Punjab University Lahore

PU VC addressing a meeting of deans, principals, directors at Al Raazi

Lahore:18 july: Punjab University Vice Chancellor Prof Niaz Ahmad has urged the faculty members to realise their role and perform their duties keeping in view national needs. He said this while addressing a meeting of deans, principals, directors and chairpersons of teaching departments at Al Raazi Hall here on Tuesday. Dr Niaz expressed his resolve to bring PU to the academic esteem which it deserved. He said PU administration would focus on quality of teaching and produce graduates of international standard.The news.

Punjab University condemned incidents of terrorism in Mastung

LAHORE:July 16: Punjab University’s Academic Staff Association (PUASA) has condemned the recent incidents of terrorism in Mastung and Bannu and offered condolences to the bereaved families. In a press release issued on Sunday, the PUASA office-bearers said the entire teaching community stood with their Baloch and Pakhtun brethren. They also prayed for the departed souls.

Punjab University Professor participated in an international Conference

Lahore:08 July:Punjab University Institute of Education and Research Professor Dr Abid Hussain Chaudhry participated in an international conference in Toronto, Canada. Renowned academics in field of education from various parts of the world participated in the conference. Addressing the delegates, Dr Abid Hussain Chaudhry said that teachers in Pakistan must learn modern technologies being utilised in the profession of teaching because new challenges had emerged in the field.

Punjab University Centre for South Asian Studies will organise a seminar

LAHORE :28 June: Punjab University Centre for South Asian Studies (CSAS) will organise a seminar on “State Terrorism in Indian Occupied Kashmir” on Thursday (today) at 11:30am at its seminar hall. According to a press release issued here on Wednesday, former Ambassador and President Lahore Council for World Affairs Pakistan Javid Hussain will throw light on the topic.The news.

PU’s Centre for Coal Technology Director won a research project award

LAHORE:22 June: Punjab University’s Centre for Coal Technology Director Prof Dr Shahid Munir has won a research project award titled “Investigating the Nature of Lahore Winter Smog, Sources of Primary Pollutants and Mitigation Strategies” from Higher Education Commission of Pakistan under National Research Programme through competitive process.

Punjab govt Portfolio of Higher Education,Special Education, Literacy

LAHORE:20 June: Punjab government on Tuesday withdrew portfolio of Higher Education, Schools Education, Special Education, Literacy & Non-Formal and Basic Education from caretaker provincial minister Ch Faisal Mushtaq. It is pertinent to mention here that there was strong resentment among general public over the award of portfolio of education to caretaker minister Ch Faisal Mushtaq as he owns a chain of private schools.

Punjab University awarded PhDs to five scholars

LAHORE:15 June: Punjab University (PU) has awarded PhDs to five scholars. Muhammad Abdullah, son of Muhammad Jamil, has been awarded a PhD in Islamic studies, Kalima Akhtari, daughter of Muhammad Ibrahim, in Persian, Anam Yousaf, d/o Muhammad Yousaf, in environmental sciences, Sumreen Hayat, d/o Ahmed Hayat, in microbiology & molecular genetics and Manzoor Hussain, s/o Muhammad Sharif, in the subject of microbiology & molecular genetics.The news.

PU College of Earth Sciences won an environmental research project

Lahore:14 June: Punjab University College of Earth and Environmental Sciences has won an environmental research project from Higher Education Commission of Pakistan worth Rs 3.7m. CEES Principal Prof Dr Sajid Rashid had proposed the research project titled “reduction in air emissions through modifications and improve efficiency in firing of brick kiln units”.

PU VC principles of governance were merit, transparency and accountability

LAHORE:10 June:Punjab University Vice-Chancellor Dr Niaz Ahmed has said the administration would ensure rule of law in all affairs. He vowed to ensure that the principles of governance were merit, transparency and accountability. He expressed these views while addressing a meeting of the deans of all faculties at the committee room of his office on Saturday. Talking to the participants, he said no institution could deliver unless it followed rules and regulations. Punjab University likely to get permanent VC by June

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