Monday, August 31, 2015

47,559 take medical colleges entrance test

LAHORE, SOME 47,559 hopefuls (31,149 female and 16,410 male) showed up in therapeutic and dental schools' passageway test for the Punjab which was led by the University of Health Sciences (UHS) Lahore, at the same time in 13 urban communities of the territory, in the midst of tight security, on Sunday. A year ago, 45,156 hopefuls showed up in the test.

The test, began at 0900 hrs, at 34 focuses set up in Lahore, Sargodha, Sahiwal, Gujrat, Gujranwala, Faisalabad, Bahawalpur, Multan, DG Khan, Rahimyar Khan, Rawalpindi, Sialkot and Hasan Abdal. Applicants began coming to their focuses as ahead of schedule as 6 o'clock in the morning. More than 3,700 invigilators and supervisory staff performed obligations at 34 focuses.

Countless work force were sent at the focuses to keep any disturbance. Ambulances and flame detachments were additionally made accessible at the focuses to counter any untoward occurrence. Additionally, close circuit TV (CCTV) cameras, cell telephone jammers and stroll through entryways were introduced at all the focuses. There were fitting courses of action for the impaired understudies, stopping and sitting tight region offices for the folks of the hopefuls. Move down force generators were likewise given at the vast majority of the focuses. The competitors and folks communicated their fulfillment on the course of action made by UHS and the commonplace government. Folks were seen discussing Holy Quran for the achievement of their kids. No untoward occurrence was accounted for over the span of the test.

In Lahore, Secretary LG&CD, Khalid Masood Chaudhry, Secretary MPDD, Nadeem Irshad Kiyani, Secretary Higher Education, Irfan Ali, Secretary Women Development, Amna Imam, CEO Punjab Examination Commission, Nasir Iqbal Malik, District Coordination Officer Capt (R) Muhammad Usman and other senior authorities checked the plans for a sum of 9,574 female and 4,830 male competitors who showed up in the test at the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education examination lobbies at Lawrence Road, Punjab University examination corridors at Wahdat Road, Government Comprehensive Girls High School, Government Central Model School Lower Mall, University of Education, Township and Lahore College for Women University, Jail Road. Extra Chief Secretary Punjab Syed Mubashar Raza and Secretary Health Jawad Rafique Malik went by different focuses and observed the plans.

In Rawalpindi, 5,780 competitors showed up in the test. The quantity of competitors in Multan was 6,783, Faisalabad 4,757, Gujranwala 2,729, Bahawalpur 2,178, Sargodha 1,821 Sahiwal 2,434, Gujrat 1,439, DG Khan 1,611, Rahimyar Khan 1,434, Hasan Abdal 624 and in Sialkot 1,565 hopefuls showed up in the test. Conversing with media on this event, UHS Vice-Chancellor Maj Gen (R) Prof Muhammad Aslam said that medication and dentistry draw in the most splendid understudies consistently and these understudies request a framework that is properly examining, powerful and reasonable.

"UHS has attempted to make the procedure organized and straightforward which is frequently surveyed to guarantee that just suitable and fit hopefuls are conceded", he said, including that UHS trusted that all applicants ought to have an equivalent chance to demonstrate their suitability for the MBBS and BDS programs.

Prof Aslam said that passage to the restorative and dental calling was taking into account the standards of legitimacy, equity, value and straightforwardness.

In the mean time, the UHS transferred the answer keys to the inquiry papers of distinctive shading codes on its site www.uhs.edu.pk. With the assistance of these keys, competitors can figure their scores themselves. The official result will be reported inside of 10 days.

In the following stage, those competitors who will score 82 percent or above total imprints as per the equation of Pakistan Medical and Dental Council will be qualified to apply on open legitimacy premise and will pick the schools of their decision by submitting confirmation frames from October 01 to October 10. These structures, alongside the outline, will be accessible free-of-expense from UHS, Lahore, Nishtar Medical College, Multan, and Rawalpindi Medical College, Rawalpindi, amid the said dates. The main determination list for therapeutic schools will be shown on October 30.

There are 3,405 MBBS seats in 17 open segment restorative universities and 216 BDS seats in three open dental schools of the Punjab. Also, there are 3,450 MBBS and 855 BDS seats in 27 private segment therapeutic universities and 13 dental schools of the region separately.

Punjab HEC to set up training academy for universities, colleges in Rawalpindi

Islamabad, The Punjab Higher Education Commission (PHEC) arrangements to set up third preparing institute for northern Punjab colleges and schools in Rawalpindi.

This data was shared by Punjab Minister for School and Higher Education and Youth Affairs Rana Mashood Ahmed Khan while associating with the employees of Balochistan colleges amid Professional Development Workshop.

The Punjab HEC has effectively settled two preparation foundations in Lahore and Multan.

The workshop was sorted out by the Inter-University Consortium for Promotion of Social Sciences (IUCPSS) in backing with National Testing Service (NTS) Pakistan and Government of Balochistan at the Faculty Development Academy of Comsats Institute of Information Technology (CIIT). The workshop has been solely intended for 22 employees from advanced education establishments of Balochistan.

The pastor energized the young of Balochistan to get advanced education from driving colleges of Punjab. He pushed on the requirement for advancement of agreement in the public arena through advanced education.

"The young of Balochistan are extremely skilled, centered and nationalist. It is our aggregate obligation to embrace aggregate endeavors to furnish them with cutting edge information and methods," he said.

Punjab Higher Education Commission Chairman Professor Dr. Muhammad Nizamuddin, Rector CIIT (Islamabad) Dr. S M Junaid Zaidi, Chief Executive Officer NTS Pakistan Dr. Haroon Rashid and Director Faculty Development Academy S M Junaid were available on the event.

Rana Mashood Ahmed Khan valued the Inter-University Consortium, CIIT, Government of Balochistan and particularly NTS for presenting viable and trustworthy testing and appraisal framework and supporting helpful activities going for expert advancement of college personnel from far-flung regions of the nation.

While valuing the commitment CIIT, he expressed that the organization has attempted various helpful activities for disguise of advanced education in Pakistan through remote coordinated efforts and joint scholastic projects with driving outside colleges.

He said that the Punjab government is continually living up to expectations nearly with Balochistan government in school and advanced education part and particularly promising the young of Balochistan for higher studies in driving colleges of Punjab.

He said that understanding the significance of advanced education and learning economy, the Government of Punjab has officially settled Punjab Higher Education Commission which has been ordered to provide food the developing needs of the territory in advanced education area and bringing the common advanced education foundations at standard with worldwide standard. With extraordinary spotlight on expert advancement of colleges, universities' workforce and staff, he said that the Punjab HEC has effectively settled two preparation foundations.

"Profiting the experience and ability of Comsats Institute of Information Technology in expert improvement of college personnel and staff, another preparing foundation will be built up in Rawalpindi," the pastor commented.

The training clergyman likewise saw a MOU marking service between Punjab HEC and CIIT Islamabad. He promised to keep undertaking community oriented endeavors with the CIIT for advancement of advanced education and safeguarding of social legacy of Punjab.

Sunday, August 30, 2015

Baleegh informs USAID team of education projects

AHMEDPUR EAST, A USAID group drove by its Director Education Natasha approached Minister of State for Education Balighur Rehman at his office where the pastor educated the formers around a few activities being embraced by the administration to enhance the training part.

These ventures incorporate setting up of National Curriculum Council, amendment of National Education Policy 2009 and foundation of job and specialized preparing schools and so forth all through the nation, he said. He additionally discussed Academy of Educational Planning and Management which is chipping away at the early youth training and improvement.

