Sunday, July 31, 2016

Punjab Group of College campuses set-up in 6 cities

Rawalpindi: Punjab Group of Colleges has built up its grounds in 6 new urban areas, says a public statement.

They incorporate Ali Pur Chatha, Bahawalnagar, Bhimber, Jand, Nowshehra (Soan Valley) and Zafarwal.

The administration is sure that these grounds will offer the best to understudies in scholastics and in addition in co and additional curricular exercises. Punjab Group of Colleges is a trusted name for giving quality training to the adolescent of Pakistan throughout the previous 31 years and appreciates the trust of guardians and understudies both. The administration of the Group has constantly attempted to encourage understudies and guardians both by opening up its grounds in however many urban communities as would be prudent. The point is that guardians must not be additional troubled fiscally on one hand and understudies don't need to go to far flung ranges to get fancied instruction, on the other.

Saturday, July 30, 2016

Sub-campus of Gomal varsity to be set up in Tank

TANK: District nazim Mustafa Khan Kundi Thursday said the Higher Education Commission (HEC) has affirmed Rs10 million for foundation of sub-grounds of the Gomal University in Tank.

Conversing with journalists at his office, he said the general population of Tank, South Waziristan and Frontier Region (FR) will get their fantasy of advanced education acknowledged at their doorsteps."A group including senior authorities of Gomal University went to Government College and Government Vocational Institute and different spots for setting up the grounds with full exercises," he included.

He said in its first stage the grounds would present Journalism, Master of Business Administration, IER, Master of Public Administration (MPA) and a couple controls of arts.The region nazim expressed that locale organization had likewise guaranteed full backing for foundation of sub-campus.He said that 300 colleges would be set up the nation over under the legislature of Pakistan's Vision 2025.

Friday, July 29, 2016

Cloud Data Centre launched at HEC

Islamabad, To encourage colleges in turning out to be a piece of the world-class research environment, the Federal Minister for Planning, Development and Reforms Ahsan Iqbal on Thursday introduced the Cloud Data Center at Higher Education Commission (HEC). Working of the middle has been given by Huawei Technologies.

This server farm will give administrations like Virtual Data Centers (VDC), Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), Safe Campus Central Solution and Central Surveillance, Unified Communication and Shared Services, Storage as a Service, and Training as a Service. HEC's Cloud administrations go for expanding effectiveness, efficiency and coordinated effort between the colleges of Pakistan and diminish costs by utilizing an upgraded IT framework.

The clergyman was joined by Ambassador of China Sun Weidong, HEC Chairman Dr. Mukhtar Ahmed and HEC Executive Director Dr. Arshad Ali. Bad habit chancellors of different open and private part colleges and different notables were likewise present at the introduction function.

In perspective of the ascent of web and electronic advancements as more vital apparatuses than any time in recent memory, HEC has set up the middle to enhance profitability, improve business forms, and quicken change. Server farms are the key center of IT endeavors to ensure, enhance and develop the business.

Talking on the event, Ahsan Iqbal, praised HEC on the dispatch of focus and termed it the foundation of infrastructural and mechanical advancement of colleges in the current computerized age. "It is our obligation to give our new era great learning opportunities, as we need to make the nation an Asian Tiger under Vision 2025 by joining the world's main 25 economies."

Emphasizing the resolve to fortify colleges, he said that development has turned into a 'cash', including that advancement requires imagination and it is the colleges where innovativeness originates from. "Pivoting a nation is a muddled and testing process, yet it is not an outlandish adventure," the priest focused.

The clergyman said that the 21st century is the century of monetary belief systems and Pakistan needs to conquer its political unsteadiness to make financial elevate. He said that the country need to take after the trademark of 'Working harder, better and more quick witted' to reinforce its financial muscle.

In his introductory statements, Dr. Mukhtar Ahmed said that the dispatch of Cloud Data Center is a route forward to understanding the HEC long for connecting up colleges through quick and compelling advancements. He said that HEC is focused on encouraging the colleges for the welfare of society and the financial elevate of the nation. He said that HEC is completely discerning of obligation to create human asset in the nation in order to make the future prosperous. "The sky is the breaking point," he underscored. Taking after the foundation of Cloud Data Center, he declared, the HEC is wanting to set up R&D Center sooner rather than later.

The HEC executive said that regardless of going through different hardships in the most recent years, is currently productively playing out its commitments with the liberal government support. "The legislature has set the development of advanced education in the nation as a first need," he kept up.

Acknowledging Huawei Technologies for giving working for the new Data Center, Dr. Mukhtar Ahmed said that the HEC-Huawei joint attempts began in 2006, including that from that point forward, the two sides have been taking a shot at different activities for the advancement of innovative headway in Pakistan. He said that under an assention amongst HEC and Huawei, the last would prepare individuals in the new advances that will be presented.

Executive General IT for HEC Anwar Amjad advised the gathering of people about the objectives set for the coming years and portrayed the historical backdrop of innovative improvement activities of HEC.

Prior, the Huawei Technologies was locked in for sending of cutting edge Modular Data Center taking into account Hybrid Cloud on driving advances. The office will develop a rich and community oriented stage to Higher Education Institutes for facilitating their administrations over the offered foundation and exploration coordinated effort stage locally in Pakistan.

Thursday, July 28, 2016

City University of Science signs partnership with SSDII

Islamabad, City University of Science and IT Peshawar and Soft Skills Development Institute International (SSDII), USA marked a vital association with at CU-Consultancy Service and Research (CU-CSR), Islamabad to address the nation's financial issues through connected exploration.

Bad habit Chancellor City University of Science and IT Professor Dr. Attaullah Shah and Chief Executive Officer of SSDII Dr. Gazan Bozai consented to the arrangement here on Thursday. Saqib Chohan Team pioneer CU-CSR and Mudassar Arif Internship and Placement officer of City University were additionally present on the event.

Under the association, both the establishments will work together in the regions of staff and understudy advancement, corporate trainings, administration preparing.

The CEO-SSDII, Dr. Gazan Bozai communicated his sharp yearning to exchange these aptitudes and information to the understudies, staff and pioneers of the instructive and exploration foundations and cooporates out in the open and private divisions of Pakistan.

The VC City University expressed gratitude toward Dr. Bozai and demonstrated his dedication to seek after the organization for the advancement of the workforce, understudies and staff of City University and other Corporate and advantages from the ability of SSDII.

The primary course under the association will be dispatched on "Corporate Leadership and Management" on August 25.

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Merit policy will be followed in transfers: Punjab Higher Education Secretary

LAHORE: (Web Desk) – Punjab Higher Education Secretary Irfan Ali has rejected the gossipy tidbits that procedure of scholastic staff's exchange/posting and new enlistment in government universities over the territory has been postponed because of disappointment of the online framework.

In an announcement, Irfan Ali said that the procedure of scholastic staff's exchange/posting will be finished in few days, including that legitimacy approach will be taken after entirely. "Our online framework is working legitimately and automated information of the considerable number of universities is accessible; there is no way of infringement of exchange strategy," he said.

Punjab Higher Education division has presented online framework for exchange/presenting of showing staff on guarantee straightforwardness and has additionally looked for applications under the new framework from willing instructors.

He told that Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif had likewise issued clear bearings in such manner.

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Yayvo.com launches get Education e-store

Karachi—The country's quickest developing internet shopping gateway, Yayvo.com has set another benchmark in Pakistan's web shopping industry by dispatching the principal ever Education e-store.

Offering a one-stop answer for the requirements of guardians, understudies, educators and schools, Yayvo permits clients to arrange online or simply call 1111-YAYVO (1111-92986), to buy school essentials like regalia and school shoes, course books, school frill, school apparatus and stationery of more than 60 schools from the nation over.

A basic piece of Yayvo School, this is a one-of-its-kind dependability program. The Yayvo School Partner Loyalty Program permits schools and universities to sign on with Yayvo.com to show their organizations' garbs, books, stationery and stock for online purchasers. Buys of any establishment's guarantee deciphers into prize focuses for the school or school which can then be recovered for things, for example, books, innovation things to redesign the school's foundation, and instructive things that improve experiential learning for more youthful understudies.

Monday, July 25, 2016

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Unicef says more than 5.6m out-of-school children of primary school age present in the country

Islamabad, Pakistan is unrealistic to meet the objectives of maintainable advancement objectives set for 2030 to give training to all with the present distribution of pending 2 for each penny of its GDP on instruction, yearly report of UNICEF says.

The yearly report of United Nations Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) propelled a month ago says, Pakistan has more than 5.6 million out-of-school offspring of grade school age. The legislature of Pakistan reports spending around 2 for each penny of GDP on training. These speculation levels are underneath the evaluated 5.5 for each penny of GDP that will be required to give instruction to all by 2030.

