LAHORE:09 November:Punjab Minister for Literacy and Non-Formal Education Rashid Hafeez has said that the Punjab government provided increased resources to modernise the non-formal education sector and added that every possible effort would be made to achieve the goal of 100 per cent literacy by the year 2030. While chairing a meeting of university professors about new interventions in literacy and basic education sector at a private institution of higher education, the minister briefed about the steps taken by the Punjab government in this regard.
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LAHORE: Lahore College for Women University’s Department of Punjabi organised Punjabi Mushaira on “Kashmir” at Iqra auditorium on Wednesday in collaboration with Pink Ribbon for breast cancer awareness and in commemoration with the people of Kashmir. Punjab Governor’s wife Mrs Parveen Sarwar was the chief guest on the occasion.
Lahore:23 October: Shehroz Aslam, Intermediate Part- II student of Foreman Christian College, has brought honour and pride to the college by winning Adab-e-Atfal 2019 award. According to a press release, the topic to speak was on children’s literature at 4th National Conference on Children Literature 2019 held here recently.The news.
Lahore:23 October: The matter regarding the annexation of Lahore College for Women University’s (LCWU’s) sub-campus Jhang as a constituent College of University of Jhang was presented before the 72nd meeting of the syndicate held recently. According to a press released, the LCWU Syndicate suggested following the policy of the Punjab government with regard to the sub-campus in Jhang.
LAHORE :09 August: Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) on Thursday organised an awareness walk in connection with Prime Minister’s Clean and Green Pakistan Programme.
LAHORE:20 th july: Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) on Friday announced the sale and submission of admission forms for intermediate level (first year) would be continued till July 22 (Monday). According to a press release, Lahore College for Women University is offering admissions in six different disciplines including FSc (pre-medical and pre-engineering), ICS (three sub groups physics, statistics & economics) I-Com, home economics, FA and general science.
LAHORE:13 July: Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) and Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) Friday signed an agreement for establishing ‘Hunergah’ at LCWU. According to a press release, Tevta Chairman Hafiz Farhat Abbas and LCWU Vice-Chancellor Dr Bushra Mirza signed the agreement under which a ‘Hunergah’ would be established at Lahore College for Women University campus where females would be trained in different trades.
LAHORE:July 5: The Punjab government Thursday appointed Prof Dr Bushra Mirza as Vice-Chancellor of Lahore College for Women University (LCWU). Dr Mirza, Professor in the Department of Biochemistry, Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad, has been appointed the VC for four years.
LAHORE:May 1, Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) Tuesday organised various events to celebrate 10th anniversary of the campus radio FM96.6. Punjab Minister of Information and Culture Syed Samsam Bukhari was the chief guest who while speaking on the occasion said LCWU’s campus radio had become a voice of women along fulfilling educational needs of the varsity students.
LAHORE:30 March: The interviews of shortlisted candidates for the post of Vice-Chancellor of the Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) could not be held on Friday as convener of the Search Committee did not show up, The News has learnt.
LAHORE:22 October: Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) has prepared the PC-I for establishing a medical college at its Kala Shah Kaku Campus to facilitate the girls of the adjoining areas, including Gujranwala. “The PC-I is complete and we will be presenting it to the Punjab governor and chief minister so that a teaching hospital could be made next to the medical college”, said LCWU Vice-Chancellor Dr Farkhanda Manzoor while talking to The News.
Lahore College for Women University rewards researchers LAHORE:October 6: Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) has given away cash awards and commendatory certificates to its 89 faculty members for best research in their relevant disciplines. A function, chaired by Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Farkhanda Manzoor, was held in this regard in Syndicate Hall. The VC distributed the certificates among best researchers and appreciated their role in promoting research culture. Total 89 faculty members from almost all teaching disciplines were nominated and Rs 2.4 million were awarded to them.
LAHORE:01 September: Lahore College for Women University has fixed admission quota of two per cent for non-Muslims students. Syndicate will validate this decision of the academic council. Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Farkhanda Manzoor on Friday chaired the meeting of the academic council and made some significant decisions. She said the fixed quota would help the minorities to get better education facilities and achieve their goals.
Lahore :08 August: Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) has displayed the first merit list for admissions to FA/FSc first year with FSc (pre-medical) on top with 1,053 marks. A spokesperson for LCWU said dues could be submitted from August 8 to August 10 in the campus while the second merit list would be displayed on August 10.The news.
LAHORE:04 August: The faculty members and staff of Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) have donated Rs1.5 million for “Diamer Basha and Mohmand Dam Fund”. A spokesperson for the LCWU said all employees of the university contributed one day basic salary to the fund.The news.