Wednesday, November 30, 2016

‘Work on women, engineering varsities in Swat to start soon’

MINGORA: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Governor Iqbal Zafar Jhagra has said that work will be begun soon to set up ladies college and building college in Swat.

Tending to the primary meeting of University of Swat at Wadudia Hall in Saidu Sharif on Monday, he said that advancement of training was beat need of the administration. He praised youth of Swat for proceeding with their studies in spite of basic and tough times.

The principal assembly of the college was gone to by understudies, instructors, guardians, neighborhood older folks and individuals from common society.

No less than 192 understudies of various projects in Swat University were granted degrees while 36 position holders were beautified with gold decorations on the event.

Senator reports reward for staff of University of Swat amid its first meeting

The representative said that created countries gained ground as they offered need to instruction. "It involves awesome joy for me to direct the principal assembly of University of Swat. It is to be sure an extremely uncommon event for these youthful graduates, who effectively finished their studies and have the pleasure to be the pioneer clump of the college," he included.

Mr Jhagra said that individuals of the locale, particularly youth and understudies, encountered the most noticeably awful a great time. In any case, he said that foundation of University of Swat and its part in the lives of understudies of the district was excellent.

"Today, we can see the outcome as these youthful graduates," he included.

The representative trusted that time would come when understudies from abroad would come to Pakistan for getting training. He said soon chip away at ladies college and building college would begin in Swat. He additionally reported one pay reward for all the staff of Swat University.

Talking on the event, Vice-chancellor Dr Jehan Bakht said that individuals of Swat adored training as they demonstrated it amid the unforgiving time of militancy. "They didn't surrender training and proceeded with it notwithstanding disorder in the valley," he included.

He expected that every one of the understudies would get to be esteemed individuals from the general public.

The graduates said that they were pleased to be in the principal degree-getting cluster of the college.

"I am truly appreciative to Almighty Allah, my instructors and guardians, who bolstered me to get college training in Swat. I am pleased to get my degree in the main assembly of the college," said Shabnam, an alum of news coverage.

The understudies said that peace cherishing individuals of the locale needed to get present day instruction and participate in the advance of the nation.

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Faulty educational approach blamed for militancy

MANSEHRA: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Board of Technical Education executive Dr Ghulam Qasim Marwat has said absence of adjusted approach towards instruction has brought on militancy in the nation.

He was tending to the yearly guardians day of Mansehra Public School and Girls College here on Monday.

Noted among members were Hazara University recorder Dr Manzoor Hussain Shah, Consumer Protection Council executive Shahjehan Khan Swati and school foremost Umar Gul Khan Swati.

The KPBTE director told members that instructive establishments ought to guarantee that understudies learn and grow great character as accomplishing positions in the instructive sheets' examination shouldn't be the main point of understudies.

"In the event that you need to create genuine savvy people, we ought to concentrate on the character working of understudies other than guaranteeing they're high-achievers," he said.

Mr. Marwat said instructive organizations ought create specialists, engineers and different experts as well as prep understudies into the genuine people, who serve others with poise and regard.

He valued the execution of Mansehra Public School for offering quality training in the territory for very nearly three decades.

The Hazara University enlistment center said there was a deficiency of good legislators in the nation because of absence of value instruction.

"Until we have the capacities to judge a decent individual, we will welcome each great and awful work of lawmakers. On the off chance that we are genuine about achieving transform, we ought to grant great training to our youngsters," he said.

The important said the school prepped its understudies in a route that subsequent to finishing instruction, they got the capacity to judge amongst great and awful and along these lines, turning into an awesome resource for guardians and society.

The understudies later performed plays and melodramas highlighting a few national issues.

The KPBTE administrator later gave away shields, trophies and gratefulness endorsements to the understudies who welled in curricular and extracurricular exercises.

Monday, November 28, 2016

No end to problems until education promoted: JI

PESHAWAR: The nation's financial and different issues won't end until instruction is advanced, said Jamaat-i-Islami commonplace boss Mushtaq Ahmad on Monday.

He was tending to the yearly games celebration inaugural service sorted out at the Tehmas Khan Football Stadium, Shahi Bagh Sports Complex, here under the protection of the Muslim Education System.

The JI pioneer said the progressive governments had neglected to guarantee the enlistment of youngsters and in this way, removing the quantity of kids from schools to more than 22 million in the nation.

He included that none of the rulers had no a solid arrangement to address the issue.

Mr. Mushtaq required the arrangement of value instruction to the kids the nation over, saying without legitimate training, the present difficulties confronted by Pakistan couldn't be tended to.

He said the countries, which created libraries and research facilities, progressed in innovation and improvement.

"We (nation) have autonomy long prior yet at the same time don't look completely autonomous to take choices. Our approaches rely on upon the correspondence of others," he said, asking the administration to make an arrangement for arrangement of value training to make the new eras feel truly free.

The JI pioneer said the administrations didn't have the ability to conquer loadshedding of gas and power and build framework and in this way, the wretchedness of the general population kept on developing.

He valued the general population, particularly young people, for patriotism and said they were prepared to set down life for nation.

"India will never assault Pakistan and on the off chance that it makes that bumble, it will endure an embarrassing annihilation," he said.

Nearby government and provincial advancement serve Inayatullah Khan, who was additionally in participation, said Muslims once used to manage the world since it centered its consideration on instruction and opened colleges.

"Lamentably when Muslims separated themselves from learning and books, they lost brilliance on the planet. Ironicly Muslims are not concentrating on instruction however Islam is the second biggest confidence on the planet," he said.

The occasion's coordinators said the 10-day sports celebration in four locale of KP including Peshawar, Mardan, Abbottabad and Mansehra would proceed until December 1.

Around 460 male and female competitors over the region will take part in various recreations including cricket, badminton, table tennis, aerobatic, volleyball and others.

More than 300 matches will be played amid the occasion.

On the event, the MES understudies displayed walk past and different social shows getting commendation from the members.

Previous MNA and JI Peshawar boss Sabir Hussain Awan, MES CEO Haji Mohammad Aslam, Town-I nazim Zahid Nadeem and JI pioneers Mohammad Ilyas Farooqi and Dr Haji Iqbal Khalil were additionally present on the event.

Sunday, November 27, 2016

12 teachers, health employees found absent in Landikotal

LANDIKOTAL: The authorities of the office organization went by a few state-run schools and wellbeing offices in Kam Shalman and Loey Shalman and discovered 12 workers missing from obligations. Political Tehsildar Landikotal, Irshad Ali Mohmand told The News that the authorities went to seven state-run schools and two wellbeing focuses in Kam Shalman and Loey Shalman. He said they checked staff participation registers and discovered 12 workers truant from obligations. The authority said they sent a letter to wellbeing and instruction offices to make a move against the missing workers. The authority said that an observing council had been constituted to routinely screen schools and other government workplaces. He said a few representatives had been ended from administrations for carelessness. He said they additionally respected instructors and other staff individuals with money prizes on their best execution.

Saturday, November 26, 2016

Teacher accuses VC Hazara University,registrar of illegal confinement

MANSEHRA: A lady relate teacher on Friday moved a neighborhood court looking for enrollment of the main data report (FIR) against the bad habit chancellor and enlistment center of the Hazara University on the charge of her unlawful imprisonment.

In any case, the claims were dismisses by the Hazara University administration.Dr Zubeda Chaudhry, a partner educator at the Botany Department of Hazara University, moved the court of the extra region and sessions judge Mansehra looking for enrollment of a FIR against the bad habit chancellor and enlistment center of Hazara University.

