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Mar 31, 2010

PEC Website - 8th and 5th Class Results of all Punjab Boards


Results of 5th and 8th Class and PEC Website

Today (31st March 2010), Punjab Examination Commission, Pakistan has announced/ declared the results of 5th Class and 8th Class of all Boards of Intermediate and Secondary Education of Punjab Province. Results of following cities for 8th class and 5th class is announced; Attock, Bahawalnagar, Bahawalpur, Bhakkar, Chakwal, Chiniot, DG Khan, Faisabad, Gujranwala, Gujrat, Hafizabad, Jhelum, Jhang, Kasur, Khanewal, Khushab, Lahore, Layyah, Lodhran, Mandi Baha ud Din, Mianwali, Multan, Muzaffargarh, Nankana Sahib, Narowal, Okara, Pak Pattan, Rahim Yar Khan, Rajanpur, Rawalpindi, Sahiwal, Sargodha, Sheikhupura, Sialkot, Toba Tek Singh & Vehari.  is the official website of Punjab Education Commission. But servers of this website are down since today morning and students of all Punjab are frustrated in this situation. They are waiting for their results from months and now when the time has come, official website of might be overburdened.

It is hoped that IT department of PEC will be working to fix this problem so the students can check their results in time.

For future, it is requested to PEC that they should publish this result on the BISE websites. Or PEC should take some other preventive measures. Because the load on PEC website will be very much high on the result day, in future too.

Mar 11, 2010

New Islamabad Airport NIIA - Land Acquired

The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) said on Wednesday it has already acquired physical control of the entire land purchased for the New Islamabad International Airport project and completed the fencing around it.

“Not even a single inch of the land is under the possession of private parties,” CAA spokesman Pervez George told The News. Asked as to why the land remained under the illegal occupation of the private parties since 1985 despite the CAA having paid the price for 3,250 kanals of land, the CAA spokesman repeated his earlier stance, saying: “We can assure you that the entire land has already been taken over by the CAA.”

Much before acquiring additional land of 345 kanals in Chak Fattu for the construction of the New Islamabad International Airport (NIIA) through a real estate agent at inflated prices, President Musharraf could not fulfil his desire to inaugurate the project in January 2004 as the already acquired land of 3,250 kanals was still not in the physical possession of the CAA despite the fact that it had already paid the entire land price.

This revelation has been made by the chairman of the purchase committee of the CAA Brig (R) Pervez Nawaz Bashir in his statement recorded before the Board of Inquiry (BoI), constituted by the Ministry of Defence to probe the purchase of 345 kanals additional land in August 2006 by the CAA through a real estate agent at inflated prices.

Therefore, Brig Pervez Nawaz says in his statement, the groundbreaking ceremony of the NIIA, which was scheduled for January 2004 on the desire of Musharraf, had to be postponed. The case has already been taken up before the Supreme Court of Pakistan. Similar views were also expressed by the former Secretary Defence Lt Gen (R) Tariq Waseem Ghazi in his written reply before the BoI.

Although Musharraf’s earnest desire to perform the groundbreaking ceremony of the NIIA did materialise two years later in August 2006, it led to a controversy when 345 kanals additional land was purchased through a middleman for the same project. In a subsequent probe conducted by the BoI had concluded that it was actually Musharraf’s desire to perform the groundbreaking ceremony at the earliest that eventually led to a speedy buying of the additional land at a rate which later became controversial.

Report By: Abdul Sattar Khan

Mar 9, 2010

PPC Pay and Pension Commission Pakistan 2010- Hopes

What are your hopes from PPC? If you are asked, what will be your recommendations/ Suggestions? How much increase do you wish in the salary package or wages? What steps government of Pakistan should take to eliminate the effect of current price hiking in Pakistan?

Please write your suggestions and recommendation for Pay and Pension Commission of Pakistan.

“Are all government employees equal in the eye of Government Authorities and Policy Makers?” is a question which is being asked by every government official. It is also being reported through some media personnel that PPC recommendations will not be implemented before Federal Budget 2010. Government has recently doubled the salaries of some departments while others are living hand to mouth. Some clerical and non-productive staff is getting high salaries and ranks. While ironically the productive and most important manpower of Pakistan is being neglected. I think that keeping in mind the current inflation, government of Pakistan should increase the salaries of Government Officials to 100%. Not only the government employees but a clear policy should be announced for the private employees and it should be implemented by force.
Moreover besides increasing the salaries, government should also make a clear career policy for all staff and officers of all government employees. Benefits, allowances and facilities should also increase so that the brain drain from Pakistan may be stop.
Write your view or comments about PPC in the given below comments box.

Note: This blog has not any link or relationship to PPC. However we are only providing a platform to discuss this issue in detail.

Pay and Pension Commission recommends up to 70% pay raise

ISLAMABAD: The Pay and Pension Commission (PPC) has decided to recommend the government increase the salaries of its employees by 30%, 40%, 50%, 60% or 70% with effect from July 1, 2010, a senior official at the Ministry of Finance told Daily Times on Thursday.

The PPC’s recommendations would be implemented from the next fiscal year 2010-11 and it would be officially announced at the time of the annunciation of the 2010-11 budget on May 15, 2010, the official said.

The PPC, headed by former State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) governor Dr Ishrat Hussain, is expected to conclude its deliberations on the pay and pension reforms today (Friday). The commission would be submitting its recommendations to the government before the March 23, 2010 deadline issued by the government in this regard.

The conveyance allowance for employees from BS 1 to 16 is being recommended at Rs 2,800 or Rs 3,000, keeping in view the unprecedented increase in public transport fares. This conveyance allowance would be recommended at Rs 5,000 for the officers who are not entitled to an official transport facility.

The medical allowance for the employees from BS 1 to 16 would be probably increased from Rs 500 to Rs 1,000 per month.

The official said that under the pension reforms for the next fiscal year, the PPC will most likely recommend a 25 percent increase in the pensions for the government employees who retired before June 30, 1997. The PPC would most likely recommend a 20-percent increase for those government employees who retired on or after July 1, 1997, he added.

Daily Times
Report By: Sajid Chaudhry

Mar 4, 2010

Vibrant Pakistan Video by Mirza Ikhtiar Baig

Watch this video presentation of Dr. Mirza Ikhtiar Baig (Columnist, Dean CCSK and Director FICAC) which was presented in a conference of World Council of Honorary Counselors in Dubai. This YouTube Video, Vibrant Pakistan is an effort to show the world real face of Pakistan.

We are Pakistanis and we are not Terrorists. Pakistan is a peace loving country and hates terrorism and other criminal activities in the world.

Watch the historic aspects and archeological assets of Pakistan. Watch social and cultural face of Pakistan. You must watch this video, if you want to know the real Pakistan and Pakistanis............

Vibrant Pakistan Video Part 1

Vibrant Pakistan Video Part 2

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