Saturday, December 31, 2016

400 teacher, supervisor seats to be created for medical colleges

LAHORE, Secretary Specialized Healthcare and Medical Education Punjab Najam Shah has coordinated the principals of medicinal schools, CEOs of specific human services organizations and restorative directors of instructing doctor's facilities to return to their security courses of action as per the rules and hundred percent execution on SOPs ought to be guaranteed. He said the consistence report ought to likewise be sent to the division. He said this amid a meeting led by the Punjab Minister Specialized Healthcare and Medical Education Kh Salman Rafique to survey the security plans and other managerial issues, as per a gift on Monday. The meeting talked about the matters with respect to empty posts of workforce and therapeutic officers in the healing centers.

Secretary Najam Shah said empty posts of showing staff and restorative officers ought to promptly be filled through stroll in meeting for which notices additionally be distributed in daily papers. He said another 400 seats of instructors/managers would be made for medicinal universities. He guaranteed that legislature is prepared to give supplementary concede to security courses of action of restorative universities and its connected clinics. Kh Salman Rafique said month to month audit meeting ought to be held in each healing center to get to the usefulness of medicinal gear and apparatus. Secretary wellbeing said that support contract ought to be made with the organizations and biomedical specialists additionally be employed through stroll in meeting. meeting: The eighth assembly of the University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) Lahore will be hung on December 22.

It was chosen in a meeting led by Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Talat Naseer Pasha. The conveners of boards of trustees advised the meeting on arrangements for the conference. Representative Punjab Malik Muhammad Rafique Rajwana has assented to direct the conference and disperse awards and money prizes among position-holders and present degrees on 1,099 graduate and postgraduate understudies. Practice for the assembly will be hung on December 21.

Friday, December 30, 2016

Graduation ceremony of PAF Finishing School held

Islamabad, Graduation function of the 41st group of understudies of PAF Finishing School was held at the Officers' Mess, Air Headquarters here. Significant General (r) Shahida Badshah, previous Principal Army Medical College was the central visitor on the event.

On her entry, the main visitor was gotten by Begum Talat Sohail, president of Pakistan Air Force Women Association and supporter in head of PAF Finishing School; Islamabad. The central visitor granted the declarations to the graduating understudies.

Prior, Director Finishing School Nasreen Aurangzeb exhibited a report highlighting the primary parts of the preparation, which are gone for changing young ladies into helpful individuals from society.

Later, Begum Talat Sohail displayed the peak of PAF Finishing School to the central visitor.

The PAF Finishing School was set up in July 1996 for young ladies. It offers different courses in relational abilities, dialects, administration, specialty of self presentation, household science, general culture, cooking, convention, craftsmanship, tyke mind, prologue to brain science and otherworldly improvement.

PAF Finishing School is the first of its kind in Asia, which is a stage by Pakistan Air Force towards the advancement of instruction and proficiency in the nation.

Thursday, December 29, 2016

Two medical varsities to be set up in Punjab

LAHORE, Punjab Minister for Specialized Healthcare and Medical Education Khawaja Salman Rafique has said with a view to advancing medicinal instruction and giving better chances of training to the adolescent, new therapeutic colleges would be set up in Rawalpindi and Multan areas. He said it has been chosen to build up two therapeutic colleges.

He expressed this while leading a meeting to audit the possibility of foundation of restorative colleges in the territory, as indicated by a gift on Monday. In addition, Secretary Specialized Healthcare and Medical Education Najam Shah, Vice Chancellor King Edward Medical University Prof Faisal Masood, Pro Vice Chancellor University of Health Sciences Prof. Junaid Sarfraz Khan, Principal Rawalpindi Medical College Prof Muhammad Umar, Principal Nishtar Medical College Prof Kamran Saliq, Registrar Fatima Jinnah Medical University and specialist Prof Muhammad Awais and the officers of the office went to the meeting.

It was educated that various colleges have been built up in various nations in the district including India and Bangladesh yet Punjab region has just two therapeutic colleges in spite of a major populace of 120 million.

Secretary Health Najam Shah said that nature of restorative training would not be contained and Inter-Universities Board would be set up to guarantee quality instruction. The meeting was educated that Rawalpindi Medical College and Nishtar Medical College would be the constituent schools of the proposed colleges individually.

The clergyman said decentralization of forces is the need of great importance and enabling of individuals is fundamental to run the framework easily. He said by setting up new colleges in the two finishes of the region would give sufficient chances to the neighborhood youth for getting therapeutic instruction at their doorstep as opposed to running toward Lahore or whatever other enormous city.

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Ceremony marks 10-year of CIIT in Sahiwal

SAHIWAL-Since it is origin in Sahiwal in 2006, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology (CIIT) has arranged 2,070 graduates to investigate their vocations in particular fields.

CIIT Sahiwal Director Dr Saleem Farooq Shaukat expressed while tending to a service, held at CIIT Sahiwal grounds regarding 10-year festivities of the college's heavenly trip in the area.

