Punjab University announced B.Com annual exam 2008 results

B.Com results declared
Lahore, Mar 13: Punjab University Examination Department has declared the results of Bachelor of Commerce, Part-I, Second Annual Examination 2008 and Bachelor of Commerce, Part-II, Second Annual Examination 2008. Detailed results are also available at PU website www.pu.edu.pk. F.P. Report

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PU abolishes aggregate system
Lahore: In light of the continuous feedback of the students, the Punjab University Academic Council has decided to do away with the compulsory aggregate system at BA, BSc level. The Academic Council also decided to start supplementary examinations at MA, MSc level in order to save time of the candidates who fail in one or two papers.

The decision was taken in a meeting of the Punjab University Academic Council held in the auditorium of the Institute of Biochemistry & Biotechnology (IBB) on Thursday. Vice-Chancellor PU presided over the meeting while Deans of Faculties, Directors of Institutes and Heads of Departments also attended the meeting. The meeting also decided to revert to the annual system in MA, MSc except of those departments who wish to continue semester system and they have the required set-up, facilities and faculty in this regard.

The meeting also approved syllabi and courses of reading of various disciplines and approved the recommendations of Controller Examinations regarding elimination of 40 per cent aggregate in BA, BSc with immediate effect. Now at BA, BSc level, 33 marks out of 100 will be required to pass every paper. Dawn

PhD degrees awarded
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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Court provides relief to brilliant student
Lahore: An outstanding and internationally recognised female debater and student of Beaconhouse Defence Campus has got status quo from a local court against her expulsion order issued by the principal concerned, wherein she (principal) had expelled her from the school alleging her for involvement in disciplinary violations.

However, student Minahil Sana Qasim who has won more than 250 awards and prizes of study, speeches, debates and sports had claimed that the principal of the school wanted to promote a least qualified student as head girl due to unknown reasons.

The court in its order said before initiating any proceedings against the petitioner an opportunity of hearing should be given to the student and her parents so that any alleged indiscipline on the part of the petitioner may be rectified.

The court order further directed the school administration for provisionally allowing the petitioner to attend her lectures along with other students of equal ranks so that her educational carrier shall not suffer.

According to Minahil, when she along with court orders reached her school security guards stopped her at the main gate. In the meanwhile, administration of school including the headmaster and principal rushed to the gate and called her names. She maintained that Principal Faiqa Jahangir said, "You are no more a student of this school, therefore you can not enter". The Nation

First-ever art exhibition at LCWU opens
Lahore: Faculty members of the Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) Fine Art Department opened the first art exhibition at the university's art gallery on Thursday.

The work displayed was mainly realistic art, including sketches of landscapes. Some abstract and semi-abstract work was also put on display. Over 64 art pieces were put for display and their prices ranged between Rs 6,000 to Rs 130,000.

Morning, a landscape painting by Sadia Arshad, depicted the morning scene in hilly areas. She beautifully depicted the effect of the light that turns green leaves into golden ones. A large number of students viewed the exhibition and the gallery remained packed for hours.

LCWU Fine Arts Department Head Mahmooda Khalid said most artwork was realistic because the college encouraged students to focus on drawing. She said the teachers had worked in traditional techniques to impart drawing training to students. She said the students could learn about modern art by experimenting after acquiring basic drawing skills. She said another exhibition would open at the gallery to display the artwork of the department's students. Daily Times

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