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Free computer training course for labourers
Rawalpindi, Dec 12: The Ministry of Labour and Manpower’s Directorate of Workers Education Regional Centre, Rawalpindi, has organised a free computer training course for labourers working in the industry and their children to equip them with state of the art technology, says a press release issued here on Friday.

The aim behind providing free training to labourers and their children is to provide them quality education without putting extra monetary burden on them. The participants of the training course will be awarded certificates at the end of one-month course.

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High School to be elevated to college level
Rawalpindi: The Punjab government has decided to elevate Muslim High School for Boys, Saidpur Road, to college level for meeting the shortage of male higher education institutions in the city, said District Education Officer (Colleges) Ulfat Mehmood Janjua.

He said students after passing their secondary School certificate examinations find it hard to get admission in government colleges because of their shortage, as only four degree and postgraduate colleges for boys exist in the city, which are unable to meet the number of students.

He said the step for establishing more boys’ colleges in the city was taken on the recommendation of MNA Hanif Abbasi. He said that due to shortage of boys’ colleges, the students have no other option, but to opt for private colleges and they have to pay higher fees.

The plan to elevate level of Muslim High School for Boys to college level was proposed by MNA Hanif Abbasi. He said that school is established on a large piece of land and it can accommodate extra blocks for intermediate and degree level students. He said that initially a block for intermediate classes will be built in the premises of Muslim High School and later the block for degree level classes will also be established.

Similarly, on the directives of the Punjab government, the city district government headed by Commissioner Rawalpindi, Zahid Saeed, DCO Imdadullah Bosal are establishing two more colleges for boys. The work on the degree colleges for boys in Ahmedabad and Dhoke Syedan has been initiated, said Janjua. The estimated cost of the two educational institutions for boys is Rs60 million each.

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Business studies diploma launched
Islamabad: The CONFED School for Professional Studies has launched a two-year Higher National Diploma (HND) in business studies with specialities in finance, marketing and human resource, says a press release issued here on Friday.

CONFED School for Professional Studies Executive Director Yasir Anwar said that the HND is an internationally recognised qualification, which enables students to complete a related bachelor’s degree from the United Kingdom and is offered in around 400 higher education institutes in the UK. The news

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GINI conference
Islamabad: A number of leading international experts and Pakistan’s top educational institutions will gather in Islamabad this weekend to discuss the consequences of increasing insecurity on issues such as governance, accountability and federalism.

During the three-day conference organised by Governance Institutions Network International (GINI), experts from Norway, the United States and Canada will engage with participants from Pakistan’s educational institutions and NGOs to evolve responses to the governance crises facing Pakistan in terms of security, counter-terrorism, poverty alleviation, decentralization and sustainable governance.

The Governance Education Network consists of 24 of Pakistan’s foremost educational institutions including the Higher Education Commission, Beaconhouse National University, Lahore University of Management Sciences, International Islamic University and Quaid-e-Azam University.

‘Governance, Sustainable Growth, Peace and Equity Conference’ will take place from December 13 to December 15 at a local hotel.

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Inter-regional science contest
Rawalpindi: All Pakistan Inter Regional Science Competition 2009 was held at Federal Government Postgraduate College for Women, Kashmir Road on Friday.

Federal Government Educational Institutions (FGEIs) Cantonment and Garrison Deputy Director Colonel Tahir was the chief guest on the on the occasion. GSO-I Lt Col Muhammad Ejaz, College Principal Shaista Zaid and faculty members, teachers and students of the institutions were also present.

The students from FGEI participated in the competition by displaying their models and projects related to the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Computer Sciences.

According to the results, Federal Government Boys College, Karachi Cantt won the first prize in Physics competition, the host college Federal Government Postgraduate College for Women Kashmir Road won the first position in Chemistry competition and Federal Government Degree College for Women Peshawar Cantt won the first position in Biology competition. Daily times

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