Construction work on Shahbaz Sharif Degree College begins


Construction work on Government Boys Shahbaz Sharif Degree College has formally been started in Khayaban-e-Sir-Syed area. The college building would be constructed on a 25-kanal piece of land with an estimated cost of Rs 108 million. The Punjab government has released first installment amounting to Rs 14 million for the project. According to Director Colleges Prof Muhammad Ashraf, the project would be completed within stipulated period and the government would provide more funds for the project during new financial year.
FBISE to announce SSC exam result today : The Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) will announce the result of Secondary School Certificate annual examination Thursday (today). The result of the exams held in the months of March/April will be available on the website of Federal Board at the address The result will also be available on SMS unified code 5050 for which the candidates are required to send SMS in the following format FB(space)[roll number].
LLB roll numbers slips despatched: The Punjab University Examinations Department has dispatched the roll number slips to the candidates of LLB Part-I, II and III annual examination 2012 to their respective institutions. Candidates can get the slips from their institutions. If any candidate does not find the roll number slip in time, he/she may immediately contact the PU Examinations Department in this regard. According to the schedule, the examination of LLB Part One will commence from June 29 while the examination of LLB Part Two will be held from July 2 and that of part three from July 3.
PPP govt protecting women’s rights: Khokhar: Adviser to Prime Minister on Human Rights Mustafa Nawaz Khokhar on Wednesday said Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) government was protecting rights of women. Talking to APP, he said the democratic government has taken all possible steps for the uplift of the women and to ensure their full rights. To a question, he said several pro-women laws have been passed by the parliament during the last four and a half years. He said the present government had also taken several steps for women empowerment and established two institutes for the purpose including National Commission on the Status of Women and National Commission on Human Rights.
Public parks in capital in pathetic condition: The public parks in almost each sector of the federal capital are in pathetic condition due to negligence of the Capital Development Authority (CDA).
Public parks and playgrounds are very essential for promoting healthy activities among people but, unfortunately, the neglected parks in federal capital have failed to attract the visitors. The parks in posh sectors like F-6, F-7, G-6, G-7 and G-8 are in pathetic condition because the jogging tracks, swings, lights and benches installed in these parks have broken. Wild bushes grown in these parks have turned to woods.