She expressed in her request of that SHO Shinkiari Police Station did not enlist her FIR when she drew nearer him.The judge summoned the station house officer (SHO) of the Shinkiari Police Station on November 22.

She told the court that Dr Manzoor Hussain Shah, the recorder of the Hazara University, had been subjecting her to brutal treatment since August 16 this year when she showed up in a meeting for the workplace of bad habit chancellor.

"Dr Manzoor Hussain has blamed me for not giving imprints to an understudy in test. The bad habit chancellor bound me to determine that matter," she affirmed in her composed statement."The bad habit chancellor requesting that I go to the underground lab, where he admonished and unlawfully restricted me," she charged. "I called the area cop to save me," she said.

Dr Zubeda Chaudhry added she went to the Shinkiari Police Station to stop the FIR against the bad habit chancellor and recorder, however the SHO rejected my demand. She argued the court to request that the SHO hold up her FIR against the bad habit chancellor and enlistment center of the college.

Hazara University Registrar Dr Manzoor Hussain Shah dismisses the charges and said more than 7,000 female understudies were getting training at their grounds yet no one could consider annoying any of them. He included that there were 100 ladies employees at the Hazara University. The recorder asserted that Dr Zubeda Chaudhry was in the propensity for staying truant from obligation. He said she moved the court to stay away from any disciplinary activity since she had been presented with a showcase take note.

Friday, November 25, 2016

AIOU distributes laptops under PM’s youth scheme

Islamabad: Minister of Education Engineer Muhammad Balighur Rehman here on Thursday circulated portable workstations among the understudies of Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU), under the Prime Minister's childhood conspire.

Aggregate portable workstations' beneficiaries from AIOU were around 2,500 of ace, M.Phil and PhD level. While tending to the portable workstations' dissemination function, the Minister trusted that the triumphant understudies will utilize them as an apparatus to conquer information hole in their study, empowering themselves to serve the general public.

The service was additionally tended to by the Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Shahid Siddique who guaranteed that the University will proceed with its walk towards a superior future for their understudies, by giving them quality training, with best study environment.

He trusted that the portable PCs will help them to embrace imaginative and connected research work to serve the general public. He expressed gratitude toward the Higher Education Commission for giving vital subsidizing in doing the exploration work that is the University's top need.

Build Baligur Rehman acknowledged Vice Chancellor and his group for achieving subjective change in the University's general working. He noticed that various acclaim commendable strides were taken amid the most recent two years for the elevate of the University, upgrading scholastic positioning and working up its great picture.

The University, he said made significant commitment in enhancing and growing instructive offices for the general population everywhere throughout the nation through separation learning framework.

About the portable workstation conspire, the Minister said it was planned and being executed through a straightforward and unbiased way and absolutely on legitimacy premise. There is no optional power with the legislature in this association.

This plan got so mainstream that it was even acclaimed universally and numerous nations including India took this plan as a model to encourage their understudies. It additionally serves as 'learning passage' giving availability to the understudies to do their examination work.

98 students of BBSUL get laptops

KARACHI - As numerous as 98 understudies of M.Phil and post-graduate projects of Benazir Bhutto Shaheed University Lyari (BBSUL) were given tablets under the Prime Minister Scheme here on Thursday.

Tending to the event, Vice Chancellor BBSUL, Prof. Dr. Akhter Baloch called upon the understudies to outfit themselves with cutting edge advances and assume their part being developed of the nation.

He said that the legislature is taking a stab at advancement and welfare of the adolescent and now IT IS their obligation to focus towards their training.

The portable PCs were circulated among the understudies of the M Phil and post-graduate projects in second period of the PM's Laptop Scheme.

Central Person of the Prime Minister's Laptop Scheme, Abdul Samad, Acting Registrar of the Varsity, Fareeda Lodhi and others were likewise present.

The Railways Workers Union has commended the National Institute of Labor Administration and Training (NILAT)

for naming a recently developed assembly hall after Mairaj Muhammad Khan.

In an announcement, Central President of Railway Workers Union, Manzoor Razi and senior work pioneers, Islam Hussain, Syed Rais Iqbal, M Akram Khan, Ashraf Chaudhry, Nadim Sibtain and Javed Latif said that Mairaj Muhammad Khan rendered magnificent administrations for the reason for work.

They included that his administrations for discouraged would dependably be recollected.

Annual sports day at DA SKBZ College

KARACHI - Annual Sports and Prize Distribution Ceremony of Defense Authority Sheik Khalifa Bin Zayed College was held at the organization's ground on Thursday.

Executive DHA Brig Shahid Hassan Ali was the main visitor of the capacity.

The understudies wearing brilliant clothing types introduced an unbelievable program which incorporated a noteworthy walk past, an astounding mass PT show and taekwondo military workmanship methods by the youthful understudies.

The central visitor complimented the understudies for their amazing execution both in scholarly and co-curricular exercises at all levels.

Chairman said that the motivation behind instruction is to deliver rapid and forward looking people who could contribute for the advancement of society. He focused on the requirement for instilling control and promptness in understudies which was fundamental for achievement in life.

He said that instructors were the foundation of any instructive framework and a vital mainstay of society and solicited them to release their obligations from country working with a feeling of pride and duty.

Prior the Principal, Brig (R) Mirza Khawar Baig in his inaugural address described the accomplishments of understudies in scholastics, sports and other co-curricular exercises.

He said that the lively and fortifying instructive environment gave at the College helped in accomplishing scholastic perfection and objectives of value training. Jinnah House was won pronounced general best place of the year and won the title.

The main visitor dispersed shields and prizes among the understudies who exceeded expectations in different curricular and co-curricular exercises. Executive Education DHA, Brig (R) Sardar Muhammad likewise went to the capacity.

2,500 AIOU students get laptops

Islamabad - Around 2500 understudies of Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) yesterday got portable workstations under the Prime Minister's Youth Scheme.

Clergyman of Education Engineer Muhammad Balighur Rehman was the central visitor on the event and appropriated portable PCs among understudies from study program of bosses, MPhill and PhD.

Serve while tending to the function trusted that the triumphant understudies will utilize the tablets as an apparatus to defeat information crevice in their study, empowering themselves to serve the general public.

"It is vital to furnish our childhood with these most recent contraptions keeping in mind the end goal to make them focused in this worldwide period and it is our aggregate duty to consider our childhood and their instructive needs paying little respect to any political contrasts," said serve.

Baligh additionally expressed that AIOU has made profitable commitment in enhancing and growing instructive offices for the general population everywhere throughout the nation through separation learning framework.

"Portable workstation plan was composed and being executed through a straightforward and unbiased way and simply on legitimacy premise.

There is no optional power with the administration in this association," he said.

He expressed that administration made gigantic budgetary allotment in the instructive segment. The distribution to the HEC was Rs 41 billon in the year 2012 to 2013 which was raised to Rs 82 billion in the late year.

Bad habit Chancellor Prof Dr Shahid Siddique on this event said that AIOU would proceed with its walk towards a superior future for their understudies, by giving them quality instruction, with best study environment.

He trusted that the tablets will help understudies to embrace creative and connected research work to serve the general public.

Chinese school to help construction training

LAHORE, Qingdao Construction Engineering Vocational School, China, will give ace coaches to Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (Tevta) to prepare the young in development part.

This activity will advance specialized instruction and professional preparing particularly in development area over the territory. Tevta Chairperson Irfan Qaiser Sheik said this while conversing with eight-part appointment of Qingdao Construction Engineering Vocational School China at Tevta Secretariat. The assignment involved Principal Yu Xiang, Executive Director Xu Fengshan, Baozhi Chen, Wang Haigang, Ahmed Ma, Fergshan Xu, Panboliang, Kiloie.

