UET entrance test on 19th
Lahore, Sept 15: The University of Engineering and Technology (UET) is holding entrance test for admissions to undergraduate programmes in engineering institutions in Punjab on Sunday (Sept 19).
As many as 36,569 candidates have registered themselves across Pakistan for appearing for the test.
The test will be held simultaneously at UET Lahore; UET Taxila; BZU Engineering College, Multan; Islamia University, Bahawalpur; NFC Institute of Engineering Research and Fertilizer, Faisalabad; University of Gujrat; Siddeeq Public School, 6th Road Satellite Town, Rawalpindi; NED University of Engineering and Technology, Karachi; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, University of Engineering and Technology, Peshawar; and Balochistan Boys Scout Association Office.
The UET has advised all candidates to reach at their designated test centres at least one hour before the commencement of the test.
According to a break-up of candidates, as many as 14,183 candidates will appear for the entrance test at UET Lahore centre; while 3,417 candidates will appear in Texila; 6,098 in Multan; 1,730 in Bahawalpur; 3,077 in Faisalabad; 1,794 in Gujrat; 3,793 in Rawalpindi; 1,169 in Karachi; 1,117 in Peshawar; and 191 in Quetta.
The UET has also announced the candidates, in case of any complaint about marking, may contact Entrance Test chief coordinator Prof Dr Salim Abid Tabassum within 10 days of the result announcement.Your Comments
PU B.Ed exams postponed
Lahore: The Punjab University has postponed the Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) second annual examination for 2009 and first annual exam 2010, scheduled to begin from Sept 16, due to some unavoidable reasons. The PU will soon notify the new schedule for the exam.
Moreover, those candidates, who have yet not fulfilled the required conditions including verification of BA as well as Certificate of Teaching (CT) and furnishing of other required documents, are directed to contact B.Ed section of PU examinations department at the earliest for removal of objections without further loss of time.
PU MBBS exams
Lahore: The PU examinations department has announced that the MBBS first professional Part-I and II annual examinations for 2010 will begin from Oct 8 and Oct 19, respectively.
The MBBS second professional, third professional and final professional annual examinations for 2010 will begin from Oct 1, Nov 1 and Dec 8, respectively.
The department has announced that the admission forms for MBBS first professional Part-I and II annual examinations can be submitted with single fee till Sept 20 and with double fee till Sept 24.
Admission forms for MBBS second professional annual examination can be submitted with single fee till Sept 17 and with double fee till Sept 21.
For MBBS third professional annual examination, admission forms can be submitted with single fee till Oct 4 and with double fee till Oct 8.
Admission forms for MBBS final professional annual examination can be submitted with single fee till Nov 2 and with double fee till Nov 8.
Lahore: The PU on Tuesday declared the results of BA Islamic Studies, semester system, session 2008-10, BS Islamic Studies, semester system, session 2006-10, MA Diplomacy and Strategic Studies, semester system, session 2008-10, MA International Relations, semester system, session 2008-10, LLM (Final) annual examination for 2009 and Master of Commerce, semester system, session 2003-05.
Pakistani librarian book
Government College University, Lahore, Chief Librarian Abdul Waheed has compiled the history and evolution of library and information science (LIS).
His book 'The Evolution of Education in LIS in Pakistan and United Kingdom: A Comparative Study' has been published by the VDM Publishing House Ltd, a German publisher. It is the first ever book by a Pakistani librarian published overseas.
Mr Waheed, who has also worked at Holling Campus of the Manchester University Library and Punjab University Library, has also designed a virtual library.
He says the book undertakes a comparative study of formal education in library and information science in Pakistan and Britain. The development of the higher education system of both countries has also been described to give an historical context to the current situation.
The book also discusses the relative strengths and weaknesses of each country's library education system and methods to improve the status and system of library science in Pakistan. Dawn