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320 Jinnah College graduates get degrees
Peshawar, April 18, 2008: A group of 320 graduates of the Jinnah College for Women were awarded BA and BSc degrees while 18 received medals for their distinctive performance at the 18th convocation of the institution on Thursday.

Those received gold, silver and bronze medals on the occasion included: Noshen, Saima Wasim, Saira Saleem, Saima Ameen, Mariam Hidayat, Sadia Khattak, Ayesha Aimel, Momina Rahat, Noorul Ain, Saeeda Marwat, Hina Khaliq and Sumaira Khan.

Dr Farida Bilal was given the lifetime achievement award, while Ruqqaya Sayyed, chief proctor of the college got best performance award. Mehwish Mushtaq was also given award of the best Qaria.

Acting vice-chancellor of the University of Peshawar Professor Dr Javed Khan was the chief guest on the occasion, while principal of the college Dr Rooh Taj Ameen and registrar, University of Peshawar Shireen Zada Khattak were also present on the occasion. Prof Dr Javed Khan said that one woman could educate her entire family. The education of women in Pakistan is of grate importance, he added.

Teachers threaten to close universities
Peshawar: The Federation of All Pakistan University Academic Staff Association (FAPUASA) has threatened to close down all public sector universities across the country if its demands were not met soon.

Addressing a news conference here on Thursday, central president of FAPUASA, Dr Arbab Khan Afridi demanded of the government to immediately reinstate the teachers of Balochistan University.

"The terminated teachers have been on a hunger strike for the past 48 hours. If anything happens to them, we will not only close down the universities but also take to the streets. Peshawar University will be the first to be shut," Arbab, who is also president of Peshawar University Teachers Association (PUTA), threatened.

He said they would also stage protest demonstration in Islamabad if the demands were not met. Flanked by Prof Dr Zahir Shah of Islamia College University, Mohtarma Taskeen of Jinnah College for Women, Dr Zubair, PUTA General Secretary, Dr Mustafa of Khyber Medical College and others, he rejected the Model University Ordinance saying that it was detrimental to the interests of the students and staff of the universities. He said the ordinance gave unlimited powers to one person, the vice chancellor making him a dictator to play with the lives of teachers and other employees of the university. The News UET Abbottabad Campus to celebrate World Heritage Day
Peshawar: The University of Engineering and Technology (UET) Abbottabad's Department of Architecture will celebrate World Heritage Day on Friday (today) by arranging a national seminar on 'Religious Heritage and Sacred Places', which has been declared as the theme of the 2008 worldwide celebration by the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS).

World Heritage Day, also known as the 'International Day for Monuments and Sites', is celebrated to raise public awareness about the richness and diversity of the world's cultural heritage, and the efforts required to protect and conserve it. The ICOMOS has been celebrating the day since April 18, 1982. The seminar will start at 10am with key presentation on 'Heritage and the Work of Architects Today' by Abdul Qayyum Khan, the professor at the UET Abbottabad Department of Architecture and 'The Heritage of Earthen Architecture and its Environmental Relevance' by Dr Shakeel Qureshi, the director of the Conservation Programme at the National College of Arts (NCA), Lahore.

A panel discussion will also be held with representatives from the Sarhad Tourism Corporation; the Sarhad Conservation Network; and faculty members of the UET, Abbottabad Campus. Students of the Architecture Department will present visual displays related to Pakistan's place in global cultural heritage. Daily Times
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