The Tevta administrator said that Pakistan and Gulf states desperately required prepared labor in development and neighborliness segments. Joint effort of Tevta with the Chinese organization will be productive for the region of the Punjab, he included.

While giving the subtle elements as to the advancement of Chinese dialect in the area, he said that at present Tevta had begun three-months term course for overall population in Lahore, Gujranwala, Sialkot, Faisalabad, Multan and Rawalpindi, Gujrat, Sheikhpura, Okara, Kasur, Sahiwal, Taxila, Sargodha, Layyah, Khanewal, Bahawalpur, RY Khan and DG Khan. Four-month course have additionally been begun for official and business group in Lahore. Qingdao Construction Engineering Vocational School China Principal Yu Xiang said that China had developed another worldwide economy on the planet. Financial collaboration of China with Pakistan will open new roads for the achievement of Pakistani individuals.

Thursday, November 24, 2016

AIOU to launch LLB programme from next year

Islamabad, Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) will begin LLB classes from one year from now, in the wake of meeting the specific legitimate prerequisites of Pakistan Bar Council.

The statuary body of the college has officially affirmed the program and the college is currently in procedure of concluding matters identifying with its workforce and course material, said Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Shahid Siddiqui while directing the meeting of Faculty Board of Social Sciences and Humanities.

The board likewise yielded the LLB's program, other than M.Phil (Professional Track) program for the working writers, to be propelled from one year from now also. It endorsed in mainly foundation of two separate divisions inside Faculty of Social sciences that is branch of Psychology and bureau of Politics and worldwide relations.

The board considered and affirmed a substantial scholastic motivation, displayed by Dean Faculty of Social Sciences Prof. Dr. Syed Abdu Siraj.

The LLB three-year program will be a model one that is not intended to gain cash but rather to give quality 'law training' to the yearning understudies, Dr. Shahid Siddiqui said including a different space for this reason has been reserved at the University's principle Campus (Academic square).

The University's s Central library is being furnished with fundamental law books, courts' cases and other applicable material and in an initial step this program will be begun with a set number of understudies from Rawalpindi and Islamabad area.

The space allotted for this reason will have uncommon typical 'Court', empowering the law understudies to familiarize themselves with the real court's procedure.

AIOU is now effectively running LLM (in Shariah) classes pulling in a decent number of understudies each year.

The Faculty Board, embracing modern approach, likewise endorsed and considered some other new scholarly projects of advanced education level, identifying with sexual orientation and ladies examines, Pakistani dialects, Management Sciences, history, business, Criminology, humanism, Islamic keeping money, Library sciences and debacle administration.

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

HEC team attend professional development programme in Turkey

Islamabad, With an intend to gain from the best practices, a 21-part group of Higher Education Commission (HEC) Pakistan went to a week-long proficient advancement program in Turkey.

The goal was to see how distinctive government approaches have helped the Turkey fortify administration and quality confirmation component of its advanced education framework, and make a befitting situation for development and commercialisation of research being completed by employees and understudies.

The program was composed as a team with Turkey's Council of Higher Education at Tusside Institute of Management Sciences, a constituent establishment of Scientific and Technological Research Council (Tubitak). The program gave a complete review of Turkey's advanced education environment, which has grown quickly amid the most recent 15 years because of government's engaged strategies and very much planned endeavors of the considerable number of partners.

Turkey has turned into world's sixteenth biggest economy and intends to be among main 10 by 2023, the year when nation will finish its first century as a republic. What's more, to achieve this point of reference, alongside government and industry, Turkey's advanced education segment is assuming a critical part.

Amid different sessions, prepared asset people explained how Turkey has reacted to rising worldwide patterns and openings in advanced education, working of the Council of Higher Education, part of various different offices including services and innovative work associations in cultivating colleges, improvement of a well all through quality confirmation and accreditation component, and how colleges bolster development and commercialisation of research.

HEC officers, who spoke to every single key division of the Commission, were educated about procedures to change over from instructor focused arrangement of training to learner-focused framework. It was clarified how Turkey has profited in the wake of turning out to be a piece of Europe's Bologna Process that gives a complete Framework to Qualifications. Advance, the colleges are being urged and upheld to end up mission arranged and concentrate on particular regions of their specialization.

The group went by various higher learning foundations to increase firsthand experience of how colleges in Turkey have turned into a vital mainstay of nation's financial improvement. They went to Sabanci University, which began working in 1999 and has ended up one of the main colleges in Turkey and has additionally made its stamp in different global rankings. The agents were given a complete presentation on University's administration structure, quality confirmation components and development and entrepreneurial framework.

Correspondingly they went to Y ld z Technical University, whose key component is its Technology Park built up in 2013 at its new grounds. Yildiz Technopark has more than 220 innovation firms for the most part identified with Machinery and Manufacturing, ICT, Electronics, Software Development and in addition 100 hatchery organizations and more than 5000 qualified R&D representatives.

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Muslim students targeted in California campus attacks

NEW YORK/LOS ANGELES - Authorities at two colleges in California said police were researching assaults against female Muslim understudies, one of which was depicted as an abhor wrongdoing.

Both assaults came a day after Donald Trump was chosen president toward the end of a battle amid which the Republican was censured for divisive and provocative dialect against Muslims.

In one of the occurrences, two aggressors stood up to their casualty at San Diego State University and "made remarks about president-elect Trump and the Muslim people group," as per grounds police.

The lady had her satchel, knapsack and auto keys stolen. She went to get encourage and came back to the scene with cops, just to discover her auto had been stolen, police representative Ronald Broussard said.

The case was being researched as a presumed despise wrongdoing and also a solid arm burglary and auto robbery, Broussard said.

"Remarks made to the understudy show she was focused on in view of her Muslim confidence, including her wearing of a customary piece of clothing and hijab," college president Elliot Hirshman and between time police boss Josh Mays said in a joint articulation.

San Jose State University police said in an announcement they were researching a comparative assault against a female understudy at a grounds parking structure.

A male aggressor drew closer the casualty from behind, pulling at the casualty's head scarf, interfering with and tossing her adjust, as indicated by the announcement coursed to understudies.

"Grounds authorities are nearly observing the circumstance as the examination proceeds. No captures have been made," college representative Pat Harris said in a messaged explanation to AFP.

"We are, obviously, exceptionally worried this has happened on our grounds. Nobody ought to experience this sort of conduct at San Jose State," she included.

New York University's Muslim Students Association issued an announcement saying building students had arrived that morning to discover "Trump" scribbled on the entryway of their supplication room.

The association said individuals were "understanding that our grounds is not insusceptible to the extremism that holds America."

A Muslim understudy at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette told police that she was assaulted by two men, one of whom was wearing a white cap decorated with "Trump."

Donald Trump, in the mean time, ended the relative quiet that had fallen over his regularly disputable Twitter account Thursday night to accuse the showings against his decision triumph on "expert dissenters" who he says have been "actuated by the media". "Simply had an exceptionally open and fruitful presidential race," Trump tweeted. "Presently proficient dissidents, impelled by the media, are dissenting. Extremely out of line!"

He posted the tweet in the midst of the second day of against Trump challenges in urban areas the country over.

The tweet rejecting the challenges as being professionally coordinated and made by the media (it's not clear why the media would need to affect the nonconformists on the off chance that they are experts), appears to strife with the placating and bringing together tone the president-elect had taken since his triumph discourse early Wednesday.

