FJWU observes silence in memory of APS martyrs

Rawalpindi:17 December: Fatima Jinnah Women University (FJWU) organised an event in the memory of APS martyrs of December 16, 2014. One minute silence, for the APS martyrs, was observed by the staff, faculty members and students. The Vice Chancellor, FJWU, Dr. Saima Hamid thanked everyone for showing solidarity with nation and APS martyrs on this day and stressed on the importance of Peace and tolerance in Pakistani society.The news.

FJM University approves hiring of officers, doctors

LAHORE:17 December: Health Minister Dr Yasmeen Rashid chaired 15th syndicate meeting at Fatima Jinnah Medical University (FJMU) here on Monday. Syndicate members took important decisions during the meeting under the chair of Dr Yasmeen Rashid. On the recommendations of selection board approval was granted for appointment of officers and doctors from grade 16 to grade 20 during syndicate meeting.

Maulana Rumi paid tributes

Lahore:15 Deccccember:The 39th sitting of ''Gosha-e-Gayan'' was held at Alhamra Art Centre to pay tribute to great poet of his times Maulana Rumi. Noted scholar Dr Tariq Shareefzada highlighted the services and works of the great Sufi poet. He said Maulana Rumi was a 13th century Persian poet, Islamic scholar, theologian and Sufi mystic. Dr Tariq highlighted the early life, poetry, personality and services of Rumi.

GC University VC stresses promotion of arts education

LAHORE:12 December:A memorandum of understating (MoU) was singed here on Wednesday between two prestigious institutions of metropolitan, i.e. Government College University Lahore and Lahore Art Council for promotion and encouragement of artistic and cultural endeavors among youths. GCU Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Asghar Zaidi and Lahore Art Council (LAC) Executive Director Ather Ali Khan signed the accord at a graceful ceremony organised by the GCU Directorate of Academic Planning and External Links (AP&EL) at the university’s Meeting Rooms.

Punjab University College of Earth seminar

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.

School system adopts curriculum based for better future

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.”


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