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IFC appraise the performance of PEF

Lahore: The model of free education enunciated by Punjab Education Foundation (PEF) in Punjab- the population-wise biggest province of Pakistan was pertinently appreciated by the participants of IFC’s 6th Private International Education Conference which held in San Francisco, USA. Theme of the conference was “Rethinking Education, Shaping the Future.” Academicians ... Read More »

Munnu Bhai donates his literary treasure to GCU

Lahore: Eminent writer Muneer Ahmed Qureshi, known as Munnu Bhai, has announced donating all literary treasure to the library of Government College University, Lahore in an appreciation to the work done by this great institution from the promotion of drama and literature in the country. Muneer Ahmed Qureshi made this announcement ... Read More »

Vice Chancellors Committee gives a final shape to the future roadmap

Lahore: The Vice Chancellors Committee set up by Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has given a final shape to the future roadmap of higher education in Punjab for the next ten years. Under the roadmap, besides establishment of an international standard Information Technology and Technical University at Knowledge Park in ... Read More »

PEF completes books distribution in southern districts

Lahore: The Punjab Education Foundation (PEF) has completed distribution of textbooks in 2107 partner schools of 11 different districts in southern Punjab. According to details, nine cluster centers were set up in Multan, Muzaffargarh, Bahawalpur, Bahawalnagar, Rajanpur, Lodhran, Vehari, DG Khan and Rahim Yar Khan to provide books to the ... Read More »

Children are our ambassador to road safety:DIG Mirza Shakil Ahmad

Lahore: Children are our ambassador to road safety and National Highways and Motorway Police is strongly committed to impart road safety awareness among the upcoming generation to lay basis of a nation with far better sense of road discipline said DIG N-5 Central  Mirza Shakil Ahmad while speaking road safety exhibition ... Read More »

PU book fair sets record, over 154,000 books sold in 3 days

Lahore: Pakistan’s largest three-day book fair organized by Punjab University administration has set a record of largest sale of books as over one hundred and 54 thousands books were sold in the three-day book fair. In a press statement issued here on Sunday, PU VC Dr Mujahid Kamran said that ... Read More »

GCUDC stages dearth of true democratic values

Lahore: The Government College University Dramatics Club (GCDC), highlights dearth of true democratic values in our culture, staged Bano Qudsia’s Mukhtarnama to wide applause and critical acclaim from writers, actors, students and old Ravians here at the university’s Bokhari Auditorium. The play was presented as part of GCU’s 150th anniversary ... Read More »

PU book fair concludes, over 78 thousand books sold in two days

Lahore: Pakistan’s largest three-day book fair organized by Punjab University administration concluded here on Saturday at New Campus while the organizers said that over 78 thousand books were sold in two days i.e. Thursday and Friday. Thousands of people from all walks of life, especially a large number of families, thronged ... Read More »

Punjab govt approves a new hostel for Postgraduate Islamia College for Women, Cooper Road Lahore

Lahore: Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has accorded approval to the establishment of a new hostel for resident students of Govt. Postgraduate Islamia College for Women, Cooper Road Lahore. The required funds for this project will be the part of ADP for the fiscal year 2014-15. This was disclosed ... Read More »

PU book fair;Over thirty thousand books sold on the first day

Lahore: Over thirty thousand books were sold on the first day of Pakistan’s largest book fair being organized Punjab University administration at New Campus. On the second day, a large number of journalists, writers, doctors, lawyers, engineers, students and people from other walks of life visited the book fair. On ... Read More »

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