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The Government of Punjab, School Education Department
(Entry Test for the Recruitment of Educators in all Districts of Punjab)

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Last Date For Application Submission:

Wednesday, 31st August 2016

 
 Test Dates for Phase-1:

Friday 21st, Saturday 22nd, Sunday 23rd,
Friday 28th, Saturday 29th & Sunday 30th October 2016

Answer Keys

S.No.
Posts
Answer Keys
1

Elementary School

Educator (BPS-9)

2

Elementary School Educator

(Science-Math) BPS-9

3

Senior Elementary School

Educator (English) (BPS-14)

4

Senior Elementary School

Educator(M.A Urdu) (BPS-14)

5

Senior Elementary School

Educator(Mathematics) (BPS-14)

6

Senior Elementary School

Educator(Science) (BPS-14)

7

Senior Elementary School

Educator(Arabic) (BPS-14)

8

Senior Elementary School

Educator(Computer Science) (BPS-14)

9

Senior Elementary School

Educator(PET) (BPS-14)

10

Senior Elementary School

Educator(DM) (BPS-14)

11

Secondary School Educator

(M.A Urdu) (BPS-16)

12

Secondary School Educator

(English) (BPS-16)

13

Secondary School Educator

(Mathematics) (BPS-16)

14

Secondary School Educator

(Physics) (BPS-16)

15

Secondary School Educator

(Biology) (BPS-16)

16

Secondary School Educator

(Chemistry) (BPS-16)

17

Secondary School Educator

(Computer Science) (BPS-16)

Terms & Conditions

 

  • Candidates from all the districts of Punjab can Apply for entry test.
  • Married female candidate can apply either against her domicile or against her husband domicile.
  • Candidates must mention their district of domicile in the application form and their result shall be declared according to their mentioned domicile. In case of married women, their result shall be declared according to her domicile or their husband's domicile.
  • Upper age limit for fresh candidates including relaxation in age limit as per Government Policy is as under:
    • Males 35 years.
    • Female 38 years.
    • Disable 40 years.
  • In service Candidates , the period of his / her continuous service shall be excluded from his / her age for the purpose of upper age limit i.e 30 Years.
  • Eligibility of candidates will be determined on the basis of prescribed academic qualification as given against each post.
  • Qualifying marks for Educators = 50% Marks.
  • Test will be held at all districts Headquarters, Tehsil Headquarters or other indicated places subject to the number of candidates.
  • A candidate can apply for more than one post by submitting separate form for each post with separate fee.
  • Sample paper will be available on NTS Website nts.org.pk & PMIU Website www.persp.edu.pk
  • Candidates shall present original documents , along with a set of attested copies of all relevant documents , at the time of interview in case any of the documents found fake or bogus , candidature of the particular candidate will be stand cancelled.
  • Incomplete application form in any respect shall not be entertained by NTS.
  • Age and Qualification of the Candidates shall be determined with respect to 21st November, 2016 as per Advertisement of concerned District Recruitment Committee headed by DCO.
  • No of Posts (Gender Wise) shall be fixed, increased or decreased by the District Government Recruitment Committee.
  • Final Selection/Recruitment of candidates shall be made after detailed scrutiny of credentials by District Recruitment Committee Headed by concerned DCO.
  • All the successful candidates of current NTS entry test (2016-2017) shall Apply in response of the advertisement published by Chairman District Recruitment Committee/DCO concerned.
  • School Specific Recruitment Policy (2016-2017) for Educators (Criteria/ Scheme of Study for Test Course Outline/Paper Distribution) shall be available on NTS website (nts.org.pk)
  • BS (Honors 4 Years) in Prescribed subjects/ Masters in any branch of the prescribed subject can also apply.
  • The candidates having prescribed academic qualification will be considered for the post of Educators, however the candidates without prescribed professional qualification appearing in the merit list may be considered as per ranking criteria Such candidates in case of selection, will have to acquire the prescribed professional qualification within three years otherwise their contract will stand terminated, without any
  • The candidates having BA /BSc with diploma in physical education (1 Year) issued by the recognized Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) or university can also apply for the Post of SESE (PET). However they will have to acquire prescribed academic qualification within 5 years. Apart of MSc in Physical Education cannot be equated to Senior Diploma in Physical Education.
  • The candidates having BA/BSc with Diploma in Fine Arts (1 year) issued by the recognized Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) or BA with Fine Arts an Elective Subject of 200 Marks issued by the recognized university can also apply for the post of SESE (DM). However, they will have to acquire prescribed academic qualification within 5 years.
  • Shahadat -UI- Sanwia Aama is equivalent to SSC (Arts Group) provided the students (applicants) have passed three compulsory subjects i.e English, Urdu, and Pakistan Studies at SSC level. Shahadat-U1- Sanwia Khasa is equivalent to HSSC (Humanities Group) Provided that students (applicant) have passed three compulsory subjects i.e. English, Urdu and Pakistan Studies at HSSC level that is in case they have passed Shahadat-UI-Sanwia Khasa before 2009. From January 2009 while afterwards passing the same they are required to pass four additional subjects i.e. English, Urdu and any two elective or optional subjects given in list of the subjects in the approved scheme of studies. Duration of Aama + Khasa certificate is subsequent two years each.
  • Test of Urdu and Arabic portion shall be conducted in Urdu and Arabic medium respectively, and rest shall be conducted in English medium.
  • Result awaiting candidates may apply up to 21st November, 2016 for NTS Educators entry test.
  • Result Cards of previous NTS Test shall not valid for current
  • Any amendment will be communicated by NTS website (nts.org.pk)

