NUST College of Engineering held Open House & Job Fair

Rawalpindi:09 May: Open House & Job Fair 2018 was held at NUST College of Electrical & Mechanical Engineering (EME), here on Tuesday. Dr. Samar Mubarakmand, renowned scientist, former Chairman NESCOM and former Member Science & Technology Planning Commission of Pakistan, graced the occasion as chief guest. In his address he emphasised on further strengthening industry-academia relationships for rapid scientific and technological development in the country. He highlighted the importance of fostering an entrepreneurial culture in Pakistan.

PFA teams inspection of 130,000 private and govt schools in Punjab

LAHORE:09 May: Punjab Food Authority (PFA) water safety teams have commenced inspection of 130,000 private and government schools in Punjab to check water filtration plants after ending a deadline given to them for fixing the plants. The teams will complete inspection within two days and submit a report to PFA Director General Noor-ul-Amin Mengal. Following the directions of DG Food, PFA’s watchdogs have launched a special drive.

five-day certificate course started at University of Health Sciences

LAHORE:08 May: A five-day certificate course on Supply Chain Management started at the University of Health Sciences (UHS) with the collaboration of USAID on Monday. Addressing at the inaugural session, Technical Adviser of USAID Global Health Supply Chain – Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) Programme, Dr Nisar Ahmad Cheema said the process of procurement, supply and distribution of medicine and other health commodities in public sector hospitals of the province was being made standardised, comprehensive and effective.

TCF calls on all Pakistanis to raise their hands for education

Lahore:May 7:Education remains one of the biggest challenges Pakistan is facing as a nation. As many as 22.6 million children in our country don’t go to school, that’s 44 per cent of all children aged 5-16, according to Pakistan Education Statistics. In a press release issued on Saturday, The Citizens Foundation (TCF) said it had been working towards enabling quality education for the less privileged for the last two decades.

National conference on Pakistani Literature

LAHORE:06 May: Literature is the name given to creativity; our literature must highlight and resolve the problems faced by our society, said Punjab Higher Education Commission (PHEC) Chairman Dr Nizamuddin. He was addressing the first national conference on “Counter Balancing Politics and Aesthetics in Pakistani Literature” on Saturday. The event was organised by the Punjab University (PU) Department of English Language and Literature, the PHEC and the Punjab Information and Culture Department and was attended by renowned artists, faculty members and a large number of students.

subcontinent has produced many scholars in literature

LAHORE:06 May: The subcontinent has produced many scholars in the field of literature who are recognised around the world, said renowned historian Dr Tariq Rehman on Thursday. He expressed these views while addressing a seminar on History of English Literature and Language in Subcontinent at the University of Education (UoE). The era of British rule was a golden period for English language and literature; Muslim leaders such as Sir Syed Ahmed Khan contributed a lot towards explaining the importance of the language, he added.

Rootsians honour Montessori high achievers of junior school

Rawalpindi:May 2: Roots School System, Adyala Campus held annual parents day & high achievers ceremony to honour their Montessori high achievers of junior school The theme ‘Magical Wonderland’ was visible in the atmosphere. The auditorium was adorned with children’s photographs wearing gowns and caps, giving the message of hope and promise. Mrs. Riffat Mushtaq, Founder and Chairperson Roots School System and Brach Head Ms. Shabana Azhar welcomed the guests and parents.

Tevta will upgrade the curriculum of its DAE programme

LAHORE :28 April: Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (Tevta) Chairman Irfan Qaiser Sheikh has said that Tevta will upgrade the curriculum of its DAE programme as there is dire need to update it . Addressing a meeting regarding annual performance of academics Department of Tevta on Friday, he said curriculum of Electronics, Metallurgy, Petrochemicals, Mechanical, Electrical and Civil would be upgraded on emergency basis.


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