Punjab university new website | UoE clash

PU VC inaugurates new university website
Lahore, May 17: Punjab University (PU) Vice Chancellor (VC) Professor Dr Mujahid Kamran, on Monday, inaugurated a new website relating to the university in his office Committee Room at the New Campus.

The website had been made by the PU Information Technology (IT) Centre. Registrar Professor Dr Muhammad Akhtar, Planning and Development Director Tariq Majid Qureshi, College of Information Technology Principal Dr Syed Mansoor Sarwar, External Linkages Director Maria I Maldonado and IT Director Imran Qureshi were also present on the occasion. IT Deputy Director Mujtaba Ali Goundal along with his teammates briefed the VC regarding the features of the new website and said, "The new website is totally dynamic and has been developed using latest web technologies." Daily times

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Lahore: Punjab University Examinations Department has announced the results of LLB, Part-I & Part-II, Supplementary Exam 2010, MSc Home Economics, Part-II, Annual Exam 2010 and PGD in Dietetics, Annual Exam 2010. Detailed results are also available at PU website. The nation

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Students injured in clash at UoE
Lahore: University of Education on Monday once again witnessed violence when two student organisations clashed at its Township campus.

Activists of Insaf Students Federation (ISF) of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and Islami Jamiat Talaba (IJT) of Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) clashed, which left some students injured.

Jamiat claimed some outsiders (ISF) wanted to take control of the campus while ISF claimed it had set up a camp to register new members, which annoyed IJT activists, who attacked their camp. They alleged IJT activists resorted to violence when ISF activists refused to wind up the camp.

ISF spokesman Musa Ghaznavi said the injured included Gulraiz, Umer and Sabeeh ul Hasan who were rushed to Jinnah Hospital by Rescue 1122.

IJT spokesman Ahmad Shaheen said ISF activists wanted to take control of the University of Education campus and had tried so in the past too. The local police arrived at the scene and arrested some of the students of both the groups.

A press release said ISF Punjab President Farrukh Habib, Lahore president Muhammad Usman and others reached there and strongly protested against IJT hooliganism. They demanded of the Punjab government to take action against the culprits and register FIR against them.

When contacted Township police station, a Moharar Naveed on duty said over a dozen students belonging to both the groups were taken into custody, adding meeting between both the parties was going on at the police station and no FIR had been registered yet.

No FIR has been registered till filing of this report. PU results: The Punjab University announced results of different examinations on Monday.

According to a press statement, the exams are: LLB Part-I and Part-II, Supplementary Exam, 2010, MSc Home Economics, Part-II, Annual Exam 2010 and PGD in Dietetics, Annual Exam, 2010. The detailed results are available at PU website www.pu.edu.pk. The news

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Education University becomes battleground
Lahore: Authorities on Monday closed down University of Education, Township Campus for an indefinite period, following the activists of Islami Jamiat Talba attacked Insaaf Students Federation, triggering a clash, which left over a dozen students injured. The police have arrested more than 40 activists of the IJT but no case was registered till late Monday night.

Eyewitness said that the students of ISF set up membership stall at the campus and were busy in registration of students when more than 400 activists of IJT appeared and attacked the ISF students. Police sources said that the University of Education situated at College Road is facing worst mismanagement as no vice-chancellor is currently posted there.

Panic gripped the entire campus while the girl students ran towards safer places, shortly after the IJT activists attacked the ISF students. The IJT activists badly thrashed, punched, and kicked the ISF students, leaving many of them injured.

Meanwhile, police contingent also reached the spot and arrested dozens of students and activists of IJT. The police also managed to disperse the students from the campus while the authorities have closed down the campus for an indefinite period. Further investigations were underway.

Meanwhile, some three unidentified accused shot injured a eunuch at Fazal Park located in Shahdara Police precincts on Monday. The injured was identified as Deeba, a resident of Fazal Park, in Chowki Begum Kot Area. As per details, Deeba was at his home located in Fazal Park, when three armed men, equipped with weapons forced their entry into the house of eunuch and tried to loot valuables over which Deeba offered resistance resultantly intruders opened fires due to which the eunuch received two bullets injuries while intruders escaped without looting valuables from the house. Some locals after hearing the bullet shots gathered at crime scene and they with the help of rescue officials rushed injured Deeba to the Mayo Hospital where the doctors stated the condition of eunuch was out of danger. No case was lodged against anyone till filing of this report. The nation

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GCU holds reunion gala for alumni
Lahore: Botanists from all across the country gathered at the reunion gala of the Alumni Association of the Government College University's (GCU) Botany Department held at the GCU Bokhari Auditorium Lawns.

GCU Vice Chancellor Professor Dr Ikramul Haq was the chief guest of the event, which was marked by light music performances and poetry recitations by the faculty members as well as alumni of the GCU Botany Department.

Addressing the audience at the reunion gala, Professor Ikramul Haq said, "The importance of a teacher as an architect of our future generations demands that only the best and the most intelligent and competent members of our intelligentsia be allowed to qualify for this profession."

Separately, the GCU alumni paid tribute to their teachers who taught them at the GCU and played an immense role in their character development. At the end of the ceremony, GCU Botany Department Chairperson Dr Zaheeruddin entertained the audience by singing a song on the special request of his former students. Daily times

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RBISE faulty website perturbs students
Rawalpindi: The faulty online system of the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Rawalpindi, has created problems for managements of private schools to get registered students of class 9.

The managements of private schools have asked the concerned authorities to extend the last date for registration and solve the problem of the website. Many principals of private schools said that online registration system of the BISE is again out of order which is creating problems in registration of students.

They said that the last date for submission of registration forms is May 31, whereas the website of the board is not working properly. They added that it is impossible for them to submit forms of students because of the fault in the website. "The board should accept forms manually to overcome the problem of registration of private school students and extend the date for registration," they said.

The principals said that the online system is good, but the website should be updated and it should have no fault. Not only students but also their parents are worried about registration for the examination.

When contacted the official spokesman of the BISE, Arsalan Cheema, he said that there is load on the website. For this reason, private schools are facing problems in online registration. "We have suggested them to complete online forms in the evening or night." He said: "We have introduced online registration system, therefore, we cannot accept registration forms manually."

The private school managements are facing problems because their staffers don't know how to fill in online forms. "We are trying our best to make our online system strong and easy for everyone," he added. The news

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