Indeed, the tweet about the dissidents came nine minutes after another depicting his "awesome science" with President Barack Obama. "Melania enjoyed Mrs O a great deal!" he tweeted.

Generally quiet and systematic challenges occurred in no less than eight urban communities taking after the Republican businessperson's thrashing of Democrat Hillary Clinton in Tuesday's decision. Demonstrators have voiced concern Trump would mischief Americans' social liberties.

In any case, late-night vandalism and spray painting turned a walk in Portland, Oregon, into what police portrayed as an "uproar."

"Because of broad criminal and hazardous conduct, dissent is presently viewed as a mob. Swarm has been prompted," tweeted the Portland Police Department, who blamed "agitators."

Thousands turned up in Portland's Pioneer Courthouse Square at a young hour in the night for a serene challenge and walk yet, as the night wore on, people were seen vandalizing organizations and property in the city's Pearl District and tossing objects at police.

"Adore the way that the little gatherings of dissenters the previous evening have enthusiasm for our awesome nation. We will all meet up and be pleased!" Trump tweeted at an opportune time Friday.

Trump's commentators stress that his frequently fiery crusade talk about outsiders, Muslims, ladies and others - consolidated with support from the Ku Klux Klan and other white supremacists - could start a rush of narrow mindedness against minorities.

East Coast challenges occurred on Thursday in Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York, while on the West Coast, demonstrators aroused in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Oakland in California, and Portland, Oregon.

After Clinton yielded overcome right off the bat Wednesday, Trump took a much more mollifying tone than he had frequently shown amid his crusade, promising to be a president for all Americans. His battle dismisses a Klan daily paper support days before the race, saying Trump "decries detest in any shape."

Be that as it may, social equality gatherings and police reported an uptick in assaults on minority amasses, some by individuals guaranteeing to bolster Trump.

More hostile to Trump shows were made arrangements for the end of the week. Trump takes office on Jan 20, succeeding President Barack Obama.

No less than 35 nonconformists were captured in downtown Los Angeles in the wake of blocking activity and sitting in the road, nearby media said. A littler band of demonstrators quickly stopped activity on a bustling Los Angeles interstate before police cleared them.

In San Francisco, more than 1,000 secondary school understudies left classes on Thursday morning to walk through the budgetary region conveying rainbow banners speaking to the lesbian, gay, swinger and transgender groups, Mexican banners, and signs discrediting Trump.

Handfuls in Minneapolis walked onto Interstate 94, blocking movement for 60 minutes as police remained by.

In Baltimore, around 600 individuals walked through the downtown Inner Harbor territory, with some blocking roadways by sitting in the road, police said. Two individuals were captured.

In Denver, a group that media evaluated to number around 3,000 assembled on the grounds of the Colorado state legislative center and walked through downtown in one of the biggest of Thursday's occasions. Hundreds showed through Dallas.

Monday, November 21, 2016

BZU plans de-affiliating ‘ghost’ law colleges

MULTAN - The Bahauddin Zakariya University (BZU) has chosen to strip such law schools of their connection which need fundamental offices or have poor scholastic foundation.

The choice was made by the association board of trustees of the varsity in a meeting held with the Vice Chancellor Prof Tahir Ameen here on Friday. The panel chose to issue directions to all law schools for lifting nature of the law training. It was additionally chosen to complete an audit of offices accessible at all subsidiary law universities and end the association of every one of those lacking essential offices. The BZU organization will likewise educate the Pakistan Bar Council and Lahore High Court on any progression like this.

It was suggested amid the meeting that night class of three-year law course might be presented at Gillani Law College in the light of court request. Likewise, the possibilities of presenting five-year course were additionally examined. The members of the meeting consented to present five-year course after the survey of its syllabus by the Pakistan Bar Council. It was additionally prescribed amid the meeting to set up the syllabus for five-year yearly course at the earliest opportunity.

The meeting was gone to by the executive of the advisory group Dr Abdul Qudoos Sohaib, DSA Dr Muhammad Ashraf Khan, Registrar Dr Muhammad Mutahir IQbal, Deputy Director Colleges Dr Ibrar Ahmad, Principal Law College Sheik Muhammad Saleem, Prof Qazi Abid and Mumtaz Ahmad Sheik.

Official Multan Division Capt (r) Asad Ullah Khan took genuine notice of development of two shops on a greenbelt along the metro course in Shamasabad range and issued request to stop the development on Friday.

He guided the concerned authorities to cease from doing development on greenbelts and in parks for expanding the income of offices as it misshape face of the town other than making activity issues.

He said that noteworthy Qila Qasim Bagh is being reestablished into its unique shape and all administration divisions are being moved from that point. He said that no trade off would be made on the magnificence of the town and police focus would likewise be moved to somewhere else from greenbelt in Shamasabad. He guided the concerned authorities to do activity examine before introducing dividers between streets for movement control. "Take the subjects and dealers into certainty too before making any stride this way," he included. He guided the metro powers to make wellspring at Northern sidestep utilitarian other than finishing sitting range at Chungi No-9.

In the mean time, metro powers uncovered that the trail of elevators and lifts introduced at 12 metro stations had been completed and their execution was discovered attractive. They included that the lifts and elevators were keep running on both Mepco control supply and reinforcement arrangement of generators. The metro power has introduced control generators at every station to proceed with power supply to the stations if there should be an occurrence of loadshedding. Correspondingly, the establishment of sloar blue glass, logos, fans, LED lights and beautification is likewise in progress at all metro stations. Metro powers said that the wellspring at Chungi No-9 sitting zone had been made utilitarian while the stopping stand had likewise been finished.

Sunday, November 20, 2016

HEC team attends professional development programme in Turkey

Islamabad - A 21-part group of Higher Education Commission (HEC) went to a week-long proficient improvement program in Turkey to learn quality affirmation instrument in advanced education framework.

The program was sorted out in a joint effort with Turkey's Council of Higher Education at Tusside Institute of Management Sciences, a constituent establishment of Scientific and Technological Research Council (Tubitak).

The Pakistani group evaluated how distinctive government approaches have helped the nation in fortifying administration and making a befitting domain for development and commercialisation of research being completed by employees and understudies.

The program gave a thorough review of Turkey's advanced education environment, which has grown quickly amid the most recent 15 years because of government's engaged arrangements and all around facilitated endeavors of the considerable number of partners.

Turkey has turned into world's sixteenth biggest economy and intends to be among main 10 by 2023, the year when the nation will finish its first century as a republic. Furthermore, to achieve this development, alongside the legislature and industry Turkey's advanced education area is assuming a huge part.

Amid different sessions, prepared asset people explained how Turkey has reacted to rising worldwide patterns and openings in advanced education, working of the Council of Higher Education, part of various different offices, including services and R&D associations in cultivating colleges, improvement of a well all through quality affirmation and accreditation instrument, and how colleges bolster development and commercialisation of research.

HEC officers speaking to every single key division of the Commission were educated about methodologies to change over from instructor focused arrangement of training to learner-focused framework.

It was clarified how Turkey has profited in the wake of turning out to be a piece of Europe's Bologna Process that gives a far reaching structure to capabilities. Advance, the colleges are being urged and upheld to wind up mission arranged and concentrate on particular regions of their specialization.

Chief General Planning of HEC Dr Mazhar Saeed said: "In general, the program gave us a major chance to look for direction from fast advancement of Turkey's advanced education framework and see regions where we can team up for common advantage".

The assignment valued the Council of Higher Education and Tusside Institute of Management Sciences Turkey for giving a far reaching outline of how they are adjusting their advanced education framework to nation's financial needs.

