PEC Result 2018 5th 8th Class PEC.edu.pk Punjab Examination Commission


This year the date sheet 2018 of grade eight was issued by PEC in first week of January and the papers were conducted from 15th February to 24th February. The board has issued several important instructions on the date sheet to make it clear to all the students that what is allowed and what is not allowed in exams such as. Students has to reach at the examination centre at least 30 minutes before the paper begin. It is compulsory for the students to bring the roll number slips with them during all papers and get signature of invigilator on it on each paper. Students are prohibited to write their roll number at any other place except the specified one and they are also not allowed to mention their school name on the paper. Calculator and mobile phones are not allowed in the examination hall. School uniform are not allowed during exams and candidate will have to come in formal dress. It is compulsory for the students to pass in written and spoken exams of Islamiyat. Whereas the papers of grade 5 were conducted between 2nd Frbruary to 14th February.

Punjab Examination Commission

PEC is most commonly known as Punjab Examination Commission. It started working in 2005 and took the examination of class five students in Punjab province for the first time in 2006. It is an autonomous body and is supervised by Government of Punjab. The main objective of this educational body is to assess the learning achievements of elementary students. Now it is working as a statutory body under Act XI of 2010 Punjab Examination Commission. Every year PEC develops the examination questions and print them and then sends it to the 36 districts of Punjab. The districts administrators then takes the tests and PEC then prepares the results of each district of Punjab. Each year a large number of students appear in PEC examination from both private and public sector schools.

Except this Punjab Education Commission creates reports which helps the researchers, teachers and teachers educators to make improvements in students learning. A large date of students is collected from all the 36 districts of Punjab, which helps in making new educational policies and managing teachers & educational managers to make improvements in grade 5 and 8 class students learning. This commission is comprises of 18 members out of which three are MPAs, two are educationists and two persons are selected from private schools which are nominated by Government of Punjab. PEC performs a lot of tasks, which are organized in a strategic manner that starts with the registration process of students for the annual examination and ends at creating analytical reports of exams district wise.

Registration

The process of registration usually starts in the month of November. PEC itself does not register any student and the registration in done by respective examination cluster center ECC - Govt. Secondary/Higher Secondary School. It is totally free to get registered for the PEC annual examination, and the candidates can registered through the admission forms which are available at ECC and education office in each district. Students can also download the form from official website of PEC. All 36 districts register their students online by using PEC Online Student Registration Software.

Roll Number Slips

Before issuing the final fully finalized roll number slips to the districts, PEC sends the data to all the districts and after complete verification of data PEC issues the roll number slips to all the Government and private schools situated in respective districts. Generally the roll no slips are dispatched in the month of January.

Examination

It is the duty of the EDO (Executive District Office) to administer the tests. They choose the supervisory staff, examiners and head examiners to monitor and control the process of scoring and allocate the examination centers of nearby students and schools. The examination center at tehsil level is also selected by the district. Usually the examination of 5th and 8th class are conducted in the first and 2nd week of February.

Results

After checking the papers the marks sheets of all the subjects of students are delivered to Punjab Examination Commission. These marks sheets are constituted of two parts, one multiple choice questions which are solved by students and second open ended questions which are marked by examiners. Punjab education commission completes the result gazettes in 6 weeks and earch result card of students shows the total marks obtained by student. Then PEC sends these result gazettes to the districts and each district announces the grade V and VIII results on 31st March. Students can check their results online by name, roll number, district wise and by school name. The errors in the name of student, date of birth and result can be corrected from the district education offices.

Trade System Offers Opportunity to learn at MSU

Trade System Offers Opportunity to learn at MSU


Venturing out to another nation and encountering diverse societies can be a conformity.

Three understudies from Pakistan, Fatima Qamar, Nazia Parveen and Rabail Talpur, know this firsthand.

They every got the Global Undergraduate Exchange Program (UGRAD) grant to go to Missouri State University for the spring 2015 semester.

The UGRAD grant was made as a chance for understudies from remote nations to study abroad in the U.S. The grant gives one paid semester of educating to extraordinary college understudies from underrepresented societies.

