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Date Extended: Call for Papers-Role of Media in Promotion of Science, Technology & Education

The Educationist is organizing the session on Role of Media in Promotion of Science, Technology & Education in the 7th Invention to Innovation Summit-Punjab 2018 to be held in March, 2018. Your active participation through research paper, view point, case study, literature review, general review, technical paper or conceptual paper is indispensable to …

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Good News: Dr. Mehdi Hasan Recovered from Heart Attack

Lahore (Staff Report): The Educationist has good news for lovers of Dr. Mehdi Hasan. He is quite healthy now, ventilators are removed and with the grace of Almighty Allah he has recovered a lot. However, doctors have advised him not to walk. Doctors said that heart  muscles of Dr Mehdi …

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New HEC chairperson: Search Committee formulated by PM

By Kiran Shahzadi ISLAMABAD: For selection of  new chairperson of Higher Education Commission (HEC) Pakistan, a 6 members committee constituted by the Prime Minister of Pakistan Mr. Shahid Khaqan Abbasi. The search committee will select new chairperson who will replace Dr Mukhtar Ahmad whose tenure is going to be expire on …

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CM appreciates PU VC for taking action against rogue elements

Lahore (Staff Report): Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif appreciated Punjab University Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Zakria Zakar for taking stern action against rogue elements who spoiled peaceful environment of the university during last few days. He was presiding a meeting of Cabinet Committee on Law and Order, here at …

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PU – 100 students arrested, 37 suspended in fresh clashes

LAHORE: (Tuesday, January 23, 2018): Over 100 students were arrested and 37 suspended from the rolls of the university in the wake of recent clashes between activists of Islamia Jammiat Tulaba (IJT), Baloch and Pakhtun student activists in Punjab University new campus  here on Tuesday. According to police sources some …

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