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GOVT Viqar-un-Nisa College organised Pakistan Day ceremony

Tue, 04/03/2018 - 11:19
Rawalpindi:03 April: To commemorate Pakistan Day, a ceremony was organised at Govt. Viqar-un-Nisa Postgraduate College for Women, here on Friday. The guest of honour for the event was Director Colleges Rawalpindi, Malik Muhammad Asghar. A documentary was played, highlighting the historical importance of Pakistan Day. A tableau was presented by the students, illuminating the cultural diversity of Pakistan and reflecting the solidarity among all its provinces. Director of Colleges shared his views about the importance of Pakistan day and appreciated the efforts of the organisers and the participants of the programme. Principal Prof. Dr. Saira Mufti shared her views about the significance of Pakistan day. She lauded the efforts of the students and staff members for organising the ceremony.The news.RawalpindiCollege in Rawalpindi000-Waqar Un Nisa College Rawalpindi-db-794

Punjab govet launched school enrollment campaign 2018

Tue, 04/03/2018 - 11:18
LAHORE:03 April: Punjab government formally launched school enrollment campaign 2018 here on Monday. The ceremony in this regard was held at Quaid-e-Azam Academy for Educational Development (QAED) which was attended by Punjab Minister for School Education Rana Mashhood Ahmad, Secretary Schools Dr Allah Bakhsh Malik, other officials, teachers and academicians. On this occasion, Rana Mashhood electronically entered the names of Hassan Ali and Eman Fatima in a computer tablet for their admission to two public sector schools. Both the kids were also given gift hampers containing books. Speaking on the occasion, the minister said the media and other stakeholders should come forward to make this campaign a success. He reiterated the performance of the Punjab government in schools education sector and said government reforms had helped to improve the quality of public sector schools in different ways.The news.Lahore

Punjab govt appointed Prof Shireen Khawar as Pro- VC at FJMU

Tue, 04/03/2018 - 11:17
LAHORE:03 April: The Punjab government has appointed Prof Dr Shireen Khawar, Head of Department of Physiology FJMU, as Pro-Vice-Chancellor at Fatima Jinnah Medical University for the period of three years. Punjab Specialised Healthcare and Medical Education (SHC&ME) Department has issued notification after approval by the Punjab Governor/Chancellor in this regard. Prof Dr Shireen Khawar is currently performing duties at FJMU as Head of Department of Physiology and Dean Social Sciences. Prof Dr Khalid Masood Gondal, FJMU Vice-Chancellor and the Academic Council of FJMU, have congratulated Dr Shireen Khawar on her appointment as Pro-Vice-Chancellor of FJMU. The news.RawalpindiUniversity in rawalpindiFatima Jinnah Women University Rawalpindi

Annual elections of Punjab University’s ASA held Tuesday

Tue, 04/03/2018 - 11:16
LAHORE:03 April: The annual elections of Punjab University’s Academic Staff Association (ASA) will be held Tuesday (today). Two different groups are taking part in the elections, including Punjab University’s Teachers Front Academic Alliance (TFAA) and PU Teachers’ Alliance. The PU-TFAA has fielded Dr Mahboob Hussain as candidate for President, Shabbir Ahmed Khan for VP Arts, Dr Kamran Mirza for VP Science, Dr Azhar Naeem for Secretary, Naeemullah Chaudhry for Joint Secretary and Munawar Iqbal for Finance Secretary while the Teachers’ Alliance has fielded Dr Asmatullah as president, Dr Shahid Ghazi for VP Science, Dr Islam for VP Arts, Dr Asghar Iqbal for Secretary, Dr Majid Majeed Akbar for joint secretary and Dr Hafiz Muqeet for Treasurer. On Monday, TFAA organised a flag march in various departments headed by Prof Dr Sajid Rashid, Dr Shazia Qureshi, Dr Khalid Mahmood, Dr Fakhrul Haq Noori and Dr Mahboob Hussain. According to some PU teachers, the flag march was unprecedented in the history of ASA elections in which more than 150 teachers participated. Around 700 teachers are eligible to cast their vote in the polls to be held at Waheed Shaheed Hall of Institute of Education and Research between from 8am to 4pm on Tuesday (today).The news.LahoreUniversity in LahorePunjab University Lahore

