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PU BCom private students registration

PU announced registration of BCom private candidates
Lahore, Dec 09: The Punjab University has announced registration of private candidates for the BCom annual examination 2010 and registration will start from December 10 till January 9, at a fee of Rs 1,600.

The PU Exam Department announced on Tuesday that the candidates, who had passed intermediate (FA/FSc) annual examination in 2009 or before are eligible for registration while the candidates passing the supplementary examination, 2009, are not eligible for registration.

The candidates should write down their own addresses on the forms as forms with the addresses of private colleges, academies, their agents and care of (C/o) would not be accepted.

The registration forms can be obtained from the nominated branches of Habib Bank and from Reception Centre of PU, New Campus. The registration forms can also be downloaded from the university website

Complete forms can be submitted during office time (8:00 am to 4:00 pm) in Registration Branch, Room No 25, Administration Block, Punjab University, New Campus, Lahore, or sent through registered mail on the above-said address.

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"after registration private plz muje bata dain k k papers kab hongay part 1 plz muje date send ker dain."
Name: sadaf hameed
City, Country: lahore, pakistan

"it is very good program which is introduce first time in pakistan because it is helpful for poor people due to this they get get education with low fee. In our country private college take more fees from students. I am heartly apprecate this programm.thanks"
Name: muhammad shahzad
City, Country: lahore

"plz mujay part 1 ke papers kab ho rahe hain bta de "
Name: hamid
Email: awan2in1@GMAIL.COM
City, Country: lahore, pakistan

"i want to private registration in"
Name: sued umair
City, Country: Rawalpindi ,Pakistan

"may i do registration for as a private candidate in now a days please guide me as soon as posible"
Name: emee
City, Country:islamabad, pakistan

Name: shahid

"Koi bta skta hai k registration ki last date kia hai or admission form submit krwanay ki last date kia hai. Mainay suplementary sy inter kia hai kia admision ho skta hai abi. Plzz Help me."
Name: Umer Aftab
City, Country: Lahore

"when u wil issue us our part first registration cards please inform us as soon as possible thanx"
City, Country: lahore pakistan

"i have done bcom part 1 in 2007 and i never appeared in bcom part 2 till now. my question is that k can i appeared in bcom part 2 in supplementry 2010 or 2011 annual. i send most of mail to pu member so thats why plz send me detail of my question"
Name: zohaib tanveer
City, Country: lahore ,pakistan


"plz mujh ko bat dain k admissions kab khulain ga aur last date kia ha registration form submit karwanay ki. plz mujh ko e-mail send kar dain.thanx.ALLAH HAFIZ"
Name: zubair majeed
City, Country:lahore

"dear, hope you will fine. mera name kashif hussain hai or man ne 2007 main b com main admission liya tha or meri supply a gai thi to kia ab main dobar b com kar sakta ho purani registrarion par q k main ne parhna chor dia tha plz bta dain with best regards kashif hussain"
Name: kashif hussain
City, Country:faisalabad pakistan

"late fees kya ha or kab tak ki tarik ha bcom admission ki"
City, Country:LAHORE

"I want to appear in the B.Com examination, 2011 of Part-I & Part-II both as private candidate. Can I appear in part-I & Part-II both in one year? Also I have not registered yet. Can I have my registration along with Admission form fee?"
Name: Mohammad Tayab
City, Country:Faisalabad, Pakistan

"plz muje bata den k registerstion fees kitni hay aur aur last date kya hay"
Name: mahwish
City, Country:lahore

"plz tell me anyone registration 2014 kb ho gai"
Name: waqar AbbA
City, Country:kasur Pakistan

"My ny 1 reguler kya hy kya my part 2 private kar sakta ho."
City, Country: Faisalabad, Pakistan

"I want to appear in the B.Com examination, 2015 of Part-I & Part-II both as private candidate. Can I appear in part-I & Part-II both in one year? Also I have not registered yet. Can I have my registration along with Admission form fee?"
Name: Adil
City, Country: Lahore, Pakistan

"I have not my registration card yet. And what is the last date of admission with single fee? kindly tell me?"
Name: Sibgha
City, Country: Kasur

"HI jis student ko karachi univercity se B.COM karna hai esyle mujhe se contact kar lee. Email-"
Name: Jimy
City, Country: Sindh

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PU teachers stage demo against IJT
Lahore: The Punjab University Academic Staff Association (PUASA) staged a protest on Tuesday and criticised the Islami Jamiat Talaba (IJT) for damaging the university property and using derogatory language against teachers.