"I need to see the establishment as the best one of the nation to make mindfulness about the significance of right on time youth training," expressed the priest. AEPAM would be instructing the masses about when if they send their youngsters to schools and what is the base level of training that should be achieved by a kid, he said. In addition, AEPAM would likewise be chipping away at the improvement of ECED educational program, he included.

The executive instruction appreciated the endeavors of the administration in regards to the training area and demonstrated a distinct fascination in working with it to enhance the instruction benchmarks in Pakistan. She told the state serve that USAID was all that much energetic to take an interest in the up and coming sixth Inter Provincial Education Ministers' Conference which is to be held one week from now in Islamabad. She said, "It will be an awesome open door and an honor for us to present at a stage where we won't simply have the capacity to interface with every one of the areas however would likewise have the capacity to evaluate the present situation of the instruction division in the nation," she said.

She said thanks to the state pastor for the neighborliness and requiring some serious energy out of his occupied timetable. The meeting was additionally gone to by the secretary training.

Saturday, August 29, 2015

Technical education board now CM’s domain

Karachi, The common get together consistently passed a law on Friday that exchanges the controlling power of the commonplace specialized training board from the senator to the boss priest.

The controlling power of the sheets of halfway and auxiliary training in the area's open division has as of now been exchanged from the senator to boss priest as per the devolution of official forces (of subjects prior on the simultaneous authoritative rundown) from Center to the territories under eighteenth Constitutional Amendment.

The section of the Sindh Board of Technical Education (Amendment) Bill, 2015 was bolstered by the officials of decision Pakistan People's Party and additionally those having a place with restriction parties in the House including the Muttahida Qaumi Movement, the Pakistan Muslim League-Functional, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz and the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf.

The bill was moved by parliamentary undertakings pastor Dr Sikandar Mandhro.

Three different bills were likewise presented in the House by the administration - the Sindh Zakat and Ushr (Amendment) Bill, 2015; the Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Medical University Larkana (Amendment) Bill, 2015; and the Malir University of Science and Technology Karachi Bill, 2015.

Speaker Agha Siraj Khan Durrani reported that the representative had given his consent to nine bills prior went by the House.

They incorporate the Sindh Service Tribunals (Second Amendment) Bill, 2015; the Sindh

Security of Vulnerable Establishments Bill, 2015; the Sindh Service Tribunals (Third Amendment) Bill, 2015, the Sindh Service Tribunals (Fourth Amendment) Bill, 2015; the Jinnah Sindh Medical University (Amendment) Bill, 2015; the Sindh Workers Welfare Fund Bill, 2014; the Indus University of Health Sciences Bill, 2015; the AO Post Graduate Institute of Orthopedic Sciences Bill, 2015; and the Sindh Finance Bill, 2015.

The as of late proclaimed the Karachi Water and Sewerage Board (Amendment) Ordinance, 2015 was exhibited before the get together. It altered the KWSB Act-1996, visualizing the sentence of up to 10 years' detainment and a fine up to Rs1 million for individuals included in water robbery or administrators of illicit water hydrants in the city.

Friday, August 28, 2015

Controversial Al Hijrah school should be bulldozed: Education chief

An obligation baffled and dilapidating Birmingham school ought to be bulldozed and supplanted with another building, the city's instruction official has said.

The Birmingham Mail uncovered in February how Al Hijrah School in Bordesley Green is £3 million owing debtors, while the building itself is disintegrating.

The Islamic school was set in exceptional measures by Ofsted a year ago and its whole representing body was sacked after its money related inconveniences developed.

New staff and governors, who were drafted into assume control, found the school had significant building issues, with a spilling rooftop and an electrical flaw they evaluated would cost over £500,000 to repair.

Its new between time official load up has needed to burn through £12,000 on feasting seats and tables in the wake of finding students were being compelled to have their lunch on the floor, while £9,000 must be spent on a security framework for its library after £4,000 worth of books had "turned up lost".

Presently training official Sir Mike Tomlinson, who is working with Birmingham City Council to enhance schools, said the building ought to be supplanted.

It comes after arrangements by the gathering to migrate the school to a previous office obstruct in Small Heath was ruined when the Department for Education uncovered it would turn into the site for Perry Beeches V - a free school keep running by Birmingham "super head" Liam Nolan set to open in September.

Sir Mike said: "I think there is no requirement for another site, yet another building would be the perfect circumstance."

He couldn't affirm how the building would be supported, including: "This is a troublesome circumstance to break, it's not going to be simple but rather that [a new building] is the thing that we need."

He said a choice over the fate of the school was "on hold" until the result of the Charity Commission's examination concerning Al Hijrah Trust.

The trust claims the school building and area it is on, on the other hand it doesn't have any contribution in the running of the school, which is supported by the nearby power.

The Commission's request, dispatched a month ago, is looking at the organization, administration and administration of the Trust by the trustees.

The Commission said in an announcement a month ago that the philanthropy's trustees have more than once neglected to present the philanthropy's records inside of the statutory time scales and address already raised concerns over the philanthropy's interior budgetary controls.

In the interim, the board has dispatched its own particular investigation into the Trust over assertions it utilized open cash to help subsidize a £1 million best in class school in the city of Ziarat in Pakistan.

A letter penned to folks last September by previous official headteacher Graham Hardy uncovered the yearly cost to lease the school building from the Trust had soared from a peppercorn rate of just £1 a year to amazing £470,000. The rent is paid by the board's training spending plan to the Trust.

The yearly lease incorporates £170,000 for six "insufferably hot" compact lodges utilized as classrooms, which require £20,000 worth of aerating and cooling units to stop students s

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Govt lecturers to be sent to UK for higher education

LAHORE: Punjab Education Minister Rana Mashhood Ahmad reported on Friday that teachers of government schools of Punjab would be sent to British colleges for advanced education.

This open door, he said, will be given under Chief Minister's Faculty Development Program. While taking note of that instructors have a fundamental part in the training framework, Ahmad said the administration is utilizing every accessible asset to urge them to procure advanced education. He was talking at a meeting with a designation of Association of Colleges London and British Council in London. Mashood said Punjab government has dispensed record 27% financial plan for training, which is more than the monetary allowance of every single other area. "This is a sign of Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif's instruction benevolent arrangements," he commented.

While conversing with the designation, the priest said that the reason for Faculty Development Program is to give best and present day instruction chances to speakers of government universities for limit building and advancement of training. He said that the system has been begun with the participation of British Council and it will enhance standard of instruction. He lauded the help of UK in diverse circles of life in Punjab, including training and wellbeing. Prior, conversing with abroad Pakistanis, the priest said that ostracizes are envoys of Pakistan and Overseas Pakistanis Commission has been set up to encourage them and location their issues. He said that the part of Overseas Pakistanis Commission is admirable as it is tending to the issues of ostracizes on need premise.

He said that Pakistan is confronting various issues, including unemployment, burden shedding and terrorism, yet the PML-N government is resolved to control it out of these difficulties with the participation of masses. He said that certainty of remote financial specialists has been restored by the arrangements of the administration and the economy is enhancing bit by bit. The administration will get free the nation of the hazard of burden shedding before the end of 2017, he guaranteed.

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Bill passed to bring technical education board under CM

The Sindh Assembly on Friday passed a bill collectively to give the control of Sindh Board of Technical Education to Sindh boss clergyman. Prior, this board had been running under the control of Sindh senator.

