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Golden jubilee of KU’s Pharmacy Faculty

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Golden jubilee of KU’s Pharmacy Faculty KARACHI:  The Golden Jubilee celebrations of establishment of Pharmacy Faculty at Karachi University will be marked on August 28. A University official said on Wednesday that a ceremony to this effect would be held  at Pharmacy Auditorium. The Vice Chancellor of the University of Karachi, Prof. Dr.Muhammad Qaiser, will preside over the function. The chief...


SALU announces result of M.A. annual 2013

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SALU announces result of M.A. annual 2013 SUKKUR: Controller of Examinations (Annual), Shah Abdul Latif University (SALU), Khairpur, Dr. Syed Asif Ali Shah has announced the result of M.A (Previous) Islamic Culture, Economics and Political Science, Annual Examinations 2013. The candidates have been advised to visit their concerned colleges for their result. Source:...


CHK paramedics joined by Sindh Doctors Forum for acceptance of demands

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CHK paramedics joined by Sindh Doctors Forum for acceptance of demands KARACHI: Sindh Doctors’ Forum announced on Tuesday to support the Civil Hospital Karachi’s unit of Pakistan Paramedical Staff Association in call for acceptance of their demands related to improved facilities for patients. The paramedics who have resorted to token strike so as to draw attention of the authorities towards their demands are also seeking better...


Mobile use bad for school test scores: Japan study

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Mobile use bad for school test scores: Japan study TOKYO:Children who spend more than four hours a day on their mobile phone perform significantly worse on school tests than those who are limited to just 30 minutes, a Japanese government survey has found. Among the nearly one-in-nine 14 and 15-year-olds who use their handheld device for at least four hours daily, grade scores suffer...


Super price of $3.2 mln for first Superman comic book

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Super price of $3.2 mln for first Superman comic book NEW YORK: A near-flawless edition of the first book featuring cartoon hero Superman from June 1938 has fetched $3.2 million at auction, according to e-Bay, surging past the previous record for a single comic book. After the 10-day online auction concluded Sunday, the hammer came down for Action Comics No. 1 with a price of...


BISE Mirpurkhas announces result of HSC exams

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BISE Mirpurkhas announces result of HSC exams MIRPURKHAS:  Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Mirpurkhas Monday announced the results of Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) part II annual examinations 2014. Chairman BISE Mirpurkhas Fasih ud din Khan announced the results of Pre-engineering, Pre-Medical and Science General groups in a ceremony held here at the board office. More  than 17 thousand students appeared...


Parents urge FBISE to extend admission date for Intermediate Part-I

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Parents urge FBISE to extend admission date for Intermediate Part-I ISLAMABAD: Parents have urged the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) to extend date for the admission and registration process of Intermediate Part-I as they were unable to complete admission formalities due to the Inqilab and Azadi sit-ins. The merit lists have been displayed at the colleges but due to non-availability of public...


Over 3,000 appear in UET entry test in Taxila

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Over 3,000 appear in UET entry test in Taxila WAH CANTT: Over 3,000 candidates appeared in the entry test for the admission in the engineering institutions of the Punjab for undergraduate programmes-2014 held here at University of Engineering and Technology (UET) on Sunday. The test was conducted simultaneously in big cities of the country under the supervision of the University of Engineering and Technology...


President announces TAMGHA-E- IMTIAZ to the Founder of JUW

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President announces TAMGHA-E- IMTIAZ to the Founder of JUW President announces the TAMGHA-E- IMTIAZ to the Founder of Jinnah university for women late Reyaz Uddin Ahmad According to report: President of Pakistan Mr. Mamnoon Hussian announced the Pride of Performance TAMGHA-E- IMTIAZ to the Founder of Jinnah University for Women late Reyaz Uddin Ahmed Ahmad for his services towards the education. He devoted his...


Malaysia fast becoming education hub in Asia

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Malaysia fast becoming education hub in Asia KARACHI: Foreign students aspiring for quality and affordable international degrees now look to Asian countries and Malaysia is fast becoming a higher education hub in Asia. The organizers of an educational exhibition in a press release said that Malaysia ranks 8th worldwide as a preferred destination for international students by the United Nation Education Science...


Nawaz Sharif Agri University to become milestone

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Nawaz Sharif Agri University to become milestone MULTAN: Vice Chancellor of Mohammad Nawaz Sharif Agriculture University, Dr Mohammad Ashraf, said Friday the institution would become a milestone in the country. Addressing a meeting of the faculty of the university here, he hoped that cooperation of agriculture experts and scientists would play a role in bringing the university at desired level of credibility....


Admissions in M.Phil, PhD in Mass Communication starts at AIOU

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Admissions in M.Phil, PhD in Mass Communication starts at AIOU ISLAMABAD: Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) has introduced M.Phil and PhD degree in Mass Communication from the current Semester Autumn, all over the country to facilitate the students at their nearest places. Registrar AIOU and dean faculty of science, Professor Dr Naushad Khan said degree of PhD and LLM/MS in Shari’ah has also been introduced...


FAISALABAD: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary

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FAISALABAD: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Faisalabad will announce results of the class nine exams 2014 on Thursday (August 21). Malik Zafar Iqbal, Controller Examinations BISE, said here on Wednesday that all arrangements had been completed to announce results of ninth class (part-I) examinations 2014.The results would be announced in a formal ceremony which would be held at 10:00...