Qamar, junior financial aspects understudy, said she decided to partake in the grant system to investigate the American society and to impart her encounters of the Pakistani society.

"This is an incredible chance to perceive how the American framework is and to get the opportunity to realize what it is similar to here," said Qamar. "Consistently is another story for me and when I return home I will have various stories to tell."

Parveen, junior physical science understudy, said she adores the way of life and environment in the U.S. She additionally needs to impart her way of life to different understudies to make a more open environment.

"This excursion is somewhat a presentation to me," said Parveen. "In my nation we don't have this sort of environment and I adore it. Individuals are so benevolent."

Talpur, junior biomedical designing understudy, said this experience is helping her with various aptitudes, for example, correspondence and authority. She likewise accepts that this grant has helped her pick up companions and associations from a mixture of societies.

"Being included with this system has helped enhance my English abilities immensely," said Talpur. "My level of certainty and feeling of initiative is additionally making strides."

In any case what are a few obstructions confronted when venturing out to another nation? Do the estimations of the diverse social orders adjust or does mis-correspondence happen?

Each of the three understudies accept that their greatest change was the idea of time. Americans esteem the idea of dependability, however in Pakistan it is ordinary to be a bit late to gatherings, occasions and classes.

"Individuals from America are exceptionally timely and it has been a change," said Qamar. "I verify that I am never late. Dependability is something worth being thankful for I am getting from this experience."

Parveen accepts that individuals need to exploit chances to find out about distinctive societies and social orders in America. Since individuals are from such a variety of diverse foundations, there are such a variety of opportunities to take in more.

"We have to regard each other’s' countries," said Parveen. "Distinctive societies each have their own excellence and we have to impart it and our encounters."

We should also be punctual and be fair with our selves, if we will do our work on time it will be good for us, our society, our nation and n same way for the whole mankind.

People take care of their time but we don’t and this is the reason that we are too far from the success and development.

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Radicalism and Education

Radicalism and Education, as Immiscible as Water and Oil


What is it about spots of education that makes them so enticing to terrorists? Thursday's assault on Kenya's Garissa University College by al-Shabaab aggressors from Somalia, in which no less than 148 understudies passed on, was the most exceedingly bad demonstration of terrorism in the nation for a long time. But the assault barely came as an amazement – not even to the Kenyan powers, who had been tipped off that an assault on "a real college" was in the offing, and had even set up notification cautioning understudies to be vigilant. The notification were disregarded by a few understudies, as per one report, on the grounds that they thought they were an April fool’s joke.

O tempora, o mores. For all the frightfulness of the Garissa slaughter, there is a horrendous, inuring similarity to it as a news story. The quantity of assaults on schools and universities has expanded so significantly in the previous 10 years that it has turned into a worldwide terrorist antique. As indicated by new research by the University of Maryland, the rate is grinding away's most astounding point in over 40 years. Another report, created by the New York-based Global Coalition to Protect Education from Attack, found that somewhere around 2009 and 2013, in the range of 9,600 schools were focused as far and wide as possible; and in 30 nations, roughness against them was an intentional "strategy of war".

The focusing of schools appears to be especially supported by Islamic fanatics, in spite of the fact that they hold no imposing business model on the practice. School shootings have turned into a sort of platitude of Western society, as well, happening about once at regular intervals in America, as indicated by weapon control advocates. Yet it appears that, in an abnormal mirror of the way of life over the Atlantic that they most criticize, Islamists are likewise playing for Columbine nowadays.

Nigeria's Boko Haram, a development that sees training as an operators of debasement in the rich south, has made a state of focusing on schools following 2008. Their name, as all the world knows following their scandalous kidnapping of more than 200 schoolgirls in the northern region of Borno, signifies "Books Forbidden" in the Hausa dialect. In October 2012, eight different schools in Nigeria were torched in a solitary night.

