LAHORE:29 June: Poverty and gender discrimination are some of the major causes of the out-of-school children in country. These views were expressed by the participants in a seminar Friday titled “Out-of-School Children Crisis: Solutions and the Way Forward”. Alight Pakistan and Punjab School Education Department organised the seminar.
LAHORE: June 28:University of Engineering & Technology (UET) has announced that entrance test for admission to UET, its affiliated engineering colleges and other engineering institutions will be held on July 14. After the engineering colleges admission test (ECAT), applications for admission in BSc would be received in September 2019. Last date for data entry and generation of Admit Card online is July 3.
RAWALPINDI:25 June: In a surprising move, the apex education regulator of the federal capital has decided to abolish its school and college wings while revising portfolios of six directors by handing them greater responsibilities. According to the notification issued by the Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) director general, six directors were given additional responsibilities which will come into effect from July 1.
LAHORE:25 June: Higher Education Department (HED) Punjab on Monday issued appointment notification of Prof Dr Syed Mansoor Sarwar as the Vice Chancellor of the University of Engineering & Technology (UET) Lahore. He was serving as Vice Chancellor of a private university and formerly was Principal of the Punjab University’s College of Information Technology (PUCIT). Dr Mansoor Sarwar joined the university on Monday and was warmly received by the faculty members and administration of the university. Prof Mansoor Sarwar holds a PhD in Computer Engineering from Iowa State University, USA.The news.
LAHORE:June 24: The Nature Publishing Group, a world-class publisher of high impact scientific and medical information in print and online founded in 1869, has ranked Punjab University No. 1 in terms of research publications in the field of natural sciences among all Pakistani universities.
LAHORE:June 24: Punjab governor’s wife and president of Punjab Girls Guide Association (PGGA), Parveen Sarwar, on Sunday announced initiating girls guide awareness campaign across the province. Addressing a meeting of the association here at Governor’s House, she said girls would be offered courses regarding beautician, medical first aid, self-defence, table setting and decoration, social ethics, effective communication skills and collaboration.
LAHORE:23 June: An NGO conducted two 5-day value clarification and training workshops to equip students with different management and leadership skills and enhance their thematic understanding about social cohesion and youth development.
LAHORE:June 23: Punjab University’s Office of Research Innovation and Commercialization (ORIC) organised a workshop on approaching and managing funded research projects for faculty members of the university. Dr Naveed Ahmad, ORIC Director, resource person Dr Mehboob Ahmad of Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics and faculty members from different departments participated in the workshop.
LAHORE:22 June: A two-day workshop-cum-refresher course concluded at Punjab University’s Centre for Clinical Psychology (CCP). According to a press release, the resource person, Professor David Kingdon, was from University of Southampton, UK. He provided training to the participants around core CBT-based components for severe mental illnesses. The focus of the training was on effective integration of various core CBT strategies in developing and implementing individualised treatment.
LAHORE:18 June:The scientists of the University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) are executing 141 research projects worth Rs1.5 billion, won from national and international funding agencies.
LAHORE:14 June: The 146th meeting of Advanced Studies and Research Board of the University of Health Sciences (UHS) was held here on Thursday with UHS Vice Chancellor Prof Javed Akram in the chair.
LAHORE:June 14: Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) Chairman Hafiz Farhat Abbas said in future industrial automation and robotics would be very important therefore Tevta was imparting this up-to-date training to its students at Luban Workshop. He said this while addressing the students during the visit of Luban Workshop. He said in near future another workshop with the same facilities would be established so that more students could take benefit. He thanked China for this setup and hoped China would continue its help for training Tevta students in the future.
LAHORE:June 14: University of Engineering & Technology (UET) on Thursday announced July 3 as the last date for data entry and online generation of admit card for admissions in BSc Engineering and BSc Engineering Technology programmes at UET, its affiliated engineering colleges and other engineering institutions of Punjab. According to a spokesperson for UET, the entry test tokens are available from designated HBL branches on payment of Rs700/- till July 2. Detailed instructions about logging in to the UET admission portal using the token number are given on the token.
LAHORE:June 13: Punjab University Academic Staff Association (PUASA) has unanimously expressed strong resentment over massive cut in the funding of higher education in the federal budget.
LAHORE :June 13: The practical portion of Lahore Board’s Intermediate Annual Examinations 2019 will commence from Thursday (today). According to Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education (BISE) controller examinations, Prof Muhammad Nasir Jameel, the board had set up 276 exam labs for this purpose.The news.