Monday, September 21, 2015

Position holder students vow to serve country

The position holder understudies of BA/BSC yearly examination on Friday pledged to serve the nation in the wake of securing advanced education.

The understudies communicated these perspectives in a prize dispersion function sorted out by Punjab University (PU) in which Punjab Minister for Education Rana Mashhood was the boss visitor. PU Vice Chancellor Dr Mujahid Kamran was additionally present on the event.

Ramla Tayyab, a private competitor who secured first position in BA exam by scoring 684 imprints out of 800, credited her guardians and instructors for her prosperity.

She candidly portrayed the narrative of how hard her dad attempted to teach her.

"My dad used to carry out two occupations at the same to gain enough cash to bring home the bacon and bear the cost of my instruction," she said.

"The administration must give auspicious grants to the meriting understudies to encourage them in getting instruction," said Ramla, who herself has done distinctive employments like sewing garments and instructing understudies to share the money related weight of her dad.

Conversing with Pakistan Today, Fasahat Fatima, an understudy of Punjab College of Science Faisalabad who got third position in BSC exam, said the examination framework needs change and whined that the invigilators amid the exams utilization brutal dialect with the competitors.

Fatima further said that a delicate transformation is coming in Pakistan and she'll participate in its advancement by seeking after PhD in Mathematics.

Fatima's point in life is to be a teacher of Mathematics.

Another applicant named Azhar Ali, who snatched second position in BA exams, told this recorder that he has an arrangement to take the Central Superior Services (CSS) exam in the wake of doing experts in English writing.

Ali, an understudy of private school in Shahdra region, guaranteed that his school has created various toppers in the past which roused him to buckle down. He asked for the government officials to avoid defilement and nepotism for the survival of the nation.

"Our present instruction framework needs a redesign and the articles on the life of Holy Prophet and Caliphs must be made piece of English obligatory course," said Ali.

Hafsa Ghulam Hassan, understudy of Government College for Women Kasur who took second position in BSC exams, discredited the deficiency of staff in her school and said that the administration must fill the empty seats in far-flung territories in the event that it truly needs to advance training.

"Numerous understudies in my general vicinity can't seek after advanced education simply as a result of absence of offices," Hafsa said while conversing with Pakistan Today.

Upwards of 121,658 hopefuls showed up in BA/BSc Annual Examination 2015 out of which 48,582 applicants passed the exams while the passing rate stayed 39.93.

Giving subtle elements of the outcome, Controller Examinations Professor Dr Shahid Munir said that out of 121,658 hopefuls, the aftereffect of just 20 competitors is late.

While tending to the service, Education Minister Rana Mashhood said that Pakistan's future is connected with training and the administration will establish framework stone of nation's first-ever Knowledge Park in February one year from now to advance innovative work.

Later, degrees, shields and money prizes of rupees one hundred thousand, 75,000 and 50,000 were independently appropriated among first, second and third position holders of BA/BSc.