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Multan Police Filed FIR Against 23 people in BUZ university violence case

MULTAN:INP: Police on Monday lodged a case against 23 suspects for brutally torturing a student at Bahauddin Zakariya University (BZU).
The security personnel launched raids at the university hostels on Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar’s directives, however, no detention has been made so far.

The university administration has also issued notices to the students involved in the incident and directed them to cooperate with the police.
Strict security arrangements have been ensured in the premises of the campus to avoid any untoward incident.

Education, key to uplift Caretaker Punjab Minister

LALAMUSA:19 July: Caretaker Punjab Minister for Housing, Urban Development, and Environment Saeedullah Babar Wednesday said education and healthcare were the key to development. Talking to reporters, the minister said the caretaker government was fully aware of its responsibilities. The minister inaugurated the tree plantation drive by planting a sapling in the lawn of DC Office. Deputy Commissioner (DC) Tauseef Dilshad Khatana was also present on the occasion.The news.

Teachers demand salary increase in upcoming budget

MULTAN:27 May: The Punjab Teachers Union has demanded an increase in salaries of employees. “An increase of 100% should be ensured in house rent because it has not been increased for the last several years,” Punjab Teachers Union (PTU) Senior Vice President Rana Altaf Hussain said while speaking to journalists in Multan on Tuesday. He added, “The salaries of teachers are not sufficient and they are spending a miserable life.”

Missing’ laptops: Students protest outside BISE

MULTAN:25 May: Scores of students staged a demonstration outside the Multan Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) for ignoring them in laptop schemes on Saturday. The protesters blocked the road, leading up to the BISE offices. They held banners and placards which bore slogans in favour of their demands. The students alleged that they had achieved positions during 2015, but were not given the laptops they were once promised, despite fulfilling the criteria.

Teachers association to stage sit-in on January 25

MULTAN:22 January:The Punjab Professors and Lecturers Association (PPLA) has expressed concern over the failure of the Higher Education Department (HED) and Punjab government in fulfilling teachers’ demands and threatened to stage a sit-in on The Mall, Lahore on January 25. The teachers also announced they will boycott classes at local educational institutions, including Civil lines College, Wilayat Hussain Islamia College, Government Emerson College Bosan Road and Alamdar Hussain Islamia College.

Allama Iqbal Open University to launch Seeratun Nabi degree programmes

Multan:December 26:Dr Siddiqui said that degree verification process was being converted to the online system and now it would take only 24 hours for verification, instead of months. He said that free education was being offered to special kids and over 1,000 jail prisoners free of charge. About 28 national and international conferences and over 100 workshops had been conducted during the last three years, he said.Published in The Express Tribune, December 25th, 2017.

Teacher arrested in Lodhran for brutally beating student, breaking his leg

Lodhran:13 November:A government school teacher was arrested in Lodhran, Punjab on Sunday for breaking a teenage student’s leg while brutally beating him with a stick. Two days ago, Asghar, a teacher at the Govt High School Gogran, subjected 15-year-old Nabeel, a class X student, to severe punishment for not wearing his uniform to school, Express News reported. Following media reports of the incident, Lodhran Deputy Commissioner Raja Khurram suspended the teacher and police booked and arrested the teacher. Four-year-old suffers temporary hearing loss after being beaten by teacher

Distribution scheme: More students to get laptops in Punjab

Multan:13 November:While speaking to The Express Tribune, a student Shaheed Sarfaraz said that he was a needy student and with the help of the government, he could continue his studies. Another student Rimshah Ishaq from Government Postgraduate College said, “We are taking advantage of the educational reforms and are making great progress with facilities like laptop and scholarship.”Published in The Express Tribune, November 13th, 2017.

4,100 students get free laptops

MULTAN:13 November:Provincial Minister for Higher Education Raza Ali Gillani said that Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz government increased the spirit of education among students, who are the future of our country. He shared this while addressing the fourth phase of laptop distribution scheme in Dera Ghazi Khan. Sargodha University establishes e-Rozgar centre At least 4,100 students were provided free laptops. The ceremony was presided over by Mehboob Hussain. It was attended by students, parents, and government officials.

Civic education 'should be made part of curriculum'

MULTAN:19 October:Civic education should be made part of the curriculum to enable youth comprehend their fundamental rights as well as obligations towards the state. This was said by former National Assembly speaker Syed Fakhar Imam on Wednesday. Education: a solution for Pakistan He said, “Special courses on civic education were taught at our educational institutions around three decades ago and I think this practice should resume in accordance with contemporary requirements.”

BZU VC absent without leave since Aug 2

BZU VC absent without leave since Aug 2 MULTAN:22 august: Serious irregularities have been found at Bahauddin Zakariya University (BZU) as Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Tahir Amin has been absent since August 2 without the approval of leave by the competent authority, BZU insiders revealed. The BZU VC also holds additional charge of the office of the Multan Women University vice-chancellor. Therefore, both major institutions have been working without a head for the last 20 days.

11-year-old boy was beaten by a cleric for not learning his lesson

MULTAN:17 May:An 11-year-old boy was beaten and tortured by a cleric for not learning his lesson at a religious seminary in Vehari District on Tuesday. While speaking to The Express Tribune, father of the victim, Syed Iftikhar Hussain Shah Bukhari, said his son Muhammad Bilal was tortured by his teacher Qari Muhammad Fayyaz at Faizan-e-Madina Madrassa. He added the cleric shaved off his son’s head after beating him mercilessly. He added Qari Fayyaz also hit his son in the abdomen with a steel rod. “He also broke his teeth by punching on Muhammad Bilal’s face,” Iftikhar lamented.

LHC suspends governor’s decision in Bahauddin Zakariya University case

LAHORE:May 6:The Lahore High Court on Friday suspended a decision taken by Punjab governor in capacity of chancellor regarding Lahore sub-campus of Bahauddin Zakariya University (BZU), Multan.

During hearing of a case about illegality in establishment of the BZU’s Lahore sub-campus, counsel for the sub-campus’s former chairman told a full bench that BZU syndicate had not endorsed the establishment of the Lahore sub-campus.

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