2nd Year Date Sheet 2018 Lahore Board

Sun, 04/01/2018 - 13:48

2nd Year Date Sheet 2018 Lahore Board

This is 100% Correct / accurate Date Sheet of Intermediate Part 2 Exam 2018.
By The Grace of God The Pakstudy.com is only website that Published inter Date Sheet 2018 today.
no one other official or Private website not issues/Publish BISE Lahore Board 12th Class Date Sheet 2018 yet
12th Class Intermediate Part 2 Exam 2018 Date Sheet
08--May-2018---Civvies/principles of commerce/philosophy
10--May-2018---Urdu/Pakistan Culture
11--May-2018---Economics /Sociology
12--May-2018---Chemistry/Fine art/Statistics
14--May-2018---Punjabi/Arabic/business mathematics /Persian/English-Elective/Urdu-Advanced
16--May-2018---History/history of Islam /Geography
17--May-2018---Islamic studies /Principles of accounting/Library Science
18--May-2018---Physics/Health & Physical Education
19--May-2018---Education/commercial Geography
21--May-2018---Pak Study

یہ انٹرمیڈیٹ امتحانات 2018 کی سو فیصد درست ڈیٹ شیٹ ہیں۔ الحمدللہ اس سال بھی پاک/پنجاب اسٹڈی ویب سائٹ نے ڈیٹ شیٹ سب سے پہلے نشر کرنے کی روایت برقرار رکھی۔ آپ دیکھ سکتے ہیں۔ آج کی تاریخ (31 مارچ 2018) کو کسی بھی سرکاری / نجی ویب سائٹ پر یہ ڈیٹ شیٹ دستیاب نہیں۔
انٹرمیڈیٹ امتحانات میں بیس فیصد نمبر معروضی سوالات کے ہوتے ہیں۔ جن کی آن لائن / آف لائن  (یعنی بغیر انٹرنیٹ کے اپنے  کمپیوٹر پر) بہترین تیاری کے ایف جی اسٹڈی کے سوفٹ وئیر دستیاب ہیں۔جن کی مدد سے آپ زیادہ آسانی سے بہتر گریڈ حاصل کرسکتے ہیں۔ایف جی اسٹڈی ویب سائٹ کا لنک یہ ہے


City: LahoreBISE Lahore Board

Punjab University two-day training workshop of Library Professionals

Sun, 04/01/2018 - 11:06
Lahore:01April: Punjab Higher Education Commission (PHEC) Chairperson Prof Dr Nizam-ud-Din Saturday said library professionals must abreast themselves with the emerging trends of information and communication management to boost efficacy and professionalism. He was addressing the concluding ceremony of two-day training workshop on "Capacity Building of Library Professionals" at Punjab University (PU). The workshop was aimed to enhance the communication and leadership skills. Heads of different public sector libraries of Punjab attended the workshop. Dr Nizam-ud-Din said reading habits of the students were changing due to Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs). “The interest of the students is shifting towards e-libraries so library professionals must abreast with modern trends to serve the students,” he said.The news.LahoreUniversity in LahorePunjab University Lahore

Fatima Jinnah Medical University announced result of MBBS Annual Exam

Sun, 04/01/2018 - 10:56
Lahore:01 April:Fatima Jinnah Medical University (FJMU) has been announced.result of MBBS Annual Exam. According to a press release issued here on Saturday, student Wajiha Ahmad, daughter of Riaz Ahmad, got first position with 1,440 marks and Ammara Akram, d/o Muhammad Akram, got second position with 1396 marks and Amama Javed, d/o Javed Muhammad, got third position with 1,395 in the exam. The pass percentage remained 92. The result is also available on the FJMU website.The news. LahoreMedical College in LahoreFJMC Lahore

