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Punjab university MA MSc form submission

PU extended MA, MSc form submission date
Lahore, Dec 19: The Punjab University (PU) Examinations Department has extended the last date for submission of admission forms for MA/MSc supplementary examination 2009 till December 20, 2009.

The MA/MSc Part-I Supplementary Examination 2009 will commence from January 5, 2010. The extension in date has been made to facilitate maximum candidates in order to save their academic year.

The Examinations Department has warned the candidates that those who would not appear in this exam, their one complete chance would be wasted and varsity would not be responsible in this regard.

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FJMC students meeting
Lahore: Students Steering Committee of Fatima Jinnah Medical College (FJMC) has sought a meeting with the Punjab chief minister to brief him on the issues related to the withdrawal of the college's affiliation with the Punjab University (PU).

Addressing a press conference, members of the FJMC's Students Steering Committee said a formal request was made on Friday by submitting an application at the CM's Secretariat. They said students wanted to meet the CM as no government official was ready to listen to them.

They said students wanted to get the issue resolved. FJMC students said they would use available options if the college was not affiliated with the PU by December 22. The news

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Wrongdoings in BZU hiring
Lahore: The Punjab Assembly Public Accounts Committee-II has recommended stern action against the administration of the Punjab University, Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi, and Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, for various irregularities in construction projects and in recruitment.

Syed Abdul Qadir Gilani, chairman of PAC II, told a news conference on Friday that the committee conducted a probe against the BZU vice-chancellor for making 33 illegal appointments in the university without the approval of the competent authority - the chancellor. He said the charges were found to be true.

Gilani said the PAC referred the matter to the chancellor/governor with recommendation of a stern action in the case. APP

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CSAS organized seminar
Lahore: Punjab University Centre for South Asian Studies (CSAS) organized a seminar on East Pakistan Debacle & Our Contemporary Responsibilities.

Prof. Dr. Khawaja Muhammad Zakaria, Former Dean Faculty of Oriental Learning, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Prof. Dr. Syed Riffat Hussain, Chairman Department of Defence & Strategic Studies, Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad and Prof. Musarrat Jabeen, Department of International Relations & Political Science, University of Sargodha, Sargodha were the guest speakers.

Dr Musarrat said that language controversy (which was started in 1948) played a crucial role in the creation of East Pakistan yet India's exploitation in this regard can not be set aside.

Prof. Dr. Khawaja Muhammad Zakaria said that no doubt so many factors led to the debacle of East Pakistan, still it is the need of hour that we as a nation fully realize our responsibilities. The constitution of 1973 must be brought into its original form, he said adding that the leaders of political parties in our country have become like dictators and they own parties as their inherited legacy.

Thus the political parties should develop a democratic attitude within the parties. Prof. Dr. Syed Riffat Hussain said that the concept of power sharing needs to be understood. The implications of six points of Mujeeb are important even to this date, as Balochistan is a clear example of this case, if we replace natural resources of Balochistan by Jute.

He said that the youth should become pro-active and should not lose their sense of purpose and faith. Prof. Dr. Muhammad Saleem Mazhar, the Director Centre for South Asian Studies also spoke. He said that only those nations are successful in the world which learnt from their history.

It is the high time that we should learn lesson from our past mistakes in order to have secure future. Several faculty members, M.Phil and Ph.D scholars of various disciplines also attended the seminar. F.P Report

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Lecture at PUCAD
Lahore: Eminent scholar and humanist Ahmad Javaid visited Punjab University College of Art & Design (PUCAD) the other day. In his lecture at the college, he highlighted many forgotten aspects of religion stressing the important role of aesthetics in Islam.

He said God is beautiful and His creations are constructed on the grids of ideal balance, harmony and aesthetics. At the end, College Principal Prof Rahat Naveed Masud thanked the guest.

Faculty members and a large number of students attended the lecture and highly appreciated it. PPI

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UVAS to introduce online examination system
Lahore: University of Veterinary & Animal Sciences (UVAS) has claimed to be the first ever public sector university of the country to introduce online examination system.

According to a press statement issued here Friday, the mid-term exam for Winter Semester 2009 was successfully conducted from December 7 to 14.

Despite very limited IT resources, about 2,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students from 7 degree programmes undertook the exams both at the varsity's City and Ravi Campus Pattoki without any major problem. The news

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