Punjab univeristy Pharm-D / BSEd date sheets

PU announced date sheets for Pharm-D BSEd exams
Lahore: The Punjab University has issued the written date sheets for the Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm-D) and Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd) Examinations.

According to a press statement, Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm-D) (One Year Condensed Course), Annual Examination, 2009, will commence from October 12 and conclude on November 2.

Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd), First Professional, 2nd Annual Examination, 2008 and 1st Annual Examination, 2009, will commence from October 12 and conclude on October 31 while Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd), Second Professional, 2nd Annual Examination 2008 and 1st Annual Examination 2009 will start from October 13 and conclude on October 30. Detailed date sheets are also available at the PU website www.pu.edu.pk. The news

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Over 18000 saplings planted in PU
Lahore: Trees act like lungs to keep the environment clean. Maximum saplings have been planted in the Punjab University so that environmental pollution, being caused by increasing traffic in the city and other reasons, could be combated and PU could play its role like lungs for the Lahore city.

PU Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr He said since his assumed charge as PU VC in January 2008, he had launched tree plantation campaigns and over 18000 saplings have been planted since January 2008. He said over 90% saplings succeeded in growing to trees due to better care provided to saplings by the teachers, students, the Resident Officer-II and his office on regular basis in the varsity. F.P Report

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Delay in IT Centre causes Rs1b loss to govt
Lahore: Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has expressed his displeasure over the delay in the completion of Information Technology Centre on Ferozepur Road.

During a visit to the under-construction IT Centre on Thursday, the chief minister ordered immediate completion of the project stating that no further delay would be tolerated because it had resulted in an additional burden of Rs1 billion to the government.

The chief minister also constituted a committee under the chairmanship of the additional chief secretary to present a roadmap within 10 days with the consultation of IT companies.

He said various aspects of the project should be considered, including proper use of the building, its location in a thickly-populated area, pollution due to a drain running along the building and the vegetable market in the area.

Mr Shahbaz said an IT Park equipped with the latest facilities would be set up for the promotion of information technology, adding that maximum facilities would be offered to the private sector engaged in this sector.

He said solid measures were being taken for the promotion of IT technology which was of vital importance for the rapid development of the province.

The chief minister said that computer labs were also being set up in more than 4,000 schools to equip the new generation with the latest knowledge.

He said that China was extending full cooperation in the development of different sectors and the IT Centre was also being constructed by a Chinese company.

Earlier, the chief minister inspected the project where he was also given a detailed briefing regarding the pace of work by project director Arif Majeed Butt.

The Planning and Development chairman, the additional chief secretary, the Information Technology secretary, the Finance secretary and others officers concerned gave their proposals regarding the use of the under-construction IT Centre building. Dawn

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