21 teachers promoted

Lahore:October 22:School Education Department (SED) Punjab has promoted 21 school teachers serving in BS-17 as senior headmistresses, senior subject specialist (BS-18). According to a notification issued, the promotions were made on the recommendations of departmental promotion committee.The news.

Aitchison College teacher’s 100th birthday celebrated

LAHORE:October 22:A simple but impressive ceremony was organised at Aitchison College on Saturday to celebrate the 100th birthday of legendary educationist and teacher, Maj (r) Geoffrey Douglas Langlands. Lahore High Court Chief Justice Mansoor Ali Shah, adviser to Punjab CM Punjab and founding Vice-Chancellor of Information Technology University Dr Umar Saif, the college’s management staff, teachers, students, a large number of old Aitchisonians and people from different walks of life attended the birthday ceremony.

Punjab University staff concerned over land to Lesco

LAHORE:October 22:A delegation of Punjab University Academic Staff Association (PUASA) called on Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Zaffar Mueen Nasar and expressed concerns over possible allotment of varsity’s land to Lesco for construction of a feeder. The delegation, led by President Javed Sami, informed VC that the teaching community would not allow allocation of varsity’s land to any institution other than academic purposes.The news.

International science moot to begin tomorrow

Lahore:October 22:Former federal minister of science & technology Professor Atta-ur-Rehman will inaugurate an international bio-science conference at the University of the Punjab, Lahore, on October 23. An announcement on Saturday stated that the Institute of Biochemistry and Biotechnology, University of the Punjab, is organising the conference, “Trends and Prospects in Molecular Biosciences'', to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the institute.

Ali Garh Public High School Seminar

LAHORE :October 20:LWMC conducted an awareness campaign on Thursday at UC-265, Manga Mandi. Citizens were informed about the necessity of cleanliness. Officials said aim of the campaign was to educate the locals about the importance of cleanliness and in this regard Govt. Boys High School Manga Mandi, Ali Gharh Public High School and Main markets of Manga Mandi were tapped. LWMC’s communication department in collaboration with operations team led the campaign.

Civic education 'should be made part of curriculum'

MULTAN:19 October:Civic education should be made part of the curriculum to enable youth comprehend their fundamental rights as well as obligations towards the state. This was said by former National Assembly speaker Syed Fakhar Imam on Wednesday. Education: a solution for Pakistan He said, “Special courses on civic education were taught at our educational institutions around three decades ago and I think this practice should resume in accordance with contemporary requirements.”

Balochistan students visit Govt College University

LAHORE :19 October: A delegation of 40 students from Balochistan Residential College (BRC), Khuzdar, Wednesday visited the Government College University, Lahore on a study tour. The delegation, headed by BRC Khuzdar senior faculty member Prof Mattiur Rehman, visited various academic departments of GCU. GCU Director Sports Khadim Ali Khan said “We are all Pakistanis and we have to serve and protect our country without considering our castes, sects and personal interests.

Students demand end to rising cost of education

LAHORE:18 October:Students from different varsities of the city protested in solidarity with the students of the Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU), Islamabad and demanded an end to the rising cost of education in the country. The demonstration was organised by the Progressive Youth Alliance (PYA) outside the Lahore Press Club on Monday. Students from different universities, including University of Engineering and Technology (UET) Lahore, Punjab University, University of Lahore and other educational institutions participated. College teachers to protest new HED policy today

LHC orders protection for Turkish teachers in Lahore

LAHORE:18 October:The Lahore High Court (LHC) on Tuesday sought records from the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) regarding the arrival of a special Turkish plane late on October 13 to take a Turkish teacher back to his home country. The court had stayed the deportation of Mesut Kacmaz of Pak-Turk Schools and Colleges, who was among dozens of Turkish school staffers that had been granted temporary refugee status.

Surprise visits: 24 teachers suspended over absenteeism

Faisalabad:October 16:Meanwhile, Javed Iqbal also took notice of absence and suspended Nia Madrassa High School Head Maqsood and three teachers of MC High School Raza Abad, including Hafiz Munir, Irfan and Bushra. The CEO education said the government was spending billions of rupees on the provision of best education facilities to the masses and negligence in this regard will not be tolerated. Published in The Express Tribune, October 16th, 2017.

School heads, teachers suspended

FAISALABAD:October 16:District Education Authority Chief Executive Officer Dr Javed Iqbal Chishti removed heads of two high schools over poor performance and negligence. He also suspended four schoolteachers for their absence from duty. The CEO visited various schools in the district and observed that computer labs were not activated in Government High School Raza Abad and Millat Islamia High School Ghulam Muhammad Abad. Therefore, the CEO immediately removed heads of the schools identified as Abdul Ghaffar and Malik Hamid.The news.

A day out with friends and parents at funfair

Rawalpindi:October 16:Small children were having time of their life, giggling, running, looking for their friends and chit chatting with them right in front of their teachers, but nobody reprimanded them or told them to remain silent; because they were there on a day out with their friends and families at a funfair titled ‘Let’s Have Fun’ organised by their school as part of its golden jubilee celebrations here on Saturday. Anglo Arabic Higher Secondary School turned fifty on October 14. The school has been serving the community for five decades with honour and dignity.


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