Action against corrupt PU employees | NCA exhibition
Stern action against corrupt PU employees
Lahore, Aug 08, 2008: The Punjab University administration has decided to taken stern
action against the corrupt university employees who are trying to blackmail the
administration to stop enquiries against them.
According to a press
statement, the PU administration strongly believed that the Jamiat students who
had been expelled from the university and their patron teachers were behind the
activities. It has been made clear in the press release that the professional
blackmailers and corrupt elements would face cases and university administration
would accept no pressure from the countable culprits.
added, "all members of late Muhammad Munir Chughtai deputy registrar
administration have issued a statement with their signatures and thumb
impressions saying that the sad demise of Munir Chughtai was natural and the
high ups of the varsity have nothing to do in this regard."
On the other
hand, the VC and all the other officers have been very kind to him and to his
family, they said, adding only those people were playing politics on the sad
demise who had tried their best to snatch the seat of deputy registrar from
Meanwhile, in a press statement, PU chapter Islami Jamiat
Talaba's nazim Zahid Naveed said that the death of Deputy Registrar Munir
Chughtai had created confusion about the university administration in the minds
of students and teachers.
He alleged that the administration was
continuously creating disturbance for the students and employees but no action
had been taken against it. He appealed to Governor/ Chancellor Salman Taseer and
Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif to hold an independent committee to investigate
the death of Munir Chughtai and take strict action against the
PU Registrar Prof Dr Muhammad Naeem Khan
said late Munir Chughtai had died a natural death but it was unfortunate that
some groups within the university were exploiting the situation for political
"He (late Chughtai) was one of our great colleagues but it is
unfortunate his death is being politicized", he added. The News
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Exhibition promoting peace begins at NCA
Lahore: An exhibition by National College of Arts (NCA) Fine Arts Department
Head Bashir Ahmad opened at NCA on Wednesday. The exhibition aims to promote the
peace process and opposes atomic war and terrorism.
The exhibition is
being held in memory of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki reduced to rubble
by atom bombs during World War 11. The exhibition includes sculptures and
paintings which negate war and violence. One sculpture depicts two female
figures that have melted with each other due to radiation from the atomic bomb.
The sculpture is built on a small pedestal carrying a statement condemning war.
In another sculpture a Sumo wrestler, a symbol of power in Japan, is portrayed
suffering, which shows how the atom bomb destroyed life in these cities, and how
people still suffer from the after-effects of the explosion.
painting 'Buddha Under the Mushroom of Atom', the history of human barbarianism
has been told. It shows that in the beginning, human beings used to use swords
and arrows to capture territories to increase their power and wealth, depicting
how man steadily developed weapons of mass destruction and destroyed humanity
for its greed. The Buddha is painted black, giving an impression that humans are
searching for peace within conflict.
Ahmed said that World War II had
affected the world. He said, "My message is for all human beings to live in
peace and work for the betterment of humanity. The west has adopted the
qualities of Muslims, and we have forgotten the message of peace. We should live
in peace so that the world can be made worth living in." The exhibition will
continue for a week. Daily Times
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PU Social Work students worry about result
Lahore: Students of Punjab University Social Work Department session 2005-2007
morning and evening are worried about their results that has been delayed for
almost one year. More than hundred students had taken admission in September
2005 in Social Work (semester system) but three years have passed yet they are
still awaiting their result. The students' viva and thesis have been conpleted
but the department administration is not taking serious notice about their
The Social Work students said that there was no reason to delay the result. They said the
according to varsity rules and regulation the session should end by September
2007, but due to negligence of the department authority concerned the students
were still waiting for their result. They said that the department was wasting
the students' time and without declaring result they could not apply for jobs.
They said that the department faculty was involved in politics by creating
groups among the students and they do not worried about the students' future.
They said that there were no proper arrangements in the computer lab to
facilitate the students. A Social Work Department student seeking anonymity said
that Social Work department faculty had been divided into two groups so the
administration do not behave properly with students and thus were playing with
the students' future. A female student said that it was difficult for female
students to the teachers' room again and again to iinquire about their result .
She said that due to teachers' politics students have become victims of the
faculty's politics. F.P Report
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PU awarded PhD degrees in Botany & Geology
Lahore: The Punjab University has awarded PhD degrees to two candidates in
the subjects of Botany and Geology.
Syed Anjum Tahira completed research
in the subject of Botany on the topic "Phytoremediation of Tannery Effluents and
Associated Contaminated Soil of Kasur District". Abid Ahmad completed research
in the subject of Geology on the topic "Geochemistry of Granitic Rocks,
Swat-Malakand Area, Pakistan".
Meanwhile, the Punjab University Doctor
of Pharmacy (Pharm D), Third Professional, 2nd Annual Examination 2007, will
commence from September 4, 2008.
VC plants sapling
University Vice Chancellor planted a tree in the University Botanical Garden in
connection with Monsoon Tree Plantation Campaign with a target of 5000 trees.
A number of officials, faculty members of Botany Department and staff
members of Botanical Garden were also present.
On this occasion,
Resident Officer-II Malik Zaheer said that until now around 3000 new trees had
been planted during the campaign and the target of 5000 trees would be achieved
by 10th of September. The News
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Beaconhouse School System to organise awards ceremony
Lahore: The Beaconhouse School System is organising a ceremony to
award teachers who were trained to use podcasting and computing by two trainers
from the Scottish Education Consultancy, according to a press release issued on
The school system introduced the Emerging Technologies Across
the Curriculum (ETAC) programme this year with the view of going beyond basic
information technology by incorporating exciting technologies into the
curriculum. In order to incorporate the change, teachers were selected as ETAC
ambassadors, to help other teachers understand use of technology in learning and
Extensive training has been provided as part of an ETAC Summer
School programme, which began on August 4. The teachers were trained by Richard
Piestrasik and Linda Christie. Daily Times
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