Punjab govet finalised selection process for appointment of regular VC,S

LAHORE:16 July: The caretaker Punjab government has finalised the selection process for the appointment of regular vice chancellors of four more public-sector medical universities. The search committees interviewed the candidates of the medical varsities and shortlisted panels of three senior medics against each university. The health department had constituted new search committees of senior medics on the directions of Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Saqib Nisar after he suspended earlier selection of VCs of six medical universities some three months back.

caretaker Chief Minister Black Day was observed all over Punjab

LAHORE:July 16: On the instructions of caretaker Chief Minister Dr Hasan Askari Black Day was observed all over the Punjab to express solidarity with the affectees of Banu and Mastung attacks. Dr Hasan Askari said that loss of precious human lives in Mastung is a national loss and the whole nation is standing in solidarity with the bereaved families in this hour of anguish. He said the Punjab government also announced complete solidarity with the lamenting families and we pay tribute to the martyrs.The news.

Punjab University condemned incidents of terrorism in Mastung

LAHORE:July 16: Punjab University’s Academic Staff Association (PUASA) has condemned the recent incidents of terrorism in Mastung and Bannu and offered condolences to the bereaved families. In a press release issued on Sunday, the PUASA office-bearers said the entire teaching community stood with their Baloch and Pakhtun brethren. They also prayed for the departed souls.

4th consultative session held at University of Education’s Township

Lahore:14 July: The 4th consultative session “Higher Education in Pakistan: Challenges and Opportunities” was held on Friday at University of Education’s Township campus. According to a press release, representatives of federal Higher Education Commission (HEC), Punjab HEC, Vice-Chancellors (VCs) of various universities and other stakeholders attended the event. Vice-Chancellor University of Education Dr Rauf-e-Azam said the dialogue was aimed to discuss the problems being faced by higher education sector and put forward meaningful recommendations.

UET 50,000 candidates will appear in test for admissions to BSc Engineering

LAHORE:14 July: More than 50,000 candidates will appear in combined entrance test for admissions to BSc Engineering and BSc Engineering Technology programmes of University of Engineering & Technology (UET), Lahore, its affiliated engineering colleges and other engineering institutions around Punjab tomorrow (Sunday).

Dr Ameen a written complaint to university’s V.C and university set up an inquiry committee

LAHORE :13 July: The doctors’ community has demanded a fair inquiry into a case of a female doctor, Dr Mahwish Ameen, who is facing sexual harassment by her teacher at the Punjab Medical University, Faisalabad for the last three years. Dr Ameen submitted a written complaint to the university’s vice chancellor and the university has set up an inquiry committee to deal with the matter. The committee has asked both the parties to appear before the inquiry committee next week.

UVAS ranked among emerging universities

LAHORE:13 July: The University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS), Lahore has been ranked among 351+ universities in Times Higher Education (THE) Emerging Economies University Rankings 2018. After qualifying in QS Asia University Ranking and attaining the position among 301-350 top Asian universities by Times Higher Education (THE) Asia University Ranking 2018 it is another momentous achievement of the UVAS, Lahore.

chief justice hearing a suo motu case fees charged by medical colleges,

LAHORE:13 July: The Supreme Court barred private medical colleges countrywide from advertising admissions until further notice, Geo News reported. The chief justice was hearing a suo motu case Thursday on exorbitant fees charged by medical colleges, at the Lahore Registry. Officials from the FIA informed the court that Rs745 million had been successfully recovered and returned to students.

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