Sahiwal Division Commissioner Babar Hayat Tarar was boss visitor while Leads University Lahore VC Dr MA Bodla was the visitor of respect.

Tending to the members, the CIIT Sahiwal chief educated that the CIIT grounds, spread more than 36 sections of land of land, was set up in Sahiwal in 2006. He said that 3,167 understudies are studying in 18 graduate and undergrad programs including - Management Sciences, Computer Sciences, Software Engineering and Telecommunication. "We have likewise created joins with global establishments to seek after perfection in the fields of instruction and research," he educated, including that the college's instructive approach is process-arranged where understudies are given modern presentation through entry level position programs.

He said that Department of Heritage Studies has additionally been built up at the grounds to resuscitate Harappa ruins. He said that 50 percent of the college understudies are considering on various grants, including that the college has dispensed Rs214 million so far in the heads of grants, money related help and Qarz-e-Hasana to understudies.

In his discourse, Prof Bodla saluted the CIIT organization over its exceptional accomplishments, saying that the CIIT has turned out to be one of the best instructive establishments of the nation in a limited capacity to focus time. Toward the end, Prof Saleem Farooq Shaukat displayed gifts to every single fair visitor.

Govt Sadiq College for Women University VC Dr Tallat Afza, DPO Dr Atif Ikram, SSP (examinations) Dr Shakir Ahmad Shahid, AC Syed Ayub Bukhari, CIIT Vehari Director Dr Khairuz Zaman and specialists from Spain, Finland and France went to the function.

Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Body formed to protect QAU from land mafia

Islamabad-Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU) Alumni Association, Academic Staff Association and Employees Welfare Association Monday shaped a Joint Action Committee (JAC) as a major aspect of their drive against illicit infringement, occupation and non-boundary of QAU's property and biased state of mind with the college.

The advisory group is included agents from QAU Alumni Association, Academic Staff Association QAU, Officer Welfare Association QAU, Employees Welfare Association QAU.

Different individuals included Professor Dr Syed Sakhawat Shah, Dr Murtaza Mughal, Dr Anwar Iqbal, Dr Waheed Chaudhry, Rasheed Khalid, Farzana Altaf Shah, Aziz ul Haq Nishtar, Dr Sajid Mahmood Awan, Salman Ali, Chaudhry Riaz, Chaudhry Wajahat Latif and two understudy delegates of QAU. The panel could likewise co-select different individuals.

The initially meeting of the Action Committee held at the QAU grounds under the

chairmanship of Sikandar Ahmed Rai, President QAU Alumni Association.

As indicated by joint statement discharged after the meeting, the panel individuals collectively made plans to embrace cooperative endeavors to ensure the top positioned college of Pakistan from land mafia.

The advisory group individuals communicated genuine worries over the issues being confronted by QAU-best Pakistani college because of more than five hundred million rupees yearly shortfall and non-endorsement of super PC-1.

Because of budgetary limitations, the college couldn't enlist employees against the 165 empty openings.

The advisory group shaped two sub boards of trustees under the chairmanship of senior legal counselor Aziz ul Haq Nishtar and senior feature writer Dr Murtaza Mughal. The advisory groups would think over legitimate viewpoint and also activate

media and different partners. The advisory group individuals likewise made plans to proceed with their battle till determination of the issues.

As per Murtaza Noor, Secretary General QAU Alumni Association, in perspective of recommendations by the senior graduated class individuals and after conferences with the partners, joint advisory group has been shaped to get the issues settled being confronted by Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad including non-division and end of illicit infringements over QAU arrive.

Monday, December 26, 2016

AIOU converts its marks’ grading system to GPA/CGPA

Islamabad - Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) will soon change over its scholastic outcomes' stamping framework into review point normal (GPA) and combined review point normal (CGPA) to encourage its understudies in seeking after their future training vocation.

A proposed to this impact was formally received at joint meeting of Research and Educational innovation, Academic Planning and improvement and the Academic Council held, said a news discharge on Sunday.

It was concurred that GPA/CGPA recipe of HEC will be connected for all MS, MSc Honors, MPhil and PhD programs where pass rate is 50 for each penny. This will be notwithstanding the GPA/CGPA framework officially endorsed by the University's Executive Council for every one of the four years single guy projects.

Bad habit Chancellor Prof Dr Shahid Siddiqui said the University needed to receive a uniform framework in results' checking procedure so that its understudies could rival the understudies of different Universities at national and global level with the end goal of admission to higher classes and work against different posts. The proposed reviewing framework is as per the criteria, set by the HEC and being honed by some driving colleges, he included.

It was likewise chosen that the college will present number of new scholastic courses of MPhil and PhD-level in a continuous procedure to meet the district's financial needs. A few courses of particular nature were additionally affirmed by the board identifying with China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). The courses manage global exchange, coordinations, business enterprise, Insurance and E-trade.

