Punjab Information Technology Board Workshops

Lahore:January 17:Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB)’s initiative Whizkids held the first ever Makeathon for students from the ages of 10 – 18, parallel to Plan9’s Launchpad Season 9, with the aim to give the kids a taste of practicality and the makers-space community. The two-day event included diverse range of workshops and competitions in place for the participants. Dr. Umar Saif, Chairman PITB, supporting the WhizKids initiative, remarked, “Opening up the minds of young kids to endless possibilities in technology is one step closer to their future.The news.

Professor’s murder: Mastermind among four suspects arrested

Lahore:16 January:The Lahore police claimed on Sunday to have arrested the mastermind along with his three accomplices involved in the murder of a college teacher two months ago. Rao Altaf Husain, an associate professor at the Government Science College Wahdat Road, was on his way to college after dropping off his son to a school in Pak Block, Iqbal Town when two unidentified motorcyclists shot him dead at the Main Boulevard in November.

Punjab University awards five PhD degrees

Lahore:January 16:Punjab University has awarded five PhD degrees to scholars, including Samia Ahsan in the subject of Urdu after approval of her thesis entitled “Roman-o-Taraqi Pasand Urdu Afsanay Maen Niswani Kirdar Nigari (Taqabli Mutala’a)”, Asma Ali in the subject of Arabic after approval of her thesis entitled “The Study and Editing of “Dhau Al-Sirat” for Scholar Mahmood Bin Bakr Bin Abi Al-Ala-Bin Al-Bukhari Al-Kalabazi”, Ayesha Bibi in the subject of Agriculture Sciences (Plant Pathology) after approval of her thesis entitled “Biotyping of Bemisia Tabaci and its associated Endosymbionts

Punjab University awards five PhD degrees

Lahore:January 16:Punjab University has awarded five PhD degrees to scholars, including Samia Ahsan in the subject of Urdu after approval of her thesis entitled “Roman-o-Taraqi Pasand Urdu Afsanay Maen Niswani Kirdar Nigari (Taqabli Mutala’a)”, Asma Ali in the subject of Arabic after approval of her thesis entitled “The Study and Editing of “Dhau Al-Sirat” for Scholar Mahmood Bin Bakr Bin Abi Al-Ala-Bin Al-Bukhari Al-Kalabazi”, Ayesha Bibi in the subject of Agriculture Sciences (Plant Pathology) after approval of her thesis entitled “Biotyping of Bemisia Tabaci and its associated Endosymbionts

Low gas pressure troubles school Children

Rawalpindi:January 12:Innocent school children have become one of the worst sufferers of low gas pressure as most of them leave their homes for their respective educational institutions without taking breakfast in the morning. "I cannot prepare a single cup of tea and 'paratha' for my kid in the morning due to low gas pressure and he often leaves the home hastily without taking breakfast to reach the school in time," said Memoona Abbasi, a resident of B-Block (Satellite Town).

Seminar on solid waste management Govt College Shalamar Town

Lahore:January 12: Albayrak Waste Management arranged a one-day seminar on solid waste management in Government College for Women, Shalamar Town here on Wednesday. Officials said the seminar aimed to raise awareness about modern cleaning system, proper waste management, waste-free environment and citizens’ role in maintaining cleanliness. Special documentaries on Albayrak services were presented.

Punjab University to adopt latest exam management system: VC

Lahore:January 12: Punjab University Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Zafar Mueen Nasir has said that the university would adopt the latest examination management system according to the needs of modern age. He said this during his visit to the Department of Examinations. Controller of Examinations Prof Dr Shahid Munir Dr Shahid Munir briefed the VC on strategic vision of the Examinations Department. Dr Zafar Mueen assured that the hardware and all financial support would be provided for the Punjab University Examination Management Information System (PUEMIS) .

Cracker blast in girls’ college leaves two injured

GUJRANWALA: 11 January:Two students of the Ismat Girls College, Dhansir Paeen, were injured seriously on Tuesday in a cracker blast in the classroom. The students were present in the class when some unidentified people threw a gift pack there. Being curious, when the students opened it, the package exploded with a bang leaving first year students Javeria and Oniba injured. Parents rushed to the college to see their daughters. Soon, police and Rescue 1122 personnel arrived at the scene. The injured were shifted to the District Headquarters Hospital.

Punjab University VC for quality education

Lahore:January 11:Punjab University Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Zafar Mueen Nasir has said that he would focus on provision of quality education to the students and transform the university into internationally-recognised university, bringing it among the top 500 universities of the world. He was addressing a meeting of all deans, principals, directors, chairpersons and heads of departments at Al Raazi Hall here on Tuesday.

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