Punjab university issued date sheet of MPhil Dentistry part-II
Lahore, Oct 3: Punjab University (PU) Examination Department has issued the written date sheet of MPhil Dentistry, Part-II (Four-Year Scheme), Annual Examination 2008. The exam will commence from October 5 and will conclude on October 8, 20009. Detailed date sheet is available on PU website www.pu.edu.pk.
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PU grid station
Lahore: The Punjab University (PU) and Lahore Electric Supply Company (LESCO) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Friday to install a grid station at the Punjab University.
For this purpose, the PU will grant land to LESCO for establishing a grid station to cater for load demand of the PU in particular and surrounding areas in general. The grid station will ensure stable power supply to the areas besides improving voltage and ensuring future load demand of the university and surrounding areas.
PU Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran and LESCO Chief Executive Office Akram Arain signed the documents of MoU. Under the MoU, LESCO will establish the grid station within 6 to 8 months. In return of land offered, the PU will construct another grid station at PU Employees Housing Society and both the sides will benefit from this MoU.
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Punjab government focusing on education, health sectors
Lahore: Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has said that all the government policies are aimed at welfare of the poor and billions of rupees are being spent on the projects for their betterment. He said a strategy had been adopted for elimination of poverty, ignorance and unemployment and provision of basic facilities to the masses.
Talking to British MP Lord Nazir Ahmad here on Friday, the CM said a favourable atmosphere had been created for the promotion of foreign investment. He said that process of industrialisation had been accelerated and job opportunities were being created by promoting trade and economic activities in the province.
Mr Shahbaz said the government was concentrating on promotion of quality education and provision of modern health facilities to the people. He said the Punjab Educational Endowment Fund had been set up for the assistance to the poor but talented students while the project of the Danish Schools had been initiated for the provision of modern academic facilities to students of the backward areas.
He said the Danish Schools would not only equip the new generation with modern knowledge but also prove to be a milestone in promoting quality education. He said the project for provision of 60,000 computers to more than 4,000 schools of the province would soon be completed.
The chief minister said huge resources were being utilised for the uplift of the health sector and provision of modern health facilities to people. He said air-conditioners had been installed in all the hospitals of the province while free medicines were being provided to patients. He said rural and basic health centres were being upgraded and availability of doctors, paramedics, medicines and modern medical equipment was being ensured.
The CM said a number of projects of infrastructure development were being completed expeditiously while besides improving the existing roads, new roads were also being constructed. He said the largest subsidy of eight billion rupees was given in order to provide flour, sugar and other essential items to the poor at cheaper rates during Ramazan. Meanwhile, US Consulate Principal Officer Carmela Conroy called on Punjab Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif on Friday.
matters of mutual interest were discussed in the meeting. Former
Principal Officer of American Consulate Bryan D Hunt was also present. The news Post your comments
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