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GCU follows KC in banning jeans
Lahore, May 06: Following the 'no jeans' dress code at Kinnaird College, the Government College University Lahore has prohibited its students from wearing jeans and other 'inappropriate' dresses. A notice board to the effect has been placed outside the college. GCU Registrar Faisal Khursheed said the restriction was a combination of security measures and the college's rules as mentioned in the prospectus. Daily Times

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Punjab University approves four topics for PhD
Lahore: The Punjab University Advance Studies and Research Board (AS&RB) has recommended approval of four topics for PhD. Two of the topics were related to communication studies, one of education and one of medicine. The meeting was chaired by PU Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran while controller of examinations, registrar, deans of various faculties and directors/chairmen of different departments also attended.

PU function
Lahore: In connection with the World Press Day, the PhD Forum of Punjab University's Institute of Social and Cultural Studies (ISCS) has arranged a special function on "Common Sense and Intelligentsia" on Wednesday (today). The News

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LHC orders test of packed milk from UVAS, PU laboratories
Lahore: Justice Mian Saqib Nisar of the Lahore High Court (LHC) on Tuesday ordered a three-member committee to collect samples of packed milk from different parts of the city and send them to laboratories of the University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) and the Punjab University (PU) for tests. The judge also directed the officials of both laboratories to appear before the court on May 19 with the test reports. The judge issued the directions while hearing a petition by Dr Muhammad Yaqoob Bhatti, of the Watan Party. The petition claimed about 80 percent milk being sold in the city was adulterated. Daily Times

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Seminar on entrance test
Lahore: A leading entrance test training institute organised a seminar at Aiwan-e-Iqbal on Tuesday.

A large number of students and their parents attended the seminar and termed the event an excellent opportunity to know about the test for admission to professional educational institutions.

Abid Wazir Khan and Salman Maqsood spoke on the occasion.

They highlighted various techniques required for attempting an entrance test, saying students should adopt balanced approach for preparing the test.

"The students while attempting entrance test should neither be overconfident nor less confident", advised Salman Maqsood.

He further said students should not plan for future while keeping only one option in mind so that they might not waste precious time. "Proper planning is certainly essential for a better future", they added.

The speakers further said a candidate must solve a question first over which he/she had a command so that other questions should be given proper time.

They advised the parents of the students that before admission they should make it sure that degree of the particular institute was recognized or not. A question-answer session was also held in the end. The News

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Pak student wins acclaim
Lahore: Umair Azam, a law student at the University College Lahore, is the only student to be representing Pakistan at the prestigious Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany. He is one of the 3000 students from all over the world who participated in an International Essay Competition held under the auspices of the German Foreign Ministry. Umair will now be travelling to Thuringia, Germany tomorrow (Thursday) for a 10-day trip where he, along with other winners, will be attending a conference at the Ilmenau University where PhD professors will talk about human rights after which the students themselves will be asked to speak on different topics. The students will also be given a day's tour of the city. Daily Times

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