11 schoolchildren suffered injuries when bees stung them in Bukkar

Bhakkar:18 March: Rescue officials said that children were playing in a government primary school when bees from a tree stung them. As a result, 11 children identified as Noshan Hassan Khan, Abdullah, Farhan, Nasir, Huzaifa, Faizan, Banifsha, Palusha, Asma, Emaan Fatima and Ayesha were injured. Officials said that all the children were between three to six years of age. Soon after the incident, rescue officials reached the spot and shifted the children to a local hospital. Hospital sources said that the condition of one of the victims was critical.

Government College University literary festival

LAHORE :18 March:The three-day sixth international conference on education titled as “Beyond Classroom” concluded at University of Education Speakers at the Ravians Literary Festival at Government College University (GCU) on Saturday highlighted the need to protect tangible and intangible cultural heritage of Lahore. “We understand the change is inevitable but it should not be at the cost of cultural heritage,” said Architect Nayyar Ali Dada while addressing the opening session of the festival on “Evolution of Lahore”.

International conference on education at University of Education

Lahore:March 18:The three-day sixth international conference on education titled as “Beyond Classroom” concluded at University of Education (UOE) here on Saturday. Punjab Minister for School Education Rana Mashood Ahmad Khan was the chief guest of the closing ceremony. He lauded the university management for organising the conference. University of Education VC Prof Dr Rauf-i-Azam said renowned researchers from different countries presented their research papers.The news.

Punjab University participated in CM’s Co-Curricular Competitions

Lahore:16 March: Punjab University (PU) students from various departments participated in Chief Minister’s Co-Curricular Competitions Lahore District Round and gained positions. In Urdu debate degree level competition Muhammad Fahad Bin Faraz got second position while in Postgraduate level Sabahat Qamar and Shaista Fajar obtained first and third positions respectively.

Government College organised a seminar “Dare to Dream

LAHORE:March 16:University (GCU) on Thursday organised a seminar “Dare to Dream” to motivate students especially the girls to follow their dreams in life. According to a press release, former Pakistan women cricket team captain Ms. Marina Iqbal and noted poet Ahmad Hammad shared the motivational stories of their success and advised the students to work harder to turn their dreams into reality. The seminar was followed by training session to make students aware of the requirements of employers.

Beaconhouse National University three-day conference

LAHORE:March 16:Renowned peace activist and political analyst, Mr OP Shah visited Beaconhouse National University (BNU) Thursday. According to a press release, he was accompanied by member of the Board of Governors, BNU, former foreign minister Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri. During his visit to BNU, Shah called on Vice-Chancellor, Shahid Hafiz Kardar, Deans and faculty. He also delivered a talk at the university auditorium attended by faculty and students.

Comprehensive policy to promote science education demanded

LAHORE:March 16: Punjab Higher Education Commission (PHEC) Chairperson Dr Mohammad Nizam-ud-Din said there was support for science education in Pakistan but if we really wanted to promote it we had to devise a comprehensive policy in this regard. He said this while addressing the 6th International Conference on Education (ICE) with the theme ‘’Science Beyond Classroom’’. The conference commenced at the University of Education (UOE) on Thursday.

inaugural ceremony of Punjab Tianjin University of Technical Education

LAHORE:March 16: Punjab Minister for Schools Education Rana Mashhood has said the inaugural ceremony of the proposed Punjab Tianjin University of Technical Education (PTUT) will be held on March 23 in which Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif will be the chief guest. A temporary campus of this university has been set up in Township Lahore whereas permanent campus will be constructed on Raiwind Road, he added.

HED has started process of hiring lecturers for public colleges

LAHORE:11March: The Punjab Higher Education Department (HED) has started the process of hiring lecturers for public colleges in the province and has initiated appointments and postings for the purpose. The HED has so far made appointments and postings of around 519 male and female lecturers against vacant posts in government-run colleges of the province. These belong to subjects, including mathematics, chemistry, botany, zoology, physics, Islamiyat, Urdu and biology.

National University of Modern Languages Skills workshop ends

BAHAWALPUR:11 March:Education is the only way countries can surpass developmental milestones, he emphasised. DHA Bahawalpur Project Director Brigadier (Retd ) Shahid Mehmood said that education is a powerful weapon which can change the world. He also added that DHA has maintained its traditions and is working towards fulfilling its promises. Published in The Express Tribune, March 11th, 2018.


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