Dr Shahid Siddiqui who directed the meeting said the AIOU being the Mega University out in the open area needed to give positive react to CPEC through its scholarly interests. About alternate courses, he said it went for serving the national cause and to achieve subjective change in their instructive projects. The meeting prescribed plans of studies and layout of courses that would be at long last affirmed later by the University's Executive Council, keeping in view the arrangement and guidelines of the Higher Education Commission. The board of trustees likewise gave endorsement for the modification of some current courses. It affirmed the University's arrangement setting up three new offices identifying with Psychology, legislative issues and global relations and Translation of study material.

The new scholastic projects identified with instructors' training, Arabic and Islamic reviews, Gender and Women Studies, Library and Information Sciences, Commerce and Business and Administration, Chemistry and Biology and Mass Communication. All the proposed courses are well-thought and have as of now been dealt with by Committee of courses and the Faculty Board, he included. He trusted these will meet the contemporary needs and understudies' prerequisites.

Enlistment center AIOU Prof Dr Muhammad Naeem Qureshi advised the meeting about the future scholarly arrangement that was independently exhibited by Dean Sciences Dr Naghmana Rashid, Dean Social Sciences and Humanities Dr Syed Abdul Siraj, Dean Arabic and Islamic Studies Dr Ali Asghar Chishti and Dean Education Dr Nasir Mahmood.

Sunday, December 25, 2016

Minister vows to raise education standard

LAHORE - Provincial Higher Education Minister Syed Raza Ali Gillani has said that the standard of open division colleges will be enhanced by global guidelines so that our colleges can be incorporated into the positioning of main 500 colleges of the world.

He said this while directing a meeting of bad habit chancellors of open part colleges at the GCU Auditorium on Monday. Executive PHEC Dr Muhammad Nizamuddin, DG PHEC Dr Shahid Saroya and Higher Education Department authorities went to the meeting.

The meeting looked into in detail the different elements of open division colleges, including the condition of scholastics, future vision, money related and authoritative position and accessible research offices, being conferred to the understudies. The bad habit chancellors gave a definite preparation about their colleges' working.

Giving 14-guide motivation toward the Vice Chancellors to adequately enhance the general measures of their colleges, the pastor guided them to create and actualize a composite guide of future vision so that the objective of getting adequate changes the advanced education area could be accomplished by.

The priest said that the Punjab government is completely dedicated to get subjective changes open area colleges with the goal that they could get prominent place in main 500 colleges of the world and Punjab be known as the center of value instruction in the entire of Asia.

He coordinated that colleges ought to take full profit of computerized upset and set up electronic libraries for the understudies. He said that dissension cell part ought to likewise be built up at colleges' sites so that their redressal could be checked constantly.

The understudies ought to likewise be kept completely educated about different nearby and worldwide grant openings. The persevering bad habit chancellors would be completely supported also, he included. He said that endeavors are being made about bring up in colleges' financial plan for 2017-18 so they could perform well. He educated that no extra charge would be given to anyone.

The clergyman coordinated that any change in expense ought to be steered through the PHEC to him for endorsement well ahead of time as government is resolved to give best quality instruction at the least expensive rates. He requested that the PHEC sharpen the VCs about different accessible instructive open doors with the goal that they could acquire best upgrades their colleges.

The VCs valued that the Punjab government has incorporated the investigation of advanced education part in its open approach ambit. While conversing with the media, the priest said that the execution of colleges would be made outcome based so that this part could deliver best experts for the nation.

He educated that a commission would be set up to screen the working of private colleges. This commission would likewise screen that if these colleges are working as indicated by their sanction. The Punjab government has constantly given top significance to the instruction area and we need to give best quality training to the understudies, he included.

Saturday, December 24, 2016

Ghotki degree college becomes Salu campus

SUKKUR: The Govt Degree College in Ghotki turned into a grounds of the Shah Abdul Latif University (Salu) when its building was formally given over to the college organization at an amazing service held at the school on Monday.

Pakistan People's Party (PPP) MNA and previous boss pastor Ali Mohammed Khan Mahar was the main visitor and Salu Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Parveen Shah was the visitor of respect at the function, which was gone to by the college's recorder, expert VCs, dignitaries, and employees, other than Ghotki Deputy Commissioner Aijaz Ali Shah and senior region and police authorities.

Talking at the service, MNA Mahar recognized the endeavors put in by the Salu VC and her group in advancing the reason for instruction and driving the college to a high positioning organization. He additionally valued the High Education Commission and common government for their collaboration in helping Salu gain the school building. He communicated his certainty that a grounds of the Mehran University of Engineering and Technology would likewise be set up in Ghotki soon.

Mr Mahar watched that advancement and advance of Sindh and flourishing of its kin were specifically connected with the gauges kept up by the instructive organizations of the area.

Prof Parveen Shah told the gathering of people that MNA Mahar had played a dynamic and exemplary part during the time spent procuring the school building. She said the principal group of the new grounds would be selected soon.

Talking about the quick development of Salu, she said the foundation was set up as a school in Khairpur in 1976 and accomplished the status of a college inside the following 10 years. "Today, Salu has its grounds in Shikarpur, Shahdadkot and Ghotki," she said.