Saturday, November 19, 2016

938 SALU students get laptops

KHAIRPUR - A portable workstations dispersion service was held at the Shah Abdul Latif University here on Friday under Prime Minister's Laptop Scheme.

Dr Darshan Lal Punchi, pioneer of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and Member of the National Assembly, appropriated tablets to 938 research researchers of MS, MPhil and PhD programs.

Talking on the event, Punchi said the Shah Abdul Latif University was taking into account advanced education needs of the Khairpur range in a powerful way. He said that he met numerous alumni of the college in the United Kingdom. He said that more than 200,000 portable workstations had been disseminated to understudies in two years in a straightforward way. He said that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his girl Maryam Nawaz merited credit for this plan since they were its pioneers.

He said that training, wellbeing, lawfulness and interchanges were beat needs of the PM. As of late, he said, the head administrator had reported a Health Insurance Policy for the general population of 36 locale of the nation. Under this strategy, he said, a poor patient could get treatment costing up to Rs1 million free of cost. He said the head administrator had reserved Rs100 billion for the Benazir Income Support Program (BISP), which gives money related help to discouraged ladies of immature country regions.

The PML-N pioneer said the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) was a distinct advantage in the locale; it would give plentiful openings for work to the general population of Pakistan and fortify the Pakistani economy.

Prior, Prof Dr Noor Ahmed Shaikh, genius bad habit chancellor of the Main Campus, invited Punchi to the grounds. He acknowledged aggregate endeavors of the leader and the Higher Education Commission for the portable workstations conspire. He said that understudies of immature provincial ranges were additionally profiting by the Fee Reimbursement Scheme.

Prof Dr Nisar Ahmed Kanhar, executive of the Postgraduate Studies and central individual for the portable PCs conspire, highlighted notable components of the plan. He said that 1,250 tablets and Rs1 million were appropriated to MS, MPhil and PhD researchers in the principal stage. He said that this plan pulled in more than 2,000 contender to MS, MPhil, LLM and PhD projects of the college as of late. He said that right now more than 2,500 researchers were doing research under MS, MPhil and PhD programs at the college.

Punchi likewise went by the Faculty of Management Sciences and met employees. Prof Dr Syed Noor Shah Bukhari, senior member of the Faculty of Management Sciences; Prof Dr Iram Rani and Prof Dr Minhoon Khan Leghari informed him about scholastic and research exercises of the personnel. Punchi likewise went to the Faculty of Education where Prof Dr Ghulam Ali Mallah, executive of the Department of Teacher Education, informed him about scholarly and research exercises of the division.

Jamshed Soomro, illustrative of the HEC; Prof Dr Muhammad Yousuf Khushk, senior member of the Faculty of Arts and Languages; Prof Dr Mumtaz Hussain Mahar, dignitary of the Faculty of Physical Sciences; Prof Dr Badaruddin Memon, senior member of the Faculty of Natural Sciences; Prof Dr Taj Muhammad Lashari, media organizer; Syed Asif Shah; Suhrab Shaikh; Ahmed Din Lakho and explore researchers went to the function.

Friday, November 18, 2016

No room for corrupt officials in education dept: minister

KARACHI - Provincial Minister for Education and Literacy Jam Mehtab Hussain Dahar has said there is no room in the Education Department for inept and degenerate authorities.

Directing a meeting at the Sindh Assembly Building Committee Room on Thursday, Dahar said that lone the individuals who might convey would remain in the office. He said that strict move would be made against degenerate and clumsy authorities with no segregation.

Secretary (Schools) Dr Faizullah Pechuhu and instruction officers from Hyderabad, Larkana, Mirpurkhas and Sukkur divisions additionally went to the meeting. Communicating his dismay with authorities challenging guidelines, the priest said that unmistakable directions were issued about arrangement of educators through NTS, IBA Sukkur and Sindh University and their posting at the union committee level, yet these orders had not been actualized yet.

He advised the authorities to keep up the instructor understudy proportion and guarantee accessibility of no less than one educator for 30 to 35 understudies. He guided the authorities to instantly post instructors where they were required the most.

Thursday, November 17, 2016

HU teacher moves court for harassment case registration

MANSEHRA: A lady instructor on Friday moved the court of the extra area judge looking for requests for the nearby police to book the bad habit chancellor and enlistment center of Hazara University for annoying her.

The judge summoned the Shinkiari police headquarters SHO to show up under the watchful eye of the court on Nov 22 to clarify position on non-enlistment of FIR against VC and recorder and deferred hearing until then.

In the appeal, Associate Professor of the HU Botany Department Zubeda Chaudhry demanded the Shinkiari police headquarters SHO declined to enlist FIR against the VC and recorder over her badgering and even her solicitations to senior police authorities in the region for it failed to receive any notice.

She asserted that HU VC Dr Idrees Ahmad and enlistment center Dr Manzoor Hussain bugged her on the bogus charge of denying imprints to an understudy in tests and tests.

The educator included that the enlistment center additionally kept her in his office, where the VC debilitated to destroy her determination records.

She said the police turned up and liberated her after she called the locale cop for offer assistance.

Ms Chaudhry said the court ought to issue requests to the Shinkiari police headquarters SHO to book VC and enlistment center for bothering her.

Whenever reached, recorder Manzoor Hussain announced claims "trash" and said the college had more than 7,000 female understudies and 100 female employees yet he even didn't consider badgering anybody of them.

He demanded the solicitor was a routine truant, who moved the court after the organization served a show cause see on her over the unapproved nonattendance from obligation.

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

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Student killed, two friends wounded in ‘sectarian’ attack

KARACHI: Three college understudies were assaulted by furnished motorcyclists in Gulistan-i-Jauhar on Friday evening, abandoning one of them dead and the two others injured.

Every one of the casualties had a place with the Shia people group, police said.

Murtaza and Ihsan Ali had picked Shahid Ali from Karachi University (KU) and were headed on a motorbike when some outfitted pillion-riders apparently pursued and assaulted them in a betrayed road in Block-4 of Guilistan-i-Jauhar, said SP Gulshan Dr Fahad Ahmed.

The occurrence came as a horrid indication of the Oct 29 assault on a majlis setting in Nazimabad that had killed five Shia individuals, including three siblings.

Beginning examination showed that the casualties of the focused on assault on Friday night were understudies of three unique colleges — Dow University of Health Sciences, Indus University and the KU — said the Gulshan SP.

The officer said Murtaza passed on while being moved to an adjacent private healing center. His two injured companions, Shahid and Ihsan, were hurried to the Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Center, he included.

Dr Seemin Jamali, leader of the JPMC crisis office, told Dawn that Shahid maintained a discharge twisted in the neck and another slug hit Ihsan in his shoulder.The collection of Murtaza was later brought at the JPMC funeral home for an after death examination, she included.

A representative of the Majlis Wahdat-i-Muslimeen told Dawn that the casualties were KU understudies and inhabitants of Chishti Nagar in Gulistan-i-Jauhar. Every one of them, clad in dark dresses, were returning home from Karachi University when they were focused on, he said.

The MWM delegate said: "They wore dark garments and were focused for being Shia."

Since the begin of Muharram, 16 individuals from the Shia people group have been focused in Karachi yet their guilty parties have not been uncovered and captured, he said, looking for solid activity against banned aggressor associations to dispense with the hazard of sectarianism in the city.

A police constable of the wrongdoing branch in a non military personnel dress was shot dead by speculated burglars over resistance in North Karachi on Friday evening, as per the territory police.

