Rawalpindi :23 May: All campuses of Sadeeqa’s Learning System (SLS) Montessori & High School recently celebrated Mother Language Day, says a press release. The Mother Language Day held at Tulsa Road Branch focused on promoting the linguistic and cultural diversity of multiple mother languages spoken by people belonging to different regions of the country. Through dialogues, dances and songs both the linguistic and cultural aspect was focused side by side.
Rawalpindi :23 May: A seminar on beekeeping to observe World Bee Day held at Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi (PMAS-AAUR), here on Tuesday. The seminar was organised by the PMAS-AAUR department of Entomology with an aim to create awareness regarding importance of bees in pollination and as a source of honey and other products like prospolis, wax, pollen and royal jelly etc.
Rawalpindi :21 May: Federation of All Pakistan Universities Academic Staff Associations (FAPUASA) has demanded immediate appointment of new Chairman of Higher Education Commission (HEC).
Rawalpindi :18 May: The Sports Department of Government Postgraduate College for Women Satellite Town, Rawalpindi organised an event for the celebration of students’ participation in Malaysian basketball contest on the behalf of All Pakistan Inter Board.
Rawalpindi:17 May: A five-day intra-campus Table Tennis tournament was held at Sadeeqa’s Learning System (SLS) Montessori and High School, says a press release. Harley Street Senior Branch and the Islamabad Campus hosted the four day event. Razi ud Din, National Coach for World Schools Badminton Championship, Malta 2016 was the guest of honour to witness the final matches on the fifth day. A total of 364 students participated in the tournament out of which 176 were boys and 188 were girl participants. A total of 170 matches were played by the students, each with great enthusiasm.
Punjab bans dancing at school events According to details, the Punjab government has imposed this ban throughout the province, binding both government and private educational institutions in the province, to observe the ban. “During special occasions, such as competitions, parents day, teachers day and even orations there was a custom of students dancing on Pakistani and Indian songs, read a notification, adding that according to government rules, dancing has been banned regardless of the occasion. LHC orders PEMRA to take legal action against Sahir Lodhi’s morning show
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.
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.
Rawalpindi:26 April: Celebrating certain anniversaries it gives a great deal of pleasure when the people who are celebrating have something to be proud of and that can be said about the Rah-e-Amal school for underprivileged children. Twenty years of dedicated work by volunteers has seen many children rise from the shackles of poverty to live a better life, all because they have received a decent education - not to say anything about the moral guidance that has made them better human beings.
Rawalpindi:April 25:As many as 3,613 graduates of Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi (PMAS-AAUR) were awarded degrees while 74 students were decorated with medals at the 19th convocation, here on Tuesday. As many as 26 students received PhD degrees, 656 were awarded MPhil & MS degrees, 1,450 secured masters degrees, while 1,481 students got undergraduate degree in their respective disciplines. Gold medals were awarded to 49 students on their outstanding performance in their academic record while 13 bagged silver and 12 secured bronze in the convocation.
Rawalpindi:18 April: Foreign participants of the international course organised at ECO Postal Staff College, Islamabad, visited GPO, Rawalpindi, says a press release.
Rawalpindi:16 April: Continuing its historical legacy since past three decades, Roots International Schools (RIS) laid foundation for a new campus in Kohistan Enclave Wah Cantonment, says a press release. The new building will cover a total of 150,000 sq. feet and will include state-of-the-art classrooms, libraries, Playgrounds, gymnasium, swimming pool, an outdoor football ground, a dedicated visitor centre, an auditorium and technologically advanced science labs .
Rawalpindi:14 April: Continuing the previous year’s tradition of organisation of successful Women Entrepreneurship Fair, this year, once again, Office of Research Innovation & Commercialisation (ORIC) at Fatima Jinnah Women University arranged the entrepreneurship fair from April 11 to 13, 2018.
Rawalpindi:12 April: Grammar School Rawalpindi’s Chaklala branch, in its ongoing celebrations of seventy years of Pakistan, organised an event for parents and guests to show-case the presentations done at the school in 2018. Students from the junior and senior sections exhibited and through their presentations expressed that mere sloganeering would not facilitate their beloved homeland. Instead, reflection was required to create opportunities to show authentic love and patriotism by doing practical service for it.
Rawalpindi :05 April: Students of Sadeeqa’s Learning System (SLS) Montessori & High School, Peshawar Road Junior Branch marked World Wildlife Day, say a press release.