More awful even than Nigeria is Pakistan, where there is a specific and persevering complaint to the training of young ladies, as the 2012 shooting of the schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai indicated. In December 2014, for diverse, political reasons, the Pakistani Taliban penetrated the Army Public School in Peshawar, slaughtering 132 kids between the ages of eight and 18. The deadliest demonstration of terrorism in Pakistan's history was reminiscent of the Beslan school slaughter in North Ossetia in 2004, when Chechen Islamists murdered 186 youngster prisoners.

Schools, obviously, make alluringly easy prey for activists. Instructors and youngsters, at any rate outside specific states in America, have a tendency to be unarmed and not able to guard themselves. School edges are additionally not customarily sustained, and their structures hold high densities of individuals where a greatest measure of harm could be possible in the briefest conceivable time. Anyhow this is additionally valid for some different sorts of nonmilitary personnel target, including shopping plazas, holy places, healing facilities, and vacationer spots. These have been hit by Islamists before, incorporating in Kenya. (The past most noticeably bad shock in Garissa happened three years back, when al-Shabaab at the same time assaulted two places of worship, one Catholic, one Protestant; 17 admirers passed on.) And yet, there is no specific pattern for assaulting these easy prey, either in Kenya or anyplace else. The spike on the terrorist target chart is selective to places of education. Why?

One reason, unquestionably in East Africa, may be changes to local demography. As the populaces of Muslim nation’s blast, the normal age of their nationals descends. In Somalia, the normal age is currently 17.7. This implies that terrorists, in the same way as their victimized people, are getting more youthful by the day. Al-Shabaab, as it would turn out, signifies "the young" in Arabic. A more seasoned terrorist, regardless of how solidified or ardent, may reconsider before killing the honest youthful, yet not al-Shabaab, who have exhibited innumerable times their readiness to adventure and ill-use their own particular era. To them, schools are reasonable diversion. It is uncovering that of every last one of nations on the planet, as indicated by the Coalition to Protect Education, Somalia is the one where school students are likeliest to be constrained into getting to be fighters. Empathy and ethical quality include for minimal such a war-desolated society.

Besides, al-Shabaab has motivation to apprehension education, in light of the fact that it depends for its selects on the insensible and naive. In this, it is similar to whatever other fanatic Islamist association. As indicated by a report flowing in Mogadishu five years back, al-Shabaab used to prepare up its young suicide aircraft by revealing to them Bollywood features, and letting them know it was genuine footage from Paradise sent by past saints for the reason; in the event that they took after their case, the mentors let them know, then they also could hope to meet 72 virgins in eternity.

Understudies at Garissa University, with its blended Muslim-Christian classes and its glad desire to turn into a "world-class college of innovative methods and improvement", could ever succumb to such a straightforward ploy. The college hence speaks to a direct risk to the hobbies of al-Shabaab, a quarter of whose volunteers are thought to be of Kenyan birthplace. Secured in 2011 by focal government proclaim, the college is the main open organization of higher adapting in Kenya's north-east, a denied zone ethnically overwhelmed by Somalis. There are, on the other hand, arrangements to build sister grounds at five different towns over the district. No big surprise al-Shabaab needs to devastate this station of illumination.

Education, it merits saying, is one of the UK Department for International Development's "key needs" in Kenya, with a financial plan not long from now of practically £8m. DfiD has spent significant totals on training projects in Somalia, as well. No British cash has gone to Garissa University, on the grounds that DfID's concentrate in Kenya is on essential as opposed to advanced education, yet the fact of the matter is the same: instructing youngsters to think for themselves is one of our most powerful weapons against religious radicalism. Ukip's Nigel Farage needs to lessen Britain's national obligation by cutting DfID's outside support plan. With Islamists expanding their assaults on schools it proposes this would be a mistake.

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Love for Books

Love for books – a missing connection in the public eye


Oscar Wilde (1854 –1900), an Irish writer, dramatist and artist once said, "In days of yore books were composed by men of letters and read by the general population. These days’ books are composed by people in general and read by no one."

Same is the situation with Pakistani society, where book-perusing propensity is one the decrease. Under such condition association of a book reasonable in an offer to pull in individuals from all kinds of different backgrounds and advancing the pattern of book blessings is an incredible administration to the nation and the comrades.

