PBTE diploma result
Lahore, Sep 12: Punjab Board of Technical Education (PBTE) has announced the result of Diploma in Associate Engineer (3rd year) First Annual Examination 2012.
About 46,582 students appeared in the exam out of whim 20,000 succeeded with over all pass percentage of 42.94 percent.
In Civil Technology, Israr Ahmad (Roll No 140714) from Swedish Institute of Technology Rawalpindi got first position by securing 2983 marks, Muhammad Akbar (Roll No 143921) from Premiere College of Technology Shujaabad got second position by securing 2937 marks and Waseem Babar (Roll No 143119) of Government College of Technology Sargodha secured third position by getting 2937 marks.
In Mechanical Technology, Rana Majid Muhammad (Roll No 169919) of Lahore Polytechnic Institute Sheikhupura bagged first position by securing 2969 marks, Zeeshan Ali (Roll No 163691) of Government College of Technology Bahawalpur secured second position by obtaining 2865 marks and Shahid Bashir (Roll No 170654) from Toba Tek Singh Polytechnic Institute bagged third position by obtaining 2853 marks.
In Electronics Technology, Khurumm Shehzad Inam (Roll No 158470) from Ideal Polytechnic Institute Bhalwal got first position by securing 2889 marks, Azib Waheed (Roll No 161260) from Swedish Institute of Technology Rahimyar Khan secured second position with 2852 marks and Allah Ditta (Roll No 158479) of Ideal Polytechnic Bhalwal secured 2849 marks and got third position. In Electrical Technology, Habib-ur-Rehman Shakir (Roll No 156865) from Pakistan College of Technology Sargodha bagged first position with 3071 marks.
Website for contact with all colleges
Lahore: Special Assistant to Chief Minister on Higher Education Zaeem Hussain Qadri and Punjab Higher Education Secretary Dr Ejaz Munir on Tuesday inaugurated a website for online interaction with the 494 government colleges.
The Higher Education Department has developed the website with the cooperation of Tufail International.
Admission forms, online admission facility, prospectus, results, date sheets, attendant session, extracurricular activities, details of scholarships and facility of career counselling of all colleges in Punjab will be available at website: www.gc.edu.pk.
The department secretary has issued instructions to all colleges to upload their data on this website.
Mr Qadri said the launch of the website for the colleges across Punjab was an important step towards information sharing. He hoped that students and their parents would benefit a great deal from this tool.
Malaya varsity team at KEMU
Lahore: A five-member delegation from the University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, headed by its vice-chancellor, Ghauth Jasmon, visited the King Edward Medical University on Tuesday.
KEMU Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Asad Aslam Khan, deans and chairpersons of all departments welcomed the delegation.
After presentation of different programmes being run by both the universities, a memorandum of understanding was signed for mutual cooperation in research and student exchange in postgraduate training programmes.
Both sides agreed to implement within the framework of the rules and regulations applicable in each of the institutions and subject to availability of funds and resources some programmes and activities, which may include student and/or academic and administrative staff exchanges, joint research activities, exchange of publications, reports and other academic materials and information, sharing of other activities and programmes in areas of mutual interest, where such sharing shall result in benefit to both parties.
The parties agreed to designate, on behalf of each institution, a coordinator whose responsibility will be to supervise the execution of this MoU and to draw up a programme or activities to be implemented under this MoU, setting out specific provisions concerning the exchange programmes, budget requirements and details of funding. Dawn