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inaugural session of international conference on ICIML

LAHORE:October 11: Punjab Higher Education Minister Raja Yasir Humayun Sarfraz has said that the government has kept higher education on priority and all institutions of higher learning would be made the centre of excellence in research. He was addressing the inaugural session of the three-day second international conference on “Information Management and Libraries (ICIML)” organised by Punjab University Department of Information Management at University Law College’s auditorium here on Wednesday.

Easypaisa introduces digital QR payments in universities

Lahore:10 October:Easypaisa, Pakistan’s first digital payments platform launches “Easypaisa QR” the first of its kind cashless payment system – in more than 137 educational institutes across Pakistan. Some of the prominent universities where the Easypaisa QR payments systems have been successfully deployed are Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS), National University of Science & Technology (NUST), FAST National University, Karachi University & Punjab Group of Colleges.

Higher education minister says govt believes in human development

LAHORE:09 Oct: Provincial Minister for Higher Education Raja Yasir FDA inauguration ceremony of induction training of college faculty Lahore:09 October:in human development and work is being done to develop human resource. He said the objective would be achieved through opportunities of higher learning, training, and capacity building with the support of the Punjab Higher Education Commission (PHEC). He was addressing the inauguration ceremony of the induction training of college faculty (assistant professors) on Monday at the Faculty Development Academy (FDA) of PHEC.

Punjab University BA/BSc exams 2019

LAHORE: Punjab University Monday issued schedule for submission of admission forms for BA/BSc part-I & part-II annual examinations 2019. According to a press release, the last date for submission of admission forms for regular candidates of BA/BSc part-II annual examination 2019 with single fee is October 22 (by post) and October 25 (by hand) while forms can be submitted with double fee till November 01 (by post) and November 6 (by hand).

Salman Sufi nominated for prestigious Mother Teresa awards

Lahore:October 8: Salman Sufi, a Pakistani citizen, has been nominated for the prestigious Mother Teresa awards 2018 in India. The award is given in honour of Mother Teresa. It is the only award in the name of Mother Teresa recognized by the Missionaries of Charity. Sufi joins Dalai Lama, Malala Yousufzai, Priyanka Chopra, Mahathir Mohammed, Bilquis Edhi, Neerja Bhanot, Abdullah Bin Zayed Bin Nahyan, who have previously received the award for their services to promote peace, harmony and social justice around the world.The news.

UVAS moot A three-day international conference

LAHOR:October 6: A three-day international conference on “Trans-boundary Diseases of Veterinary and Public Health” under Pak-US Science & Technology project titled “Capacity Building of Neglected Vector Born Diseases in Livestock” funded by Higher Education Commission (HEC) concluded at University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) here on Friday. To organise the event, UVAS had the collaboration of Lanzhou Veterinary Research Institute (LVRI) Chinese Academic of Agriculture Sciences Beijing China and Punjab Agriculture Research Board (PARB).

University of Veterinary and LVRI Institute China signed a MoU

LAHOR:October 6: University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) and Lanzhou Veterinary Research Institute (LVRI) China on Friday signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU). UVAS Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Talat Naseer Pasha and LVRI Director Prof Dr Hong Yin signed the MoU. Under the MoU, the two parties will jointly work for control and prevention of trans-boundary diseases. They will conduct collaborative research for human resource development and faculty & students exchange programme. Both the institutes nominated their focal persons on the occasion.The news.

Medical research centre opens at Punjab University

LAHOR:October 6: Punjab University College of Pharmacy has established Nanotechnology Advanced Biopharmaceuticals and Tissue Engineering Centre. PU Vice-Chancellor Prof Niaz Ahmad, Faculty of Pharmacy Dean Prof Dr Khalid Hussain, College Principal Prof Dr Nadeem Irfan Bukhari, focal person Assistant Prof Dr Muhammad Zeeshan Danish and other senior faculty members were present at the inaugural ceremony held on Friday.

Lahore College for Women University rewards researchers

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.

UoS VC hits back at FAPUASA

Lahore26 september:Maria Batool, another student, stated that the most unfortunate part of the whole ordeal was the fact that there was no forum where students could voice their concerns. “We have to protest, we have no other option,” she expressed, adding that they will continue their demonstration until their demands are met.

University of Sargodha ,s Students protest against non-issuance of degrees

LAHORE:26 september: Students from the University of Sargodha (UoS) Lahore Campus protested against the fact that the varsity had not issued their transcripts on Tuesday. Hundreds of students, carrying placards, gathered on Canal Road and blocked the thoroughfare for all traffic. The students claimed that they had graduated around three years ago, but had still not received their degrees or official transcripts.

Punjab Teachers’ union boycotts PEC’s examinations

LAHORE: 24 september:The Punjab Teachers’ Union (PTU) has announced that it will boycott the Punjab Education Commission (PEC) examinations for grade five and eight because they have not been paid for the services they rendered during the beginning of the year. The wages of around 0.15 million teachers, including data entry operators, paper checkers and examiners have been delayed for the past seven months. Teaching and learning techniques: Training for teachers held


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