Women ntrepreneurship Conference

Sun, 04/01/2018 - 10:54
LAHORE :01April: Female entrepreneurs of Lahore participated in the 2018 Women Entrepreneurship Conference (WECON) to create awareness among women entrepreneurs through different programmes where they support women business aspirants through financial, legal and training help. The event, held at a local university, was attended by entrepreneurship ecosystem builders, incubators, accelerators, students as well as operators of start-ups. The event was a joint initiative of Change Mechanics and Goals. Jang Group of Newspapers was the media partner of the biggest women conference of Pakistan. Naeem Zamindar, chairman, Board of Investment, was the chief guest of the conference. Shahnaz Kapadia Rahat, founder, Mera Maan, Dr Amjad Saqib, founder, Akhuwat, Wasif Nagi, chairman, Mir Khalil ur Rahman Memorial Society, Jang Group and Qaiser Nadeem, USAID Punjab Youth Workforce Development Pakistan PYWDP, were among the main speakers of the conference. The day-long event was divided into three segments aptly titled ‘Create, Cultivate and Celebrate.’ Panel discussions were conducted under each themes to educate and engage young female entrepreneurs and students aspiring to build their start-ups. The event was hosted by Amal Huma and Samia Yawar. Ibraheem Ahmed, Goal Trainings, Sayyed Ahmed Masud, Change Mechanics and Sumera Abbasi, WeCreate, moderated the panel discussions on investment and funding opportunities. Digital Marketing and Storytelling by Shehab Farrukh Niazi, Design Thinking by Umair Shafique, Competencies of a Successful Entrepreneur by Shahnaz Kapadia and Business Modeling by Madiha Pervez were the topics of the sessions of the event. Shahnaz Kapadia Rahat said, “I started working 30 years back and I was attending an event in a foreign country when I saw strong women entrepreneurs there. We have come very far but still we have not touched the tip of the iceberg. The main problem women entrepreneurs face is mobility. But with the new technologies and mobile apps, this problem has been solved. Women do not need extra attention; they just need opportunities. Women do not need sympathies; they need the business. They can work better and double than men." Dr Amjad Saqib said, "Either you are an economic entrepreneur or a social entrepreneur; you have to be dedicated towards your passion and work. Miracles still happen." Wasif Nagi said, “Jang Group of Media has always made history by its creative ideas. Jang was the first group to introduce Urdu writing computers. Mir Khalil ur Rahman Foundation has worked for the welfare of people during tough times of earthquakes and floods. We will continue our work for the welfare of people and train our younger generation to do good deeds for humanity.” Qaiser Nadeem said, “In Pakistan, slow economic growth and a poor educational system, combined with limited economic opportunities, have contributed to high levels of youth unemployment. Deep socio-economic inequalities can engender the communities where extremism and instability thrive, where women are forbidden from pursuing vocational education and securing jobs." Talking about a project of the USAID PYWDP, he said, ” The three-year project aims to train and facilitate employment opportunities for 10,000 youths (35 percent women) between the ages of 16 and 29 in the southern Punjab districts of Multan, Lodhran, Bahawalpur and Muzaffargarh." Naeem Zamindar said strong, working, independent and empowered women were the future of Pakistan. Fiza Farhan, strategic adviser, Ayesha Mansoor, MauSummery, Humayun Mazhar, Cresventures, Khurram Zafar, 47 Ventures, Kaiyan Yousaf, SMEA, Murtaza Zaidi, NIC Peshawar, Neelam Azmat, PPAF, Farzana Yaqoob, president, AIPP and Salwa Akhtar, NIC Lahore, were among the panelists. Competition of creative start-ups were also held at the conference and the first prize was Rs 50,000 for that. The panellists spoke of various measures being taken by the different companies to support the entrepreneurial ecosystem in the country, ranging from infrastructure to financial access.The news.Lahore

