PU registration for BA, BSc Annual Examination 2011
PU registration for BA/BSc exam
Lahore, June 24: The Punjab University registration of private candidates who want
to appear in BA/BSc Annual Examination 2011 is under process.
date for the registration with single fee (Rs 1600) is June 30, 2010 and with
double fee is July 31, 2010.
According to a press release here on
Wednesday, the candidates who had passed intermediate (FA/FSc) annual
examination 2009 and before are eligible for the registration while the
candidates passing intermediate exam in supplementary examination, 2009, would
have to attach an attested photocopy of their failed result card of annual exam,
The registration forms can be obtained from Reception Centre of PU
New Campus, University Sales Depot at Old Campus and nominated branches of Habib
Bank on depositing Rs 15. The registration forms can also be downloaded from the
university website www.pu.edu.pk.
The registration forms, attested from
a gazetted officer, can be submitted along with testimonial photocopies of
academic documents, including Matric and intermediate, national identity card,
one recent photograph and original bank receipt of fee.
having passed O or A level exam should attach Equivalence Certificates obtained
from Inter Boards Chairman Committee (IBCC). He said that the candidates must
write down their own addresses on the forms and not to mention the addresses of
private colleges, academies or any friend/relative and all such forms would be
rejected. Complete forms in every aspect can be submitted during office timings
from 8am to 4pm in Registration Branch, Room No 25 Administration Block, Punjab
University, New Campus Lahore, or sent through registered mail on the
abovementioned address. This year no form after due date, July 31, will be
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PU clarifies news item
Lahore: Naveed Iqbal and Shafiq Ahmed, both PhD students at the
Institute of Communication Studies (ICS) in the Punjab University, have
clarified issues raised in a news item published on June 23,
According to them, the issues raised by an application submitted by
Afira Hamid, an assistant professor at ICS, have already been probed and settled
as a result of various internal inquires at the PU. The same issues were filed
at the Lahore High Court in two petitions. After being processed through
necessary court proceedings, the court disposed off the cases. However, Iqbal
and Ahmed claim Afira is once again raising the issues due to her dispute with
the ICS director and the dean of Faculty of Behavioral and Social Sciences.
They said that Afira was leveling allegations against Prof Dr Mughees
Uddin (dean), Dr Ahsan Akhtar Naz (director) Naveed and Shafiq after she was
declared ineligible for the post of professor since she did not have a PhD
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Lahore: The Punjab University has declared the result of MBBS, Second
Professional (Latest New Re-Organized Scheme) Supplementary Examination, 2009. The news
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LUMHS ready to take in Osh students, says VC
Hyderabad: The Liaquat University of Medical and Health Sciences is
ready to take in all Pakistani students who were studying in a medical
university in Osh, Kyrgyzstan, before ethnic riots forced them to rush back in
May, according to LUMHS vice-chancellor Prof Dr Noshad A. Sheikh.
their admissions would be subject to approval of the federal government and the
Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC), he said.
Mr Shaikh said that
he would fulfil all formalities at the university level and take syndicate and
other officials concerned into confidence on the students' cases, which would be
considered purely on humanitarian grounds.
"Why should the students
suffer and discontinue their education. After all, they have studied for several
years and we are willing to accommodate them but we need to fulfil some
necessary requirements," he said on Wednesday.
Around 1,200 to
1,500 Pakistani students who were pursuing their medical education in Kyrgyzstan
were stranded in the wake of ethnic riots in Osh.
airlifted most of the students and safely brought them back. They are from
different parts of the country including Sindh.
Those returning to Sindh
include two real sisters Amna and Lubna who are daughters of a primary school
teacher. They were studying medicine in Osh and belonged to Solangi community of
Padidan, Naushahro Feroze district.
The sisters were trapped inside
their house when clashes erupted and lost contact with their family for two
days. Adil Mehboob Awan of Mirpurkhas and Sumaya of Karachi are also among the
"Yes the sisters had contacted me informally and requested
for continuation of their education in LUMHS. But since then there has been no
contact with them. They need to apply formally before we complete proceedings
required at our level," said Mr Shaikh.
All the Osh-returnees have
narrated their woeful tales to their parents and media about how they passed
those turbulent days in Osh by keeping themselves virtually locked in the rooms
to save their lives.
The students made contacts with the embassy on
their own before they were flown back to Pakistan on a C-130.
said that the students who were interested in continuing their education at the
LUMHS would have to submit complete set of documents, which would have to be
verified by the university where they had been studying until recently in
"We will recommend their cases to the PMDC and the federal
government to seek their approval and allow them to complete their studies," he
"The decision is being taken as a gesture of goodwill," he said.
He said that since the affected students were studying in different
levels their cases would first be confirmed and then they would be accordingly
accommodated in the LUMHS.
"We hope that the students will not suffer
and pursue their education… but they should come up with formal requests which
have not been made so far," he said. Dawn
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'Thai institute, UVAS can work together'
Lahore: The Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Thailand, and the
University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) can collaborate in areas
like livestock management, aquaculture fisheries management and other management
This was suggested by a three-member delegation from the
AIT led by institute President Prof Said Irandost who called on UVAS Faculty of
Animal Production and Technology Dean Prof Dr Talat Naseer Pasha on Wednesday.
