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LUMS ranked 95th among varsities in Asia

LAHORE:October 27: Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) jumped eight places to make it to the top 100 educational institutions in Asia, according to the QS World University Rankings Asia 2019. LUMS is now ranked at 95 in Asia and at the 41st place regionally. Since 2014, LUMS has moved up 4 times. Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) University Rankings are one of most prestigious and recognised international university rankings in the world.The news.

Workshops at Lahore University of Management Sciences

LAHORE:October 25: Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) held a series of workshops and mini-courses in collaboration with the recently established National Agriculture Robotics Lab (NCRA) and the Centre of Water Informatics (WIT). The series of workshops and mini-courses, held in collaboration with LUMS Department of Electrical Engineering, were funded by the German Academic Exchange (DAAD) along with Competitive International Grants won from Global IEEE Control Systems Society Outreach Fund. Over 600 participants joined the events from across Pakistan.

Lahore College for Women University to establish medical college

LAHORE:22 October: Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) has prepared the PC-I for establishing a medical college at its Kala Shah Kaku Campus to facilitate the girls of the adjoining areas, including Gujranwala. “The PC-I is complete and we will be presenting it to the Punjab governor and chief minister so that a teaching hospital could be made next to the medical college”, said LCWU Vice-Chancellor Dr Farkhanda Manzoor while talking to The News.

Punjab govet given attention to promotion of education

LAHORE:19 October: Provincial Minister for Schools Education Murad Raas has said the dream of a new Pakistan cannot be materialised without 100 percent literacy rate as ignorance is a social menace. The Punjab government has given particular attention to the promotion of education in the new budget because we are fully committed that no child will be left without education in the new Pakistan of Prime Minister Imran Khan.


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