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UET reserved seats admission in session 2009-10

Private institutions step up drive for admission
Lahore, Sep 02: The University of Engineering and Technology (UET) has extended the last date till September 5 (Saturday) for admission in session 2009-10 against reserved seats in the varsity for other provinces and Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) on reciprocal basis.

Other professional institutions have also extended admission date ranging from Sept 5, 7 and 12. The AJK immigrants can also apply for admission to Pakistani varsities against their reserved seats.

Admission forms for medical and dental colleges could be submitted by October 7, engineering and other courses by Sept 12, and for Agriculture University Faisalabad by Sept 7 to the Additional Secretary Education (Colleges) Muzaffarabad.

Meanwhile, following display of last merit lists on August 31 in government colleges for graduate and postgraduate studies, and near the completion of admission process in Intermediate second shifts, the private colleges and varsities have accelerated their admission campaign for those who could not get admission. Most of these institutions either do not have any charter from the government or are affiliated with the institutions other than the Punjab University, Lahore Board and Board of Technical Education. Legally no other varsity can grant affiliation to any institution operating in its jurisdiction. The Punjab University has also drawn a list of the institutions, de-affiliated by it for not fulfilling the basis requirement. But these institutions are still admitting the students. Similarly, the Higher Education Commission (HEC) has also drawn a list of universities and colleges not recognised by it or which do not have any charter to act as varsity. However, these institutions as well whose quality of education and credibility of degree is questionable, are continuing to allure the unwary students due to lack of any administrative machinery to disband them. The nation

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UET plagiarism case likely to be decided in a month
Lahore: The University of Engineering and Technology Lahore (UET) and Higher Education Commission (HEC) committees are likely to present their final reports on the plagiarism case against Professor Dr Suhail Aftab Qureshi of the Electrical Engineering Department. The UET spokesman said on Tuesday that UET's syndicate had formed a special committee to probe the matter.

The HEC is also investigating whether Teaching Staff Association President Professor Qureshi plagiarised three research papers and some MSc theses. Answering a question, the spokesman said he was unable to confirm any aspect of the case until the investigation committees present their findings. app

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PU approves eight phd synopsis
Lahore: A meeting of the Punjab University Advance Studies and Research Board (AS&RB), held under the chairmanship of Prof Dr Jamil Anwar Chaudhry, on Tuesday resolved the cases of PhD scholars sent for review in the board by PU departments, institutes, colleges and schools.
Eight PhD synopsis, 16 reports on PhD theses and 20 panel of examiners for PhD theses review were approved. Extension was also given in 25 cases while various miscellaneous cases were also discussed. The nation

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UVAS orientation
Lahore: The Directorate of Advanced Studies of the University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS), Lahore, on Tuesday started a 15-day student orientation programme for the newly-admitted postgraduate (MPhil and PhD) students to the university. UVAS Acting Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Talat Naseer Pasha chaired the inauguration ceremony while Advanced Studies Director Prof Dr Makhdoom Abdul Jabbar and Faculty of Biosciences Dean Prof Dr Muhammad Ashraf were also present. The acting vice-chancellor advised the students to focus on their studies, keep themselves updated with new knowledge and spend their time in library and labs. The news

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