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Lahore college Women University week-long Independence Day celebrations

LAHORE:11th august: The Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) announced week-long Independence Day celebrations and has finalised preparations. LCWU Vice Chancellor Dr Uzma Qureshi approved the events in a meeting and asked that these functions continue with traditional fervour. The events will be celebrated from August 7 to August 12. The university would conduct drama, speech and essay competitions, quiz, national songs, naat and qirat competitions, a poster exhibition and panel discussions. Lahore College for Women University to get a makeover

Lahore College for Women University delegation to go to Quetta

LAHORE:11th august:A delegation of students and faculty members from the Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) will participate in Karwan-e-Yagjehti in Quetta to mark the 70th Independence Day of Pakistan. LCWU to introduce TED Talks on campus The Karwan-e-Yagjehti has been organised by the Higher Education Commission (HEC) in collaboration with the Government of Balochistan and Pakistan Army. Students from all across Pakistan will travel to Quetta to celebrate the Independence Day with the aim to promote national integration in Pakistani youth all across the country.

International conference at Lahore College for Women University

LAHORE:July 21: The three-day international conference ‘Emerging issues in Management Sciences’ organised by Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) concluded here on Thursday with a recommendation of establishing CPEC Centre for Policy Analysis and Research at the LCWU. The conference’s focal person while announcing the final recommendations of the conference said the LCWU’s Faculty of Management and Administrative Sciences will start its research journal, “Journal of Management and Administrative Sciences.”

LCWU to introduce ‘TED Talks’ at its campus

LAHORE:12 July: The Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) has decided to introduce 'Technology, Entertainment, Design (TED) Talks' to shine a spotlight on students' talent. "The TED Talks share ideas from a broad spectrum from science to business to global issues in more than 100 languages. Meanwhile, independent TEDx events help share ideas in communities around the world," a statement quoted LCWU Vice Chancellor as saying.

LCWU to help students train for speech

LAHORE:12 July: Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) will start TED Talks to develop international standards of speech for its students. TED stands for "Technology, Entertainment, Design", and is a conference series that was the brainchild of Richard Saul Wurman, who began it in 1984. In 2001, it was acquired by Chris Anderson, who oversees all conferences today and acts as the curator for thousands of talks that can be viewed at TED.com

Lahore College for Women University conference next week

LAHORE :July 3:Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) will organise an international conference on emerging issues in management sciences next week. According to LCWU Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Uzma Qureshi, the conference is aimed at bringing together the scholars, researchers, educators, students and other groups interested in research to present their works on the developments in management sciences.

In appointments of VCs, still no progress

LAHORE:29 May: No progress has been made so far in the pending appointments of vice-chancellors at four public universities in Punjab. The issue seems to have hit a roadblock as a summary has been pending with the chief minister’s office since May 19. The four universities are Punjab University, Lahore College for Women University (LCWU), University of Sargodha (UoS) and Muhammad Nawaz Sharif University of Engineering and Technology (MNSUET) Multan. Appointments at these four varsities were delayed due to a case that was being heard in the Lahore High Court (LHC).

WIFi service at Lahore College for Women University

LAHORE:22 May:Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) has signed an MoU which will extend the existing wireless facilities of the university. LCWU Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Rukhsana Kausar said the the university would be developed into a 'smart university’ as the federal Higher Education Commission (HEC) would provide WiFi blanket across the campus. Express News.
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