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Students confused as govt fails to restore student unions
Lahore, Jan 31: Students of private universities and educational institutions are confused about the activation of student unions and their due role, as the government, despite its claims of restoring student unions, has failed to announce a code of conduct for these unions.

Students from Beaconhouse National University (BNU), Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS), Lahore School of Economics (LSE), University College Lahore (UCL), and various other private institutions claim to have played a significant role in showing public support for a democratic government and an independent judiciary.

SAC members: Sundus Hurain, an active member of the Student Action Committee (SAC), said the ban imposed on student bodies in educational institutions by former president General (r) Ziaul Haq was completely unjust, and was an infringement on the rights of youth, who could become leaders of the country in the future.

She said the students were still waiting for practical implementation of the government's announcements. Haleema Mansoor, another leading member of the SAC, said the committee was a consortium of students from 21 private and public sector institutions. She said student unions played a major role in nurturing future leadership. Duties of students in student unions include organising extra-curricular activities, she said. South Asia Partnership Executive Director Muhammad Tahseen said he, along with other civil society organisations, urged the government to develop a code of conduct for the restoration of student unions.

"I think the current government has decided to delay all the positive changes that they promised to bring about before coming into power. They do not realise that they would be considered worse than past dictators if they continue this policy. The historians would remember them as those who led the country to crisis despite having a golden opportunity to correct things," he stated. The government was supposed to take the code of conduct to parliament to seek its approval, and it was then supposed to implement it, but nothing had been done so far, he said.


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LHC directs PU to give fourth chance to MBBS students
Lahore: Justice Umar Atta Bandial of the Lahore High Court on Friday directed the Punjab University (PU) to provide a fourth opportunity to five students wishing to appear in the MBBS (part I) examination.

The students, including Mahforoogh Dehghani, an Iranian, Noor Akhirah, a Malaysian, and Lubna Khan, Madiha Hanif and Faiza Liaqat, Pakistanis, are all students at Fatima Jinnah Medical College. In her petition, Dehghani submitted that after failure in anatomy and biochemistry, the college authorities had struck her name from the rolls on January 10, 2009. She said the Punjab governor issued a notification on November 23, 2007, deciding that four chances would be given to the students. Daily Times

Punjab University awarded PhD in Chemistry
Lahore: The Punjab University on Friday awarded a PhD to a student in the subject of Chemistry after completion of his thesis "Effect of Different Additives on Polyolefins and Properties of Polyolefins." According to a press release, Muhammad Fuzail completed his thesis under the supervision of PU Institute of Chemistry Prof Dr Chaudhry Jamil Anwar.

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Punjab public schools to offer vocational training
Lahore: The Punjab government has decided to introduce vocational training courses in selected schools of the province in a bid to train schoolchildren in employable skills.

The plan envisages imparting vocational training to students of Class 6 and above by providing them with hands-on experience in electronics, woodwork and plumbing etc. In institutions for girls, courses in stitching and dress designing would be offered.

At present, technical education and vocational training courses are being offered only at institutions running under the administrative control of the Technical Education & Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) and the Punjab Vocational Training Council (PVTC).

Senior officials of the Punjab Schools Education Department said that representatives of the department and the TEVTA were meeting to discuss the launch of vocational training in public sector schools.

They said in the first phase, the programme would be launched in 100 schools in each district of the province and this programme would be extended with the passage of time.

They said the TEVTA had agreed in principle that it would train schoolteachers.

They said the initiative was being taken on special directions of Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif.

They said funding issues were being discussed these days and according to estimates, Rs 100,000 would be allocated for each school to ensure availability of necessary equipment needed to launch the programme.

A senior official of the department requesting anonymity said the basic idea behind the initiative was to impart vocational training to students in addition to general education so that in case if a student fails to continue general education, he/she might be able to have employable skills needed for technical jobs.

Schools Education Department Secretary Nadeem Ashraf said efforts would be made to introduce vocational training courses in maximum schools from new academic session starting from March 2009.

He said special classes of vocational training would be organised in schools and students of Class 6 and above would be offered these courses. He said the department had set a target to introduce vocational courses in 3,500 schools across the province by 2010 academic session.

Environmental clubs in 108 schools
Lahore: The Environment Protection Department (EPD) Punjab has registered 108 schools in seven districts of the province for establishment of Environmental Clubs there. According to a press statement issued on Friday, the selected districts include Lahore, Gujranwala, Gujrat, Rawalpindi, Faisalabad, Multan and Bahawalpur. The major objectives of the project include provision of environmental education and awareness at school level, to bring forward an environmentally conscious future generation and to guide students to undertake small environmental projects/activities, etc.

22 research papers in GCU moot
Lahore: A total of 22 papers were presented in two parallel sessions by the speakers from different universities and organizations during second day proceedings of 11th national symposium on "Frontiers of Physics" at Government College University (GCU) on Friday. According to a press statement, foreign faculty Prof Dr Saleem Ullah spoke on his research on quantum plasmas and Dr Riaz Khan presented his research on Tokamak simulations. Dr Sabieh Anwar from LUMS gave an interesting presentation on seeing chemicals and physical reactions through nuclear spins. Dr A S Bhatti spoke on biosensors in the emerging field of nano technology. The day concluded with a general body meeting of the Pakistan Physical Society. The News


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FJWU flaunts talents of art students
Rawalpindi: The Fatima Jinnah Women University (FJWU) students of bachelors and masters level on Friday exhibited creative and innovative artwork in the 'Semester End Show 2009'.

The show is the university's biannual activity organised at the end of every semester.

Works of 207 students done as class projects and activities throughout the semester were put on display. Fine Arts Department's Dean Dr Samina Amin Qadir, who inaugurated the event, praised students for quality artwork and its good presentation.

"We're proud of our talented students for their creativity, innovation and professional approach," she said. The exhibition featured over 250 art objects in the field of photography, ceramics, miniature paintings, calligraphy, sculpture, textile, graphic designing, printmaking, conceptual art, weaving and history of art and civilisation.

Gujrat college land's illegal occupation condemned
Sahiwal: The Punjab Professors and Lecturers Association's Sahiwal chapter on Friday condemned through a resolution illegal occupation of the Zimindara College, Gujrat's land.

The participants pledged support to their colleagues and students who have been struggling to save the college land. They criticised the government for "neglecting the college teachers".

The PPLA members also discussed various other issues and demanded better service structure, implementation of time-scale formula, regularisation of contract teachers, and increase in allowances.

The PPLA is a registered (elected) body working for the collective rights of college teachers in Punjab. Around 17,000 male/female teachers are its members working in 400 colleges all over the province. Daily Times


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