 

Instructions

 

  • Application form and online deposit slip are available on National Testing Service Website nts.org.pk and PMIU (Government of the Punjab) Website www.persp.edu.pk
  • Applications must be received at the given address not later than 31st August, 2016
  • NTS will not be responsible for late receipt of applications sent through post or by any other courier Service.
  • Please submit your test fee Rs. 475/- through prescribed deposit slip on any online branch of HBL, MCB, UBL or ABL.
  • Candidates are required to send their applications to NTS Headquarters Islamabad on prescribed forms along with paid online deposit slip (original).
  • Candidates are not allowed to bring cell phones to the examination centers.
  • Deposited amount is non-refundable and non-transferable.
  • Applications submitted by hand will not be entertained.
  • Change of Test Center, Category is not allowed. Original CNIC and Roll Number Slip is Mandatory for test entry.
  • Roll Number Slips can also be downloaded from NTS website.

 

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What is Mesothelioma Survival Rate

Mesothelioma survival rate refers to the percentage of survivors who live a year or more after diagnosis. About 55 percent of mesothelioma patients survive six months, and 30-40 percent survive longer than a year. Only about 9 percent survive five years or more.

“How Long Can I Live With Mesothelioma?”

This question is commonly asked by those who have been diagnosed with mesothelioma, a deadly form of cancer caused by asbestos. Unfortunately, as with most diseases, there is no one answer to how long a mesothelioma patient will live.
Mesothelioma Survival RatesMesothelioma Survival Rates
6 months after diagnosis 55%
1 year after diagnosis 33%
5 years after diagnosis 9%

Survival Rates for Mesothelioma Are Improving

The good news is that survival rates for mesothelioma patients are improving. A 2015 meta-study looked at 20 years worth of results from 1992 – 2012, and during that period the two major forms of mesothelioma (pleural and peritoneal) have both seen an improvement in survivorship.
Mesothelioma Survival Rate by TypeLife Expectancy by Mesothelioma Cell Type
Pleural Peritoneal Pericardial
1 year 73% 92% 51%
3 years 3% 74% 26%
5 years 12% 65% 23%
10 years 4.7% 39% (N/A)
According to the study, peritoneal mesothelioma survivorship has especially shown significant improvement, largely due to new forms of treatment, such as hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy (HIPEC).

The Effect of Treatment on Survival

The type of treatment a mesothelioma patient receives can affect survival rates. Whether this is due to the treatment itself or to other factors (e.g., if the patient is too ill to undergo a more aggressive treatment) may not always be apparent. While there has been no single study showing survival rates based on treatment across all types of mesothelioma, separate studies have been done on the two most common forms of mesothelioma.
Mesothelioma Survival Rate by Treatment Type Mesothelioma Survival Rate by Treatment Type
Pleural Mesothelioma
Chemotherapy Only 2 years 19%
5 years 4%
Pleurectomy / Decortication (P/D) 2 years 40%
5 years 10%
Extrapleural Pneumonectomy (EPP) 2 years 37%
5 years 12%
Peritoneal Mesothelioma
CRS-207 + Hyperthermic Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy (HIPEC) 5 years 50%
For pleural mesothelioma, patients who undergo a pleurectomy/decortication (P/D) or extrapleural pneumonectomy (EPP) – both of which are usually part of a multimodal treatment plan – generally have a much higher rate of survival than those who receive chemotherapy alone. For peritoneal mesothelioma, patients who undergo cytoreductive surgery (CRS) with HIPEC have significantly higher rates of survival. When combined with systemic chemotherapy as an adjuvant treatment, the 5-year survival rate of patients who undergo CRS + HIPEC can be as high as 67%.

Other Survival Rate Factors

The survival rate for mesothelioma patients depend on a variety of factors. These include things such as the patient’s age, health, and the treatment they receive. Ever individual case is different, and one survival rate may not necessarily apply to a specific patient’s case.

Stage at Diagnosis

Mesothelioma staging can impact survival rate significantly. Patients diagnosed at an early stage (Stage I or Stage II) have a much higher survival rate than those diagnosed at a later stage (Stage III or Stage IV). For example, the 5-year survival rate for Stage 1 peritoneal mesothelioma patients is 87 percent, but only 29 percent for Stage IV.

Age of the Patient

Younger mesothelioma patients have higher rates of survival than older patients. This is due in part to the fact that older people in general have lower survival rates. In addition, with age comes a variety of health-related conditions that can make a mesothelioma diagnosis more deadly.

Sex

According to data provided by the National Cancer Institute’s SEER database, women have a higher 5-year survival rate (16%) than men (9.3%). It is not entirely clear why this is so, though some reasons may include that women are generally diagnosed at a younger age, they are more likely to get regular medical checkups, and they may be in better overall health.

Race

There is some evidence that African-Americans who have mesothelioma have a slightly longer 5-year survival rate than Caucasian mesothelioma patients. However, because Caucasians have a much higher incidence of mesothelioma, there may not be enough cases of African-Americans who have the disease to make a substantive determination.

Genetics

Several studies have shown that certain genetic factors can affect survival rates among patients. For example, mesothelioma patients who have certain mutations of BRCA1-associated protein-1 (BAP1) appear to have much better survival rates than other individuals who develop the disease, according to one study.