Matric result on 21st
Lahore, July 02: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Lahore, will announce the results of matriculation annual examinations 2011 on July 21. BISE controller of exams Prof Manzur ul Hassan Niazi said class 10 result would be announced on July 21 while result of class 9 would be announced on August 4. The news
77pc students pass MA exam
Multan: The Bahauddin Zakariya University has declared the result of MA History Part-1 & 11 (Annual System) Annual Examination, 2010 here on Friday. According to the result notification, a total of 142 candidates appeared in the examination out of which 108 were declared successful while 34 failed.
The result of two students will be declared later on. Thus the overall success ratio in this examination stood at 77.14 percent.
The result statistics show that no candidate could secure first division in the examination while 100 obtained second division and eight third. The nation
PU wins research contest
Lahore: Punjab University's College of Information and Technology (PUCIT) has won the first prize in innovative research in all categories and second prize in the category of information systems in the All Pakistan Inter-Colleges and Universities Project and Research Competition.
According to a press statement issued on Friday, more than 300 projects were presented in the areas of electro mechanical systems, information systems, communication systems and digital systems from more than 40 universities.
Dr Arif Mahmood, assistant professor of PUCIT, won the coveted innovative research award. Four BS students of the PUCIT, Muhammad Ahsan, Muhammad Shaban, Fareed Babar, and Waqar Ameen, won the second prize for their project named "Agile Project Management Tool".
Best library award
Lahore: Government College University's library has been honoured with the "Best Library Award" by the International Society for Science and Religion (ISSR).
The GCU library has been selected for the award through a competitive and peer-review process based on present capacity, commitment to research and study in science and religion, institutional support for related projects and original and promising plans for scholarly activity related to the library.
GCU Chief Librarian Abdul Waheed said Government College University Lahore now stood among the top 150 institutions worldwide to have received this honour.
Talking about ISSR, he said it was established in 2002 for promotion of education through support of interdisciplinary learning and research in the fields of science and religion conducted where possible in an international and multi-faith context.
Lahore: University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) organised a certificate distribution ceremony at the end of a two-month training workshop on artificial insemination on Friday.
UVAS Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Muhammad Nawaz hoped that young professionals had learnt latest techniques, including animal heat detection programme and examination of pregnancy to take care of livestock in more effective way.
He said the training workshop always helped hone skill and expertise of professional.
UVAS Dean Faculty of Veterinary Science Prof Dr Nasim Ahmad explained that artificial insemination could bring a big change in improving milk and meat to enhance the economics of northern area.
He gave a challenge to the livestock workers who had completed the two-month training to execute the skills, especially for Hunza, Sakardu, Gilgit and Chitral.
Lahore: Muhammad Mehmood Mallick, a student of a private school, is flying to the USA to attend Senior Space School at NASA's Johnson Space Center at Houston and Florida.
Pak students visit Leeds University
Lahore: A delegation of position holder students, currently on a tour to the European countries, visited the renowned Leeds University of the UK and also met Nobel laureate scientist Kostya Novo Soleve. According to a DGPR handout issued here on Friday, the international officer of Leeds University welcomed the delegation at the university. The news