"There are likewise huge riches related crevices in school participation and maintenance kids in the wealthiest 20 for every penny of the populace get almost nine more years of tutoring, by and large, than kids in the poorest 20 for each penny. This riches hole is amplified by sex drawbacks among the poorest young ladies and by local differences. While Pakistan is gaining national ground in elementary school consummation, a few gatherings – strikingly poor rustic young ladies – have been abandoned," the report says.

Additionally the report says Pakistan and Nigeria are the main two nations where the under-five death rate (U5Mr) in the wealthiest and the poorest family unit is over the manageable advancement objectives (SDG) target, and stamped inconsistencies hold on between locales. The report says while the wealthiest 20 for each penny will need to cut mortality by more than half to accomplish the objective by 2030, the poorest 20 for every penny must accomplish a decrease of seventy five percent.

While investigating another marker, the report highlighted glaring incongruities in antenatal consideration and talented birth participation at the provincial level. The crevice between the wealthiest and poorest families are separately four and six times more inclined to get antenatal consideration (no less than four visits) than those from the poorest in Bangladesh and Pakistan.

"Five nations will represent more than half of the worldwide weight of under-five passings: India (17 for every penny), Nigeria (15 for every penny), Pakistan (8 for each penny), the law based republic of the Congo (7 for every penny) and Angola (5 percent)," the report says.

While welcoming the activity of money exchanges programs the report says, this system has enhanced rates of move to larger amounts of training. Pakistan's female School Stipend Programe lessened young ladies' work power investment by as much as 5 for each penny. In Bangladesh, a money exchange system was fruitful in urging young ladies to select, especially in auxiliary school, and in deferring marriage.

It is correlated to specify here that under Punjab Education Sector Reform Program, the administration of Punjab is executing a movement that offers money stipends to young ladies of evaluations (6-10) of government schools in chose locale with the targets of enhancing enlistment, expanding maintenance, decreasing sex differences and upgrading female esteem.

As indicated by Punjab Education Department, amid FY 2013-14, the project circulated stipends worth Rs1.5 billion to 411,000 young ladies selected in evaluations 6-10 in government schools in 16 out of 36 locale of Punjab specifically Bahawalnagar, Bahwalpur, Bhakkar, Chinniot, DG khan, Jhang, Kasur, Khanewal, Layyah, Lodhran, Muzaffargarh, Okara, Pakpattan, Rajanpur, Rahim Yar Khan and Vehari. The recipient young ladies are given Rs2,400 every year, in four equivalent quarterly installments subject to the state of 80% participation rate amid the period. The stipend project is being controlled through region instruction organizations and conveyed through government postal administration framework.

The Punjab Education Department report further says that a pilot action of the supplemental stipend pilot venture (Phase-I) was begun in 68 chose schools from April, 2013 for payment expanded stipend. The motivating force bundle for supplemental stipend Phase-I program is to build the stipend from Rs600 to Rs900 for young ladies in evaluations 6-8, and Rs600 to Rs1200 for young ladies in evaluations 9-10. For Phase-I, 68 schools were chosen by World Bank crosswise over six tehsils (Darya Khan, KallurKot, Mankera, Kasur, Kot RadhaKishan, and Chunian) in two stipend locale i.e. Bhakkar and Kasur.

Amid FY 2014-15, another pilot of Supplemental Stipends Pilot Project (SSPP) Phase-II has been begun to (i) expand school moves of young ladies from elementary schools to center schools and from center schools to auxiliary schools, and (ii) build maintenance in evaluations 6-10. SSPP-II has been executed in 18 tehsils of 6 regions, to be specific DG Khan, Kot Chuta and Taunsa in DG Khan; Chaubara, Karor Lalisan and Layyah in Layyah; Dunya Pur, KarorPacca and Lodhran in Lodhran; Alipur, Jatoi and Muzaffargarh in Muzaffargarh; Khanpur, Rahimyar Khan and Sadiqabad in Rahimyar Khan; and Jampur, Rajanpur and Rojhan in Rajanpur. Under SSPP-II, 659 provincial government schools in around 3600 mauzas have been sorted into three gatherings ("Treatment I – 143 schools", "Treatment II – 155 schools" and "Control – 361 schools").

The accompanying expanded motivation bundles are being offered to recipient young ladies in evaluations 6-10 in each of these gatherings: Treatment I: (i) Girls in evaluations 6-8 will get Rs900 per quarter in view of 80% participation (ii) Girls in evaluations 9-10 will get Rs1200 per quarter taking into account 80% participation. Treatment II: (i) Girls in evaluations 6-8 will get Rs900 per quarter taking into account 80% participation (ii) Girls in evaluation 9-10 get Rs2400 upon movement to this evaluation in light of 80% participation in the primary quarter of the school year + Rs1200 per quarter in light of 80% participation. Control: Girls in evaluations 6-10 will get Rs600 per quarter in light of 80% participation. This is the same advantage structure as in the first stipends program.

Sunday, July 24, 2016

Govt committed to promote technical education for development: minister

ISLAMABAD: Minister for Federal Education and p rofessional Training Muhammad Baligh ur Rehman said Thursday the administration was taking strong measures to advance specialized instruction for accomplishing financial improvement of the nation.

Talking in the senate amid inquiry hour the pastor said as a major aspect of such endeavors, the NAVTTC under Prime Minister's Youth Skill Development Program had expanded the quantity of students in the current TVET establishments in various field and exchanges to take care of the demand of learners both broadly and globally.

He said under PMYSDP Phase-III, preparing of 25,000 learners was in advancement and 25,000 youth would get preparing in the following money related year in exceedingly request driven exchanges the nation over.

He said the preparation for abroad pre-work was being overseen by Ministry of Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development.

In any case, he included two associations of Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Trainings were bestowing preparing to persons looking for job abroad and in addition in the neighborhood market.

He said all fields and employments were being secured for bestowing preparing. To the extent name of business exceptionally sought after abroad was concerned, he said Ministry of Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development got requests for occupation abroad however by and large livelihoods in Construction Sector were very requested at International level.

In the interim Minister for Inter-commonplace Coordination Riaz Hussain Pirzada said amid most recent ten years, 18 gatherings of the Council of Common Interests had been met.

He said NFC grant was never talked about in the said gatherings of CCI. While Minister for Overseas educated the House upwards of 947,718 persons were sent to various nations amid the most recent one year.

Saturday, July 23, 2016

Madrassa students share thinking pattern with society: PIPS study

Islamabad, another study, while emphasizing that the perspective of madrassa understudies is molded along the organization, to which they subscribe, noticed that their preferences and aversions about the world past the madrassa's limits, are very little not at all like the general public's by and large.

The study, 'Part of Post-Noon Engagements of Madrassa Students in Radical Orientation,' led by Pak Institute for Peace Studies (PIPS), an Islamabad-based research organization, was intended to evaluate the everyday exercises of the understudies after their study hours, which normally closes with twelve petitions. The intention was to learn whether those exercises are, regardless, in charge of radicalizing them. All things considered, at whatever point madrassas are blamed for have joins with aggressors, their executives go to the protection, saying the demonstration of individual ought not be connected to the organization as a rule.

Dr. Qibla Ayaz, previous bad habit chancellor of Peshawar University, drove the study by looking over a sum of 50 understudies and 16 educators of five madrassas in Peshawar and Islamabad.

The study found that madrassa understudies to a great extent have a self-smug and self-palatable conduct about their own instruction. The study esteemed this conduct to the understudies' powerlessness to basically survey about themselves; rather, Dr. Ayaz watched, the understudies are taught to regard themselves – the scholarly ones – better than others.

PIPS likewise called attention to that the madrassa understudies have a solid bond with their educators, intelligent from the almost consistent fulfillment of the understudies in the educational modules and instructing. In light of such a basic part of instructors, the association called for drawing in more educators in accomplishing social amicability. It is these instructors who frequently dispose of their theological college's linkages with activists.

Strikingly, the study found that while madrassa understudies are regularly depicted as acting prefer to some degree outsider from others, that won't not be the finished case. They are a piece of the same society – great or awful. For one, their inclination for specific subjects show they too may have financial worries at the top like understudies outside of theological colleges are. Indeed, even their political and ideological introduction some mirrors those of Pakistani society when all is said in done. Understudies of the madrassas in the review access three standard Urdu daily papers distributed from Peshawar and Islamabad, recommending that their wellsprings of data are like the others. Indeed, even the suppositions they read of, are incompletely partisan additionally mostly of the individuals who write in standard outlets.

As the understudies have traditionalist demeanor towards the instruction they get, they generally frame a fairly different gathering of individuals, not slightest with reference to conclusions past madrassas.

Friday, July 22, 2016

‘Toppers from humble background our heroes’

CM says Punjab govt will bear their instruction costs through PEEF;

gives away portable PC and Rs100,000 to every position-holder

LAHORE, Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif on Thursday tended to a function in Model Town, in the honor of position-holder understudies, having a place with families having exceptionally restricted assets, in the Matric examination.

