Exercise can save from diabetes Post Graduate Medical Institute/Lahore

Lahore:October 27:Post Graduate Medical Institute/Lahore General Hospital (PGMI/LGH) Principal Prof Ghayasun Nabi Tayyab has urged upon the young doctors to upgrade their knowledge and get hands-on training regarding various diseases.

He said that diabetes was the fast spreading disease in today’s modern. He said that overeating, sedentary lifestyle and inheritance were the basic reasons of diabetes.

Invigilator caught solving paper through WhatsApp

 Lahore:October 26: A monitoring team of Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Lahore,  on Tuesday caught an invigilator red-handed while sending and solving question paper to a student through WhatsApp.

    The invigilator and two others were handed over to police. The paper of English (compulsory) was held on Tuesday under the ongoing Intermediate Part-II Supplementary Examination.The news.

Pak schools management meets Abidi, Malik

Lahore:October 26:Renowned educationist Syed Abidi visited Bahrain on the invitation of Javed Malik, ambassador of Pakistan to Bahrain.

Syed Abidi conducted and delivered talks and presentations at Pakistan School and Pakistan Urdu School on Career Counselling and emerging subject areas. He also had a detail meeting with the management and advised them on how to further improve quality of teaching and improve school efficiency.

PU Law College admit students in LLB Part 1

Lahore:October 26:Punjab University Law College admit students in LLB Part 1 of three years programme Part-II and Part-III from Wednesday (today).

According to a press release, the classes were facing a delay because of a case of admissions in LLB three years programme in Lahore High Court. Since the case was pending, the PU Law College could not admit students in LLB Part 1 of three years programme and now after judgment, PU administration has released advertisement for admissions in LLB 3 years and 5 years programmes and has also scheduled LLB part 2 and Part 3 classes.

PHF smart loan scheme by year-end’

Lahre:October 26:Secretary Specialised Healthcare and Medical Education Najam Ahmed Shah has said that Smart Loan Scheme from the platform of Punjab Health Foundation is being launched by the end of the current year for providing interest-free loans to the doctors, dentists, nurses and other health professionals for establishing their clinics to provide medical cover to the people. Under this scheme, loans of Rs200,000, Rs700,000 and Rs2,500,000 would be offered to the interested persons.

Radio drama: PU student duo wins international award

LAHORE:October 17: Two journalism students from Punjab University have bagged an international award for a radio drama depicting Pakistan’s struggle to cope with the growing scourge of militancy.

Ali Yaldram and Masood Mallhi from Punjab University’s Institute of Communication Studies (ICS) participated in a competition organised by the Broadcast Education Association (BEA) of the University of South Carolina’s School of Journalism and Mass Communications.

The competition was part of the Fall Super-Regional Conference held between October 13 and October 15 in Columbia.

Second conference: PU to host linguistic studies seminar

LAHORE:October 17: Punjab University Institute of Languages in collaboration with Pakistan Higher Education Commission will organise a three-day 2nd international conference of the Linguistic Association of Pakistan (ICLAP) on Tuesday.

The central theme of the conference is “Aspects and Approaches in Contemporary Linguistic Studies”. A large number of delegates from Islamabad, Karachi, Multan, Quetta, Peshawar, Faisalabad, Rawalpindi and other cities of the country will participate in the conference.

Obstacles’ to examination FJMU students a bundle of nerves

LAHORE:October 17:  The Fatima Jinnah Medical University (FJMU) students are bearing the brunt of alleged flaw in the varsity Act as the institute has once again been barred from conducting examinations of its undergraduates which were scheduled to be held this month.

Surprisingly, the FJMU has no provision in its Act for having a constituent medical college, a main requirement for registration with the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC). The Council refused to register the FJMU and directed it to implement its rules in letter and spirit.

Students to apply for rechecking through colleges

Lahore:October 17: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) has directed the regular students seeking rechecking of their intermediate part-I papers to submit their applications for the purpose to their respective colleges.  

The private candidates, however, can submit applications directly to the board. Lahore BISE  Chairman Prof Ch Muhammad Ismail said the students would be informed about the day and time for the rechecking of their papers through SMS.The news.

Punjab University date sheets of Various Exams

Lahore:October 15: Punjab University issued the date sheets of various examinations on Friday.

The exams include BA/BSc (Composite) Supplementary Examination, 2016, BA Supplementary Examination, 2016, for the Hearing Impaired Students and MSc Home Economics Part-II Second Annual Examination, 2015. Detailed date sheets are available at the PU website www.pu.edu.pk.The news.

PHEC Community Colleges

Lahore:October 15: Punjab Higher Education Commission (PHEC) Chairperson Prof Dr Muhammad Nizamuddin has said that PHEC in collaboration with Higher Education Department has taken the initiative of establishing community colleges on the pattern of  the United States, Canada and other developed countries to impart market-oriented skills education to students.

GC University scientists modify mosquito to Check Dengue

Lahore:October 15:Government College University (GCU) on Friday announced achieving a major breakthrough as its medical entomologists successfully genetically modified the Aedes aegypti mosquito in order to block the transmission of dengue virus to humans.

The varsity’s Zoology Department announced that “the research has good potential to completely eradicate the dengue vectors and virus from Pakistan, saving thousands of precious lives.”


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