Punjab University announced B Pharmacy results
Lahore, Marach 24: The Punjab University (PU) has declared the results of Bachelor of
Pharmacy (B Pharmacy), Final Professional (New Scheme), Supplementary
Examination, 2008 and Annual Examination, 2009. This was stated in a
Meanwhile, the PU has issued the practical
examination date sheets of the First Professional MBBS, Part I-II,
Supplementary Examination 2009 and BEd (Special Needs), 2nd Annual
Examination 2008 (Session 2007-2008) and Annual Examination 2009
The PU has also issued the schedule for
submission of admission forms for Postgraduate Diploma in International
Affairs, Annual Examination, 2009.
The last date for
submission of admission forms with single fee is 31-03-2010 while the
forms can be submitted with double fee till 06-04-2010. The exam will
commence from 29-04-2010. The detailed results, schedule and date
sheets are available at the PU website www.pu.edu.pk .
"RESULT KUB ANA HY"
Name: SAMI ULLAH
City, Country: GUJRANWALA
"resul kub ana hai B catagory ka . mera roll no. 382 hai. main ne february 2011 main exam dia tha"
Name: Muhammad Ahmed
City, Country: bahawal nagar pakistan
"koi hal e nai kb se result dekh raha hun"
Name: sajjad ali tahir
City, Country: fsd pak
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Three PhDs awarded
Lahore: The Punjab University has awarded PhD degrees to three students in the
subjects of Art and Design, Applied Psychology (Clinical Psychology)
and Clinical Psychology.
According to a press statement, Nadhra
Shahbaz Khan, the daughter of Shahbaz Ahmad, has been awarded PhD
degree in Art and Design after approval of her research thesis "The
Samadhi of Maharaja Ranjit Singh: The Significance of its Ornamental
Program." She completed her thesis under the supervision of Dr Shahida
Manzoor, PhD Programme coordinator, Research Centre, PU College of Art
and Design while her co-supervisor was Dr Barbara Schmitz, HEC Foreign
Faculty, Department of Fine Arts, Lahore College for Women University
Mohsina Mirza, d/o Mirza Aijaz Beg, has been awarded a
PhD in Applied Psychology (Clinical Psychology) after approval of her
research thesis "Development of Scale for Perceived Expressed Emotion
and its Demonstration on Patients with Schizophrenia, Depression OCD
and Normal Controls."
Humaira Rahseed, d/o Rahseed Ahmad, has
been awarded a PhD in Clinical Psychology after approval of her
research thesis "Efficacy of Group Behaviour Therapy and Group Rational
Emotive Behaviour Therapy in the Treatment of Shy Behaviour in
Adolescent Females." She completed her thesis under the supervision of
Prof (retd) Dr Nosheen K Rahman, director of the Centre for Clinical
Psychology while her co-supervisor was Prof (retd) Dr Hamid Sheikh, PU
Department of Applied Psychology.
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Professor gunned down in Quetta
Quetta: Professor Fazal Bari, a prominent educationist and former
chairman of the Balochistan Board of Intermediate and Secondary
Education (BISE), was killed in the fresh incident of target killing in
the Takhtani bypass area of Quetta on Monday.
The police said
Professor Fazal Bari was on his way to the Tameer-i-Nuo Public School,
where he had been serving as the principal, from his home. As he
reached the Bypass Road from Sariab Link Road, some unidentified armed
men opened indiscriminate fire on his car and fled. Resultantly,
Professor Bari and his driver sustained multiple bullet wounds. They
were immediately rushed to the Civil Hospital. Professor Bari succumbed
to his wounds before he was provided any medical aid. His driver,
however, was admitted to the Civil Hospital.
After the killing
of Professor Bari, students and teachers of the Tameer-i-Nuo
educational institutions reached the Civil Hospital. The professor's
killing sparked violent incidents as the emotionally charged students
pelted stones, besides staging strong protest and raising
anti-government slogans. Glasses of several vehicles were smashed.
the police fired teargas shells to disperse the students. Three
students were also taken into custody on the charges of disrupting the
law and order situation.The Balochistan Professors and Lecturers
Association announced boycott of the classes. Professor Fazal Haq Mir,
a professor of the Tameer-i-Nuo, announced closure of educational
institutions operating under the Tameer-i-Nuo system.
number of people and academic staff also reached the Tameer-i-Nuo
College where the body of Professor Fazal Bari was brought from the
Civil Hospital.His funeral prayer was offered at the ground of the
Tameer-i-Nuo College. Later his body was dispatched to his native town
Faisalabad for burial.
As the consequence of the killing of
Professor Fazal Bari, the DSP and the SHO of the Satellite Town police
station were suspended by Balochistan Chief Minister Nawab Muhammad
The Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party (PkMAP), the
JUI-F, the PML-N, the Jamaat-e-Islami, the Pashtun Students
Organisation and the Hazara Youth Council strongly condemned the
killing of Professor Bari. They termed the assassination of Professor
Bari the killing of education and consciousness. The PkMAP alleged that
the people involved in target killers had been given a free hand to
take lives of the innocent people.
Students of the TNPC on the
occasion also demanded of Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry to
take suo moto notice of the target killings of teachers in the
province. It may be mentioned here that some 20 people have become
victims of the target killings during last three days in Quetta.
Minister Nawab Muhammad Aslam Raisani claimed that the provincial
government was not helpless before the perpetrators of target killing
incidents and it would take them to the task at all cost.
adds: A man was killed while four others sustained minor injures in a
bomb blast at the Golimar Chowk in Quetta. DIG (operations) Hamid
Shakil said the bomb was planted near the wall of a shop. He said the
man killed in the blast was working in a nearby shop.
injured people, whose identity could not be ascertained, were admitted
to the Bolan Medical Complex. The blast also damaged a rickshaw. The
law-enforcement agencies cordoned off the area after the incident and
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Lahore: The concluding session of one week-long training of heads of different
diagnostic laboratories of Punjab in advanced diagnostics and control
of poultry diseases at University Diagnostic Lab (UDL) was held at
University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) on Monday.
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Teachers problems to be resolved, says ministe
Lahore: Punjab Minister for Education and Excise & Taxation Mujtaba
Shuja-ur-Rehman has said he is ready to sit with the teachers'
associations anytime to solve their problems and to work for uniform
system of education.
was speaking at a conference "Istehkam-e-Pakistan" organised by
Pakistan Teachers Organisation (PTO) in connection with Pakistan Day on
He further said the government was considering college teachers' demand for timescale promotions.
minister said the government had allocated millions of rupees for the
uplift of education sector, adding quality education was being ensured
through various initiatives like establishment of Punjab Educational
Endowment Fund, IT labs in over 4000 schools and teachers' training
Earlier in his address, PTO President Prof Atta
Muhammad Jafri said it was teachers' task to defend the ideological
boundaries of the country while Army had to secure geographical
boundaries. He said the rulers should introduce policies based on
teachings of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah and Allama Muhammad
Iqbal, adding teachers were always ready to play their positive role
for educational revolution. The PTO President further said there was a
need to eliminate class based education system for the development of
the country and to solve teachers' genuine problems. He said
educational policies should be formed in consultation with the
Prof Atta also criticised the government for
monitoring of teachers, introduction of English as medium of
instruction in government schools and requirement of entrance test for
admissions in the institutes of higher learning.
Chapter President Prof Abu Amir Azmi and NWFP Chapter President Prof Dr
Izhar-ul-Haq also spoke while a large number of teachers and people
from different walks of life attended the conference. The news
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