The main pastor gave away tablet and check for Rs100,000 to every position-holder understudy. He reported bearing all future instructive consumption of position-holders having a place with poor families on this event and said these skilled understudies are our legends who accomplished noticeable positions in the examination through their diligent work, capacity and ability in troublesome circumstances.

The Punjab government will bear their instructive costs through Punjab Education Endowment Fund till the time they think about, he included. Shahbaz Sharif complimented position-holder understudies, their folks, educators and principals and said that today we salute these children and little girls of the country for their diligent work.

Acquiring positions by these offspring of poor families in troublesome circumstances is considerable and it demonstrates that on the off chance that one buckles down then entryways of achievement are consequently open. He said that guardians of these kids had taught them by diminishing their consumption who additionally had respected their folks. He said these understudies had a place with those families where obtaining training was inconceivable yet they accomplished this spot through their diligent work and the whole country was glad for their prosperity. He said these were the sparkling stars of Pakistan as they buckled down and accomplished preferred position over the offspring of the rich.

Tending to position-holder understudies, Shahbaz Sharif said a basic however an amazing service had been held in the honor of these offspring of the country who got positions in the examination of Matric regardless of troublesome conditions and less assets.

He saluted position-holders, their folks and educators from the center of his heart. He said the point of holding this straightforward service was that the saints of the country ought to be brought before the country.

He reported that these position-holders of poor families would be researchers of Punjab Educational Endowment Fund and would study to any level they need. He said that the length of these understudies would keep up their position through diligent work and push ahead in training field, procedure of procurement of assets through instructive assets would be proceeded for them as they had made an extraordinary showing with regards to and the whole country was glad for them.

MPs: Parliamentarians having a place with various areas approached Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif here Thursday.

As indicated by a freebee, talking on the event, the main pastor said that under the administration of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, the legislature was walking quickly towards the destination of advancement of Pakistan and thriving of the general population. He said some political components were out to stop this voyage of improvement.

sun based vitality: Shahbaz Sharif managed a meeting Thursday which investigated diverse matters of the project of moving schools and essential wellbeing focuses (BHCs) of the territory on sun powered vitality.

Tending to the meeting, Shahbaz Sharif said that work on project of changing over more than 4,000 schools on sun based vitality by making them off network ought to be sent expediently and globally rumored organizations chose for the system in a straightforward way. He focused upon the need of working in an expert way on this project and included that exceptional consideration ought to be paid to its quality.

´Ghost schools´ haunt Pakistan despite budget boost

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan's instruction spending plan has multiplied as of late - to practically as much as the military's - yet proficiency and dropout rates stay wretched and "phantom schools" hold on, another report said.

A stunning 24 million kids are not in school and more than half of eight-year-olds can't read in spite of the spending growing twofold to $7.5 billion in the most recent six years, the report from the US-based Wilson Center discharged Thursday found.

Pakistan's poor report card comes even as the quantity of supposed apparition schools - which get subsidizing yet have no instructors or understudies - has declined in a few ranges.

Across the nation there were less apparition schools than in the mid 2000s when up to 20 percent of all schools the nation over were vacant, the study called "Pakistan's Education Crisis: The Real Story" said.

The United States, Britain and the World Bank have emptied cash into Pakistan's stagnating government funded instruction division, seen as a key weapon against religious radicalism and rising salary disparity.

Be that as it may, the quantity of youngsters out of school today is second just to Nigeria, and the South Asian nation of around 200 million individuals has a grown-up proficiency rate of 56.4 percent the same number of guardians see little use in putting their kids in school, the report included.

It found that albeit consolidated spending in the general population and private schooling areas was above four percent - the all inclusive acknowledged benchmark for instruction spending - cash was not being spent shrewdly.

"Pakistan's instruction emergency does not boil down to how much the nation spends, yet how the cash is spent," said report creator Nadia Naviwala.

"Pakistan needs to spend better, not just spend more."

She included instruction spending was right around a standard with the capable military, which has a financial plan of $8.2 billion for 2016.

The study enlisted that there had been upgrades regardless of a few misfortunes.

In Punjab, the nation's most crowded area, instructor truancy dropped from 20 percent to six percent somewhere around 2010 and 2015.

Be that as it may, the ascent in subsidizing - for the most part spent on compensation supports for instructors - has had little impact.

In Sindh area, state sanctioned test scores of fifth and 6th graders, or youngsters matured 10 and 11, demonstrated zero change somewhere around 2012 and 2014. Changes in different territories were likewise minimal.

England's advancement organization is the essential giver, giving $150 million in 2016, or around two percent of Pakistan's general instruction spending plan.

Thursday, July 21, 2016

NAB raids education dept offices to seize records

Karachi, The National Accountability Bureau directed an attack at the workplaces of the commonplace training division inside the premises of the Sindh Secretariat on Friday.

Catch colleague executive Asif Jahangir and his group directed the strike to grab the "first records" of around 1,300 arrangements made in 2012.

The Sindh bookkeeper general and a few divisions have communicated their reservations over these arrangements, saying that 1,300 instructors were contracted without satisfying the prerequisites.

The then training pastor and his helpers were rebuked for these "unlawful" arrangements.

In later past, the instruction secretary had fired the administrations of these representatives, taking note of that none of them were qualified to fill in as educators.

Grab keeps up that these authorities took cash for these arrangements.

The NAB aide executive said the announcements a few representatives were recorded in the attack and showed that more assaults could be directed if required.

Abdul Azeem, an evaluation BPS-18 drawing and dispensing officer, told The News that it was not an assault, rather a normal visit as it was not the first occasion when that NAB authorities had gone by the workplaces of the instruction division. He included that the NAB aide executive needed points of interest of the arrangements made amid 2012 and he was educated that every pertinent record and arrangements of workers had as of now been given over to NAB.

The officer said the training division was completely participating with NAB and had as of now gave it every one of the records concerned. "We will keep coordinating with every national division," he included

Azeem said a few authorities had acquired safeguard from the Sindh High Court and NAB ought to approach the individuals who may have been included in wrongdoing as opposed to aggravating 'guiltless" representatives of the office.

Idress Bughio, the instruction administrator in Jamshed Town, said the front man for the previous schools executive Abdul Wahab Abbasi was captured on Friday.

In February 2015, the Anti-Corruption Establishment Sindh had captured Abdul Wahad Abbasi and a couple of different officers of the instruction office for their charged contribution in a noteworthy misappropriation trick. Later, he got safeguard from a court.

The previous schools chief is blamed for misusing stores and contracting phantom instructors in the training office.

An ACE authority said there was confirmation of Abbasi and other authorities' association in theft stores through sham annuity cases and withdrawal of a huge number of rupees from government accounts.

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

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Boards across Punjab declare matric results 2016

Lahore, The boards of intermediate and secondary education across Punjab announced the results of secondary school certificate (SSC) annual examination 2016 on Wednesday. The result will be uploaded by the board on its website by 10:00 a.m.

In Lahore, the results would be announced at a ceremony at 10am at BISE’s office. As many as 556,134 boys and 506,358 girls had appeared in the examination across the province.

As many as 216,688 candidates had sat the examination under the Lahore board. The statement said an announcement regarding positions would be made on July 19.

Students can obtain their result by sending an SMS on the number 80029 by writing their roll number in the message body.

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Malala shocked as weeping Burundian girls recall rape

MAHAMA (Rwanda): More than twelve schoolgirls separated in tears as one educated Malala Yousafzai regarding the assaults they encountered and saw while escaping to Rwanda in 2015 to escape battling in Burundi.

The 19-year-old Pakistani instruction dissident was unmistakably moved by the wailing Burundian displaced people.

"It's to a great degree stunning," the world's most youthful Nobel laureate said amid a visit to Rwanda's Mahama displaced person camp.

"It's exceptionally awful their stories, extremely moving and enthusiastic."

Burundi has been buried in a year-long emergency that has slaughtered more than 450 individuals and constrained 270,000 to escape since President Pierre Nkurunziza sought after and won a third term. Adversaries said his turn disregarded the nation's constitution and an arrangement that finished a common war in 2005.

Ange-Mireille Ndikum­wen­ayo was on a transport making a beeline for Rwanda in May 2015 when she saw two young ladies being pack assaulted by the roadside.

"They attempted to run and requested help however nobody could help them since they had weapons," said the 20-year-old, alluding to the Imbonerakure, the decision gathering's childhood wing which rights bunches say has assaulted and tormented government rivals, charges it denies. "It made meextremely upset."

Malala's dad, Ziauddin Yousafzai, contrasted the young ladies with his little girl, reviewing how she had cried when she heard on the radio in 2009 that the Taliban in Pakistan had issued a decree banning young ladies from going to class.

"She cried as you cry," he said amid the visit to the camp on Thursday. "Be that as it may, you know, first you cry, then you shout and afterward you yell and raise your voice for your rights... At the point when there is night, there is a day break."