Two speculates attempted to grab a cell phone from Rizwan Ahmed, 33, as he left a dessert shop, Ronaq-i-Shireen, in Sector 11-B of North Karachi, said Central SSP Muqadas Hyder. When he set up resistance, they shot at him and took away his cell phone, the officer said.

The police constable supported discharge wounds in his stomach area and was transported to the Abbasi Shaheed Hospital where he passed on amid treatment, said an authority at the Sir Syed police headquarters.

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Scholars explore people and cities at THAAP conference

LAHORE: The seventh three-day International THAAP Conference on 'Individuals and the City' started on Friday as a team with the Government College University and the Information Technology University together with the support of Higher Education Commission and Society for Cultural Education (Forthcoming University of Culture and Art).

Likewise, the THAAP Photography Conference in a joint effort with Camera for People and a craftsmanship presentation as a team with Ejaz Art Gallery have additionally been composed that will proceed till Nov 14.

The inaugural day was gone to by researchers from Australia, Austria, China, France, Germany, Iran, Nepal, the USA, the UK and Pakistan.

Prof Pervaiz Vandal, gathering convener, clarified the meeting subject. "Without individuals, a city or town would be a cruel mass of garbage," he said. "Individuals make a city happen; they deliver it, give it character, enrich it with craftsmanship and culture, satisfy goals and endure disappointments." Michal Glikson, a PhD hopeful at the Australian National University, read his paper titled 'Workmanship and Immersion: Notes from a Painter (Re)imagining the City'. The paper investigated how workmanship reflected lived encounters of going in its shape and substance, while yielding bits of knowledge into the connections amongst individuals and places in various situations crosswise over Australia, India and Pakistan.

Rehana Lafont, a creator, interpreter, voyager and business person, introduced the second paper titled '17 Years in Lahore: A Frenchman's Life in the Punjabi Capital'. The paper examined Lahore's everyday life in various settings by considering the encounters of different French authorities. The third paper was exhibited by Dr Jonathan Shapiro Anjaria from Anthropology at Brandeis University, USA. His paper on 'Cycle Sheher: Gender, Freedom and the Bicycle in India' investigated the current patterns of cycling in the urban culture of Mumbai. 'Withdrawing Akhara Culture in Expanding Metropolitan' was displayed by Umair Ghani, a picture taker, and Amna Yaseen, a photographic artist and painter seeking after her MPhil in workmanship history. Their paper examined the quick decrease in gratefulness for conventional physical efforts or "Pehalwans" as a consequence of urbanism in Punjab.

Prof Dr Shuxi Yin from the Hefei University in China displayed the paper on 'Deep sense of being in Beijing and Shanghai'. The paper analyzed the progression of most profound sense of being among the white collar classes in Beijing and Shanghai, the two greatest urban communities of China with unmistakable administrative situations, chronicled and social foundations. Saniya Jafri, a planner and showing individual at the University of Culture and Art (anticipated), read the paper on 'The Ambiguity of Sacredness: Offerings, Images and Symbols Exploring the Mazaar of Bibi Pak Daaman, Lahore'. The paper investigated the idea of a mazaar in the subcontinent, while investigating holiness and socio-narratology in the stories possessing its spaces. She was trailed by Khola Cheema, a PhD competitor at Department of History, Quaid-i-Azam University, who displayed a paper on, 'Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh'.

Monday, November 14, 2016

Teacher awaits posting despite court, CM orders

JHANG: Punjab Schools Education Department Secretary Abdul Jabbar Shaheen summoned has the Jhang official training officer (EDO) on a grievance by a teacher for not permitting her to join the employment at a school close to her home.

Aziz Aliya was chosen a Urdu subject master under a Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC) examination and was to be posted at the Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Ahmedpur Sial.

She drew closer the training powers to get posting at the Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Wasso Astna, Athhara Hazari, under re-change course of action against an empty post.

EDO Nasim Ahmed Zahid, in any case, did not follow the requests.

Ms Aliya drew closer the Lahore High Court looking for posting at the Wasso Astna school. The schools secretary on Sept 29 requested the check of the opportunity from the EDO. In spite of the fact that the EDO checked the empty post however needed to post some other educator at the school. Equity Shujaat Ali Khan requested on Oct 14 the schools secretary to settle the case as per the law and in 10 days.

On Oct 19, the secretary requested the posting of Ms Aliya yet School Principal Abida Maqbool declined her joining, saying that she would just continue the joining report after the EDO consent.

Ms Maqbool said Farzana Hameed, instructor of the Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Bhowana in Chiniot, had prevailing to get between area exchange orders from the chief of people in general guidelines of the Punjab auxiliary training. The truth of the matter is Ms Hameed was selected on contract with non-transferable administration for a long time.

At the point when asked that according to rules, a BS-17 educator's exchange and posting couldn't be issued without a no-protest testament (NOC) of the official area officer and additionally the schools secretary and the instructor being referred to had no such NOC, she said that she was anticipating headings of the EDO.

EDO Zahid refered to people in general guidelines chief's requests for the Bhawana educator as obstacle in the posting of Ms Aliya.

Sources say the Punjab boss priest's mandate issued on Oct 18 had likewise endorsed the posting of PPSC-qualified contender for the Wasoo Astana school, yet without any result.

Private Secretary to the schools secretary, Khalil Baloch, said the grievance with respect to rebelliousness of the posting requests of the secretary was being examined.

Sunday, November 13, 2016

Parents urge private schools to avoid wasting students time

KOHAT: The guardians here have requested of the administration of tuition based schools, who just permit their own particular printed duplicates, to orchestrate stationery as quickly as time permits, as understudies are investing entire recreation energy at schools nowadays.

They said that since the begin of semester a month ago the schools had not gave duplicates and note pads to the understudies. They said that the understudies were not permitted to get them from bazaar.

Whenever reached, Sajid Khan, an agent of Private Schools Association, conceded that training had turned into a business and beside duplicates numerous schools fined the understudies who purchased uniform from outside.

"We encourage them to forgo such unlawful practice, yet they don't comprehend," he said.

A stationer, Khurshid, said that his group had additionally quit offering books and asked the non-public schools' organization to likewise orchestrate them like the scratch pad.

Orchestrate scratch pad for them at the earliest opportunity

In the interim, the guardians infuriated by the late entry of their youngsters at around 3:00pm after the schools' end time at 1:30pm requested of the organization to devise an activity arrange so that school vans could cross diverse intersections effortlessly.

They additionally said that because of nonattendance of activity authorities on the detours and congested city streets several vehicles stalled out and the youngsters achieved their homes night-time of deferral.

SEED Program: The region board's standing advisory group on horticulture on Tuesday named suspension of the Insaf Food Security Program an immediate assault on the work of the poor ranchers and requested its reclamation. Under the program wheat seed was given to the agriculturists on sponsored rates.

In this association, the advisory group director, Shah Raza, area councilors and delegates of model homestead administrations fixate approached locale farming officer Zahirullah at his office here and notified him of their worries about the choice of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government to stop the program.

They said that the legislature had begun the program for a long time till 2018 and discharged Rs1.2 billion for the principal year. They said that the sudden suspension of the program would make issues for the agriculturists.

Mr Zahirullah Shah told the designation that the program had been twisted up in light of the fact that the administration had no cash for it for the following two years. In any case, he said that the quality wheat seed was accessible at the agribusiness augmentation wing and it could be gotten for Rs2,250 per 50kg pack.

He conceded that the contrast between the cost of the seed under the IFSP of Rs500 per sack and the new rate was colossal, however the administration had no way out.

Saturday, November 12, 2016

Violence against women blamed on lack of education, awareness

MINGORA: A daylong instructional meeting was composed at the University of Swat on Tuesday to bring issues to light about savagery against ladies.

