Punjab University


Deputy Counsel General of China Peng Zhengwu said that China is extending full support to Pakistan and power plants based on technology being used in Beijing had been installed  for resolving energy crisis. He was addressing a seminar organized by Punjab University (PU) Pakistan Study Centre.

The seminar on Breast Cancer Awareness was organized by Punjab University (PU) Academic Staff Association (ASA) at Al Raazi Hall. Governor Punjab’s wife Parveen Sarwar, PU ASA president Professor Dr Mumtaz Anwar Chaudhry, secretary Javed Sami, treasurer Rafia Rafiq, Behavioral and Social Sciences Dean Faculty Prof Dr Umbreen Javed, Life Sciences Dean Faculty Professor Dr Firdous e Barin, Dr Anisa Fatima, faculty members and students from various departments participated in the event.

Punjab Minister for Higher Education Raja Yasir Humayun on Tuesday said that promotion of industry-academia linkages was key to resolving social problems and uplifting the country’s economy. He was addressing the inaugural session of 7th International Conference on Research in Education (ICORE-19) titled “Teachers Education: 21st Century Challenges” on Tuesday.

Punjab University’s Department of Archaeology organized a special lecture by Dr Dalvir S. Pannu about his recent book “The Sikh Heritage Beyond Borders”. Distinguished professors, scholars and professionals from different departments of archaeological, cultural, artistic, heritage, literary and history of Pakistan participated in the special lecture.