Most of the 50,000 Burundian evacuees living in Mahama camp in southeastern Rwanda are kids.

There are around 12 fresh introductions every day, said the United Nations evacuee office's Paul Kenya, head of Kirehe field office, regularly youngsters voyaging alone.

"Some are being requested that now join the political party and the volunteer army and they are denying and afterward they are compelled to escape," he said.

Individuals whose families are known not fled to Rwanda regularly fall under suspicion and need to leave too, he included.

Very nearly 65 for every penny of Mahama's evacuees originate from Burundi's outskirt territory of Kirundo as barriers make it troublesome for individuals living further south to leave the nation, he said.

"They were being beaten to clarify why they were escaping," he said. "They were blamed for being spies."

Relations amongst Rwanda and Burundi are strained after a report submitted to the UN Security Council that blamed Rwanda for preparing and financing Burundian radicals, charges Rwanda denies.

The Burundi emergency has started concerns it could winding into an ethnic clash in a locale where recollections of Rwanda's 1994 genocide are new.

As indicated by the report, the radicals – including six youngsters – said they had been selected in Mahama camp, an issue that Malala raised on Wednesday with Rwandan President Paul Kagame.

"It is their age to get training... not [to be] sent back as contenders to their nation," she said.

Monday, July 18, 2016

Smart School project approved

ISLAMABAD: The Ministry of Planning, Development and Reform on Thursday gave a thumbs up to the Smart School venture.

Under the venture, 24 schools in the government capital and eight in the region will be changed into shrewd schools by utilizing mixed learning keeping in mind the end goal to enhance the nature of training.

Mixed learning is a formal training program in which an understudy learns, at any rate to a limited extent, however the conveyance of substance by means of computerized and online media.

The administration had reserved Rs100 million for the savvy school venture in the monetary year 2015-16 and the Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) couldn't begin the undertaking then. It is gone for changing the way of life and routine of memory-based learning.

In the financial year 2016-17, Rs200 million were assigned for the task.

"Shrewd schools for tomorrow is the vision of our legislature and for this we will utilize mixed learning techniques so as to motivate inventiveness," said the Federal Minister for Planning, Development and Reform Ahsan Iqbal while leading a meeting at the Planning Commission for auditing progress on the task.

The clergyman coordinated the Capital Administration and Development Division (CADD) to make the keen school extend a leader extend and to build up the instruction framework in Islamabad so it serves as a model for the entire nation.

The meeting was gone to by CADD Minister Dr Triq Fazal Chaudhry and different authorities from CADD and the arranging service.

The venture will present PC based learning in government schools. The pastor said the central government will assume a strong part to acquire upgrades training, despite the fact that it is a regressed subject.

He said savvy schools was a piece of the head administrator's instruction changes which are going for "better schools for tomorrow".

The venture was begun in 1999, he said, and had it been proceeded there would have been 3,000 keen schools in the nation. He said the toppling of the administration then had slowed down the undertaking.

Mr Iqbal said the venture's prosperity relied on upon how very much prepared instructors and head educators were.

CADD clergyman Dr Chaudhry welcomed the arranging service's thoughts for conveying change to the instruction framework and said his service will give all the help and assets required.

The task worth Rs677 million will be finished in three years.

Sunday, July 17, 2016

Boards across Punjab to announce matric results 2016 on July 20

LAHORE – The sheets of middle and optional instruction crosswise over Punjab would report the aftereffects of the yearly registration examination 2016 on July 20, an announcement issued by the Lahore Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) said.

In Lahore, the outcomes would be declared at a function at 10am at BISE's office. Upwards of 556,134 young men and 506,358 young ladies had showed up in the examination over the area.

Upwards of 216,688 hopefuls had sat the examination under the Lahore board. The announcement said a declaration with respect to positions would be made on July 19.

Saturday, July 16, 2016

Students awarded certificates for Pakistan-Sri Lanka friendship anthem

Pakistan's High Commissioner to Sri Lanka on Wednesday recognized the administrations of understudies of Pakistan Culture Education and Urdu Language Center for creating, forming and exhibiting the principal ever Pakistan Sri Lanka companionship Anthem.

The High Commissioner of Pakistan in Sri Lanka Maj Gen (Retd) Syed Shakeel Hussain displayed the Certificates of legitimacy to the understudies for their worthy administration for the Pakistan-Sri Lanka fellowship Anthem.

The head of the Anthem adulating Pakistan Sri Lanka persisting companionship was propelled in Urdu, Sinhala and Tamil dialects without precedent for January 2016 within the sight of Prime Minister of Pakistan Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and Prime Minister of Sri Lanka Ranil Wickramasinghe in Colombo.

The veteran Sri Lankan telecaster, media specialist and Chairman Kashmir Study Forum Sri Lanka Mohamed Jamaludeen had composed and created the Pakistan-Sri Lanka companionship Anthem.

Friday, July 15, 2016

KP govt to upgrade special education institutes up to secondary level

In an offer to guarantee the procurement of an optional level instruction to physically incapacitated persons, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) government has taken the activity of upgradation and development of a custom curriculum organizations up to auxiliary level in every division of the territory.

Sources conscious of the improvement told Pakistan Today that under the plan, ugradation of visually impaired school for young ladies at Nankpura and almost totally senseless school for young men at Gulbahar Peshawar have as of now been affirmed.

They trusted that upgradation of the two schools is prone to be finished by June 30, 2017 and higher classes would be initiated in 2018.

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) drove government in KP gives uncommon accentuation to instruction and even to the training of the exceptional individuals; consequently the administration chose to redesign and build custom curriculum organizations in every division of the area.

Sources said that the commonplace government reserved Rs 400 million for the plan under the proposed ADP 2016-17 for a time of three years.

They said that the choice was taken on the grounds that the exceptional individuals couldn't get advanced education because of non-accessibility of foundations and left their training most of the way in spite of being skilled.

As per the reports accessible with Pakistan Today, there are 38 useful government custom curriculum focuses in KP. Out of utilitarian 38 focuses, there are four (11%) male just, two (5%) are female just and 32 (84%) are co-instruction. Out of aggregate focuses, 23 are essential level, ten are center level and five are higher auxiliary level.

All these focuses are situated in the urban territories and the main ADP Mentally Retarded; Physically Handicapped focus is situated in region Upper Dir.

There are 2,343 understudies selected in the administration custom curriculum focuses of which 1,847 (79%) are male, while 496 (21%) are female.

The archives uncovered that amid the present year, the enlistment has expanded by 2.90%.

The circulation of enlistment by the sort of focus is 333 (14%) in outwardly debilitated, 1,327 (57%) in almost totally senseless, and 683(29%) in rationally hindered and physically incapacitated focuses.

The archives said that out of the aggregate 38 focuses, 10 are for outwardly impaired, 14 for almost totally senseless, while 14 are for rationally impeded and physically incapacitated persons.

As indicated by the subtle element, out of 38 focuses, 20 are working in the administration structures, though 18 are in leased structures.

Out of the aggregate specialized curriculum focuses, eight focuses are in Peshawar, four in Mardan while Abbottabad, D.I.Khan, Mansehra, Kohat and Lower Dir each has three focuses.

Lakki Marwat, Battagram, Bunner, Upper Dir, Tank, Karak and Shangla are among the noticeable locale having no custom curriculum focuses.

Thursday, July 14, 2016

Pakistan, Turkey seek to collaborate in vocational education

Turkish Ambassador Sadik Bab├╝r Girgin approached the National Vocational and Training Technical Commission (NAVTTC) Executive Director Zulfiqar Ahmad Cheema at the commission's central command on Thursday, to talk about advancement and trade in the professional and instructive field between the two nations and to investigate new territories of specialized preparing.

Cheema advised the diplomat about the late activities taken by the NAVTTC to present changes in the present specialized professional instruction and preparing (TVET) arrangement of Pakistan.

The official executive stressed that the developing populace of youth was the most significant resource of Pakistan, and there was a desperate need to clean their abilities in different professional fields so they contributed towards the economical improvement of the nation.

He encouraged that the two nations upgraded their coordinated effort, to reboot the TVET framework in Pakistan.

The minister commended the strides taken by the NAVTTC and clarified how Turkey had exceeded expectations in the field of development and friendliness, and had earned overall acknowledgment in those exchanges.

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

HEC rewards outstanding faculty & researchers

ISLAMABAD – The Higher Education Commission (HEC) facilitated a high achiever's function respecting analysts and authors on Thursday, the fifth such occasion in its history.

The occasion, facilitated at the Islamabad Secretariat of the HEC, honored educationists in four unique classes i.e Best Research Paper, Best Young Research Scholar, Best Innovator, and Best Book.

Tending to the gathering of people on the event, Federal Minister for Science and Technology Rana Tanveer Hussain said, "We need to bolster and energize youthful scientists on the off chance that we look to advance and exceed expectations as a country".

