Issue degrees to Bahuddin Zakrya University students: LHC

Lahore:February 08: A full bench of the Lahore High Court on Tuesday directed the Bahuddin Zakrya University (BZU) to issue, as an interim measure, degrees to the students who passed the examinations at Lahore sub-campus. The LHC full bench headed by Justice Sayyed Mazahar Ali Akbar issued the order while hearing a number of petitions filed by the students challenging non-recognition of their degrees and admission at the university.

Best education facilities priority: CM

Lahore:February 08: Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has said lecturers of foreign professors will help the students get modern and standardised education, and a programme in this regard should be finalised immediately and implemented. The CM chaired a meeting on Tuesday to review steps to promote modern and standardised education in government universities and colleges, and development on various aspects of Lahore Knowledge Park. The meeting decided to launch a programme of online lecturers of foreign professors.

SLS School awards high achievers

Rawalpindi: February 06:Sadeeqa's Learning System (SLS) Montessori and High School held a ceremony to recognise and award its high achievers of SSC examinations of the FBISE, says a press release. A total of 138 students, securing above 90% were awarded medals for their outstanding performance for the years 2013 to 2016. Special cash prizes were given to the students who secured the top three positions from all the high school campuses of SLS.

Book fair Pulls Crowds

Lahore: February 06:A large number of book lovers visited the Lahore International Book Fair’17 on its fourth day at the Expo Centre here on Sunday. Monday (today) will be the last day of the book fair, organised by the Lahore International Book Fair (LIBF) Trust in collaboration with the Pakistan Publishers and Booksellers Association. A great rush of people was witnessed in the afternoon which continued till the evening as people taking advantage of the weekly holiday thronged the venue to explore the book fair.

Academies planned for Training of Teachers: minister

Lahore: February 06:Punjab Higher Education Minister Syed Raza Ali Gillani has said that establishment of state-of-the-art staff development academies in Lahore, Multan and Rawalpindi has been planned under Punjab Higher Education Commission (PHEC) to provide well-designed capacity-building training to the teaching faculty of public sector higher education institutions.

10pc private medical colleges are fake, says PMDC chief

Lahore:February 04: Around 10 percent of private medical colleges in Pakistan are “fake” and merely “money-making ventures” being run by owners of ghee, textile and sugar mill owners, Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) president Dr Shabir Ahmed Lehri said on Friday. Speaking at the inaugural session of a three-day international conference, Dr Lehri said these fake colleges were providing substandard medical education. “Ninety percent of private medical colleges are imparting quality education, but other 10 percent are only fleecing the public,” he added.

Urdu language workshop at Fatima Jinnah Women University

Rawalpindi:January 31:Fatima Jinnah Women University since its establishment has played a pivotal role in providing professional development opportunities to faculty and staff members. In its quest to improve the quality of Urdu Language in offices the university is hosting a 5-day training workshop under instructions of government of Pakistan to promote the Urdu language. Chief Guest of the workshop was Iftaikhar Aarif (Director General National Language) along with Nadia Parveen (Additional Commissioner Rawalpindi). Vice Chancellor Dr.

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