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Names finalized for VCs in four women varsities

By M Sharif Rana LAHORE: (Sunday 05-04-2019) The Punjab government has finalized names of eminent professors for appointment as vice chancellors in four women universities of province. The Higher Education Department is expected to issue formal notification in this regard, sources told The Educationist on Sunday. Two senior female professors …

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‘Transfer mafia removed from School Education’

Murad Raas says teachers transfer issues being resolved By Jahantab Sajjad We are facing serious challenge as there are 11 educational departments under my supervision but none of them was working properly. Many teachers had to face problems for transfers. We are making a transfer policy and now nobody will …

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52 colleges to get status of community colleges

DPI Colleges Jahangir Ahmad says PTI govt taking education reforms By Saher Zulfiqar & Zahra Nazeer Pakistan education system is not uniform. Prime Minister Imran Khan has been striving hard for his vision for 22 years to eliminate class system from the country. As per PM\s vision |federal Education Minister …

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PU CEMB researchers working for welfare of common man: Dr. Tayyab

Organizes workshop on “CRISPR/Cas Genome Editing Technology” Staff Report LAHORE: (Tuesday, April 30, 2019): Punjab University Centre of Excellence in Molecular Biology (CEMB) has organized two days hands on training workshop on “CRISPR/Cas Genome Editing Technology“ at its campus. CEMB Director Dr. Tayyab Husnain, researchers and participants from different national institutes …

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Minister of the special education claims many facilities for special persons

By Yusra Tariq & Jannat Ali Qamer “There is no easy access for special persons to the building of schools, colleges, universities, shopping malls and other places. We are going to provide them with special parking lots, easy access to the stores and other buildings as a par to international …

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University of the Punjab about to establish a medical college

Demographic imbalance in the industrialized developed countries has resulted into disproportionate number of older population. At the same time, developing countries have been experiencing overpopulation with greater number of young population. Both demographic extremes have posed unprecedented global health challenges. Furthermore, unexpected rapid climate change and ecological imbalances have elevated …

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