Clergyman Sikandar Mandhro introduced the Govt Bill 1/2015 The Sindh Board of Technical Education (correction) Bill 2015 for thought and it was collectively passed. The change of Section 10 of the Sindh Board of Technical Education Ordinance 1970, the expressions of 'Legislative head of Sindh' are substituted with the expressions of 'Boss Minister, Sindh'.

Then, three bills were moved by Sikandar Mandhro. These bills incorporate Govt Bill 25/2015 The Sindh Zakat and Ushar (revision) Bill, 2015; Govt Bill 27/2015 The Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Medical University Larkana (alteration) Bill, 2015, and Govt Bill 27/2015 The Malir University of Science and Technology, Karachi Bill, 2015.

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Sikh girl who topped Pakistan's Class 10 Board exams gets reward of Rs 1 lakh

On August 7 Pakistan's top Sikh religious body declared a prize of Rs 1,00,000 to a Sikh young lady who was among the toppers of the Class 10 examination from the minority group.

Manbir Kaur, a fifteen-year old from Nankana Sahib region of Punjab territory secured 1,035 imprints out of a sum of 1,100 imprints in Secondary School Examination this year. The outcomes for the examination were reported on July 30. She is an understudy of Shri Guru Nanak Devji High School at Nankana Sahib.

Pakistan Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee additionally reported that it will set up a store for splendid Sikh understudies, and has officially given one million rupees for the trust.

Manbir's dad Giani Prem Singh is the head granthi at Gurdwara Sri Nankana Sahib, around 80 km from Lahore. Their home is not a long way from the origin of Baba Guru Nanak, Gurdwara Janamasthan. "The entire family is pleased over her splendid execution. Manbir used to study 12 hours a day and her diligent work paid off," he said, including that the Sikh group in the region is pleased with his little girl.

More than 200 Sikh families live in Nankana Sahib. Manbir is pondering joining a private school in Lahore. With her score in the Class 10 examination, she is qualified for a grant for both the administration and private organizations. She needs to turn into a specialist, and has connected for pre-therapeutic courses at different schools.

Monday, August 24, 2015

Lecturers to get education from UK

LAHORE - Punjab Education Minister Rana Mashhood Ahmad Khan has said that as indicated by Chief Minister's Faculty Development Program, the speakers of government schools will get instruction from best British colleges.

As indicated by a gift issued on Friday, he communicated these perspectives amid a meeting with designation of Association of Colleges London and British Council in London. He said that the instructors have crucial part in training framework and the Government is utilizing hard and fast assets to energize them.

While conversing with the appointment, the priest said that the motivation behind Faculty Development Program is to give best and cutting edge instruction chances to instructors of Govt universities for limit building and advancement of training.

He said that the project has been begun with participation of British Council and it will enhance standard of value instruction. He likewise lauded the help of UK in distinctive circles of life including training and wellbeing.

Prior, conversing with Overseas Pakistanis at Pakistan Embassy, the pastor said that ostracizes are represetatives of Pakistan and Overseas Pakistanis Commission has been set up to encourage them and location their issues.

He said that part of Overseas Pakistanis Commission is honorable as it is tending to the issues of ostracizes on need premise. He said that however the country is confronting various issues including unemployment, burden shedding and terrorism yet PML-N Government is resolved to direct the nation out of these difficulties with collaboration of masses.

He said that certainty of remote financial specialists has restored by approaches of the legislature and our economy is enhancing little by little. He said that we will dispose of hazard of burden shedding till end of 2017.

Sunday, August 23, 2015

Promoting research culture: AIOU launches Pakistan Journal of Science and Technology

ISLAMABAD: The Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) has dispatched its fresh out of the plastic new research diary 'Pakistan Journal of Science and Technology' in accordance with the college's purposeful endeavors to advance exploration society.

While tending to a workshop as boss visitor, Higher Education Commission (HEC) Chairman Prof Dr Mukhtar Ahmed termed the starting of diary a superb activity with respect to AIOU towards advancing examination society the nation over.

Director Dr Mukhtar said HEC is resolved to advance examination culture and backing advanced education establishments in such manner. He said the era of new and effective scattering of existing information is a key obligation of organizations of higher learning.

He said that "Pakistan Journal of Science and Technology" ought to be put online with the goal that most extreme number of scientists could profit by the examination material. He welcomed the activities and cutting edge methodology of AIOU officeholder bad habit chancellor for further enhancing the college's working at all levels. Prof Dr Mukhtar uncovered that non-formal arrangement of instruction was assuming a basic part in accomplishing the stipulated focuses in instructive segment. The AIOU is currently laying more prominent spotlight on the advancement of examination based inventive studies and thoughts to help the individuals meet new difficulties in financial fields, he included. He welcomed the dedication and committed work of Dr Zafar Ilyas and praised him on propelling the fresh out of the box new Journal of Science and Technology.

AIOU Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Shahid Siddiqui said since he assumed control over the charge around ten months back, exploration work is his number one need as making and building information is the principle employment of any college. He said that three fresh out of the box new research diaries identify with Urdu dialect. Administration Science and Open Education diary will likewise be distributed soon, he included.

Bad habit Chancellor Dr Siddiqui further said that to scatter examination papers and to spur youthful analysts to accomplish more in their individual fields, a progression of workshops, classes and gatherings had been embraced at national and global levels. He underlined the need to reinforce linkages between examination foundations and the individuals who are in charge of usage of exploration discoveries. Research phenomena don't happen in seclusion and should be connected with the general public, he included.

He said that colleges ought to be known for their examination work and must assume a proactive part in developing and making learning through exploration, which is good to worldwide standard. Teaching basic speculation among understudies is basic for getting them the standard of instruction, he included. Examination ought to offer response to the inquiries confronted by policymakers and different partners in the country building undertaking, he included. The AIOU bad habit chancellor further said that the part of colleges - as focuses of exploration, showing and brilliance - has accepted more prominent significance, including that the college at its level will do its best to accomplish the fancied objectives. A decent college, he said, is known by the social, social and scholarly exercises embraced by it and AIOU is endeavoring most extreme endeavors to do likewise. He included that various projects have been begun in the late months to add to its fundamental grounds as a center of such exercises.

College of Gujrat Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Ziaul Qayyum and GC University Faisalabad Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Muhammad Ali Shah likewise went to the exploration diary propelling function as visitor of distinctions.

Bad habit Chancellor Dr Siddiqui is the benefactor in-boss and AIOU Department of Physics Chairman Dr Ilyas is the editorial manager in-head of the diary while the consultative board contains 38 understood educationists from home and abroad including the US, Canada, the UK, Russia, China, Spain, Brazil, Japan, Turkey, South Africa, New Zealand, India and Egypt.

Saturday, August 22, 2015

Imran admits failure to fix health, education in KP

HARIPUR: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Sunday conceded his disappointment in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to get changes wellbeing and training areas in the territory.

"I ask for the individuals, who're creating prevention in the change of framework in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa doctor's facilities to please encourage the change for poor people," Khan made an earnest advance as he tended to a social affair in Haripur regarding the forthcoming by-race.

Friday, August 21, 2015

Islamabad bar to start verifying the degrees of lawyers

ISLAMABAD: The administrative power for attorneys in the government capital, the Islamabad Bar Council (IBC), has chosen to begin checking the instructive capabilities of the 3,700 legal advisors in the capital.

These attorneys rehearse in the capital's sessions courts, extraordinary courts, tribunals and at Islamabad High Court (IHC).

