Colleges in Lahore

Punjab Professors Association marched from MAO College

LAHORE:19 April: College professors vowed to continue their protest, saying that they will not budge an inch from their camps set up outside Punjab Civil Secretariat until negotiations with the Punjab Higher Education Department (PHED) bear fruit, on Wednesday. The teachers, under the umbrella of the Punjab Professors and Lecturers Association (PPLA), marched from MAO College to the civil secretariat. The protesters raised slogans against the policies of PHED and demanded that that recent legislation adopted by the department be reversed.

Good riddance?: Mobile phone use banned at college

Lahore:February 6:“It is true that the college has its own code of conduct, but it is incomprehensible to create panic and then bash the phones for all to see,” she said. “I think they want to act like some kind of moral police,” the student claimed. “It is strange that Avicenna has such rules when government or private universities allow cellphones,” she said, adding, “Instead of imposing a draconian code of conduct, they should try to convince students by giving them logical arguments.” Varsity staff’s lense

Video of college staff bashing students' cellphones in Lahore goes viral

LAHORE:February 6:A recent video in which a local university staff member in Lahore can be seen bashing cellphones has gone viral on Monday. The incident which took place at the Avicenna Medical College, struck fear into the hearts of students as the act was deemed a form of moral policing by staff. A student posted the video on twitter, saying that varsity administration hauled up the phones during routine inspection and proceeded to destroy them.

254 receive degrees in Shadbagh college convocation

LAHORE:23 January: The 2nd convocation of Government Postgraduate College for Women, Shadbagh held here Monday in which a total of 254 graduates and postgraduates received degrees and medals. Punjab Minister for Higher Education Syed Raza Ali Gillani was the chief guest on the occasion. Addressing the convocation, he said the department was focusing on providing equal opportunities of higher education to both male and female students.

Protesting students want their degrees recognised by HEC

LAHORE:02 December:A large number of students of the Imperial College of Business Studies (ICBS) held a protest and a sit-in outside the Lahore Press Club on Thursday. They demanded that their degrees get attested by the Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan. Students were of the view that the ICBS management, HEC, Punjab Higher Education Commission (PHEC) and Punjab Higher Education Department (HED) had misled them. They added that despite several assurances, their degrees were not being recognised by the authorities.

Beaconhouse National College Fair held

LAHORE:10 november:The Beaconhouse National College Fair 2017 which featured more than 50 leading universities across the globe was being held at the Pearl Continental Hotel in Lahore. The event was being met by an overwhelming response with attendance from many students across Lahore. The purpose of this event was to bring together international and national universities under one roof for the benefit of thousands of students in terms of applications, career counseling and exclusive scholarships.

Punjab College bagged first and third positions in BSc Exam

LAHORE :09 september:Two students of Punjab College bagged first and third positions in BSc examinations 2017 of the Punjab University. According to a press release, students Sadaf Zahid and Asma Latif were declared first and third with 681 and 668 marks respectively. PU Vice Chancellor Dr. Zafar Moeen, announced the results and awarded cheques, certificates and shields to the position holders. He also congratulated the students on these outstanding achievements.

Students visit military units

LAHORE:04 August: A group of students and faculty members from a private university spent a day out visiting various military units and formations of Pakistan Army at Lahore Garrison. According to an ISPR press release, the programme was specifically organised to enlighten students on routine functioning of Pakistan Army, its organisation and defence capability. The day-long programme started with wreath-laying ceremony at Yadgar-e-Shuhada to pay homage to martyrs of Pakistan Army. The students visited a field formation and had an informal interaction with officers and soldiers.

Medical course started at College of CPSP College

Lahore:08 July:According to a press release, 16 senior doctors are participating in the course from across Punjab. The 156th Advance Trauma Life Support Course (ATLS) will continue for three days at CPSP Regional Centre, Lahore. Course coordinators Prof Muhammad Farooq Afzaal, Prof Ahsan Nazir Ahmed and Dr Khalid Cheema demonstrated the medical treatment and the precautionary measures.The news.

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