The session titled 'perceiving sexual orientation based brutality in our groups, causes and outcomes' was sorted out Uks Research Center as a team with the Awaz Response Fund, a DFID-subsidized venture, at the division of media interchanges considers.

The speakers and mentors in their intuitive sessions with the members highlighted the different types of viciousness against ladies in the general public and their causes. "Frequency of viciousness against ladies is uncontrolled in provincial zones where absence of mindfulness, ladies instruction and absence of usage of laws are the central point behind the threat," said a human rights lobbyist. He said there were a few worldwide traditions and bargains for ladies rights notwithstanding exceptional laws and bills in Pakistan, yet because of poor administration and absence of enthusiasm for actualizing these laws viciousness against ladies couldn't be controlled.

Instructional meeting composed at Swat varsity to sharpen individuals to sexual orientation based savagery

On the media scope about savagery against ladies, preparing organizer Niaz Ahmad Khan said numerous correspondents did not attempt to appreciate the way of sexual orientation based news stories and stirred up components of sentimentality in their stories.

"Writers are considered eyes and ears of the general public and they should adjust their stories by avoiding favoring one side," he said, including columnists regularly utilized negative terms for ladies as a part of such stories.

Amjad Ali Sahab, an agent of Uks Research Center at the varsity, said the goal of the session was to bring issues to light about sexual orientation equity, reasons for savagery and related laws.

The session likewise examined the brutality being caused on ladies as draconian traditions. "Today's session is gone for arousing the understudies, especially young ladies understudies, to prepare the general public and take a firm make preparations for the act of such traditions and their antagonistic effect on the casualties," Mr Sahab said.

In the mean time, understudies and educators of the University of Swat named the occasion very valuable in cutting down sexual orientation based-viciousness in the general public. "I am cheerful to go to the workshop, and from here on, I will find a way to demoralize hostile to social traditions winning in our general public," said Nizakat Ali, an understudy of media correspondence examines.

Another understudy Waqas Saleem said such useful sessions must be sorted out routinely, 'where not just we learnt about structures and reasons for viciousness additionally got direct data about the related laws to control such violations," he said.

Khalid Khan, leader of the media and correspondence examines, valued the occasion and said his specialization would welcome such occasions in future.

Friday, November 11, 2016

Khar college students protest officer’s transfer

KHAR: The understudies of Government Postgraduate College, Khar, organized a challenge the exchange of organization training officer here on Tuesday.

Many understudies partook in the showing to express their displeasure regarding the exchange of organization training officer Mohammad Aslam Khan from Bajaur Agency.

Droning mottos against the Fata training directorate, the understudies boycotted their classes furthermore obstructed the Khar-Timergara street for quite a while.

The nonconformists said that they would end blacklist of classes simply after cancelation of exchange of the AEO.

They guaranteed that Aslam Khan was an obedient training officer who had acquired unmistakable changes instructive establishments by guaranteeing nearness of educators in the schools.

The nonconformists asserted that some senior authorities of Fata Secretariat and nearby legislators were behind the AEO's exchange attributable to his dedication to end debasement from the training office in the organization.

They requested that the KP senator arrange cancelation of the exchange of Aslam Khan.

Thursday, November 10, 2016

Governor links socioeconomic progress to education

PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Governor Engr Iqbal Zafar Jhagra on Tuesday focused on the requirement for advancing instruction for financial improvement of the nation.

He was talking at a meeting of the Senate of the University of Swabi in his ability as the chancellor of the varsity at the Governor House here.

He said it was basic to make the instruction framework as per the current difficulties.

The meeting affirmed spending plan 2016-17 for the college, while bad habit chancellor Dr Noor Jehan informed the meeting on execution of the varsity.

The senator said establishments of higher learning ought to elevate examine based training to set up the understudies to contribute towards the improvement and flourishing of the nation keeping in view the present-day challenges.

With quality training conferred to youth, our country will have the capacity to come at a standard with the socio financially created nations of the world.

For sure the colleges can assume a colossally imperative part in making cream of the country by giving quality training to students, he noted.

Mr Jhagra requested that the college organization guarantee use of assets with straightforwardness and as per the money related activity arrange.

The meeting next to others was additionally gone to by guide to the central clergyman on advanced education Mushtaq Ahmed Ghani, secretary advanced education division and agents of Higher Education Commission.

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Sindh’s schools to remain closed on Iqbal Day

All open and tuition based schools crosswise over Sindh will stay shut on Wednesday (today) because of Iqbal Day.

The declaration came regardless of the government dismissing a proposition for announcing November 9 an open occasion.

A year ago, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz's government had annulled general society occasion. In any case, it was declared as an official occasion by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) drove Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) government.

The day is praised every year on November 9 to pay tribute to Pakistan's national artist Allama Muhammad Iqbal, who was conceived on the day in 1877, in Sialkot. Various projects, including classes, are being held to check the day.

UHS announces BDS result

LAHORE - The University of Health Sciences (UHS) has reported the consequence of first expert BDS yearly examination 2016.

Upwards of 784 hopefuls from 13 associated dental universities showed up in the exam out of which 539 passed and 243 fizzled. The pass rate stayed 68.93.

Ayesha Sohail D/O Sohail Akram of de'Montmorency College of Dentistry, Lahore got first position securing 605/700 imprints.

Maryam Aslam D/O Muhammad Aslam of Dental Section, Punjab Medical College, Faisalabad and Amna Khalid D/O Khalid Saeed Mirza of Akhtar Saeed Medical and Dental College Lahore got second and third positions securing 593/700 and 589/700 stamps individually. Supplementary exams will initiate on December 30, 2016.

Monday, November 7, 2016

Urdu translation of basic facts about UN launched

Islamabad, Comprehensive data about the United Nations and its work is currently accessible to Urdu perusers in Pakistan. The Urdu interpretation of the 'Fundamental Facts About the United Nations' was formally propelled here on Monday at the Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, on the event of the UN Day. The occasion was gone to by Pakistan's Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry, Resident Coordinator of the UN Neil Buhne, Ambassador of Switzerland to Pakistan Marc P George, Vice Chancellor of the Quaid-e-Azam University Dr Javed Ashraf and Director of the UN Information Center Vittorio Cammarota.

Distributed since 1947, 'Essential Facts About the United Nations' serves as a trusted manual for the United Nations and its arrangement of related organizations. The 2014 version gives a compact diagram of the association's work all through the world — including current peacekeeping and peacebuilding missions — alongside fundamental data on UN enrollment and structure. "UN has gained colossal ground in universal law, peace and improvement after the end of the Cold War," said Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry, including that, "The Urdu interpretation of this handbook will expand mindfulness about the UN's work."

UN Resident Coordinator Neil Buhne said, "With 60 for every penny populace beneath 30 years old, Pakistan is assuming a main part in the UN from numerous points of view. It can just keep on doing so if more Pakistanis know about the UN and its command." "It is critical for the UN to connect with Urdu speakers in Pakistan," said Vittorio Cammarota, Director of the UN Information Center. "To meet the difficulties of the globalized world today, it is vital that subjects everywhere throughout the world are appropriately educated about the work of the United Nations," he included.

Sunday, November 6, 2016

AIOU libraries open for general public

Islamabad, Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU)will keep open it libraries at its 44 local workplaces everywhere throughout the nation seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. day by day for overall population keeping in mind the end goal to advance book perusing propensity.

We additionally welcome understudies from different foundations other than AIOU Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Shahid Siddiqui said this tending to a class held here Monday for limit working of its custodians working at the territorial focuses.

