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Punjab University Centre for CCP in collaboration with PILL

LAHORE:18 December: Punjab University Centre for Clinical Psychology (CCP) in collaboration with Pakistan Institute of Living & Learning (PILL) organised a workshop on ‘Qualitative Research Method: Introduction to Qualitative Interviewing’. Director CCP Dr Saima Dawood, Dr Saadia Asmeen, faculty members, MS, ADCP and PhD students participated in the workshop. In her address, Dr Saima appreciated the resource person for conducting an insightful workshop on the steps involved in conducting a qualitative research.

Punjab University Library Club introductory talk on two books

Lahore:December 18: Punjab University Library Club has organised introductory talk on two books to a gathering of scholars and students. On the first book “Splinterlands”, an interesting English novel written by John Feffer, Mr. Shahzeb Khan, Assistant Professor, Department of English Language and Literature, University of the Punjab, provided his scholarly insights.

Punjab University schedule of admission fee & forms for B.Com

LAHORE:December 16: Punjab University has issued schedule for submission of admission fee & forms for B.Com part-I and II, annual examinations 2019. For regular candidates, the last date for submission of admission forms with single fee is March 7 (by hand) and March 4 (by post) whiles the forms can be submitted with double fee till March 26 (by hand) and March 19 (by post).

King Edward Medical University and UHS workshop

LAHORE:December 7: Pakistan Medical & Dental Council (PMDC) in collaboration with King Edward Medical University (KEMU) and University of Health Sciences (UHS) conducted a workshop on “Medical Editing and Publications” in council room of KEMU. Shakirullah Jan, PMDC President, was the chief guest of the workshop while UHS Vice-Chancellor Prof Javaid Akram and FJMU Vice-Chancellor Prof Aamer Zaman Khan were guest of honuor.

NUST Military College Rawalpindi Convocation of MCS

Rawalpindi:November 27: The 25th convocation of NUST Military College of Signals (MCS) was held at Rawalpindi. Speaker National Assembly, Asad Qaiser, graced the occasion as chief guest. Speaking at the occasion, he commended the standard of education at NUST and its coveted position amongst the world’s best universities. He applauded NUST graduates for playing their due role in the national development. He urged the young graduates to follow in the footsteps of their seniors by contributing services in their respective fields to the country’s progress and well-being.


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