LAHORE :July 25: Punjab University has awarded four PhD degrees to the scholars in which Afshan Kiran Imtiaz, D/o Imtiaz Ahmed Taj, in the subject of Gender Studies after approval of her thesis entitled ‘Violence Against Women: A Study of Reinforcement of Honour Killing in the Socio-Cultural Context in Punjab’, Tahira Parveen, D/o Ahmed Sher, in the subject of History after approval of her thesis entitled ‘A History of Religious Minorities in Punjab, (1979-2013): An Appraisal’, Muhammad Sanaullah Khan, S/o Muhammad Akbar, in the subject of Communication Studies after approval of his thesis ent
LAHORE :July 25: A group of 17 students of 6th semester of Punjab University Institute of Chemical Engineering and Technology (ICET) are on two months summer internship programme at Universiti Teknologi Petronas Malaysia as part of MoU signed between Universiti Teknologi Petronas and University of the Punjab. The students would be carrying out research projects under the joint supervision of faculties of chemical engineering in both universities on membrane synthesis, adsorption, biodiesel and biogas production, biomass, catalysis, process simulation, water treatment and advanced materials.
LAHORE :July 25: Thirty-two students from 17 countries, including Poland, Egypt, Australia, Turkey, France, Spain and Bangladesh, along with their faculties visited Alhamra Art Centre here on Wednesday. Alhamra Art Centre Executive Director Ather Ali Khan greeted the delegation. The students were informed about the facilities at Alhamra Art Centre and were given a brief introduction about the culture and traditional aspects of Pakistan. The students acknowledged the efforts of the art centre and said and the work done at Alhamra was outstanding.
BAHAWALPUR: The Punjab government has appointed Prof Dr Athar Mehboob as the vice-chancellor of the Islamia University of Bahawalpur. The Higher Education Department issued a notification on Tuesday. Dr Athar Mehboob is currently serving as Vice-Chancellor of Khawaja Fareed University of Engineering and Information Technology Rahimyar Khan. He has 25 years experience in teaching, research and industrial projects in various prestigious institutions in Pakistan and abroad.
LAHORE :July 24: The Higher Education Department (HED), Punjab, on Tuesday issued appointment notifications of the vice chancellors (VCs) of four public sector universities of the province. Prof Dr Shahid Kamal has been appointed as VC of Government College University (GCU), Faisalabad, Prof Dr Tariq Mahmood as VC of University of Narowal, Narowal, Prof Dr Shabbar Atiq as VC of University of Gujrat, Gujrat and Prof Dr Athar Mahboob as VC of Islamia University Bahawalpur (IUB), Bahawalpur.
LAHORE:20th July: University of Health Sciences (UHS) Vice-Chancellor Prof Javed Akram has said that online registration process for Medical and Dental Colleges Admission Test (MDCAT)-2019 started Friday will continue till July 29. Addressing a press conference at the UHS here Friday, the VC said as per the policy of Pakistan Medical & Dental Council (PMDC) there would be no negative marking in the test this year. Each correct answer would carry one mark and the total marks would be 200. He said there would be no weightage for matriculation marks this year.
Rawalpindi :20th July: Two days Basic Life Support and First Aid training commenced at Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi (PMAS-AAUR), here on Friday. The aim of this training is to provide the training to make university’s staff expert in the field of emergency to handle serious and life-threatening situations while proper medical response is still on the way. PMAS-AAUR Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Qamar-uz-Zaman was the chief guest while Mubeen-ur-Rasheed from Rescue 1122 was a trainer. More than 100 University staff members are participating in the training.
LAHORE:20th July: The Punjab Cooperatives Department Friday started a three-day training workshop about the principles of financial and office management for its district-level accountants. A total of 47 accountants are taking part in this workshop which started at Cooperatives Divisional Training College, Faisalabad. Different trainers delivered lectures about various matters pertaining to the department.
LaHORE:20th July: Political and religious organisations while lauding the promotion of conventional school education at seminaries welcomed examinations of conventional school education at seminaries under Federal Education Board. Different religious and political organisations with mutual consent issued joint declaration at "Pakistan Stability Conference" here Friday, which was held under the aegis of Pakistan Ulema Council.
LAHORE:20 th july: Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) on Friday announced the sale and submission of admission forms for intermediate level (first year) would be continued till July 22 (Monday). According to a press release, Lahore College for Women University is offering admissions in six different disciplines including FSc (pre-medical and pre-engineering), ICS (three sub groups physics, statistics & economics) I-Com, home economics, FA and general science.
LAHORE:July 19: Punjab University (PU) has awarded PhD degrees to five scholars.
LAHORE:July 19: LGS’s student Haris Farooq Shah, son of Farooq Bahaul Haq (Bhera), qualified for the World Scholars Cup after getting five gold and two silver medals. He secured the medals in regional events held in Lahore. He represented Pakistan in the global round of the World Scholars Cup held in Kirghizstan.
Lahore: 18 July:Punjab University has awarded PhD degree to Amir Latif in the subject of South Asian Studies (Area of Specialization is Political Science) after approval of his thesis entitled ‘China’s Foreign Policy towards South Asia: Relations with Pakistan and India (2003-2013)’. The news.
Lahore: 18 July:Affan Ahmad, Roll No 241649, stood first getting 1064 marks in annual matriculation examinations 2019 in Laurel bank Public School, Daroghawala Campus. Affan Ahmad is the son of Professor Muhammad Zahid Mian, Deputy Director Colleges Lahore Division. The news.
RAWALPINDI:15 July: Boys have clinched all the top three positions in the science group in Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Annual Examination 2019. The results are due to be formally announced during a ceremony on Monday morning. However, fewer girls failed the exams than boys with an overall pass percentage of 75.8 per cent. According to official result documents from the Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (RBISE), Waqas Ahmed of the Hassan Abdal Cadet College topped the overall examinations by obtaining 1,089 marks.