Quaid-e-Azam Public College Gujranwala problems
A college in Gujranwala
Gujranwala, June 04, 2008: Your kind attention is invited towards the Quaid-e-Azam Public College
Gujranwala, which is an autonomous, trust institution that is being grossly
mismanaged. The college affairs are looked after by the D.C.O Gujranwala in
addition to his other duties. There are about 2000 students in the school from
whom a very high fee is charged for a public institution. There is about 200
school staff working under very harsh conditions. A new Principal, ex-serviceman
Lt. CoI. Muhammad Sarwar took over the charge in 2006 and abolished the modern
'English-medium' system. Since then there has been no educational planning here.
New teachers were inducted in grade-18 from Faisalabad.
The parents and
staff are annoyed and remain unsatisfied. There is no policy, no consultation no
coordination. Mr Principal has become a symbol of arbitrary authority who runs
the college on his whims without even caring for the government policy. Mr
Principal has also employed other ex servicemen on the staff ignoring the local
applicants. Just imagine, first and second-class MSc. candidates were deprived
of the jobs opportunity. His narrow approach and peevish attitude is cause of a
lot of resentment here. - By ABBAS AKHTER, Gujranwala (The Nation)
"I had been working there for three and half years now i work as a teacher in america in public school also .I ca help you if you guys need any help for school management please. good luck"
Name: ghazala amjad
City, Country: va, america
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PU BSc(Hons) resultS
Lahore: The Punjab University Examination Department has announced the
results of BSc (Hons) Environmental Sciences and BSc (Hons) Microbiology &
In BSc (Hons) Environmental Sciences 3-Year
Programme (Semester System), Self-Supporting, Session 2002-2005, a total of 19
candidates appeared in the examination and four were declared successful while
result of 15 candidates was late. Roll numbers of successful candidates are
02envbsc.e07, 02envbsc.e24, 02envbsc.e28 and 02envbsc.e41. In BSc (Hons)
Microbiology & Molecular Genetics (4-Years Programme) Annual Session
2004-2008, a total of 24 candidates appeared in the exam and 22 were declared
successful while result of two candidates was late.
The roll numbers of
successful candidates are MMG04-03, MMG04-04, MMG04-06, MMG04-07, MMG04-08,
MMG04-09, MMG04-10, MMG04-11, MMG04-12, MMG04-13, MMG04-14, MMG04-15, MMG04-16,
MMG04-17, MMG04-20, MMG04-22, MMG04-23, MMG04-26, MMG04-28, MMG04-29, MMG04-30
Detailed results are available on PU website www.pu.edu.pk. The News
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Four-day ToT session at PU
Lahore: Punjab University's (PU) Career Development Centre (CDC), in collaboration with the Higher Education Commission
(HEC), on Tuesday organised a 4-day Training of Trainers (TOT) session for
teachers from various colleges and universities.
According to a press
release, the training session will continue from June 2 to June 5 at PU's
Pakistan Study Centre (PSC).
Gender Reform Action Plan (GRAP) Project
Co-ordinator Aftab Fahim Mirza was the chief guest on the first day, and PSC
Director Dr Mussarat Abid was the guest of honour.
Officer Shazia Tasleem spoke about on activities of the CDC.
More than 35
teachers from various colleges and universities are participating in this
Mirza introduced the mother department of the CDC and its
reforms for women empowerment. The PSC director praised CDC's efforts for
teachers' and students' capacity building. He discussed the importance
motivation during the learning process, and said that goal setting was important
for a bright future. He also talked about teaching skills and strategies. Daily Times