A security alert has been issued by the Punjab government for all the private and public schools in the A and A Plus category in Punjab. There are almost 16000 schools in the A and A plus categories in the…
Punjab Cabinet approved Single National Curriculum (SNC) for provincial schools that will start implementing in the academic year 2021. Punjab Education Minister Dr Murad Raas said, “The Punjab cabinet approved a single national curriculum. We will be implementing it in…
A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed between the Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (Tevta) and Beti, a media advocacy programme, as part of a set of measures by Punjab TEVTA for bringing women in the mainstream.
The scope of the MoU will include facilitation and cooperation towards each other for women empowerment.
Punjab Government draws on tech to monitor private schools
Punjab Minister for Higher Education Raja Yasir Hummayun Sarfraz has said that the universities in Punjab will attract international students and teachers and give them facilities as per international standards.
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.
Around 15 of the 28 public sector universities in Punjab are unable to appoint key officials due to unapproved statutes and service rules, the Academia Magazine has learnt.
The University of Health Sciences (UHS) has established a National Tele-medicine Center for Corona virus (COVID-19) control to help healthcare providers manage and mitigate the spread of deadly virus.
Pakistan Tehrik -e- Insaf (PTI) led government in Punjab has announced first ever Punjab Literacy and Non Formal Basic Education (NFBE) policy on Thursday.
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.