Rawalpindi

Fatima Jinnah University Certificate distribution ceremony

Rawalpindi:September 22: Placement office, Fatima Jinnah Women University (FJWU) has organised a certificate distribution ceremony with collaboration of Pakistan Institute for Conflict and Security Studies here on Wednesday. For the completion of a degree at FJWU, internship is mandatory. Placement office FJWU deals with the university policy and helps the students secure internships at various organizations related to their field of education.

Post-training session at Fatima Jinnah Women University

Rawalpindi :20 september:Fatima Jinnah Women University (FJWU) in collaboration with HEC is organising a post training session on ‘Creating and Strengthening the Awareness of Financial Linkages among the Young Women Entrepreneurs in the Rural Areas of Rawalpindi District’ under the Social Integration outreach program here on Tuesday. Guest speaker of the seminar was Tania Buttar, deputy general manager (Women Entrepreneurship Development Cell, WEDC).She aware the students and entrepreneurs about SMEDA, a public sector organization working under ministry of industries and production.

Symposium on depression to be held today

Rawalpindi:September 16: The 9th National Symposium on Depression-2017 titled ‘Depression, Let’s Talk’ will be held today (Saturday), at Pearl Continental, The Mall, here on 9 a.m, says a press release. The symposium is being organised under the auspices of Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Rawal Institute of Health Sciences in collaboration with Pakistan Medical Association (PMA), Rawalpindi-Islamabad branch, Pakistan Association of Social Psychiatry (PASP) and Psychiatric Welfare Association, Lahore.

SLS schools arrange Welcome Back Week

Rawalpindi :14 September : All campuses of Sadeeqa’s Learning System (SLS) Montessori and High School had a Welcome Back Week planned for their students after their summer holidays, says a press release. Enjoyable welcome back activities were planned by teachers for their grade levels to have the students communicate with each other and to share stories from their summer holidays with their classmates and teachers.

Girls top in all three groups of HSSC exams of RBISE

Rawalpindi:September 12: The girls once again proving their metal in intelligence overhauled the boy students in the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) Examination conducted by Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (RBISE) in April, this year. According to the results announced by RBISE the girls topped in all three groups and the boys remained far behind thus failing to achieve top slots in the HSSC annual examination.

Roots Garden Schools celebrate Independence Day

Rawalpindi:August 28:Independence Day was celebrated in all branches of Roots Garden Schools / Roots DHA I/ IVY schools with full zeal and zest. The main objective of this event was to inculcate patriotism and moral values in students and love for the country. The interesting and vibrant event spanned over the whole day, during which Pakistan Flag was hoisted, colourful banners /bunting had been prepared, pictures and posters of Great Leaders of Pakistan were displayed.

Out of city RBISE office creates problems for public

Rawalpindi:22 august: For more than four years, students and parents are facing worst kind of difficulties in approaching Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (RBISE) which was shifted to Morgah Village far away from city localities. The board office was shifted in 2013 from Sixth Road, which was heart of city and easily approachable for parents and students.

Fruit Fly Management Week begins at Arid Agriculture University Rawalpind

Rawalpindi:22 august: Fruit Fly Management Week from August 21 to 26 commenced at Pir Mehr Ali Shah - Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi (PMAS-AAUR), here on Monday in compliance with the directions of Secretary Agriculture, Government of Punjab. The objective to observe this week is to promote and practice management practices for management of fruit flies at mass scale in the province. This campaign is being launched in all districts of Punjab simultaneously.

153 school buildings in Pindi district in dilapidated condition

RAWALPINDI:August 18: Although an amount of Rs2.449 billion has already been spent on dilapidated school buildings, but 153 buildings of government educational institutions remain threat to students, teachers and other staff member. In 2015, district education department had declared 270 educational institutions buildings in Rawalpindi dangerous which had to be repaired by the provincial government in phases.

Education should be treated to produce better humans’

Rawalpindi::August 15:We should consider education as a faculty that produces better human beings and changes behaviour for the better rather than as a tool for getting a lucrative job. This exhortation was made by noted educationist Khushbakht Shujaat while speaking as a motivational speaker on the third and final day of a seminar titled “Women’s Empowerment”, held at the Global Marquee in town on Monday afternoon. The theme for the day was ‘Women tackling challenges in education’.

Poets pay tribute to Pakistan Movement leaders at RAC

RAWALPINDI:12 August: Poets paid tribute to Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah and other leaders of the Pakistan Movement at a mehfil-e-mushaira titled: "Sarmaya-e-Watan" organised under the auspices of the Rawalpindi Arts Council at its auditorium. Prof Anwar Masud presided over the mushaira. Prof Munawar Hashmi was the chief guest and Naseem-e-Sahar was the guest of honor at the grand event. It was anchored by poetess Dur-e-Shehwar.

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