Previously, the Punjab Bar Council served as an administrative power for Islamabad-based legal advisors. After the foundation of the IHC, in 2012, Islamabad Bar Association President Syed Javed Akbar started a procedure for checking the degrees of legal advisors yet couldn't finish this undertaking amid his one-year term in office.

Mr Akbar told Dawn that it was an old interest by expert attorneys, that the degrees of those honing in the field be confirmed.

"I thought the assignment of confirming instructive certifications could be finished in three or four months. Be that as it may, I began the procedure in September 2012 and by January 2013, I had just figured out how to gather 1,000 degrees from 3,700 legal advisors," he said.

He asserted that there was weight from specific gatherings who did not need him to open this current 'Pandora's container'.

"What's more, regardless of my earnest attempts, I couldn't finish the undertaking of confirming the degrees held by the legal advisors. I had trusted that my successors would finish the occupation yet they didn't," he said.

As indicated by a few legal advisors, fake degree holders assume a part amid the decisions of bar affiliations so various legal counselors don't need the procedure of check to be begun.

Nonetheless, the occupant body of the IBC communicated trust that since its five years residency would end in 2020 they could finish the assignment of confirming degrees.

A senior individual from IBC told Dawn that the fake degree holders are denying proficient attorneys of their honest to goodness rights.

"Notwithstanding taking without end potential customers, fake legal counselors additionally figure out how to get lawful posts, for example, standing insight, representative lawyer general and prosecutors," he said.

To represent the earnestness of the issue, one just needs to consider the instance of a standing advice who served in Islamabad in 2008-2009 and was named extra prosecutor general of Punjab before it was discovered that his legitimate capabilities were fake.

On the other hand, his arrangement was taken away after he lost a case, charging him of holding a fake degree.

IBC Vice Chairman Shuaib Shaheen told Dawn that dissimilar to bar affiliations, the bar board is a statutory body, which appreciates power of starting procedures or disavowing the licenses of legal counselors.

He said that the degrees confirmation procedure would be begun in the present month.

As per him, the legal counselors would be requested that confirm their instructive accreditations from the instructive foundations, where they had mulled over and to submit authenticated duplicates of their instructive degrees to the IBC.

"The IBC would forward these degrees to the instructive organizations and to Higher Education Commission (HEC) for re-check," he included.

Thursday, August 20, 2015

PUASA against plan to cut VCs’ tenure

LAHORE, Punjab University Academic Staff Association (PUASA) has reported a progression of dissent exhibitions in the event that any synopsis or proposition to lessening administration length of open part colleges' bad habit chancellors (VCs) is considered.

In a press discharge issued on Sunday, PUASA acting president Prof Dr Abid Hussain Ch and Secretary Dr Mahboob Hussain said a few administrators were supposedly attempting to deceive the boss pastor on the issue of the VCs choice, colleges administration and now VCs residency. They said any such move would be responded in most grounded conceivable means. "This is an intrigue against long haul scholarly and research arrangements of colleges, rather the administration ought to consider PPP proposition to cut gatherings residency from 5 years to 4 years," they included.

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

President removes FUUAST vice-chancellor

ISLAMABAD: President Mamnoon Hussain evacuated the bad habit chancellor of Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science and Technology (FUUAST), Dr Zafar Iqbal, from his post on Sunday.

The choice was taken after a meeting of the college's senate hung on Saturday prescribed the evacuation in view of his charged contribution in defilement, preference, moral turpitude and abuse of power.

"The president has evacuated the VC of the college," a senior authority of the administration told this reporter on Sunday. "It has been chosen that his case will be sent to the National Accountability Bureau and the Federal Investigation Agency."

He included that the administration was considering three hopefuls prescribed by the varsity's senate to fill the empty post. As indicated by a source at the college, the VC was selected on Feb 1, 2013 by the Pakistan People's Party government for a five-year term. He figured out how to spare his employment twice in the past by getting stay orders from the Sindh High Court against choices taken by the college's senate.

As indicated by the varsity's principles, the senate must be summoned twice every year. Yet, Dr Iqbal did not do as such for a long time. President Hussain paid heed to the matter and guided the bad habit chancellor to assemble a senate conference yet the source blamed the VC for disregarding the order.

In the mean time a source in the National Accountability Bureau said that defilement cases at Urdu college were at that point being researched. At the point when reached, Dr Iqbal said the senate meeting hung on August 8 was unlawful in light of the fact that it had not been called by him.

He guaranteed that his case was at that point in the Supreme Court and, along these lines the president couldn't evacuate him. "Indeed, even the senate of the college which prescribed my evacuation is unlawful as it was framed illicitly by the president," he said.

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Order restraining inquiry into Mardan varsity extended

PESHAWAR: The Peshawar High Court on Wednesday augmented a stay request against the request of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Ehtesab Commission into distinctive managerial matters of the Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan, including arrangement to diverse posts.

A seat containing Justice Irshad Qaisar and Justice Roohul Amin Khan likewise asked the commission's chief general and executive (examination) to submit remarks about the request of Abdul Wali Khan University's enlistment center against the request.

At the point when the seat started hearing into the request, responsible for the college's legitimate cell Mian Saleemur Rehman and treasurer Mohammad Tariq said amid past listening to a month ago, the court had looked for remarks working on it yet they had so far not been recorded.

They asked for the seat to expand the stay request issued a month ago.

The seat chose to dismiss the listening to requesting that the commission record remarks on the appeal.

The commission was likewise advised to keep up the present state of affairs on the request until the following listening to, whose timetable would be settled later.

The candidate has guaranteed that verging on indistinguishable request was dispatched by the National Accountability Bureau Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, which had still been in advancement, so the ehtesab commission couldn't accept locale for the situation.

The NAB Khyber Pakhtunkhwa had begun a request a year ago subsequent to accepting grievances with respect to claimed arrangements on political premise in the college.

The candidate said after NAB had taken cognisance of the matter, the college got a letter from the KPEC on Feb 2, 2015, looking for the same data, which was given to NAB.

He said the KPEC sent letters to him on Feb 6, Feb 12, Feb 18 and Feb 23 for the same.

The candidate said the commission without deciding its locale in the matter had been wrongfully and unlawfully pestering the applicant.

He said the demonstrations of the commission were infringing upon Section 35 of the KPEC Act under which if a government office had expected locale in a matter, the commission must counsel with the elected office before beginning its request.

Monday, August 17, 2015

UAF to start O-Level, FA programmes

FAISALABAD: The University of Agriculture Faisalabad (UAF) has chosen to begin O-Level and FA programs through the Laboratory School and College System.

The choice was taken at a meeting led by UAF Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Iqrar Ahmad here on Wednesday to survey the execution of the school and school framework being keep running under the college.

Classes will be begun at the Community College PARS amid the impending scholarly year.

Dr Ahmed said the PhD degree-holder workforce would show understudies of O-Level and FA. Ms Sobia has been named as a central individual for the O-Level classes program.

The bad habit chancellor complimented two female understudies of the Laboratory High School - Fatima Mehmood, who secured a general second position with 1,076 imprints and Khadija, who secured third position in the general gathering with 1,015 imprints.

Sunday, August 16, 2015

9th class exams result on 21st

LAHORE, PUNJAB Boards Committee of Chairmen (PBCC) has chosen that all the nine examination sheets of the region will proclaim the aftereffects of optional school (ninth class) yearly examination, 2014 on August 21. In a late meeting, the PBCC chose that the nine Boards of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISEs) will announce the aftereffects of Intermediate (Annual) Examination 2015 on September 12 and that of Intermediate Part-I (Annual) Examination 2015 October 10, 2015.