The Punjab University organization composed biggest book reasonable of Pakistan amid April 02-04 with more than 150 slows down and rebate of up to 70 percent. A great many individuals went by the three-day occasion and practically 167,000 books were bought on this event, according to measurements accumulated by PU Library group.

The college asserted setting another national record of offering such an expansive number of books in only three days, on the first day 45,000 books were sold, second day 55,000 and on the most recent day 67,000 thousand books were sold.

Punjab acting senator and PU chancellor Rana Muhammad Iqbal initiated the book reasonable and said that learning was an unquestionable requirement for advancement and improvement of any nation and the administration would elevate instruction to make Pakistan's future brighter. He said their administration would guarantee peace in the nation by taking out terrorism.

He said that he was satisfied to see a colossal store of books on Islam, history, writing and different subjects in the book reasonable, which was an incredible open door for book beaus. He praised PU VC Dr Mujahid Kamran for sorting out book reasonable in a gigantic manner and said such steps ought to be taken persistently to give books on low costs.

Later writer Hassan Nisar and social specialist Raja Munawar likewise went to the book reasonable On the second day, Ata ur Rehman, Dr Ajmal Niazi, Najam Wali Khan, Mian Habbibullah, Afzal Rehan, essayists, specialists, attorneys, architects, understudies and individuals from different strolls of life went by the book reasonable. On the event, a substantial number of kids, senior nationals and uncommon persons were additionally seen going by slows down and all the members were discovered taking greatest profit of most extreme concessions on the books.

Talking on this event feature writer Dr Ajmal Niazi said that the book reasonable was a verification that there was a solid association in the middle of books and youngsters. He said that individuals still adored books and that is the reason they were taking awesome enthusiasm for the book reasonable. He said that books were similar to houses and we must live in this house. Senior writer Najam Wali Khan said that through the affability of the book reasonable, the relationship between the books and individuals would become stronger. He termed procurement of books on exceedingly reduced rate a Jihad. He said that offer of books in such an enormous number was "change" which would present country. Senior writer Mian Habbibullah said that the general public couldn't flourish without information.

The occasion was a gift in a city where love for books is quick vanishing. A few handfuls activists of Jamiat, the understudy wing of Jamat-i-Islami, raised solgans and attempted to capture the occasion, in any case, the organization of Dr Mujahid Kamran controlled the occasion shrewdly. In the later past years Dr Mujahid Kamran stayed fruitful in securing quiet scholastic air, which brought about advancement of exploration culture and better positioning of PU. Prior, PU was viewed as a solid political hold of Jamat-i-Islami. IJT laborers welcomed JI pioneers Sirajul Haq and Liaquat Bloch to demonstrate their quality, nonetheless, now PU understudies and educators, who are living in a politically free environment didn't indicate much reaction to JI pioneers. Rather a large portion of the understudies stayed taking signatures structure the bad habit chancellor.

PU representative additionally issued an illumination in light of an IJT press relase while clarifying that the occasion was singularly sorted out by the PU organization and no understudy union would be permitted to work on grounds according to the scholastic approach of college.

In the interim, PU Oriental College's employees regarding book reasonable sorted out a Mehfil-e- Mushaira at Undergraduate Study Center's Al-Raazi Hall. PU VC Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran, Dr Ajmal Niazi, Dean Faculty of Law Prof Dr Shazia Naureen Qureshi, Principal Oriental College Dr Ismattullah Zahid, Dr Syed Muhammad Akram, employees and a substantial number of understudies went to the function. Eminent artists gave their verse reference to books.

On third day, Justice (r) Nazir Ghazi, previous Governor Punjab Shahid Hamid, previous IG Zulfiqar Cheema, Secretary Lahore High Court Bar Association Ahmed Qayyum with appointment, Chairman Institute for Legal Research and Advocacy Syed Shahbaz Bukhari, senior writers including Salman Ghani, Taufeeq Butt, Sajjad Mir, Hafeez Ullah Niazi, Rifat Alam, MPA Mary Gill, famous journalists and other conspicuous figures of society additionally went to the book reasonable.

