Lahore:12 December: Punjab University Department of Social Work in collaboration with Migrant Resource Centre organised national conference in connection with International Migrants Day at Pervez Hassan Environmental Law Centre. The researchers highlighted the issues being faced by the migrants as well as the hosts.The news.
LAHORE:12 December:Speakers at a seminar called upon the need for meaningful inclusion of students as peacemakers to create awareness among the people about the topics of peace, tolerance, acceptance, diversity and harmony. The seminar was organised by Punjab University College of Earth and Environmental Sciences in collaboration with Centre for Health and Gender Equality (CHANGE) at Al Raazi Hall.
Lahore:12 December:Saira Waseem has been on a journey to inculcate respect, empathy, peace and patience in young minds through their school curriculum. As the outcome, she wants the grown-ups adhere to the principles of unity, faith and discipline. Saira believes that value-based education is no longer imparted in our schools. “The only job of schools is now to yield good results,” she said as she spoke with The News on Wednesday. According to her, the real job of educational institutes is the nation- and character-building. “We cannot [only] bombard our students with information.”
LAHORE:11 December:The World Punjabi Congress is holding its 30th International Conference on Punjabi literature and culture designated to Guru Nanak Dev from February 14 to 18, 2020.
LAHORE:10 December:Provincial Finance Minister Hashim Jawan Bakht has said that students should get full command of information & communication technologies to take part in the development process. They should also equip themselves with the latest needs of the 21st century. We will have to get full command on engineering, IT and other latest fields of knowledge to compete the world. In this regard, research and innovation will have to be given particular importance.
Lahore:09 December:As the 12th International Urdu Conference drew to a close on Sunday evening, one of the last sessions of the four-day event remembered some of the prominent writers, music composers and artists who passed away in recent years. The session, aptly titled ‘Yaad-e-Raftgan’, featured a moderator and six speakers who paid heartfelt tributes to as many departed luminaries. Writer Masood Ashar was the first speaker who talked about the late Dr Enver Sajjad, a multi-talented man who had been involved in many forms of arts ranging from fiction writing and acting to dance.
LAHORE:09 December:Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Ltd (SNGPL) in collaboration with University of Engineering & Technology Lahore and Rescue 1122 organised an awareness walk at Hussain Chowk here to raise awareness about conservation of natural gas. The walk was led SNGPL Managing Director Amer Tufail and Vice-Chancellor, University of Engineering and Technology (UET), Dr Mansoor Sarwar. Sohail Gulzar, DMD (Operations); Syed Jawad Naseem, SGM; Chaudhry Ijaz, SGM; Farrukh Majeed Bala, General Manager (HSE), Rescue 1122 officials and students from UET also participated in the walk.
LAHORE:07 December:The noted institute of calligraphy and allied arts, Nexskill, is holding workshop on calligraphy on Saturday (today) for the students of schools and colleges. In a press release, Nexskill director said presidential award winner calligraphist Ustad Khurshid Alam Gohar Qalam will deliver lectures at the workshop.The news.
LAHORE:07 December:Punjab University (PU) has announced the result of its senate's elections on the six seats of principals of affiliated colleges and five seats of registered graduates. According to the poll count on the seats of principals Aslam Pervaiz, Ahsan Mukhtar, Anjum Nizami, Nasreen Aftab, Nuzhatur Rehman and Farah Rasheed got 64, 62, 61, 56, 56 and 53 votes, respectively and won the elections.
Rawalpindi :07 December:Chairman National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Justice (r) Javed Iqbal on Friday said that NAB is committed to eradicate the menace of corruption by pursuing the policy of accountability for all indiscriminately. If accountability is crime NAB will continue committing such crime for making Pakistan corruption free. He asked the new generation to help NAB for eradicating corruption for making the country corruption free, says a press release.
LAHORE:06 December:Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Lahore, has extended last date for receipt of admission forms for Matric annual examination 2020, starting on February 22. A BISE spokesperson said regular and private candidates could submit their forms till Dec 13 with single, till Dec 20 with double fee and till Dec 27 with triple fee.The news.
LAHORE:06 December: The Punjab government has constituted six-member committees of senior doctors at each public sector medical universities/colleges to prepare data of students for the maintenance of their health profile, including blood group, smoking and drug intake history following the reports of drug abuse at teaching institutions. The committees have been assigned task to carry out tests/screening of the drug addict students of medical institutes.
LAHORE:05 December:A large number of art lovers including students Wednesday visited Alhamra Arts Gallery to praise the second edition of Alhamra National Exhibition featuring masters and students’ artworks. In this connection, a group of 35 students of Kinnaird College for Women visits the second Alhamra National Exhibition.
Rawalpindi :05 December: Children were having time of their life, giggling, running, looking for their friends and chit chatting with them right in front of their teachers, but nobody reprimanded them or told them to remain silent; because they were there on a day out with their friends and families at the Funfair 2019 of the Anglo Arabic Higher Secondary School. It was a day filled with joy and excitement. There were food stalls, fun games, juggler’s show, rides, tall man, music and lot of fun activities. Lots of valuable gifts were distributed through several lucky draws.
Sargodha :04 December:The University of Sargodha (UoS) has retained its previous position in the prestigious Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) Asia University Rankings 2020, making its name yet again in the list of Top 500 Asian universities. According to the QS World University Rankings Asia 2020, Sargodha University recorded the same rank achieved in 2019 ie in the 401-450 categories of Asian universities. Last week, the Times Higher Education (THE) also announced its subject-wise World University Rankings 2020, in which the University ranked 601+ for Life Sciences and 801+ Physical Sciences.