Saturday, August 15, 2015

Dr. Tahirul Qadri presents curriculum for schools, colleges

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Awami Tehreek director, Dr. Tahirul Qadri, on Wednesday presented a 25-book educational program for instructive establishments.

Talking at the starting function, Mr Qadri said the educational program proposed measures to dispense with terrorism and sectarianism from the general public.

He made an energetic speak to the instructive establishments to profit by the educational module.

The PAT boss said out of 20 areas of the National Action Plan, one and only was executed which identified with setting up of military courts.

Explaining on the reasons that offer ascent to terrorism and fanaticism, Dr. Tahirul Qadri said that unless a cordial and tranquil climate was not gave in the schools, schools, colleges and maddrassas, peace could never come in the nation and social and financial treacheries would never end.

He said instruction, wellbeing and work couldn't be given to the individuals unless peace and quietness win.

He said the individuals would never get social and legitimate equity and under these circumstances just terrorism and sectarianism would thrive.

Friday, August 14, 2015

Pakistan celebrates 68th Independence Day

ISLAMABAD: Celebrations of Pakistan's 68th Independence Day commenced on Thursday at the President House where Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, President Mamnoon Hussain, Army Chief Raheel Sharif, Speaker National Assembly Sardar Ayaz Sadiq alongside other conspicuous pioneers went to an August 14-related function.

"The country is appreciative to our officers and we salute them for their grit," the president said amid his discourse.

A 21-firearm salute was discharged in commonplace capitals, while a 31-weapon salute was given in Islamabad to recognize the.

In Lahore, Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif raised the national banner at the catacomb of Allama Iqbal, while Chief Minister Sindh Qaim Ali Shah and Governer Sindh Dr Ishratul Ibad did likewise in Karachi at Mazar-e-Quaid.

A 2400-square-foot banner has additionally been readied that will be lifted in Islamabad later amid the day.

Thursday, August 13, 2015

UoG to shift four science subjects to main campus

GUJRAT: The University of Gujrat (UoG) organization has wanted to move four science disciplines from its city grounds to the primary Hafiz Hayat grounds because of absence of offices in research centers.

Dissimilar to the city grounds - Government College for Boys, GT Road, Government College for Girls, Marghzar Colony, and Fatima Jinnah College, Railway Road, the Hafiz Hayat grounds had completely prepared labs and instructors from different grounds needed to make a trip alongside understudies to the fundamental grounds twice per week to use the lab there.

The organization had dispatched herbal science, zoology, material science and science eight years back at the city grounds to get hold of three administration schools, as there was solid resistance by their organizations, instructors and understudies. These varsities were made constituent schools of the UoG in 2004.

Be that as it may, the UoG couldn't set up current labs for the science subjects at the city grounds and the staff and understudies moved between the city and Hafiz Hayat grounds twice per week.

Be that as it may, sources in the UoG told Dawn that Vice Chancellor Dr Ziaul Qayyum had coordinated the authorities concerned of the varsity to make courses of action for moving the four orders to the Hafiz Hayat grounds. Insights, arithmetic and some different subjects could be moved to the city grounds from the primary grounds so understudies who needed to utilize the science labs could be encouraged.

The bad habit chancellor had additionally led a daylong meeting of the authorities concerned at his office on Tuesday in which advantages and disadvantages of the moving were examined.

In the interim, the UoG syndicate in its last meeting held before Eidul Fitr had affirmed contracting administrations of the directors and senior members of distinctive resources for its night projects being keep running in the city grounds since there were no supervisory authorities accessible. It was additionally chosen that pay rates of the directors and senior members would be expanded for a few hours of their time for the night programs.

A varsity authority asking for namelessness guaranteed scholastic exercises at the city grounds had been disregarded for long. It appeared to be presently the administration was not kidding about reinforcing the scholastics rather than "restorative and picture building exercises" just.

He said humanism, brain science and instruction were prone to be begun for young ladies just in two city grounds - Marghzar College and Railway Road school.

English MPs visit UoG: An assignment of British parliament individuals and British Council, Pakistan, went by the University of Gujrat (UoG) on Wednesday.

The parliamentarians included Yasmin Qureshi, Catherine West, Rehman Chishti, Hannah Bardell and Tasmina Ahmed Sheik.

UoG Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Ziaul Qayyum informed the agents about the UoG and highlighted the administrations of British Council of Pakistan for the organizations of Pakistan.

He said the advancement of confidence and business enterprise among the understudies was need of time for progressive changes in Pakistan.

He said the obligation of colleges was to advance social activity programs for a practical improvement.

Yasmin Qureshi said the UoG was performing its social obligations as indicated by the needs of society. Catherine West said that instructive and scholarly exercises at the varsity were genuine delineation of its dedication towards social advancement.

Rehman Chishti said the UoG was quickly developing as a cutting edge varsity of Pakistan advancing positive changes in the public arena while Hannah Bardell was of the perspective that examination activities could help society accomplish financial advancement in different fields of life.

Tasmina Ahmed Sheik said endeavors of the UoG would help society address a few issues.

A narrative about diverse ventures, accomplishments and future prospects of the UoG was additionally shown amid this meeting. Among the agents of British Council were Amy Hickson, Shazia Khawar, Sarah Parvez, Siobhan Foster, Peter Upton, Hamza Salim, Saad Bajwa, Tristan Ace, Jim Booth, Arsalan Rabbani and Dan Gregory.

They valued the part and accomplishments of UoG for making progress toward supportable advancement and intensive social advance through diverse undertakings.

Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Health, education priority, says Mujtaba Shuja-ur-Rehman

LAHORE, Provincial Minister for Excise and Taxation Mujtaba Shuja-ur-Rehman has said the present administration has given top need to wellbeing and training and the common wellbeing and instruction spending plan has been surprisingly expanded and extra assets have been given to quicken the endeavors to incite accomplishment of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). He said that 95% of optional trusts were being utilized for the treatment of underprivileged individuals and in addition for gift in help to the destitute individuals.

He said the financial backing allotted for instruction was Rs.310.20 billion which was 27 percent of the aggregate uses while the monetary allowance assigned for wellbeing was Rs.166.13 billon which was 14 percent of the aggregate uses of the administration. He said that four new Daanish schools would be set up in the lessdeveloped ranges for the procurement of cutting edge instruction to the gifted understudies of these regions. He said that 990 secondary schools would be furnished with PC labs, missing offices would be given to 7,500 schools and 500 new schools would be opened amid the current financial year. Conversing with an appointment of gathering laborers at his living arrangement, Mujtaba Shuja-ur-Rehman said the administration had given Rs.1.41 billion to motivating force bundle to the authority specialists in order to guarantee the expert specialists at THQs. He said that 700 BHUs had been changed over into Modern Health Centers and 24 hours medicinal services offices were being given to these focuses. He said that talented conception specialists, LHVs and LHWs were being selected at the wellbeing focuses in light of the fact that the MMR in LHWs secured territory was 147/100,000 live births, contrasted 300 with 350/100,000 to revealed ranges. He said that at present under five death rate present was 94/1000 and it would be decreased 45 till 2015 (MDGs Target), infant death rate was 54/1000 and it would be lessened up to 25 by year 2015 while baby death rate was 77/1000 which would be diminished 40 up to 2015.

