PEC 5th 8th Class Result 2017,, Punjab Examination Commission

PEC Grade 5 and 8 Results 2017

Role of Media to encourage scientific education

Role of Media to encourage scientific education

A board discussion on Role of Media to endorse science and scientific education in Pakistan was held at Mass Communication department of Forman Christian College University. This group discussion was arranged by Alif Aliaan, Pakistan’s campaign for education reforms and Forman Journalism Society. The reason behind organizing this occasion was to initiate a debate between the students of mass communication and journalism on media’s role on emphasizing science.

Professor of Mass Communication at FCCU, Dr Mudassir Hussuain Shah, Adil Arshad Assistant Professor of Education at FCCU and Journalist Sye Moayeed Ali Jafri were members of the panel. The point of view of borad members was that media can take part in promoting systematic culture in our society. Meanwhile, they also know that public doesn’t demand such types of reports, so we cannot accuse only media.

While addressing the participants, Adil Arshad said that educational discussion and understanding of science of a common person are not the same, thus educational institutes should take step to fill up the gap between these two. Moayeed Ali Jafri said western countries are using advertorials to promote mathematics and science through documentaries, dramas on different scientists and by various shows. This is an effective way to encourage learning through electronic media and we should also adopt it in our country.

Regional campaigner of Alif Aliaan, Roohullah Gulzari highlighted the facts and figures of the current position of mathematics and science education in the schools of Pakistan. He collected the data from the newly issued report on Powering Pakistan for the 21st Century. The report is not satisfactory rather demonstrated the worse picture of education system in Pakistan. In this way the report illustrated the fact that there are no less than 22.6 million children who can’t afford to go to the schools. This is very alarming situation for our society and the government authorities should take this under their consideration.

Furthermore, the schools in Pakistan, mostly public schools are generating very poor results related to science based subjects and mathematics. The 2016 results of Punjab Examination Commission (PEC) demonstrated very unfortunate result of grade 5 in the province of Punjab. The result showed that average scores in mathematics are 53 percent and for science it is 48 percent.

This result showed the thinking of students in Punjab that science and mathematics are the most difficult subjects to understand. This mentality leads to the bad scores in these subjects. In the discussion, presenters spoke out the way to promote learning and to build interest in general public for science and scientific education. They mention that provincial government should team up with civil and state level society enterprises and the organizations who could arrange science melas and fairs to promote learning. There are some others ideas that were presented on the occasion included making science museums and science libraries for general public. These initiatives will extend the knowledge of science in general and in different sectors of science such as mathematics and astronomy

Federal Board Fde Islamabad 8th Class Result 2017

Federal Board Fde Islamabad 8th Class Result 2017

PEC Federal Board Fde Islamabad 8th Class Result 2017 will be declared on 31st March. This year a huge amount of students is waiting for bise 8th class result 2017. We wish best of luck to all the students of grade 8. Hope all the students get high grades in PEC annual examination. Stay in touch with us for more updates. Once the board issues the result, it will be available online on the official website of Punjab Examination Commission which is We wish best of luck to all the students.

Federal Board 8th Class Result 2017

FBISE Federal board of intermediate and secondary education is one of the largest boards of education that is working in Pakistan and the board was established back in 1975 under the FBISE Act. The board is responsible for conducting the examinations of the primary, middle, secondary and intermediate examinations of the jurisdiction which is spread all over the country.

The federal board of intermediate has the jurisdiction of the Islamabad Capital Territory, All over Pakistan (Cantts and Garrisons), federally administered Northern Areas, Overseas. It includes a large number of students from all over the nation which are to be administered by the board.

Fde 8th Class Result 2017

This year the board conducted the examinations of middle class in the month of February, 2017. The result is awaited for the students who are in the class 9th and are looking forward to their result. The results are expected to be released by the end of March 2017 but the board has not released any official statement on the subject.

We are trying to get them on board as soon as possible and are looking forward to get an official date for the announcement of the result. As soon as the board comes up with the result, we will be bringing it right to you.

The board takes time to formulate result due to the reason that it has to finalize the result f thousands of students from different cities of Pakistan, thus it takes time to release the result. We wish all the students best of luck for the examinations result. Dear students Federal Board 8th class result 2017 Islamabad will be published by officials on 31st March, you can check your marks from our website on the said date by giving us your roll number, name and district name details through below comment box. We wish best of luck to all the students.

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Federal Board Fde Islamabad 5th Class Result 2017

Federal Board Fde Islamabad 5th Class Result 2017

Federal Board Fde Islamabad 5th Class Result 2017 will be declared on 31st March, 2017. In the education system of Pakistan, the very first examination that is conducted by the external bodies is the examination of 5th grade which is conducted by the board. The federal board also conducts the examinations of 8th class, secondary education and intermediate education in the jurisdiction of the board.

Federal Board 5th Class Result 2017

The jurisdiction of the board has all those areas in which the education system is under the administration of board. Federal board being central one has more responsibility as it has the jurisdiction spread all over the country. All the cantonments and garrisons, FATA, Islamabad City Territory and overseas are under the administration of federal board.

Fde 5th Class Result 2017

This year, the board also conducted the examinations of 5th class in the jurisdiction in the month of February. The board is now under the process of formulating the result of the 5th class. The students are looking forward for the result to be released by the board as it has to be there for them to sit in the next grade in the schools.

