Punjab University Centre for Coal Tech benefiting industries

Lahore:January 21:Punjab University Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Zafar Mueen Nasir has said that students could reach new heights of their career and professional excellence through inventions and discoveries. According to a press release, he was talking to students during his visit to Punjab University’s Centre for Coal Technology here on Friday.

Minister sees urgent need to revisit education at GC University

Lahore:January 21:The second and third session of Government College University’s 15th convocation was held here on Friday in which two famous international sportswomen of Pakistan, Sidra Amin and Zara Ahmad Khan, were awarded their postgraduate degrees and prestigious rolls of honour in sports. Punjab Minister for Education Syed Raza Ali Gillani and Minister for Schools Rana Mashhood Ahmed Khan chaired the second and third session of the convocation, in which 608 BA/BSc (Hons) and 314 MA/MSc students received their degrees, academic medals and co-curricular/sports rolls of honour.

CM opens Lincoln Corner at Information Technology University

Lahore:January 21:Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif inaugurated the Lincoln Corner at Information Technology University (ITU), Arfa Software Technology Tower here on Friday. Punjab Minister for Higher Education Syed Raza Ali Gillani, US Consul General in Lahore Yuriy Fedkiw, ITU Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Umar Saif, Punjab Higher Education Commission (PHEC) Chairman Dr Mohammad Nizam-ud-Din and US embassy, Islamabad’s Counsellor for Public Affairs Christina Tomlinson were present on this occasion.

Schools of future may only teach values

Lahore:20 January:A three-day event on the future of schooling, where writers, innovators, artists and people from different section of society would discuss the vision of schooling in future, kicked off with the theme ‘Seeking Inspiration and Equilibrium in a New Age’ on Friday. Speakers at the opening ceremony shared their view on the state of schooling in Pakistan today and what the future holds. Punjab Governor Rafique Rajwana was the chief guest at the inaugural ceremony.

Students’ day Youth determine future of nation’

Lahore:20 January:Students determine the future of any nation, said Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif on Thursday in his message on International Students’ Day marked on November 17 across the world. He said the purpose of celebrating this day was to highlight the importance of students and education in society. The Punjab government, he said, gave top priority to providing quality education. Shahbaz said funds of billions of rupees had been allocated for promotion of education in the province.

It is education that makes a nation great’

Lahore:January 20:Speakers emphasise the need for excelling in quality education to achieve progress What makes a nation great is education. Education is the vital cog in the chain of a country’s progress. Success of countries depends entirely on the attention they accord education. This exhortation was made by Shahrukh Hasan, Group Managing Director, Jang Group, while speaking as chief guest at the annual day of the Jinnah Foundation School at the school premises on Thursday morning.

Punjab University Results of various examinations

Lahore:January 20:Punjab University (PU) announced the results of various examinations. The exams include MSc applied psychology part-I annual examination 2016, MSc chemistry part-I annual examination 2016, MSc physics part-I annual examination 2016, MSc social work part-I annual examination 2016, BS home economics part-I, II (first year) second annual 2016 and doctor of pharmacy (Pharm.D) first and third professional annual examination 2016.The news.


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