He told the media that maternal mortality proportion 350-500/100000 which would be diminished 140 up to 2015. He included that 20 percent conception conveyances were gone to by the gifted conception attendanst and this proportion would be expanded more than 90 percent.

He said the Health Insurance Card would be issued in order to give cutting edge human services offices to the poor card holder patients even in the private wellbeing foundations. About Rs.10.82 billion has been held for procurement of meds at people in general part healing facilities. About Rs. one billion has been accommodated the Mobile Health Units in the remote ranges, it finished up.

Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Hospitals of private colleges warned against denial of free beds to the poor

Islamabad, The national guard dog for therapeutic and dental instruction and practice has cautioned it will take action against the showing doctor's facilities of exclusive medicinal schools for not offering a large portion of their beds to poor patients alongside discussion gratis.

Under the Clause 17(6) of the Medical and Dental Institutions (acknowledgment, qualification criteria for upgrade in yearly confirmations and accreditation models) Regulations, 2012, showing doctor's facilities connected to the nation's therapeutic and dental schools will work 50 for each penny of their beds with the expectation of complimentary convenience of and discussion to poor patients, while treatment costs, including research facility administrations, medications and supplies, if any, will be charged from such patients on a no benefit premise.

Be that as it may, as indicated by PMDC enlistment center Dr. Shaista Faisal, this law is horribly ridiculed by private therapeutic and dental foundations. "It has been watched that the procurements contained in the Clause 17(6) of Medical and Dental Institutions Regulations, 2012, are not actualized by the organizations of the private segment restorative and dental foundations in genuine sense and are fairly extensively disregarded by them. Just few of them are consenting to them," Dr Shaista told this recorder on Wednesday.

The PMDC recorder said her association had before requested strict requirement of those lawful procurements at healing centers connected to therapeutic and dental schools however got a poor reaction.

She said recently, updates were sent to such healing centers to guarantee agreeability with the law on the matter for giving successful and reasonable tertiary consideration level offices to patients and accomplishing the most astounding models of medicinal instruction of understudies.

"We've again guided them (clinics) to guarantee dispatch of a report on one-month agreeability with Clause 17(6) of Medical and Dental Institutions Regulations by end of each quarter with points of interest of 50 for each penny of their beds expected to be offered to poor patients. Inability to adjust to these regulations will bring about strict legitimate activity against them," she included.

Monday, August 10, 2015

Call to make UVAS courses field-oriented

LAHORE, College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences Lahore Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Talata Naseer Pasha Wednesday focused on the requirement for making college certificate courses field-arranged with spotlight on "adapting by doing".

Leading a meeting orchestrated by the UVAS's Institute of Continue Education and Extension (ICE&E) to overhaul the plan of investigation of the two-year Livestock Assistant Diploma as indicated by cutting edge market needs, he focused on the need that the courses/educational program of the confirmation ought to be a greater amount of useful and the understudies must be prepared on effective and quality administration conveyance to the cultivating group on their doorsteps.

He said courses ought to be overhauled keeping in view the business sector needs with spotlight on corporate dairy cultivating, motorization, immunization, antibody taking care of, and so forth. He said the varsity has made no increment in understudies' charge keeping in view their money related hardships.

The meeting members held an open talk on the current plan of investigation of the certificate course and made different proposals. Some new courses were included while a percentage of the current courses' practicals were given more weight, lessening the hypothesis bit.

Chief ICE&E Prof Dr Muhammad Abdullah, Dean Prof Dr Khushi Muhammad, Prof Dr Aneela Zameer Durrani, Dr Tayyab Muneer, Prof Dr Sher Muhammad, Prof Dr Mian Abdus Sattar and authorities from the L&DD Department Punjab and private associations additionally went to the meeting.

course readings: Textbooks of halfway classes are accessible in adequate amount in the business sector, said a representative for the Punjab Curriculum and Textbook Board (PCTB).

He said that gossipy tidbits about postponement in accessibility of course books in the business were an endeavor to harm the notoriety of the association.

He said that the PCTB had made further assignment for expansion in amount of course books in the business. He said that every one of the matters were being managed straightforwardly. He said the authorities in charge of oversight in a guide in Geography book for class 8 had been repatriated/ended from the administration and they were further being continued according to law. He said the SOPs of the PCTB were being enhanced to keep away from such missteps in future.

Sunday, August 9, 2015

Tevta to provide jobs to its certified workers

LAHORE, Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (Tevta) is offering need to give openings for work to its affirmed laborers in the Middle East according to vision of Chief Minister Punjab Mian Shahbaz Sharif. The City and Guilds will ensure 15,000 Tevta graduates. A MoU has as of now been marked between the Punjab government and City & Guilds amid the most recent month in such manner.

It was expressed via Chairperson Tevta Irfan Qaiser Shaikh while tending to a meeting here on Wednesday at Tevta Secretariat, as per a press discharge. Boss Operating Officer Jawad Ahmed Qureshi, General Managers Hamid Ghani Anjum, Abdul Qayyum, Engr. Azhar Iqbal Shad, Akhtar Abbas Bharwana and different officers went to the meeting. Irfan Qaisar Shaikh, tending to the meeting, said that courses being offered by Tevta would be authorize by the City and Guilds. The joint effort of the City and Guilds and Tevta will be helpful for the students who will get the passing endorsements in light of the fact that the City and Guilds is perceived around the world, particularly in Middle East, because of its universally licensed scholarly standard. It will likewise be useful to upgrade the accreditation of the Tevta passed-outs and empower them to fit the bill for their arrangement at the nearby and remote markets.

Executive Tevta additionally said that the cooperation of Tevta with the City and Guilds would be gainful to accomplish the objective to prepare two million young amid the following three years according to order of the boss pastor Punjab. It will give better openings for work to Tevta talented workforce in the Middle East nations. The usage of this assention will help raise the standard of ability advancement and enhance the preparation framework in the territory of the Punjab. He said there was a ton of interest for Pakistani talented labor in the universal business and accreditation of the City and Guilds would prompt the accessibility of openings for work to Pakistani youth in the Middle East.

Saturday, August 8, 2015

Study circle for women parliamentarians

Islamabad, The Women Parliamentary Caucus (WPC) on Wednesday pushed on the upgraded part of parliamentarians in the usage and oversight of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The interest approached in a study circle for ladies parliamentarians sorted out by WPC in a joint effort with Aurat Foundation (AF), Trocaire, DFAT, Trocaire and Australian Aid. The motivation behind the study circle was to familiarize the ladies parliamentarians on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and the move to Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The study circle began with the initial comments by WPC Secretary Shaista Parvez and AF Director Advocacy Rabeea Hadi which was trailed by inside and out presentation via Chairperson Parliamentary Taskforce on MDGs MNA Maryam Aurangzeb. Maryam highlighted government's endeavors and activity plan to execute MDGs and SDGs. She highlighted a percentage of the specialized issues with the MDGs. She said that worldwide advancement motivation can just succeed when it is streamlined with the national plans and parliamentarians can assume a critical part in such manner.

She spoke widely about the explanations behind Pakistan's inability to accomplish the majority of the MDGs objectives. She termed absence of consideration by the legislatures, shortage of assets for the set targets, real move of obligations as an aftereffect of devolution and absence of possession and oversight by parliamentarians as fundamental purposes for this less than impressive execution.

Highlighting difficulties to actualize worldwide improvement plans, she said that after devolution, execution of significant advancement objectives has been moved to regions while government is capable to report for the global settlements. Maryam said that accumulation of information from regions is an immense test. "Out of 41 markers of MDGs, information for 33 pointers was not accessible," she said including that there is still no gathering where government and commonplace priests can examine and coordinate their endeavors.

