Aitchison College Rs 380m budget
Governor approves Rs 380m budget for Aitchison College
|Lahore, Nov 06: Punjab Governor Salmaan Taseer has approved an annual budget of Rs 380
million for Aitchison College, after presiding over a meeting with the college's
board of directors on Wednesday. The meeting was attended by Aitchison
College Principal Shamim Khan, Aitchison College Vice Principal Iftikhar Ali
Malik, and members of the board of governors.
satisfaction over the college's achievements. He ordered that every student of
the college should be granted a membership of the Bazme Adab.
enrolment: Taseer ordered proper enrolment in A-Level and directed to give
admission to at least 75 percent of the students who had completed O-Level from
Aitchison College. He also ordered hiring of a top class software engineer at
the college who would offer computer education to the
Improvement: He said that a Punjabi Mushaira competition would
be held at the Governor's House among 17 government institutes on December 1,
2008, in which the best performing student would be awarded the Munir Naizi
Award. It was also decided at the meeting that similar competitions would also
be held twice a year and cash prizes of upto Rs 100,000 would be awarded. It was
also decided in the meeting that Urdu would be included as a compulsory subject
in the syllabus of A-Level. Daily Times
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GCU directed to readmit rusticated students
Lahore: Justice Najam-uz-Zaman of the Lahore High Court (LHC) on Wednesday
directed the Registrar Government College University (GCU) to consider
readmission of those students who were rusticated for staging protest against
the GCU administration.
The judge also directed the Registrar to ask the
university authorities to withdraw cases against the students for the sake of
their academic career. The judge observed that there was no justification of
cases under terrorism act against the students for staging a simple protest.
"They are students not criminals," the judge further observed.
law officer told the court that the students had been declared innocent in the
investigation held by the police.
Adjourning the hearing till November 14 the
judge directed the GCU Registrar to come up with a report about the steps taken
by the administration with regard to the reinstatement of the
Justice Zaman was conducting hearing on a suo moto notice taken by
CJ Sayed Zahid Hussain on the students' apathy after it was reported in Press
that two students had been sent to jail by an Anti-terrorism Court.
students were arrested when the GCU administration rusticated more than 600
students for remaining absent from the varsity. The next day, the students held
a protest demonstration on Lower Mall against GCU administration's harsh
punishment. The administration decided to teach an exemplary lesson to the
students, as it not only got registered a case against them but passed strict
instructions to the police to arrest them. The Nation
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Punjab Teachers' protest drive
Multan: The Punjab Teachers' Union (PTU) will launch a protest
campaign from Thursday (today) if the government does not fulfill their
Addressing a news conference here on Wednesday at the local
press club, PTU president Haji Nazar Muhammad Vains said teachers had been
protesting against the suspension of mobility allowance and delay in
implementation of five per cent jobs quota for teachers' sons.
demanded that teachers' minimum starting scale should be grade-9 instead of
He said teachers would protest on Thursday by wearing black
armbands, hold demonstrations at district level on 7th, and boycott classes on
Nov 20. He said teachers from all over the province would gather at Nasser Bagh,
Lahore and later besiege the Civil Secretariat. Dawn
"punjab govt gave grade 16 to B.Sc while B.A degree holder remained in grade 14 is this fair couldd you do any thing in this regard."
Name: muhammad jabbar
City, Country: mian channu, Pakistan
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|Updated: 14 Oct, 2014|