The Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) Lahore Regional Office and Government College University Lahore signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for the cooperation in providing financial literacy and training to the university students about the functioning of capital markets and their role in economic development through hands-on experience.
A seminar titled “Humans without Human Rights” was held at Government College University Lahore under the auspices of its newly formed Kashmir Society to discuss how the current policy of Pakistan was able or unable to address the changing situation in the Indian Occupied Kashmir.
A thalassemia awareness seminar was held at the Government College University Lahore under the auspices of its Blood Donor Society (BDS) and a non-government organization (NGO), Kashif Iqbal Thalassemia Care Centre (KITCC).
The Government College University Lahore, one of the oldest seats of higher learning in Pakistan, has turned 156. Founded on January 1, 1864 in the Haveli of Raja Dhyan Singh in the Walled City Lahore as the liberal arts and Science College, it served as a nourishing stream to the generations of talented men and women.
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…
There is an urgent need to change society’s attitude towards arts education, Government College University Vice Chancellor Professor Dr Asghar Zaidi said on Wednesday.
Professor Dr Asghar Zaidi, the vice chancellor of Government College University (GCU) Lahore, has published his first journal paper for the GCU in a reputed high-impact international journal on social policy. Professor Zaidi had more than 40 international journal articles to his credit, but this one is his first as a faculty member of the GCU Lahore.
Harassment and marginalisation of women is a touchy topic in Pakistan, let alone the country’s academic circles. We discover how two young students are taking the issue head on.