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Punjab University Professor participated in an international Conference

Lahore:08 July:Punjab University Institute of Education and Research Professor Dr Abid Hussain Chaudhry participated in an international conference in Toronto, Canada. Renowned academics in field of education from various parts of the world participated in the conference. Addressing the delegates, Dr Abid Hussain Chaudhry said that teachers in Pakistan must learn modern technologies being utilised in the profession of teaching because new challenges had emerged in the field.

Plan to upgrade education facilities in 44 cantonments

Rawalpindi :08 July: Dr. Saima Shah, Director Military Lands & Cantonments, Rawalpindi Saturday unveiled a plan to upgrade health and education facilities in 44 Cantonments area all over the country. Dr. Saima Shah in a media briefing on Saturday said that Major General Syed Najam ul Hassan, Director General, Military Lands & Cantonments Rawalpindi has directed to complete the task as per master plan.

PTU said thousands of teachers not paid their dues

LAHORE:07 July: Schoolteachers demanded the payment of their dues for examination duties. They asserted that the amounts should be cleared and asked the interim chief minister to take note of the situation. In a statement issued on Thursday, Punjab Teachers’ Union (PTU) said thousands of teachers had not been paid their dues even after three months. The statement said the Punjab Examination Commission (PEC) was yet to release the remuneration for their examination duties as invigilators and paper markers.

launch of Consortium for Applied Data Science at IT University

LAHORE :06 July: The launch of Consortium for Applied Data Science (CADS) will help the researchers at Information Technology University (ITU), Punjab, to analyse data about various sectors gathered by the Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) to find solutions through one platform for policy-makers and to make public sector efficient and transparent.

PAF Combat Commanders graduation ceremony

LAHORE :July 6: “Being the combatant of this elite organisation, upholding the pledge to ‘Live For’, ‘Fight For’ and ‘Die For’ the country and the PAF is our first and foremost duty”, said the Air Chief while addressing the graduation ceremony of 50th Combat Commanders’ Course at Airpower Centre of Excellence (ACE), Sargodha. Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan, Chief of the Air Staff, Pakistan Air Force, was the chief guest at the occasion.

GC University conferred PhD degrees on two female students

LAHORE :05 July: Government College University (GCU) on Wednesday conferred PhD degrees on two immensely determined female students, Aziza Saeed and Kausar Inyat, who despite facing physical challenges completed their research on very novel topics in Urdu Literature. Aziza Saeed is the first visually-impaired student to receive PhD degree from GCU Lahore, while Kausar Inyat has been suffering from brain tumour.

UET Tuesday is last date for online registration of entrance test for admissions

LAHORE :03 July: Tuesday (today) is last date for the purchasing of token for online registration of entrance test for admissions in BSc Engineering and BSc Engineering Technology programmes in University of Engineering & Technology (UET), Lahore, its affiliated engineering colleges and other engineering institutions around Punjab. In a press release, a UET spokesperson said online registration forms would be submitted till Wednesday (tomorrow) by logging into the web link http://admission .uet. edu. pk He added guidelines for preparation of entrance test were also available at the web link.

caretaker CM was briefed on performance of two universities

LAHORE :July 3: Punjab Caretaker Chief Minister Dr Hasan Askari Rizvi met Prof Dr Niaz Ahmad Akhtar, Vice-Chancellor of Punjab University and Prof Dr Hassan Amir Shah, Vice-Chancellor of Government College University (GCU) here Monday. In the separate meetings, the caretaker CM was briefed on performance of the two universities. Speaking on the occasion, Dr Hasan said there was a dire need to equip the youth with latest knowledge and added that progress and development was possible with modern education and skills development.

Twelve students of won 46 medals and two trophies World Scholars Cup

LAHORE :July 3: Twelve students of a private school, Lahore won 46 medals and two trophies in the Global Round of World Scholars Cup, held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Snabil Imran was the only participant, selected for Debate Showcase from Pakistan among 4100 participants from 50 countries. He won 18th top rank debater trophy with nine medals. His teammates Abdullah Raza Bukhari and Aleena Ali won 12 medals.

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