Post Graduate Medical Institute get modern training to young doctors

Lahore:13 December: The Post Graduate Medical Institute (PGMI) Principal Prof Dr Ghias-un-Nabi Tayyab called upon young doctors to get modern training in all medical fields and keep their knowledge up-to-date. He was addressing the 4th “Intensive Review Course for Orthopedic Department” on Tuesday here at Lahore General Hospital (LGH). Under training doctors of FCPS and MS across the country attended the event.

University of Sargodha organises two-day workshop

SARGODHA:13 December: The University of Sargodha (UoS) organised a two-day workshop on ‘Advance statistical analysis pertaining to Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) by using AMOS software’. The key purpose of the workshop was to cater to the analysis needs of the faculty members and research students of social sciences. Two gunned down in Sargodha The workshop enabled the participants to examine in depth the multi group structural equation (Multi Group Analysis) with the help of SEM technology and AMOS.

After a perfect past, Turkish teachers face uncertain future

LAHORE:13 December:The families of Turkish teachers, who were affiliated with Pak-Turk schools and could not leave Pakistan due to passport issues, say they were being pushed to the brink of starvation. Ömer Faruk, a Turkish teacher who taught at a Pak-Turk school for several years, narrated his ordeal to The Express Tribune in a tone that clearly expressed fear, nervousness and distrust.

Information Technology University to set up innovative lab

LAHORE:13 December: The Information Technology University (ITU) founding Vice Chancellor Dr Umar Saif on Tuesday said the university would establish an innovative lab on its main campus. He said this while chairing the 7th meeting of ITU syndicate. The meeting was informed that ITU has acquired ‘W’ category ranking from the National Computing Accreditation Council and an endorsement from the HEC. The meeting also discussed the details regarding first convocation, scheduled on Dec 17, of the graduate batch which was enrolled in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science programmes.

Punjab University announces results

LAHORE:13 December: The Punjab University on Tuesday announced that Dec 27 would be the last date for submission of admission forms and fee for MA/MSc Part-II supplementary examination 2017. Meanwhile PU declared results of annual examination 2017 of MA Diplomacy and Strategic Studies Part-I, MA International Relations Part-I, MA Kashmiryat Part-I, MA Persian Part-I, MSc Tourism and Hospitality Management Part-I, MSc Space Science Part-I, and MSc Gender Studies Part-II. The details are available on PU website.The news.

Lahore College for Women University celebrates Christmas

LAHORE:December 13: The Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) organised a ceremony in connection with Christmas here on Tuesday. Pastor Shahid Miraj, LCWU Vice Chancellor Dr Uzma Qureshi, staff and Christian employees of the institution along with their families attended the ceremony. A number of students joined the ceremony to greet the Christian community.

Lahore Knowledge Park signs agreement for civil work

LAHORE :December 13: Lahore Knowledge Park Company (LKPC) has signed an agreement with Infrastructure Development Authority of Punjab (IDAP) to carry out civil works at the site of Lahore Knowledge Park (LKP). According to the arrangement, IDAP will be acting as the executing agency for the construction works of LKP in two phases which include security road, entrance gates, civic infrastructure and civic amenities for the development of the park.

Students express passion to promote mountaineering

Rawalpindi:December 12: More than 300 million Pakistanis are directly or indirectly relying on mountains for their livelihood and it is imperative on us to conserve, protect and promote mountains and mountaineering, says a press release. This was said by National Secretary of the Pakistan Youth Hostel Association (PYHA) and former ambassador Qazi Humayun while welcoming the young participants of a poster competition and lecture organised at the PYHA Islamabad chapter here on Monday to celebrate the International Mountain Day.

DEA to seal schools not following security SOPs

Rawalpindi:December 11: District Education Authority (DEA) have decided to take action against public and private schools, particularly those not following Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), issued by the Punjab Government to ensure security of the students. It was decided in a meeting that the schools, violating orders of the government and not sufficient security arrangements, would be sealed. Special teams have been formed to conduct raids and check security arrangements of the schools.

Protest against high fee, low quality of education

Lahore:December 11:In connection with Human Rights Day-2017, a large number of parents and civil society members organised a demonstration against fee-hike and declining quality of education by private schools on Sunday. Chanting slogans and carrying placards at the demo, organised by the Parents Action Committee (PAC) and Civil Society Network at Liberty roundabout, the demonstrators, including schoolchildren expressed strong concerns over ‘high-handedness’ of private schools and termed the same a ‘mafia’ fleecing people in the name of education.

Top athletes battle it out on UVAS Sports Day

LAHORE:December 10:The University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) Lahore organised its 15th Annual Sports Day in its City Campus sports ground. Big Bird Group Director Dr Abdul Kareem Bhatti inaugurated the event, along with UVAS Vice Chancellor Dr Talat Naseer Pasha. Former UVAS professor of Pharmacology Dr Muhammad Sabir was the chief guest at the prize distribution ceremony. Harassment allegations: Sindh University teacher takes varsity, accuser to court

150 IT labs to be set up across Punjab

LAHORE:December 10:The Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) will establish 150 new Information Technology (IT) labs across the 36 districts of the province to train 20,000 students yearly, said TEVTA chairman Irfan Qaiser Sheikh. He was talking to office bearers of Oracle Pakistan on Friday. Harassment allegations: Sindh University teacher takes varsity, accuser to court

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