Punjab university announced various results
Lahore, Jan 7: The Punjab University on Wednesday declared the results of BCom, Part-II, Special Annual Examination, 2009, held in Toronto, Canada and Master of Business Administration (Banking and Finance), Morning, Semester System, Session 2007-2009, MPhil leading towards PhD in Statistics, Semester System, Session 2004, MPhil leading towards PhD in Statistics, Semester System, Session 2005, MPhil leading towards PhD in Statistics, Semester System, Session 2006, MSc Computational Physics, 2-Years (Morning), Semester System, Session 2006-2008, MSc Computational Physics, Two-Years (Evening), Semester System, Session 2006-2008, BSc (Hons) Microbiology and Molecular Genetics (Four-Years Programme), Session 2005-2009 (Annual) and Master of Information Technology (Afternoon), Semester System, Session 2004-2006 examinations. Pass percentage remained 100. Detailed results are also available at the PU website www.pu.edu.pk
MSc Applied Geology exam
Lahore: The Punjab University has issued the schedule for submission of admission forms for MSc Applied Geology, 1st Annual Examination, 2009.
According to a press release here on Wednesday, the last date for submission of admission forms with single fee is 08-01-2010 while the forms can be submitted with double fee till 11-01-2010. The exam will commence from January 15.
Detailed schedule is available at the PU website www.pu.edu.pk
UHS announced MBBS Supplementary exam schedule
Lahore: The second professional MBBS supplementary examination of medical colleges of Punjab, affiliated with the University of Health Sciences, will commence from February 16. The news
NCA architecture department won Reubens Trophy
Lahore: The National College of Arts (NCA) has added another feather to its cap by winning the most prestigious award at the National Association of Students of Architecture (NASA) in Chennai, India.
NCA Department of Architecture has won the Reubens Trophy at the annual NASA convention, which is awarded for the best standard of teaching and quality of students in a college.
NASA is one of the largest communities of architecture students in Asia, with over 120 colleges of architecture as members. The colleges participate in this convention each year, which takes place in various cities of India.
Around 4,000 students and faculty members from 120 architecture schools from India and SAARC countries participated in NASA this year.
The event had ten trophies up for grabs, including the Reubens, Louis I Khan, NASA Analysis Trophy, NASA Redesign Trophy, HUDCO and ANDC. The most prestigious trophy is Reubens, which was awarded to 25 students of NCA. Daily times
KC students hold demo
Lahore: Students of the Kinnaird College (KC) along with their parents held a protest demonstration in front of the Chief Minister's House on Wednesday. They were protesting against the physical abuse of students by Dean Naima Khurshid.
The protestors were holding banners and placards inscribed with Go-Dean-Go and other slogans against Dr Naima Khurshid. They registered a complaint against the dean at the CM's Complaint Cell for her alleged physical abuse of female students. They were assured of action after thorough investigation into the matter.
The students claimed that they had pictorial proof of the hideous act of Dr Naima physically abusing a student. The protesting students said the Kinnaird College had always been associated with the most subtle and sophisticated values but the dean's actions were not only effecting the students but the image of the institution at large.
Earlier the students protested inside the college premises in front of the dean's office and chanted slogans against her. The news
GCUF appointment hirings
Faisalabad: Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has initiated a probe into the alleged appointment of blue-eyed people by the acting vice-chancellor of the Government College University Faisalabad (GCUF) and a three-member inquiry committee has taken the relevant record into its custody.
Chief Minister's Inspection Team head Salahuddin Niazi, Higher Education Secretary Ahad Khan Cheema and Faisalabad Commissioner Tahir Husain Shah, who make the committee, on Wednesday recorded statements of GCUF Vice-Chancellor Dr Shahid Mahboob, Registrar Mushtaq Ahmed, Hamid Khalil, Anis Ahmed, Arshad Mehmood and Mudassar Ahmed at Commissioner's Secretariat.
The inquiry committee took into custody the record of selection boards' proceedings, minutes of the syndicate, personal files of the newly appointed people and the employees who were rusticated by the administration.
The committee also seized the record of the university canteen. The government initiated the inquiry on the complaints of university staff Ahmed Salman Mirza and Hamid Khalil.
The latter said in his complaint that Dr Mehboob appointed 53 gazetted and 56 non-gazetted employees within six months and made money through these appointments. Dawn
GCU receives Urdu classic
Lahore: The GC University, Lahore, has received the digital copies of Dastan-i-Amir Hamzah from the Center for Research Libraries, Chicago University, USA.
According to a press release issued here Wednesday, the dastan, comprising about 50,000 p ges, was digitized by the South Asia Microform Project with the support of the American Institute of Pakistan Studies (AIPS).
The dastan, a masterpiece, was compiled in 1558-1573 under Mughal emperor Akbar. It was designed to augment a storytelling performance. The digital copy, was received through the efforts of Dr Asar Ajmal of the GCU's Urdu Department, has been placed in the university's digital library. The news
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