The Chairman of Higher Education Commission Pakistan (HEC) Dr Tariq Banuri on Tuesday visited the University of Karachi (KU) and met the varsity’s acting administration discussing security arrangements and plans. The Chairman of HEC Pakistan Dr Tariq Banuri expressed deep…
Vice-Chancellors have expressed their full commitment to making online classes and e-learning a success amidst the closure of universities in the wake of situation created due to COVID-19 crisis.
Former HEC chairman Professor Dr Atta ur Rehman has said that knowledge is key driver for socio-economic development of any country and our universities direly needed funding to contribute in development of Pakistan.
In what appears to be a clear case of an embarrassing rebuttal, the Higher Education Commission (HEC) has replied to HEC founding chairman Dr Attaur Rehman in a somewhat rude and discourteous manner in response to a letter he recently sent to the prime minister about the closure of some programmes.
The Higher Education Commission (HEC) will support and facilitate PhD holders of Pakistan in their efforts for employment on merit and quality, HEC Chairman Dr Tariq Banuri said on Thursday.
After several weeks of speculations, rumour mongering and suggestions, the prime minister of Pakistan has finally appointed the chairman of the Higher Education Commission of Pakistan, with the coveted post falling in the lap of Dr Tariq Banuri for the next four years.
Following various round of deliberations, the search committee formed for suggesting candidates to take the reins of Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan has forwarded four names to the prime minister for a final decision.
Noted academician refuses to appear before selection committee for appointment of HEC chairman over inclusion of Syed Babar Ali as convenor
With a number of candidates vying for the vacant post of Higher Education Commission chairman running from pillar to post to ensure their selection for the coveted seat, a noted academician has bucked the trend and raised concerns among the academic circles by refusing to appear before the committee tasked with selecting suitable candidates for the post.
A total of 60 candidates from over a hundred applicants have been shortlisted by the authorities concerned for interviews to fill the vacant seat of chairman of the Higher Education Commission of Pakistan (HEC).