UHS MBBS result: PU, GCU, Hamdard news

UHS declares MBBS result
Lahore, March 05, 2008: The University of Health Sciences (UHS) has declared the result of 1st Professional MBBS Part-I Supplementary Examination 2007. According to a press release issued on Tuesday, 39 students from the Services Institute of Medical Sciences, Lahore had appeared in the exam out of which 37 were declared successful while 58 students had appeared from the Lahore Medical and Dental College and 48 of them were declared successful. Twenty-one students had appeared from the Wah Medical College, Wah Cantt, and all of them were declared successful. Results of students of other medical and dental colleges were also declared. The News

PU promotes 19 Assistant Professors
Lahore: Punjab University has promoted 19 Assistant Professors to BPS-20 keeping in view their long services at the PU. On the instructions of Vice Chancellor Dr Mujahid Kamran, the PU Registrar Office issued seperate notifications on Tuesday.

The APs, who benefited under the decision included those having masters degrees with 17-year service, foreign masters degree with 15-year service and PhD degree with 13-year service.

Masters degree holder APs included Tahira Habib from History Department, Mohammad Zafarullah, Khalid Saeed Butt, Rahat Naveed Masood, Syed Tanveer Rizvi and Safia Farooq from College of Art and Design, Tahir Riaz Chaudhry from Social Work Department, Wasiq Mehmood form Institute of Business Administration, Umaira Shah and Imran Ghani from Library and Information Department, Arif Jamil from Institute of Chemical Engineering, Tasneem Kausar from Geography Department, Mohammad Ahmad from College of Statistical and Actuarial Sciences, Ashfaq Ahmad from Law College, Khalid Mehmood and Syed Naeem from Hailey College of Commerce.

Ph.D. degree holders APs included Dr Afira Hamid form Institute of Communication Studies and Dr Tariq Mehmood from Chemistry Department.

Syed Waqar Ali from Institute of Education and Research (IER) has an American degree of M.Ed. and has been serving for last 15 years is also among the beneficiaries. App

PUASA condemns sacrilege
Lahore: The Punjab University Academic Staff Association (PUASA) strongly condemned republication of sacrilegious caricatures in some Danish newspapers. According to a press statement, general body meeting of the PUASA was held on Tuesday in which the PU teachers condemned the republication of blasphemous caricatures and demanded the government to sever diplomatic ties with countries where newspapers published such sacrilegious caricatures. The News

MoU between Hamdard, univ of Bradford
Lahore: Hamdard University, the leading Private Sector University in the country is entering into an Academic collaboration with the University of Bradford, UK. In this regard, MoU signing ceremony has been scheduled on March 02, 2008. the purpose of the MoU is to foster international relationship through academic and research. Not only the Hamdard University but also the Higher Education sector of Pakistan as a whole will become affordable for the students belonging to middle class. It is an excellent feat being achieved by Hamdard University that will further help strengthen the higher education sector of Pakistan. F.P Report

Rs 3m donation to GCU Library
Lahore: Chairperson of the English Department of Government College University (GCU) Prof Dr Nosheen Khan has donated Rs three million to the GCU Library.

The library will set up a special Amtul-Arifa corner in the library. Amtul Hayee and Arifa Khan were the daughters of Prof M A Khan, former Principal Government College Lahore. The library will purchase books on the topics in the disciplines of History, Political Sciences, Psychology and English Literature.

It is worth mentioning here that Amtul Hayee was the alumni of the History Department of GCU in 1945-1947. Vice Chancellor GCU Prof Dr Khalid Aftab has highly appreciated the donation extended by Dr Nosheen Khan and hoped that the Old Ravians would continue their support to their alma mater for the academic uplift of the institution. The News



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