BEd exam from Nov 2
Lahore, Oct 26: Punjab University Bachelor of Education (BEd), 2nd Annual Examination 2009, and 1st Annual Examination 2010, earlier scheduled to be held from September 16 last, will commence from November 2.
According to a press statement, the exams were postponed keeping in view difficulties of candidates including verification of Certificate in Teaching (CT) by board, university and institution concerned.
All candidates will receive their examination schedule (date-sheet) within three days of issuance of their roll number slips.
Besides, no change of any kind has been made in roll numbers which have been issued to candidates and exam centres about which they already have been informed.
Therefore, candidates were directed to appear in exams on the date and time at the examination centre alongwith their original roll number slips issued by the varsity. Moreover, they may contact the PU Examinations Department or at phone numbers 042-99230260 and 042-99231532. According to a date-sheet issued by the Exam Department, written exams of BEd will commence from November 2 and conclude on December 7, while practical exams in science subjects will commence from December 13 and conclude on December 20. The news
Lahore: The Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) is holding its eighth convocation in its auditorium at 5pm on Tuesday (today).
Governor/Chancellor Salmaan Taseer is scheduled to be chief guest as the convocation where BS session 2005-09 graduates will receive their degrees.
ORU: The Old Ravians Union's election will be held in the last week of next month. Dawn
Lahore: DR Zakir Hussain has been appointed as Vice Chancellor of Government College University (GCU) Faisalabad. The appointment has been made for a four-year term. It is pertinent to mention here that the regular appointment has been made after a judgment of Lahore High Court which had termed appointment of GCU Faisalabad Acting Vice Chancellor Shahid Mehboob Rana as illegal as the same was made by the Governor without seeking advice of the Chief Minister.
Lahore: Government College University's Old Ravians Union will hold elections in the last week of November to elect new president and members of executive committee. The news
Edu sector badly ignored in past: VC
Lahore: The Vice-Chancellor Punjab University Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran has said that promotion of education was badly ignored in the past which miserably failed to make required investments in education sector and added that no doubt expenditure on education as percentage of GDP is increased to at least four percent, but the future of our nation will remain bleak.
He was speaking at a prize distribution ceremony organised by the College of Art & Design at Old Campus here on Monday.
College Principal Prof Dr Rahat Naveed Masud, former Principal Shahnawaz Zaidi, faculty members and a large number of students were also present during the ceremony. Referring to his recent visit to Thailand, Dr Kamran observed that 35 years ago students from Thailand used to come to PU for their studies, but today the Thailand government is disbursing one billion US$ to varsity students as loans which are recovered after 15 years.
He also inaugurated a newly established computer lab at the freshly renovated design section of the college. An exhibition was also organised on this occasion in which the final year students showcased their work in the domains of painting, design, sculpture, graphics and textile-design.
PAL publishes two books
Lahore: Chairman Pakistan Academy of Letters (PAL) Fakhar Zaman has said our writers' work in different regional Pakistani languages was no way less important and worthy than any literary achievements in world literature.
Zaman said PAL's publishing project of "Makers of Pakistani Literature" was an attempt to produce brief documents based on analysis and information about life and works of our writers.
He expressed these views on the occasion of launching ceremony of books including "Hijab Imtiaz Ali Taj" Life and Work and "Khadija Mastoor" Life and Work published by PAL here on Monday. He said Hijab Imtiaz Ali Taj was a renowned name in Urdu fiction. He said her contributions to Urdu fiction were memorable. Talking about Khadija Mastoor, Fakhar Zaman said she was prominent for her courageous way to express bold issues in unique style. "A large number of novels are on her credit, especially "Aangan" is considered to be one of her significant literary achievements", he added.
He said these books would not only be helpful for literary personalities but also common readers. The nation