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TIE providing some amazing opportunities to every knowledge seeker

LAHORE:May 18: The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE), Lahore Chapter, hosted another Talk “The Clans We Lead” with Dr Amjad Saqib – CEO of Akhuwat, at NIC Lahore, LUMS. TiE Lahore Chapter started in 2002 with efforts of Syed Babar Ali and has gradually come to a point where it has some of the best mentors to guide and facilitate the growth process of Entrepreneurs.

a balanced diet to avoid stomach problems Nishtar Medical University

Multan:17 May: Spicy food, self-medication, stress and depression are the major causes of increasing stomach diseases, which begin from acidity and finally change into a stomach ulcer; it can be controlled if diagnosed in the beginning. Acidity in the stomach is a common disease and with the passage of time more and more people become patients of this stomach disease. These views were expressed by the speakers at a seminar on “effects of stomach acidity on everyday life” jointly organised by Shaigan Pharmaceuticals and Mir Khalil-ur-Rahman Memorial Society (MKRMS), Jang Group of Newspapers).

Hunar Foundation held a panel discussion for partnership for TVET

Lahore:17 May:Addressing the importance of vocational training in the light of public-private partnership for TVET (Technical and Vocational Education and Training), Hunar Foundation held a panel discussion on Tuesday evening. The panel, moderated by Mehdi Hasnain, CEO Hunar Foundation, comprised Mansoor Ahmed, CEO Karachi Tools, Dies and Moulds Centre, Yusuf Mirza of International Steel limited, Tariq Ahmed Khan of Toyota Indus, Abbas Akberali of Amreli Steels and Kashif Ahmed Soomro of Engro Thar Coal.

Early Childhood Education classrooms established at 5,000 schools

LAHORE:13 May: The Punjab government has initiated a monitoring drive for Early Childhood Education (ECE) classrooms established at 5,000 schools across the province. An order has also been issued to complete the drive before the start of summer vacations – May 17. A letter was released to all district education authorities (DEAs) chief executive officers (CEOs) by the programme monitoring and implementation unit (PMIU) of the Punjab Education Sector Reform Programme (PMIU-PESRP). It instructed that all ECE classrooms would be checked by the assistant education officers (AEOs) by May 16.

3,000 women to receive motorcycles in Punjab

LAHORE:13 May: Around 300 women, who have completed motorcycle training, will be handed over their two-wheelers at Al Hamra Hall on Sunday (today) as part of the Women on Wheels project. After receiving the motorcycles, the women will ride them in a group on Mall Road. The Chief Minister Punjab’s Strategic Reforms Unit (SRU), in collaboration with the Transport Department and Bank of Punjab, launched the programme. Over 3,500 women had been trained through this initiative across five districts of Punjab, including Lahore, Faisalabad, Sargodha, Multan and Rawalpindi.

Integrated Learning Interventions at University of Veterinary Sciences

LAHORE :May 13: The concluding ceremony of a weeklong training “Mapping of DVM Curriculum for OIE Compliance and Integrated Learning Interventions” was held at University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) here on Saturday. According to a press release, UVAS Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Talat Naseer Pasha presided over the concluding session of the training and distributed certificates among the participants and resource persons.

Punjab SED issued directions to assign homework during summer

LAHORE:12 May: The Punjab School Education Department (SED) has issued directions to assign homework to all students during summer vacations. According to a letter issued by the SED Chief Minister’s Monitoring Force, District Education Authorities (DEAs) Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) of all the districts of the province had been told to have homework assigned to all students within a week.

Punjab University organised a seminar

LAHORE:12 May:Punjab University (PU) Centre for South Asian Studies (CSAS) Friday organised a seminar “The Geo Strategic Dimensions and Post 9/11 Afghanistan”. According to a press release, expert on Afghan affairs, intelligence and international security Brig (r) Ishaq Ahmed was the keynote speaker while Prof Dr Umbreen Javaid, faculty members, MPhil & PhD scholars and students were also present on the occasion.

Government College University launched a literary magazine

LAHORE:May 12: Government College University’s Quaid-e-Azam Hostel launched a literary magazine “The Quaid” at its silver jubilee celebrations. GCU VC Prof Dr Hassan Amir, Hostel Warden Prof Dr Ahmad Adnan and Superintendent Dr M Nouman Sarwar Qureshi along with the students cut the cake of the celebration. They also unveiled the first edition of “The Quaid”.The news.

in all Punjab Schools summer vacation from 17th May

LAHORE :11 May: Punjab School Education Minister Rana Mashhood has announced public and private schools summer vacation across Punjab from May 17. Addressing a press conference here on Thursday, the minister said the schools would reopen on August 10 and a new government would be in place after the general elections 2018. He said the decision for early summer vacation was made in view of increasing temperatures and Ramazan.

A teachers-parents meeting at an institute for special children

LAHORE :11 May: A teachers-parents meeting was held on Thursday at an institute for special children, Defence Campus, Lahore. The meeting was held on the completion of the second term and parents were briefed on the performance of their children. The parents also sought guidelines from teachers to impart training to their children at home as well. They were handed over results of their children along with beautiful skills enhancing gifts. Parents also wrote their impressions about their children’s abilities and atmosphere of the institute.

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