Fasilaabad:24 May:These views were expressed by speakers at a seminar on the theme of “Collective Action for Knowledge Economy using Technology”. The seminar was arranged by University of Agriculture, Faisalabad (UAF) at New Senate on Thursday. The seminar was chaired by UAF Vice Chancellor Dr Muhammad Ashraf while former vice chancellor of University of Veterinary and Animal Science, Dr Muhammad Nawaz, was the guest of honour on the occasion.
Lahore:May 24:The closing ceremony of three days of calligraphy workshop organised by Lahore Arts Council in collaboration with Pakistan Calligraphy Artists' Guild was held at Alhamra Art Gallery. Moneeza Hashmi was the chief guest on the occasion. The workshop was conducted by famous artists and a teacher in the field of calligraphy Irfan Ahmed Khan, Imran Sultan and Asad Mehmood. This workshop was attended by 70 students of different school, colleges and others.
Lahore:23 May:The youth was urged to play its role in eradicating corruption. Senior figures from the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and notable academics said it was vital for the younger generation to be proactive when it comes to eliminating such crime. These thoughts were expressed during a seminar at Punjab University’s Hailey College of Banking and Finance’s (HCBF) Character Building Society. The event was held in collaboration with NAB and aimed to create greater awareness on corruption
LAHORE:May 23: Punjab University Hailey College of Banking & Finance’s Character Building Society in collaboration with National Accountability Bureau (NAB) organised a seminar to create awareness amongst the students against corruption and the role of NAB in encountering this menace.
LAHORE:22 May: Intermediate part-II annual examinations 2019 held simultaneously across nine examination boards of the province concluded here on Tuesday. Subsequently, Intermediate part-I annual examinations 2019 will start from Wednesday (today). As many as 174,000 candidates will appear in the said exam from the Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education (BISE).The news.
LAHORE:22 May: A team of China’s Wuhan University on Tuesday handed over hybrid rice seed to Punjab University (PU) for hybrid rice breeding in Pakistan, which would bring revolution in agriculture sector. Prof Niaz Ahmad said Punjab University would play its role for betterment of society as well country. He said PU was promoting such research projects which would leave positive impact on society and country. Later, the Chinese delegation visited the labs and experimental area of the Institute of Agricultural Sciences for hybrid rice production.The news.
Rawalpindi :21 May:All campuses of Sadeeqa’s Learning System (SLS) Montessori & High School held week long activities as they celebrated Fight against Child Labour Week, says a press release.
Lahore:May 20:Punjab University has awarded PhD degree to Mudassir Mukhtar in the subject of Communication Studies after the approval of his thesis entitled ‘A Comparative analysis of public relations models and roles adaptation patterns among practitioners in public and private sectors: A case of Pakistan’. He has done his research work under the supervision of Incharge PU Institute of Communication Studies Dr Noshina Saleem and Associate Dean from College of Communication and Information, Florida State University USA Prof Dr Stephen D. McDowell.The news.
LAHORE:May 19: Namal Education Foundation arranged a fundraising event--‘Zakat for Scholarship Fund’ - for its donors, members and sponsors. According to a press release, the donors, sponsors, traders and prominent members of the business community attended the event held at a local hotel. Among others, member of the board of governors, Abdul Razak Dawood, also attended the event.
FAISALABAD:18 May: Punjab Minister for Social Welfare and Baitul Mal Muhammad Ajmal Cheema has said that the Punjab government is taking steps to impart modern education and knowledge to the new generation. He said this while distributing the prizes among the students of a local school at Parveen Shakir Complex on Friday. Social Welfare Director Shahid Rana, Social Welfare DD Khalid Bashir, Social Welfare Officer M Tahir, Principal Deeba Noreen and others were also present.
Lahore:May 18:All the colleges and schools in the Punjab province will be closed from June 1 till August 14 for summer vacation. The Sindh government on Friday announced summer vacation for the department of colleges. The provincial government has also issued a notification in this regard. All the colleges will be opened from August 15.The news.
LAHORE:18 May: Punjab University (PU) senior faculty members Friday took the Higher Education Commission (HEC) to task for its recent report on the university’s MPhil and PhD programmes observing the Commission’s team worked in ‘haste’ and ‘misrepresented’ data.
Islamabad :May 17: Prime Minister Imran Khan and Chief Minister of Punjab Usman Buzdar have been urged to suspend the Wasa officials and the Deputy Commissioner Faisalabad, who involved in bulldozing boundary walls of Christian school and harassing the students and the teachers. MNA Pakistan Peoples Party Naveed Aamir Jeeva, MNA Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz Dr Darshan, former MNA JUI-F Aasia Nasir at a press conference at the National Press Club regarding demolishing of boundary walls of the school and intimidating the teachers and the students.
LAHORE:May 16: Punjab Inspector General of Police (IGP) Arif Nawaz has said to improve level of police training and realising the requirements of police training in southern districts, Police Training School Multan has been upgraded to Police Training College Multan and the seat of principal has also been upgraded.
Rawalpindi:15 May: Minister for Railways Sheikh Rashid Ahmed on Tuesday said that newly established university in Rawalpindi would start admissions in June and over 7,000 female students would be initially imparted higher education near their doorstep. In a statement issued here, the minister thanked Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar to issuing notification for the Rawalpindi’s second largest women university.