UET Tuesday is last date for online registration of entrance test for admissions

LAHORE :03 July: Tuesday (today) is last date for the purchasing of token for online registration of entrance test for admissions in BSc Engineering and BSc Engineering Technology programmes in University of Engineering & Technology (UET), Lahore, its affiliated engineering colleges and other engineering institutions around Punjab. In a press release, a UET spokesperson said online registration forms would be submitted till Wednesday (tomorrow) by logging into the web link http://admission .uet. edu. pk He added guidelines for preparation of entrance test were also available at the web link.

caretaker CM was briefed on performance of two universities

LAHORE :July 3: Punjab Caretaker Chief Minister Dr Hasan Askari Rizvi met Prof Dr Niaz Ahmad Akhtar, Vice-Chancellor of Punjab University and Prof Dr Hassan Amir Shah, Vice-Chancellor of Government College University (GCU) here Monday. In the separate meetings, the caretaker CM was briefed on performance of the two universities. Speaking on the occasion, Dr Hasan said there was a dire need to equip the youth with latest knowledge and added that progress and development was possible with modern education and skills development.

Twelve students of won 46 medals and two trophies World Scholars Cup

LAHORE :July 3: Twelve students of a private school, Lahore won 46 medals and two trophies in the Global Round of World Scholars Cup, held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Snabil Imran was the only participant, selected for Debate Showcase from Pakistan among 4100 participants from 50 countries. He won 18th top rank debater trophy with nine medals. His teammates Abdullah Raza Bukhari and Aleena Ali won 12 medals.

FBISE declare results of SSC Part-II annual examination on July 5

Islamabad:03 July: The Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) will declare the results of the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Part-II annual examination on July 5. According to an official concerned, the results of the SSC Part-I exam is likely to be announced on July 10. The SSC examinations were held between March and April this year followed by practical examinations. The results declaration ceremony will take place on the FBISE premises in H-8/4, where the chief guest will give away medals and prizes to high-achievers.

Punjab University Centre for South Asian Studies will organise a seminar

LAHORE :28 June: Punjab University Centre for South Asian Studies (CSAS) will organise a seminar on “State Terrorism in Indian Occupied Kashmir” on Thursday (today) at 11:30am at its seminar hall. According to a press release issued here on Wednesday, former Ambassador and President Lahore Council for World Affairs Pakistan Javid Hussain will throw light on the topic.The news.

A health and wellness centre inaugurated at LUMS

LAHORE :28 June: A health and wellness centre was inaugurated at the Lahore University of Management Sciences for entire LUMS community on Wednesday. According to a press release issued here, earlier Prof Dr S. Sohail H. Naqvi on behalf of LUMS had signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with a hospital to develop and operate a health and wellness centre on the university’s premises for the provision of emergency medical services to all the members of the LUMS community.

University of Animal Science approves Rs3.97 billion deficit budget

LAHORE:27 June: The syndicate of University of Veterinary and Animal Science (UVAS) on Tuesday approved a deficit budget with total outlay of Rs3.970 billion for the financial year 2018-19. The 55th meeting of the syndicate was chaired by Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Talat Naseer Pasha who speaking on the occasion said the current budget was focused on applied research and development projects for further improving the quality of education, research and services at the university. The value of the ongoing 105 research projects is Rs 1.262 billion, he added.

Drug abuse in Pakistani Students reaches alarming levels

Rawalpindi :26 June: Youngsters in Pakistan are the most affected by drugs and alcohol and the number of these addicts is increasing at the rate of 40,000 per year making Pakistan one of the most drug affected countries in the world while the most disturbing fact is that majority of heroin addicts are under the age of 24. The growing trend of drug abuse in educational institutions has posed a serious threat to the lives and health of students as the college and university students use drugs freely and openly.

workshop at University of Veterinary Sciences

Lahore:26 June:A five-day workshop on “Advanced clinical and diagnostic techniques in pet animal practice” was started at the University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) here on Monday. Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Talat Naseer Pasha presided over the inaugural session while Incharge Pet Centre Prof Dr Asim Khalid Mahmood, Associate Professor Dr Hafsa and faculty members from clinical departments, Pet Animal Practitioners and students were also present on the occasion.The news.

Fatima Jinnah Medical University examination regulation approved

LAHORE:26 June: Punjab Minister for Health Dr Jawad Sajid Khan presided over a meeting of syndicate of Fatima Jinnah Medical University here on Monday. According to a handout, Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Javed Gardezi, Registrar Dr Zahid Kamal, Treasurer Muhammad Nasir, MS Sir Ganga Ram Hospital Dr Fayyaz Butt, MS Govt Shahdra Teaching Hospital Dr Muhammad Rafiq Chaudhary and officers of the departments concerned including Specialised Healthcare & Medical Education attended the meeting.

Ban on student unions led youths away from politics’

Lahore:26 June:Attracting the younger lot by providing some food for thought in the form of panel discussions and musical performances, Hope Festival concluded with an aim to work towards progress and tolerance on Sunday. Held at the National Museum, the festival brought together the likes of Arieb Azhar, Sheema Kermani, Suhaee Abro and numerous students hailing from the Pashtun, Baloch and Gilgit-Baltistan communities who put up cultural performances.


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