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PU BA/BSc Annual Examination 2010 from April 14

BA/BSc exam from 14th
Lahore, Apr 08: Punjab University BA/BSc Annual Examination 2010 will commence from April 14, 2010. A press release here on Wednesday said roll number slips for the exams have been dispatched to all candidates through registered mail on their addresses. If any candidate has not received his slip, he/she can receive the slip from Room No. 129, Admin Block New Campus till 13-04-2010. According to the date sheet, the exam will commence from 9:00am to 12:00noon (Morning shift) and 2:00pm to 5:00pm (Evening shift) while on Friday evening shift paper will be conducted from 3:00pm to 6:00pm.

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"Here it comes again dont know what would i do this year.. well the answer is simple, will do the same which is to mentally prepare myself to appear next"
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PU date sheets
Lahore: The Punjab University Examinations Department has announced the revised practical examination date-sheet of first professional, Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm-D), 2nd Annual Examination 2009 and written and viva voce date-sheet of postgraduate diploma in International Affairs, Annual Examination 2009. Now practical exam of first professional, Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm-D), 2nd Annual Examination 2009, will commence from April 12 and conclude on April 15, 2010. The written exam of postgraduate diploma in International Affairs, Annual Examination 2009, will commence from April 29 and conclude on May 11, 2010 while viva voce exam will be held on May 15, 2010. Detailed date-sheets are also available on PU website

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PU teachers hold protest rally against IJT
Lahore: The Punjab University Academic Staff Association, headed by its acting President Dr Abdul Ghaffar and Secretary General Prof Javed Samee, held a protest rally against the Islami Jamiat Talaba from the PU Institute of Chemical Engineering and Technology to the New Campus bridge on Wednesday.

The protesting teachers were carrying placards and banners inscribed with slogans against the IJT. Earlier, in its general body, the PUASA decided that all the faculty members of the association would bring out a protest rally from the PU College of Art and Design, Old Campus, on both sides of The Mall Road without blocking the traffic to express solidarity with their colleague Prof Iftikhar Baloch, who was tortured by IJT activists.

Meanwhile, presiding over a joint meeting of all the university deans, heads of departments, college principals and teachers in Al-Raazi Hall, New Campus, PU VC Mujahid Kamran said he was doing his utmost to uphold the honour and dignity of teachers.

According to a press release, Dr Kamran said the solidarity expressed by civil society, media and bureaucracy with Prof Iftikhar Hussain Baloch had proved that the public still respected the teaching fraternity. He said the repeated incidents of lawlessness at the hands of the IJT workers had forced the faculty to launch protest for indefinite period.

He said the PU administration had no prejudice against any particular student union, rather it was only endeavoring for the maintenance of peace on the campus and wanted action against the violators of law. He said the disciplinary committee entrusted with the task to deal with delinquent students was independent in making its decisions.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr Jamil Anwar, Dr Mughees-ud-Din Sheikh, Dr Hafiz Muhammad Iqbal, Dr Shaukat Ali, Dr Sajid Ali, Prof Shaista Sonnu Sirajuddin, Dr Ahsan Akhtar Naz, Dr Zafar Iqbal Jadoon and Prof Javed Khokhar said they would not return to classes unless the culprit nominated in the Prof Dr Iftikhar Baloch FIR and those residing unlawfully in university hostels were arrested.

Meanwhile, Prof Dr Iftikhar Hussain Baloch, in a press release, expressed gratitude to his colleagues, educationists, relatives, students and leading social and political figures who had inquire after him. The news

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Police raid PU hostel, arrest two IJT activists
Lahore: Muslim Town Police raided the Punjab University (PU) Hostel No 1 on Wednesday and arrested two Islami Jamiat Taliba (IJT) activists who were allegedly involved the lethal attack on PU Disciplinary Committee's Head Professor Dr Iftikhar Baloch.

