MCom classes in Federal Government College of Commerce

MCom classes to start next month in Islamabad
Islamabad, Sep 18: The M.Com classes in Federal Government College of Commerce, Islamabad, will start from October 2009, says a press release issued here Thursday. The construction work of M.Com block of the college has been completed at a cost of Rs30 million.

The residents of Islamabad and the surrounding areas as well as federal government employees have thanked the federal government of Pakistan for providing the facility of higher education in commerce to their children in the capital. The news

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Admin tries to make hospital a teaching institute
Islamabad: With the approval of extension, project of the Federal Government Services Hospital (FGSH), the hospital administration is gearing up efforts to get the hospital affiliated with any leading university to make it a post-graduate teaching institute.

Earlier, the tussle between CDA and FGSH on the issue of the shifting of the hospital building to the adjoining Argentina Park was considered a big hurdle in making Polyclinic a degree-awarding institute.

The hospital has already been issued the NoC in this regard and the departments of Pediatrics, Medicine, Gynecology, Surgery and Pathology are already affiliated with the College of Physician and Surgery.

As according to the criteria set by the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council, the hospital needs to have enough area for getting the status of a post-graduate teaching hospital, as every department needs to have enough space for teaching purpose, the official further commented.

Due to short space the hospital was not able to provide number of important medical services including the CT scan.

Two weeks ago the hospital administration was allowed to use one-third part of the Argentina Park. On the other hand, the hospital administration has also prepared the PC-1 of the said project. Soon after Eid the summary would be sent to the Ministry of Health and after its approval, it would be submitted to the Planning Commission for approval, a hospital official said.

"The hospital administration is trying to get the hospital affiliated with start of the construction of the new building so that till completion of the project it would also get accreditation from PMDC", the official further maintained.

According to the plan, a new block will be constructed which will be named after the government of Argentina. The nation

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IIU distributes Eid gifts among workers
Islamabad: International Islamic University President Dr Anwar Hussain Siddiqui Thursday distributed six hundred 'Eid Gifts' among low paid employees of the university. The ceremony was organised by the Officers Welfare Association of the university.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr Siddiqui said that social welfare is a supreme cause and should be done at all levels. He added that the university will continue its efforts for well being of its employees, faculty members, and students alike.

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Education policy hailed
Islamabad: National Commission for Human Development (NCHD) Chairperson Nafisa Shah has hailed the recently approved National Education Policy (NEP) 2009 and hoped that it will enable Pakistan achieve its goals of Education For All (EFA). Nafisa Shah said that the Pakistan People's Party government always supported improvement of education sector particularly girls education. She said that the education policy has very positive steps especially the common curriculum, which will remove disparities in education standards. The news

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Mehfil-e-milad at FG college
Rawalpindi: Annual Mehfil-e-Milad was held in Begum Salma Masud Auditorium at FG Post Graduate College for Women, Kashmir Road, on Thursday.

Federal Government Education Institution (FGEI) Director Raheel Ashraf's wife was the chief guest on the occasion while college principal Shaista Zaid and others were also present.

Mehfil-e-Milad started with recitation from Holy Quran by Afshan Shaheen and Hamd-e-Bari Tallah by Zainab Bint-e-Shaheen.

Misbah Khamun, Nabeela Nazia, Fakhr-un-Nisa, Ayesha Nazia, Sumera Talib, Zara, Iram, Anum, Tayaba, Fareeha, Eisha and Shehla presented Na'at Sharif with utmost devotion and reverence that moved the listeners.

The chief guest, principal and students paid a rich tribute to Holy Prophet (PBUH) by highlighting different facets of His life and personality. Misbah Khanum spoke on 'Private and Public Life of Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH)' whereas Maham Saeed threw light on 'The Life and Teachings of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)'. Daily times

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Art pieces portray Islamic traditions at PNCA
Islamabad: Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA) has displayed a National Exhibition of Calligraphy 2009 with a collection of over 120 works by master artisans in the field.

The display of Islamic traditional art of calligraphy was arranged to coincide the Holy month of Ramazan with the portrayal of true spirit of Islam, Divine peace, love, kindness and harmony for all human beings.

During the inaugural ceremony, Minister of State for Industry and Productions, Ayatullah Durrani said, "Art is an expression of creativity and these works are a source of great inspiration for those who want to practice their skills on spiritual designs."

While Director General PNCA, Tauqeer Nasir said that PNCA will continue organising the calligraphic exhibition during Ramazan, adding, "Calligraphy is a great Muslim heritage and the whole artist community feel proud on this aspect of the calligraphic art."

He said that PNCA was endeavoring for providing opportunities for the young artists and to boost their hidden abilities while it was also arranging workshops and classes to promote positive ideas among the youth on regular basis.

Works of renowned artists like Sadequain, Ahmed khan, Azeem Iqbal, Shamza, Gulgee and Hanif Ramay were exhibited while the artists included Abdul Aziz Usman Alghazi, Abdul Rasheed, Afia Kanwal, Aftab Zafar, Azhar Farid, Haya Sehgal, Luba Khatoon, Mashkoor Raza, Rafia Ahmed, Shahid Iqbal, Shahzad Zar and others.

These artists have used the mediums like traditional calligraphy, experimental and innovative calligraphic techniques to project Islamic traditional arts and Muslim heritage.

A large number of women artists have also contributed their works for the exhibition.

About the exhibition, Master calligrapher, Azeem Iqbal said that calligraphy art portrays divine rhythmic beauty and exaltation in the spiritual domain. It is a field of love and devotion.

"I have introduced a unique and new dimensional style in the Islamic Calligraphy covering the golden era of Prophet Muhammed (Peace Be Upon Him) to the present century," he added.

Azeem Iqbal has presented his latest masterpieces with the title 'Ahad-e-Nabwi' which blends natural elements to accentuate the Divinity association with calligraphic art.

He prepared all the art pieces using natural elements like leather, deer skin, wood, stone, copper, bronze, lead, beads and hand-made paper.

, gold leafs, Wasli and also historical thematic mural calligraphic Panel he prepared using different materials that were traditionally used during Islamic period.

He uses third dimension of carving and molding of different traditions make his work even more fascinating while his writing styles include Kufi Thuluth, Nastalique, Jalli and other forms that have acquired through painting practices. APP

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