Tree plantation campaign started at PMAS-AAUR

Rawalpindi:21 August: The tree plantation campaign has started at Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi (PMAS-AAUR), here on Tuesday, with an aim to plant tree as part of the Greener Pakistan Initiative to celebrate the Independence Day of Pakistan. On this occasion, Prof. Dr. Qamar-uz-Zaman, Vice Chancellor, PMAS-AAUR was the chief guest who formally inaugurated the campaign of tree plantation by planting a sapling at University Research Farm Koont.

Islamia University of Bahawalpur to restructure curriculum

BAHAWALPUR:21 August: Islamia University of Bahawalpur Vice-Chancellor Dr Athar Mahboob has said that steps are being taken to make the varsity a shining institution at national and international level. He expressed these views during a meeting with journalists at Baghdadul Jadeed Campus. The syllabus will be restructured to make it compatible with modern needs. “Research benefiting society will be encouraged.” Excellence in both teaching and research will surely help to contribute to social and economic development, he added.

IUB VC for restructuring syllabus according to modern needs

BHAWALPUR:20 August: Vice Chancellor Islamia University of Bahawalpur Engr Prof Dr Athar Mahboob Monday said steps were underway to make the varsity a shining institution at national and international level. He said the syllabus would be restructured to make compatible with modern needs. Research benefiting society would be encouraged, he maintained. The VC said excellence in both teaching and research will surely help to contribute to social and economic development.

25 schools to get classrooms in Bahwalpur

BAHAWALPUR:20 August: Deputy Commissioner (DC) Shozab Saeed Monday chaired a meeting of the district development committee. The meeting reviewed the development project of constructing additional classrooms in schools being operated under the Punjab Education Initiative Management Authority. The meeting was briefed that additional classrooms will be constructed in 25 government schools with a cost of Rs 82 million.

I-Day celebrations at University of Health Sciences

LAHORE:20 August: The University of Health Sciences (UHS) and Pakistan Society of Internal Medicine (PSIM) jointly organised an event here at the varsity on Monday to celebrate Independence Day and launch monsoon tree plantation campaign. University of Health Sciences former vice chancellor Maj Gen (R) Prof Muhammad Aslam gave a presentation on “Journey of Pakistan’. He said that Pakistan came into being with the sacrifices of hundreds and thousands of Muslims. He added that the journey continues and the nation has yet to reach its destination.

52pc pass class 9 exam BISE

Lahore:20 August:Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education (BISE) Lahore on Monday announced the results of class-9 Annual Examinations 2019 according to which overall pass percentage is 52.07 per cent. About 271,447 candidates appeared in the examination out of which 141,350 passed the exam. Meanwhile, because of huge traffic on the board’s website after the result was declared on Monday morning students faced difficulty in accessing the results online for quite some time.The news.

Punjab University to be improved through changes, says minister

LAHORE:20 August: Punjab Minister for Higher Education Raja Yasir Humayun has said that the concept of one subject based universities would be amended and college sector would be improved through systematic amendments. He said this was addressing the 353rd meeting of Punjab University Senate at Senate Hall, Old Campus here Monday. PU Vice-Chancellor Prof Niaz Ahmed, Pro-Vice-Chancellor Dr Saleem Mazhar, Registrar Dr Muhammad Khalid Khan and Senate members participated in the meeting.

Punjab University teachers rally against India

LAHORE: 20 August:A large number of senior PU teachers on Monday took to The Mall to condemn Indian atrocities in the Held Kashmir. The teachers' rally was led by Punjab Minister for Higher Education Raja Yasir Humayun in which PU Vice Chancellor Prof Niaz Ahmed, Pro Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Saleem Mazhar, deans of various faculties, heads of various departments and a large number of senior faculty members participated in the rally.

School headmaster tortured by landlord

HAFIZABAD:17 August: A landlord allegedly tortured a school headmaster for stopping him to tie up his cattle on the premises of the school. Reportedly, after summer vacation, Headmaster of Government Primary School Riaz Ahmad came in his school where he saw that some cattle were tied up there. He called accused landlord Zafar Iqbal and forbade him to tie up cattle in the premises of the school, which infuriated the accused. Later, the accused landlord allegedly tortured the school headmaster.


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