HEC Chairman Dr. Mukhtar Ahmed advised the priest on HEC activities to guarantee the high caliber of training and research. He said the quantity of exploration diaries had expanded significantly, from 800 in 2002, to more than 10,000 in 2014-15, as the training commission had furnished analysts with a helpful domain.

Eight controls including Basic and Applied Sciences, Biological Sciences, Pure Engineering, Computer Sciences, Social Sciences, Management Sciences, and Arts and Humanities were considered while giving out the recompenses.

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Pakistani start-up wins third prize at Stanford University

A start-up called Wonder Tree creates intelligent reality-based amusements for youngsters with unique needs by utilizing the Microsoft Kinect innovation. It concentrates on home-based non-intrusive treatment, biofeedback and track as Pakistani start-up packed away third prize on Saturday at an opposition held at Stanford University.

Out of 1074 introductory candidates of the Global Innovation through Science and Technology (GIST) TECH-I start-up rivalry at Stanford. Wonder tree start-up was then shortlisted as one of the 15 finalists among them and in the long run won the third prize at the opposition.

Individuals from the group incorporate eminent clinicians and educators who comprehend kids with uncommon needs.

Significance is a yearly rivalry that takes into account business people from rising economies of the world.

"The whole voyage has been a priceless learning open door for us. Winning today accepts what my fellow benefactors and I have been chipping away at for as long as eighteen months and demonstrates that our recreations can upset the learning educational programs for kids with uncommon needs far and wide, "said CEO of Wonder Tree, Muhammad Waqas.

Fellow benefactor of Wonder Tree, Muhammad Usman talked about enhancing instruction for extraordinary youngsters . "We are taking thoughts of enhancing training for uncommon kids above and beyond and attempting to transform creative ability into reality with the assistance of innovation"

Another fellow benefactor Ahmed Hassan approved Usman's words furthermore expressed gratitude toward loved ones for their backing.

President of P@SHA and The Nest I/O, Jehan Ara communicated her enormous pride at Wonder Tree's accomplishments, the start-up that was brooded at The Nest I/O. "To see their energy and diligent work perceived at a worldwide occasion in Silicon Valley implies so much," said Jehan Ara.

The start-up has likewise joined forces with different establishments, in particular, IPP (Institute for Personal Psychology), DOW University of Health Sciences, Special Olympics Pakistan and KVTC (Karachi Vocational and Training Center)

Wonder Tree has beforehand taken an interest in the P@SHA ICT Awards 2015 furthermore spoke to Pakistan at APICTA 2015. The start up likewise got the P@SHA Social Innovative Fund.

Essence was a piece of 2016's Global Entrepreneurship Summit where any semblance of President Obama, Mark Zukerberg of Facebook, Sundar Pichal of Google among numerous other prominent identities were welcome to talks and board exchanges.

Monday, July 11, 2016

Pakistani student breaks Denmark’s grading scale record

A Pakistani understudy in Denmark has broken the nation's greatest reviewing size of 12 to accomplish a towering high normal of 13.6.

Seven years prior, Jawad Shafique's senior sibling did likewise with a normal of 12.3 however this time it is him — the 'miracle kid' as his educators affectionately call him.

"It feels great. I have had the goal to do well and I have at long last succeeded in it," said Jawad, who simply moved on from Niels Brock Business College in the Danish capital of Copenhagen.

As indicated by nearby supporter TV2, since the siblings were youthful, their folks instructed them to focus on their training and endeavor to secure decent evaluations.

"When they have a decent training with high evaluations they can experience their lives better," said Jawad's mom Nusrat Shafique.

"I am glad for my kids. I am just so happy that they have done well. The best thing you can give your kids is a decent instruction," she said.

The youthful graduate trusts that his training can lead him to turn his fantasy of getting a high position in the Danish business group into reality.

In 2009, Awais Shafique had moved on from Ishoj Technical College with a normal of 12.3 however it didn't frighten Jawad, his more youthful sibling.

"My sibling showed signs of improvement evaluations than my sister, and after that I simply have secured superior to anything him. I simply get a hold of myself to do well," said Jawad.

Jawad's mom moved to Denmark as a seven-year-old. Nusrat fills in as a guide in Danish Bank while her better half, Mohammad Shafique, acts as an advisor at Danfoss.

Jawad's senior sibling Awais was headhunted for a specialist position at Boston Consulting Group (BCG) after he finished his graduation in International Business from CBS.

Sunday, July 10, 2016

Principals of teaching hospitals given one month to improve performance

Every one of the principals of various restorative schools have been coordinated to enhance the administrative issues, keep up control and guarantee the nearness of specialists, medical attendants, cleanliness and working of biomedical hardware in their connected showing healing centers inside a month. The administration, interestingly, has dispensed Rs 24 billion for particular social insurance and medicinal training and every one of the authorities concerned have been requested that endeavor to accomplish the objectives altered by Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif.

This was expressed by the Punjab Specialized Healthcare and Medical Education Department (SH and ME) Secretary Najam Ahmed Shah while tending to a meeting of the considerable number of principals of open segment medicinal universities held under the chairmanship of the Advisor to the Chief Minister on Health Khawaja Salman Rafique at the Civil Secretariat on Sunday.

SH and ME Special Secretary Dr Sajid Mehmood Chohan, Additional. Secretary Dr Salman Shahid and Medical Education DS Dr Nasir Shakir were likewise present in the meeting. Najam Ahmed Shah said that administration has additionally issued guidelines to the divisional chiefs to pay shock visits to the healing centers to check the execution of these organizations. He cautioned that zero resistance approach will be embraced in the matters of healing centers' working.

Najam Shah said: "As the leader of the organization, it is the obligation of the main to screen the authoritative issues of the joined showing healing facility and correct the issues". He coordinated that exceptional consideration ought to be paid to enhance the working of the crisis division of the healing facilities, cleanliness and cleanliness ought to be kept up in the wards, toilets and different spots, the nearness of specialists, medical attendants in the wards ought to likewise be guaranteed. He coordinated that all the biomedical hardware must be in working condition. He advance said that his office is prepared to assist them. He watched that these establishments and assignments have given regard and respect to every one of us in the general public and we ought to buckle down for the improvement of the normal man. He said that open administration requests penances and the officers ought to execute their obligations with devotion and ought to think of it as an all day work.

Salman Rafique said that however the general population appended to the wellbeing calling are doing a considerable measure of work, yet there is a need to play out our obligations and regulatory obligations on a most optimized plan of attack. He said that administration issues ought to be determined on a need premise for enhancing working and execution of the showing healing facilities and this is not low maintenance work.

"We need to leave the conventional lazy style and embrace the propensity for diligent work with expert energy," he finished up.

Saturday, July 9, 2016

KP govt concentrating on quality education

Abbottabad—The Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Parvez Khattak Sunday reported a Rs. one million money prize for each one of those understudies of open segment government schools who make it up among the main ten position holders in their particular BISE in the Province. This trade prize will be out expansion to the legitimacy grants and different prizes honored of course. Consistently each of the eight BISEs in KP is recompensing a National ability grant of Rs.10, 000/ - every month for a long time to the main a quarter century position holders i.e science Group-I7 and Humanities/Arts Group-8 however this declaration is solely for the understudies of government schools where for the most part the poor guardians sent their kin.

The Chief Minister made this declaration while giving over a check of Rs.500,000/ - to one Faisal an extraordinary kid from an administration High School in Haripur yet making it to the top position in the as of late announced SSC results by the BISE, Abbottabad.

KP Minister for Education Mohammad Atif and Minister Health, Science and Technology Shahram Khan Tarakai were likewise present on this event. The Chief Minister likewise reported that other than this prize and normal grants the exceptional uncommon tyke will be given a portable workstation too. He stayed with the gifted however crippled tyke for a long while and said that this accomplishment is a proof of the diligent work of an understudy and duty. He said that his legislature is focusing on enhancing the standard and nature of training in people in general segment foundations where principally the poor understudies read and in this manner the crevice between poor people and the rich limited.

Conversing with Minister Education Mohammad Atif, Chief Minister focused on that the codal conventions for these grants and money prizes be settled on earnest premise so that the capable understudies are given greatest advantages of it.

Friday, July 8, 2016

3-year LLB violative of legal education rules: PBC

Islamabad—Pakistan Bar Council (PBC) has communicated alarm over notices of a few colleges with respect to admission to three-year LLB program for scholastic year 2016-17.

Leading a meeting of Legal Education Committee of PBC here, its executive Muhammad Shoaib Shaheen said the three-year LLB system was violative of the Pakistan Bar Council Legal Education Rules, 2015.

