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.
Rawalpindi: 03 April: Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (RBISE) has cancelled the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) second group papers of English Part-II and Physics Part-II rescheduled earlier for April 4 and 5. According to RBISE spokesman, the papers have been cancelled due to an appeal pending in Lahore High Court, Rawalpindi Bench. All the institutions concerned and private candidates have been directed to remain connected with the Board till the final verdict is given by the court which has fixed April 17 for the hearing.The news.
Rawalpindi:03 April: To commemorate Pakistan Day, a ceremony was organised at Govt. Viqar-un-Nisa Postgraduate College for Women, here on Friday. The guest of honour for the event was Director Colleges Rawalpindi, Malik Muhammad Asghar. A documentary was played, highlighting the historical importance of Pakistan Day. A tableau was presented by the students, illuminating the cultural diversity of Pakistan and reflecting the solidarity among all its provinces.
LAHORE:03 April: The Punjab government has appointed Prof Dr Shireen Khawar, Head of Department of Physiology FJMU, as Pro-Vice-Chancellor at Fatima Jinnah Medical University for the period of three years.
Rawalpindi:16 March: FG Degree College for Women, Abid Majeed Road, Rawalpindi holds annual prize distribution ceremony every year to mark the accomplishments of the talented students, to encourage the spirit of healthy competition among them and to promote curricular and co-curricular activities.
Rawalpindi:10 March: Speakers stressed the need for integrated water management approaches to address the need of agriculture sector and the welfare of communities. They were of the view that “Innovative and integrated water management & water harvesting techniques that deliver the critical eco-system services to human should be adopted for safeguarding the water reservoirs and to sustain in stream ecology.”
Rawalpindi:February 24: The division level three Urdu debate contests under the ‘Punjab Chief Minister Competitions 2017-18’ were held at Government Viqar-un-Nisa Postgraduate College for Women, on Friday, says a press release. The objective of holding these contests was to explore the inner talents of students and boost their confidence. The principal of the host college, Professor Dr. Saira Mufti was the chief guest on the occasion.
Rawalpindi:February 23: Sidra Afzal (Humanities), 2nd Madiha Kousar (Humanities) and 3rd Irsa Zahid (Humanities). The following students secured prizes for the best performance in their respective fields: Mehwish Shaheen (Qiraat), Marwa Sajid (Naat), Wajiha Shams (English Speaker), Faiza Babar (Urdu Speaker), Shumaila Jabeen (Home Economics), Marium Hina (Sports), Nighat Younas (Cultural Performance), Muniba Munir (Singing), Nayha Naveed (Computer Science) and Aimen Zafar (Dramatics).
Rawalpindi:February 23:1st positions: Marium Rauf Maths, Statistics, Physics / Economics/Maths/Physics/Chemistry; 2nd positions: Bisma Zulfiquar Maths, Statistics, Physics /Economics/Maths/Physics/Computer; 3rd positions: Iqra Zulfiquar Maths, Statistics, Physics/ Economics/Maths/Physics /Computer; 1st positions: Maham Sohail (Zoology, Botany, Chemistry and Psychology), 2nd Mobashra Tasneem (Zoology, Botany, Chemistry and Psychology) and 3rd Amna Rida (Zoology, Botany, Chemistry and Psychology);The news.
Rawalpindi:February 23: An inauguration ceremony of ‘Supply of Compost to University Research Farm (URF)’ was held on Thursday at Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University, Rawalpindi (PMAS-AAUR). Compost is obtained from the decomposed organic material of Mehr Biogas Model which was designed by PMAS-AAUR to meet the domestic needs of biogas and electricity through biomass-bio-energy technology.
Rawalpindi:February 23: To commend the consistent efforts of students who excelled in academics and co-curricular activities during the 2017-2018, the annual prize distribution of FG Postgraduate College for Women, Kashmir Road was held in the Salma Masud Auditorium here on Thursday. Professor Rana Arshad Qazi was the honourable chief guest on this occasion. The ceremony started with the recitation of the Quranic verses by Mehwish Shaheen. Hira Shafique presented ‘Naat’. College Anthem was presented by Nighat Younas, Hira Shafique, Marwa Sajjad, Rabbea Hanif.
Rawalpindi:February 14:The Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) Higher Education Commission (HEC) and the committee of experts from various universities of the country visited of Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University, Rawalpindi (PMAS-AAUR), here on Tuesday. The purpose of the visit was to review the PMAS-AAUR MS/M.Phil/Equivalent & Ph.D Programs’ compliance with the HEC's minimum criteria/guidelines set for these programmes.
Rawalpindi:10 February:Quaid-i-Azam University has broken into the top 100 universities of Asia while it is listed among the top 500 in the world, according to the latest rankings issued by the Times Higher Education (THE) at the 2018 Asia Universities Summit in China, local media reported on Thursday. This year, Pakistan only had one varsity in the top 500 and a total of four in the top 1,000 universities in the world.
Rawalpindi:February 9: A five-day Membership of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom (MRCP UK) Paces Course was organised by Rawalpindi Medical University here at New Teaching Block in Holy Family Hospital. Rawalpindi Medical University organised the course, 4th of a series under the leadership of Vice Chancellor RMU and Chief Executive Allied Hospitals Professor Muhammad Umar. PACES (Practical Assessment of Clinical Examination Skills) is designed to test the clinical knowledge and skills of trainee doctors who hope to enter higher specialist training in UK.
Rawalpindi;29 January:With a capacity of over five million books, the Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) has one of the biggest book warehouses in Asia. According to the University’s Press and Publication department, a large number of books are available in the warehouse at any given time to meet the needs of its 1.3 million students. The printing network is the one of the largest in the country, where on an average 3.5 million books are printed each semester. The varsity employs the latest printing, cutting and folding machines to handle the immense load.