LAHORE :09 August: Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) on Thursday organised an awareness walk in connection with Prime Minister’s Clean and Green Pakistan Programme.
LAHORE :09 August: Dr Khalid Sanjrani, Chairperson of Urdu Department of Government College University (GCU) Lahore, has been bestowed with the Best Researcher Award by the Higher Education Commission (HEC). Dr Sanjrani won the Best Researcher Award in the category of Arts, Humanities and Languages for his research paper on the topic related to Allama Muhammad Iqbal and Heidelberg University, Germany. Dr Sanjrani received certificate and cash prize from HEC Chairman Dr Tariq Banuri at a ceremony in Islamabad.The news.
LAHORE :09 August: The Lahore High Court on Thursday suspended the order under which two female teachers were sacked from the job by education department. Justice Muzamil Akhtar Shabir issued this order on the petitions of Nadia Javed and Ambreen Ilyas and sought replies from district education officer and secretary education.
LAHORE :09 August: Teachers Action Committee Punjab Thursday organised a demonstration to protest over what it termed handing over of public schools to the local governments under New Local Government Ordinance 2019. The demonstration was held outside the Lahore Press Club in which a large number of schoolteachers participated and strongly condemned the move. Carrying banners and placards they chanted slogans against the government saying the handing over of schools to the local government would not be acceptable at any cost.
LAHORE :09 August: Punjab University’s Pro-Vice-Chancellor (PVC) Prof Dr Saleem Mazhar has said that Pakistan and Kashmiri people would not accept special status of Indian Occupied Kashmir by Indian Parliament. He was addressing the convocation of PU Hailey College of Commerce at a hotel here Thursday. In all, 430 graduates of MPhil, MCom, MCom IT, BCom (Hons) and BCom IT received degrees while 30 medals were distributed at the convocation. Dean Faculty of Commerce Prof Dr Mubasher Munawar Khan, faculty members and a large number of students participated in the event.
LAHORE:08 August: Punjab University has awarded PhD degrees to four scholars.
LAHORE:05 August: Punjab University Vice-Chancellor Prof Niaz Ahmed has inaugurated “Adopt a Tree' campaign launched by the university’s Academic Staff Association (ASA) on New Campus. PU Pro-Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Saleem Mazhar, ASA President Prof Dr Mumtaz Anwar Chaudhry, Secretary Javed Sami, Resident Officer-II Malik Muhammad Zaheer, faculty members and their families were also present on the occasion.
LAHORE:05 August: Following the vision of Prime Minister Imran Khan and on the instructions of Punjab Health Minister Prof Dr Yasmin Rashid, King Edward Medical University organised a ceremony in connection with its tree plantation campaign on its New Campus on Mureedke-Narowal Road. State Minister for Climate Change Mrs Zartaj Gul was the chief guest of the event. Prof M Haroon Hamid, project director, New Campus, KEMU and KEMU Green Task Force Chairman Prof Dr Zahid Kammal Sadique welcomed the guests.
LAHORE:03 August: Punjab Finance Minister Hashim Jawan Bakht has said that the Higher Education Department (HED) must ensure enrolment of more students in colleges which will prove its performance. He said this while presiding over a meeting organised by chief minster’s special monitoring unit (SMU) to analyse the Higher Education Department’s three-month performance. A special representation must be given to private universities in the Universities’ Act; the minister said adding that addition of community colleges for provision of two-year degree would provide a positive impact.
LAHORE:02 August: A technical awareness seminar for the guidance of farmers and professionals on “Recent Advances in Enzyme Nutrition for Poultry” was held at University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) here on Thursday. UVAS Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Talat Naseer Pasha chaired the inaugural session of the seminar. The representatives from poultry industry and a large number of researchers, professionals, faculty members and students were present.The news.
Lahore:02 August: Punjab University (PU) has issued the schedule for submission of admission fee and forms for BA/BSc Part-I and Part-II supplementary examinations, 2019, Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) Part-I and II supplementary examinations 2019 and BA (Hearing-Impaired Students) supplementary examinations 2019. The last date for submission of admission forms for the exams is August 22, 2019. The date of commencement of the exams will be announced later. The details are available at the PU website www.pu.edu.pk.The news.
Lahore: 02 August:They also pored over how to demonstrate an advanced ability to deliver effective oral presentation skills; how to critically engage with and evaluate the emerging jurisprudence and the ability to critically analyse, examine and understand legal, economic, political and social materials. An important aspect of this initiative is to simultaneously provide opportunities for those tasked with delivery of the curriculum to be exposed to teaching and learning approaches in jurisdiction beyond Pakistan.
LAHORE:01 August: Punjab University on Wednesday announced the results of BA/BSc annual examinations 2019 with the overall pass percentage of 45.41.
LAHORE:01 August:University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) and Institute of Public Health (IPH), Lahore, signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to establish a mutually-beneficial relationship for academic and research cooperation. Board of Management Chairman and former Punjab Governor Khalid Maqbool and IPH Dean Prof Dr ZarfishanTahir and UVAS Vice-Chancellor Meritorious Prof Dr TalatNaseer Pasha and Faculty of Biosciences Dean Prof Dr Habib-ur-Rehman signed the MoU in a ceremony held at IPH.
Karachi:August 1:The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Wednesday issued notices to the East SSP, the Jamshed Quarters SHO and others on a contempt-of-court application seeking action against the chief secretary, the SSP, the Jamshed Quarters police and others for violating court orders in the Islamic Education Trust (IET) case. The applicant, Syed Mureed Ali Shah, submitted in the application that the SHC had cancelled the trust deed with regard to the appointment of new trustees and restrained a man, Mohammad Hussain, and other illegal trustees of the IET from interfering in the trust’s affairs.