He said under the guidelines, the colleges bestowing lawful instruction, were required to give confirmations for scholarly year 2016-17 on the premise five-year LLB program rather than three-year LLB program as the last stood annulled after the proclamation of the 'Pakistan Bar Council Legal Education Rules, 2015' in December, 2015. Every one of the colleges, he said, were appropriately educated not long after proclamation of the Rules vide letters dated 22-01-2016.

The advisory group called upon every one of the colleges conferring lawful training to guarantee that admission to LLB classes for the scholastic year 2016-17, must be made on the premise of 5-year LLB program, as required under the guidelines and if there should be an occurrence of disappointment with respect to any college to do as such, would render it to an activity which may stretch out even to its de-acknowledgment.

It likewise prompted the understudies envious to get affirmation in LLB classes for the scholarly year 2016-17 to note that their confirmation and procuring level of 5-year LLB system would just make them qualified for enrolment as supporter with a bar gathering.— APP

Thursday, July 7, 2016

QAU land lease plan has few takers

Islamabad, So strapped for money is the Quaid-i-Azam University that it has wanted to give away 17 sections of land of arrive on its primary grounds to the Pakistan Institute of Development Economics, a degree-honoring establishment, on lease for Rs500 million, sources said.

They said actually, the PIDE plans to utilize the looked for after area for setting up own grounds however the Capital Development Authority has officially designated it around 18 sections of land of area in H-11/2 for the reason.

Be that as it may, there're couple of takers for the area lease arrangement.

To start with, it was senior educators and a few individuals from the syndicate, the most noteworthy basic leadership body at the QAU, who restricted the arrangement demanding initial a sizeable part of the college area is as of now involved and second if the area is once "sold" for cash, the demonstration will be rehashed in future under comparative circumstances.

What's more, now, a huge lion's share of the QAU graduated class rejects the arrangement.

The QAU Almuni Association held an online choice among its individuals about it generally.

The arrangement didn't sit well with more than 95 members, who rejected it by and large and asked the administration to report an uncommon money related bundle for the college to address its issues.

Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Indian schoolgirl held over exam cheating scandal

NEW DELHI: Police have captured a schoolgirl in upper east India for purportedly tricking amid weight stuffed exams that saw her come top in the state in a developing embarrassment, a senior officer said on Sunday.

Prevailing voices in the devastated condition of Bihar have gone under serious weight to take action against tricking this year amid pivotal school-leaving exams sat by a huge number of understudies.

Educators and state instruction authorities were left red-confronted a year ago after TV footage indicated scores of edgy guardians and others scaling external dividers of structures to pass books and bits of paper to understudies inside taking exams.

Police on Saturday captured the 17-year-old, who picked up the most astounding results in the state for year 12 in humanities, in the wake of issuing warrants for a string of exam-garnish understudies.

Powers got to be suspicious after the young lady, when tested by a TV journalist this month, neglected to accurately spell "political science", which she had been contemplating. She included that she thought the subject included cooking.

Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Over 2 million studying in madrassas have right over govt funds: Imran

PESHAWAR: The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) administrator Imran Khan on Sunday protected the allotment of Rs300 million for the Darul Uloom Haqqania and said that more than two million kids are concentrating on in religious theological colleges and they have the directly over government assets to be utilized for their training on present day lines empowering them to contend in the cutting edge world.

Tending to a question and answer session at the Chief Minster's House, the PTI boss said that in regards to 2.2 million kids examining in various madrassas should have been instructed in contemporary controls and the administration needs to change these organizations in the nation.

The PTI government, he said, began this change activity from the Darul Uloom Haqqania for which the sum being referred to has been apportioned. He said just eight lakh youngsters are examining in English medium schools while the theological colleges are pleasing 22 million kids which legitimize the designation of assets to change these establishments.

It is to be said here that the PTI-drove coalition government in its financial plan for the following monetary distributed Rs300 million to religious theological college Darul Uloom Haqqania situated in Akora Khattak, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

Reacting to an inquiry, Imran Khan cleared up that allotment of Rs300 million for the Darul Uloom was a piece of the National Action Plan (NAP) to bring the religious theological schools into standard.

He said the common government has begun this activity from Darul Uloom Haqqania and the sum is not an award, rather it is a portion went for bringing the theological college into the standard by improving its aggregate framework. He said the commonplace government would screen the spending the of the sum under which PCs and other gear would be given to it and the secondary school situating on the premises of the madrassa would be moved up to the level of school.

The PTI boss said that even in Musharraf's period a project to change the theological colleges was dispatched, yet the arrangement couldn't be emerged. He said the commonplace government has led the pack and started the arrangement to change madrassas in the territory.

Flanked by Chief Minister Pervaiz Khattak and others, the PTI boss said that Maulana Fazlur Rehman's gathering in its time additionally offered gifts to madrassas, yet today he is making clamor on the assignment of assets to these foundations for changes.

About the renunciation and consequent charges of the previous executive Board of Directors (BOD) of the Pakhtunkhwa Energy Development Organization (Pedo), Shakeel Durrani, Imran said the senior official was acquired for improvement of the segment, yet he ended up being an obstacle in the method for the advancement of the force and vitality division.

Be that as it may, about the defilement charges, he said Minister for Power and Energy Atif Khan would safeguard the same in the courtroom. To another inquiry concerning gossipy tidbits with respect to the in-house change in the common gathering to supplant Pervaiz Khattak, he said, "Pervez Khattak is not squandering the state cash all alone attention like Sharif siblings do."

He said the wellbeing spending plan has been expanded to Rs25 billion from Rs8 billion and soon all the enormous healing centers in the area would be under autonomous sheets. He additionally offered the High Court to discard the stay request in such manner so that the common government could proceed onward with its wellbeing changes plan.

Imran declined to remark on the comments of Information Minister Pervaiz Rashid who reprimanded PTI boss for propelling hostile to Nawaz development. In any case, he alluded to the shopping of the prime minster in London and said to keep Nawaz Sharif in Pakistan the Herald Store would need to be implicit the nation.

Monday, July 4, 2016

Medical colleges directed to resolve admin issues

LAHORE, All the principals of restorative schools have been coordinated to determine the administrative issues, look after control, guarantee nearness of specialists, medical attendants, cleanliness and working of biomedical hardware in their connected showing healing centers inside a month.

Government, interestingly has dispensed Rs24 billion for specific medicinal services and therapeutic instruction and all the officers concerned need to endeavor to accomplish the objectives altered by Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif.

This was expressed by the Secretary Specialized Healthcare and Medical Education Department Punjab Najam Ahmed Shah while tending to a meeting of the considerable number of principals of open division medicinal schools held under the chairmanship of the counsel to the central pastor on wellbeing Khawaja Salman Rafique at Civil Secretariat, as indicated by a gift issued here on Sunday.

Moreover, Vice-Chancellor King Edward Medical University, Principals of all the therapeutic schools of Punjab went to the meeting.

Uncommon Secretary Specialized Healthcare and Medical Education Dr Sajid Mehmood Chohan, Additional Secretary Technical Dr Salman Shahid and DS Medical Education Dr Nasir Shakir were likewise present in the meeting.

Najam Ahmed Shah said the administration had additionally issued guidelines to the divisional officials to pay shock visits to the healing facilities to check the execution of these establishments. He cautioned that zero-resistance strategy would be embraced in the matters of healing facilities working. Najam Shah said as leader of the organization it was the obligation of the key to screen the managerial issues of the appended showing healing facility and correct the issues. He coordinated that unique consideration ought to be paid to enhance the working of Emergency Department of the clinics, cleanliness and cleanliness kept up in the wards, toilets and different spots, nearness of specialists, attendants in the wards additionally be guaranteed. He coordinated that all the biomedical hardware must be in working condition. Secretary SH&ME further said that his office was prepared to assist them. He watched that these organizations and assignments had given regard and respect to every one of us in the general public and we ought to buckle down for the improvement of normal man. He said that open administration requests penances and the officers ought to execute their obligations with commitment and considering it as all day work.

Kh Salman Rafique said that however the general population appended to the wellbeing calling were doing a considerable measure of work yet there was a need to play out our obligations and managerial obligations on a most optimized plan of attack. He said that administration issues ought to be determined on need premise for enhancing working and execution of the showing doctor's facilities and this was not low maintenance work. He watched that we need to leave conventional torpid style and receive propensity for persevering with expert enthusiasm.

Execution of sickness anticipation arrangement talked about: Adviser to Chief Minister on Health Khawaja Salman Rafique, Primary and Secondary Healthcare Punjab Secretary Ali Jan and Pakistan Kidney and Liver Institute (PKLI) President Dr Saeed Akhter investigated the zones of joint effort amongst PKLI and the Punjab government in propelling a strong arrangement for counteractive action of maladies in Punjab in a meeting held at PKLI Secretariat.

As indicated by a freebee issued here on Sunday, a group of specialists from the US, who have resolved to come to Pakistan and join PKLI for the arrangement and execution, likewise went to the meeting through video join.

