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Convocations at PAF Academy
Peshawar, Oct 20: The convocation ceremonies of general duty (pilot),
administration and special duties (A&SD), air defence (AD) and
engineering courses were held at Pakistan Air Force Academy, Risalpur,
Convocation ceremony of general duty (pilot) course
was graced by Peshawar University Vice-Chancellor Professor Azmat Hayat
Khan as chief guest. He congratulated the graduating officers and
awarded degrees in the discipline of Bachelor of Science. Pilot officer
Fahad Raza Anwer was awarded trophy for securing first position in
Pilot officer Salman Sher won the trophy for
best performance in aero-sciences subjects. Pilot officer Salman Sher
received the trophy for overall best performance in academics. Aviation
cadet Bilal Zarin received the trophy for overall best performance in
academics in A&SD course, while aviation cadet Sharjeel Ahmed
received the trophy for overall best performance in academics in AD
Convocation ceremony of engineering course was graced by
National University of Sciences and Technology (Nust) Rector Lt-Gen
Muhammad Asghar as chief guest. He awarded merit certificates and medals
to the distinction holders.
Merit certificate for best aerospace
vehicle design was awarded to NUST cadet Hassan Mahmood Wasti, while
merit certificate for best avionics system design was awarded to pilot
officer Salman Liaquat.
Rector's gold medal for best project in
aerospace was awarded to joint project of pilot officer Zahid Mahmood,
pilot officer Azfar Adeel Bhatti and pilot officer Amjad Aziz.
gold medal for best project in avionics engineering was awarded to
pilot officer Adeel Anwar and President's gold medals for standing first
in aerospace and avionics disciplines were awarded to Nust cadet Hassan
Mahmood Wasti and pilot officer Adeel Anwar respectively. App
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Scholarships for 65 students of southern districts
Peshawar: A foreign oil and gas exploration company has awarded
65 scholarships to students from three districts of Karak, Hangu and
MOL company's Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer
Janos Feher said that scholarships for intermediate students covered
tuition fee, boarding and lodging and cost of books at Rs4,000 per
month. He added the scholarships were given for a period of two years
paid with six monthly installments.
This he said while speaking
at the 3rd MOL scholarship certificate distribution ceremony held here
on Monday, says a press release issued on Tuesday.
the technical scholarship programmes, he said that each award offered
Rs10,000 per month for engineering and geology and Rs7,000 per month for
diploma and associate engineering (DAE) students over a period of two
years. He said a total of 26 scholarships had been awarded in technical
education comprising engineering and geology studies. Mr Janos Feher
said that MOL Pakistan had shown its unflinching confidence in people of
Pakistan in general and people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in particular.
ANP president Senator Afrasiab Khattak was the chief guest on this
occasion while provincial Minister for Higher Education Qazi Mohammad
Asad, Minister for Social Welfare Sitara Ayaz and Minister for Housing
Amjad Afridi and other high-ups of MOL also attended the function.
Afrasiab Khattak appreciated MOL contribution for promoting education
and undertaking other uplift activities in oil and gas exploration areas
of the southern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and urged the scholarship earning
students to work hard for changing the future of their agriculturally
and industrially disadvantaged province. Dawn
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Varsity teachers boycott classes
Peshawar: The teachers of all public sector universities here on
Tuesday observed complete strike and boycotted classes against the
kidnapping of Professor Ajmal Khan, Vice-chancellor of Islamia College
Peshawar (Chartered University).
Academic and administrative
activities remained suspended in all universities including Islamia
College University, Engineering University, Agricultural University and
University of Peshawar.
To express solidarity with the family
of the kidnapped vice-chancellor, all teachers associations under the
aegis of Federation of All Pakistan Universities Academic Staff
Association (FAPUASA) took out a protest rally from Takbeer Block to
Engineering University Chowk on University Campus.
protesting teachers, led by FAPUASA provincial president Dr Fida
Mohammad, were carrying placards and banners inscribed with slogans
against the kidnapping of Ajmal Khan. They were also chanting slogans
against government and demanding immediate and safe recovery of the
The teachers of Kohat University of
Science and Technology and Gomal University D.I. Khan also participated
in the protest rally.
Addressing on the occasion, Dr Fida said
the government had clueless about the kidnapped vice-chancellor despite
passing of 43 days. App
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