Friday, December 23, 2016

Minister promises action against inefficient, corrupt officers in education dept

Sindh Minister for Education and Literacy Jam Mehtab Hussain Dahar has said that appointee officials and colleague chiefs over the territory have been engaged to visit schools under their watch, guarantee the participation of educators, increment enlistment and improve the instructive standard.

Directing a meeting in his office here on Monday, Jam Mehtab Hussain Dahar communicated his disdain over the non-task of instructors at their genuine place of posting through the National Testing Service, Institute of Business Administration – Sukkur (IBA-S), Sindh University, and union chambers.

He cautioned officers of the training office to change themselves or face the repercussions.

He likewise asked the Education Secretary Dr Riaz Ahmed Memon to accelerate postings of the deans/headmistresses who had breezed through the IBA tests.

He said that there was no space for wasteful or degenerate authorities in the training office and that he would not endure any weight in such manner.

Prior amid his visit to Khairpur, the pastor suspended officers Jamila Sheik, Ayaz Ahmed Mehasar, Anis ur Rehman Memon, Nighat Sultana, Zulfikar Ali Panhyar, Ghulam Sakina, Aftab Ahmed Memon, Aziz Fatima, Pervaiz Ahmed Quershi, Syeda Abida Shah and Waleed Khaskheli, over poor execution and inability to go to gatherings.

Thursday, December 22, 2016

SHC plea seeks inquiry into utilisation of $70m education grant

A request of looking for an investigation into use of a multi-million-dollar US give for a venture to instruct Pakistani young ladies was recorded in the Sindh High Court (SHC) on Monday.

Solicitor Bisma Naureen told the court that US First Lady Michelle Obama had declared an instruction program titled 'Let Girls Learn' in a joint effort with the Pakistani government.

She said the USAID venture would give $70 million to new and progressing USAID programs that advantage more than 200,000 youthful young ladies matured somewhere around 10 and 19 years the nation over.

She included that the program was declared last October amid an occasion at the White House, where Premier Nawaz Sharif's little girl Maryam Nawaz was likewise present.

The solicitor asserted that Maryam had abused the workplace of the head administrator in spite of being Maryam Safdar. She communicated anxiety that the give could be abused.

She told the court that she had kept in touch with the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and the Ministry of Finance for leading an investigation into usage of the $70 million give however her demand was disregarded.

Refering to the back service, the PM's secretary, NAB and Maryam as respondents, the applicant asked for the SHC to guide the responsibility department to lead an investigation into usage of the give and make fitting move if Maryam abused it.

As per USAID, 'Let Girls Learn' is another entire of-government activity to guarantee that juvenile young ladies get the instruction they merit.

Declared in October 2015, 'Let Girls Learn-Pakistan' would look for chances to cultivate open private associations and team up with other improvement accomplices to propel young ladies' instruction and strengthening.

The program would serve as a stage and impetus for more extensive political and social duty to reinforce pre-adult young ladies' training and strengthening in Pakistan.

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

IIUI hold Iinternational moot on distance education, e-Learning

ISLAMABAD – A two-worldwide debatable on "Separation Education and E-Learning" started here at Faisal Masjid Campus of the International Islamic University, Islamabad (IIUI) where more than 50 remote and national researchers will display 120 papers on the theme.

On the main day, researchers talked about different points, for example, instructing ladies through separation learning, view of college understudies utilizing web-based social networking, appraisal of separation training for maintainability, and systems and assets of web based educating.

The gathering is sorted out by the Directorate of Distance Education of the college in which specialists and analysts of Malaysia, UK, USA, Germany, Belgium, Philippine, Trinidad and Tobago and national researchers of an extensive number Pakistani colleges would sit to share encounters on the subject.

"We would need to enhance our proficiency rate, while access to training in the nation must be simple" said Rector IIUI, Dr. Masoom Yasinzai in his deliver to the inaugural service of the meeting. He included that tragically that out of 56 million Pakistani youth just 8 percent had entry to colleges. He opined that training part ought to create a significant human asset who could contribute in the elevate of the general public. Dr. Masoom promoted that IIUI was running its separation learning programs in its institutes for a considerable length of time and now a particular directorate was set up to meet the prerequisites of time. He trusted that the gathering will be a wellspring of widening presentation of understudies as they would communicate with top class authorities who can be tutors for them.

President IIUI, Dr. Ahmed Yousif Al-Dariweesh said in his discourse that IIUI is an instructive establishment which is a center of learning for the adolescent all Muslim nations. He included that young must be sustained according to winning prerequisites and progressions and this unsettled is one of the endeavors in such manner. He said IIUI opportune concentrated on indispensable method of instruction and its separation training framework will be a wellspring of access to advanced education the nation over.

"Fundamental goal of the meeting is to discover answers for the overarching issues out yonder training, while it will likewise help in setting new guide for accomplishing the objective of value instruction" said Dr. Nabi Bux Jummani, Dean Faculty of sociologies in his appreciated address.

