Punjab University Lahore

Punjab University Results of MA Arabic Part-I supple Exam

Lahore:13 April: Punjab University Examinations Department has declared the results of MA Arabic Part-I supplementary examination 2016, MA Diplomacy & Strategic Studies Part-I supplementary examination 2016, MA History Part-I supplementary examination 2016, MA Persian Part-I supplementary examination 2016, MA Physical Education Part-I supplementary examination 2016, MSc Sports Science & Physical Education Part-I supplementary examination 2016, MBA (3 ½ years programme) Part-III (3rd year) annual examination 2016 and MSc I.T (first year) annual examination 2016.

Punjab University BA/BSc Part-I annual exam

Lahore:13 April: Punjab University BA/BSc Part-I annual examinations 2017 will commence from April 19, 2017, for which roll number slips have been dispatched to all candidates on their addresses. According to a press release issued here on Wednesday, if any candidate has not received slip, he/she can receive the duplicate slip from BA/BSc Hall, Exams Department, New Campus with a photocopy of CNIC.The news.

Punjab University Vice-Chancellor Visited various Exam Centres

Lahore:April 6: Punjab University Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Zafar Mueen Nasir on Wednesday visited various examination centres to review arrangements for BA/BSc examinations 2017. Controller of Examinations Prof Dr Shahid Munir, additional controllers Muhammad Rauf Nawaz and Raja Shahid Javed were also present on the occasion. The vice-chancellor talked to teachers, students and parents regarding arrangements for smoothly conducting the examinations and instructed the officials to remain vigilant.

Job fair at Punjab University

Lahore:April 3:The 7th job fair of the Punjab University’s College of Information Technology (PUCIT) was held here on Sunday in which 43 leading multinational and national IT companies had set up their stalls. PU Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Zafar Mueen Nasir, PUCIT Principal Prof Dr Syed Mansoor Sarwar, faculty members and a large number of students were present on the occasion.

Pakistan Day at Punjab University

Lahore:24 March: Academic work is off on account of Pakistan Day at Punjab University, the campus eerily quiet and devoid of students. On the right, farther down from gate four of the new campus, are the boys’ hostel buildings. These, if they could, would tell tales — some myths, others more substantiated — of torture, extortion, moral policing and dirty power politics. Two mobile police units and scores of uniformed cops stand guard at the entrance while others lounge on the green patches along the hostel boundary walls.

Case filed against Punjab University students

Lahore:23 March:Punjab Police on Wednesday registered a case against 'unidentified students' of Punjab University for violence on campus, a day after the clash broke out between rival students' groups. At least 10 students were injured when activists of the Islami Jamiat-i-Talaba (IJT) clashed with students organising a Pakhtun cultural event at the Punjab University on Tuesday. The severity of the clash could be gauged from the intervention of a heavy contingent of police who fired tear gas shells to disperse the violent students.

Punjab University students Clash; 200 booked

Lahore:March 23:Muslim Town police registered a case against 200 students on different criminal charges, following a scuffle between two groups of students at Punjab University News campus. The case was registered against 200 unidentified students under Section 427, 147, 148, 353, 186 PPC on the complaint of the Muslim Town SHO. Police will trace the miscreants and identify them through CCTV footage, police sources said.The news.

Dozens injured in Punjab University clash

LAHORE:22 March:Ethnic diversity is difficult to celebrate at the best of times and becomes virtually impossible when certain elements are out to sabotage it all costs. A stark reminder of this was Tuesday’s clash at the Punjab University which left dozens of students injured. Pakhtun Culture Day celebrations, which aimed to mark the Nauroz festival, reportedly came under attack by students from the Islami Jamiat Talaba (IJT) — the student wing of Jamaat-e-Islami.


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