Ibn-i-Khaldun Corner opens at NBF

ISLAMABAD:19 January:Adviser to Prime Minister on National History and Literary Heritage, Irfan Siddiqui Thursday announced that a series of books on the works of renowned historian and philosopher, I

Appoint next HEC chief on merit, faculty body writes to premier

ISLAMABAD:19 January:The head of Higher Education Commission (HEC) should be appointed on merit and selected by a professional and non-partisan body in a transparent manner, said a representative body

Allama Iqbal Open University sets up country’s most modern library

Islamabad:19 January: Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) has upgraded here its Central Library that will be the country’s most modern one, meeting the academic research needs of the students.

Use of calligraphy to help promote Muslims’ soft image

Islamabad:19 January: Calligraphy is a great artistic and cultural heritage of the Muslims and the Ummah and Pakistan can promote their soft image by paying attention to this art's promotion.

University Day’ marked at Karachi University

Karachi:January 19:Recalling fond memories of Karachi University’s inauguration ceremony in 1960, teachers and students of the city’s largest public university observed ‘University Day’ on Thursday.

KU professor declared Pakistan’s most productive scientist

Karachi:January 19:The Pakistan Council for Science and Technology, Islamabad, has declared Prof Dr Muhammad Iqbal Choudhary “the most productive scientist of Pakistan”.

Teachers disturbing academic activities to face action, warns acting Fuuast VC

Karachi:January 19:The acting vice chancellor of Federal Urdu University for Arts, Science and Technology (Fuuast), Prof Dr Syed Altaf Hussain, has rejected the allegations of malpractices and financi

Audit of pension payments ordered

KARACHI:19 January:Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah has taken notice of the exorbitant expenditure on pension payments and has ordered a high-level inquiry into the matter.

University Day’ marked at Karachi University

Karachi:January 19:Recalling fond memories of Karachi University’s inauguration ceremony in 1960, teachers and students of the city’s largest public university observed ‘University Day’ on Thursday.

Karachi University professor declared Pakistan’s most productive scientist

Karachi:January 19:The Pakistan Council for Science and Technology, Islamabad, has declared Prof Dr Muhammad Iqbal Choudhary “the most productive scientist of Pakistan”.



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