Home / Pakistan / Punjab (page 3)

Punjab

Punjab not ready to implement HEC’s timeframe to phase out 2-year BA, MA degree programmes

The Educationist Report LAHORE: The Punjab province’s top education brass Thursday brainstormed on the HEC Pakistan’s timeframe regarding phasing-out 2-year BA and MA programmes by 2018 and 2020 respectively, and observed that the provincial education system was not ready to embrace this change within the given time-line. Punjab Higher Education …

Read More »

PU paused after violent clash

By Staff Reporter LAHORE: Heavy contingent of police were seen Wednesday guarding Punjab University new campus to avoid any further clashes of student groups following a wave of fresh violence between Islami Jammiat Tulaba (IJT) and Pashtuns sending around 18 to the hospital. A scheduled historic drama titled “Year 1947” San …

Read More »

PU – fresh violence sends 18 students to hospital

IJT attacks Pashtun students’ cultural festival Staff Report LAHORE (Tuesday, March 21, 2017): As many as 18 students injured in a violent fight in Punjab University after Islami Jammiat Tulaba (IJT) activists attacked Pashtun students who were celebrating their cultural festival outside IER here on Tuesday noon. Punjab Chief Minister …

Read More »

PUCIT Mini Olympics begins

LAHORE: (Monday, March 20, 2017): Punjab University Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Zafar Mueen Nasir has inaugurated Mini Olympics at Punjab University College of Information Technology Old Campus here on Monday. Principal PUCIT Prof Dr Mansoor Sarwar, faculty members and a large number of students were present on the occasion. A …

Read More »

Ahsan lays foundation stone of Rs 813 million UHS KSK campus  

The Educationist Report LAHORE (March 19, 2017) Federal Minister for Planning and Development Prof Ahsan Iqbal has said the progress in today’s world was only possible through development and modernization in education and technology, therefore research and innovation in the higher education sector are the top-most priorities of the government and …

Read More »