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Blue Ocean Strategy Cell to be set up at IoBM

Lahore: With changing times the traditional approach towards Higher Education is gradually experiencing a change through “Learning by doing”: experiential learning. In this regard, the Quality Enhancement Cell (QEC), Institute of Business Management (IoBM) arranged a workshop on Blue Ocean strategy in Higher Education at IoBM with the cooperation of Higher Education Commission ... Read More »

Punjab University awards four PhD degrees

Lahore: Punjab University has awarded four PhD degrees to the scholars in which Syeda Shah Bano D/o Syed Inayat Ullah Bukhari in the subject of Persian after approval of her thesis entitled “Persian Language in Pakistan: A Research and Critical Study”, Fazilat Zahra D/o Sh. Fazal Hussain in the subject ... Read More »

Muhammad Umar is selected for a scholarship program SUSI

Lahore: Punjab University Institute of Agricultural Sciences (IAGS) BSc Hons 4th Semester student Muhammad Umer has been selected for a fully funded scholarship program “Study of United States Institute (SUSI)”. Mr Umer will attend local state and federal public policy making program as an international student leader of tomorrow, which ... Read More »

Punjab University PhD student Arslan Sarwar wins World Bank scholarship

Lahore: Punjab University Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics’ PhD student Arslan Sarwar has been awarded with Robert S. McNamara (RSM) World Bank Ph.D. exchange fellowship for 10 months at University of Maine, USA. The Robert S. McNamara fellowships program was established in 1982 by a resolution of the Executive ... Read More »

British Council launches new library in Lahore

Lahore: Punjab Education Minister Rana Mashhood Ahmed Khan has said that launching the British Council’s library in Lahore will provide a convening space for the youth of city.  “We are extremely delegated to strengthen our exciting relationship with the British Council in Pakistan by finding synergies within its library offer ... Read More »

Libraries of the universities are repository of knowledge, wisdom : Dr. Talat Afza

Lahore: Vice Chancellor, Government College Women University, Professor Dr. Talat Afza has said that libraries of the universities are repository of knowledge; wisdom; research and development which is enshrined in the books preserved in them. She made these remarks while inaugurating a new research lab at the women university, here, ... Read More »

Internees to avail all opportunities of acquiring modern skill : Baleegh-ur- Rehman

Lahore: Minister of State for higher education and interiors Engineer Baleegh-ur- Rehman has given away certificate of SNGPL to a student of mechanical engineering Muhammad Waqas Abbas here today. State Minister while speaking on the occasion said that Government is providing all possible facilities to the young and talented students to acquire modern ... Read More »

Old Ravians wishes good health to PM Nawaz Sharif

Lahore: The Old Ravians Union (ORU), the alumni body of Government College University Lahore (GCU), has also wished successful surgery, speedy recovery and good health to Old Ravian and Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif. In a message to the Prime Minister and his family, President Kamran Lashari, Secretary Prof Dr Khalid Manzoor ... Read More »

Dr Zafar Iqbal Qadir receives Global Good Governance Award

Lahore: Chairman Taaleem Foundation Dr Zafar Iqbal Qadir has received Global Good Governance Award on behalf of his organization at an impressive ceremony during Global Donors Forum 2016, a biennial event of the World Congress of Muslim Philanthropists. Ambassador of Malaysia in Turkey Dato’ Amran Mohamed Zin conferred the Award ... Read More »

In – service teacher training should be mandatory : Prof Nizamuddin

Lahore: Speakers at the concluding ceremony of five-day faculty training at the Government College University Lahore (GCU) on Friday said In – service teacher training should be mandatory for all those who take up teaching as a profession. “Teaching is not an ordinary job as it is generally considered. It ... Read More »

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