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Registration For Intermediate Part-I To Continue Till Sept 20

Registration For Intermediate Part-I To Continue Till Sept 20 An online registration for intermediate part-I continued at the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Sargodha for session 2018-20. SARGODHA, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News – 9th Aug, 2018 ) :An online registration for intermediate part-I continued at the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Sargodha for session 2018-20. ... Read More »

Idara Taleem-O-Agahi Organized Summer Camps

Idara Taleem-O-Agahi Organized Summer Camps Idara Taleem-O-Agahi (ITA) organized summer camps for nearly 2000 children vulnerable to child labour and exploitation, said a press release issued here Thursday. PESHAWAR, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News – 9th Aug, 2018 ) :Idara Taleem-O-Agahi (ITA) organized summer camps for nearly 2000 children vulnerable to child labour and exploitation, said a press release issued ... Read More »

Quality Education Provision Key To Tackle Future Challenges: DEO Attock

Quality Education Provision Key To Tackle Future Challenges: DEO Attock ATTOCK, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News – 31st Jul, 2018 ) :Education department Attock is playing vital role in imparting quality education to equip the young generation with latest technology to face the challenges of future. District Education Officer (Secondary) Attock, Amjad Iqbal Raja said this while addressing a prize ... Read More »

All Students With Hearing Impairment Pass SSC Exam

All Students With Hearing Impairment Pass SSC Exam KARACHI, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News – 31st Jul, 2018 ) :All 126 candidates, with hearing impairment, who appeared for the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Exams – 2018 held under the aegis of Board of Secondary Education Karachi, managed to qualify the same. As per results announced by BSEK here on Tuesday, ... Read More »

Educational Institutions Reopened After Summer Vacations

Educational Institutions Reopened After Summer Vacations All public and private sector educational institutions of Hyderabad reopened from Wednesday (August 01) after completion of two and half months summer vacations. HYDERABAD, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News – 1st Aug, 2018 ) :All public and private sector educational institutions of Hyderabad reopened from Wednesday (August 01) after completion of two and half ... Read More »

Boys Outshine Girls In FA/FSc Malakand Board Examination

Boys Outshine Girls In FA/FSc Malakand Board Examination The boys’ students outshined girls’ students in FA and F.Sc. examination held under an aegis of Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Malakand for academic year 2017-18. DIR LOWER (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News – 6th Aug, 2018 ) :The boys’ students outshined girls’ students in FA and F.Sc. examination held under ... Read More »

Girls Clinch Top Positions In HSSC Examination Abbottabad Board

Girls Clinch Top Positions In HSSC Examination Abbottabad Board Students of private schools in Hazra division on Saturday once again secured all the top positions in the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) examination 2018 from Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Abbottabad ABBOTTABAD, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News – 4th Aug, 2018 ) :Students of private schools in Hazra ... Read More »

BISE Sukkur Announces Date For SSC Supplementary Exam Form

BISE Sukkur Announces Date For SSC Supplementary Exam Form SUKKUR, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News – 3rd Aug, 2018 ) :Controller Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Sukkur, Samiullah Soomro on Friday announced for the general information of all concerned that the examination forms from the eligible candidates for appearing at the Supplementary Examination of SSC part-II (Class-X) will ... Read More »

Iceland’s possible circumcision ban raises religious liberty questions

Iceland’s possible circumcision ban raises religious liberty questions eykjavik, Iceland, Feb 19, 2018 / 03:23 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- An Icelandic bill that would bar circumcision for non-medical reasons has given rise to opposition from various religious groups, including Christians as well as Jews and Muslims. “Protecting the health of children is a legitimate goal of every society, but in this ... Read More »

A Muslim Canadian Sister Shares about Coping with Mental Illness

A Muslim Canadian Sister Shares about Coping with Mental Illness Glad Tidings Network is a multi-media production house providing entertaining, educational and engaging content. Unapologetically for Muslims, by Muslims! The Network has created a series of videos exploring the issue of mental illness within Muslim communities. In this video, a Muslim Canadian sister shares her story about coping with mental ... Read More »