GC University ,s student’s body was discovered from a drain in Dijkot

Sun, 04/01/2018 - 10:52
Faisalabad:April 1:Murderers of a Government College University Faisalabad student remain at large as the police still struggle to arrest the culprits. Three days ago, a Government College University student A* was kidnapped by unidentified people in broad daylight and was killed after being subjected to sexual abuse, Express News reported. The student’s body was discovered from a drain in Dijkot while the post-mortem report confirmed the deceased was sexually abused. Faisalabad police is still unable to get hold of the culprits and the murderers are still at large. Police arrested one youth but released him after detailed investigation. The police said no solid traces of the incident have been found yet. “We have received the girl’s mobile data, and we hope this will assist in catching the culprits,” a police official said. Published in The Express Tribune, April 1st, 2018.FaisalabadUniversity in FaisalabadGC University Faisalabad

UVAS organised students’ business start-up launching ceremony.

Sat, 03/31/2018 - 11:00
Lahore:31 March:Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Talat Naseer Pasha chaired the launching ceremony while UVAS Pro Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Masood Rabbani, Office of Research Innovation and Commercialization (ORIC) Director Dr Hafsa Zenab, University Advancement and Financial Aid Director Dr Shoaib Sarwar and students were present on the occasion. Muhammad Zaid, an MBA graduate, his idea was based on animal nutrition and silage making, Ayesha Ikhlaq, gold medalist and the first female entrepreneur from UVAS, her idea was about garments designing and Ahmad Ali’s idea was Urea molasses block and animal feed. Prof Talat asked the students to come up with innovative ideas. “UVAS will provide assistance in implementing their ideas to start a business,” he added.The news.LahoreUniversity in LahoreVeterinary University Lahore

launching ceremony of Punjab University Library

Sat, 03/31/2018 - 10:58
LAHORE :31 March: Punjab Higher Education Commission (PHEC) Chairman Prof Dr Muhammad Nizamuddin has said the concept of libraries has changed in the modern world and traditional system of libraries must be replaced with “cybraries” containing multi-media facilities. He said this while addressing the launching ceremony of PHEC’s newly initiated project “Capacity Building of University Librarians of Punjab” at Punjab University Library here Friday. PU Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Zakria Zakar, Mian Nawaz Sharif University of Engineering and Technology, Multan Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Amir Ejaz, GCU Lahore former Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Khaleeq-ur-Rehman, Women University, Multan Vice-Chancellor Talat Afza, PU Chief Librarian Dr Haroon Usmani and chief librarians from various public sector universities in Punjab were present on the occasion. Addressing the ceremony, Dr Nizam said library is not the name of huge building containing book shelves. He said now our libraries must have theatre, multi-media sections, discussion room, art and culture galleries and online access to thousands of books. He said scientific documentaries must be screened at the theatres to show latest development to students in their relevant fields because traditional mean of delivering only lectures to students was not sufficient. Dr Nizam said without building capacity of librarians, faculty members and students could not properly benefit from the libraries. He said PHEC was aiming at providing such facilities to the libraries in Punjab to bring them on a par with modern libraries in the world. He said that PHEC would establish network among all the libraries in the province and would also launch a journal covering their activities. He said libraries should also provide assistance in compiling research work and literature on specific topics. Prof Dr Zakria Zakar said libraries played an important role in knowledge production, which was the prime responsibility of universities. He said without having state-of-the-art libraries, we could not integrate with modern system of knowledge. He said we were not communicating latest scientific knowledge and we were not aware of modern developments, which was a major problem being faced today. He said we had good scientists but their scientific knowledge was not reaching out to the policymakers, industrialists and societies. He said various branches of knowledge were merging and a lot of new subjects had emerged. The two-day workshop would continue today (Saturday). Meanwhile, a delegation of minorities called on PU VC Prof Dr Zakria Zakar at his office on Friday. Mr Kalyan Sing from GCU Lahore, Shahzada Francis, Afrka Inatrias, Asif Aqeel, Romana Bashir and Khalid Shahzad from various walks of life participated in the meeting. PU Planning and Development Director Shabbir Sarwar was also present. Addressing the meeting, Dr Zakria Zakar said he was advocate of not using the word “minority” because every Pakistani national had the constitutional identity of “citizen of Pakistan”. He said all sorts of discrimination must come to an end. The delegation submitted some demands with regard to jobs and admission quota. The VC assured the delegation of fulfilling their just demands and instructed the officials concerned in this regard.The news.LahoreUniversity in LahorePunjab University Lahore

