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National conference on energy crisis and its solutions by PU CEES

Govt to focus on renewable energy projects: Ijaz Chaudhry The Educationist Report  LAHORE: (Monday, December 10, 2018): Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf leader Ejaz Chaudhry has said that Prime Minister Imran Khan is giving preference to hydel and renewable energy projects for resolving energy related problems in Pakistan. He said that due to …

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Students raise awareness on daily life social, personal issues

PU psychology students organise Biology Convention   By Bilal Naveed LAHORE: (December 10, 2018): A Biology Convention concluded at Punjab University Institute of Applied Psychology (IAP) to raise awareness on daily life social and personnel issues such as thalassemia, skin and sleep disorder, cosmetics use, carcinogenic chemicals in daily products, cancer, …

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PU to set up Guru Nanak chair

Report: By Saad Zahid and Usman Chaudhry LAHORE: (Wednesday, November 28, 2018): At a time when India and Pakistan are opening Kartarpur border to facilitate Sikh pilgrims, Punjab University, Lahore has announced to established Guru Nanak Chair at its Oriental College to do research on the teachings of Baba Guru …

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Old Brick kiln are destroying our Environment

LAHORE (November 28, 2018): It is reported that there are approximately 20,000 brick kiln in Pakistan and these are majorly responsible for pollution. Our brick kiln are working on the basis of old and traditional method in which emission of large amount of coal create chain of pollution like air …

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PU students pay tributes to Dr. AQ Khan for making country a nuclear power    

Vice Chancellor Dr. Niaz Ahmad urges students to go for social entrepreneurship and resolve issues Report: By Ali Afzal Khan LAHORE: (Tuesday, November 27, 2018): Punjab University Directorate of Students Affairs (DSA) organised a grand welcome ceremony in the honour of the newly admitted students at Faisal Auditorium here on Tuesday. The …

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PU Development Journalism students launch ‘Green Campus’ drive

By Javairia Shafiq Pakistan is the 7th most vulnerable country to climate change and global warming. More than 52,400 people have died as a result of over 11,000 extreme weather events and losses between the time period of 1997 to 2016. This reflects at least seven causalities on daily basis. …

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