Dr Saeed Akhter said that avoidance of viral hepatitis was one of the real goals of PKLI and the organization wanted to dispatch its clinical action soon. He said that the counteractive action arrangement would not just create a vigorous database for each patient that would experience the procedure additionally put a noteworthy spotlight on recognizing and keeping the related danger variables with the malady. He said that to run the project effectively, both PKLI and the Punjab government expected to cooperate.

While examining the significance of consolidated endeavors of different partners like patients, private and open doctor's facilities and the legislature, the essential and optional social insurance Punjab secretary said the backing gave by government coupled a solid specialized/exploratory backing from doctor's facilities could bring about compelling execution of the project.

He said that to keep the spread of disease, the administration had recognized the high hazard gatherings, for example, detainees, healing center laborers, IDUs, male and female sex specialists, truck drivers, dental practitioners, stylists and individuals who get body piercings and arranged a huge scale inoculation for them.

Dr Ammara Naveed from the US refered to sickness reconnaissance, blood security, disease control, training and treatment as the significant goals of the PKLI anticipation arrangement. She said an enormous open mindfulness battle through print and electronic and also online networking, classes and workshops would be required to instruct individuals in such manner.

Dr Bilal from the US valued the level of comprehension and worry by the legislature. He said the distinction or deferral in designation and arrival of assets appeared to be one of the real obstacles to viable execution of aversion projects at government level. He said center ought to be put on taking additional measures for cleanliness in the techniques like endoscopy. Dr Saeed said that strides must be taken to pull in and hold committed human asset for this reason.

Inspiration ought to be driven by great working conditions, worker self-governance and focused pay rates, he said.

Sunday, July 3, 2016

Sindh Textbook Board chairman transferred second time in 11 months

Karachi, The Sindh government has issued a notice for the exchange of Sindh Textbook Board (STB) Chairman Syed Zakir Ali for the second time in 11 months.

A warning to this impact was issued on June 24, The News learnt on Saturday.

As indicated by the warning issued by Sindh Chief Secretary Muhammad Siddique Memon, Syed Zakir Ali has been exchanged as exceptional secretary to the training and proficiency office with quick impact. Partner Professor Qadir Bux Rind (BPS-19), an authority of the directorate of private organizations in Hyderabad is to supplant Zakir Ali as the STB administrator.

A comparative warning had been issued on January 20 for the exchange of Qadir Bux Rind to the post of STB director, yet both training pastor Nisar Ahmed Khuhro and secretary instruction Dr Fazlullah Pechuho, responded firmly and had Zakir Ali reappointed on the post. The notice was later pulled back by the main secretary inside three working days.

Skin has been encompassed in discussions and was expelled from the post of STB executive after genuine assertions of debasement were leveled against him. "He has still not been absolved from the charges and the examination is as yet continuous," a senior authority of the common instruction office told The News on the state of namelessness.

He said the before warning issued in January had been pulled back after solid restriction from training clergyman Nisar Ahmed Khuhro and secretary Dr Fazlullah Pechuho because of Rind's charged inclusion in genuine theft because of which he has been under scrutiny by the National Accountability Bureau since 2011.

The News learnt that when Rind was attempting to get back as the STB administrator in January, training pastor Nisar Ahmed Khuhro had known about the circumstance. The pastor on January 15 had issued a notice to all authorities in the division cautioning and informing them that Rind was attempting to draw strings to get re-posted as the STB executive Jamshoro, encouraging authorities not to consider him at any expense.

The clergyman had expressed in his update that Rind was a non-framework officer and was likewise under scrutiny of NAB for purportedly being required in monstrous debasement, firmly exhorting authorities against considering the authority for any post in the division.

"Skin was posted in the STB somewhere around 2003 and 2004 as a secretary furthermore held the extra charge of executive (a post of BPS-20) a few times. Amid the budgetary year 2010-11, the NAB had propelled a request against him because of development installment made to paper factory proprietors in Lahore. The case is yet to be finished up," the update expressed.

The training secretary Dr Fazlullah Pechuho likewise had grave worries over the posting of Rind as the STB executive. Back in January, the STB office had additionally kept in touch with the National Accountability Bureau, asking for it to make important move against Rind. The STB staff additionally asserted that Rind had been bothering them.

In their letter, the staff likewise affirmed that Rind was included in genuine debasement and acts of neglect in intrigue with previous STB executive Mustaque Ahmed Shahani and paper in-control Muhammad Juman Memon, concerning the buy of paper and its conveyance to distributers.

The letter additionally expressed that significant record had been seized by the examination office uncovering anomalies of about Rs75 million.

The staff had additionally unveiled in their letter that the previously stated officers had issued a delicate for the buy of 4000 metric huge amounts of paper that should open in November 2011, in spite of a ban on such exchange by the benefactor organization — the European Union.

They asserted that Rind is an instructor of English yet made the most of his posting at the STB. Unexpectedly, he went ahead assignment of three years however wound up staying in office for over eight years. On November 22, 2013, the then STB executive had brought up no less than four unlawful activities of Rind before the then Sindh Board of Governors, however no activity against him has been taken yet by the powers.

The News made a few endeavors to secretary training to discuss late improvement however his mobile phones were exchanged off.

Saturday, July 2, 2016

Education single means to ensure socio-economic development: Rana Tanveer

Islamabad, Best research paper, best youthful examination researcher, best trailblazer and best book got grants at the fifth HEC Outstanding Research Award service held in Higher Education Commission (HEC) secretariat.

Government Minister of Science and Technology Rana Tanveer Hussain graced the function as boss visitor. Executive HEC Dr. Mukhtar Ahmed and Executive Director HEC Dr. Arshad Ali alongside Vice Chancellors were additionally present on the event.

The grants were given in four classes including best research paper, best youthful exploration researcher, best trailblazer, and best book in eight orders including Basic and Applied Sciences, Biological Sciences, Pure Engineering, Computer Science/Engineering, Social Sciences, Management Sciences, and Arts and Humanities.

Talking on the event, Rana Tanveer Hussain said that instruction is the single intends to guarantee financial improvement of a nation, as it gives talented human asset to the general public. Valuing the commitment of HEC to advancement of exploration society in the nation, he said that HEC initiated research incredibleness in Pakistani colleges and advanced indigenous examination environment. He focused on the requirement for orchestrating research exercises with the national needs.

"We need to concentrate on need-based research with the goal that it could convey to the general public and its useful utility could advantage our economy."

The clergyman asked the specialists to concentrate on territories which could assume striking part in the nation financial improvement. He said that the part of HEC has been broadly acclaimed and universal perceived owning to its projects for advancement of advanced education in the nation. He praised the grant beneficiaries and urged them to work for advancement of the nation.

In his appreciated comments, Dr. Mukhtar Ahmed informed the Minister on HEC activities to guarantee nature of instruction and exploration. He said that the HEC, while advancing an examination society in the nation's colleges, is concentrating on the pertinence of exploration with the goal that it could meet the national needs. He said the quantity of productions in effect variable exploration diaries has expanded impressively since a small 800 in 2002 to more than 10,000 in 2014-15 as the HEC has furnished scientists with an empowering domain. "HEC has been guaranteeing procurement of vital framework to colleges," he said.

Dr. Mukhtar gave a review of the activities HEC offers to advance exploration which incorporate travel awards, research gift, patent recording backing and workplaces of Research, Innovation and Commercialization and Business Incubation Centers set up by the HEC in colleges that are advancing development and commercialization. HEC has propelled community oriented examination ventures with various nations including the United States and France, UK and Germany while three Centers of Excellence in vitality division, water and sustenance security have as of now been set up in Pakistan. Work to set up another Center on environmental change in the following money related year is now in advancement. He likewise shared HEC's proposed measures for innovation exchange with spotlight on different fields like electronic, nanotechnology and autos with backing from South Korea.

Praising the awardees on their wonderful exploration work, the Chairman said, "Analysts need to move their focus from the effect component to the effect of examination on society so that their diligent work could advantage mankind."

Tending to the social affair, Dr. Arshad Ali focused on the requirement for diligent work to keep pace with the world in instructive and innovative improvement. He said that 15 Technology Information Support Centers are being set up in the nation with the coordinated effort of World Intellectual Property Organization to scrutinize on licenses and improve their usefulness.

He said a Steering Committee will likewise be shaped to analyze the business and monetary suitability of examination in the nation.

He said Pakistan has been honored with skilled youth that should be guided to wind up profitable and arrangement suppliers for society. He likewise shared measures being taken to recognize and chip away at activities for elevate of the material business, dairy and domesticated animals and different segments through examination in the zones.

