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Punjab university MA, MS, MPhil results

PU announces various exams results
Lahore, March 05: The Punjab University (PU) on Thursday declared results of various examinations. The exams are MS Total Quality Management in Medicine (Semester System) Session 2006-2008, MS Total Quality Management, Semester System, Session 2006-2008, MA Kashmiryat, Semester System, Session 2006-2008, MA Punjabi, Semester System, Session 2007-2009, MPhil Chemistry, Semester System, Session 2006-2008 and PGD in Applied Economics, Semester System, Session 2008-2009.

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PU professor's plea
Lahore: The Lahore High Court on Thursday suspended termination order for Punjab University professor Dr Muhammad Salim and issued a notice to the vice chancellor for March 31.

The petitioner through his counsel contended that he was appointed in the PU Botany Department in grade-21 through a transparent process and his performance was up to the mark. But he received a letter from the university administration on February 28 that his services were no more required.

He said neither a show-cause notice was issued nor any opportunity of hearing was given to him. He said head of the department had held grudge against him and wrote adverse remarks in his annual confidential report alleging that he had violated rules and regulations.

He prayed to the court to set aside his termination orders.

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PhDs degrees awarded
Lahore: The Punjab University has awarded PhD degrees to students in the subjects of Biological Sciences and Arabic.

According to a press statement, Raheela Chaudhry, the daughter of M Y Rahsid, has been awarded a PhD in Biological Sciences. She completed her thesis "Molecular identification of metal resistant ciliates and molecular characterisation of copper metallothionein gene of tetrahymena" under the supervision of Prof Dr A R Shakoori, PU School of Biological Sciences director.

Hafiz Abdul Majeed, the son of Muhammad Siddique, has been awarded a PhD in Arabic after approval of his thesis "Critical study and edition of manuscript khazain-us shurooh." He completed his thesis under the supervision of Prof Dr Zahoor Ahmad Azhar, ex-head of PU Department of Arabic.

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Clash between IJT students and police
Lahore: Students sustained injuries when police allegedly baton charged and fired in the air to disperse the students staging a protest demonstration against interference of government and other elements in the Gulberg College on Thursday.

The Islami Jamiat Talaba (IJT) staged a protest demonstration on Lower Mall in front of Crescent Hostel of the Civil Lines College. The protesters blocked the main road almost for three hours which created traffic problem. Meanwhile, students also stopped a passenger bus on the road for almost for hours.

The IJT in a press statement alleged that police had baton charged and resorted to firing in the air for dispersing students. As a result, two students Zarar and Tahir sustained injuries. The IJT alleged that it was not a new practice of torturing protesters.

The IJT organised protest demonstrations in various colleges of Lahore against the elements that had shot at and injured a student of the Gulberg Collage. Protest on Multan Road was headed by IJT central zone Nazim Mudasar Ahmad. The protesters burnt tyres and blocked Multan Road.

DSP Imtiaz Sarvar on the issue said that the students had created law and order situation by pelting stones on police officials. He added that two cops also sustained injuries in the said incident. To a question, the DSP said that a case had been registered against 150 students with no arrest so far.

The DSP also ruled out any baton charge on students, saying that only two fires were opened in the air to disperse the students involved in pelting stones on cops.

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UHS announces MBBS part-I supple results
Lahore: The University of Health Sciences (UHS) has declared the result of the First Professional MBBS Part-I Supplementary Examination. According to a press release here on Thursday, 637 candidates from 20 affiliated medical colleges appeared.

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UHS board meeting
Lahore: The 41st meeting of the Advanced Studies and Research Board of the University of Health Sciences (UHS) was held here on Thursday. UHS Vice Chancellor Prof Malik H Mubashir chaired the meeting.

According to a press release, the board approved the thesis reports of students of MPhil in haematology, physiology, MS in general surgery, neurosurgery and urology. It also approved panel of examiners for the evaluation of theses of one PhD and four MPhil students.

The reports of committees for accreditation of the Allama Iqbal Medical College, Lahore, to teach MPhil chemical pathology, enhancement in seat allocation for MPhil microbiology at the Rawalpindi Medical College and accreditation of the Services Institute of Medical Sciences, Lahore, to teach MS paediatric surgery and the Armed Force Institute of Cardiology, Rawalpindi, to teach diploma in cardiology were also considered.

The board also discussed the issues of change in criteria for admission in diploma courses and curriculum for MD developmental paediatrics. It also approved synopses for registration of students in various postgraduate courses.

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Action against officials
Lahore: Secretary Higher Education Ahad Khan Cheema said that powers to initiate disciplinary action against officials up to BS-16 of the department would be delegated to Divisional Directors (Colleges).

In a meeting of Divisional Directors (Colleges), he said tuition by teachers of government colleges during college hours had significantly reduced as the tuition centres and academies were being constantly watched by authorities.

The meeting was attended by Additional Secretary (Estb) Ehsan Bhutta, Manager MIS Waqas Ali, Deputy Secretary Mahmood ul Hassan and Deputy Secretary Mukhtar Hussain and Directors of Education (Colleges) from all divisions of the province.

He said it's encouraging that teachers have stopped joining academies during duty hours. However, the campaign in this aspect needed to be continued to combat this social menace effectively.

He directed the divisional directors to make more efforts to curb this menace and submit reports of their inspection/visits of private academies and tuitions centres regularly.

He also directed them to ensure that practicals were being carried out in college labs.

He said public money had been spent on these labs and it was our prime responsibility to make sure that students were benefiting from them appropriately.

Secretary Higher Education asked them availing leaves by teachers without sanction be discouraged and strict action under rules be initiated/recommended to discipline delinquents. He added the department would initiate a summary to chief minister for allowance for administrating posting through Finance Department.

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PEF free education
Lahore: The Punjab Education Foundation (PEF) is providing free educational facilities to deserving students of minorities in 29 districts of Punjab.

According to a DGPR handout, this was stated by the Chief Minister's Taskforce on Elementary Education chairman, Raja Muhammad Anwar, while talking to a five- member delegation led by Pastor Bashir Alam at his office on Thursday. The delegation included educationists from various private sector institutions.

On the occasion, matters relating to the promotion of education at the grassroots were discussed and it was agreed upon that the provision of the education to all the strata is the foremost human right.

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LCWU art exhibition
Lahore: Punjab Education Minister Mian Mujtaba Shuja-ur-Rehman said that students specially girls must utilize their spare time in games, paintings and photography and other extra curricular activities.

He expressed these views at the inaugurate ceremony of art and design exhibition at Tollington Market organised by Lahore College for Women University on Thursday. The news

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