They also discussed the areas of mutual cooperation to enhance the academic and
technological partnership between both institutions. The meeting was arranged by
Ambassador of Pakistan in Thailand Sohail Mahmood. Prof Irandoust said the AIT
had almost 1,000 alumni from Pakistan and the number was increasing. He said the
institute was also collaborating with many international organisations around
the world to synergise resources for global sustainable development.
Prof Pasha suggested that both the institutions could work together for
joint-degree offering, collaborative research projects and faculty/students
Explaining the emerging role of livestock in
Pakistani economy, he said Punjab had geographical advantages to increase the
livestock output through skilled HR in the region. He said the UVAS had started
new academic disciplines first time in Pakistan like dairy technology, poultry
technology, bioinformatics, fisheries and medicines in the recent years.
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Educationist welcomes higher education council
Lahore: University of Management and Technology (UMT) Rector Dr Hasan
Sohaib Murad, terming establishment of the Punjab Higher Education Council
(PHEC) a good initiative, has recommended that all private universities of the
province should be offered its membership.
In an interview, renowned educationist Dr Hasan Sohaib Murad said establishment of the PHEC
was indication of interest of Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif in
the field of higher education.
"However the presence of all public
sector universities in the new body and only two from private universities
clearly indicates that private sector is not considered fully on board," he
added. He was of the view that real benefits of the forum could be achieved like
promotion of higher education provided all private sector varsities of the
province were offered its membership.
Talking about research culture in
universities, the UMT rector said the situation was quite encouraging as
compared to past, adding that however it was unfortunate that industry was not
taking as much interest in research as required. He also suggested that the
government should fund the universities for research irrespective of varsities
status of private or public sector, saying this would also uplift standards of
Dr Hasan Sohaib Murad, who is a professor of Organization and
Management, also appealed to the provincial government to provide at least 100
acres of land free of cost to privately chartered universities working under
trust. "The government should support, facilitate and encourage private
varsities as students studying there are also citizens of the country," he
"At the UMT, we are not ignoring our social responsibility as out
of over 4,000 students some 700 students are being financially supported by the
university," he said, adding that the UMT stands for leadership.
about management expertise and technology," he said, adding that around 14,000
alumni of the varsity were serving the country as well as working abroad in
different fields. He said the UMT had 180 fulltime faculty members, saying only
a handful of universities were having such diversified base of faculty.
"The university has been in the forefront in international education,
accreditation and quality," he said, adding that the UMT had international
linkages with European Foundation of Management Development (EFMD), Association
of Management Development Institutions in South Asia (AMDISA) while the varsity
was founder and currently member of the Association of Management Development
Institutions in Pakistan (AMDIP).
Dr Hasan Sohaib maintained that
programmes at the UMT were not stereotype, saying, "We don't copy or import
rather we innovate and customise and introduce cutting-edge courses in our
We are responding to demand and proud of each and every of
The UMT offers wide and diversified range of programmes
from management to engineering, computer sciences, textile fashion and design
and social sciences and law etc, he said.
Talking about future plans, he
said the UMT had planned a 500-bed hospital to start programme in the field of
medicine, adding that the varsity had also envisaged programmes in civil
engineering, environmental sciences, Islamic finance and banking. "We are also
planning to expand our evening programmes," he added.
role of the Higher Education Commission (HEC) in the promotion of higher
education, Dr Hasan Sohaib urged the government to give more grants to the
Commission, saying it should also spend the money wisely.
"The HEC has
played a good role and we are indebted for many of its good initiatives, he said
while commending its new chairman for his vision for uplift of higher education
in the country.Dr Hasan Sohaib Murad has a PhD degree from the University of
Wales, UK, MBA from Washington State University, USA and BSc Engineering from
NED University, Karachi.
The UMT rector also lauded efforts of Jang
Group in promotion of education, saying that events like The News Education Expo
2010 play a leading role in this regard. The news
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GCU's second Inter-departmental Games 2009-10
Lahore: Sports are not a waste of time.
They enhance the physical and mental abilities and efficiency of students,
Government College University Vice Chancellor Professor Khalid Aftab said while
addressing a prize-distribution ceremony of GCU Inter-departmental Games
This year, the History department was once again successful in
winning the trophy whereas the Urdu department participants ended as runner-ups.
It was encouraging to see the unequal, yet enthusiastic participation of women
in the inter-departmental games. Addressing the event, the VC said sports were
not just meant for sportsmen. The inter-departmental games were organised for
all students and teachers to mark their active participation in games. Daily times
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Students urged to improve studies
Lahore: University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences Vice-Chancellor Prof
Dr Muhammad Nawaz has urged the student community to make untiring efforts for
continuous improvement in their studies as well as learn more in practical
fields for the progress of livestock, poultry, dairy and agriculture sectors.
Prof Nawaz was talking to a group of 36 students and a lecturer of
University of Azad Jummu & Kashmir (AJKU), faculty of agriculture and DVM
Department, Rawalakot Campus, which called on him in his office on Wednesday.
UVAS Registrar Dr Kamran Ashraf, Faculty of Life Sciences Business Management
Dean Prof Dr Muhammad Aleem and Faculty of Veterinary Sciences Dean Prof Dr
Nasim Ahmad were also present.
The Vice-Chancellor informed the visiting
students that the UVAS was one of the oldest institutions in Asia dedicated to
quality research and education. The news
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