Rawalpindi :16 January: Speakers at the workshop called for the promotion of quality education and research to meet the challenges. They stated this at a workshop titled Professional Development Workshop for PhD Students held at Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi (PMAS-AAUR), here on Wednesday.
LAHORE:16 January:The Punjab Planning and Development Board (P&DB) and Government College University (GCU) Lahore are going to set up the Social Policy Advisory Board (SPAB) and the Social Policy Advisory Council through Education (SPACE) for research, evidence generation and dissemination, reviews and assessment of public sector programmes on social sector development, public financial management and governance.
LAHORE:16 January:The seventh Convocation of University of Education (UE) was held on Wednesday at Faisalabad Campus. Overall, 12,316 graduates, including 5 PhD and 631 MPhil students were awarded degrees whereas 158 students were honored with gold, bronze and silver medals.
LAHORE:16 January:Punjab University and Michigan State University (MSU), the US, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to promote education and training with regard to the psychiatric and psychological issues of students. The MoU signing ceremony was held at Vice Chancellor’s Office in which PU VC Prof Niaz Ahmad, MSU’s Assistant Prof Dr Farha Abbasi, Faculty of Life Sciences Dean Prof Dr Firdaus-e-Bareen, External Linkages Director Dr Sobia Khuram and Institute of Applied Psychology (IAP) Associate Professor Dr Rafia Rafique were also present.
Lahore:16 January:According to the recommendations of Academic Council, Punjab University Syndicate has approved that candidates of MBBS, BDS, Pharm D and general nursing will have to attempt the subject of BSc English only for associate degree in science. Therefore, the candidates can register themselves for associate degree in science with single fee i.e. 3,720 till January 27, 2020. Details are available at the PU website www.pu.edu.pk.The news.
RAWALPINDI:16 January: In a bid to engage youth for curbing crime, the Rawalpindi police have kicked-off a ‘Friends of Police’ campaign on Monday. “The youth is playing a critical role in eliminating crime from the society,” remarked City Police Officer (CPO) Ahsan Younas at Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi (PMAS-AAUR) on Monday as he formally kicked off the campaign. The CPO said a new policy was being introduced so that students can play an effective role in society as volunteers and friends of the police.
DASKA:15 January: Stray dogs injured two students here on Tuesday. Nasir and Jawad were heading towards their school when two dogs attacked and injured them. The boys were shifted to the Civil Hospital.The news.
Rawalpindi :15 January: The administration of Rawalpindi Medical University (RMU) signed three memorandums of understanding with three different institutions including two universities here at the old campus of Rawalpindi Medical College on Tuesday in the area of research and development particularly involving Computer Vision, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Bio-medical Image Processing.
LAHORE:15 January: Government College University (GCU) Zoology Department’s research on “transfection of locally isolated Wolbachia in Aedes aegypti” has won the first prize and cash award of Rs 100,000 at international conference on "Dengue Prevention and Control" organised by the Punjab government here at a local hotel. Punjab Health Minister Dr Yasmin Rashid handed over the cash award to principal researcher Prof Dr Nusrat Jahan at the concluding ceremony of the conference held under the auspices of provincial Primary and Secondary Healthcare Department.
Rawalpindi:14 January: After three-week winter vacation, all public and private schools reopened here on Monday. Thin presence of students witnessed in all public and private schools because of heavy rain and cold. On the other hand, Higher Education Department (HED) Punjab has refused to extend winter vacation second time despite Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) warned to continue severe weather till January 22.
Islamabad:14 January:The Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) has announced the start of the Secondary School Certificate Part I and II annual examinations on March 4. According to the FBISE, the last date for the submission of admission forms along with triple fee was January 10. However, the forms can be submitted to the board ‘as soon as possible’ along with four times fee.
Lahore:14 January:After extended winter vacation, public and private and private schools reopened across Punjab on Monday. However, a thin attendance was recorded at most of the schools particularly because of heavy rains on early Monday morning. The winter vacation was observed in all public and private schools from December 12, 2019 to January 5, 2020. However, the vacation was extended from January 7 to January 11, 2020 because of the severe weather conditions.
Lahore:14 January:Punjab University (PU) Examinations Department has issued the schedule of admission fee and forms for MA/MSc, Part-I and Part-II, Annual Examinations 2020. According to the details, for regular candidates, the last date for submission of MA/MSc, Part-I admission forms with single fee is 5-3-2020 (by post) and 12-3-2020 (by hand) while the forms can be submitted with double fee till 10-3-2020 (by post) and 17-3-2020 (by hand).
LAHORE :12 January: The grand finale of “Honehar Pakistan,” a nationwide quiz competition organised by the Jang Media Group to revive quiz culture among schoolchildren in particular and to promote education in general was held here on Saturday. After a nail-biting competition among schoolchildren from different parts of the country, top three winners of “Honehar Pakistan Quiz Competition”, separately in junior and senior categories, were awarded shields and cash prizes in a ceremony held at the Children Library Complex.
LAHORE :12 January:12 January: A large number of people Saturday staged a rally for the inclusion of the Punjabi language as a subject in Punjab’s educational institutions. The rally started at Madhu Lal Hussain’s shrine and ended outside the Lahore Press Club. The participants in the rally carried placards and banners, inscribed with demands to make Punjabi as a compulsory subject from primary to graduation level. The rally was attended by rights activists, students, teachers and people from different walks of life. Ammar Shah Punjabi, chairman of Punjab National Movement, led the rally.