Amid the most recent hours, the book retailers began to give more than 50 percent markdown all books in light of which the offer of books picked up an additional customary force.

Conversing with media, Dr Mujahid Kamran said that the PU organization would extend this book reasonable next time keeping in perspective reaction of individuals. This is great sign that the missing connection of book perusing is being restored and repaired in the general public.

University of the Punjab is organizing this event for many years and the successfulness of this book Mela is going to increase every year this is a great job which is doing the management of the PU Lahore to create a sense of book reading in our society. Because due to the modern system of research and reading we have left to touch the books we did not turn their leaves and only sit to our computers and click on topic and read about them but we should read the books too.

New source of study make us talented but illiterate we do not read the other books which make us wise and some kind of a good man too.

So at the end I would like to say only this book reading is a great source of pleasure, knowledge, and makes you wise and a man.

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Damnation is no other individuals

Damnation is no other individuals


We have a large number of punctuation schools spread over the length and broadness of urban areas and an equivalent number of schools running without sanitation, toilets and instructors
I have voyage abroad after quite a while. It was Pakistan and its different urban communities that had devoured me all these years. As the way of life of prejudice and narrow-mindedness advanced in Pakistan, we reprimanded the west for incarnating us into this new self. We find each Pakistani mourning the nation heading off to the mutts. Numerous among us accept that the nation has not satisfied the desires of its establishing fathers. Numerous others think the nation has spurned the belief system of Pakistan (whatever that philosophy implies).

Last however not the minimum, the nation is thought to have overlooked the message of Islam. We have made numerous fanciful characters and circumstances to put the fault on. By the day's end, Pakistanis are honest individuals ruined by a trick against them. What's more, who could be these plotters other than the Indians and the Jews? Interestingly, the whole security ideal model the nation has assembled throughout the most recent 67 years lays on this theory. Still we have been not able to handle these backstabbers and defeat their malevolence outlines.

We continue falling into the trap, getting to be precisely what they needed us to turn into. The inquiry is: the reason did us permit our foes to outline us with their insidiousness mind? In the event that we knew the adversaries and their desire, what ceased us from avoiding them as much as possible or baffling their accursed arrangements? Why did we continue heaping our battalions with rockets and different weapons however cease from building personalities with the fineness important to comprehend what lies in the best approach to turning into a decent person?

The budgetary weight of safeguard has developed and has wiped out neither the foe nor its spectra. We are glad for building automatons however not somewhat disgraceful about keeping more than a large portion of the populace uneducated. No big surprise we spend scarcely three percent of the GDP on instruction and under five percent on well being while burning through 60 percent on protection! Still, the foe is picking up teeth and has possessed the capacity to devastate our eras, as the expression goes, by coming into our rooms through TVs, DVDS and all such devices. Here we are, a ruined country, and the fault for this waywardness lies with the west, the east as well, where India and Afghanistan lie, not to overlook the Middle East where the Jews live.

Notwithstanding, can any anyone explain why nations like the UAE, where I am shortly investing my time, are reputable countries that too with almost 200 separate groups living one next to the other? Can any anyone explain why no one here demonstrates a touch of bigotry at the money counters of packed general stores? Can any anyone explain why individuals here don't sound at all actually when secured a packed in congested driving conditions? Can any anyone explain why individuals just cross the street at the zebra crossing and not something else? How can it be that more often than not drivers stop their autos to let walkers cross the street? Can any anyone explain why no one here is in a rush?

Why is the nation as tranquil as a hallowed place notwithstanding being one of the main three nations that acknowledged the Taliban government in Afghanistan in 1996 and is profoundly included today in the Yemen war? In spite of the fact that numerous individuals are worked here like jackasses and are living like creepy crawlies, excepting a couple of, a large portion of these individuals still look new, quiet, made and commendable out of being called people. I have been asking why we have such a large number of foes and this Gulf state has none? Is it simply because they have petrol and we don't?

