Punjab university BBA (Hons) examination 2009
Punjab university announced BBA Hons examination schedule
Lahore, Dec 03: The Punjab University (PU) has issued a notification for
commencement of the Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons) Annual
The BBA (Hons) First Year and Fourth Year Annual Examination,
2009, will commence from December 18, BBA (Hons) Second Year Annual Examination
from December 19 and BBA (Hons) Third Year Annual Examination from December 21.
Detailed schedule is also available at the PU website www.pu.edu.pk. The news
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PU, IJT activists tussle
Lahore: The tussle between PU administration and IJT activists on the issues of
students' expulsion and forcible attempt to establish union offices in PU
hostels and some departments has reached at the boiling point.
Non-cooperative attitude of police and fear of taking offensive action by
the IJT activists at the PU hotels and new campus departments to establish their
hegemony have panicked the varsity administration and students who are expecting
high turmoil at the campus in the coming days.
Fearing this, the varsity
administration Wednesday sought police protection at hostel No 1 and philosophy
department where the armed activists want to establish their offices despite ban
on union activities.
The university is planning to expel more students out
of 60 students, mostly IJT activists, who broke the wall of PU campus at
gunpoint the other day, sources revealed. The varsity's disciplinary committee
is working to deal with the matter of further expulsions.
said the IJT activists had occupied rooms in hostels without any fear and the PU
administration was helpless in maintaining its writ mainly due to
non-cooperation of the police. PU Students Advisor Iftikhar Malik said that
strict action would be taken against the IJT activists who staged an
armed attack at the four rooms of the said hostel for making their offices.
the meanwhile, the Academic Staff Association has vowed to stage a protest
demonstration, which will be led by the PU vice chancellor to the Governor's
House, against the high-headedness of IJT and filthy language being used by them
against the university administration. The nation
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PU Research work
Lahore: An Urdu book by Assistant Professor Dr Ghazala Nasseem of the
Institute of Mycology & Plant Pathology of Punjab University (PU) has been
The book is titled "Kuch Aham Mahooliyati Aur Arziyati Masail:
Aik Sainsi Nuqta-e-Nazar" (Some important environmental issues: A Scientific
vision). It carries the research of the assistant professor.
release said the book has been published by the provincial Environmental
Protection Department in which Dr Ghazala Nasseem has highlighted 15 research
topics. The book helps understand natural phenomena.
PU Faculty of
Sciences Dean Prof Dr Jamil Anwar Chaudhry has written the preface of the book
and said this was an excellent research work. He said it always had been a
difficult task for everyone to write on scientific research work in Urdu, adding
but Dr Ghazala Nasseem did it in good way and she succeeded to convey her
message to common people.
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3.4m Punjab students to benefit from IT labs
Lahore: Chief Minister Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif said that
education will have to be promoted to eliminate ignorance from the country,
putting it on the road to progress.
He said the Punjab government was
taking steps for the improvement in the education sector and establishment of IT
labs in 4,286 schools, the Punjab Educational Endowment Fund and recruitment of
40,000 educators would leave far-reaching effects on the sector.
talking to Punjab Minister Ashraf Sohna, MNA Sheikh Aftab Ahmed, Senator Zafar
Ali Shah and Zakia Shahnawaz who called on him separately here on
Mr Shahbaz said the dream of putting the country on the road
to progress could not be materialised without education and that's why the
Punjab government was taking unprecedented measures for its promotion.
He said the project of setting up of computer labs in schools had been
completed to equip the new generations with modern knowledge and 3.4 million
students would benefit from the labs each year. He said the Punjab IT Labs
project would be a milestone for providing education of international standard
to the students.
The chief minister said full attention was being paid
to the promotion of technical education and not only the Technical Education
Vocational Training Authority had been made an autonomous institution but
technical educational institutions were also being equipped with modern
machinery and other equipments according to their demands. He said to make the
manpower more skilful keeping in view the needs of the market and new courses
were being introduced with the consultation of the chambers of commerce and
industry and experts of agriculture, information technology, textile, livestock
and other sectors.
The CM said in the future, talented students would
not have to discontinue their education due to financial constraints as the
Punjab Educational Endowment Fund had been set up for deserving students and the
process of issuing scholarships to the students out of the fund had been
He said the project Danish Schools had been started for
providing the latest educational facilities to students of the backward areas of
the province on the pattern of modern schools of developed areas and the project
had been started from southern Punjab. He said that besides free education,
boarding facilities would also be available to the students in such
According to the instructions of Chief Minister Mian
Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif, inaugural ceremonies of newly-constructed 4,286
computer laboratories in government schools will be held at all district
headquarters of the province at 11.30am on Thursday (today). Provincial
ministers, advisors and special assistants to the chief minister and members
parliament will be the chief guests in the ceremonies.
The provincial level
ceremony in this regard will be held at the Government Model Girls High School,
Model Town, at 4.30 pm where Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif will be the
chief guest. The news
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International Day of Disabled Persons
Lahore: Experts and educationists reaffirmed their commitment to incorporate
mentally and physically disabled persons into mainstream society at ceremonies
held to mark International Day of Disabled Persons (Thursday, December 3) on
The Punjab Special Education Department and non-governmental
organisations (NGOs) in the city organised functions to commemorate the
occasion. According to Punjab Special Education Department Programme Officer
Zahid Majeed, there are 18,342 registered disabled persons in Punjab.
they were categorised as 'deaf', 'blind', 'mentally challenged', 'physically
disabled' and 'slow learner'. He said the percentage of disabled men was higher.
He said 112 institutions across Punjab were working to promote special education
and improve the status of disabled students.
He said the department would
organise a special programme for disabled students. Humiar Bano, Head of the
Punjab University Special Education department, said she called such children
"challenging children" because it was unfair to call them 'special children'.
She said technology and expert knowledge must be used to develop the status and
personalities of disabled children. staff report. Daily times
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