FPSC announces CSS-2008 result
Islamabad, Mar 12: The Federal Public Service Commission announced the result of Central Superior Services (CSS) examination of 2008 on Wednesday, declaring 684 candidates successful. Daily Times
Punjab University awarded PhD degrees
Lahore: Punjab University has awarded PhD degrees to Zeeshan Ali, Zahid Ahmad, Muhammad Nawaz, Muhammad Abdul Qayyum and Habib-ur-Rahman. Zeeshan Ali S/o Muhammad Yaqoob Raie has been awarded PhD in the subject of Chemistry after completion of his thesis entitled 'Lipid Studies of Mangifera Indica Kernel For Industrial Exploitation'. He completed his thesis under the supervision of Punjab University Institute of Chemistry Dr Hamid Latif Siddiqui. Zahid Ahmad S/o Muhammad Fazal has been awarded PhD in the subject of Mathematics after completion of his thesis entitled 'Gravitational Collapse: A Key Issue in General Relativity'. He completed his thesis under the supervision of Punjab University Department of Mathematics Prof Dr Muhammad Sharif. Muhammad Nawaz S/o Sardara has been awarded PhD in the subject of Islamic Studies after completion of his thesis entitled 'Izzuddin Abu-ul-Aziz Ibn Abd-us-Salam's Theory of Objectives of the Shari'ah (Research & Analysis)'. He completed his thesis under the supervision of Punjab University Sheikh Zayed Islamic Centre (SZIC) Dr Muhammad Ijaz. Muhammad Abdul Qayyum S/o Khuda Bakhsh has been awarded PhD in the subject of Islamic Studies after completion of his thesis entitled 'Civil Religion (A Critical Analysis)'. He completed his thesis under the supervision of Punjab University Sheikh Zayed Islamic Centre (SZIC) Dr Ishtiaq Ahmad Gondal. Habib-ur-Rahman S/o Abdul Rahman Aziz has been awarded PhD in the subject of Arabic after completion of his thesis entitled 'Sufi Thought in the Poetry of Al-Burai and Iqbal (An Analytical and Comparative Study)'. He completed his thesis under the supervision of Punjab University Oriental College Principal Prof Dr Mazhar Moeen.
GCU fine arts students get 3rd position
Lahore: The student of the Government College University Lahore Fine Arts Department Hafiz Attiq-Ur-Rehamn stood third in calligraphy category and Sulaman Khalid got third position in painting category. The competition on the subject "Peace and Tolerant Society" held at College of Art & Design Punjab University Lahore, more than hundreds participants took part from various institution of Lahore. F.P. Report
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10th convocation: UAAR produces 19 PhDs, 1,138 graduates
Rawalpindi: On the 10th convocation of Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi (PMAS-AAUR), 39 students were decorated with medals and total 1,138 graduate and 19 PhD students were awarded degrees.
Vice Chancellor (VC) Prof Dr Khalid Mahmood Khan presided over the convocation and awarded degrees to students.
He said progress in human resource development had been remarkable last year, during which 19 students successfully completed their PhD courses. He said development projects worth Rs 1.244 billion were in different stages in the university. He said new administration and academic blocks, field labs on a research farm had been built recently.
He said, "It is clear that the future holds great opportunities for you (students). It also holds pitfalls. The trick will be to avoid pitfalls and seize opportunities. You must, like birds, leave behind what you don't need to carry: grudges, sadness, pain, fear and regrets."
He showed concern over financial cuts in higher education development and said, "We fear that sudden financial cuts will put a break on many ongoing projects and ultimately result in escalation of estimated cost".
He said it was a matter of concern that funds had not been released for five projects worth Rs 215.478 million, approved from the Chancellors Block Allocation, for this university.
19 PhDs: The students who were awarded PhD degrees include Ahmad Bilal (Food Technology), Muhammad Ayub Khan (Plant Breeding and Genetics), Muhammad Zameer Khan (Soil Science), Darukhshinda Kokub (Biochemistry), Sumbul Khalid (Biochemistry), Aish Muhammad (Biochemistry), Saima Siddiqi (Biochemistry), Tanvir Ahmad (Biochemistry), Sajid Mehmood (Biochemistry), Badar-uz-Zaman (Botany), Zafar Iqbal (Botany) and Abdul Rab (Zoology), Muhammad Naseer-ud-Din (Education), Sajid Rehman (Education), Ghazala Shaheen (Education), Abdur Rahman Khaleeq (Education), Shahida Perveen (Education), Javed Iqbal (Education) and Umbreen Ishfaq (Education). Daily Times
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