LUMS and World Bank-led analytical study on Pakistan’s long-term

Sat, 03/31/2018 - 10:57
LAHORE:31 March: Over the course of this year, Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) and World Bank Pakistan will be partnering on the Pakistan@100 Initiative, a World Bank-led analytical study on Pakistan’s long-term development vision and path as it turns 100 in 2047. According to a press release, LUMS and World Bank Pakistan held the Pakistan@100 Conference to discuss challenges and solutions across a variety of areas. At the conference, experts from think tanks, government, universities, the private sector, and the World Bank gathered at LUMS to debate on topics such as environmental sustainability, including, human development, and trade and connectivity. Pro-Chancellor LUMS, Syed Babar Ali, Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr S Sohail H Naqvi and World Bank Country Director for Pakistan, Illango Patchamuthu, who were present at the occasion to begin the conference, spent the two days engaging with speakers and students alike. Commenting on the occasion Dr Naqvi said, “Pakistan@ 100 is an attempt to remove ourselves from the constraints of space and time and to think further, to think longer, to think 30 years down the road, to 2047. In the next 30 years, we can actually transform Pakistan and this is the first step.” In the coming summer, LUMS will be hosting four pre-doctoral fellows who will be conducting research relevant to the Pakistan@100 initiative. These pre-doctoral fellows are young scholars with demonstrated interest and expertise in Pakistan’s growth and development.The news.LahoreUniversity in LahoreLums Lahore

launching ceremony of Dr Shafiq Jalamdari’s book

Sat, 03/31/2018 - 10:55
LAHORE:31 March: The launching ceremony of Dr Shafiq Jalamdari’s book, ‘Gilgit- Baltistan’ is going to take place at Quaid-e-Azam Library, Bagh-e-Jinnah today (Saturday) at 1pm. KP Chief Minister Parvez Khattak will be the chief guest of the ceremony. The entire activity will be officiated by renowned intellectual, column writer and senior journalist Altaf Hassan Qureshi.The news.Lahore

Lahore College Women University a ceremony to artist Shahzia Sikander

Sat, 03/31/2018 - 10:53
LAHORE:March 31: Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) Friday organised a ceremony to honour Pakistani-American artist Shahzia Sikander. According to a press release, LCWU’s Institute of Visual Arts and Design (IVAD) hosted the event. Vice-Chancellor Dr Uzma Qureshi, faculty members and students attended the event. A documentary was screened regarding the expertise and personality of Shahzia Sikander as an artist.The news.LahoreUniversity in LahoreLahore College for Women University

7th SAARC Neurosurgery Conference

Fri, 03/30/2018 - 10:12
LAHORE:30 March: In connection with the 7th SAARC Neurosurgery Conference, two-day pre-workshops were arranged at Lahore General Hospital (LGH). National and international delegates delivered lectures on important topics of neuro diseases and their advanced solutions.The news.Lahore

