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UAF restores nine expelled students after apology

FAISALABAD :02 August:At least nine students of the University of Agriculture, Faisalabad (UAF), who were expelled on charges of criticising the university administration and putting up ‘critical posts’ on social media, were allowed to continue studies after the vice-chancellor accepted their appeals. Those expelled included Sehrish Amin, Waqas Zia, Awais Shabbir, Muhammad Awais Ali Khan, Arabaz Hasan, Umar Bilal, Muhammad Isfandyar Javed, Ghulam Jelani and Zubair Iqbal. UAF – serving as a ray of hope for country’s agricultural woes

VC advises to come up with quality research

FAISALABAD:16 July:The researchers should come up with problem-solving research and indigenous solutions to challenges being faced in societies and industries, said University of Agriculture Faisalabad Vice Chancellor Dr Iqrar Ahmad Khan. He was addressing an appreciation ceremony for technology development funds winners arranged by Office of Research, Innovation and Commercialization, University of Agriculture Faisalabad on Saturday.

PHEC orders immediate redressal of students’ issues

LAHORE:13July:The Punjab Higher Education Commission (PHEC) has taken serious notice of protests by Indus Institute’s students in Dera Ghazi Khan and their degree affiliation issues. PHEC has directed the Indus Institute, Government College University Faisalabad and National College of Business Administration and Economics Lahore to take immediate action and address the concerns of students Separate letters have been written by PHEC to the three aforementioned institutions for immediate compliance and with an order to submit a report by July 20, 2017. Advertisement

Chiniot schools: models of decline and decay

FAISALABAD:11May:The majority of government sector schools in Chiniot district lack even the basic facilities including classrooms, boundary walls, electricity, washrooms, potable water and seating arrangements. Also, no repair work has begun at the buildings of more than 50 schools which have been formally declared dangerous and dilapidated by the provincial education department. The students of these schools have been left with no option but to sit under the open sky in the scorching heat.

New hostel announced for University Faisalabad

FAISALABAD:July 19:The University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, announced on Monday that a new hostel for students will be constructed at the varsity at a cost of Rs200 million. The decision has been taken keeping in view a substantial increase in enrolment, a statement issued on Monday said.

According to the statement, the decision was taken at a meeting of the Endowment Fund Board of Directors (BoD) meeting at the Syndicate Room. The meeting was chaired by Vice Chancellor Iqrar Ahmad Khan.

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