Lahore:March 23:The attack by members of the Islami Jamiat-e-Talaba on a social gathering arranged by Pakhtun students on the Punjab University campus is both shocking and unsurprising. At least five of the students were injured so badly in this wanton attack by the IJT that they had to be rushed to hospital. Sadly, such violence has come to be expected of the IJT. The student wing of the Jamaat-e-Islami considers itself the arbiter of ‘morality’ on campuses around the country and enforces its will on pain of force.
LAHORE:22 March:Ethnic diversity is difficult to celebrate at the best of times and becomes virtually impossible when certain elements are out to sabotage it all costs. A stark reminder of this was Tuesday’s clash at the Punjab University which left dozens of students injured.
Pakhtun Culture Day celebrations, which aimed to mark the Nauroz festival, reportedly came under attack by students from the Islami Jamiat Talaba (IJT) — the student wing of Jamaat-e-Islami.
Lahore:22 March:Punjab Minister for Population Welfare Begum Zakia Shahnawaz has said that education of women is a must for development of society.
According to a press release, she was addressing a symposium on “Psychology for Change: Women and Community” organised by PU Institute of Applied Psychology at Al-Raazi Hall on Tuesday.
Lahore:22 March:Punjab University (PU) will remain closed on Thursday (tomorrow) on account of Pakistan Day.
Meanwhile, in connection with the celebrations of Pakistan Day, the Punjab University Directorate of Students Affairs will organise a play on Wednesday (today). PU VC Dr Zafar Mueen Nasir will be the chief guest on the occasion.The news.
Rawalpindi:22 March:The speakers at the annual prize distribution ceremony of Anglo Arabic Higher Secondary School, Satellite Town, Rawalpindi, Tuesday, made it clear upon the students that hard work always pays dividend for a successful life as there are no short cuts to reaching pinnacle of educational career and subsequently a successful professional life.
“Success is only possible due to dedication, hard work as well as learning from your failures.”
LAHORE:March 22: A clash between the Pashtun students and Islami Jamiat Talaba (IJT) activists erupted at the Punjab University on Tuesday afternoon when the Jamiat members allegedly tried to forcibly halt the ongoing Pashtun Culture Mela.
Lahore:March 20:Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) has announced opening PhD admissions to 10 disciplines with reduced fee. According to a press release, LCWU Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Rukhsana Kausar said minimising the fee would support research culture and attract more and more students to become research scholars. She directed the director research to immediately issue research grant for the existing research scholars of LCWU.
Lahore:March 20: Punjab University (PU) has awarded PhDs to four scholars.
Lahore:March 20:Higher Education Commission Chairman Dr Mukhtar Ahmed has said the HEC is strenuously working to promote higher education access in the country with its prime focus on quality of higher education. There is no compromise on the quality of education.
The Vision 2025, a detail plan and strategy for better education system in Pakistan, has been prepared. Knowledge is being updated on daily bases instead of weekly bases, he expressed during his visit to Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry on Sunday.
Lahore:19 March:Federal Minister for Planning, Development and Reforms Prof Ahsan Iqbal has said research and innovation have become a basic currency of the time.
He said this while addressing the foundation stone-laying ceremony of new academic block, girls’ hostel and student service area, at Kala Shah Kaku campus of University of Health Sciences (UHS) on Saturday.
Higher Education Commission (HEC) Chairman Prof Dr Mukhtar Ahmad, UHS Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Junaid Sarfaraz, researchers, scientists, faculty members and a large number of students were also present.
Lahore:19 March:Higher Education Commission (HEC) Chairman Dr Mukhtar Ahmed has said that the decision to abolish two-year bachelor's and master's programmes (BA/BSc and MA/MSc) is not new and is aimed at bringing higher education at a par with internationally accepted and recognised models.
Rawalpindi:19 March:The Institute of Psychiatry and WHO Collaborating Centre for Mental Health Research and Training at Benazir Bhutto Hospital in collaboration with the Department of Neurology at Shifa International Hospital, Islamabad conducted a one-day workshop on assessment and management of Dementia titled ‘Forgetful Minds’ specifically with an aim to train participants on how to manage elderly psychiatric patients.
Lahore:March 19: Higher Education Commission (HEC) Chairman Dr Mukhtar Ahmed has said that the decision to abolish two-year bachelor's and master's programmes (BA/BSc and MA/MSc) is not new and is aimed at bringing higher education at a par with internationally-accepted and recognised models.
FAISALABAD::March 18:Dr Iqrar Ahmad Khan, the Vice-Chancellor of University of Agriculture Faisalabad (UAF), says the use of information technology has become prerequisite for learning and teaching system and to ensure transparency and efficiency in management and governance.