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Punjab university MSc (Home Economics) Examination datesheet

PU issued MSc Home Economics Annual Exam date-sheet
Lahore, Dec 08: The Punjab University (PU) Examination Department has issued the date-sheet of MSc Home Economics, Annual Examination 2009. MSc Home Economics Part-I Annual Examination 2009 will commence from December 22, 2009 and will conclude on January 4, 2010 while MSc, Home Economics Part-II Annual Examination 2009 will commence from December 23, 2009 and will conclude on January 5, 2010. Detailed date-sheet is also available on PU website

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PU syndicate meeting
Lahore: The 1681st meeting of the PU syndicate will be held on Wednesday at 11:00am in the Committee Room of Vice-Chancellor's Office on New Campus. The news

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Govt plans to establish university town
Lahore: Government of Punjab and a leading European consortium led by a Dutch Company, ABS Nederland Bv signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to establish a state of the art university town in the province.

On behalf of the Punjab Government, consultant to Chief Minister on Economic Affairs and Vice Chairman Punjab Board of Investment and Trade (PBIT), Pir Saad Ahsanuddin signed the MOU while Executive Director Finance Bauck Boersma represented the ABS Nederland Bv, The MOU was signed at the PBIT office.

The mega project is the first of its kind in Punjab stretching to 7,500 acres with health and engineering universities affiliated with European institutions and over 30,000 housing units. Pir Saad while giving details in this regard said that this 310 million US $ project will have a tremendous impact of social uplift on thousands of people in Punjab as it will not only offer subsidized access to world-class health and engineering education but also establish sustainable agricultural practices through modern farming techniques and an economic opportunity zone.

He further told that this mega project would be built on a futurist energy self-generation component and includes a detailed phase 2 plan of a sophisticated windmill turbine farm.

Pir Saad informed that this project is a significant milestone in Punjab's Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) targets after new trade liberalization policies by the Chief Minister Punjab, Mian Mohmmad Shahbaz Sharif and Priority projects such as the University Town will provide employment to thousands and uplift auxiliary industry around the city in the coming years.

Speaking on this occasion Bauck Boersma from ABS Nederland Bv, said that their company has come to Pakistan to work together for socio-economic development projects. F.P Report

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Students to benefit from NCUK, study for best UK degrees
Lahore: Pakistani students will be able to study for some of the best UK degrees without travelling abroad and could undertake one, two or three years of undergraduate studies in their country and then transfer to the UK at whatever point they felt comfortable, Geoff Evans, project director for Pakistan Operations of the Northern Consortium of the United Kingdom (NCUK), said on Monday.

NCUK, a consortium of 11 government universities operating in 10 countries, will start its services for students in the country from September 2010. Spread across the North of the UK, NCUK universities include the prestigious universities of Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester and Sheffield.

It also includes those that specialise in providing employment ready graduates like the Manchester Metropolitan University and the University of Huddersfield. Geoff said the model for NCUK had until recently been a simple one in which international education institutions were licensed to deliver partial degree programmes from which students were guaranteed access to one of the 11 owner universities in the UK. Daily times

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Australian agriculture-related scholarships
Multan: Australian High Commissioner Tim George has said that 100 agriculture-related scholarships will be given to Pakistani students for higher education.

Speaking to participants at a lunch hosted by City District Nazim Mian Faisal Mukhtar here on Monday, Mr George said that Australia would also provide technical assistance to Pakistan in the field of agriculture.

He said various agriculture-related programmes would be started with the collaboration of Bahauddin Zakariya University to make students aware of the techniques of modern farming and increase in the production standard.

The High Commissioner said his country would also provide assistance in cattle farming and dairy related projects.

He said that Multan was producing the best quality mangoes in the world but the production and size of mango orchards were less than their area. Dawn

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UHS Pharm-D programme
Lahore: University of Health Sciences (UHS) has approved Pharm-D programme to be started in its affiliated institutes and colleges from the next year.

According to a press release here on Monday, the programme will be of five years duration and the UHS has adopted the HEC approved curriculum for this course. This new programme will help the UHS to collaborate with pharmaceutical industry, resulting in advancement of research in health sciences.

The subjects to be taught in Pharm-D programme include pharmaceutical chemistry, biochemistry, physical pharmacy, physiology, anatomy, pharmaceutical mathematics and biostatistics, microbiology, pathology, dispensing and community pharmacy, hospital pharmacy, industrial pharmacy, quality management and pharmaceutical management and marketing. The news

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Gold medal awarded to BNU student
Lahore: A visually impaired student enrolled in the Beaconhouse National University (BNU) was awarded a gold medal on Monday for outstanding performance in MA in Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL).

Punjab Governor Salmaan Taseer, present on the occasion to distribute gold medals to the 21 BNU students who had secured highest positions in their relevant subjects, paid respect to the blind student, Rauf Tahir Haidri.

Among the group of 21 gold medallists, Rauf stood proud after scoring a CGPA of 3.95 in TESL. Rauf said that he was a resident of Lahore, adding that he had earlier completed his Masters in English Literature from the Government College University (GCU), Lahore. He said he now wished to study abroad for a PhD.

Talking about his accomplishment, Rauf said he had proved that "with determination and hard work, one could face any challenge and could achieve success". He credited his parents' prayers and friends' cooperation with having played a "major role in his success".

He said BNU faculty members had encouraged and supported him during his time at the university, adding that literature was his favorite subject. The fourth BNU convocation featured a total of 245 students who were awarded degrees, including 17 from the School of Visual Art, 35 from the School of Architecture and Design, 29 from the School of Liberal Arts, 42 from the School of Mass Communication, 12 from the School of Computer and Information Technology, 16 from the School of Social Sciences, 71 from the School of Education, 14 from the school of Psychology and nine Post Graduates Diplomas students. Daily times

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Medical teachers polls held
Lahore: The elections for Medical Teachers Association of Allama Iqbal Medical College/Jinnah Hospital, Lahore, were held at AIMC on Monday. Medical teachers of the institution elected office-bearers including Prof Nadeem Hafeez Butt as President, Dr Tajjamal Chaudhry as Vice President, Dr Tehseen Riaz as General Secretary, Prof Nausheen Umar as Finance Secretary and Dr Ehsan-ul-Haq as Joint Secretary. The oath-taking of the newly elected office-bearers will be held on Tuesday (today) at 11 am. The news

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