Physics symposium at GC University

Lahore:30 January: The c (GCU) here on Monday. A large number of physicists from Pakistan’s leading universities and R&D organisations are participating in this three-day event which will have 27 technical sessions on different topics including condensed matter physics, high energy particle physics, nanotechnology, cosmology, atomic & molecular physics, lasers, plasma physics & controlled fusion. About 82 physicists are presenting talks and papers at the symposium highlighting the recent important developments in physics and the impact of these developments on various aspects of our lives.

Punjab Information Technology Board invites applications for job training

LAHORE:30 January: The Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) e-Rozgaar Programme has invited online applications for creative, technical and non-technical jobs training at from all 36 districts of the Punjab for new batch of e-Rozgaar Programme with a deadline of March 5 while eligibility criteria includes Punjab domicile, maximum age 35-year and minimum 16 years of education.

The elections of PU syndicate on the seats of professor

Lahore:30 January: The elections of Punjab University (PU) syndicate on the seats of professor, associate professor, assistant professor and lecturers were held here Monday. On the seat of professor, Teachers Front's Prof Dr Sajid Rashid, Teachers Front (Founders Group) Prof Dr Shahid Ghazi and PU Academic Forum's Prof Dr Khalid Mahmood were contesting. Prof Dr Sajid Rashid bagged 28 votes and won.

Daycare centre inaugurated in Punjab

Daycare centre inaugurated LAHORE:30 january; Provincial Minister for Women Development Hameeda Waheed-ud-Din said the Punjab government had adopted measures for women empowerment. She said this while inaugurating a daycare centre at Government College for Women, Baghanpura. Principal Rubina Ahmed Farooqi, Colleges DPI Zahid Mian, Women Development Director Arshad Baig, teachers and students were present.

Islamia University of Bahawalpur to get new academic block

BAHAWALPUR:29 January:Islamia University of Bahawalpur Vice-Chancellor Prof Qaiser Mushtaq laid the foundation stone of an academic block of faculty of Management Sciences at Baghdadul Jadeed Campus on Sunday. The building, costing Rs181 million, was part of the federal government funded Rs860 million mega project for construction of faculty of management sciences, two hostels, civil engineering department and an advanced chemistry lab, besides provision of 10 foreign indigenous scholarships.

AIOU has largest book warehouse in Asia

Rawalpindi;29 January:With a capacity of over five million books, the Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) has one of the biggest book warehouses in Asia. According to the University’s Press and Publication department, a large number of books are available in the warehouse at any given time to meet the needs of its 1.3 million students. The printing network is the one of the largest in the country, where on an average 3.5 million books are printed each semester. The varsity employs the latest printing, cutting and folding machines to handle the immense load.

32 of arrested PU students served show-cause notices

LAHORE:27 January: The Punjab University (PU) administration on Friday served the first instalment of show-cause notices on 32 students of the varsity allegedly involved in recent clashes between Islami Jamiat Tulaba (IJT) and the Pukhtun Council. Students Affairs Director and disciplinary committee Secretary Shahid Mehmood Gull sent the notices with a detailed charge-sheet to residential addresses of the students as well as prisons where they were being held after an Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) sent them on physical and judicial remand.

Fatima Jinnah Medical University announced MBBS result

LAHORE :27 January: Fatima Jinnah Medical University (FJMU) announced the result of 3rd Professional MBBS Annual Examination 2017. According to details, Mahrukh Afzal and Natasha Irfan each got 768 marks and secured first position. Asma Wahid, Maaza Javed and Maryam Saleem Raza each got 761 marks and secured second position. Ayesha Zafar got third position with 751.The news.

Educating girls collective responsibility: Malala

DAVOS:26 January: Nobel Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai stressed collective responsibility to promote education of young girls across the globe. While speaking the World Economic Forum session titled 'An Insight, An Idea with Malala Yousafzai', she admitted that the fight for female education was not a single person's job. "Not one person will be able to do this. I alone can't send all girls to … [Read more...] .Express turbuni.

Clean-up’ operation continues at Punjab University

LAHORE:26 January:The Punjab University administration has decided to take measures to end presence of student groups at the hostel and started a ‘clean-up’ operation by removing the office of the Islami Jamiat Talaba (IJT). The university administration moved against the offices of the IJT after clashes erupted at the campus on Monday resulting in more than a dozen injuries as well as subsequent arrests of IJT members and Pashtun and Baloch students. More than 200 students have been arrested since Monday, out of which 196 were presented before the Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) on Tuesday.

Islami Jamiat Talaba offices at PUnjab university closed down

LAHORE:26 January: Punjab University (PU) administration on Thursday closed down illegal offices of Islami Jamiat Talaba (IJT) at New Campus and removed the graffiti and the insignia of the group from different places at the campus. Jamiat had set up its offices at the hostel of Sheikh Zayed Islamic Centre and room number 244 at hostel number one. The administration also removed the posters and insignia of other student groups from all hostels and underpasses.


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