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BA, BSc exams from April 7
Lahore, Dec 14: The Punjab University has notified that BA/BSc annual examinations for 2011 will begin from April 7.

B.COM: The PU's another notification says B.Com, Part-I, second annual examination for 2010 will begin from Dec 21, while B.Com Part-II second annual examination for 2010 will begin from Dec 22.

RESULTS: The PU on Tuesday declared the results of MA history, MSc zoology and MSc statistics Part-I annual examination for 2010. Dawn

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PU holidays
Lahore: The Punjab University teaching departments, institutes, centres and constituent colleges/schools will remain closed from December 13 to Dec 19, 2010 on account of winter holidays and re-open on December 20. According to a press statement however the departments where semester examinations are in progress may observe winter holidays on termination of their respective semester examinations. The news

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PU practical exams
Lahore: The Punjab University (PU) Examinations Department has announced the schedule of practical exams of different disciplines. BS Home Economics, Part-I (1st year), supplementary 2010, will commence from December 21 and conclude on December 23, 2010, BS Home Economics, Part-I (2nd year), supplementary 2010, will commence from December 21 and conclude on December 24, 2010, BSc Home Economics, 3rd year, supplementary 2010, will commence from December 21 and conclude on December 24, 2010 while BSc Home Economics, final year, supplementary 2010, will commence from December 21 and conclude on Dec 28, 2010.

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Lahore: Punjab University Department of Mathematics Prof Dr Muhammad Sharif has been elected Fellow of the Pakistan Academy of Sciences. According to a press statement, the Pakistan Academy of Sciences is a non-governmental and non-political supreme scientific body of the distinguished scientists in the country. The news

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Notices to two PU teachers for forgery, misconduct
Lahore: The Punjab University vice-chancellor has issued show-cause notices to Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences dean and the Institute of Communication Studies director on charges of misconduct, forgery and fabrication.

Sources say the notices issued to Dean Prof Dr Mugheesuddin Sheikh and Director Dr Ahsan Akhtar Naz say that since there is sufficient evidence against them, why they should not be tried under the Punjab Employees Efficiency, Discipline and Accountability (PEEDA) Act, 2006.

Sources say the notices indicate charges â€" preparation of fake award list for four students and constitution of illegal admission committee for M.Phil admissions for 2009-11 session. Prof Sheikh has also been accused of holding re-examination of two faculty members doing PhD at the institute.

PU Registrar Prof Dr Muhammad Akhtar said that the notices had been issued to both faculty members following an approval of Syndicate members.

A syndicate member, however, said that the case was expected to be discussed in the next Syndicate meeting. He denied that any approval had been sought from him through circulation of a letter in this regard.

Meanwhile, both the faculty members have submitted their replies to the varsity administration.

They said it was unfortunate that some varsity administration officials as well as former ICS faculty members were leaking secret official correspondence to media to influence the final outcome. They said media should also behave responsibly since no charge had been proved against them.

Prof Sheikh said that the administration had not officially furnished them the findings of two inquiries conducted by Prof Dr Amin Athar and Prof Dr Rass Masood Khan.

He said that he had challenged Prof Dr Rass Masood Khan's appointment as an inquiry officer for being junior to him. He saw malafide intentions in both the inquiries because similar cases in other PU departments were never taken up.

With regard to constitution of illegal admission committee for M.Phil, he said the ICS director had constituted the four-member admission committee. He said the varsity administration had never looked into the matter that a non-gazetted research assistant had single-handedly completed M.Phil admissions in the Centre for South Asian Studies.

With regard to preparing fake award list to favour four students, Prof Sheikh said the students' award list was revised on applications seeking improvement in division in the semester system. He also pointed out that the university administration did not conduct any inquiry about the case of granting 20 grace marks to students in the space science department in a number of examinations. Dawn

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Boards replies sought on Form-B
Lahore: The Lahore High Court on Monday once again sought replies from the boards of intermediate and secondary education by January 17 over the question that why they had made mandatory submission of Form-B at the time of studentsí enrolment for matriculation.

Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed was hearing a petition challenging the power of National Database and Registration Authority (Nadra) to charge fee for providing services to citizens like issuance of Form-B, national identity cards and birth certificates.

