A special discussion was arranged at the University of Punjab (PU), on the completion of 30 years of diplomatic relations between Pakistan and Tajikistan. On this occasion, the Ambassador of Tajikistan Mr Ismatullah Nasiruddin was the Chief Guest. At the…
LAHORE: A webinar on “Coronavirus vaccine and myths related to it” was held at the Government College University Lahore under the auspices of its Disease Awareness and Prevention Society. The two-hour webinar, addressed by the renowned infectious diseases and internal…
The Inter-Medicine University Board, consisting of vice-chancellors and rectors of medical varsities, on Monday, announced a uniform policy with regards to online classes and assessments in medical and dental colleges across the province in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. It was that medical students will not be promoted to the next class without passing the exams.
Uncertainty looms over the reopening of educational institutions across the country, as the provincial and Federal governments have failed to agree on potential dates for easing the lock-down and resuming academic sessions.
Pakistan will be launching a Rs 3 billion STEM schools project this year, aimed at promoting digital education in the country.
A seminar titled Clean and Green Pakistan was jointly arranged by University of Agriculture Faisalabad (UAF) and District Government Faisalabad at New Senate Hall UAF in which the speakers stressed that environmental degradation and climate changes were posing a serious threat to the lives of the people for which everybody must plant the saplings to ensure the clean breath , environment and green Pakistan.
The Virtual University of Pakistan has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Finnish universities to train one million students in disruptive technologies. The agreement was signed by officials from the Virtual University of Pakistan and Finland’s Kajaani University. Federal Minister for Planning, Development and Special Initiative Asad Umar was the chief guest on the occasion.
Pakistani students show support for the Kashmiris facing persecution at the hands of Modi’s fascist regime.
The year 2020, marks the thirtieth annual commemoration of Kashmir Solidarity Day. Every year since 1990, Pakistanis mark February 5 with various rallies and protests to express solidarity with their Kashmiri brethren and call on the world to let Kashmiris decide their fate as per UN resolutions that guarantee their right to self-determination.
Multiple curricula currently in use in educational institutions across Pakistan is hampering governments’ efforts to ensure national unity and unison, Federal Education and Professional Training Minister Shafqat Mahmood said on Wednesday.
The Institute for Art and Culture (IAC) held a History exhibition on Thursday, January 9. The exhibition displayed students work for the course, ‘History and Theory of Architecture and Urbanism’, taught by Pervaiz Vandal, Mehwish Abid, Sanya Jafri, Salman Basharat. The exhibition was inaugurated by Vice Chancellor of IAC, Prof Sajida Vandal.