Tevta will upgrade the curriculum of its DAE programme

LAHORE :28 April: Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (Tevta) Chairman Irfan Qaiser Sheikh has said that Tevta will upgrade the curriculum of its DAE programme as there is dire need to update it . Addressing a meeting regarding annual performance of academics Department of Tevta on Friday, he said curriculum of Electronics, Metallurgy, Petrochemicals, Mechanical, Electrical and Civil would be upgraded on emergency basis.

Punjab University got a female VC Prof Dr Nasira Jabeen

LAHORE :28 April: For the first time in the history of Punjab University (PU), the university got a female Vice-Chancellor (VC) with the appointment of Prof Dr Nasira Jabeen as the provisional VC on Friday. Prof Dr Nasira Jabeen is Dean Faculty of Economics and Management Sciences and Director of the Institute of Administrative Sciences at PU. Separately, the Punjab government has appointed Prof Dr Farkhanda Manzoor as provisional VC of the Lahore College for Women University (LCWU). Prof Dr Farkhanda Manzoor is Chairperson of Department of Zoology at the LCWU.

Beaconhouse National University Degree Show 2018 conclude

LAHORE:27 April: The Annual Thesis Show of the Mariam Dawood School of Visual Arts and Design (SVAD), Beaconhouse National University (BNU), the “Degree Show 2018” will conclude on Friday (today). This year’s SVAD Degree Show features thesis works of around 68 graduating students of Visual Arts, Visual Communication Design, Textile and Fibre Studies, Fashion and Fibre Studies and Jewelry and Accessory Design.

Everything is free for students, including uniforms and their families rations

Rawalpindi:26 April: Celebrating certain anniversaries it gives a great deal of pleasure when the people who are celebrating have something to be proud of and that can be said about the Rah-e-Amal school for underprivileged children. Twenty years of dedicated work by volunteers has seen many children rise from the shackles of poverty to live a better life, all because they have received a decent education - not to say anything about the moral guidance that has made them better human beings.

Punjab University,s ad hoc employees staged a demonstration

LAHORE:26 April: Dozens of ad hoc employees of the Punjab University (PU) serving on contract basis staged a demonstration on Wednesday outside the Lahore Press Club and demanded the government and the university administration to regularise their services. They were carrying banners and placards that highlighted their plight. They said they had been serving the university on ad hoc basis for a long time now and their contracts in this regard were extended time to time.The news.

UHS workshop on “Basic Techniques in Forensic Pathology

LAHORE:26 April: The University of Health Sciences (UHS) Vice-Chancellor, Prof Dr Mehmood Shoukat, has said that forensic pathology is becoming a neglected field because of lack of passion among the doctors. He was addressing the inaugural session of a three-day workshop on “Basic Techniques in Forensic Pathology”, here at UHS on Wednesday. Prof Mehmood Shaukat said that to meet the public interest, forensic pathologist had to be knowledgeable and highly skilled, the system had to be robust and the system’s immediate and long-term integrity needed to be assured.

Punjab University an awareness seminar on hepatitis

Lahore:April 25: Punjab University Institute of Social and Cultural Studies (ISCS) organised an awareness seminar on hepatitis at its auditorium here on Tuesday. Dean Faculty of Behavioral and Social Sciences Prof Dr Zakria Zakar, Office of Research, Innovation and Commercialization Dr Farah Rauf Shakoori, resource person Dr Abdul Rauf Janjua from University of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, faculty members, shopkeepers and students participated in the awareness seminar.

PMAS-AAUR 19th convocation 74 students decorated with medals

Rawalpindi:April 25:As many as 3,613 graduates of Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi (PMAS-AAUR) were awarded degrees while 74 students were decorated with medals at the 19th convocation, here on Tuesday. As many as 26 students received PhD degrees, 656 were awarded MPhil & MS degrees, 1,450 secured masters degrees, while 1,481 students got undergraduate degree in their respective disciplines. Gold medals were awarded to 49 students on their outstanding performance in their academic record while 13 bagged silver and 12 secured bronze in the convocation.

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