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The Punjab School Township and Punjab University won Team Trophies

by AR Sajid  The students of Punjab University has shown outstanding performance in The Educationist All Pakistan Co-Curricular Competitions 2017 by clinching team trophy among colleges & universities whereas The Punjab School Township Lahore topped among schools. Danish schools obtained 7 first positions and earned 5 honors in the competitions. …

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UVAS wins drama, PU grabs top slot in poetry

3rd day of The Educationist All Pakistan Co-curricular Competition Danish Schools RYK and DG Khan shines in poetry in schools category Staff Report LAHORE: (Wednesday, April 19, 2017): Competitions of poetry, national songs and drama/theatre were held on the 3rd day of The Educationist All Pakistan Co-Curricular Competitions 2017 organized …

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Final Results of All Contest Categories

The Educationist All Pakistan Co-Curricular Competitions  Final Results  Qiraat – Schools Name Institute Position Muhammad Suleman Danish School Boys, Dera Ghazi Khan 1st M. Hamiz Tanveer The Punjab School, Township 2nd Hassan bin Usman The Punjab School, Township 3rd  Qiraat (Colleges/Universities) Name Institute Position Huzaifa tur Razzam Punjab University 1st …

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Dr. Arshad Ali calls for strategy to use knowledge to benefit of industry

​The Educationist Report ​ LAHORE: HEC Executive Director Dr. Arshad Ali has said that a strong linkage between industrial sector and academia is the most important tool to tackle the key economic challenges of Pakistan. It would also help invent new business models that are rapidly gaining the grounds all …

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Sports for peace gala at IER kicks off

Staff Report LAHORE: (Tuesday, April 11, 2017): A colorful sports gala of Punjab University Institute of Education and Research (IER) has kicked off here on Tuesday. PU Dean Faculty of Commerce Prof Dr Hassan Mobeen Alam, Director Institute of Education and Research Prof Dr Rifaqat Ali Akbar, Chairman Students Affairs …

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