Colleges in Lahore

Police officers put on notice over burial on Islamia College premises

Karachi:August 1:The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Wednesday issued notices to the East SSP, the Jamshed Quarters SHO and others on a contempt-of-court application seeking action against the chief secretary, the SSP, the Jamshed Quarters police and others for violating court orders in the Islamic Education Trust (IET) case. The applicant, Syed Mureed Ali Shah, submitted in the application that the SHC had cancelled the trust deed with regard to the appointment of new trustees and restrained a man, Mohammad Hussain, and other illegal trustees of the IET from interfering in the trust’s affairs.

Dr Saeed Shafqat a Chartered University Honoured

LAHORE:May 30: Dr Saeed Shafqat, professor and founding director of Centre for Public Policy and Governance at Forman Christian College (FCC), a Chartered University, was honoured with the Chevalier des Palmed Académiques by the French Embassy in Pakistan. Ambassador of France to Pakistan Mr Marc Barety conferred the award on Dr Saeed Shafqat during a ceremony held at FCC.The news. .

orientation ceremony of BS Part-I held in Govt College of Home Economics

LAHORE:14 september: The orientation ceremony of BS Part-I (1st Year) 2018 was held in the college auditorium of Govt College of Home Economics, Gulberg, Lahore. Newly admitted students and their parents attended the ceremony. Principal Prof Dr Ambreen Sagheer addressed the students and told them about the history of the college. She also introduced the faculty members and told the freshers and their parents about admission policy rules and regulations the college. Vice-Principal Seema Shurjeel and Incharge Advisory Council Zill-e-Huma Khan were also present.The news.

Information Technology University Tech lab, research unit established

LAHORE:14 June: A tech lab and a research unit will be jointly established by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Information Technology University (ITU) under a memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed on Wednesday. Aimed at gauging Pakistan’s progress in attaining the sustainable development goals (SDGs), the MoU was signed by UNDP Country Director Ignacio Artaza and ITU acting vice chancellor Dr Umar Saif.

A private school expelled students Due parents failed to pay fee

LAHORE:June 9: A private school has expelled a large number of students from its different campuses as their parents failed to pay the fee. “Your child……..student of Class 1 at the school's Ravi Campus Lahore, is hereby withdrawn from the school, after having completed the current school year i.e., academic year 2017-2018. Please note that as result of the withdrawal, your child will not be re-enrolled at the school, for the coming school year i.e., academic year 2018-2019,” reads on such notice issued to parents.

Navy Engineering College, Karachi team visits PSCA

Lahore:06 June: A 15-member delegation of students and faculties of Pakistan Navy Engineering College, Karachi, visited the Punjab Police Integrated Command Control and Communication Center (PPIC3) – the premier security project of Punjab Safe Cities Authority. The delegates were shown round various arms and functions of the project dealing helpline 15 operations, Police Dispatch Unit, Video Control Unit, Media Monitoring Unit and the PSCA insignia Cam-surveillance Operations Management Centre.

Punjab Professors Association marched from MAO College

LAHORE:19 April: College professors vowed to continue their protest, saying that they will not budge an inch from their camps set up outside Punjab Civil Secretariat until negotiations with the Punjab Higher Education Department (PHED) bear fruit, on Wednesday. The teachers, under the umbrella of the Punjab Professors and Lecturers Association (PPLA), marched from MAO College to the civil secretariat. The protesters raised slogans against the policies of PHED and demanded that that recent legislation adopted by the department be reversed.

Good riddance?: Mobile phone use banned at college

Lahore:February 6:“It is true that the college has its own code of conduct, but it is incomprehensible to create panic and then bash the phones for all to see,” she said. “I think they want to act like some kind of moral police,” the student claimed. “It is strange that Avicenna has such rules when government or private universities allow cellphones,” she said, adding, “Instead of imposing a draconian code of conduct, they should try to convince students by giving them logical arguments.” Varsity staff’s lense

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