Other than absence of information, she said that the administration offices need ability to break down the accessible information. She said that the legislature is attempting to enhance educational module for common workers and legal to prepare and mindful the administration hardware for developing difficulties. Maryam asked for better coordination among common society, media and Parliamentarians for powerful usage of worldwide improvement plan.

Shehryar Ghazi from Rutgers WPF and Rabea Hadi from AF highlighted the part of common society associations (CSOs) in accomplishment of these objectives. They additionally talked about the requirement for expanded connection among parliamentarians and CSOs to upgrade their insight and gain from one another. They recognized the fundamental part of parliaments in reasonable advancement through institution of enactment and reception of spending plans and guaranteeing responsibility for the viable usage of universal duties. They said that for Pakistan to appreciate the demographic profit, comprehensive ventures must be made to enhance lives of young people and youth particularly their wellbeing. They said that Pakistan has accomplished key developments in accomplishing sexual orientation equity including dynamic laws relating to rights for ladies and strategies to increment political and community support of ladies. The authoritative endeavors (new enactment and compelling execution) must be supported.

They called attention to that markers of maternal wellbeing in Pakistan have encountered moderate advancement which has brought about MDG5 being off-track in all regions. "Keeping in mind the end goal to enhance the wellbeing status of ladies and young ladies it is important to coordinate maternal and conceptive wellbeing in national and common arrangements," recommended Shehryar Ghazi. The ladies parliamentarians welcomed the study circle and communicated their yearning to hold more study circles on ladies driven issues. Besides they concurred on raising SDGs particular issues through calling consideration and inquiries.

Friday, August 7, 2015

LLB orientation counselling session for students

Islamabad, The leader task of the Roots International Schools — Metropolitan International University College (MIUC) — held an introduction and guiding session at the Wellington Campus for instructions understudies on study projects offered by the MIUC, says a press discharge.

The principle motivation behind the session was to make mindfulness among understudies about the LLB system of the University of London. Right around 100 understudies took an interest in the session. Walid Mushtaq, CEO of the Roots International Schools, composed the session.

The boss visitor on the event was Saad Wasim, nation supervisor of the University of London. The visitor speakers included employees of the LLB program — Saad Hassan, Salman Zafar and Syeda Mehak Irum.

The occasion began with the appreciated note by the boss visitor. Sundas Khan, a previous understudy of the University of London, shared her involvement with the University of London. She guided understudies about the law professions they could seek after like scientific, political, council and medico-lawful officers.

Shaista Owais, important of the Wellington Campus, advised understudies on the introduction session. "We are here to help you and serve as a supporter by giving assets to join you to the universe of chances as you explore and movement to grounds life," she said.

Noor Raza Cheema, direction instructor and director of the Global Reach, School Links and International Placements, and Anum Iqbal, facilitator of the Undergraduate Program, advised about grants and confirmation process.

Noor Raza Cheema likewise held a movement session for the understudies of LLB. They were given a contextual analysis in gatherings and they were surveyed to concoct proper arrangements.

Thursday, August 6, 2015

Gomal varsity fails to undo illegal appointments

PESHAWAR: Due to weight and dangers from compelling gatherings, the organization of Gomal University, Dera Ismail Khan, couldn't fix the arrangement of around 200 instructors and managerial staff made infringing upon legitimacy by the bad habit chancellors in the past eight years, as indicated by sources.

They said that an abnormal state test advisory group of the Higher Education Department (HED) had pronounced as flawed and questionable the whole choice procedure of around 200 educators and managerial staff from evaluation 18 to review 21 by the determination board and syndicate.

The board of trustees in its report, submitted to the senator more than five months back, had prescribed to the powers concerned to proclaim the arrangements invalid and void and that the case may be alluded to the skillful power for starting disciplinary activity.

The boss secretary had shaped the enquiry panel on February 6, 2014 when reports rose about monetary emergency in the college during a period when it was not able to pay compensations to the workers.

In spite of a failure of more than five months, there is no sign that the panel's suggestion with respect to the arrangements would be executed. Certain different suggestions, including boycott on crisp arrangements, abrogation of extra positions, and so on have been actualized, the sources said.

They said that Governor Sardar Mahtab Ahmad Khan, who is additionally chancellor of the college, had likewise sanction the report and requested execution of its suggestions.

They said that the HED had coordinated the organization of Gomal University over and over to devise a work arrangement for execution of the proposals of the request board of trustees. Be that as it may, they said, the college had so far not arranged any workable arrangement, which had been creating postpone in making legitimate move against the educators selected disregarding legitimacy.

"The college organization imparted a work plan to HED, however that was turned around it in light of the fact that there were such a variety of imperfections in it," an official in HED told Dawn. They authority included that HED had requested that the college organization illuminate it when and how the suggestions would be executed.

Then again, the sources said that there were little risks of usage of the test board's suggestions for different reasons like vicinity of solid political gatherings among the educators. The VC has been feeling the weight from such gatherings and abstaining from making disciplinary move, they said.

The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Ehtesab Commission and National Accountability Bureau were likewise examining abnormalities in the Gomal University all alone level, the sources said.

At the point when reached, a senior authority in the organization of Gomal University told Dawn that the disciplinary activity against the educators delegated infringing upon legitimacy was unimaginable. "Nobody can fix the instructors' arrangements," he said.

The authority, who has been taking a shot at a vital position, said: "There are mafias in the college and all are intent on obliterating the college for their work force advantages." It is a noteworthy issue that all the personal stake gatherings of representatives get united against any individual who need to streamline undertakings of the college, he said.

"The personal stake gatherings put weight on the college organization to dispatch challenges if any disciplinary move is made. Such gatherings even issue direct dangers to the VC," he said.

Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Screening of students for drug addiction proposed

ISLAMABAD: The Senate standing board of trustees on inside and opiates on Monday informed the government service with respect to instruction to direct medicinal test on affirmation seekers to schools and colleges to guarantee the understudies are not utilizing medications.

Additionally, the board proposed that the service of data direct all media outlets to devote 0.5 for every penny of their broadcast appointments for making open mindfulness about the medication misuse.

The board meeting held at Parliament House was directed by Senator Rehman Malik. Executive General Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) General Khawar Hanif and different authorities advised the council on the circumstance of opiates in the nation.

The board of trustees was educated that eight million individuals between the age of 15 and 64 years utilized medications amid the most recent one year. More than three million individuals were utilizing "addictives" (prescriptions which can be utilized as medications).

The board of trustees individuals were educated that in 2015 upwards of 324 instances of medication pirating were enrolled out of which 89 for every penny were chosen. In 2014, around 27,100 kilograms and in the year 2015 upwards of 62,219 kilograms medications were appropriated and blazed. Resources worth Rs1.55 billion were seized and Rs1.88 billion identified with medications were reallocated.

Congressperson Rehman Malik said the Afghan travel exchange understanding ought to be reexamined. Holders going to Afghanistan under the understanding pay an ostensible expense in Pakistan however when they enter Afghanistan Taliban constrained them to pay $7,000 every, he said.

"Indeed, even now opium is being developed in 32 for each penny range of Afghanistan on which the Afghan government and Taliban have control," he said.

Drug fixation has turn into a noteworthy issue on the planet. Indeed, even suicide assailants were given medications by their handlers. A few suspects captured in Karachi were discovered utilizing medications before their messed up arrangements to do suicide attacks,he said.

