Fuuast extends form submission date for MA private exam

Lahore:11 September:The Examination Department of the Federal Urdu University for Arts, Science and Technology (Fuuast) on Saturday extended the date of submission of examination forms of MA private. According to Fuuast Controller of Examinations Ghayas Uddin Ahmed, the candidates could submit the exam forms and fee till September 13. He advised the students to get the forms from the bank branches located near both campuses of the varsity while the fee vouchers could be downloaded from the varsity’s web portal.

Quality education, research stressed to meet challenges

FAISALABAD:06 September: Higher Education Commission Quality Assurance Agency Managing Director Dr Nadia Tahir Thursday said varsities must ensure quality education and research work at par with international standards to combat challenges facing the country. Addressing a workshop on issues and challenges of Quality Enhancement in higher education arranged by Quality Enhancement Cell, UAF, she urged teachers to refurbish the skills of the students as the future of the country reins in their hands.

University orientation week

LAHORE:04 September: In order to welcome its new class, LUMS organised orientation week activities recently. According to a press release issued on Tuesday, the week started with a welcome session held at LUMS Syed Maratib Ali Sports Complex where 2,700 students, their parents, guests and faculty members were in attendance. The entire LUMS community got together to welcome the new class to the campus.

Boys outperform girls in Inter exam

LAHORE:04 September: Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education (BISE) Lahore on Tuesday announced the names of position-holders of Intermediate Annual Examination 2019, according to which, the top three positions were bagged by the boys of Punjab Group of Colleges. The overall top position was clinched by Ali Raza Rana of Punjab College of Science, Ferozepur Road, who secured 1055 marks out of total 1100 marks. The second and third positions were bagged by the students of the same college Talha Akhtar and Zain Tariq who secured 1052 and 1051 marks, respectively.

Tevta to introduce career-oriented education

LAHORE:03 September: Technical Education & Vocational Training Authority (Tevta) Chairman Ali Salman Siddique on Monday said the department was being steered forward under a new vision which called for the quality of technical education and job placement to go hand in hand. He was addressing the fresh students of Diploma of Associate Engineering at Government College of Technology, Railway Road, here. Ali Salman said that a General Manager (Placement) was being appointed at Tevta Secretariat for ensuring the provision of jobs to the Tevta trained workforce on completion of their courses.

Fun, patriotism galore at Anglo Arabic School

Rawalpindi: 29 August: As a top ranked school, Anglo Arabic Higher Secondary School is expert in developing leaders, transforming organisations and creating sustainable impact - immediate and long term. The school strives to ensure this impact is felt by the students, the Anglo Team and entire organisation. Anglo Team arranged a series of event with Volley Ball Match Final, Eid Milan Party, Independence Day celebration and annual lunch given to all Anglo staff from the school association members.

Seminar on dengue control and prevention held at AAUR

Rawalpindi:28th August: An awareness seminar on Dengue Control and Prevention held at Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi (PMAS-AAUR), here on Tuesday, with an aim to raise awareness among the masses against dengue and to observe all precautionary measures for the protection from this disease. Speakers recommended various preventive measures against the dengue mosquitoes and stressed on collective preventive measures against the dengue menace. They urged the university employees and students to ensure cleanliness of the campus and homes.

CM approves recruitment of 4,500 college teacher interns

LAHORE:28th August: Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar has approved recruitment of College Teacher Interns (CTIs) to public sector colleges across the province against 4,500 vacant posts. Recruitment to 400 vacant posts will be made against the quota reserved for minorities and differently able persons. A summary of higher education department has been approved by the chief minister and the CTIs showing satisfactory performance, during the current educational year, will be given the opportunity again. However, this would not mean an extension in their period of employment.

Federal Secretary for IT visited Virtual University of Pakistan

LAHORE:28th August: Navy, Lahore, Station Commander Commodore Neimatullah SI (M) called on Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (Tevta) Chairman Ali Salman Siddique here on Tuesday. According to a press release, views regarding promotion of technical education and vocational training were exchanged during the meeting. Ali Salman Siddique said providing quality education and training the objective of Tevta team and it was doing the best for the purpose.

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