MITEFP in collaboration with Information Technology University of Punjab

LAHORE:24 July: First of a series of workshops, designed for mobile application developers organised by MIT Enterprise Forum Pakistan (MITEFP) in collaboration with Information Technology University (ITU) of Punjab and Tintash concluded here on Monday. According to a press release, some 150 applications were received for the workshop out of which fifty were shortlisted for training. The participants were taught user interface, wire framing, prototyping and colour illustration by using sketch application. Maha Mehdi, an experienced game and app designer, conducted the workshop.

Lahore College for Women University admissions to FA/ FSc 1st Year

LAHORE:July 21: Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) has announced the schedule of admissions to FA/ FSc 1st Year. According to the university spokesperson, the sale and submission of admission forms will be started from July 23 (Monday). The university is offering admissions to different disciplines ie FSc (Pre-Medical), FSc (Pre-Engineering), ICS (three sub-groups Physics, Statistics & Economics), ICom and General Science. The last date to obtain and submit admission forms is August 03, 2018.The news.

Punjab University Library received books from PU Library Chief

LAHORE:July 21: Punjab University Library received books from personal collection of late Prof Dr Aftab Asghar, PU Library Chief Librarian Dr Muhammad Haroon Usmani, noted scholar late Muhammad Aalam Mukhtar e Haq and distinguished professor in Iqbal studies Dr Syed Muhammad Akram Ikram. According to Chief Librarian Dr Muhammad Haroon Usmani, the collections consisted of more than 25,000 very precious, rare and valuable books, manuscripts and journals.

Boys bagged all three top positions in UET entrance test

LAHORE:July 21: Boys bagged all three top positions in UET entrance test for admission to engineering programmes in UET and its affiliated colleges across Punjab. In a press release, a UET spokesperson said Saeed Muhammad Ahmad Kazmi clinched the first position with 343 marks, Ahmad Pervaiz Nagra second with 332 marks and Muhammad Wasiq Waseem third with 320 marks.The news.

appointment of principals of three govt medical colleges of Punjab

LAHORE:19 July: Much to health authorities’ surprise, the search committee found a desperate response to interview calls sent to senior medics for the appointment of principals of three government medical colleges of Punjab. The search committee had called 30 senior most professors for interviews from amongst the “official seniority list” prepared by the Punjab health department.

Education, key to uplift Caretaker Punjab Minister

LALAMUSA:19 July: Caretaker Punjab Minister for Housing, Urban Development, and Environment Saeedullah Babar Wednesday said education and healthcare were the key to development. Talking to reporters, the minister said the caretaker government was fully aware of its responsibilities. The minister inaugurated the tree plantation drive by planting a sapling in the lawn of DC Office. Deputy Commissioner (DC) Tauseef Dilshad Khatana was also present on the occasion.The news.

PU VC addressing a meeting of deans, principals, directors at Al Raazi

Lahore:18 july: Punjab University Vice Chancellor Prof Niaz Ahmad has urged the faculty members to realise their role and perform their duties keeping in view national needs. He said this while addressing a meeting of deans, principals, directors and chairpersons of teaching departments at Al Raazi Hall here on Tuesday. Dr Niaz expressed his resolve to bring PU to the academic esteem which it deserved. He said PU administration would focus on quality of teaching and produce graduates of international standard.The news.

five-day symposium concluded at University of Management and Technology

LAHORE:18 July: A five-day symposium on 50-year electoral history of Pakistan concluded at the University of Management and Technology (UMT). Researchers, faculty members and the students from a good number of the universities across the country participated in the symposium, which was a joint venture by Gallup Pakistan, UMT and the University of Gujrat.

City School plans to introduce three new teacher training centres

LAHORE:17 July: City School plans to introduce three new teacher training centres in collaboration with the University of Cambridge Faculty of Education, the top ranked teacher training institution in the UK, and Cambridge International. A Centre for Educational Professional Development (CEPD) is being introduced and launched in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad. Each CEPD is to be run by a team of teacher educator who will be trained by the Faculty of Education team. The centres will offer a complete professional development pathway for teachers and school leaders across the country.The news.

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