SLS School holds badminton tournament

Rawalpindi:December 07:A four-day Inter-campus Badminton Tournament was held at Sadeeqa’s Learning System (SLS) Montessori & High School, says a press release.
Pakistan Badminton Federation Vice President Mian Waqas Masood was the guest of honour to witness the exciting final matches and to award trophies and certificates to the winners. The competition was held between 18 branches with a total of 328 students participating with 168 girls and 160 boys competing in the singles and doubles category.

Tributes paid to Josh Malihabadi at RAC

Rawalpindi:December 07: Josh Adabi Foundation in collaboration with Rawalpindi Arts Council (RAC) here on Monday arranged Josh Qaumi Adabi Conference to mark 123rd birth anniversary of the revolutionary poet Josh Malihabadi.
Senator Najma Hameed presided over the conference while MNA Tahira Aurangzeb and senior poet Prof. Dr. Ehsan Akbar were guests of honour accompanied by Chairman Josh Adabi Foundation Dr. Ghazanafar Mehdi and President Farrukh Jamal.

64 schools to be issued Warning

Rawalpindi:December 07: The district administration has decided to write warning letters to 64 schools to improve their security arrangements in line with the directives of the Punjab government otherwise these would not be allowed to operate anymore.

District Coordination Officer (DCO) Rawalpindi Talat Mehmood Gondal during a high-level meeting reviewed the reports presented by the intelligence agencies in which 64 schools — 29 A Plus and 45 A category — are vulnerable to terrorist threats due to unsatisfactory security arrangements.

Colleges of Twin Cities live painting Ccompetition

Rawalpindi:December 07:The students from different colleges of the twin cities, Rawalpindi and Islamabad, skilfully painted the ‘mountain culture’ in an oil-on-canvas painting competition.
The contest was organised here on Tuesday in collaboration with the Rawalpindi Arts Council (RAC) in connection with the on-going 6th Pakistan Mountain Festival, the annual flagship event by the Development Communications Network (Devcom-Pakistan) to commemorate International Mountain Day.

GB college faculty Training

Lahore:December 07: The first phase of training for senior college faculty including principals of Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) started at University of Education (UOE) Township Campus on Tuesday. UOE Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Rauf-i-Azam chaired the inaugural ceremony of the first phase training organised in collaboration with Higher Education Department (HED) Punjab.

Action against School Heads

Lahore:December 07:School Education Department Punjab continued action against school heads over poor results and dropouts and ordered disciplinary proceedings against over 100 teachers.
This action will be taken under PEEDA Act 2006. The Schools Department had earlier announced transfer of the heads of schools for poor performance but later the chief minister directed the department to proceed against the head teachers as their transfer would be injustice with students where they were being transferred.

Traning Workshop Information Technology University

Lahore:December 06:A three-day training workshop with an aim to instill the effective, analytical and methodological skills in the researchers concluded at the Information Technology University (ITU). ITU’s Centre for Governance and Policy had organised the workshop which was attended by local and international scholars, researchers and MPhil and PhD students.The news.

15 Students’ artwork on Display

Lahore:December 06:Fifteen students from Department of Jewellery Design and Gemological Sciences of Pakistan Institute of Fashion and Design displayed their work in an exhibition titled ‘Stone as a Material, Stone as a Concept.’
The ceremony was inaugurated by PIFD Vice-Chancellor Prof Hina Tayyaba and Dabir Ahmed (consultant).
A two-week workshop was conducted with Patricia Domingues, a German-based contemporary jeweller for these students which culminated with an exhibition.

Mock Exam Exercise for Class 5 and 8 Students

Lahore:December 06:With reports of leakage of papers, a mock exercise for Class 5 and 8 to train students and teachers for annual examination 2017 started under the supervision of Punjab Examination Commission (PEC) on Monday.
There were reports about leakage of assessment tests from various examination centres in the provincial metropolis. The mock papers of Mathematics for Class 5 and English for Class 8 were held on the first day.

Dr Salman book Health by Education/Sehat Taleem Se

Lahore:December 05:Pakistan’s pressing need for a vibrant preventive strategy to combat the burden of diseases, eating up resources and causing preventable deaths especially among children prompted a dedicated group of doctors to produce a comprehensive document for schoolchildren to inculcate a preventive approach among the new generation to ward off fatal and crippling diseases.

PEEF allocates 74 scholarships to IIU

Lahore:December 05:The Punjab Educational Endowment Fund (PEEF) has allocated 74 scholarships amounting to Rs18.8 million for the students of International Islamic University (IIU) Islamabad.

Allocated scholarships are part of PEEF’s new Master’s level scholarship programme under the title Shahbaz Sharif Merit Scholarships (SSMS) for the current academic year 2016-17.

A total of 1,000 fully funded scholarships shall be offered to the outstanding students enrolled in Masters, M Phil and MS degree programmes in top ranked universities of Pakistan.

School infrastructure: 1,100 classrooms to be built in Multan

Multan:December 04: Around 1,100 classrooms will be constructed at 650 primary and middle schools of Multan district.

This was announced by Multan Executive District Officer (EDO) Education Muhammad Ashfaq.

The government decided to build more classrooms in schools that did not have enough space to accommodate a large number of students.

Talking to The Express Tribune, he said EDOs of different districts of the province told the government that the number of sections has increased because more students were enrolled in primary classes.

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