The demo was staged on the PU Old Campus on The Mall in which hundreds of teachers, wearing gowns carrying placards and banners, chanted slogans against the Jamiat, the student wing of Jamat-e-Islami (JI). The demonstration, led by PUASA president Prof Dr Saeed Ahmed Nagra, also condemned the recent incidents of terrorism and demanded the government stop foreign interference in the country.

They demanded the chief minister and governor Punjab take notice of the lawlessness being created by the student organisation at the Punjab University. They said a number of IJT expelled activists were boarding in the university hostels and the university administration was unable to 'flush out' them in absence of the police cooperation.

Meanwhile, Islami Jamiat Talaba termed the teachers' demo an effort to conceal alleged unsatisfactory performance of the ASA during the whole year.

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Punjab university condolence
Lahore: Punjab University acting Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Jamil Anwar along with a delegation of teachers visited the residence of the university employee whose eight-year-old daughter had been murdered by some unidentified persons.

The delegation included Controller Examination Dr Zahid Karim Khan, Member Syndicate Prof Haris Rasheed, Advisor Students Iftikhar Ahmad and Resident Officer Shahid Gul.

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Body for uniformity in public universities on the cards
Lahore: The provincial government is establishing the Punjab Higher Education Council with the aim of bringing about uniformity in legislation, statutes, rules and regulations pertaining to administrative, financial and academic affairs of the public sector universities of the province.

It is learnt that the Punjab Higher Education Department recently conducted an exercise and noticed that the universities, despite having identical legislations, had different policies of fee structure, student intake, examinations and internal quality control mechanism.

The exercise highlighted the need of a body to deal with all such issues. According to sources in the department, concerns of the Punjab Assembly's Public Accounts Committee (PAC) regarding settlement of audit paras by syndicates of the universities prompted the Higher Education Department secretary to go for a comprehensive review of the whole situation and suggest a body having representations from all the universities of the province.

The sources said the PAC had observed that there should be some kind of standard operational procedures (SoPs) and not that all the audit objections were settled through the syndicates. They said the department had recently moved a summary to the chief minister, asking him to create the Punjab Higher Education Council through an executive order. Talking about the complexity of the situation, a senior official, asking not to be named, said a degree of dual command existed in case of the universities which was a matter of serious concern.

"The governor, being a representative of the federal government, is the chancellor of public sector universities and at the same time he is supposed to be bound by the advice of the chief minister who is a public representative and chief executive of the province," he said and added: "There had been instances where the advice of the CM was not sought or acted upon in important matters. Therefore, it has also been observed that the university authorities sometimes try to take advantage of this situation where it suits them."

The official said there were two options to correct the situation, first to bring about some changes in legislation which could enhance the role of the department and control of the chief executive while the second to create a platform in the department through an executive order whereby the universities and other related bodies could interact regularly and understand each others point of view.

He said the first option might lead to unnecessary criticism owing to prevailing political differences between the CM's Secretariat and the Governor's House, therefore, it was likely that the change might not be embraced in true spirit. The official further said that on the one hand the division of education department into different departments helped address problems of neglected areas in education such as literacy and special education, etc while on the other hand it had led to limited coordination among the actors of the same sector which resulted in duplication or neglect of functions.

Giving an example, he said the Higher Education Commission (HEC) had issued instructions to start four-year graduation programmes in 2005, however, except most of the universities the public sector colleges had not been able to start the programme. He said the new body would help address the major issues related to higher education in the province.

He said it was a common practice in universities that every audit objection was placed before the syndicate and removed. "This is something very serious," he said, adding: "The practice has been going on unnoticed over the years and needs to be addressed."

The proposed terms of references (TORs) of the council include formation of policies, guidelines and priorities of institutes of higher learning for promotion of access, quality and governance of the sector. To bring uniformity in statutes, rules and regulations of universities to streamline administrative, financial and administrative affairs of the universities and to ensure uniform policies of student intake, fee structures and examination system, etc.

