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20 pc increase in salaries for invigilators approved.

RAWALPINDI, 21 April , 2009 (Frontier Start) -- On the recommendations of Punjab Board Chairman Committee (PBCC PBCC Palm Beach Community College
PBCC Packet Binary Convolutional Coding (RF modulation)
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PBCC Pitney Bowes Credit Corporation
PBCC PowerBASIC Console Compiler
PBCC Peninsula Bible Church Cupertino
), Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif has approved 20 percent increase in the package of superintendents and invigilators performing their responsibilities in SSC SSC Secondary School Certificate
SSC Standard Systems Center (USAF)
SSC State Services Commission (New Zealand)
SSC Swedish Space Corporation
SSC Salem State College (Massachusetts) 
 and HSSC HSSC Harris-Stowe State College (St.Louis, MO)
HSSC Higher Secondary School Certificate
HSSC Harmonised System of Survey and Certification
HSSC Hawaii State Student Council
HSSC High Speed Subcarrier Committee
 examinations. According to reliable sources, the committee on the complaints of invigilators and paper checking staff of all eight educational boards of the province including Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (RBISE) regarding low payment, sent a summary to CM Punjab. Chairman PBCC Mrs. Balqees Akram has announced the approval of the summary by CM and expressed her hope that the examination staff would work with further devotion and hardworking.

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Publication:The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)
Date:Apr 21, 2009
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