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CSS 2017: Only 3.32% managed to pass written examination

 The result of the Competitive Examination (CSS) 2017 has been released today 05.10.17 by the Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC). Only 312 candidates have managed to pass the written.examination. According to details, a total of 9391 students appeared for the examination, with only 312 managing to pass, resulting in a …

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VCs to get salary raise despite universities poor performance

Pay raise must be linked with performance: HEC Chairman Dr. Mukhtar  Ahmed It is just a recommendation so far: PHEC DG Dr. Shahid Soroya  LAHORE: Despite poor performance of public sector universities in the international rankings, Punjab Higher Education Commission (PHEC) has proposed another major salary raise for the vice …

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UET Rahim Yar Khan to be established

Lahore: Government of Punjab has decided to setup UET at Rahim Yar Khan, very first engineering & technology university in Southern Punjab. Higher Education Department (HED) Punjab demanded funds from finance ministry for the establishment of said university. As per details available with The Educationist, there will be some reserved …

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Indus University Students are on Roads against University Administration & HEC

 DG Khan: Students of Indus University are on roads against university administration and HEC for not providing them degrees. Zartaj Gul Wazir Former PTI Candidate NA-172 (D.G.Khan-II) and President PTI North Wazirstan Women’s Wing also accompanied strikers. Students closed Kohat Bridge during their strike and they were of the view that …

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Supreme Court to decide fate of BZU Lahore Campus

Islamabad: (AR Sajid) BZU Lahore Campus administration contacted Supreme Court of Pakistan against the decision of Lahore High Court. Lahore High Court ordered BZU Lahore Campus’s administration to get NOC from Higher Education Commission (HEC) Pakistan upon which they contacted Supreme Court. According to campus administration, SC accepted their petition …

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