Prior, Dr. Samina Malik , Director, female grounds additionally talked on the event and said that gathering will help in sharing encounters and gaining from prestigious researchers. Inaugural function was likewise joined by the Vice President, Higher Studies and Research, IIUI Dr. Muhammad Munir.

Gathering will finish up today (Tuesday) and its closing function which will be gone to by the Minister for Education, Engineer, Muhammad Baleegh ur Rehman.

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

PU department upgraded

LAHORE, Punjab University (PU) has endorsed the upgradation of the varsity's Department of Islamic Studies to Institute of Islamic Studies. The PU bad habit chancellor in expectation of the endorsement of the Syndicate affirmed the proposals of the Academic Council with respect to upgradation of the Department of Islamic Studies to Institute of Islamic Studies.

occasions: Punjab University's showing offices, organizations, focuses and constituent universities and schools will stay shut from December 26 to 30 because of the winter break.

Gwadar students visit PU

LAHORE, On the welcome of the Punjab government, an appointment of understudies and educators of various scholarly establishments of Gwadar achieved the commonplace city on Monday.

The appointment came to through Pakistan Air Force's C-130 flying machine at Lahore Airport from where they achieved Punjab University through exceptional transports.

A lunch was facilitated by Punjab University in the respect of assignment in which PU Registrar Prof Dr Liaqat Ali, Director Students Affairs Shahid Gul, Higher Education Department Deputy Secretary Nauman Jamil, Director Colleges Muhammad Zahid, Deputy Adviser Students Affairs Zubair Ahmed and others were available. The appointment will visit different bureaus of Punjab University on Tuesday (today).

HSC Part-I Commerce group exam results declared

The Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK), on Monday, reported outcomes for the Higher Secondary School Part-I Commerce gathering's yearly examinations, 2016.

According to the newspaper issued by the board, 34,100 competitors were enrolled to show up for the papers, of which 33,597 understudies sat for the examination, while 12,463 of them cleared every one of the seven papers. The aggregate pass rate remained at 37.11.

Out of the aggregate number of understudies who showed up for the papers, 18,923 enrolled were male of which 18,601 applicants showed up for the examination; 5,383 understudies cleared every one of the papers and the pass rate for male understudies was recorded to be 28.95. Upwards of eight outcomes were withheld by the BIEK.

As per the periodical, 3,212 competitors figured out how to pass six papers, the pass rate for which remained at 17.28, while 2,370 figured out how to clear five papers; the pass rate for which was computed to be 12.75.

A sum of 2,008 male understudies could clear four papers, the pass rate for which was 10.80. Around 1,721 understudies cleared three papers, the pass rate was recorded to be 9.26, while1,625 competitors and 1,453 understudies passed just two and one paper individually; the pass rate for both was recorded to be 8.74 and 7.81 percent separately.

Then again, 15,177 female competitors were enlisted to show up for the examination of which 14,996 showed up. The aggregate number of female understudies who cleared every one of the seven papers was 7, 080; the pass rate for the hopefuls was recorded at 47.22. Consequences of three understudies had must be withheld.

The BIEK's journal additionally announced that 2,620 competitors cleared six papers, the pass rate for which was 17.47, while 1,723 understudies figured out how to clear five papers; 11.49 was recorded as the passing rate.

A sum of 1,259 hopefuls cleared four papers, of which the pass rate was figured to be 8.40, though 918 understudies cleared three papers; 6.12 was recorded as the passing rate.

According to the periodical, 738 applicants passed two while 529 understudies could clear just a single paper, the passing rates for which were recorded to be 4.92 and 3.53.

Punjab, KP announce winter holidays 2016 for educational institutions

LAHORE – Punjab Education Department reported a timetable of winter occasions 2016 for all schools and universities of Punjab region on Monday.

As indicated by a notice, the instructive organizations will stay shut from December 25 to 31 December.

All legislature and private instructive organizations are required to take after these directions, generally legitimate activity would be started against the violators.

Then, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Education Department additionally declared winter get-aways for all open and private instructive organizations from December 23 to December 31, 2016. In any case, schools in sloping ranges will stay shut from December 23 to Febrarury 28, 2017.

Winter vacation from 23rd

PESHAWAR: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Elementary and Secondary Education Department has reported timetable of the winter get-aways for the scholarly year 2016-17 for all administration and private instructive foundations of the area.

As indicated by a notice issued here, the winter excursions would begin from Dec 23 and end on Dec 31 in plain zones, while the instructive foundations in uneven and snow-bound territories would stay close from Dec 23 to Feb 28.

Monday, December 19, 2016

PEEF allocates 74 scholarships to IIU

Islamabad, The Punjab Educational Endowment Fund (PEEF) has allotted 74 grants adding up to Rs18.8 million for the understudies of International Islamic University (IIU) Islamabad.

Allotted grants are a piece of PEEF's new Master's level grant program under the title Shahbaz Sharif Merit Scholarships (SSMS) for the present scholastic year 2016-17.

A sum of 1,000 completely subsidized grants might be offered to the exceptional understudies selected in Masters, M Phil and MS degree programs in top positioned colleges of Pakistan.

