PHEC To Assist Varsities Continue Education Online   The Punjab Higher Education Commission (PHEC) has constituted a nine-member committee to enable higher education institutions to continue teaching lessons online.This comes in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic which forced the Government of Punjab to announce closure of all education institutions until May 31. The closures

Punjab Higher Education Commission (PHEC) and Tobacco Smoke-free Cities Project of Minister of National Health Services, Regulations, and Coordination (NHSRC) signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) in a formal ceremony held at PHEC Head Office, Lahore. The LOI was inked in the presence of Prof Dr Fazal Ahmed Khalid, Chairman PHEC, Prof Dr Bushra Mirza, Vice-Chancellor of Lahore College for Women University, and Dr Minhaj-us-Siraj, Project Director Tobacco Smoke-free Capital Project, was aimed at extending mutual collaboration to control, regulate and discourage the use of tobacco at the universities campuses and attached institutions of higher learning in Punjab.

A delegation from the University of Palermo, Italy lead by  Prof Dr Micari Fabrizio, the rector, and accompanied by  Prof Dr Salvatore Casabona visited Punjab Higher Education Commission (PHEC)  on Saturday and  met with Prof Dr Fazal Ahmad Khalid, the Chairman Sajid Zafar Daal, Secretary Higher Education Department, Govt. of Punjab, and representatives of the Higher Education Commission (HEC), Pakistan were also present during the meeting.