Faisalabad’s school wall demolishing condemned

Islamabad :May 17: Prime Minister Imran Khan and Chief Minister of Punjab Usman Buzdar have been urged to suspend the Wasa officials and the Deputy Commissioner Faisalabad, who involved in bulldozing boundary walls of Christian school and harassing the students and the teachers. MNA Pakistan Peoples Party Naveed Aamir Jeeva, MNA Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz Dr Darshan, former MNA JUI-F Aasia Nasir at a press conference at the National Press Club regarding demolishing of boundary walls of the school and intimidating the teachers and the students.

New Rawalpindi University admissions start in June

Rawalpindi:15 May: Minister for Railways Sheikh Rashid Ahmed on Tuesday said that newly established university in Rawalpindi would start admissions in June and over 7,000 female students would be initially imparted higher education near their doorstep. In a statement issued here, the minister thanked Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar to issuing notification for the Rawalpindi’s second largest women university.

Additional post of professors at FJMU approved

LAHORE:15 May: The 12th meeting of Fatima Jinnah Medical University syndicate was held under the chairpersonship of Minister for Health Dr Yasmin Rashid. Members of syndicate including Vice Chancellor FJMU Prof Dr Aamir Rizwan Khan, Prof Dr Tahira Murtaza, Umul Bonain Ali, Member Punjab Assembly Ayesha Nawaz, Prof Nishat Masood, Prof Dr Musarat Nisaar, Prof Dr Maira and Medical Superintendent Sir Ganga Ram Hospital Prof Dr Fayyaz were present in the meeting.

Punjab University LLB admission

LAHORE:May 15: Punjab University (PU) Examinations Department has issued the schedule for submission of admission forms for the LLB (5-year) Part-I Annual Examination 2019. According to details, the last date for submission of admission forms for regular candidates of LLB (5-year) Part-I Annual Examination 2019 with single fee is 20-5-19 while the forms can be submitted with double fee till 24-5-19. The details are available at PU website www.pu.edu.pk.The news.

9th class online registration schedule

LAHORE:May 15: Punjab Boards Committee of Chairmen (PBCC) has issued revised online schedule of enrolment/admission for Class-9th for academic session 2019-2021. According to details, the last date for admission in Class-9, without late fee, for all the nine Boards of Intermediate & Secondary Education (BISEs) will be May 30, 2019 while with late fee, Rs500 (per student), the last date will be June 13, 2019.The news.

MoU to promote capital market knowledge at University of Management

LAHORE:14 May: A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been inked between University of Management and Technology (UMT) and Pakistan Stock Exchange Limited (PSX) to promote knowledge about the capital market. According to a press release, the MOU aimed to initiate efforts to create awareness and promote knowledge about the capital market amongst the participants through the PSX - National Investor Education Programme to educate them about financial planning and stock market operations.

Instructions for exam superintendents

JHANG:12 May: Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Controller Examinations Mrs Shahnaz Alvi has asked the superintendents of examination centres to follow the directions of the board while conducting the examinations. The BISE controller of examinations said that male mobile inspectors would not be allowed to remain present inside the female examination centres as it would cause inconvenience for the girl students.

PU rewarded Book lovers on World Book Day

LAHORE:10 May: Punjab University Library in a programme presented ten book lover awards to its highly engaged readers on the occasion of World Book Day 2019. Since 2012, each year the library is organising this event to encourage book reading among university students. Shahzeb Khan, Assistant Professor, Department of English Language and Literature, was invited to the occasion and in a brief talk he shared valuable sights on how the students can make their book reading habit more productive for themselves.

Punjab University seminar to upgrade commerce syllabus

LAHORE:10 May: Keeping in view growing trend of commerce education among students, there is a need to upgrade commerce syllabus to bring it in line with international standards. This was consensus among speakers at a seminar jointly organised by Mir Khalilur Rahman Memorial Society (Jang Group of Newspapers) and Hailey College of Commerce, University of the Punjab.

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