Lahore, May 14: The Punjab University (PU) Examinations Department has announced the written examination date-sheets of BS Home Economics, Part-I (1st Year), Annual Examination 2010, BS Home Economics, Part-I (2nd Year), Annual Examination 2010, BSc Home Economics, 1st Year, Annual Examination 2010, BSc Home Economics, 2nd Year, Annual Examination 2010, BSc Home Economics, 3rd Year, Annual Examination 2010 and BSc Home Economics, Final Year, Annual Examination 2010.
PhD degrees awarded
Lahore: The Punjab University (PU) has awarded PhD degrees to four students in the subjects of Chemistry, Molecular Biology, Arabic and Punjabi, respectively.
Naheed Z Rizvi d/o Sajjad Z Rizvi has been awarded a PhD degree in the subject of Chemistry after the approval of her research thesis titled "To Study the Apoptotic Role of Granzyme H Before and After Chemotherapy of Breast Cancer."
She completed her thesis under the supervision of Prof Dr Saeed Ahmad Nagra, Director PU Institute of Chemistry, while her Co-supervisor was Dr Rukhshan Khurshid, Sr Biochemist, Department of Biochemistry, FJMC, Lahore.
Haiba Kaul d/o Tehmasip Abdullah Salim has been awarded a PhD degree in the subject of Molecular Biology after the approval of her research thesis titled "Identification of a New Locus Involved in Congenital Cataract."
She completed her thesis under the supervision of Prof Dr Shaheen N Khan, PU National Centre of Excellence in Molecular Biology (CEMB), while her Co-supervisor was Dr Saima Riazuddin, Adjunct Professor, CEMB.
Salma Firdous Sehol d/o Ch Saeed Ahmad Sehol has been awarded a PhD degree in the subject of Arabic after the approval of her research thesis titled "Dewan Fazl-ul-Haq Alkhairabadi, Study and Editing."
She completed her thesis under the supervision of Prof Khaliq Dad Malik, Chairman PU Department of Arabic.
Zahir Ahmad Shafiq s/o Bashir Ilahi has been awarded a PhD degree in the subject of Punjabi after the approval of his research thesis titled "Tradition of Translation in Punjabi Literature (Research Analysis)." He completed his thesis under the supervision of Prof Dr Nabeela Rehman of the PU Department of Punjabi. The news
Fatima Memorial College student suicide
Lahore: Fatima Memorial College of medicine and dentistry : terrorism of demonstrators in physiology department and student commit suicide on 29th April 2010.
It's the matter of deep regret that a student of Fatima Memorial College of medicine and dentistry belong to MBBS second year commit suicide after a tolerating two torture from the demonstrators of Physiology who were them self are government medical college graduates and are against private medical graduates.
Dr Mohsin ali cheema is reported to be involve in violent activities and destroyed the internal assessment of students session 2008-2010. He now in university of health sciences in physiology department mphil part one and its so surprising that such mentally unstable people get admission in a university whose vice chancellor is a psychraterist.
When one of the students committed suicide many of the class fellows of Aun Muhammad who were witnessing this event collapsed. Many students in an attempt to save Aun Muhammad try to catch him in a bed sheet and got their ribs and arms broken. Many students have nerous breakdown after watching his suicide attempt.
Mr Aun Muhammad is still admitted in Fatima memorial hospital and he has a broken arm and multiple fractures in pelvic bone.
Dr Mohsin ali cheema is reported to be the relative of the head of department professor shahnaz and he also alter the attendance record of students and prevent their admission to be send to university of health sciences by college. he admit this many time in front of many students who reported this event now to the administration. He also improves the internal assessment which is required to pass the subject of those girls who flirt with him and other are mistreated and insulted by him.
Such kind of doctors should be checked by psychologist and banned from medical profession for life. -By Abid adnan (email@example.com)
Danish Schools to promote quality education: CM
Lahore: Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has said that Danish Schools will not only help promote quality education in the backward areas but they will also result in poverty alleviation, ensuring dignity and respect of students.
He stated this while presiding over a meeting held to review the pace of implementation of Danish Schools and Centres of Excellence projects here on Thursday.
The CM said splendid buildings of schools would be meaningless without quality education, dedicated teachers and basic amenities, therefore, academic facilities to be made available in the schools would be better than those available in premier educational institutions of the country.
He said designs should be prepared for setting up modern libraries in Danish Schools as they were important in the education sector. He said Danish School project had been started from Bahawalpur division and in the first phase, the construction of these schools in Rahimyar Khan, Chishtian and Hasilpur would be completed by October.
Shahbaz said promotion of education was essential for the progress of the country and the Punjab government had taken revolutionary its uplift. He said the Danish Schools project would help polish the talent of the students of backward areas as well as elimination of poverty and ignorance. He said that after Bahawalpur division, the Danish Schools project would start in Dera Ghazi Khan, Attock, Mianwali and formalities had been completed for this purpose.
The chief minister said that in order to maintain a high standard of the schools, a core group, comprising professionals had been constituted for recruitment of teachers, their training and other facilities and its recommendations were in the final phase.
He said a fully autonomous board of governors, comprising locals, would be constituted to run the affairs of the schools which would ensure highly qualified faculty and a high standard of education in the institutions.
He issued direction for establishment of two committees for recruitment of teachers, their training, provision of necessary facilities and considering launching of double shifts in the schools. While reviewing the project of centres of excellence, the CM said Pakistan was a poor country with limited resources, therefore, the project should be advanced in a judicious manner. He said development of education was very important to him, therefore, the maximum funds were being spent for the sector.
Shahbaz further said that the government was implementing a comprehensive programme for provision of health, education, water, transport and other facilities to the masses as soon as possible and a transparent policy had also been adopted for generation of additional resources under which useless and redundant properties were being privatised in various districts. He said it had also been decided that the amount generated from privatisation of properties would be spent only on the welfare of people and poverty alleviation in the same area. He said foreign cooperation as well as philanthropistsí help would also be acquired for centres of the centre of excellence programme.
The CM directed the officials concerned that the Danish Schools System Authority should hold meetings after every three weeks till further orders and visit Rahimyar Khan, Hasilpur and Chishtian for reviewing the pace of progress of the projects. He said he would also preside over a meeting to review the implementation of Danish Schools project.
Members Provincial Assembly, Zaib Jafar, Maj (Retd) Abdul Rehman Rana, Rana Muhammad Afzal, senior member Board of Revenue, secretaries Education and Finance as well as prominent educationists were present.
Danish Schools System Authority Managing Director Yousaf Kamal gave a detailed briefing regarding the project. The news
Student exchanges can help eradicate prejudice: Indian commissioner
Lahore: Sending students on short cultural visits across the border is important in helping erase all present prejudices for the other culture, Indian High Commissioner Sharat Sabharwal said on Thursday.
On a visit to the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) he added that the exchange of students would be a "great learning experience for both the sides".
At the occasion, LUMS Pro Chancellor Syed Babar Ali requested the ambassador to launch collaborative education programmes. He said LUMS students often visit India and Indian teachers also occasionally teach at the university. He hoped that in the future Indian students would enrol at LUMS.
Sabharwal along with Indian High Commission First Secretary Binaya Srikanta Pradhan met with Syed Babar Ali, School of Social Sciences Humanities and Law Dean Dr Ijaz Nabi,
School of Science and Engineering Acting Dean Dr Shahab Baqai, External Relations HoD Sheikh, Ali Hussain and CS faculty members. Daily times