Lahore, July 01: Last date for registration of private candidates, appearing in Punjab University BA/BSc Annual Examination 2012, is June 30, 2011, Thursday (today). The registration forms will be received till 5:00pm in the Registration Branch, Room No. 25, Admin Block, Punjab University, New Campus, Lahore.
PU results: Punjab University Examinations Department has announced the results of MPhil Pak Studies, Semester System, Session 2008-2010, Professional Diploma in Graphic Design, Semester System, Session 2008-2009 & Session 2009-2010, Professional Diploma in Painting, Semester System, Session 2009-2010, Professional Diploma in Textile Design, Semester System, Session 2008-2009, PGD in Human Resource Management, Semester System, Session 2006-2007 and PGD in Business Administration (Evening), Semester System, Session 2008-2009.
Lecture: The Punjab University Department of Gender Studies organised a special lecture on research methodology. According to a press release on Wednesday, the lecture was held for the students who were writing their theses on various issues. Director General Bureau of Statistics Shamim Rafique delivered the lecture. The news
AIOU VC visits Technology Museum
Lahore: Dr. Nazir Songi, Vice Chancellor, Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad visited National Museum of Science and Technology here on Wednesday.
Dr. Mian Muhammad Aslam, Regional Director, Allama Iqbal Open University, Lahore Region accompanied him during the visit. The Vice Chancellor, Allama Iqbal Open University and the Director General, National Museum of Science and Technology Khalid Iqbal Yasir exchanged views on various aspects of science education and discussed future projects and programmes in collaboration between the two esteemed national educational institutions to improve and promote in the public mind and the students, an interest for science and technology and develop a scientific attitude in the masses. The nation
Intra-court appeal filed over VCs appointment
Lahore: A division bench of the Lahore High Court on Thursday (today) will take up an intra-court appeal against dismissal of petitions by a single bench through which appointment of vice-chancellors for six public sector universities in Punjab was challenged.
Dr Hassan Amir Shah, professor of department of physics at the Government College University, Lahore, filed the appeal.
The division bench comprises Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed and Justice Muhammad Ameer Bhatti.
A single bench comprising Justice Nasir Saeed Sheikh on June 24 had dismissed several petitions on the matter declaring that the Punjab government's search committee had been acting lawfully and no irregularities were found in the process of appointment.
VCs' case Judge refuses to hear ICA
Lahore: Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed of the Lahore High Court on Thursday refused to hear an intra-court appeal against the dismissal of petitions by a single bench through which appointment of vice chancellors for six public sector universities in Punjab was challenged.
Heading a division bench, Justice Saeed observed that since he was a member of the Government College University syndicate it would not be appropriate for him to proceed with the case.
He referred the appeal to the chief justice and requested to fix it before any other appropriate bench. Dr Hasan Amir Shah, professor of department of physics at the Government College University, Lahore, filed the appeal through a senior lawyer, Anwar Kamal. Dawn
Pak students in Manchester
Lahore: A delegation of position holder students visited Manchester City during a study tour of United Kingdom. A hand out here on Wednesday, said the tour has been arranged by Punjab Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif. There, the delegation visited British Muslim Heritage Centre, which is a 150 years old gothic style building. The centre provides facilities for conferences, meetings, exhibitions, and social activities. They also attended a reception arranged by the President Pakistan Muslim League-N Ijaz Ahmad Awan. The news
Numl students display artworks
Islamabad: The students of National University of Modern Languages (Numl) displayed their artworks at an exhibition on the campus.
Jointly organised by students and the faculty, over a dozen participants displayed almost 250 items of their artworks in different categories such as regional art and craft, miniature paintings and calligraphic works, oil painting, graphic designing, printmaking and flower arrangements.
"The aim of this exhibition during summer course is to provide students a chance to showcase their artistic talents," said student affair committee member, Shazia Rose.
The participants showcased their works representing Pakistani culture, Muslim art and modern art.
Featuring over 30 artistic items of Mohammad Bilal Qureshi, the exhibition also depicted different aspects of nature through landscapes, flowers, sketch work and figurative imagery. The young artists utilised various media, including water colour, pen and pencil, oil on canvas and collage. "Art is a vast field through which one can see natural things in different angles and I tried to represent my culture and people," said young artist Bilal Qureshi. Sketches of pots and buildings, fantasy figures and contemporary images dominated his paintings in water colours, oil paintings and pencil work.
Amna Butt displayed her textile work and glass painting of Sana Jafri and Sundas decorated the display area while in the discipline of calligraphy the participants worked on dynamic pieces of art influenced by Islamic art.
The highlight of the exhibition was the work done in the field of pencil sketching, oil painting, dry pastels, soft pastels and glass painting and photography, textile designing. The students designed vase, tablecloth, napkins, glass, boxes, rugs, wall hangings and bottles in an innovative way to attract visitors. Dawn