Clarification sought over online prospectus PDF

Rawalpindi:July 17:The Director Higher Education Punjab has sought explanation from the director colleges of nine divisions of the province over growing complaints regarding provision of online prospectus that according to the students are available only in inpage format instead of PDF and also not carrying important information about subjects’ combination.

A written directive, sent to the director colleges of nine divisions, asked them to give reasons why details about subjects’ combination in various disciplines are not clearly mentioned in the prospectus.

Punjab Secondary Healthcare infection control programme

Lahore:July 16: Punjab Primary and Secondary Healthcare Department is launching infection control programme in the province, and Pakistan Kidney & Liver Institute (PKLI) would extend cooperation in hepatitis control programme.

It was stated by Chief Minister's Adviser on Health Kh Salman Rafique in a meeting with PKLI Chairman Prof Saeed Akhtar on Friday.

According to a handout, Primary and Secondary Health Secretary Ali Jan Khan, Punjab Health Director General Dr Mukhtar Ahmed Syed, Prof Wasim Akram and other officers concerned also attended the meeting.

Book titled “Clinical Approach to Ophthalmology launch

Lahore:July 16:The launch ceremony for a book titled “Clinical Approach to Ophthalmology” by Dr Hussain Ahmed Khaqan, FRCS, would be held in Neuro Auditorium of Lahore General Hospital at 10:30am today.

According to a press release, Dr Muhammad Sadiq Chaudhry would be the chief guest while Prof Khalid Mahmood, PGMI principal and Prof Khalid Masood Gondal, CPSP senior vice-president, would be the guests of honour at the ceremony.The news.

Book on Karlfeldt a significant effort

Lahore:July 16:The Biography and excerpts from the poetry of Erik Axel Karlfeldt, the Swedish poet by Mohammad Asif Butt, a man of letters and teacher, from English into Urdu language, is not only a great contribution to the world of literature but also very significant endeavour to introduce the great literature of the world to the people of Pakistan, especially the young generation.

Extension in service of school security guards

Rawalpindi:July 16:The Punjab government has given extension to the service of the security guards recruited on the contractual basis in the government schools till December 31, 2016.

According to the written directives issued by Secretary of Higher Education (Punjab) Tahir Yousaf, the security guards who were inducted after rising threats to the schools would continue their job till end of this year on contractual basis.

Books seized for Copyright Act violation

Lahore:15 July:A team of FIA raided a book shop in Services Hospital, Lahore and seized hundreds of books which were being sold in violation of the Copyright Act.

According to an official of FIA, the raid was conducted on the complaint of M/S Roving Source.  Medical books of foreign publishers printed in violation of Copyright Act were being sold illegally, he said. The shop owner, Usman Arshad, was arrested and an FIR was registered against him.The news.

College to be named after Abdus Sattar Edhi

Lahore:15 July:The University of Health Sciences (UHS) and National Ambulance Services College (NASC), Dublin, Ireland, have agreed to name Pakistan’s first National Ambulance Services College after Abdus Sattar Edhi.

According to a press release issued here on Thursday, the college is currently functioning under UHS Institute of Learning Emergency Medicine (ILEM). The college will now be called Edhi National Ambulance Services College, Pakistan.

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