciences and technology, as well as the application of well-proven and appropriate technologies that have been insufficiently applied in Pakistan, it also seeks to integrate systems of values, ethics and principles. In doing so, AKU is an important force for pluralism, teaching the skills of critical thinking, analysis and problem-solving, while inculcating moral reasoning, ethics and respect for others.
In its first two decades, AKU’s major focus was in the fields of health and education. In the decade ahead, the University plans to step beyond professional education towards becoming a comprehensive university.
Following the liberal arts model, a Faculty of Arts and Sciences will be established on a new campus in Karachi and East Africa. It will develop skills in critical thinking and analysis, raise proficiency in verbal and written communication, enhance human resource development in the region, and advance understanding in particular academic disciplines.
Another programme under consideration is an Institute of Human Development, which will be dedicated to advancing the understanding of the effects and conditions of early childhood on subsequent well-being and performance, and the application of this understanding to the development of interventions and evaluation to assess their potential efficacy and applicability.
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A Role Model for Health and Education in the Developing World
From the mandate of its Charter, to the reality of its people, programmes and sites, Aga Khan University is an international university. With campuses and programmes on three continents, AKU is a role model for academic, research and service programmes in health and education in the developing world.
AKU provides students access to international standard higher education based solely on merit, and their potential for leadership and motivation to excel. Its programmes and services are open to all, regardless of faith, creed, origin or gender. AKU conducts research of universal importance in health and education, and produces graduates who are uniquely prepared for the challenges that confront the 21st century. Of great importance is its focus on issues of and opportunities for women.
A part of the Aga Khan Development Network, AKU is a private, self-governing university, guided by an international Board of Trustees. Chartered in Pakistan in 1983, it now has 11 teaching sites spread over 8 countries – Afghanistan, Kenya, Pakistan, Tanzania, Uganda, Syria, Egypt and the United Kingdom. In its short history, it has become a valued and trusted partner of governments, universities and international agencies who share the University’s strong belief in the potential of human capital, ingenuity and enterprise to build communities and improve lives. It is establishing a growing reputation for the quality and innovation of its programmes, in its ability to undertake problem-based research, and in its role as an agent of change in the developing world.
The aim of the University is to develop the leaders of tomorrow. It draws upon the great traditions of Islam and other religions and cultures to teach critical thinking, problem solving and decision making, while inculcating moral reasoning, ethics and respect for others. It is a powerful force for pluralism that promotes intellectual openness, tolerance and increased understanding between people of different societies.
While proud of its achievements in fields of professional education, AKU realises there is much work to do, and has set a course for the future. At the beginning of the next decade, AKU will open a new Faculty of Arts and Sciences that will follow a liberal arts model at both undergraduate and graduate levels. It will encourage a new breed of leaders in government and business, equipped with 21st century skills and a global outlook to become strong and valued voices in modern society.
Welcome to Aga Khan University. A University dedicated to empowering people of the developing world to guide their own destinies, and to make their rightful contributions as members of a global community.
Aga Khan University (AKU) will be an autonomous, international institution of distinction, primarily serving the developing world and Muslim societies in innovative and enduring ways.
AKU is committed to the development of human capacities through the discovery and dissemination of knowledge, and application through service.
It seeks to prepare individuals for constructive and exemplary leadership roles, and shaping public and private policies, through strength in research and excellence in education, all dedicated to providing meaningful contributions to society.
To advance this mission, AKU will:
As an international institution, in achieving its mission, AKU operates on the core principles of quality, relevance, impact and access.
Inspired by Islamic ethics, humanistic ideals and the philosophy of AKDN, the University is committed to building an environment that fosters intellectual freedom, distinction in scholarship, pluralism, compassion, and humanity’s collective responsibility for a sustainable physical, social and cultural environment.
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Peshawar: College of Home Economics, University of Peshawar, will start intermediate classes from the upcoming session, principal of the college Ghazala Nizam said in a statement here Monday.
She said the college was one of the four institutes in the country devoted to the study of home economics for developing complete educational programmes to meet the challenges faced by the society.
The institution, she said, equipped young women with the specialized knowledge of subjects related to home economics. “The college has acquired a special significance in moulding the female generation to study a unique blend of both science and art subjects,” she said.
“The institute is launching a new programme in the evening shift for the academic classes of higher secondary educational level for the girl students in FSc pre-medical, pre-engineering and general science including computer science, statistics and economics,” she added. The principal said the existing syllabus of Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Peshawar would be followed. The news
Lahore: Punjab Education Minister Mujtaba Shujaur Rehman said that illiteracy and poverty are the root causes of terrorism, adding by providing non-formal and technical education to illiterate people, country can be saved from the danger of terrorism.
Addressing a capacity-building workshop organised by Literacy & Non Formal Basic Education (L&NFBE) Department with the collaboration of Japanese Development Agency JICA, he said Pakistan was a signatory to various international agreements to address the menace of illiteracy and to increase primary education, especially Education For All (EFA).
At present, there are about 40 million illiterates of different age groups in Punjab out of the population of 90.5 million, he said while claiming the Punjab government was fully aware of this issue and was taking revolutionary steps to address the problem of illiteracy.
Secretary Literacy Punjab Dr Allah Bakhsh Malik said the department has started to implement non-formal education programme and now hopefully the target of literacy campaign would be achieved.
He said that for the first time, EDOs (Literacy) have been sent to Bangladesh and Thailand to study the literacy programme of these countries. Project Advisor JICA Ms Chi Ho Ohashi also spoke on the occasion. The news
Lahore, : The Punjab University (PU) has increased admission and registration fee for off-campus students appearing in the varsity’s BA/BSc examinations. The registration fee has been increased from Rs 1,600 to Rs 1,850 while the admission fee reached from Rs 2,150 to Rs 2,450. Meanwhile, different student organisations, including the Islami Jamiat-e-Talaba (IJT) and the Insaf Students Federation (ISF), condemned the abrupt increase in the fees, terming it an anti-student and anti-education move and demanding of the university to withdraw the same. They warned that if the decision to increase the fees was not withdrawn, a protest campaign would be launched.