According to the sources, another important job of the proposed council will be evaluation of the performance of government colleges, consideration of the cases for their upgrade and placement under the Board of Governors. They said this particular clause was likely to spark a controversy as college teachers and students had been opposing autonomy of colleges, owing to enhanced fee structure and insecure job structure.

When contacted, Punjab Higher Education Department Secretary Ahad Khan Cheema confirmed that a summary had been moved regarding establishment of proposed Punjab Higher Education Council. He said certain issues related to universities needed coordinated efforts, adding the council would play an important role in this regard.

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BISE Employees Welfare Association ended its strike
Lahore: The Employees Welfare Association of the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Lahore, has ended its strike following the government's assurance regarding the release of grants to the education boards.

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AIMC prize distribution
Lahore: The Allama Iqbal College of Physiotherapy on Tuesday held its annual prize distribution ceremony at the conference room of Allama Iqbal Medical College (AIMC), Lahore.

Punjab Prisons Minister Ch Abdul Ghafoor and AIMC Principal Prof Javed Akram gave away the prizes to the students for academic excellence and extracurricular activities. The ceremony was attended by members of the faculty, healthcare professionals, members of print and electronic media and students of the College of Physiotherapy which had been established under the auspices of the AIMC, Lahore.

Ch Abdul Ghafoor lauded the administration. Congratulating the distinguished students, he hoped that they would continue to strive for higher goals of excellence. While mentioning the Moon Market tragedy, he said the nation would not submit to terrorism. Speaking earlier, Prof Javed Akram congratulated the students of the College of Physiotherapy on their excellent performance.

He too expressed the resolve that the staff and students of the institution would never bow to the whims of terrorists.

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MoU to fund deserving students
Lahore: An MoU has been signed between the Punjab Educational Endowment Fund (PEEF) and the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) to fund deserving students at the university. Under this collaboration, the PEEF will provide financial support amounting to Rs five million per year to 20 National Outreach Programme (NOP) scholars at LUMS by sponsoring 50% of their fees.

Managing Director PEEF Dr Kamran Shams and Vice Chancellor LUMS Dr Ahmed Jan Durrani signed the MoU on behalf of their respective institutions. The ceremony was attended by Vice Chairman PEEF Dr Amjad Saqib, Director Resource Development LUMS Shaikh Ali Hussain and Additional Secretary Higher Education Maqsood Mumtaz. The news

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KC conduct 4th mock trial on freedom of expression
Lahore: Kinnaird College for Women's Department of Media Studies on Tuesday organised its 4th Mock Court Trial on Freedom of Expression. Supreme Court senior advocate Aitzaz Ahsan, senior journalist Arif Nizami, LUMS Law Department Dean Dr Ali Qazalbash, Mamoona Bhatti and Jawad Hassan were the judges.

The chief guest at the occasion was Professor Dr Mugheesuddin Sheikh, dean of faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences at the University of the Punjab. During the proceedings students acted as counsel for claimants, respondents and witnesses in the eight-session trial on freedom of expression.

After hearing the arguments of the counsels, the judges announced their verdict. Arif Nizami said the there was a need for establishing a press council in Pakistan. The judges, the chief guest, Kinnaird College for Women Principal Dr Bernadette Louise Dean praised the university's Media Studies department and its dean Shazia Saeed for conducting a successful event.

This mock trial was held in to understand the applications of the provisions of the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority, 2002 (PEMRA) and other acts that form a major part of media law course being taught at the university by Jawad Hassan. Daily times

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Low attendance witnessed after blast
Lahore: Low attendance was witnessed in adjoining government and private schools and offices following the blast in the Moon Market of the provincial capital.

According to details the terror of the Moon Market blast remained intact yesterday as a result the attendance in public and private schools as well as offices remained low in the adjoining areas of Moon Market while markets of the adjoining areas remained close mourning the casualties of the blast. F.P Report

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National Special Award
Lahore: Aamna Taseer, wife of Punjab Governor Salmaan Taseer, distributed shields and prizes among special students at a ceremony held on Tuesday at the Childrens Library Complex.

The Bright Future Society organised the ceremony titled "National Special Award" where Aamna Taseer was the chief guest. She appreciated the brilliant performances of special children in education and extra-curricular activities.

The ceremony was attended by a number of special children and their instructors. The children gave different performances on the occasion. The members of the society expressed their gratitude to Aamna Taseer for her participation in the ceremony. Daily times

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