He talked about the imperative part of libraries in spanning information hole and giving contribution to the understudies in doing research work at advanced education level. The Allama Iqbal Open University is in a procedure of redesigning its libraries arrange through savvy utilization of new innovation.

The libraries have additionally been associated with HEC's computerized library. Then in an uncommon advancement the University has likewise organized E-learning office (Accessibility Canter) at its thirty eight local workplaces to address the issues of outwardly disabled understudies.

Whatever remains of the territorial workplaces were being outfitted with a similar office. The understudies in these libraries will likewise have the office to get web checked duplicate of the University's course books and other study material.

Allama Iqbal Open University Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Shahid Siddiqui additionally imparted to the members his new activities taken amid the most recent two years especially to promote inquire about culture proficient improvement and fortifying understudies emotionally supportive network.

Saturday, November 5, 2016

AIOU expedites mailing books to students

Islamabad: Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) has sped up mailing of books and other study material to its around seven lakh selected understudies in different parts of the nation for the fall 2016 semester.

According to directions of the Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Shahid Siddiqui the representatives of the Mailing Department are working in two movements to guarantee convenient receipt of the books by the understudies, a college's legitimate said.

This went for sufficiently giving study-time to the understudies empowering them to present their course-assignments inside stipulated time. Books alongside united material to forty-thousand understudies of Matric, sixty thousand understudies of FA and seventy thousand understudies of BA projects have as of now been dispatched. Endeavors are being made that the entire mailing procedure is finished before the end of December, the authority included.

Friday, November 4, 2016

Arid University holds orientation for new students

Rawalpindi, An introduction service for the recently conceded understudies of Agriculture Faculty was held at the Pir Mehr Ali Shah, Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi (PMAS-AAUR) Research Farm Koont, here on Monday.

The service is a general movement of the college which is orchestrated the recently selected understudies to acclimate them with the college's surroundings, its tenets and controls, so understudies can cruise easily while acquiring their degree and gather ideal advantages out of accessible offices.

The college's Vice Chancellor, Professor Dr. Rai Niaz Ahmad, while respecting the new contestants, saluted the understudies for turning into the piece of this prestigious establishment. He said that this University gives a domain that empowers its understudies to build up their scholarly good and profound incredibleness and this organization attempted demonstrable skill and request an awareness of other's expectations from its understudies. Dr. Ahmad focused on the understudies to buckle down and concentrate on research exercises with an intend to lead the nation towards advance and success. He prompted the understudies to accept the open door that had been presented to them and put every one of their endeavors to accomplish scholastic profession.

Talking about Scholarship-s/monetary help, bad habit chancellor said that college offers a scope of grants to support understudies and help the worthy and meriting understudies to beat their money related hardships amid their scholastic profession.

He additionally declared 10 grants for the topper of Agriculture staff. Highlighting the college's endeavors for quality instruction, he said PMAS-AAUR has been endeavoring to give an entrance to quality writing by encouraging the understudies with current innovations.

The college's senior members of the resources, recorder, primary officers understudies issues/advertising and distributions likewise tended to the understudies and guaranteed them of their full collaboration in their scholastic interests.

Thursday, November 3, 2016

Dr Adib Rizvi honoured by American College of Surgeons

The prestigious American College of Surgeons has given privileged association to Dr Adib Rizvi of SIUT for his administrations in the field of surgical sciences, open administrations furthermore to pioneer the transplant development in his nation.

The privileged association was presented to Dr Rizvi at the yearly congress of the College held at Washington DC, as indicated by an announcement discharged by the SIUT.

The current year's privileged association was granted to five famous specialists hailing from different parts of the world who have made additional normal commitments in their separate branches of surgery. The universally eminent specialists who got partnership were from Australia, Colombia, France and Japan other than Dr Rizvi of Pakistan who earned the particular respect for his nation.

In its reference the College related the administrations rendered by Dr Adib Rizvi by setting up SIUT (Sindh Institute of Urology and Transplantation) in Karachi which not just gives best in class therapeutic treatment to the general population free of cost additionally one of the developing urological and transplant focuses of the locale. Reference additionally commended the urgent part which Dr Rizvi has played in his nation by conveying an enactment to forbid business transplantation.

The American College of Surgeons set up in 1903 is the biggest expert association of specialists on the planet with 80 thousand individuals on its roll.

Every year a gathering of internationally prestigious specialists are granted Honorary Fellowship. The procedure is very specific and aggressive as in its whole history the College has granted privileged association to 445 specialists. By winning the privileged partnership Dr Rizvi has joined the exceptionally particular and a selective gathering of specialists conveying a significant privilege to his nation and restorative society.

Additionally present at the function was Prof. Zafar Ullah Chaudhry President College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan.

Wednesday, November 2, 2016

RIS holds student council oath-taking ceremony

Rawalpindi, Roots International Schools (RIS) facilitated an understudy board vow taking function 2016, with an end goal to urge youthful people to regularize understudy body and get to be capable residents, says an official statement.

RIS understudies pledged under vow that they will be alterable and dependable individuals from the understudy official gathering and will submit to the principles and directions made by the school to promise themselves and the understudy body a superior grounds life.

Muhammad Hanif Abbasi, director of Metro transport Rawalpindi-Islamabad was the main visitor and accepted the School's Head-kid Muhammed Raza and Head-young lady Fatima Jamil into the Student Executive Council, in the wake of overseeing their pledges took after by other Student Council Members. RIS Executive Director Sara Walid highlighted on authority and assurance of the adolescent to roll out a progressive improvement in Pakistan. Identifications, authentications and sachets were granted to the individuals from the board which they got with colossal pride and industriousness.

Our dynamic and fiery branch head Madam Sobia Abid said: Children are the test and motivation of today. They are the trust; defenders and champions without bounds. Just guardians and instructors can pass a legacy that foreordains what the universe of tomorrow will be. RIS is the home for imagination, love and satisfaction where every tyke is helped with becoming as per his normal outline. We accept while no tyke is precisely, for each the level of accomplishment can be raised, yearnings blended, potential gifts found and grew so that he/she can locate their own value and nobility.

Hanif Abbasi communicated enormous gratefulness for the devotion of the understudies while likewise lauding the dynamic initiative of RIS CEO Walid Mushtaq. He underscored the requirement for dynamic engagement of youth in expert associations and urged more understudies to take an interest at national level in this way reassuring understudy initiative.

Hanif Abbasi and Madam Sara Walid complimented and prompted the understudies to work with duty and adroitness. Hanif Abbasi said: we are open for every one of the organizations whether they are open or private to give openings as far as understudies' investment in curricular and extracurricular exercises like games, environment, social engagement and so on at national and worldwide level. He broadcasted that the Rawalpindi grounds are accessible for RIS to arrange sports exercises at all levels.

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

NGO awards AWKUM VC

MINGORA: The Social Welfare Society, Kanju in Swat granted the best educationist honor to Dr Ihsan Ali, bad habit chancellor of Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan (AWKUM) at a capacity.

As per a public statement, the honor giving service was gone to by political laborers, common society activists, government authorities, notables, instructors and understudies. The Social Welfare Society said Dr Ihsan Ali had been chosen as the beneficiary for its common society training grant for 2015 in acknowledgment of his administrations in the field of culture, exhibition halls and instruction.

Defending the honor, it said Dr Ihsan Ali built up six colleges and 11 historical centers in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.Speakers lauded Dr Ihsan Ali's commitment to the field of training, culture and paleontology. In his discourse, the bad habit chancellor guaranteed to work much harder for advancement of instruction to realize a positive and illuminated change in the general public.