Punjab University Pakistan's largest three-day book fair

Lahore:28 March: Punjab University has formed various committees to successfully organise Pakistan's largest three-day book fair to be held from April 25-27. The book fair will be organised in the corridors of institute of education and research, new campus in which all the leading publishers from Pakistan will participate. Faculty of Engineering and Technology Dean Prof Dr Taqi Zahid Butt has been appointed as convener of the book fair coordination committee to review arrangements.The news.

Punjab University issues LLB forms submission schedule

LAHORE:March 28: Punjab University has issued schedule for submission of admission forms for the LLB (three years) part-I, II and III annual examination 2019. The last date for submission of admission forms for regular candidates of LLB (three years) part-I, II and III annual examinations 2019 with single fee is April 15, 16 and 17 respectively while the forms can be submitted with double fee till April 29, 30 and may 2 respectively.

Teachers protest against Punjab govt’s education policies

LAHORE:27 March: A large number of college teachers blocking The Mall outside Punjab Assembly here Tuesday strongly protested over, what they termed, the Punjab government’s indifferent attitude and anti-teacher and anti-education policies. The teachers had gathered on the call of Punjab Professors & Lecturers Association (PPLA) which has been demanding implementation of service structure and pay protection of contract and regular college teachers, swift promotion mechanism and five-tier promotion formula in line with one being followed in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province.

The practical examinations will begin on May

Lahore:23 March:The exams abroad will take place in accordance with the synchronised time already notified. The roll number slips of regular students will be delivered to their respective schools or colleges and those of private ones to the postal addresses mentioned in their admission forms. The candidates can contact the board offices for help in case roll number slips don't reach them for one reason or the other.The news.

FBISE HSSC annual exam (part I & II) in next month

Lahore :23 March: The Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) will hold the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) annual examinations (part I & II) in the middle of the next month. According to the schedule announced by FBISE controller of examinations (conduct) Fatima Tahira, the Higher Secondary School Certificate (part I & II) examinations 2019 will begin on April 17 and will end on May 27.The news.

An awareness seminar at University of Engineering

LAHORE :March 22: An awareness seminar was organised by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Thursday at the University of Engineering & Technology (UET). NAB Additional Director Rubina spoke about different types of corruption and its prevention. She also shed light on rules and regulations of NAB and created awareness about efforts being made by NAB to eliminate corruption. Earlier, NAB Director Syed Muhammad Hasnain Ahmad and the additional director also met the Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Aziz Akbar.The news.

School enrolment to be monitored DEAS

LAHORE :March 22: A meeting of CEOs of provincial district education authorities (DEAs) has discussed the ongoing enrolment campaign in schools, ongoing reforms programme and other recent initiatives. Punjab Minister for School Education Murad Raas presided over the meeting. The minister, speaking on the occasion, said the enrolment campaign across the province would be monitored via tech-based School Information System (SIS). In order to ensure public participation in the campaign, help would also be sought from school councils, parents and religious scholars, he added.

Shahbaz shut 10,000 schools for the poor

Lahore:21 March: Punjab Assembly Speaker Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi has said when he was chief minister, his government provided free education, books and stipends to schoolchildren to bringing the children of the poor to the government schools. “I am worried that contrary to our measures, Shahbaz Sharif closed down 10,000 schools where the children of the poor were getting education. I always ask Chief Minister Usman Buzdar that he should start from where we had left,” said the PA Speaker during the inauguration of a campus of a private school in Gujrat on Wednesday.


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