I now realize that schools in the UAE have an extremely strict evaluation framework for both the instructors and understudies, coming up short which could mean an end of a vocation either for the instructor or a strenuous scholastic life ahead for the understudies. In Pakistan, is not showing a calling either for every one of the individuals who have nothing better to do or for the individuals who have a skill to wool others for the sake of Oxford, Cambridge or Oxbridge syllabi and frameworks? We have a large number of language structure schools spread over the length and broadness of urban areas and an equivalent number of schools running without sanitation, toilets and — not to overlook — instructors. The Sindh government takes the cake in such manner in spite of spending the most noteworthy on training among all the four areas. What we are seeing here is an example of spending and not investing in the meantime. Possibly, here as well, is an adversary conflicting with us. On occasion, I think we have represented, in light of abuse, the foe and have turned into a foe for our own particular selves.

Does the world, with such a great amount in its grasp, have sufficient energy to consider us or to plan against us consistently? The main thing they are made a big deal about is our capacity to make and sustain terrorists in the clothing of supposed jihadists. Our worth would have been not as much as a dime had we not been perched on a geostrategic ally vital piece of this world. The crux of this entire exchange is that we have to wake up, assume liability for our doings and retouch our ways. The UAE is not a spot cut from sanctuary. It is manmade and as infamous as a wilderness with a wide range of mammoths to exploit each other however administer of law and great administration have made it fair and live able, disregarding all the chances. The lesson lies maybe in tolerating that heck is no other individuals, however us, our own particular selves.

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PEC Students ‘Fail’ Despite Passing PEC Examination

PEC Students ‘Fail’ Despite Passing PEC Examination


Government Central Model School, Lower Mall, has left without promotion to over 50 students to class 9 in spite of the students have passed class 8 Annual Examination 2018, conducted by the Punjab Examination Commission (PEC), it is learnt.

The school management has left without promotions to next class on the basis of result of its own internal assessment of the students transparently ignoring PEC exams held earlier in 2018.

The Punjab Examination Commission announced the results of Class-8 Annual Examination 2018 on March 31.

On the other hand, the school management has refused to accept the Punjab Examination Commission (PEC) results and started asking the parents to collect “School Leaving Certificate” and get admitted their children to some other school. The parents are being informed by the administration that the school’s Board of Governors has decided not to promote those students to Class-9th who failed or performed poorly in the school’s own internal evaluation. Amusingly, in some cases the students who got over 60 percent marks in Class-8th the Punjab Examination Commission (PEC) exams have been left without promotion to next class, exposing the kind of unashamed negative response of results prepared by the government’s own body, the Punjab Examination Commission (PEC).

The most recent move has not just greatly annoyed the students but their parents as well who are in a state of shock surprised as to why the school is not considering and accepting results of the Punjab Examination Commission (PEC) established by the Punjab government itself.

Similarly, there are reports that many private schools have also been denying promotions to students to next classes on the basis of the Punjab Examination Commission (PEC) results.

A hard done by father told The News that his son secured over 60 percent marks in Class-8 exams conducted by the Punjab Examination Commission (PEC) but he had been asked to bring together the school leaving certificate by the administration of Government Central Model School. “We have been told to find a new school for our son,” he said, adding “This is pure injustice.”

He demanded the Punjab chief minister look into the matter and provide justice to all such students.

The News could not reach Government Central Model School’s Acting Principal Mian Abdul Haq in spite of repeated attempts on his cell phone.

Schools Secretary Muhammad Aslam Kamboh was also not available for comments.

Lahore executive department officer (EDO) (Education) Muhammad Pervaiz Akhtar who is also a member of the Government Central Model School’s Board of Governors (BoG) refused to comment, saying it was an self-governing school and all decisions were taken by the School’s Board of Governors (BoG). “The government cannot get in the way in affairs of the school”, he added. To a question, however, he said no such decision was taken by the BoG under which the students who failed in internal exam but passed the Punjab Examination Commission (PEC) exam would be deprived of promotion to the next classes.
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