FG College Convocation | Job fair at NUML

37th Convocation of FG College for Women F-7/2
Islamabad, May 01, 2008: In Pakistan, 85 million people are below the age of 19 years. It is a great opportunity as well as a great challenge for the country. Those nations which have realised that their future lies in their youth are on their way to quick development. In our country, innovation and entrepreneurship is the key for development.
This was stated by HEC Chairman Professor Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman while speaking at the 37th Convocation and Prize Distribution Ceremony of Federal Government College for Women, F-7/2, here on Wednesday.

Dr. Rahman was the chief guest on the occasion, while guests of honour were Dr. Samar Mubarakmand and his wife, an educationist.

The HEC chairman said "We have great expectations from our youth who should be able to create job by themselves. Latest researches have been done in the field of biology, medicine and IT. In Pakistan now students can have access to 23,000 journals, 40,000 e-books - all free of cost. This is a silent revolution that is taking place at least in higher education. He appreciated efforts of Principal Dr. Tayyaba Siddiqui and dedicated faculty members for nurturing students, grooming them and helping them see the light of this day.

He appreciated efforts of the Punjab government with regard to its plan of upgrading colleges to degree-awarding institutions. He congratulated students who received degrees and awarded prizes on their outstanding achievements.

Federal Directorate of Education Director General Brigadier Javed Iqbal Ahmed said that this institution has served as a springboard for students. The Federal Directorate of Education has been providing necessary assistance, be it teachers' training infrastructure or any other facility to the institution. He congratulated students for bringing laurels to the institution and achieving outstanding grades in their studies and co-curricular activities.

Earlier, Principal Dr. Tayyaba Siddiqui said that in this convocation, degrees would be conferred upon 476 graduates, 124 postgraduates while 100 students would receive 'Rolls of Honour' for their outstanding performances in university examinations. She added that the college also received the 'Best Teacher Award' in the subject of Chemistry from the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education for the year 2007.

The principal said that students are the most valued assets and the staff together make up an intellectually rich and diverse learning community with untiring efforts and support of teachers. She said that in order to produce quality staff for university education, college teachers should have the opportunity of personal and professional growth in terms of incentives, awards, training programmes and fellowships. Later, shields were given to the chief guest and guests of honour. The News

Job fair held at NUML
Islamabad: Students of various departments of National University of Modern Languages (NUML) showed interest in the 4th Job Fair held on the campus on Wednesday.

Around 32 companies including banks, NOGS, cellular companies and call centres set up stalls at the Job Fair and interviewed students wishing to join them.

Students of Master of Business Administration (MBA), Good Governance, Information Technology (IT) and English departments appeared for interviews.

Inaugurating the fair, Azizullah, NUML rector, said the university was making all-out efforts to provide latest facilities to the students. Daily Times

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Beaconhouse holds sports day
Rawalpindi: The Beaconhouse Primary School held its annual sports day here on Wednesday. The sports day was declared open by Head Mistress Tehmina Lodhi. The events included flat race, book race, relay, getting-ready-for-school and spoon race. Lieutenant General (r) Dr. Yousaf was the chief guest who gave away prizes to winners of different events. The school choir enthralled the audience by singing heart-warming national songs. The theme of the event was 'Sohni Dharti'. Young stilt walkers amazed spectators by displaying their skill. An interesting musical chairs for teachers was also arranged during the colourful programme. A tug-of-war between junior staff, office staff and male staff members of the school had the children jumping with excitement. The News

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