Three-day literary extravaganza comes to an end

Lahore:04 February:As existential philosophers say all good things have to ultimately come to an end, the Adab Festival Pakistan, a three-day event offering many intellectually stimulating activities, concluded on Sunday evening. The festival was three days filled with nostalgic reminiscences, productive discussions, book exhibitions and artistic performances. Whatever ingredient of an ideal literature festival you name it – it was there.

Fatima Jinnah Women University five day training Workshop

Rawalpindi:February 2: Women Research and Resource Center (WRRC), Fatima Jinnah Women University organized a five day (January 28 to February 1, 2019) training workshop for the facilitators of “Active Citizenship Program (ACP)” in collaboration with British Council. The MOU for this program was signed between British Council and Fatima Jinnah Women University in 2016.

Proposals on educational reforms sought

LAHORE:February 1: Minister for Schools Education Murad Raas has asked the departments concerned to submit their viable proposals for implementing short-term, mid-term and long-term plans under “the new deal for Punjab.” The attached departments are directed to submit their proposals within next seven days for introducing educational reforms. This was stated by him during a meeting at his office here on Thursday. Secretary Schools Zafar Iqbal, Special Secretary (Operations) Jahanzaib Khan, Chairman & MD PCTB and others attended the meeting.

National training in Agriculture University, Rawalpindi

Rawalpindi :31 January: A one day 5th national training on Commercial Ostrich Farming was held at Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University, Rawalpindi (PMAS-AAUR, here on Tuesday, with an aim to provide technical knowledge as well as expertise for health and diseases, handling, management and marketing of ostrich meat and its by-products. The training also covered various techniques that can result in enhanced meat yield and high livability at the young age under local farm environment.

Punjab University revises curriculum

LAHORE:30 January: Punjab University has revised curriculum for BA (Part I and II) for the subject of education with effect from the academic session 2019 and onward. The examination with the revised syllabus would be held in the year 2020. filtration plant: Punjab University Vice-Chancellor Prof Niaz Ahmad on Tuesday inaugurated newly installed water filtration plant at New Campus colony. The filtration plant was donated by a private water filtration company and it has the capacity of providing 50 thousand litres filtered water daily.The news.

Jang Education Expo in Gujranwala today

Gujranwala:29 January:The Jang Education Expo 2019, Pakistan’s biggest educational exhibition, will be opened at Heaven Castle Hall, Kingni Wala Bypass, GT Road, Gujranwala on Tuesday (today), which will continue from 10am to 7pm. Jang Group has maintained its glorious tradition in promotion of education. As part of its tradition, Jang Group has been organising Education Expos in all different cities of Pakistan to provide career counselling to students for their bright future.

Punjab University conference Gravitation and Cosmology

LAHORE:28 January: The Group of Gravitation and Cosmology, Punjab University Department of Mathematics, will organise five-day first international conference Gravitation and Cosmology from January 27 to Jan 31, 2019. The inaugural ceremony will be held on Monday (today). PU Vice-Chancellor Prof Niaz Ahmad Akhtar will be the chief guest of the occasion. A large number of scientists from various countries and from all over the Pakistan will participate in the event.The news.

PU Library Book Club first programme of the year

LAHORE:21 January: After successfully completing one year of organising programmes for the promotion of book reading culture in academia, the PU Library Book Club organised the first programme of the year 2019. PU Department of English Language and Literature Chairperson Prof Dr Amra Raza introduced an English poetry book written by Shadab Zeest Hashmi “Ghazal Cosmopolitan: Ghazals and Essays on the Culture and Craft of the Ghazal”. She melodiously recited some verses from the book and the audience enjoyed her style of narration.

Remand of ex-VC, registrar extended

LHORE:18 January: An accountability court on Thursday extended judicial remand of Sargodha University former Vice-Chancellor Dr Muhammad Akram Chaudhry and the university’s former registrar Brigadier Rtd Rao Jamil Asghar , accused of receiving millions of rupees as bribe for allowing establishment of illegal sub-campuses under the public private partnership policy and jeopardizing the future of thousands of students. The court has also extended judicial remand of other accused in the scam including, Muhammad Akram, Mandi Bahauddin sub-campus CEO Waris Nadeem and his partner Naeem Mukhtar.

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