Monthly Archives: February 2012
Karachi authorities destroyed a breed of toxic Khaga fish. Action being launched against people involved in sale of this sort of fish. all karachi fisheries authority against this fish hunting ans selling in market and awareness the peoples with all medias
Care full with khaga fish (Toxic fish) is poison fish save ur live destroyed the
Which is wound around it forming coils, thereby countering the centrifugal force that is the main cause of balloon formation.
This problem, typical of ring spinning machines since it derives from their very working principle, is very evident in the case of woollen and semi-worsted ring spinning frames, due to the coarseness of the yarn and the large size of the spool and ring. It is known that the factors negatively affecting yarn tension are essentially related to the size of the balloon, to
Considerable progress has been made in the area of workplace safety (owing to its structure, the card is, unfortunately, a highly dangerous machine): as a result, the carding units and the sides are now protected and fitted with safety devices. The widespread installation of automatic cleaning devices has made an important contribution to efforts to increase safety in the workplace, eliminating the need for manual intervention in this generally rather risky operation.
Secondary School Certificate Part-I & part-II (Annual) Examination, 2012.
Abbottabad Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, (Bise Abbottabad ) issue the Date sheet of SSC Secondary School Certificate, Part-I part-ii (Class iX) (Class X), Science Group General group (WRITTEN exam and practical EXAMINATION) exams 2012 are scheduled to be held from March 3rd to May 3rd 2012, Controller of Examinations, Abbottabad Board of Intermediate Secondary Education, (Bise
Lala calls for unified education policy can benefit all and sundry without any discrimination Peshawar Public School and College,
PESHAWAR, Veteran nationalist politician Afzal Khan Lala has urged the policymakers and academicians to devise a unified policy of education that can benefit all and sundry without any discrimination.
Addressing a gathering at Peshawar Public School and College, arranged to observe the first death anniversary of noted educationist Abdul Raziq Swati, he said that the present education system in the country had divided the nation into different classes, according to a press release issued here
PESHAWAR, Feb 28: B-tech engineers on Tuesday held a protest demonstration at Sher Shah Suri Road against the government for not giving them status of BE engineers.
Holding banners and placards inscribed with their demands they also shouted slogans for solution to their problems.
They demanded that the government implement the decision of court for equalising the B-tech (Hons) to BE Engineering and called for provision of maximum opportunities for B-tech graduates.
LAHORE, Feb 28: A number of boarders at the Queen Mary College hostel complain of poor quality mess, sanitation and a show of discrimination by the administration on certain occasions.
The hostel and college administration, however, dismiss the complaints.
Students informed Dawn the hostel was untidy while the mess was not only substandard but also below required quantity.
Moreover, it did not match the notified menu. They said the hostel canteen was too expensive as the contractor
The Pakistan Islamic Medical Association will organise Free blood screening, diagnostic camps 22nd biennial international convention, at the Expo Centre
KARACHI, The Pakistan Islamic Medical Association will organise free blood screening and diagnostic camps on March 2, the first day of its 22nd biennial international convention, at the Expo Centre.
Chief coordinator of the PIMA convention Dr Sohail Akhtar told reporters on Tuesday that elaborate arrangements had been made to increase public awareness of non-communicable diseases and provide short duration investigations and screening of blood to the public during the convention.
KARACHI, Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK) chairman Prof M. Saeed Siddiqui has called upon examination officials to appoint honest teachers as centre coordination officers (CCOs) in order to ensure that papers are not leaked out during their transportation from the board office to exam centres.
Speaking to a committee formed to appoint CCOs for the forthcoming Class IX and X exams on Tuesday, he said that it was imperative that the exams were held in a transparent manner to ensure
Institute of Business Administration (IBA) sets up Rs2.5m fund under an agreement with the House Building Finance Company Limited (HBFCL)
KARACHI, The Institute of Business Administration (IBA) under an agreement with the House Building Finance Company Limited (HBFCL) has set up a Rs2.5 million fund to produce and groom future professionals.
The agreement was signed by IBA director and dean Dr Ishrat Hussain and HBFCL managing director Azhar A. Jaffri at a ceremony held at the IBA city campus on Tuesday.
Dr Hussain told the audience that support from other institutions was vital for capacity building of young, talented