The common practice of the board is to release the result in the month of March and this year, same is expected. We cannot say anything about the exact date for now as there is nothing officially announced by the board but as soon as we get anything; you will be the first one to hear it.

We wish you all the best of luck for the examinations and for completion of this foundation step. The base once set at primary school will help you score well in the middle, secondary and intermediate education. Please enter you credentials i.e your name, roll number and district to check your Federal Board fde 5th Class Result 2017. We wish best of luck to all the students waiting for this announcement.

5th Class Result 2017 of All Punjab Boards

Special education schools being neglected

Special education schools being neglecte

Punjab is positioned on the top for providing fundamental facilities in government schools in Pakistan in the current statistics of education announced by Federal government’s educational planning and management while neglecting the facts and figures about schools providing education to the disabled children. It is not the first time when special education organizations are overlooked.

Special education institutes, their teachers and students with disabilities is not included in the report by the Academy of Educational Planning and Management while all other information related madrisas, career guidance centers and technological education, training centers for teachers is reported. Nadir Khan is an activist of disability rights said that these reports and statistics show unfairness. He said these statics are very important for all the shareholders as AEPAM’s report is not exposed by the provincial bodies.

Persons with disabilities (PWDs) were not counted by the federal government at first in the statistics but now the Supreme Court instructed to count them. Nadir Khan requested the government to pay attention to the special schools in upcoming editions of the statistics. He also said that negligence for special education centers, teachers, students and the facilities lacking in that regard throughout Pakistan is really regrettable. Here it is to mention that Punjab is on the top of the list of all the provinces and also Islamabad Capital Territory in the report. It is for providing fundamental facilities like electricity, water, boundary walls and bathrooms in government institutes.

According to AEPAM report, about 50 percent public schools don’t have drinking water facility for students and staff while in Punjab below 1 percent schools don’t have that facility. If we talk about Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa 26 percent and in Balochistan 43 percent public schools don’t have this basic facility. Punjab is also on the top of all provinces for providing toilets according to the report. Only 1 percent schools in Punjab don’t have the toilets facility. In Sindh there are 46 percent schools lacking this facility, in Balochistan there are 73 percent and in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa there are 12 percent schools.

In case of boundary walls, Punjab has 2 percent public schools without it. Sindh have 41 percent schools, Balochistan has 55 prcent and KP has 13 percent such schools according to the report. But in case of providing electricity in public sector schools in Punjab the percentage is not as good as of the other facilities. The facts and figures show that 7 percent schools lack the facility of electricity in Punjab. In Sindh there are63 percent, Balochistan there are 77 percent schools and in KP 38 percent.

Though, the school teachers in Punjab are not satisfied with the facilities. The leader of a group of Punjab Teachers Union and central head of the United Teachers Council Punjab, Hafiz Ghulam Mohyuddin said that AEPAM’s report overstated somehow. He mentions that he himself living in Faisalabad and the schools there are in deficit of basic facilities like drinking water and furniture. The head also said the situation of schools in Rajanpur and Dera Ghazi Khan etc could be visualize.

The problems of our education system

The problems of our education system

An educational system contain all the institutions that provide prescribed education, it includes all government, private, profit and social welfare organization, and their rules and regulations, staff, administration, students, instructors and funds. If a country want to lead the world communally and efficiently, it must have a powerful system of education. Effective education system leads to the growth of a country. Unfortunately Pakistan is one of those few countries where the quality of educational is continuously declining. This situation is getting worse as the years passing, and the current situation is so bad that our educational system is very close to destruction. Due to the poor system of education, our country can’t attain its Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) of education. The goals are achieving Universal Primary Education, gender equality and empowering women.

Our students face so many problems throughout their educational course that we might consider them as most unguided students in the world. The lack of interest of parents and deficiency of professionalism in teachers is the reason that both unable to lead the students. The deficiency of guidance is very serious crisis that our students are facing. In our country inexperienced teachers teach children in early classes and can’t provoke interest of education. In this way the idea of early education comes to failure. The capabilities of students are affected by the lack of supervision and high expectations by their families. 

A very serious dilemma of our educational system is that in any institution, a student is not judged by its own capabilities but on the ground of societal status. As a result, the students with poor economic or social background are discouraged. On the other side, our examination system does not assess the students on the base of their intellectual skills but focus on the rote remembrance test. These situations are all result of not applying the up to date evaluation system. Due to the ignorance of staff and school administration, the students of very initial classes get indulge in very unhealthy activities like cigarette smoking and bullying other children.

Here it is to mention that it is a fact, if we want our students to give excellent results, first we have to improve our system of education. The improvement of educational system should be started both on institutional level, where experienced and active staff and teachers should be hired, and on governmental level, where better policies should be made and applying them on institutions. Training organizations and workshops are highly needed for teachers and parents so they may better guide the students.

The career counseling should also be promoted. These are the basic ways to train teachers and make parents aware of the performances of their children and also build up a relation between students, parents and teachers. In this way the teachers and parents better understand the uprising problems of students and then able to overcome them. Communication gap between teachers, students and parents would be narrowed and the problems of students will be avoided.