College administration has valued the endeavors of Additional Director (Academics) Syed Naveed Ehtisham and his teamfor untiring endeavors in regards to assignment of grants.

Sunday, December 18, 2016

Tribal students demand increase in Punjab schools’ quota

PESHAWAR: Students from Waziristan Agency have requested Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif to expand the quantity for tribal understudies in Danish Schools in Punjab province.A gathering of understudies having a place with Waziristan tribal locale assembled close Peshawar Press Club on Sunday. They were holding flags engraved with request of increment in quantity for understudies from Waziristan in Danish Schools.

They additionally requested that the Punjab government oblige more understudies in the schools and increment the share held for the understudies of tribal regions. They said tribal understudies were at that point lacking training offices and the militancy had added to their feeling of hardship. Greater part of the youngsters from the tribal ranges were out of schools either because of movement from their territories or absence of instructive organizations, they included. They said that alongside the government, the territories ought to suit most extreme understudies in the schools. They requested the Punjab boss clergyman to regard their request and improve the quantity for them in Danish Schools in his territory.

They communicated the trust their request would be considered and the seats saved for tribal understudies, particularly from the most exceedingly terrible influenced Waziristan, would be expanded.

Saturday, December 17, 2016

200 teachers suspended on charges of absenteeism

NAWABSHAH: Action against "apparition instructors" has been assisted after the declaration of a training crisis in the region by Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah.

In such manner a group of the Chief Monitoring Officer struck distinctive schools of the region and suspended around two hundred male and female educators who had not been on obligation at the season of the attacks.

Head Monitoring Officer Abdullah Dahri attacked Government Primary School Syed Khair Shah, Fatehpur, Haberi, PS Nabi Bux and scores of different schools. Then again the suspended "apparition instructors" told the media that they exited the school only a brief time before the group assaulted the school and suspended them.

The suspended educators leveled the claim that the Chief Monitoring Officer did not visit "those schools where male and female instructors of decision have been posted and bolstered by political gatherings and officers".

They said that a dominant part of those instructors were working abroad or in different territories of Pakistan. They additionally affirmed that the biometric framework did not cover the truant educators because of which the office had no record of their nonappearance.

In the interim, sources near "such compelling educators" said that countless instructors either went to the gatherings of area authorities as political or social pioneers or as writers, and the locale training authorities had no energy to make a move against them.

At the point when reached an authority of the instruction office uncovered that the educators who had been suspended on the request of the court were all the while getting their pay rates. Be that as it may, a letter was sent to the high-ups of the training office about such instructors.

Friday, December 16, 2016

QAU's National Centre for Physics to be renamed after Dr Abdus Salaam

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif today gave on a fundamental level, endorsement for the renaming of National Center for Physics at Quaid-i-Azam University as "Teacher Abdus Salam Center for Physics."

The PM has coordinated the Ministry of Professional and Technical Training to set up formal rundown for renaming of the middle for endorsement of the President of Pakistan, an announcement said.

The PM likewise affirmed the concede of five partnerships yearly to Pakistani understudies for PhD in the field of Physics through Higher Education Commission (HEC) in rumored worldwide colleges. The association program is named as Professor Abdus Salam Fellowship.

The PM has taken this choice in acknowledgment of the immense commitments of famous Pakistani physicist Dr Mohammad Abdus Salam who is a noteworthy figure in the twentieth century hypothetical material science who shared the 1979 Nobel Prize in Physics for his commitment in the field of material science.

He was the main Pakistani to get a Nobel Prize in science and the second from an Islamic nation to get any Nobel Prize. His striking accomplishment earned acclaim and renown for the nation which properly should be esteemed.

Dr. Salam additionally served the nation as a top level science counselor to the Government of Pakistan from 1960 to 1974, a position from which he played a noteworthy and powerful part in the improvement of the nation's science foundation.

In 1998, after the nation's atomic tests, the Government of Pakistan issued a dedicatory stamp, as a piece of "Researchers of Pakistan", to respect the administrations of Dr. Salam. Renaming the National Center for Physics as Dr. Abdus Salam's Center for Physics would be another progression towards respecting the Pakistani researcher who served the nation and brought a decent name for Pakistan.

Thursday, December 15, 2016

QAU staff to protest against land occupation

Islamabad - The educators, graduated class and staff of Pakistan's top college will be out on road challenging the non-division of Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU) arrive.

The main showing will be before Islamabad Press Club on December 8, 2016 (Thursday) at 4pm, said the sources in the college.

They said that various land-getting occurrences have occurred and the Capital Development Authority did not move for division of the college arrive which ought to have been done decades back.

The college organization has sent various updates for the outline of the land, however without much of any result and another suggestion to the Mayor, Sheik Anser Aziz will be dispatched on Monday (today).

The organization has not got any reaction from the power since November 12, 2016 and the QAU people group must choose the option to turn out and arrange a quiet exhibit, authorities of the college said on state of secrecy.

