UET convocation postponed | PU results

UET convocation postponed due to unavoidable reasons
Lahore, June 13: The 19th convocation of the University of Engineering & Technology (UET) Lahore has been postponed once again.

Earlier, the UET administration had announced that the convocation would be held on May 23, 2009. However, it was postponed due to unavoidable reasons.

Later, the varsity administration announced to hold the event on June 13. However, a statement issued on Friday stated that the 19th convocation of the UET scheduled to be held on 13th has been postponed due to unavoidable reasons. A number of UET students criticized the varsity administration for being unable to organize the important event saying students and their parents wait a lot for the day when degrees are conferred on the students.

When contacted, UET deputy registrar (PR) Muhammad Irfan said the convocation was postponed as the Chancellor/ Governor was not available.


Post your comments



PU announced various exams' results
Lahore: The Punjab University Examination Department declared the results of various examinations on Friday.

These exams include MPhil Physics, Session 2003-2005, BSc (Hons) Environmental Sciences (Self Supporting), Semester System, Session 2002-2006, BSc Mathematics, Semester System, Session 2006-2008, MA Education (Elementary), Semester System, Session 2005-2007, MA Education (Secondary), Semester System, Session 2005-2007, MEd (General), Semester System, Session 2005-2006, MSc Geographical Information System (Spring 2005), Semester System, Session 2005-2007, Master of Information & Operational Management, Semester System, Session 2003-2005, Master of Information & Operational Management, Semester System, Session 2004-2006 and MS Chemistry, 2-Year Programme, Semester System, Session 2007-2009. Detailed results are available on PU website www.pu.edu.pk.

525 PU employees get papers
Lahore: A Ceremony in connection with distribution of certificates to regularise 525 employees of BPS-1 to BPS-7 of the Punjab University was held at New Campus on Friday.

Addressing the ceremony, PU Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran said self-accountability, hard work and honesty were very essential to put the system of the institutions as well as the country on the right track.

"A society, which follows rules and where justice is provided to individuals, always prosper," he said.

The VC congratulated the employees and directed them to facilitate students and teachers.

PU Registrar Prof Dr Muhammad Naeem Khan said the employees were playing a major role in the administrative and examinations' affairs.

"The employees facilitate over 30,000 students in 300 examinations, which should be appreciated," he said, adding that if 8,000 employees of the university did work with more commitment, the PU could win good ranking among the international universities.

Additional Registrar Prof Dr Aurangzeb Alamgir, Controller Examinations Prof Zahid Karim Khan, other officials and a large number of employees were present.

The employees who were regularised included junior clerks, naib qasids, gardeners, sanitary workers, sweepers, guards, junior KPOs, linemen, watchmen and attendants. The News


Post your comments spacer

spacer

Post your Feedback about information available on this page.

RCH13MON