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UET Entrance test | PU dengue drive

UET entrance test
Lahore, Aug 09: University of Engineering & Technology (UET) here on Wednesday issued schedule for Combined Entry Test for admission to engineering institutions of Punjab for BSc Engineering and BSc Technology programmes. Candidates can fill the Entry Test Application online from August 13, which available at while the entry test fee of Rs 350 may be deposited in any online HBL branch in Pakistan. Documents to be attached with the entry test application include photocopies of CNIC or computerized B Form issued by NADRA, two passport size photographs.

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Nursing results
Lahore: The LGH Nursing School has produced 100 per cent results repeating its past performance this year.

A student of the fourth class, Zobia Amin, has secured first position while Farh Jehangir and Sobia Rafiqe got second and third positions respectively.

A press release here on Wednesday said the position holder students, while commenting on their success, said that they dedicate their achievement to ex- Principal Ishrat Ishaque, their parents and hard working teachers who taught them with a great sense of dedication.

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PU students in dengue awareness drive
Lahore: Punjab University (PU) students will voluntarily participate in the Punjab government's ongoing awareness campaign regarding dengue fever in order to sensitize people of the disease.

This was decided in a meeting regarding dengue awareness campaign at committee room here on Wednesday.

PU Vice-Chancellor Mujahid Kamran chaired the meeting while Chief Social Mobilizer Shaista Pervaiz Malik, Acting Registrar Dr Aurangzeb Alamgir, Chairman Department of Zoology Dr Muhammad Akhtar, Dr Saeed Akhtar, Member Syndicate Shumaila Gul and Student Advisor Prof Dr Rafique Ahmed attended the meeting.

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USDA delegation offers help to UVAS
Lahore: The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) offered to collaborate with University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) in meat production, dairy genetics, food safety and hygiene, training of master trainers in animal production and emergency response during natural calamities.

In this regard, a five-member USDA delegation called on UVAS Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Talat Naseer Pasha on Wednesday and discussed prospects of enhancing meat production in Pakistan for export purposes.

The delegation led by Agriculture Counsellor Richard Todd Drenman comprised US Consulate Lahore Economics Officer Frank P Talluto, Economic Officer Emerita Torres, Senior Agriculture Officer Shafiq-ur-Rehamn and economic specialist Shahid Abbas.

The US Agriculture Counsellor said US government wanted to improve the dairy potential of indigenous breeds and work together with Pakistan to improve the animal genetics.

For the purpose, he said, the government was interested in developing sustainable linkages between Pakistani and US institutions.

Earlier, Prof Dr Talat Naseer Pasha briefed the delegation about academic, research development and extension activities of UVAS.

He also discussed with them the prospects of development of livestock sector and suggested collaborations between the two countries to benefit from each other's expertise and the latest technologies in veterinary sector.

He said Pakistan was lagging behind in animal production expertise. "If we develop collaboration with the USDA, the export potential can be increased to access the Middle Eastern, Malaysian and Indonesian markets," the VC said, adding that Pakistan had the best buffalo breeds in the world and 67 per cent milk was being produced from these.

But, he said, there was no offspring testing programme and lack of awareness about selection of best bulls for breed improvement, which was causing low productivity of dairy animals.

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GCU condolence
Lahore: The Old Ravians Union (ORU) has extended condolences on the sad demise of poet and Old Ravian Shahzad Ahmed. In a press release on Wednesday, the ORU prayed for the departed soul. The news

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