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USAID and BARI to establish an Olive Research Center in Chakwal

Press Release CHAKWAL: (February 9, 2017)  USAID signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Barani Agriculture Research Institute (BARI) to establish an Olive Research Center (ORC) and a grant agreement with the Olive Foundation to conduct research to facilitate private sector investment.  The signing took place at a meeting with …

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Punjab Higher Education Minister – New Vision And Food For Thought

  Syed Raza Ali Gilani from Hujra Shah Muqeem, ex-minister in Ch. Pervaiz Elahi’s Cabinet, is now a good addition to the current cabinet of Chief Minister Punjab Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif. Syed Raza Ali Gilani has been given the portfolio of the Higher Education Minister Punjab. He is an …

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PU new VC makes ‘drastic changes’ in management

Dr. Liquat Ali removed; Naeem Khan appointed Registrar  RO Sajid Rashid removed,  Malik Zaheer removed; Ghulam Jilani appointed Additional Registrar II Dr. Faquir Muhammad Irfan also removed from seat in Gujranwala campus By Muhammad Ittefaq LAHORE: As predicted by The Educationist in the last month report of this reporter, Punjab University new …

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HEC: 29th South Asian Network Operators Group meeting concludes

The Educationist Report  ISLAMABAD: (January 30, 2017): The closing ceremony of the week-long 29th South Asian Network Operators Group meeting, jointly organized by Higher Education Commission (HEC) and Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA), was held at HEC Secretariat here on Monday. Engr. Baligh-ur-Rehman, Minister of State for Federal Education and Professional Training …

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Seminar on ‘Negative Effects of Revival of Student Unions’ by PINA

Political parties essential for working of parliament: Hashmi LAHORE, Jan 28 (APP): The speakers of a seminar on “negative effects of the student unions’ revival” said that revival of student unions as per rules was good as the same helped develop leadership qualities among the students. They said no political leader was emerging from students as student …

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