The awardees of Best Research Paper Awards including Dr. Adeela Saeed, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, the Women University, Multan; Dr. Shahid Saeed Qureshi, Assistant Professor, Government Post Graduate College, Jhelum; Dr. Tasneem Gul Kazi, Professor, National Center of Excellence in Analytical Chemistry, University of Sindh, Jamshoro; Dr. Asghari Gul, Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Islamabad; Dr. Muhammad Najam-ul-Haq, Professor, Institute of Chemical Sciences, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan; Dr. Fariha Khan, PMAS-Arid Agriculture University, Rawalpindi; Dr. Akhtar Nadhman, Assistant Professor, Center of Interdisciplinary Research in Basic Sciences (CIRBS), International Islamic University, Islamabad; Dr. Asad Jan, Associate Professor, Institute of Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering, the University of Agriculture Peshawar; Dr. Amjad Ali, Assistant Professor, Atta ur Rehman School of

Connected Biosciences, National University of Sciences and Technology, NUST, Islamabad; Mr. Majid Hussain, Lecturer, Department of Forestry and Wildlife Management, University of Haripur, Haripur; Dr. Tariq Aziz, Associate Professor, Institute of Soil & Environmental Sciences, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad; Dr. Sher Muhammad Shahzad, Assistant Professor, Department of Soil and Environmental Sciences, University College of Agriculture, University of Sargodha, Sargodha; Dr. Hafiz Azhar Ali Khan, Assistant Professor, Institute of Agricultural Sciences, University of the Punjab, Lahore; Dr. Amna Sahar

Right hand Professor, Department of Food Engineering, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad; Dr. Muhammad Zeeshan Majeed, Assistant Professor, Department of Entomology, University College of Agriculture, University of Sargodha, Sargodha; Dr. Sajid Butt, Assistant Professor, Department of Material Sciences & Engineering Institute of Space Technology, Islamabad; Dr. Ahmad Ahsan Nawaz, Assistant Professor, SMME, Biomedical Engineering Department, National University of Science & Technology, Islamabad; Mr. Rahim Jan, PhD Scholar, School of Chemical and Materials Engineering (SCME), National University of Sciences and Technology, H-12, Islamabad; Dr. Muhammad Rehan, Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, Pakistan Institute of Engineering and Applied Sciences (PIEAS), Islamabad; Engr. Muhammad Abubaker, Lecturer, Department of Mechanical Engineering, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Sahiwal; Dr. Adnan Nadeem, Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science, Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science & Technology, University Road, Karachi; Dr. Adeel Mumtaz, Manager NESCOM, Islamabad; Safdar Ali, Deputy Chief Scientist, Directorate General National Repository, Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC), Islamabad; Dr. Maqsood Hayat, Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science, Abdul Wali Khan University, Mardan; Dr. Muhammad Kamran, Assistant Professor, COMSATS Institute of Technology Wah

Cantt; Dr. Syeda Shahida Batool, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Government College University - GCU, Lahore; Dr. Tahira Jibeen, Assistant Professor, Humanities Department, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Lahore; Dr. Shameem Fatima, Assistant Professor, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Lahore; Dr. Zulfqar Khan Professor & Head of Dept. of Strategic Studies, National Defense University, Islamabad; Dr. Muhammad Khalid Bashir, Assistant Professor, Agricultural Policy Chair, USPCAS-AFS, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad; Dr. Muhammad Abbas, Assistant Professor, FAST School of Management, National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences – FAST-NU, Islamabad; Dr. Masood ul Hassan, Chairman, Department of Commerce Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan; Dr. Wazir Payo, Assistant Professor, Govt. Postgraduate College Kohat; and Dr. Muhammad Zafar Iqbal, Professor and Chairman, Department of Media and Communication Studies, International Islamic University, Islamabad.

In the Best Young Research Scholar Awards, recompenses were given to Dr. Noreen Sher Akbar, Assistant Professor, DBS&H, CEME, National University of Science and Technology (NUST), Islamabad; Dr. Muhammad Imran Qadir, Assistant Professor, Institute of Molecular Biology & Biotechnology, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan; Dr. Muhammad Farooq, Associate Professor, Department of Agronomy, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad; Dr. Muhammad Rehan, Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, PIEAS, Islamabad; Dr. M. Usman Akram, Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science, College of EME, NUST, Rawalpindi; Dr. Middle Easterner Naz, Associate Professor, University of Malakand; and Dr. Muhammad Abbas, Assistant Professor, National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences – FAST-NU, Islamabad.

In the classification of Best Innovator Awards, Dr. Riaz Ahmad Mufti, Professor, School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, National University of Science and Technology (NUST), H-12, Islamabad was honored.

The Best Book Awards were secured by Prof. Dr. Moinuddin Ahmed, Professor, Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science & Technology, Karachi; Dr. Ilhan Niaz, Assistant Professor, Department of History, Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad; and Prof. Dr. Khaliq Dad Malik, Professor & Chairman, Department of Arabic, University of the Punjab, Lahore.

Friday, July 1, 2016

Enlightening young minds on dynamics of education budget

Karachi, In the wake of the declaration of the common spending plan for the monetary year 2016-17 prior this month, the National Students Federation (NSF), Karachi held a session titled "Your Right to Know: Education Budget 2016-17" at the Irtiqa Institute on Sunday.

Facilitated by NSF Karachi's coordinator Muzammal Afzal, the session did not just edify youthful personalities with the flow of the instruction spending plan additionally brought up issues in regards to their cooperation since depoliticisation has hindered the development of understudies who are molded to avoid statecraft.

Disclosing Marxist economy to the participants containing mostly understudies, Dr Shahram Azhar, collaborator educator at the School of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Habib University, talked finally about the circulation of assets and method for generation. He said in spite of the fact that the part of work had developed, misuse had just developed with it and not at all like a Marxist economy where the part of a maker, who contributed by the sweat of the forehead, would be given need in the financial backing, the present set-up did not take into account the assessment of a specialist not to mention their necessities.

He additionally brought up that it was genuinely simple to accuse the understudies who quit their training by saying that they were minimum intrigued.

"It's not the dropout proportion of understudies but rather the walkout one, since understudies are compelled to stop inferable from the absence of offices and shocking expense structures. Doesn't it come as a stun to all that 48 percent of the youngsters in the nation are malnourished?" he inquired.

"In such a setting, the understudies need to understand the method for creation and its designation since it's the war on surplus and on the off chance that the privilege is not given to them by requests, they have to battle out," he included.

While Azhar's perspectives place things in context in regards to the voice of the regular individuals in the financial backing, the senior member of sociologies, Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology (Szabist), Dr Riaz Sheik lamented that the issue with the distribution of the instruction spending plan had more to do with arrangements than the money related allotment.

"Since the origin of this state, organization has held its reins and with frailty and contempt, at last transformed it into a security state," he included.

"To start with when the minister to the United States had requested $30 billion, it informed a considerable measure concerning the eventual fate of the nation on the grounds that the award was requested safeguard and not instruction or some other part which would advantage the general public."

Alluding to the previous tyrant General Pervez Musharraf's time he brought up that Attaur Rehman's concept of advanced education had created a considerable measure of mischief since nothing was done to fabricate the establishment of the training framework.

"Training framework can't be dealt with like an overhead scaffold which is inherent six months and gives an other to issue. It is a progressive procedure which can't support if the past work is scrapped off each time another administration comes," he clarified.

Restoring the talk of present class separate, Shiekh said 35 percent of the general public was gaining instruction from private establishments and to finish it off, 90 percent of this part had a place with urban focuses - an awful faction.

"With a neoliberal economy where market decides everything by what method would we be able to guarantee that equivalent playing field would be given when the greater part doesn't have admittance to better offices?"

Supporting the examination by means of numbers, Dr Fahd Hussain, partner teacher, School of Arts Humanities and Social Sciences, Habib University said that it was disturbing how the monetary allowance introduced at first contrasts to an incredible manage the reconsidered one later. He included that it was regrettable that essential divisions were not entirely obvious by the state. "All divisions which can advantage the general public in any capacity are advantageously disregarded and are not considered as state's need be it instruction or even peace which is falling apart step by step."

By and by, understudies can assume a vital part in deciding the financial backing by bringing up the right issues: "understudies as well as comprehend the significance of governmental issues and ought to empower responsibility. For example, they can approach about the monetary allowance assignment for a library or an exploration focus and can get some information about its dissemination later so that if there is any disparity understudies can raise the issue and convey it to light," Hussain notd, urging the understudies to understand that it was high time that they knew their rights.

The session was finished up by previous NSF focal coordinator, Khurram Ali, who repeated Azhar's perspectives on surplus work.

He watched that instructive foundations were enthusiastic about creating surplus work since misuse turned out to be much less demanding that way.

"Understudies pay excessive measure of expenses to get aptitudes which they think are about their decision yet in all actuality they have nothing to do with this respect and on the off chance that they set out to question they're advantageously demonstrated the entryway, which is the reason understudies need to politicize themselves. It's only difficult to have an "awkward" instruction framework when each angle is influenced the immense partition of numerous classes," he included.