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Punjab University Exam registration of private candidates
Lahore, June 03: The Punjab University registration of private candidates who want to appear in BA/BSc Annual Examination 2010 is under process. According to a press statement, the last date for registration with single fee (Rs 1400) is June 30 and with double fee (if increased in July, otherwise Rs 2800) the last date is July 31, 2009.

PU result
Lahore: The Punjab University has declared the result of MA Social Work (Morning), Semester System, Session 2006-2008 and MA Social Work (Replica), Semester System, Session 2006-2008.

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"I want to bring it to your kind information that there are 515 I.T Teachers are working in punjab government. They are working their duty but have no pay from last 11th months. Their conditions are miserable. Is there only fault that they have latest technology education plzzzzz help them Thanks ."
Name: Azhar Hassan
City, Country: Sargodha , Pakistan

"meri punjab uni lahore ki BA ki regtion date expire ho gai hy pls main ye year waist nahi karna chata mujhe app hal bataein plz plz ."
Name: Farhan mahmood
City, Country: FSD , Pakistan

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Summer camps banned in private schools
Lahore: The School Education Department, Punjab, on Tuesday banned summer camps during summer vacation in private schools of the province. According to a DGPR handout issued on Tuesday, School Education Secretary Nadeem Ashraf has taken serious notice of a complaint that a number of private schools have not observed the summer vacation schedule and remain open during the summer vacation under the guise of summer camp. He directed that all such summer camps should be banned, saying strict action would be taken against the schools not complying be the Executive District Officer (Edu) concerned as registering authority of private schools.

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"I want to bring it to your kind information that there are many schools opened in the area of inside Fatehgarh, Lahore. One School namely "Candle Light High School" situated on Hospital Road, Near Fatehgarh Corporation Dispensery, Lahore is still open and they are also asking for school fee for summer vacsations furthermore, they are saying that if you will not pay summer vaccation fee then we shall not give you vaccations. But on the other side Govt. of Punjab has given orders to schools not to take fee for summer vaccations. We need your kind consideration in this regard and waiting for your prompt action soon. Thanks n kind regards, Basit Ali."
Name: Basit
City, Country: Lahore, Pakistan

"Its advisable to check the curriculum / courses / activities of the school offering Summer Camp as for working women, it is a very suitable option to leave their children busy. MUST ALLOW SUMMER CAMPS under a more logical reason ."
Name: Shireen Raza
City, Country: Lahore, Pakistan

"Assalam-o-Alaikum! I want to bring it to your knowledge that nearly all the schools in Wapda Town and near areas are open even after this announcement. The schools are still running summer camps by the name of extra classes. Please take notice of it. Thanks!"
Name: Ashfaq
City, Country: Lahore, Pakistan

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Education system being modernised, says CM
Lahore: Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif has said that progress and prosperity cannot be achieved without education, therefore, the Punjab government is utilising all the resources for its promotion and eliminating illiteracy.

Talking to Member National Assembly from Chakwal Ayaz Amir on Tuesday, he said the Punjab government was not only providing missing facilities to all education institutions but the education system was also being modernised to equip the young generation with the latest knowledge. He said the government was taking measures to ensure teachers' attendance in schools of the remote and backward areas, besides it was establishing Danish schools in such areas on the pattern of educational institutions of big cities.

Mr Shahbaz said computer labs were being established in more than 4,000 schools while the Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority had been reorganised and modern courses had been introduced in accordance with the needs of local industry. He said self-finance scheme had been abolished in educational institutions to uphold the rights of talented students. He said meetings were being held with teachers, students, parents and educationists to uplift of the education sector in the light of their proposals.

The chief minister said setting up of the Punjab Education Endowment Fund was a revolutionary step and talented students who had financial constraints would be able to benefit from the programme availing opportunities in prestigious local and foreign educational institutes. He said schools and colleges were being set up in various areas of the province while the existing schools were also being upgraded. He also gave approval for upgrade of five schools at Chakwal. Out of these schools, three high schools would be upgraded to higher secondary schools while two elementary schools would get the status of high schools. Meanwhile, Federal Minister for Social Welfare and Special Education Samina Khalid Ghurki met Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif here on Tuesday. Matters regarding relief and rehabilitation of the displaced persons of Swat, socio-economic development of Punjab and public welfare projects were discussed during the meeting.

Talking to the Federal Minister, Shahbaz Sharif said that the Punjab government had adopted a comprehensive strategy for the provision of basic facilities to the people, raising their standard of life. He said that special attention was being paid to the uplift of education, health and other sectors of social development.

He said that revolutionary projects like Food Support Programme for destitute persons and Sasti Roti Scheme were being implemented successfully and millions of poor families were benefiting from them. He said that solid measures had been taken for the relief and rehabilitation of displaced persons of Swat, Malakand and other areas and free atta and essential items were being sent to the affectees on daily basis.

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Lahore: The King Edward Medical University (KEMU) has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) for imparting education at undergraduate and graduate levels and conduct research in basic and applied sciences. According to a press statement issued on Tuesday, KEMU Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Muhammad Zafar Ullah Khan and LUMS Vice Chancellor Prof Ahmed Jan Durrani signed the MoU. According to the MoU, both universities agreed to establish and conduct cooperative and collaborative research projects and educational programme to complement and supplement efficiency and performance of each other.

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DHA schools closed for security reasons
Lahore: Schools running under the administrative control of Defence Housing Authority (DHA) announced unexpected summer holidays on Tuesday due to security reasons, causing serious inconvenience to the students and their parents.

Similarly, the Lahore School of Economics (LSE) on Tuesday abruptly announced varsity's closure for four days owing to the growing security concerns. The sudden decision spread scare and panic among public, in general, and students and their parents, in particular.

It is learnt that the LSE management has decided to introduce some special security measures owing to which the varsity has been closed and would reopen on June 8.

According to sources, the DHA had earlier planned summer vacation starting from June 15, however, the Monday's incident in the North Waziristan Agency where some students and teachers of the Cadet College Razmak were abducted by Taliban militants, compelled the management to reschedule the annual holidays.

The sources added the decision by the DHA authorities was taken late Monday evening which could not be properly conveyed to the students and parents.

Parents of a number of students said they went to the school on Tuesday morning as routine but found that schools were closed and large notices were pasted on the main gates, telling them that the schools would reopen after the summer holidays in August.

"I was really surprised to read the notice", said the father of a student who had gone to drop his son at the school. Seeking anonymity, he further said the abrupt decision had caused great trouble to the parents as they were earlier informed that summer holidays would start from June 15.

A senior official of the School Education Department, said it was generally observed that private sector schools did not follow summer vacation schedule announced by the department. He said the department had announced summer holidays from June 1 to August 14 this year which was not being followed by most of the private schools.

However, DHA spokesman Tajamul Hussain Anjum, when contacted, claimed that information about summer vacation was even written on copies of the students. He also claimed that DHA schools were closed on 1st June as per announcement of the government.

DHA Director Education Col (r) K S Babar said DHA schools observed summer vacation as announced by the Punjab government from June 1 to August 14.

He admitted that earlier the summer holidays were scheduled to start from June 15, however, owing to pressing demands of parents in the wake of increasing heat and prevailing security concerns, the schedule was revised. He also claimed that no one had to face any problem as parents and students were informed well in time.

When contacted LSE office, one Aslam who introduced himself from administration department, said the varsity was closed owing to the prevailing security concerns. He said the LSE would reopen on Monday. The News

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