As indicated by the points of interest, the issue of outline of 200 sections of land of the college land is pending between the college and CDA since years and in the most recent unforeseen development, the last did not choose a delegate and constitute a joint examination group to determine the issue agreeably.

Around one and a half month prior, the QAU VC had requested that the director CDA settle the boundary issue so that the land could be spared from the mafia.

As per the sources, inside service had looked for constitution of the JIT and a report at the soonest, however the high-ups at the CDA are yet to choose a delegate for the group in spite of rehashed updates from the college in such manner.

Bad habit Chancellor of the state-run college in November had freely called upon the central government to pay heed to the infringement on its property immediately. He said that the land grabbers had effectively possessed somewhere in the range of 200 sections of land of their property.

As indicated by the authorities, a previous Senate Chairman involves 54 kanals of the infringed arrive. In 1967, the CDA apportioned 1,709 sections of land for the foundation of the QAU and the then government paid its cost.

In any case, on the detect the college got just 1,509 sections of land. The staying 200 sections of land are under unlawful ownership of land mafia, the authorities charged. The college grumbled to the bureau individuals and the administrator of the National Accountability Bureau yet without much of any result. "We have no other alternative however to come to boulevards to record our dissent against illicit control of the college arrive", said an authorities at the college.

Quaid-i-Azam University Alumni Association has likewise chosen to frame an assignment of its senior individuals so as to meet individuals from the elected bureau, parliamentarians and senior government authorities over expanding episodes of infringement at the college's territory.

The designation will pass on its worry and advise about the gravity of the circumstance.

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

99 docs pass out from Shalamar college

LAHORE - As numerous as 99 graduates were granted degrees at the second meeting of Shalamar Medical and Dental College yesterday.

The central visitor, Justice (r) Khalilur Rehman Ramday, granted awards to graduates demonstrating refinement in different subjects.

The main position holder Ifra Naeem was granted gold award by the central visitor.

College of Health Sciences Vice Chancellor Prof Muhammad Aslam tended to the assembly as visitor of respect. Part Board of trustees Shahid Hussain said the organization has been giving quality human services administrations to the number of inhabitants in Lahore and edges since 1978. Presently understudies were getting quality training in solution/surgery and nursing, he included.

Main Prof Zahid Bashir praised the graduates.

Administrator Board of Trustees Ch Ahmad Saeed, Syed Babar Ali, Ibrar A Mumtaz, Shahbazud Din Choudhary, Chief Executive Brig (r) Anis Ahmed, employees, specialists and guardians of the understudies went to the assembly.

The new specialists likewise promised to serve the sickly mankind with commitment and as per the genuine soul of the medicinal calling.

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

AIOU launches MPhil degree program for practicing journalists

Islamabad - Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) will dispatch unique MPhil (Professional track) degree program for the youthful honing writers from next semester.

Senior media specialists will be welcome to impart their insight and ability to their kindred partners, said a news discharge on Sunday. This will empower the on-employment experts to upgrade their working ability.

Other than this, the University's Department of Mass Communication has grown fleeting courses in different media trains that will likewise be presented from one year from now, this was expressed by the Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Shahid Siddiqui while preparation a gathering of editorialists and authors who went to the University to get direct information of its instructive actuates.

Dr Siddiqui said, the AIOU, being media-based establishment giving training to the general population through separation learning wished to serve the writer group by meeting their expert prerequisites. Acknowledging media bolster for the University, he said he trusts that the media has now risen as most solid social foundation, and there is need, both media and the scholarly community cooperate for the reason for training.

Dr Shahid Siddiqui gave them a far reaching preparation on the means being taken for the University's advancement. He let them know that the University is additionally being produced as a center of social and abstract exercises, giving chance to columnists, essayists and feature writers to impart their expert perfection and experience to Faculty and the understudies.

He welcomed them to help the University in accomplishing its future objectives, especially advancing media-related exercises like propelling of an instructive TV station and growing FMs radio system.

The feature writers, individuals from World Columnists Club (WCC) valued the Vice Chancellor for his drives for realizing subjective change in the University's general working.

They noticed that the AIOU has demonstrated an exceptional advance amid the most recent two years for giving moderate training to the general population the nation over.

They likewise set forth a few proposition for development of assessment and examination framework. Secretary General of the WCC Baig Raj guaranteed they would stretch out full support to AIOU for accomplishing its future targets

Monday, December 12, 2016

Govt urged to improve quality of education

MANSEHRA: Speakers at an instructive gathering sorted out by the region government and non-administrative associations (NGOs) Thursday encouraged the elected and common governments to reproduce more than 200 schools wrecked in the fatal 2005 tremor.

"When we discuss giving quality instruction to understudies at open part schools, we ought to enlist instructors in the Education Department who are true to the calling," Brigadier (r) Abdul Hafiz, vital of Pakistan Scouts Cadet College Batrasi, told the gathering held in Nawazabad close here.

Educationists, religious researchers, agents of area government, training division and delegates of the NGOs went to the forum.Abdul Hafiz said if government needed to clean understudies of open segment schools like that of private part, it ought to present a system for accountably of instructors.

