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Punjab University BCom examination 2010 admissions

PU BCom admission forms schedule
Lahore, March 26: Punjab University Examination Department has also issued the schedule for submission of admission forms for BCom, Part I & II, Annual Examination 2010. According to the schedule, the last date for submission of admission forms with single fee is 10-04-2010 while the forms can be submitted with double fee till 20-04-2010.

Meanwhile, the Punjab University (PU) Examinations Department has announced the results of MA/MSc, Part-I, Supplementary Examination 2009 of Arabic, Persian, Philosophy, Punjabi, Physical Education, Political Science, History, English, Islamic Studies, Mass Communication, Economics, Women Studies, Geography, Mathematics, Physics, Applied Psychology, Psychology, Chemistry and Master of Science.

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PhD awarded
Punjab University has awarded a PhD degree to Mrs. Sofia Sabir, Assistant Professor of Persian, Government APWA College for Women, Lahore, on completion of her research thesis on the impact of the works of Iran and central Asian scholars on Persian literature in the subcontinent from 998 AD to 1526 AD.

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PMA calls PMDC a white elephant
Lahore: The Pakistan Medical Association (PMA) has declared Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) as a white elephant responsible for destruction of medical education in the country.

PMA office-bearers, including Dr Muhammad Sarwar Chaudhry, Prof Yasmin Rashid, Dr Ashraf Nizami, Dr Akhtar Rasheed Malik, Dr Tanveer Anwar, Dr Ibrar Ashraf, Dr Shahid Malik, Dr Izhar Chaudhry, Dr Salman Kazmi and others, said the PMDC was responsible for mushrooming of private medical colleges in Pakistan by irrationally and indiscriminately registering them just to earn money, which was causing a major damage to the standard of medical education in the country.

The private medical colleges are opening fast but are not fulfilling even basic criteria of PMDC of medical faculty, attached hospitals, bed to patient ratio, facilities and buildings. They said that currently there were some 100 private medical colleges in the country but sadly PMDC did not have any mechanism for monitoring to maintain the standards of medical education according to the criteria laid down by the supreme governing body of medical education in the country.

The PMA has demanded the Prime Minister take notice of PMDC's inefficiency and failure to regulate private medical institutions and medical education in Pakistan. They also demanded PMDC's restructuring and a neutral audit of the PMDC accounts. The news

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LUMS' first science Olympiad kicks off
Lahore: Around a 1,000 delegates participated in the inaugural ceremony of the Lahore University of Management Sciences' (LUMS) first ever science olympiad, PsiFi 2010.

The event, which will continue till March 28, has been organised by the LUMS Society For Promotion and Development of Engineering and Sciences (SPADES). Teams from schools and colleges across Pakistan would be participating in fifteen different competitions designed to test both their conceptual adeptness and their practical acumen.

PsiFi, to be held annually, is intended to be a revolutionary academic event with the goal of reviving scientific adventurism and research in Pakistan.

The four-day event is a unique chance for students to voice their ideas, sharpen their creativity, meet new people and amplify their interpersonal skills and develop technical acumen.

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LCWU, EPD hold seminar on prevailing water crisis
Lahore: The Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) Department of Environmental Sciences in collaboration with the Environment Protection Department (EPD) Punjab organised a seminar on Thursday to discuss the current water crisis in Pakistan and the responsibility of the citizens in this regard.

"It is the duty of every educational institution to create awareness about water scarcity, cleanliness, water purification and its wise use, LCWU Vice Chancellor Professor Dr Bushra Mateen said. She said LCWU was not only contributing towards the professional development and capacity building of the female population of the society but also providing active support for the cause of environmental pollution, resource management and particularly the issue of drinking water in and around Lahore.

Speaking at the seminar on the issue of social responsibility, the organiser and moderator Faculty Natural Science Dean Professor Dr Kausar Jamal Cheema said, "We must make efforts to achieve the intended goals such as performing economic functions, make direct social investment and try to contribute towards the improvement of living standards... This in turn has compelled the department to explore new vistas of research with special reference to the contamination of drinking water."

Low quality: Giving a presentation on 'Water Quality Issues in Punjab and Their Remedies', Punjab Council of Research on Water Resources (PCRWR) Regional Director Zaiul Haq told the audience that PCRWR had conducted a nationwide survey to assess quality of drinking water at the union council level. The assessment carried out under the project, Clean Drinking Water for All (CDWA), concluded that only 16% of the available drinking water was fit for drinking while the remainder 84% was contaminated.

Recommendations: Showing graphs demonstrating the water quality-status of Lahore, he made various recommendations for the treatment of contaminated water. These included boiling, chlorination, ultra-violet radiation, ozonation and oxidation for bacterial contamination. Daily times

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