Punjab University B.Com admission 2009 schedule
B.Com schedule for admission forms
Lahore, Mar 20: The Punjab University Examination Department has issued the
schedule for submission of admission forms for Bachelor of Commerce (BCom),
Part-I and Part-II, Annual Examination 2009.
Last date for submission of
admission forms for the exam with single fee is April 3 and the forms with
double fee can be submitted till April 10. The BCom, Part-I, Annual Exam 2009,
will commence from June 3 while BCom, Part-II Exam, will commence from June 4.
Meanwhile, the Punjab University Examination Department has issued the
practical date sheets of BSEd, Skill in Teaching, First Professional, 2nd Annual
Examination 2007 and 1st Annual Examination 2008 and BSEd, Skill in Teaching,
Second Professional, 2nd Annual Examination 2007 and 1st Annual Examination
BSEd, Skill in Teaching, First Professional, 2nd Annual
Examination 2007 and 1st Annual Examination 2008, will commence from April 20
and will conclude on April 24 while BSEd, Skill in Teaching, Second
Professional, 2nd Annual Examination 2007 and 1st Annual Examination 2008, will
commence from April 20 and will conclude on April 25. Detailed date sheets are
available on PU website www.pu.edu.pk.
BFA results: The Punjab
University Examination Department has declared the results of BFA (Graphics
Design & Painting), Part-III Annual Examination 2008 and MBBS first
Professional, Part-I Supplementary Examination 2008.
are available on PU website www.pu.edu.pk. The News
PU approves 16 PhD synopses, 14 reports
Lahore: A meeting of Punjab University Advance Studies and
Research Board (AS&RB) held under the chairmanship of Vice-Chancellor Prof
Dr Mujahid Kamran in the committee room of vice-chancellor's office here at New
Campus on Thursday. The meeting solved the cases of PhD scholars sent for review
in the board by PU departments, institutes, colleges and schools have been
In Thursday's meeting, 16 PhD synopsis, 14 reports on PhD theses and 5
panel of examiners for PhD thesis' review were approved. Extension was also
given in one case while 11 miscellaneous cases were also discussed. Among those
who attended the meeting included Prof Dr Jamil Anwar, Prof Dr Javaid Ahmed,
Prof Dr Muhammad Jamshaid, Prof Dr Anwaar A Khan, Prof Dr Muhammad Saleem
Mazhar, Prof Shaista Sonu Sirajuddin, Prof Dr Mughess-ud-Din Sheikh, Prof Dr
Muhammad Ehsan Malik, Prof Dr Hafiz Mahmood Akhtar, Prof Dr Najma Najam, Prof Dr
Haris Rashid, Prof Dr Muhammad Naeem Khan and Prof Zahid Karim Khan. F.P. Report
"is punjab university commencing b.com for private students ."
Name: Shawaiz Tarrar
City, Country: Lahore pakistan
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Name: pallavi sharma
City, Country: india
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City, Country: karachi pakistan
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Name: Mir Jahan
City, Country:GilGit pakistan
"Salam main B.com Part 1 ka student hoon aur regular MAO college main study karta hoon so plz mujhy yeh pochna tha k B.com part 1 k admissions kab ja rahy hain............. plz jaldi batyee ga aur yeh bhi k regular students ki registration kab hoti hai"
Name: BABAR ALI
City, Country: lahore,pakistan
"kya b.com k bad M.A ka imtahan da skta hon jldi btayn"
City, Country: lahore pakistan
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City, Country: pakistan
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Name: malik ali goher
City, Country: lahore pakistan
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City, Country: PAKISTAN
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Name: M Rehan Mughal
City, Country: Faisalabad&Pakistan
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Technical courses popular in rural areas
Lahore: Poverty has its upside too. It has forced even the most
conservative segments of society in Punjab to empower their women to learn
skills through which they could supplement the family income.
It was found that there is great urge even in the remote tribal societies of the
province to learn skills as they now realise that earning livelihood without
skills is almost impossible. These tribal societies have very high incidence of
poverty than other areas of the province.
Tribal traditions, until
recently, discouraged women from working. The attitudes, however, are changing.
Now tribal societies are willing to send their youth irrespective of gender to
learn income generating skills when these were offered by the Punjab Vocational
Training Council (PVTC) in collaboration with the Dera Ghazi Khan Rural
Development Project (DRDP).
The poverty-stricken poor tribal areas of DG
Khan and Rajanpur districts were selected for this purpose.
Vocational Training Council will train 700 people in five VTIs of DG Khan and
Rajanpur districts. The DRDP would bear the monthly fee of Rs 3,000 per trainee.
It would also pay a stipend of Rs 1,000/- per month to the each trainee. The
DRDP will also provide a tool kit to trainees on successful completion of
The Punjab Vocational Training Council has accorded admission
to 693 trainees in its vocational training institutes established in DG Khan,
Taunsa Sharif, Fazilpur, Jampur, and Dajal.
The classes commenced from
March 12.The number of applicants who applied for training was 1,682 which means
that almost 1,000 applicants could not get admission due to lack of seats in
The number of female applicants was 570 out of which
only 297 could be admitted.
The response from females was a pleasant
surprise for civil society and social sector experts who attribute this to the
realisation even in conservative tribal societies that their salvation lies in
empowering their women folk.
They believe that jobs are now available
only to those who possess technical skills and families now realise that both
males and females would have to work to get out of the poverty trap.
girls applied in data base management, dress making, embroidery, and beautician
In DG Khan City, 47 girls applied for data base management
course against 33 available seats and 37 wanted training in dress-making against
33 available seats.
In Taunsa Sharif, 83 girls applied for data base
management course while the institute's capacity was limited to 33. Even in
remote region of Jampur, the number of girl applicants for dress making was 115
while only 33 could be accommodated and 90 girls applied for training in
beautician course against 33 seats.
In Dajalv, 70 girls applied for
admission in dress making course while only 33 were admitted. Another 33 girls
got admission in embroidery course although the number of applicants was
The duration of training is three months and classes will be
conducted in the evening for four hours daily (after regular classes). Curricula
for courses have been developed by the Punjab Vocational Training Council and
approved by the DRDP.
This project will definitely be helpful to
alleviate poverty and will contribute to economic well being of the people of
the area. It will support around 700 families to generate income to meet their
needs and improve their living conditions.
The response from the tribal
belt of Punjab should encourage the federal government to start similar training
programs in other tribal belts of the country. The News
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