Children’s drawings indicate intelligence in later life: study

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Children’s drawings indicate intelligence in later life: study ISLAMABAD:A four-year-old child’s ability to draw could be an indicator of intelligence at age 14, according to a study. The researchers from King’s College London (KCL) studied 7,752 pairs of identical and non-identical twins, and found that the link between drawing and later intelligence was influenced by genes, said a study published in the British journal...


Fitness of school buses/vans to be examined

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Fitness of school buses/vans to be examined KARACHI: The city administration has decided to take effective and practical steps to ensure that school buses and vans meet safety standards, and for this purpose fitness of such vehicles will be examined. The decision was made at a meeting of the District Regional Transport Authority (DRTA) chaired by Commissioner Karachi Shoaib Ahmed Siddiqi here...


Commissioner directs to ensure safe travelling for school kids

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Commissioner directs to ensure safe travelling for school kids KARACHI: Commissioner Karachi Shoaib Ahmed Siddiqui has directed the concerned officials to take effective steps to ensure that school transports meet the requirement of safety in order to provide safe travelling to school children. He said this while addressing a meeting with District Regional Transport Authority Board (DRTAB) at his office. It was decided in...


FBISE announces result of HSSC Part-I, with 50.90 pass percentage

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FBISE announces result of HSSC Part-I, with 50.90 pass percentage ISLAMABAD: Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) on Monday announced result of Higher Secondary School Certificat e (HSSC) Part-I annual examination, declaring overall pass percentage of 50.90. According to the result announced here, a total of 51883 regular  candidates appeared in the exam out of which 27375 candidates passed with pass percentage of...


Bangladesh govt offers 22 seats in medical colleges to Pakistani students

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Bangladesh govt offers 22 seats in medical colleges to Pakistani students ISLAMABAD: The Bangladesh government has offered 22 seats to Pakistan students for doing MBBS/BDS courses in its medical colleges on self-finance basis for academic session 2015 under South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (Saarc) quota. Applications must be submitted to National Testing Services (NTS) by September 19, 2014. Tests would be held on October 12,...


Steps to provide uninterrupted power to BZU: MEPCO

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Steps to provide uninterrupted power to BZU: MEPCO MULTAN: Chief Executive Officer Muzaffar Ali Abassi said that all possible steps would be taken to provide uninterrupted power supply to Bahauddin Zakariya University (BZU). CEO MEPCO Muzaffar Ali Abassi expressed these views while talking to Vice Chancellor BZU Dr Khawaja Alqma who called on him at his office on Saturday. The CEO said that...


Elected Pakistan B-Tech Honours Association elections held

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Elected Pakistan B-Tech Honours Association elections held HYDERABAD: Muhammad Arshad Qureshi and Muhammad Ali Jafri have been elected as Chairman and  Vice Chairman of Pakistan B-Tech Honors Engineers Association at the general body meeting held here on Saturday. According to a press release, the general body also elected Ilyas Ahmed Qureshi as President and Athar Javed as General Secretary of the association....


Chinese language institute to be established in Faisalabad

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Chinese language institute to be established in Faisalabad ISLAMABAD: China will establish a Chinese language institute at Faisalabad to serve as a strong bridge bringing the people of the two countries more closer to each other. “There are already two such institutes one at National University of Modern Languages (NUML), Islamabad and other in Karachi,” according to an official in Chinese Embassy here....


AIOU declares results of Bachelor programmes (BA)

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 15th August 2014

AIOU declares results of Bachelor programmes (BA) ISLAMABAD: Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) has  announced the final results of its Bachelor programs (BA) for the Semester Autumn, 2013 and also placed it at website www.aiou.edu.pk. Vice-Chancellor, Prof Dr Ali Asghar Chishti pushed the computer-button, declaring the results Prof Dr Abdul Hafeez, senior officer Majid Rashid, Controller Exams, Dr Hamid Khan Niazi, Incharge,...


KU teachers felicitated for being awarded with Tamgha-e-Imtiaz

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KU teachers felicitated for being awarded with Tamgha-e-Imtiaz KARACHI: Vice Chancellor of Karachi University, Dr Mohammad Qaiser has felicitated teachers of the university who are among the national award recipients for 2014. In a statement on Thursday he said the announcement made by the government to confer “Tamgha-e-Imtiaz” upon Prof Shakil Aauj, Dean,Faculty of Islamic Studies and Chairman, Mass Communication Department,in recognition of...


Iranian Stanford professor first woman to win top maths prize

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Iranian Stanford professor first woman to win top maths prize SEOUL: Iranian mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani on Wednesday became the first woman to be awarded the Field Medal,mathematics’ equivalent to the Nobel Prize. The professor at Stanford University in California was among four Fields Medal recipients at the International Congress of Mathematicians held in Seoul, and the first female among the 56 winners since the prize...


Govt spending Rs274 billion on education: minister

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 12th August 2014

Govt spending Rs274 billion on education: minister LAHORE: Provincial Minister for Excise & Taxation and Finance Mujtaba Shuja-ur-Rehman has said the government is spending Rs 274 billion on the education sector. Talking to delegations at his residence here Tuesday, he said the Punjab government considered education a tool to development and record funds had been provided for school and higher education. He...


HEC allocates Rs. 2.507 bln for Public Service Universities in last five years

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HEC allocates Rs. 2.507 bln for Public Service Universities in last five years ISLAMABAD: Higher Education Commission (HEC) has allocated Rs. 2.507 billion for different programs of Public Sector Universities for research purpose during last five years. Giving details of the programs, official sources told APP that under National Research Program for Universities (NRPU), the total funds allocated to Public Sector Universities for research purpose during the last...


 
 
 



 
 



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