GCU Lahore


The Government College University Lahore will resume online classes after the training of its teachers and quality control of courses. This will help the students in timely competition of graduation if the lockdown of universities is extended beyond May 31, 2020, due to coronavirus crisis.

The Government College University (GCU), Lahore faculty and staff members celebrated the Christmas with the university’s minority community at a colorful ceremony at the university’s Bukhari Auditorium which was especially decorated in a traditional style with lights, balloons, flowers, flags and a Christmas tree.

The Government College University (GCU), Lahore has announced activating its six research chairs. Vice Chancellor Professor Asghar Zaidi said that in developed countries eminent experienced personalities occupying such prestigious chairs were the backbone of universities. “They don’t only hone the research potential of a university but also play a key role in the institutional development,” he said while chairing a meeting of university’s administrative staff and senior faculty members.

A delegation of 55 Baloch students and their teachers from Cadet College Killa Saifullah (CCKS), Balochistan visited the Government College University (GCU), Lahore for a study tour on Wednesday. The delegation visited various academic departments of GCU and also met…

The Punjabi language is becoming an alien idea in the midst of rapid urbanisation of the province. Years of contempt and ridicule attached with the language in popular culture has vastly reduced the importance of this beautiful language of Sufis. From the profound verses of Waris Shah and Bullay Shah that can stir even the coldest of souls, the language has been reduced to being associated with violence, ignorance and backwardness in the present day and age. Its speakers are looked down upon with cringe and dubbed “illiterate” as soon as they utter a word of Punjabi.