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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

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.

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,

Matric examinations Section 144 imposed at exam centres

Lahore:12 November:BISE Lahore Chairman Chaudhry Muhammad Ismail, in a statement, said that the board observed transparency and on-schedule announcement of results as per the vision of the Punjab chief minister. The statement stated that the chairman instructed officials of the BISE Lahore to ensure timely resolution of any issues faced by students. He instructed officials, including BISE Lahore Secretary Rehana Ilyas, Controller Examination Prof Nasir Jamil among other officials of board.

Programme will operate in five constituent, affiliate institutions.

LAHORE:12 November: About 53.91% candidates passed the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Supplementary Examination 2017 from the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Lahore. The BISE Lahore announced the supplementary examination results on Saturday, in which a total of 28,044 candidates appeared. Out of the total, 15,119 candidates were declared successful by the BISE Lahore with a total pass percentage of 53.91%.

Be the change : PU hosts its first-ever TEDx talk

LAHORE:12 November:Allama Iqbal Open University Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Shahid Siddiqui said that altering beliefs, actions and attitudes would bring sustainable change at all levels. He was delivering a lecture in Technology, Entertainment, Design conference (TEDx) which was organised for the first time at Punjab University by the Department of English Language and Literature on Saturday.

Tevta wanted collaboration with Wales to train youths

Lahore:November 12: Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) Chairman Irfan Qaiser Sheikh said Tevta wanted collaboration with Wales to train youths according to its’ requirement. Irfan Qaiser Sheikh said this while meeting Wales’ Member National Assembly and Shadow Minister for Skills and Science Muhammad Asghar at Tevta Secretariat. Irfan Sheikh said Tevta would start English language as well as specially designed courses for senior citizens and disabled persons. He also sought Wales’ assistance in starting a nursing course under Tevta.

Govet College University exhibition on evolution of big cities

LAHORE:November 12:The Government College University (GCU) organised a photographic exhibition on evolution of big cities in Pakistan held on Saturday in connection with the 8th THAAP Conference. The conference, spread over eight technical sessions, was held in collaboration with the Higher Education Commission (HEC). Some 51 photographs on life in major cities of Pakistan were displayed at the exhibition which was attended by a large number of people.

Christian students rewarded

LAHORE:November 12:A ceremony to award prizes to outstanding students of the Christian community in Punjab was held at the auditorium of St. Anthony’s School. According to a press release, medals and shields were presented to those who got 80 percent and above marks in the 2017 matric exams. Those who secured 90 percent and above marks were awarded an extra award of Rs 5,000. Anoosh John with 1,080 and Faraz Azhar with 1,073 marks were among the highest achievers.

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