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LUMS kicks off SPADES 2008
Lahore, May 27, 2008: Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) will hold The SPADES 2008 - a display of award-winning projects of computer science and computer engineering students on May 27. The event will celebrate the launch of LUMS School of Science and Engineering's first society The Society for Promotion And Development of Engineering and Sciences (SPADES), which had been setup to be an aid to students who wanted to develop their ability in science and engineering. SPADES members Umar Saif, Arif Zaman and Tariq Jadoon among others will present their projects. Students from different schools of Lahore have been invited.

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Human rights studies gain no foothold in universities
Lahore: Although there are 36 Higher Education Commission (HEC)-affiliated universities in the Punjab, none of them offers a degree in human rights studies.

Nineteen public and 17 private universities are HEC-affiliated in the province, but the study of human rights has been unable to get the attention of any of these schools. Educationists believe that the reason for the subject being overlooked in universities is that the condition of human rights were unsatisfactory in the country.

The subject is taught in top European and American universities where courses in human rights are specially designed for professionals like journalists, lawyers and social workers. In addition, the subject is taught to children at school in these countries. Even several Indian universities are offering courses in human rights.

Educationist Dr Mehdi Hassan said that human rights did not enjoy much recognition in the country and because of that the subject was considered unimportant in Pakistan. He said that he and some other educationists had been giving lectures on the subject, yet it never gained recognition as a subject. He said the subject should be introduced at the primary level and then a complete course should be offered at the intermediate level. He it should be then offered as an optional course at the bachelor's level.

Dr Hassan said the course should teach the United Nations' Universal Declaration of Human Rights and that students should be made aware of human rights violations. Aurat Foundation member and human rights activist Umme Laila said that children in the West were taught about human rights at school. She said that it was the responsibility of the government to introduce the subject at primary and higher levels. "Students in Pakistan start learning about human rights when little flexibility and creativeness is left in them for a new subject," she said.

Advocate Anis Saadi, offering consultancy for studying abroad, said that several students had obtained scholarships to study the discipline abroad because it was considered an important subject in the West. "No importance is given to it here, but one should study the subject to become a professional activist," he added.

HEC Executive Director Dr S Sohail H Naqvi said that a chapter on human rights was included in Islamic studies. "I don't know if the subject of human rights is taught in any HEC-affiliated university," he said. Daily Times

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PU to start film, TV production classes
Lahore: The Punjab University's Institute of Communication Studies (ICS) will start Masters in Film and Television Production in the forthcoming academic year.

According to a press statement, PUICS Director stated this while talking to the students and teachers from the Department of Media and Communication Studies of Islamia University, Bahawalpur, on Monday.

He said BA, BSc graduates and media persons can apply on self supporting basis for admission to this programme. Answering to the students' questions, the ICS director said that journalists gave sacrifices for freedom of media.

Prof Dr Wajid Khan and Zubair Jutoi from Islamia University, Bahawalpur, were also present.

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"i realy love to join film production course kindly anyone inform me about procedure through which i can apply thnx."
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City, Country: Karachi, Pakistan

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PU Book fair arrangements discussed
Lahore: The Punjab University administration held a meeting on Monday under the chairmanship of VC Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran to discuss arrangements for the PU Book Fair scheduled to be held from May 28 to 30.

According to a press release, the meeting was attended by 276 students and 149 teachers of the university along with the conveners of eight committees established for the arrangements of the book fair. All conveners briefed the meeting about arrangements and answered the questions raised by the participants.

Speaking on the occasion, Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran said the book fair was an important event in connection with the 125-year celebrations of the university. He said the book fair would attract book lovers from across the provincial metropolis.

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Punjab University awarded PhD
Lahore: The Punjab University has awarded a PhD to PU Institute of Communication Studies' Assistant Professor Noshina Saleem in the subject of Mass Communication after approval of here thesis "The US Image in Pakistani English Dailies, 'Dawn', 'The Nation' and 'The News' with Special Reference to Pakistan-United States Relationship During Post Cold War Era (1991-2004)'.

According to a press statement issued on Monday, Noshina completed her thesis under the supervision of Institute of Communication Studies Director Prof Dr Mugheesuddin Sheikh.

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PU Seminar on career development
Lahore: The Punjab University's Pakistan Study Centre in collaboration with Department of History Monday organised a seminar on 'Market Needs and Career Development.'

According to a press statement, keynote speaker was Dr Syed Aun Abbas Zaidi, a PhD and Masters in Electrical Engineering from Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada. He guided the students in detail how to develop their confidence, presentation and communication skills.

He advised them to develop book-reading habit and do hard work. "The students must understand requirements of various employers while searching for proper jobs. They should develop the right kind of attitude, deep commitment and proper financial plans for their future. They must have clear goals realistically in order to avoid frustration. They must realise as to what kind of skills are required by the employers," he said. He also highlighted some important techniques about writing CV, appearing in the interviews, emphasising on professional ethics for a successful career.

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PU MSc Math result
Lahore: The Punjab University Examination Department on Monday declared the result of MSc Mathematics, session 2005-2007.Only four candidates had appeared in the exam and all were declared successful. The News

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