According to sources, PU Resident Officer Shahid Gull informed the police that some IJT activists were residing at the hostel. Around 50 police personnel raided the hostel and arrested Hanaan Nafees and Kashif Zulqurnain, students of the PU Institute of Communication Studies. PU IJT Nazim Hasaan Bin Salman said the students who had been arrested by the police were not involved in any criminal activity. PU Assistant Security Advisor Muhammd Shaukat said the activists who had been arrested were involved in the attack on Dr Baloch.

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BNU stalls decision to merge departments
Lahore: The administration of the Beaconhouse National University (BNU) has deferred a decision to merge two departments the School of Liberal Arts (SLA) and School of Social Sciences (SSS), learnt on Wednesday.

Earlier, the administration had decided to merge the two departments and appoint a single dean for the combined faculty. But SLA students protested against the decision, saying that their department was not relevant to the SSS in any way. The students told the varsity administration that their concerns should be given due importance, as they were the ones who would suffer at the end.

Considering the students' reaction since the merger was announced last week, the administration notified the students on Wednesday that the merger of SLA and SSS has been stalled and a high-level committee comprising all the deans has been constituted to review the decision.

Hisham Bin Munawar, an SLA student, said that his fellow students were pleased at the decision to stop the merger for now. "It's good that our little protest was noticed by the university, but the problem has not been solved yet. The newly-formed committee has yet to decide the fate of SLA and SSS and the students are concerned about it. It was SLA due to which BNU was being called the first liberal arts university of the country and to merge it with social sciences does not make any sense," he said.

Meanwhile, Hisham also said an exhibition planned by the SLA students scheduled for Friday to showcase their works and "prove their mettle" has been postponed. He said the students had decided to hold the exhibition later as the administration had stalled the merger of SLA. Daily times

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Free vocational training for poor students
Lahore: The Punjab Education Foundation (PEF) will provide free technical and vocational training facilities to students of its partner schools during the summer vacations in 29 districts of the province.

Chairman Chief Minister's Taskforce on Elementary Education Raja Muhammad Anwar while talking to an eight member delegation of private schools supreme council from southern Punjab at his office added its purpose was to enable the poor students to learn practical skills for earning a livelihood, said a handout here on Wednesday.

He said that government was committed to facilitate the private sector in education promotion and for that purpose an autonomous body to be called 'Punjab Private Education Promotion Regulatory Authority was proposed to be set up. He said it would manage the affairs of the private sector schools. It has been proposed to waive off commercial tax of small scale schools, which are 86 per cent of the total private schools in the province. The chairman added that provision of free books to such schools was also under consideration.

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Exhibition at LCWU
Lahore: An exhibition of various products, prepared by the Lahore College Associates (LCA) members, was held at the Lahore College for Women University including the stalls of jewellery, pottery, garments and other handicrafts. The exhibition was inaugurated by President LCA Vice Chancellor LCWU Prof Dr Bushra Mateen.

In the inaugurating address, she said the LCA was a platform for old students of the LCWU to commemorate the golden memories in the LCWU and present their creative skills. She further added that the income generated through this exhibition was spent in various development projects in the university. She mentioned that 'we already have established a computer lab by utilising the income generated from such event. Inkisar Nawaz, senior Vice President LCA, Parveen Gill, Vice President LCA, Shaista Vine, Dr Anjum Zia, Riffat Saqlain, Dr Kausar Cheema, Dr Hamala Khalid and other executive body members were also present. The news

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GCU opens first sustainable research centre
Lahore: The Government College University (GCU) has established Sustainable Development Study Centre (SDSC) at a cost of Rs 25 million, to address Pakistan's sustainability issues through innovative, integrated, collaborative, and trans-disciplinary studies. "The research focus of the department is on highly critical issues such as environmental health, urbanisation, sustainable livelihood, economics of natural resources, conservation and restoration ecology and community development," said GCU vice chancellor Professor Dr Khalid Aftab in his inaugural speech. The Higher Education Commission of Pakistan (HEC) approved Rs 9.975 million in July 2004 in addition to GCU's contribution of Rs 16.025 million to set up the centre. Daily times

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