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492 centers for BA/BSC examination

492 centers for BA/BSC examination

LAHORE – Punjab University Controller Examinations Prof Dr Liaqat Ali has said that the university has satisfactorily completed all the arrangements for holding the BA/BSc Annual Examination 2011 commencing from April 7, for which 492 examination centers have been set up.
He said that out of the 492 examination centers, 312 are for female candidates and 180 are for male candidates. Nine examination centers have been set up in the prisons for inmates. He said a total of 153,648

‘Punjab govt wants transparent examination system’

SIALKOT – Punjab Food Minister Abdul Ghafur said the provincial government was striving to ensure the transparent examination system across the province under the supervision of Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif. He said this while talking to the journalists after visiting a matriculation examination center in Daska.
Members provincial assembly (MPAs) Yahiya Gul Nawaz Ghuman, Rana Arif Iqbal Harnah and Jamil Ashraf Baryar, Gujranwala Division Board of Intermediate and

IN THE EXAMINATION HALL – ‘Corrupt’ invigilators appointed

LAHORE – There is a likelihood of malpractices and corruption in the annual matriculation examinations 2011 after the officials of the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Lahore and Lahore executive district officer (EDO)’s office clerks appointed six corrupt superintendents to examination centres, Pakistan Today learnt on Tuesday. BISE officials said that these six teachers had been found guilty of corruption in the past, but still board officials appointed them. The

Examination centres secure?

LAHORE – On directions of the deputy inspector general (DIG) operations, Lahore Police on Monday tightened security around various Matriculation examination centres. According to details, the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Lahore has established 359 examination centers in various areas of the provincial capital. As the exams have started, the Lahore Police have to provide security to students appearing in the examinations and teachers who are giving duties at

Missing evidence, lack of chemical examination mar Taseer murder investigation

LAHORE – There is more to slain Punjab governor Salmaan Taseer’s assassination than his assassin Malik Mumtaz Qadri: key pieces of evidence have either been overlooked or have gone missing, Pakistan Today has learnt. Moreover, while the investigation team insists otherwise, the prosecution and the defence have verified that a chemical examination has not been conducted.
“A chemical examination was essential, especially in a case as high profile as this,” a senior Punjab Police

Bombed school’s student tops ETEA examination

TIMERGARA – A student from a terrorism-hit school at Sangolai Maidan got first position in district Dir Lower in Educational Testing and Evaluation Agency’s (ETEA) examination this year. The high ranking officials in the education department told Pakistan Today on Saturday that Abul Hasanat, a student of the Government High School Sangolai Maidan, got 70 percent marks this year in ETEA test and stood first in Dir Lower. The student belongs to a lower class family that can not afford

EDO raids examination centres, replaces examiners

LAHORE – Lahore Education Executive District Officer (EDO) Pervez Akhter replaced two examiners; a female superintendent and an invigilator, from grade eight’s examination center located at Samanabad Government Higher Secondary School on Wednesday, during his surprise visit to various schools.
He said overall exams arrangements were satisfying and he only took action where it was needed. These exams of Punjab Examination Commission (PEC) are supervised by district governments,

LHC allows 91 nurses to appear in examination

LAHORE – Lahore High Court (LHC) Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed on Monday ordered the University of Health Sciences (UHS) to allow 91 nursing students of the Saeeda Waheed FMH Nursing College to appear in examinations starting from today (Tuesday). The judge passed the order on petition of Saeeda Waheed FMH Nursing College, filed through Training Programme Director Mrs Irshad Javed, submitting that the UHS had unlawfully denied permission to more than 30 nursing students to sit in

Failed PU students protest against examination system

LAHORE – A handful of failed PU Law College students held a protest on Thursday demanding that aggregate passing marks be decreased from existing 45 percent to 40 percent in addition to introduction of carry-on system in the LLB examinations.
PU Law College Incharge Samee Uzair Khan said that protester’s demands fall within ambit of the Board of Studies in Law and the board had rejected both demands in its previous meeting terming them detrimental to standards of legal

Agha Khan University Examination Board introduce new syllabus

Agha Khan University Examination Board (AKUEB) is introducing a new teaching syllabus for Class VIII in order to ease the transition from middle to secondary and higher secondary school. This initiative will develop a new teaching syllabus for English, Urdu, Mathematics, General Science and Social Studies.
As students have to switch from a rote learning regime to an active learning approach in grade eight, AKUEB has decided to develop a course of study which promotes active