Representative Shahi Syed of the Awami National Party told Dawn that a few understudies utilized medications and on account of them their associates likewise got to be medication addicts.

"In the event that restorative test is led at the season of admission to instructive organizations, the utilization of medications among the understudies can be checked. We need to guarantee that our childhood don't get to be medication addicts," he said.

In answer to an inquiry, Mr Syed said the administration constantly focused on battling terrorism yet never gave an equivalent significance to take out medication version which was a much greater issue.

"Medications are snuck from Afghanistan however there are just 2,600 authorities to check the carrying. Not just the quantity of security staff ought to be expanded additionally all the more financing is obliged to stop medication hawking." He said the universal group ought to likewise bolster Pakistan in taking out the utilization of medications in the nation.

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Students appeal for declaration of exam results

KHAR: The postponement in revelation of aftereffects of around 200 understudies of Bajaur Agency, who had been accused of utilizing uncalled for means amid the detest Secondary School Certificate examinations by the administration of BISE Chakdara, could deny them of admission to universities.

Scores of understudies of evaluation 10 confronting such cases told Dawn here on Friday that their outcomes were all the while pending in spite of the progression of time indicated for transfer of their cases.

The understudies said that in the wake of submitting requests against the charges the BISE administration had guaranteed them to proclaim their outcomes by July 2, however tragically they neglected to discard the cases in time. They said that they had effectively paid the fine forced by the BISE.

"The outcomes have been withheld on the premise of unmerited instances of out of line means, which is a matter of genuine sympathy toward us on the grounds that it could hamper our training," said Tahseen Khan, an understudy of a model school in Khar.

Another understudy, Aminullah, said that the influenced understudies had made a few visits to the board to get their outcomes, however without any result.

The understudies charged that the executive and other staff of the BISE were not taking enthusiasm for determination of the issue. They said that the understudies would be denied of getting affirmation if their outcomes were not declared till Monday, as

the greater part of instructive foundations had effectively shut admissions to first year classes. The understudies requested of the representative and Peshawar High Court boss equity to issue orders for quick announcement of their outcomes. The understudies likewise requested of the instruction division to hold seats for them in first year classes in neighborhood schools.

Conversing with Dawn, an authority of the instruction division affirmed that aftereffects of no less than 200 understudies were withheld or drop on the premise of out of line means cases. Then again, he said that the aftereffects of the influenced understudies would be reported till Monday.

Monday, August 3, 2015

Malala tells Sharif she wants to return home

OSLO: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai held their first authority meeting on Wednesday after both went to an UN instruction summit in Oslo.

The 17-year-old lobbyist said Mr Sharif advised her his administration would bolster her in the event that she chose to visit the nation.

"He said my nation is dependably there for me. What's more, I said that it is my obligation as a Pakistani to come back to Pakistan and help individuals there," Malala, who has made her home in Britain, told open supporter NRK, including that any visit would need to concur with her school occasions.

Pakistan's training framework, kid work and tyke marriage were additionally among the issues talked about, she included.

The decision PML-N posted a photo of the meeting on its official Twitter account.

The leader and the young person met quickly on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in September 2013, yet this was their first authority meeting.

Both were in Oslo regarding the two-day Oslo Summit on Education for Development, where Malala encouraged world pioneers to cut "eight days of military spending" to give all kids access to 12 years of free instruction.

Mr Sharif and his Indian partner Narendra Modi a year ago declined to go to the Nobel Peace Prize honors function, where she gathered the prize she imparted to Indian kid rights dissident Kailash Satyarthi.

Malala turned into a worldwide symbol after the Taliban assault in 2012. She recuperated in the wake of being flown for broad surgery to Birmingham, focal England, and has subsequent to proceeded with both her instruction and activism.

Sunday, August 2, 2015

609 teachers working without pay for three months

CHINIOT: Over 600 educators designated in March have been working without compensations throughout the previous three months here.

The locale organization enrolled 609 educators on contract in March who assumed responsibility on April 2. Be that as it may, they were yet to be paid even following three months.

The educators requested the instruction secretary clear their levy before Eidul Fitr.

The training office contracted 178 grade school instructors, 390 senior primary school and 41 for auxiliary school in March who began chipping away at April 2. Throughout the previous three months, these educators had been working in schools without pay.

The locale coordination officer, instruction division officers and records office had distinctive perspectives when requested remarks on the purpose for deferral in installments.

Region Education Officer (Elementary) Chaudhry Khalid Akhtar told Dawn the procedure of check of declarations and degrees of the recently procured instructors was truly moderate and loads up and colleges concerned were not sending back confirmed duplicates of the reports in spite of their opportune accommodation.

He said the educators whose scholastic endorsements and degrees had been checked had been cleared and their naming powers requested that issue secret letters to area records officer for installment of compensations.

Locale Coordination Officer Shaukat Ali Khichi told Dawn there was a procedure of police confirmation and therapeutic wellness investigation for recently selected instructors that requires some investment because of which the compensations were frequently issued following a couple of months.

Region Accounts Officer Hameed Randhawa told Dawn there were sure errors in the arrangements of educators.

"As indicated by records gave to us, the instructors were not posted at positions that were promoted in the media. Rather, they were posted somewhere else," he guaranteed.

He likewise guaranteed he had asked the locale training officers to clarify this inconsistency so the instructors could be paid. There were lapses in the arrangement letters and the training office had not sent them private letters that were obliged to process installment of compensations, he included.

Punjab Teachers Union District Vice President Bilal Anwar impacted instruction and records office powers over their detachment. He said confirmation of scholarly authentications and different conventions ought to have been finished before or not long after the enlistment so they didn't need to endure because of delinquency of pay rates. He requested the instructors be paid before Eid.

Saturday, August 1, 2015

Malala urges world to cut eight days of military spending

OSLO: Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai on Tues­day encouraged world pioneers to cut "eight days of military spending" to give all youngsters access to 12 years of free instruction.

About $39 billion future required every year to support the educating, as per an appraisal from the laureate's non-benefit amass, the Malala Fund.

"It may show up as a gigantic number however the truth is it is very little by any stretch of the imagination," Malala said at an UN instruction summit in Oslo, as she came back to the city surprisingly since grabbing the Peace Prize alongside kid rights extremist Kailash Satyarthi in December a year ago.

"Truth be told, and shockingly, $39bn is spent on (the) military in just eight days," she said.

Malala met World Bank President Jim Yong Kim in June to talk about the up and coming bundle of the Sustainable Development Goals the United Nations arrangements to discharge not long from now. A meeting is booked in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, one week from now to discover approaches to fund the new targets.

"My message is that in these objectives optional instruction would be guaranteed," said the training dissident, who might turn 18 in the not so distant future.

"The cash to send every youngster to essential and optional instruction for a long time for nothing is as of now there," she included.

The United Nations boss joined Malala in approaching the pioneers to secure training for youngsters over the globe.

Portraying youngsters as the "seeds of future advancement", Sec­r­e­tary-General Ban Ki-moon said that training was "the dirt to help them develop into worldwide natives".

In September the UN will measure recommendations about which targets nations ought to accomplish in the following 15 years. The new targets will supplant the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) made in 2000. An UN report said the MDGs had bailed lift millions out of neediness, as the quantity of individuals living in amazing destitution decli­ned by more than half somewhere around 1990 and 2015, from 1.9bn to 836 million. In the same period, the quantity of kids passing on before their fifth birthday fell by more than half, dropping from 90 to 43 passings for each 1,000 bi