LAHORE:November 05:A TEAM of Pakistani students has won India Today Cup, the 15th edition of the inter-school debate competition, recently held at Vasant Valley School, Vasant Kunj, India.
LAHORE:October 16:Regional Police Officer (RPO) Sheikhupurra Zilifqar Ahmed Cheema will deliver lectures to Pakistani students studying in Cambridge and Oxford Universities.
LAHORE:12 July: Renowned education consultant Syed Abidi has advised Pakistani students, looking for opportunities of study at small private colleges in the United Kingdom and other foreign countries,
LAHORE:July 08:Renowned education consultant Syed Abidi has advised Pakistani students, looking for opportunities of study at small private colleges in the United Kingdom and other foreign countries,
LAHORE:July 07:PUNJAB University Department of Islamic Studies organised the third annual two-day trainee workshop for Pakistani students studying in Saudi universities while a large number of PU stud
LAHORE:March 15:RENOWNED education consultant Syed Abidi has said that a shift in student priorities while choosing study destinations is being observed over the years, adding that Canada is emerging
Lahore:February 26:Most of Pakistani students going abroad for higher, or specialized, education every year, very often never return to their homeland.
LAHORE:06 November: US Consulate General Nina Maria Fite concluded the annual survey course on American history on Friday.
LAHORE: Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) grant of permission to foreign Pakistani students, studying in third year of MBBS, of transfer to public sector medical colleges of the country will
LAHORE, May 6: The Pakistan Medical and Dental Council has issued an NOC (no-objection certificate) for admission of five third-year Pakistani students, repatriated from Cuba and Kyrgyzstan, to the na
LAHORE:DELAY in issuance of UK visas is causing serious problems for Pakistani students planning to start studies in UK during October and the delay has also made it impossible for them to make altern
ISLAMABAD (APP): The student community in twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi are facing transport problem.
Islamabad: Pakistani students have showed again an excellent performance in the International Science Olympiads and won seven silver medals and two honourable mentions.
These annual competitions in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics provide pre-university students from around the world an opportunity to compete in solving challenging theoretical and experimental science problems.