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Punjab University Law College semester system

PU students demanded implementation of semester system
Lahore, Jan 15: A large number of students from the Punjab University Law College on Thursday, staging a demonstration, demanded implementation of semester system and 40 percent aggregate system for examinations in the college.

The demo was staged outside the PU New Campus on Canal Road which created great traffic mess on different adjoining roads. The protesting students said unlike other departments of the university the Law College students were required to get 45 percent aggregate to pass the exam instead of 40 percent aggregate. They also protested the mode of exam, saying unlike many other departments the PU Law College students had to sit in the annual exams.

They demanded the PU authorities bring the aggregate requirement down to 40 percent besides introduction of semester based examinations in the college.

Meanwhile, Punjab University Law College In-charge Principal Shahzia Naureen Qureshi and some faculty members held a press conference at PU executive club over the issue and termed the students' demands unjustified.

The in-charge principal told the media that both the demands were against the interest of the students' community, adding LLB was a professional degree which was followed by Pakistan Bar Council rules and regulations.

She added on demand of the bar council and teachers, the semester system was eliminated from the Law College and according to bar council rules, 45 percent aggregate was a must to issue licence to a law graduate for practice.

She said the Bar Council was a licensing authority of the lawyers and the syllabus and rules were set in after the consultation with the bar council. She said if the bar council approves 40 percent aggregate to pass LLB then PU would also approve it.

Ms Qureshi further said in the light of decisions taken by the PU Academic Council and Syndicate, the annual system was implemented in the Law College in the best interest of the students.

She said that another reason for implementing annual system was that in all affiliated colleges the annual system was in practice therefore the PU was establishing uniform education system in the discipline of law.

"Pakistan and India both follow British system in teaching law education and there is annual system of teaching law in Britain", she claimed.

Replying to a question, Prof Samee Ozair said students had blocked the road for traffic but after successful negotiations the road was opened for the traffic. He said the students were like their own children and administration was taking all decisions in the best interest of the students.

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PU announced various results
Lahore: The Punjab University (PU) Examinations Department on Thursday announced the results of different examinations.

The exams included Diploma in Anesthesia, Supplementary Exam 2007 and Annual Exam 2008, and LLM, Final, Annual Exam 2008. Detailed result is available on PU website

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PU registration date extended
Lahore: The Punjab University (PU) has extended the last date for submission of registration of private candidates for B.Com Annual Examination 2010 up to January 25, 2010 with a fee of Rs 1600.

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PU students honoured
Lahore: Four students of the Punjab University have been selected as judges by the Munster University Germany to participate in the annual Model United Nations Conference of the Munster University, which is scheduled to be held in April 2010.

The students will not only serve as members of the Secretariat in Munster University Model United Nations Conference 2010 but will also adjudicate sessions in various committees in the Model UN simulation. The students include Syed Nishat Kazmi, Muhammad Bilal Ramzan and Ameer Hamza Dogar of the Law College while Sher Afghan of the Institute of Administrative Sciences (IAS).

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PBTE issued Diploma exams schedule
Lahore: The Punjab Board of Technical Education (PBTE) has issued the schedule of Diploma in Commerce and Diploma in Business Administration, 1st Annual Examination 2010.

The last date for receipt of admission form without late fees has been fixed as March 6 2010. Admission form can be sent till March 13 with double fee while with triple fees till March 20, 2010. The exams will commence from May 4, 2010.

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Refreshments banned
Lahore: The School Education Department secretary has imposed a ban on serving eatables like tea/cold drinks to government officials during the inspection of schools.

According to a DGPR handout issued here Thursday, the secretary also directed all the EDOs (Education) to ensure that inspecting officials were not served by any of the schools during their official visits. He issued these instructions while addressing a meeting of EDOs (Education) and district monitoring officers of the province. The meeting was attended by DPI (EE) Ch Rashid, DPI (SE) Mian Abdul Haq, Additional Director DSD, Nasar Ullah Virk and Additional Secretary (Schools) Farha Masood.

The Schools secretary said several complaints had been received from educators and other staff that their salaries were not being paid, and they were being held for one reason or the other.

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Innovative teaching lauded
Lahore: Chairman Punjab Information Technology Board, Dr Javed Iqbal Ghauri, said that schools and teachers, who adopt an innovative approach by using technology, were equipping their students with skills of the modern world that would help them compete in these times.

Speaking at the Intel Education Awards 2008-2009, he said that the induction of modern means was the key to the development of practical human resource in current times and no matter how diligently someone works if he was not on par with the technological developments and means, he cannot excel in his career no matter what.

The Award ceremony was held jointly by the Intel Education Initiative and Federal Ministry of Education. Secretary Education Aslam Kamboh said that we were living in the IT age and if we don't catch up with the growing use of technology in the world, we would lag in every department.

He appreciated the encouraging efforts of the Intel Education Initiative and said that such partnerships were a rarity in the country and should be encourages and appreciated as much as possible.

Country manager Intel Pakistan said that these awards inspired teachers to revisit their views on how IT could be used in education, and encouraged them to use technology to enhance the learning and scope of their students. He said that the purpose of holding these awards was to develop and encourage a culture of adaptation to the trend of using smart education systems instead of rigorous and traditional ways, which created barriers when anyone from this system of education wanted to explore new horizons internationally.

He said that, to date, Intel Tech Programme has trained 220,000 teachers in Pakistan across more than 60 cities. Holding of these awards celebrates the promotion of technology by teachers and schools across the country.

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Education awareness
Lahore: As many as 200 students of the Government College University (GCU) have voluntarily joined 'Help the Helpless', a campaign launched by the university students to raise awareness among people about the importance of education.

According to a press statement, GCU Vice Chancellor Dr Khalid Aftab also met with the volunteers at the university's Fazl-e-Hussain Reading Room and appreciated their efforts, saying that there was need for developing the culture of promoting education in Pakistan.

"The world over, societies have moved forward by promoting education and developing educational institutions," he added.

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Painting exhibition
Lahore: Government College University (GCU) Fine Arts Department organised a painting exhibition of water-colour landscapes by noted artist Zahirud Din Babar at the Minhas Art Gallery.

The water-colour paintings with clear depiction of natural scenery such as trees, valleys, villages, rivers and forests are put on display at the exhibition. Sky and weather are the common ingredients of the paintings.

Renowned painter and watercolorist Mahmood Hassan Romi inaugurated the exhibition. Romi lauded Zahir's artwork, saying that he used dull colours with sharp contrast of light and shadow which created a subtle effect. The news

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