PU BA, BSc Annual Examination schedule 2014
PU schedule for BA/BSc exam
Lahore, Sep 21: PU Examinations Department has issued the schedule for submission of
admission forms for BA/BSc Annual Examination 2014. A press release on
Wednesday, for regular candidates, last date for submission of admission
forms with single fee is 10-10-2013 (by post) and 24-10-2013 (by hand)
while forms can be submitted with double fee till 21-10-2013 (by post)
and 07-11-2013 (by hand).
For private candidates, last
date for submission of admission forms with single fee is 30-10-2013 (by
post) and 07-11-2013 (by hand) while forms can be submitted with double
fee till 08-11-2013 (by post) and 19-11-2013 (by hand). The date of
commencement of BA/BSc Annual Examination 2014 will be announced later.
Details are also available at PU website www.pu.edu.pk.
5 PhDs: The Punjab University awarded 5 PhDs here on Wednesday.
According to a press release on Wednesday, the scholars who were awarded
PhDs included Abdul Ghaffar in the subject of Islamic Studies, Abdul
Razaq in the subject of Botany, Salman Ahmad Khan in the subject of
Islamic Studies, Irshadur Rehman in the subject of Molecular Biology and
Shireen Mufti in the subject of English.
radio: A special
transmission entitled "Admission Guide" for guidance of new comers
would be aired on Punjab University Institute of Communication Studies
Radio FM 104.6. In this transmission, special interviews of heads of
various departments will be aired. The news
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PU to purge hostels of outsiders, says VC
Lahore: Punjab University Vice-Chancellor Dr Mujahid
Kamran has said the administration has decided to clear university
hostels of outsiders and police help will be sought in case of
He said security arrangements at hostels on campus were being
improved and CCTV cameras would be installed at various points to ensure
vigilance and surveillance of activities of university people and
Talking to reporters here on Wednesday, Dr Kamran said he had
directed all hostel wardens and superintendents to increase vigilance at
entry and exit points.
He also said he did not know about the identity of a suspected
outsider arrested by intelligence agencies from a hostel room two weeks
ago, but claimed student Ahmad Sajjad, who occupied the room, had
allowed the suspect to stay with him.
He claimed the suspect, who had spent three nights at the hostel,
took more than one meal inside the hostel mess, led prayers and moved in
the hostels along with Sajjad, who had not yet cleared his final exams.
The VC said suspended clerk Basharat was changing his statements and
had made a fresh claim that students of a specific group had eight
months ago torn the allotment forms of the room from where the militant
was arrested and threatened the clerk with dire consequences. He said
the room was forcibly occupied by Sajjad who is also an office-bearer of
the Islami Jamiat Tulaba and a student of statistics.
To a question about the vacant post of chief security officer (CSO),
the VC said the varsity was unlucky in having a strict officer for
security. He said it was unfortunate that all CSOs employed in the past
had a soft corner for the IJT. He reiterated that IJT had links with the
Dr Kamran further said another person, Shahzad, who had been nabbed
by security agencies, was not arrested from the university but he was an
Answering a question about weapons found from the grounds near the
university's Hostel No 1 five years ago, the VC said the administration
was never informed of any development by the police afterwards.
He dispelled the impression that he had a brigade of security guards
for his personal security and the VC House and said he did not fear
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IJT gives 'life threat' to PU clerk
Lahore: Punjab University (PU) administration on Friday accused the Islami
Jamiat Talaba (IJT) activists of "presenting" a bullet to an employee of
the varsity and threatening him with life.
administration through its spokesperson condemned the life threats by,
what it termed, the "goons" of Jamiat and maintained that the varsity
administration would not accept any pressure.
spokesperson said that Muhammad Iqbal, senior clerk of the university's
Institute of Communication Studies (ICS) was performing his duties at an
admission stall set up at the institute when at about 12:10pm, a
"rogue" of IJT came to him and asked his name.
activist then handed over a folded tissue paper and said: "This is
something for what you are doing". Iqbal opened the tissue and found a
bullet of pistol. The spokesman said IJT hooligans were continuously
threatening and harassing not only senior teachers but female teachers
as well. The spokesman said that such negative tactics of IJT could not
pressurize PU administration.
Meanwhile, a statement
issued by the ICS alleged that IJT's Hafiz Luqman (expelled student) and
Abdul Qadeer (a student at PU Law College) had sent the bullet to the
senior clerk. It added the bullet had been handed over to the PU
In a separate press statement, the PU
Academic Staff Association (PUASA) appealed to the leadership of
Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) to stop supporting, what it termed, 'hooliganism'
of IJT. The ASA also asked the JI "not to be tyrant for the children of
poor parents who are studying at PU."
body of Punjab University teachers asked the JI why it did not set up
IJT offices in its own educational institutions. The ASA asked the JI if
it was conspiring against the children of the poor, so that they
stopped taking admission to the PU, thus benefiting their (IJ's) private
educational institutions. The ASA said that the average annual fee of
the Punjab University was around 20,000 while JI's private educational
institutions' fee was greater manifold.
whenever efforts were made to purge the university of non-student
elements, the IJT resisted. When an action was taken against the latter,
the Jamaat-e-Islami leaders always defended it They said that Academic
Staff Association had always condemned activities of student wings of
all political parties and played its role to maintain quality education
and promotion of research environment at the university. An IJT
statement issued here categorically denied hurling life threats and
presenting bullet to the ICS employee, terming the same "a pack of
lies". The news
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Lahore : The Punjab University has declared the results of LLB Part-I
annual examination for 2013, M.Phil Applied Geology session 2011-13, BS
Home Economics Part-I, II (first year) examination for 2013 and BSc Home
Economics third year (old scheme) annual examination for 2013. Dawn
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