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Ban on student unions led youths away from politics’

Lahore:26 June:Attracting the younger lot by providing some food for thought in the form of panel discussions and musical performances, Hope Festival concluded with an aim to work towards progress and tolerance on Sunday. Held at the National Museum, the festival brought together the likes of Arieb Azhar, Sheema Kermani, Suhaee Abro and numerous students hailing from the Pashtun, Baloch and Gilgit-Baltistan communities who put up cultural performances.

Punjab HED is once again looking to hire College Teaching Interns

LAHORE:23 June: The Punjab Higher Education Department (HED) is once again looking to hire College Teaching Interns (CTIs). The aim is to meet teaching requirements at public colleges of the province for the upcoming academic year. Along with the hiring of the CTIs, the department is also looking to fill vacant positions of men and women lecturers. To this end, the HED formed a committee which would look into the requirement for each public college of the province. The department also sent a letter to the relevant office in this regard.

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 govet issued notification grant of additional charge to ministers of caretaker

Lahore:20 June:Punjab government has also issued notification regarding the grant of additional charge to the ministers of caretaker cabinet. According to the notification, the Caretaker Provincial Minister for Industry, Trade & Investment and Mines & Mineral Development Anjum Nisar has been given additional charge of Zakat and Ushr Department.

Punjab minister relieved of education ministry

LAHORE:20 June: The Punjab Education Ministry on Tuesday was taken from interim minister Chaudary Faisal Mushtaq after Parent Action Committee strongly reacted to his appointment on social media. All four departments falling under education ministry Higher Education, Schools Education, Special Education, Literacy & Non-Formal and Basic Education departments will remain with the Punjab caretaker chief minister according to the notification issued by the Services & General Administration Department (Cabinet Wing).The news.

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.

QAED two days PEELI training of newly recruited Educators

Lahore:16 June:According to the notification, “Quaid-e-Azam Academy for Educational Development (QAED), Punjab has planned two days PEELI training of newly recruited Educators-2017, who have received three-day PEELI training during the Induction Training Programme-2017. The said training will be conducted in all districts of Punjab with effect from 22-06-2018 to 23-06-2018 in batches.”

Over 30,000 teachers to get English training Under PEELI

LAHORE:16 June: More than 30,000 schoolteachers will receive English language training under the Punjab Education and English Language Initiative (PEELI). The two-day training will be conducted by the Quaid-e-Azam Academy for Educational Development (QAED), where 30,918 educators will be trained by 773 trainers in the same number of classes. The training is to be held between June 22 and 23.The news.

Punjab HED extends date to apply for position of ITU VC

LAHORE:15 June: After getting a negligible response from academics, the Punjab Higher Education Department (HED) has extended the last date to apply for the post of Information Technology University (ITU) vice-chancellor by more than half a month. A new advertisement has been floated by the HED, extending the date to June 20. In the earlier advertisement, the last date was set as June 3.

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.

Information Technology University Tech lab, research unit established

LAHORE:14 June: A tech lab and a research unit will be jointly established by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Information Technology University (ITU) under a memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed on Wednesday. Aimed at gauging Pakistan’s progress in attaining the sustainable development goals (SDGs), the MoU was signed by UNDP Country Director Ignacio Artaza and ITU acting vice chancellor Dr Umar Saif.

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