Online monitoring introduced in teaching hospitals

LAHORE:15 November: Specialised Healthcare and Medical Education Secretary Najam Ahmed Shah said an online monitoring system has been introduced for ventilators at teaching hospitals and healthcare institutions. He said the system would further improve the quality of emergency and intensive care unit services. Changing technology: CIME launches facility for medical students He stated this while addressing a training workshop for the staff of 40 teaching hospitals of the province. They were being trained on standard operating procedures (SOPs) for the online monitoring system of ventilators.

Girl on way to school dies in accident

LAHORE :15 November:A 13-year-old girl was killed by a speeding van in the Lorri Adda area on Tuesday. Victim Momina of Chand Chowk was on her way to school in a rickshaw when a rashly driven hit the rickshaw, as a result, she suffered fatal injuries. She was rushed to hospital where she was pronounced dead. Meanwhile, a bike rider was killed by a dumper in the Nishtar Colony area. Victim Awais was on his way on a bike when a dumper hit and killed him.

University of Veterinary signed a MoU with University of Malakand

Lahore:November 15:The University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS), Lahore, signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the University of Malakand (UOM) to promote cooperation in education and research. The MoU was signed by UVAS VC Meritorious Prof Dr Talat Naseer Pasha and UOM VC Dr Gull Zaman at the UVAS City Campus, Lahore.The news.

Academic sessions of moot ends with a message of peace

LAHORE:14 November: The academic sessions of the 1st International Youth Summit Lahore (IYSL) 2017 ended with a message of peace. The moot is being held in Lahore, the cultural hub of Pakistan, by the Centre of Sustainability, Research and Practice (CSRP) with the University of Lahore as the host institution. The IYSL 2017 promises to be a one of a kind event and hopes to become a catalyst of change for the youth of our nation. The academic sessions of IYSL 2017 focused on three thematic areas – sustainability, education and sustainability.

School Reforms Roadmap: Performing districts to receive rewards

LAHORE:November 14: The provincial government has decided to reward administrative officers of schools who performed well and bagged top positions in the recent review of all districts of the province. Administrators of the top five districts and the best-performing division will be given financial rewards for their work. The Punjab government released its school rankings for districts and divisions for the first quarter of 2017-18. It measured performances of public schools in all the 36 districts and the nine divisions of Punjab.

One Health conference begins at UVAS

LAHORE:November 14: The College of Veterinary & Animal Sciences (CVAS) Jhang, a Sub Campus of the University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Lahore, in collaboration with Higher Education Commission (HEC), Punjab Higher Education Commission (PHEC) and Punjab Agriculture Research Board (PARB) organised a 3-day International One Health Conference at UVAS City Campus Lahore. Construction of CUVAS to be completed

10 schoolchildren injured as tractor hits van

FAISALABAD:November 14: At least 10 schoolchildren suffered injuries when a tractor trolley hit a school van due to thick smog on Millat Road, Faisalabad on Monday. Millat Town Police Station Assistant Sub-Inspector Shahid said that a school van, bearing registration number FSO-1261, carrying children was on its way when a recklessly driven tractor trolley coming from behind hit the vehicle near Rasoolpur due to poor visibility. As a result, 10 children sustained minor injuries. They were shifted to Allied Hospital for treatment. Later, they were discharged after provision of first aid.

Punjab University library orientation

LAHORE :November 14:The Punjab University library has started its annual ‘library orientation programme’ for freshers. While addressing the ceremony, PU Chief Librarian Dr Muhammad Haroon Usmani said library was to satisfy the need of all students especially the researchers. He assured continuity and enrichment of the orientation programme. “The library would organise six programmes on daily basis and to accommodate freshers the programmes would continue until January 2018”, he added.The news.

Delay likely in admissions to public medical colleges, universities

Lahore:November 14:Admissions to public medical colleges and universities may be delayed because the Sindh Health Department is yet to finalise the institution that would conduct the prerequisite entry test. On Saturday the health department had cancelled the October 22 entry test conducted by the National Testing Service (NTS) on allegations of question paper leak and other anomalies, announcing that the test would be retaken within 15 days.

Teacher arrested in Lodhran for brutally beating student, breaking his leg

Lodhran:13 November:A government school teacher was arrested in Lodhran, Punjab on Sunday for breaking a teenage student’s leg while brutally beating him with a stick. Two days ago, Asghar, a teacher at the Govt High School Gogran, subjected 15-year-old Nabeel, a class X student, to severe punishment for not wearing his uniform to school, Express News reported. Following media reports of the incident, Lodhran Deputy Commissioner Raja Khurram suspended the teacher and police booked and arrested the teacher. Four-year-old suffers temporary hearing loss after being beaten by teacher

Distribution scheme: More students to get laptops in Punjab

Multan:13 November:While speaking to The Express Tribune, a student Shaheed Sarfaraz said that he was a needy student and with the help of the government, he could continue his studies. Another student Rimshah Ishaq from Government Postgraduate College said, “We are taking advantage of the educational reforms and are making great progress with facilities like laptop and scholarship.”Published in The Express Tribune, November 13th, 2017.

4,100 students get free laptops

MULTAN:13 November:Provincial Minister for Higher Education Raza Ali Gillani said that Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz government increased the spirit of education among students, who are the future of our country. He shared this while addressing the fourth phase of laptop distribution scheme in Dera Ghazi Khan. Sargodha University establishes e-Rozgar centre At least 4,100 students were provided free laptops. The ceremony was presided over by Mehboob Hussain. It was attended by students, parents, and government officials.

Some private schools to remain closed today

LAHORE:13 November:The competent authority has observed, with grave concern, that the aforementioned directions had been conveyed time to time for strict compliance. However, certain incidents [like the death of the student] show poor compliance and negligence on the part of field formations. You are therefore, once again, requested to follow the above mentioned instructions in letter and spirit. Actions taken in this regard must be communicated to this department within a week.”Published in The Express Tribune,


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