Students of Malakand University & Kanju Medical College, Swat
UoP, KMC to accommodate students from Malakand
Peshawar, May 13: Students of Malakand
University and Kanju Medical College, Swat, would be accommodated in the
University of Peshawar (UoP) and Khyber Medical College (KMC).
of Management Sciences (IMSciences) Director Dr. Naseer Ali Khan said on Tuesday that after a meeting of all vice chancellors with Higher
Education Commission (HEC) and discussion on different approaches regarding the
students from the restive areas, it had been decided that students of Malakand
University and Kanju Medical College would be shifted to the UoP and KMC to save
their academic career.
"The hostels of Islamia College would be used to
house these students after the end of ongoing intermediate examinations while
the teachers would be accommodated in the different guesthouses," he
He said, at present, 1,600 students including 200 girls were
enrolled in Malakand University, while 350 students were studying in Kanju
Regarding schools, he said it was a complex problem and
the students, who were in Peshawar, would be enrolled in different schools of
the university, which would be closed 20 days ahead of summer
He said girls would study in University Model School, while
boys would go to other schools.
He said they had proposed to set up
schools in IDPs camps and university students would teach them, adding the HEC
had been requested for funding in this regard.
He said IMSciences had
waived fees of 60 students from troubled areas and declared that they would be
housed in its hostels free of cost, adding the UoP had also waived fees of 1,000
He said their meeting with the NWFP CM was scheduled for
Wednesday. He said they had asked the government that the camps he run by their
students, who would volunteer to take care of IDPs and do their
He said teams of students would leave for camps in the
morning and return in the evening.
He said the KMU was sending medical
teams treat the IDPs at camps. "It was need of the hour that these people (IDPs)
do not think that they have been let down and we must win the battle of hearts
for them," Naseer added.
"Wich is one of the suitable way to escape at least 5000 students life to arrange in peshawe university. "
Name: AZHAR ALI
City, Country: CHITRAL BOONI
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NWFP UET staff to donate two-day salaries for IDPs
Peshawar: Engineering University Teachers Association (EUTA) of
the NWFP University of Engineering and Technology (UET), Peshawar has decided
that the university staff will donate their two days' salaries for internally
displaced persons (IDPs), said a release issued here on Tuesday. EUTA held its
meeting with Engineer Sadique Akbar in chair to devise a strategy to extend
relief goods to IDPs. EUTA announced to open university's account in which
two-day salary of UET staff would be deposited for IDPs at first and appeal
would be made to involve UET alumni for foreign assistance. He also announced to
set up UET relief cell from where relief items would be distributed and to
formulate volunteer committees of teachers and students to expedite registration
process. Referring to recent meeting of vice chancellors of public sector
universities held here the other day, he endorsed the decision of conducting
intermediate examination of Mingora and Malakand students. "UET teachers would
not only help in supervising the examination but also would extend all
cooperation to conduct preparatory courses for the affected students," he said.
The meeting was attended by teachers and syndicate members. Daily Times
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Students exhibit oratory skills in German Speech Contest 2009
Islamabad: Students of National University of Modern Languages (NUML)
surprised the audience with their unusual proficiency level in German language
at a speech contest held here Tuesday.
Five students from certificate
course, three from diploma and one of Masters level exhibited their
extraordinary oratorical skills in German language on different subjects.
The speakers enlightened the participants with their vibrant views on
topics including 'Iqbal's Concept of Mairaj', 'Potohar: My Region', 'My
Experiences in Learning German', 'My University NUML', 'My First Day in German
Class' and 'Life in a Student Hostel'.
In certificate course, Munazza
Butt secured first position, Hina Nisar came second and Salma Hussain Abbasi
obtained third position. While in Diploma, Aqib Naseer Abdullah obtained first
position, Adeel Hassan stood second and Shaheen Shah got third
German Ambassador Dr Michael Koch congratulated the students
for their brilliant presentations and said the students have gained sufficient
competence in speaking German language.
He also appreciated the efforts
of the University faculty for having concentrated on German language, saying,
"The University is contributing a lot in training the global
The University, through teaching foreign languages, is
creating a bridge between Pakistan and other countries, he said adding that
learning a foreign language and culture also help strengthen relations among
"Although language is a strong mode of communication
and carries a great importance in one's life, no one can deny the importance of
expression the way one speaks. The News
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