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Punjab University students protest fee rise

PU students protest fee rise
Lahore, June 24, 2008: A number of students of the Punjab University on Monday staged a protest demonstration, which was organised by the Islami Jamiat Tulaba (IJT) against students' expulsion, increase in fees and suspension of university bus service. Speaking to the protesters, IJT nazim Zahid Naveed said the Punjab governor should take notice of the vice-chancellor's `anti-student' actions.

He said the IJT would continue its campaign till the re-admission of the students and withdrawal of raise in fees.

The protesters were also carrying placards inscribed with their demands. Dawn

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First-ever art gallery at Punjab University opens
Lahore: The Punjab University's (PU) first ever art gallery, PURAF, opened on Monday at the Institute of Art and Design exhibiting paintings by Samina Zaheer.

PU Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran inaugurated the event. Punjab University Research Art Forum (PURAF) is founded by a group of research artists with an objective to work in harmony with challenges Pakistan is facing today, and in times to come, both in art and culture preservation. It promises to acquire a milestone status in the world of visual arts.

A number of students and art lovers were present who praised the opening of the gallery and the works of the artist displayed there. Anum, a student, said that the gallery would help students to show their work on the campus, which they previously did at the Alhamra Arts Gallery.

Another student, Mujtaba, said that opening of PURAF would help generate scholarly discussions among students, which was an important aspect of the subject of art.

The paintings on display were praised because of their color scheme and bold strokes. One of the paintings titled, Quaid-e-azam, was applauded by the audience. The exhibition will continue till July 8.

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PU delegation attends WEW Student Leadership Conference
Lahore: A three-member Punjab University delegation participated in a Women's Education Worldwide (WEW) Student Leadership Conference at Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts, United States of America, from June 10 to 13, said a press release on Monday.

The delegation included PU Psychology Department Professor Dr Rukhsana Kausar, Punjab University College of Information Technology (PUCIT) student Maria Mujeeb and Institute of Business & Information Technology (IBIT) student Seher Butt. The conference was hosted by Mount Holyoke College (MHC) and Smith College in South Hadley.

Women's Education Worldwide (WEW) was hosting its first student Leadership Conference after many years of planning which was attended by 70 women from 17 countries and five continents. The conference's mission was to facilitate international and cross-cultural understanding between young female students from different educational institutes across the globe. The students participated in leadership and skill-building workshops, presentations on giveback projects, communal dinners, interactive sessions and entertainment programmes. They were also taken on a trip to Smith College and met College President Carol Christ, visited downtown Northampton, and enjoyed a bonfire. The conference gave the students an opportunity to share different emotions with people from varying backgrounds and respect each other's values and culture. The participants compared the educational opportunities, status and literacy rates of women in their respective countries. They also exchanged views about economic resources, political power, gender equality, history and the gradual reshaping of the culture in their countries. The workshop management engaged the participants in various topics of discussion such as women in science and technology, environmental issues, student government, ethics, the history of women's colleges, and spiritual peace and faith.

Mount Holyoke College (MHC) Student Programmes Associate Director Beth Gibney Boulden, Smith College Students Dean Julianne Ohotnicky and MHC College Secretary and WEW Coordinator Jesse Lytle awarded certificates to the participants. Daily Times

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