Punjab University BSc MIT results 2007-2009

Punjab university announced results of various examinations
Lahore, Sep 18: The Punjab University (PU) Examination Department declared the results of various examinations on Thursday. These exams include BSc Chemical Engineering & Technology, Second Professional, New Course (Sessional Scheme), Annual Examination 2007, Master of Information Technology (MIT), First Year, 2nd Annual Examination 2008 and 1st Annual Examination 2009 and Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm-D), Second Professional, 2nd Annual Examination 2008. Detailed results are available on university website www.pu.edu.pk.

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Dr Jamil appointed PU PVC
Lahore: The post of Punjab University Pro Vice Chancellor (PVC), which has been lying vacant over the last 10 years, has finally been filled as varsity's Dean of Science Prof Dr Ch Jamil Anwar has been appointed against the said post.

The appointment was made by Governor Punjab/Chancellor Punjab University Salman Taseer who had invited the application for this post a few months ago.

Governor had also interviewed a number of candidates for this post two months ago. Prof Ch Jamil Anwar has been serving PU over the last 35 years. He was currently serving as Dean Faculty of Science as well as Chairman Admission Committee. Meanwhile, PU Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran has congratulated Prof Dr Ch Jamil Anwar on his appointment as PU PVC. The news

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LHC orders PU VC to produce MPhil results
Lahore: Justice Ijazul Hassan of the Lahore High Court (LHC) on Thursday ordered the Punjab University (PU) vice-chancellor (VC) to produce MPhil results of the Institute of Communication Studies in a petition accusing former director of the institute, Dr Mugheesuddin Sheikh, of giving undue favour to two students.

Former head of the department Shafiq Jalandhri and student Ishfaq Bhutta, through their counsel Sheikh Javed Rashid, submitted that two lecturers Naveed Iqbal Chaudhry and Shafique Ahmed Kamboh (who were also students of MPhil) failed the exam held for the session 2006-08. The petitioner alleged that Dr Mughees allowed Chaudhry and Kamboh to retake the exam but did not allow him to do so. The petitioners said both the lecturers were closely associated with Dr Mughees, who arranged the re-sit examination for them, for which they were not eligible. They said Dr Mughees appointed invigilators of his choice in the examination centre and hence both the students passed.

They said the VC took notice of the incident, withheld their results and ordered an inquiry. However, the inquiry was stopped after some time. The petitioners' counsel said Dr Mughees's act not only violated the university rules, but also infringed the fundamental rights of the petitioners. Daily times

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PU hold meeting to solve PhD scholars cases
Lahore: A meeting of the Punjab University Advance Studies and Research Board (AS&RB) was held on Thursday to discuss 13 PhD synopsis, 10 reports on PhD theses and 10 miscellaneous cases.

The meeting was chaired by Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran. The meeting solved the cases of PhD scholars sent for review to the board by the PU departments, institutes, colleges and schools.

Among those who attended the meeting included Prof Dr Jamil Anwar Chaudhry, Prof Dr Javaid Ahmed, Prof Dr Muhammad Jamshaid, Prof Shaista Sonnu Sirajuddin, Prof Dr Muhammad Saleem Mazhar, Prof Dr Haris Rasheed, Prof Dr Hafiz Muhammad Iqbal, Prof Dr Shahida Hasnaian, Prof Dr Mughess-ud-Din Sheikh, Prof Dr Muhammad Ehsan Malik, Prof Dr Hafiz Mahmood Akhtar, Prof Dr Muhammad Hafeez, Prof Dr Nasir Ahmad, Prof Dr Mahr Muhammad Saeed Akhtar, Prof Dr Abdul Ghaffar, Prof Zahid Karim Khan and Prof Dr Muhammad Naeem Khan. The news

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School on verge of creating record
Jhang: A state-run school in Jhang tehsil is a 'serious candidate' for registering its entry into the Guinness Book for maintaining the record number of students per teacher.

Located at a distance of 32km from the district headquarters, the Government Primary School, Thatti Said Behran, has only one teacher for as many as 315 students, enrolled in six classes, including KG.

Established in 1926, it is one of the oldest schools in the tehsil.

Peeping into the record books, teacher Malik Asghar Ali said the school had two teachers for 36 students at the time of its inception some 83 years ago.

Even long after the partition, the school retained two teachers for students ranging between 60 and 100.

In a bizarre step, the post of one teacher has recently been abolished despite the growing number of students.

The trend among the people for sending their children to school is getting impetus due to government's efforts and media campaign and the number of school going boys and girls has increased manifold.

In this backdrop, reducing the number of teachers from two to one defied logic and common sense, says a resident, Ghulam Murtaza Shah.

He urged the education department to employ at least six teachers in the school to cope with the increasing number of students.

Teacher Malik Asghar said the school had only two classrooms which was deplorably insufficient to accommodate 300 plus students. Dawn

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