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Lahore Matric result
Lahore, July 24: As Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Lahore are all set to announce matriculation results on 25th of July, it has asked those educational institutes who want to get ten or more CDs of computer results to pay Rs 100 for each CD. According to a press release issued on Saturday, the spokesman of BISE Lahore stated that all such institutes who wanted to have CDs of results would have to deposit Rs 100 for each CD into Habib Bank Limited.

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ACCA signs MoU with BZU
Lahore: ACCA Pakistan signed an MoU with Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan under which seventy five scholarships worth Rs 3.3 million will be offered to undergraduates, graduates and alumni who join ACCA qualification.

It is an exceptional opportunity for undergraduates, graduates and alumni of Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan as ACCA is the only professional accounting qualification recognised by the Higher Education Commission in Pakistan. It is also globally recognised by employers and academia. The MoU was signed by Haroon A Jan, head of ACCA Lahore, and Prof Dr Syed Khawaja Alqama, Vice Chancellor Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan. The deadline for availing the scholarships is October 31, 2013.

At the MoU signing Haroon A Jan said, "ACCA is committed to providing opportunity for hard-working and talented people to enjoy rewarding and successful careers in finance and accountancy. The MoU will help many to study the ACCA qualification, which would enable them to become complete finance professionals and in turn meet the needs of businesses and the wider economy in southern Punjab. Our research shows that businesses want finance professionals with a breadth and depth of knowledge and we are committed to working with the Department of Commerce, BahauddinZakariya University Multan to ensure that ACCAs can make outstanding contributions to ongoing economic development here."

Prof Dr Syed Khawaja Alqama said, "This is an excellent opportunity for our students. We feel that they are lucky to have access to such an opportunity. We are hopeful that ACCA's initiative will motivate students to work hard to strive for such benefits."

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Admissions on merit: PU
Lahore: Clarifying a news item published in a section of press regarding admissions to an M.Phil programme, the Punjab University spokesman on Saturday said that the admissions would be made strictly on merit as per the policy of the Higher Education Commission and PU Doctoral Program Co-ordination Committee.

The spokesman said that a committee, including dean of faculty and six senior PhD teachers, had been formed at Institute of Communication Studies (ICS) to ensure transparent admissions. He said the propaganda was being made by some corrupt elements against which corruption charges had been proved in inquiries.

It is pertinent to mention that as per M Phil admission criteria; there are 40 marks for candidate's academic qualification, 40 for entry test, 10 for interview and 5 marks each for experience and publications. The basic eligibility criteria for admission are first division in MA/MSc and GAT General with at least 50 percent score.

The spokesperson said the DPCC had provisionally allowed those M Phil and PhD candidates who were already scheduled to appear in NTS (GAT) test and their result was expected on August 26 and September 2 respectively. However, the spokesman said, the candidates were bound to submit their result of NTS on August 27 and September 03 respectively. The spokesman said that PU M Phil/ PhD admission policy was available on university's DPCC website. The PU spokesman only stated that admissions would be held only on merit but did not clarify why the PU had not publish those changes it had made in a meeting of Doctoral Programme Coordination Committee (DPCC) and Academic Council, held on July 09, through which it provided relief to those candidates who had not even appeared in the recently held GAT test to apply for admissions. There is no answer to the query why PU Academic Council and DPCC had made those changes in haste without intimating direct affectees i.e. the aspirant students. Had PU published those changes in media when they were discussed it could have provide relief to thousands of students who could get a chance to apply for admissions to different disciplines, including MS/M. Phil and PhD programmes to as many as 50 departments of the PU.

The spokesman did not say even a single word about those aspirant students who had submitted their admission forms even after the expiry of the due date i.e. July 12, a violation of all rules and regulations of admissions. The News stands by its story.

PU lecturer honoured: Punjab University School of Biological Sciences lecturer and president of the National Academy of Young Scientists Pakistan Aftab Ahmed has been awarded the Scientific Exchange Award worth $7,000 by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). According to a press release issued on Sunday, Ahmed will visit University of Alabama, USA, for a short duration to do his research project related to stem cell biology.

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Entrance test
Lahore: Entrance Test for MS., M. Phil and other disciplines held here on Monday at Institute of Communication Studies University of the Punjab. According to sources, more than 300 students appeared in the test.

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PU admission schedule
Lahore: Punjab University Examination Department has issued a schedule of admission fee and form for BBA (Hons) 1st Year Annual Examination 2013. Date of submission of admission form and fee for the said exam is 21-08-2013 with single fee while form can be submitted with double fee till 27-08-2013. Detailed schedule is also available on PU website www.pu.edu.pk.

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PU approves 16 PhD synopses
Lahore: A meeting of Punjab University Advanced Studies and Research Board (AS&RB) was held under the chairmanship of Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran on Monday which approved 16 PhD synopses, 11 evaluation reports, 17 panels of examiners, five cases of extension and one miscellaneous case. According to a press release, Prof Dr Khawaja Haris Rashid, Prof Dr Muhammad Ehsan Malik, Prof Dr M Zakria Zakar, Prof Dr Hafiz Mehmood Akhtar, Prof Dr Muhammad Iqbal Chawla, Prof Dr Mobasher Ahmed, Prof Dr Mumtaz Akhtar, Prof Dr Ismatullah Zahid, Controller Examination Prof Dr Liaqat Ali, Chairperson DPCC Prof Dr Kanwal Amin and Registrar Prof Dr Khan Rass Masood attended the meeting. The news

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