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Punjab University BEd result supplementary examination 2008

PU BEd result
Lahore: The Punjab University (PU) Examinations Department has announced the result of Bachelor of Education (BEd), Supplementary Examination 2008. Detailed result is available on university's website www.pu.edu.pk. The news

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PU striving to produce quality graduates: VC
Lahore: The Punjab University Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran has stated that the varsity is striving to increase the number of quality PhD faculty in order to ensure that only high quality graduates and researchers are produced at the campus.

He stated this while briefing the visiting 10-member media delegation from Bangladesh about the academic and research activities and overall contribution of the varsity at the provincial and national level in his office committee room here on Friday. Pro Vice-Chancellor Dr Jamil Anwar Ch, Registrar Dr Muhammad Naeem Khan and Director External Linkages Maria Maldonado were also present on the occasion.

The Vice-Chancellor said highly knowledgeable and expert faculty is considered to be the backbone in the promotion of higher education because their excellence and expertise drastically affects the quality of educated lot that they produce. He said Punjab University is the largest provider of high quality education and research with a student community of over 30,000 and has a teaching tradition that goes back more than 128 years. He said students belonging to middle and lower middle classes from length and breadth of the country mainly seek admission in this seat of higher learning.

He further said remarkable progress has been achieved under its ongoing PhD programme with the consequence that against the annual average of 41 PhDs during the last 18 years (1990-2007), an annual average of 116 PhDs has been achieved during the last two years.

Similarly, against the national average of 22 percent of PhDs to faculty members, the current average of PU PhDs to faculty has risen to 33 percent, he added. He said we are offering outstanding support to the students fraternity in all areas of university life in addition to extending them an enabling academic environment to achieve excellence in their educational and research pursuits.

He also expressed the hope that in view of our longstanding religious, spiritual and cultural bonds of brotherhood with the Bangladeshi brethren, exchange of delegations of faculty and students between the universities of both the countries can further strengthen the mutual relations of Pakistan and Bangladesh.

The Bangladeshi media delegation members included ABM Shamsud Doza, Shahnaz Parveen, Staff Reporter, Saifuddin Ahmed, Nurul Huda, City Editor, Nasreen Begum Geeti, Reporter/Newsroom Editor, Imran Alam, Senior Reporter, Shamsuddin Harun. Bureau Chief, Bakhtiar Rana, Assistant Editor, Sultanul Mohakkakin Babu, Special Correspondent and Jamiul Ahsan Sipu, Staff Reporter. The nation

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LUMS wins two positions
Lahore: The Lahore University of Management Sciences on Friday secured first two positions of the LCCI Business Plan Competition while the third position went to Kinnaird College. The Business Plan Competition was jointly chaired by Vice Chairman of Punjab Board of Investment & Trade Pir Saad Ahsanuddin, LCCI Senior Vice President Ejaz A. Mumtaz and Vice President Faisal Iqbal Sheikh while LCCI former President Mian Muzaffar Ali and former Vice President Sheikh Muhammad Arshad were also present. The competition was inaugurated by former LCCI President Shahid Hassan Sheikh. The idea behind the Business Plan Competition, which was initiated by LCCI Vice President Faisal Iqbal Sheikh in 2006, was to encourage the young graduates so that they could be able to start their own businesses in a new and innovative manner. The news

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GCU wins bilingual declamation contest
Lahore: The Government College University Debating Society has won the All Pakistan Bilingual Declamation 2010 at the University of Arid Agriculture, Rawalpindi. GCU student Saadul Hassan was declared the Best Urdu Speaker of the contest while Ali Zafar secured third position in humorous English debates.

Meanwhile at a co-curricular contest at the said university, GCU student Hafiz Obied Ullah stood second in Qirat while Saad Farooq declared third in a singing competition. GCU Vice-Chancellor Dr Khalid Aftab has congratulated the GCU orators on winning the All Pakistan Bilingual Declamation. The nation

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UHS employees strike goes on
Lahore: Contract employees of the University of Health Sciences (UHS) continued their protest against the varsity administration on 23rd consecutive day on Friday. Dozens of employees joined a hunger strike camp setup at Chairing Cross in front of the Punjab Assembly on the Mall Road. They criticizing the UHS Vice Chancellor for not regularizing services of contract employees expressed concerns over government's unresponsive attitude over the issue. The protestors said alleged contradictory statements by the UHS VC were disturbing.

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CPSP Workshop
Lahore: The concluding session of primary surgical skills and computer internet workshop was held on Friday. A press release said the moot was organised by College of Physicians & Surgeons Pakistan (CPSP). Speaking on the occasion, CPSP Regional Director Prof Khalid Masood Gondal said the expansion project of the College of Physicians & Surgeons Pakistan would be completed this month. He further said 6,000 under training doctors and 1,500 medical teachers had participated in different workshops last year. The news

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