Punjab Curriculum and Textbook Board issued clearance certificate

Fri, 03/30/2018 - 10:11
Lahore:30 March:Punjab Curriculum and Textbook Board (PCTB) on Thursday issued clearance certificate to a private publisher for publishing textbooks. The certificate was issued under the section 10 of PCTB Act. According to a press release, a ceremony was held in this regard at PCTB auditorium where eight books were given clearance. The books including Islamyat, Urdu, English and Social Studies were issued certificate. Speaking on the occasion, PCTB Managing Director Abdul Qayyum said the board has received over 1,000 books of private publishers. The board will decide to issue certificates of publishing after reviewing the books. He said designing the curriculum was important for national integrity and social coherence. It is pertinent to mention here that PCTB started the reviewing process after receiving complaints about controversial contents in several books of private publishers.The news.Lahore

University of Education held a seminar on “Engaging Youth

Fri, 03/30/2018 - 10:09
LAHORE: 30 March: A national level organisation, working on youth development, in collaboration with University of Education (UE), Lahore and Oxfam Pakistan held a seminar on “Engaging Youth for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)”. The seminar was organised to provide orientation and awareness to youths about the SDGs specifically in the context of Pakistan. The topics that were brought into discussion were mainly three SDGs, which were SDG-5 (Gender Equality), SDG-8 (Sustained, Inclusive and Sustainable Growth) and SDG-16 (Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions) respectively. University of Education VC Dr Rauf-i-Azam gave his welcome note and spoke about the concept of sustainability and asked students to be critical thinkers. Ms Saima Jasam said SDGs are a universal set of 17 goals with 169 targets, which all UN member states, including Pakistan, are expected to use in framing their national development agendas. In Pakistan, the federal ministry of planning, development and reform and the Planning and Development Department in Punjab have established special units to align national and provincial development processes with the SDGs supported by task forces formed by parliamentarians. Dr Muhammad Naeem said that employment is the engine of economic growth and poverty eradication. Poverty eradication is only possible through stable and well-paid jobs. Nearly 2.2 billion people live below the 2US dollar poverty line, he added. Ali Zafar said that SDGs Support Unit established within P&D Department has been established and is working till the level of districts in Punjab. Dr Nauman Ali Chaudhry discussed mental health issues and stress factors upon students that impact badly on their academic performance. Ms Tehmina Habib shared about the progress of development work done by the youth affairs department under the framework of the Punjab Youth Policy 2012.The news.LahoreUniversity in LahoreEducation University Lahore

Punjab Teachers Union criticised government for engaging schoolteachers

Fri, 03/30/2018 - 10:06
Lahore: 30 March: Punjab Teachers Union (PTU) has criticised the government for engaging schoolteachers in non-academic activities. In a press release, the PTU office-bearers, including Ch Muhammad Sarfraz, Rana Liaqat Ali and Jam Sadiq, said the schoolteachers were engaged in duties relating to eletions in January, and now they were also being engaged in such duties once again from April by ensuring their presence at the display centres to be set up in this regard. The PTU leaders demanded the chief minister spare schoolteachers from such duties.The news. Lahore

Punjab University announced results of MSc Home Economics Part-II

Fri, 03/30/2018 - 10:03
LAHORE: 30 March: Punjab University on Thursday announced the results of MSc Home Economics Part-II Annual Examination. The detailed results are available on PU website www.pu.edu.pk.The news.LahoreUniversity in LahorePunjab University Lahore

FAPUASA decided to observe black day in universities

Fri, 03/30/2018 - 10:01
Lahore: 30 March:Federation of All Pakistan University Academic Staff Association (FAPUASA) Punjab chapter has decided to observe black day on Tuesday in universities across the province against the government over eligibility criteria for the appointment of Vice Chancellors (VCs). According to a press release, in this regard a meeting chaired by General Secretary, FAPUASA Punjab, Dr Muhammad Nauman Aftab and attended by ASA representatives from Government College University (GCU), Punjab University, Lahore, University of Veterinary and Animal Science, University of Engineering and Technology (UET) and Bahauddin Zakariya University (BZU) Multan was held here on Thursday.The news.LahoreUniversity in Lahore