The judge had already sought replies but the same were not filed, however, a law officer assured the court that replies would be submitted by the next date of hearing.

Petitioner-lawyer Muhammad Azhar Siddique pointed out that in Pakistan, people could easily manage to get fake identity cards and passports due to various flaws in Nadra system. He also pointed faulty system of Nadra, saying the authority had issued birth certificate of Faisal Shahzad, a Pakistani origin US national, who was arrested by US for his involvement in Times Square incident. He said Faisal was born in the US to his Pakistani parents.

Azhar Siddique had taken plea that Nadra was charging fee throughout Pakistan for issuance of origin card, national identity card, registration of births, deaths, marriages and deaths and registration of minors in Form B. The news

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14 UET students expelled
Taxila: The administration of University of Engineering and Technology (UET) Taxila on Friday closed university for ten days and evicted students from hostel after the tension prevailed in campus following clash between two rival groups on Thursday.

The university administration also expelled 14 students on charges of breaching university discipline.

Sources said the discipline committee on Friday carried out investigation into the ugly incident and recoded the statements of the students who were involved in the clash which led to spoiling the otherwise calm and peaceful atmosphere of the university. The probe committee also recorded the statements of four students of the two rival groups who received multiple injuries as a result of the clash.

The statement of first year girl student of civil engineering department, who was main bone of contention between the two groups were also recorded. Those who were expelled on the recommendation of the discipline committee were Mohammad Imran, Saqib Ahmed, Abdul Bassit, Bilawal Mehmood, Mohammad Zaheer Abbass, Kashif Shahzad, Faiz Hussain, Mohsin Majeed, Fasih Masood, Ali Luqman, Yasir Pervaiz, Ahsan Javaid, Azam Sajjad and the girl student.

Heavy contingent of police equipped with anti riot gear and teargas shells were present all the day around the university campus to avert any untoward students and to assist university administration.

Chief Security Officer of UET Taxila Dr Akmal Hussain while talking to this reporter said that the university had been closed for ten days to keep the situation on university campus under control. He said that hostel had also been vacated as preventive measure. He said that 14 including a female student had been expelled on Friday from the university on the recommendation of the university's discipline committee.

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On-campus professional development day at GCU
Lahore: The Career Guidance and Placement Centre of the Government College University arranged 'On-Campus Professional Development Day' on Thursday to sensitise and educate its final-year students and Old Ravians about the best higher education opportunities.

Training workshops, presentations and other activities were organised in collaboration with the United States Consulate in Lahore and the United States Educational Foundation in Pakistan (USEFP) to mark the day.

US Consulate Public Affairs Officer Jennifer Larson advised the students to keep in view the diversity on campuses while choosing a university for higher education aboard.

"Education is not only about the courses you study and the examinations you take; it is also about the tolerance you learn and the relationships you build while studying in an environment of ethnic and religious diversity," the US diplomat said while recalling her stay at the International House at University of California, Berkeley, where she studied among 300 students of 60 different countries that had changed her entire life.

Lahore Consular Officer Jason Rief said that the United States had been granting incredible amount of visas to Pakistani students every year. He ruled out that there was any upper limit of granting visas to Pakistani students.

"They grant as many visas as many eligible and genuine students apply every year. The key to obtain United States visa is to be precise, clear and accurate in your applications and only provide those documents which are required," he said.

He advised the students only to rely on official websites of the US Consulate and the USEFP as the rest of internet websites were full of rumours, having nothing to do with reality.

USEFP senior adviser Mehreen Noon briefed students about writing personal statements for admissions to foreign universities. The statement should not comprise of academic and professional records as it was evident from transcripts and other certificates. She advised the students not to portray themselves as perfect students and human beings. "The admission committees prefer the people who are also honest towards their weaknesses," she said while explaining the methods to make personal statement interesting to read.

Ms Noon believed that the introductory paragraph should be like hook which make others read the second paragraph and pull them to third and fourth ones.

USEFP adviser Luban Anwar made a presentation on "Roadmap to graduate study in United States."

USEFP education adviser Rukhsana Monnoo said 165 students went to the United States last year for high education on Fulbright Scholarships. She said new priority areas for Fulbright Scholarships would be education management, agriculture, journalism, English teaching and economic development. Dawn

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