Punjab University seminar

LAHORE:04 February:A seminar on “Awareness Raising Sessions on Safe, Informed and Legal Migration” was held at the Punjab University’s Department of Gender Studies (DGS). The speaker, Rana Imran Arshad, informed the students that there were six types of visas which could be applied to enter into any foreign country. He said in Pakistan, 90pc visa applicants were the one who go overseas for work, 7pc for studies and 3pc sought permanent migration. The department’s faculty members and students attended the seminar.The news.

Punjab University to receive online forms of affiliated colleges

LAHORE:04 February:For the first time Punjab University (PU) Examinations Department will receive admission forms of students of affiliated colleges online in various degrees. The measure has been taken on the directions of PU Vice-Chancellor Prof Niaz Ahmad to facilitate students and administrative staff of affiliated colleges, who had to visit the university’s New Campus for this purpose from various parts of the country.

Community service week celebrated at Sadeeqa High School

Rawalpindi:01February:All campuses of Sadeeqa’s Learning System (SLS) Montessori and High School celebrated Community Week, says a press release. The SLS Harley Street Montessori Branch celebrated this week with a lot of passion. The week-long celebrations included several activities like collecting donations to help the underprivileged section of the community, sharing food baskets, tea party with the school staff, appreciation station for everyone offering their services to the community and a special morning assembly.

Date to apply for college posts extended

Lahore:01 February:The Higher Education Department (HED) Punjab has extended late date for submission of applications for the posts of director colleges till February 7, 2020. Earlier, the last date to apply for the posts was January 24. Sources in the HED Punjab said unexpectedly a low number of applications were received, therefore, the department decided to extend the date.The news.

Punjab University student picked up by 'unidentified men

Lahore: 31 January:A Punjab University MPhil student who was allegedly picked up by "unidentified men" in Lahore early on Thursday morning has returned home, his family said. Mohsin Abdali, who is completing his MPhil in Agricultural Sciences at the university, was allegedly abducted by unidentified men from his residence in Lahore. An initial report of the incident, a copy of which is available with Dawn.com, was submitted by Abdali's family to Baghbanpura police station for the offence of kidnapping.

90 graduates decorated with medals in Rawalpindi University

Rawalpindi :31 January: A total of 4,442 graduates’ of Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi (PMAS-AAUR) were awarded degrees while 90 students were decorated with Medals at the 20th Convocation, here on Thursday. As many as 33 students received PhD degrees, 710 awarded with MPhil/ MS degrees, 1,469 Masters Degrees, while 2,230 students got undergraduate degree in their respective disciplines. Gold medals were awarded to 55 students on their outstanding performance in their academic record while 17 bagged silver and 18 secured bronze in the convocation.

40 firms set up stalls at University of Veterinary Sciences job fair

LAHORE:31 January:A one-day job fair was held at the University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) here on Thursday, in which a total of 40 companies had set up stalls, displayed their products and brochures and registered the university’s students for jobs. The Office of University Advancement and Financial Aid (OUAFA) had organised the job fair which was inaugurated by Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Nasim Ahmad along with Faisal Fareed while Director (OUAFA) Dr Muhammad Hayat Jaspal and a large number of industry representatives, faculty members and students were present.

Sadeeqa’s Learning System High School awards high achievers

Rawalpindi : 30 January: Sadeeqa’s Learning System (SLS) Montessori & High School held a ceremony to recognize and award its high achievers of SSC examinations of the FBISE, says a press release. The graduating batches of 2017 and 2018 had a total of 661 graduates out of which 500 scored A+ and 150 scored A grade. 181 students securing 91% and above were awarded medals for their outstanding performance. Special cash prizes were given to the students who secured the top three positions from all the SLS campuses.

Sadeeqa’s Learning System High School awards high achievers

Rawalpindi : 30 January: Sadeeqa’s Learning System (SLS) Montessori & High School held a ceremony to recognize and award its high achievers of SSC examinations of the FBISE, says a press release. The graduating batches of 2017 and 2018 had a total of 661 graduates out of which 500 scored A+ and 150 scored A grade. 181 students securing 91% and above were awarded medals for their outstanding performance. Special cash prizes were given to the students who secured the top three positions from all the SLS campuses.

Fatima Jinnah Women University workshop on ‘Publication in Impact Factor’

Rawalpindi :30 January: Department of Behavioral Sciences of Fatima Jinnah Women University in alliance with University of Sheffield, United Kingdom and ORIC (FJWU) as collaborating agent has organised workshop on ‘Publication in Impact Factor.’ Resource person of the workshop was Dr. Parveen Ali, Lecturer & Program Lead Nursing Studies School of Health Sciences, University of Sheffield, UK.

Workshop held at Agriculture University Rawalpindi

Rawalpindi:26 January: The five days training workshop on ‘The role of isotopic and related techniques in measuring greenhouse gas emissions from Agriculture and identifying their sources’ ended at Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi (PMAS-AAUR), here on Friday. The National workshop was organised by PMAS-AAUR in collaboration with Nuclear Institute for Agriculture and Biology (NIAB), Faisalabad and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

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