Region Nazim Sardar Said Ghulam said his administration had pronounced 2016 as training year."I have presented an instruction vision for open division schools and propelled a progression of instructive fairs and workshops other than making different strides," he said.

Region Education Officer Zafar Arbab Abbasi said that legislature was trying endeavors to enhance the instructive standard of open part schools. "I am sure the time is not far when our models of training would be superior to that of the non-public schools," he included.

Sunday, December 11, 2016

Scholarship scheme introduced for posgraduate students

LAHORE - Punjab AIDS Control Program has presented PACP Research Scholarships Scheme for postgraduate understudies (MPhil and PhD).

The concentration of these exploration recommendations is for the most part Microbiology, Virology, Molecular Biology, Epidemiology, Genetics, Biochemistry, Public Health, Physiology, Gender Studies and Pathology. In the main stage, 44 applications were gotten for PhD and 76 for MPhil. PhD understudies will be granted Rs40,000 and MPhil Rs20,000 every month.

Extend Director PACP and Additional Secretary P&SH Department Dr Adnan Zafar said that these applications have been assessed by board of specialists from everywhere throughout the area to keep up nature of research work. He said that the chose understudies would be given chance to clean their capacities to adapt to objective arranged research.

The addresses from broadly and universally famous researchers of separate fields would be organized these examination understudies. The limit working of understudies would be the principle center of this program to create gifted and prepared labor that would be a profitable expansion. He said that the Advanced Reference Lab (ARL) under this venture would serve as main issue and give research center system amongst region and reference labs.

Besides, the ARL would likewise set up joint efforts with global research facilities/reference focuses. Current indicative offices gave by ARL included ELISA, PCR, Sertotyping, Hepatitis B and C, Cryptococcus, numerous other bacterial and viral diseases furthermore giving office to hostile to rabies immunization.

A group containing gifted and prepared human asset on virology, sub-atomic science and organic sciences was working in this research center, he said.

Debatable on wellbeing sciences

The primary worldwide gathering on associated wellbeing sciences, nursing and drug store began at the University of Health Sciences (UHS) yesterday with 18 workshops organized at different foundations.

The topic of the three day meeting is "Connecting the crevices in medicinal services: Improving patient care results". The gathering will be formally introduced today (Friday) by Advisor to Chief Minister on Health Kh Salman Rafiq.

The meeting has been partitioned into seven sessions including keynote addresses, paper presentations, workshops and publication presentations.

The workshops sorted out yesterday were on various points identified with unified wellbeing sciences, nursing and drug store held at Fatima Memorial College of Medicine and Dentistry Lahore, Kinnaird College Lahore, Alam Clinic Shadman, University of South Asia Lahore, Rashid Latif Medical College Lahore, University of Faisalabad, Govt. School for Women University Faisalabad, CMH Rawalpindi, School of Allied Health Sciences Children Hospital Lahore, Yusra Medical and Dental College, Islamabad, Lahore Medical and Dental College Lahore, Faisalabad Institute of Research Sciences and Technology Faisalabad and University of Health Science Lahore.

The workshops were encouraged by Dr Afzaal Alam, Dr Syed Jawwad Hussain, Dr Masood Butt, Dr Huma Ambreen, Dr Muhammad Afzal, Dr Edress Anwar, Dr Aimen Anjum, Dr Muhammad Saleem, Prof Sattar Bakhsh Awan, Dr Zia ur Rehman, Dr Mehmood Malik, Dr Amber Gurraya, Dr Nadeem Mukhtar, Dr Atif Khan Gopang, Dr Nadia Naseem, Dr Rubina Tabassum, Dr Sohail Saleem, Dr David Arthur, Prof Shazia Maqbool and Dr Nadeem Afzal.

Saturday, December 10, 2016

Govt to establish maiden national university of technology

Islamabad - The administration will build up first historically speaking National University of Technology and Skills Development at a cost of Rs 700 million by September 2017.

"The draft law for the foundation of the college would soon be tabled to the parliament after endorsement from the concerned quarters," Director Construction Technology Training Institute (CTTI), Jamil Ahmed told members of 'Japan Official Development Assistance (ODA) Press Tour', composed by Embassy of Japan in a joint effort with Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) here on Thursday.

He said the draft law was pending with service of science and innovation after endorsement from the service of law. The college will be built up inside the CTTI Islamabad.

There are different colleges of designing and innovation in the nation, yet the National University of Technology and Skills Development is the principal innovation college in the nation which will concentrate on down to earth lessons, Jamil Ahmad said.

The Construction Machinery Training Center (CMTC), forerunner of CTTI, was built up in 1986 with the help of Japan. A short time later, it has been updated and renamed as CTTI in 1992 and now is currently further up degree to a college level training association.

Japan has helped the legislature of Pakistan in development of the Construction Machinery Training Center in 1986, and extension and improvement of its middle in 1995 and 2006, which is worth US$ 50 million.

Jamil Ahmad said that, to spare time, take a shot at the development of building has as of now been begun and the syllabus of the college has been endorsed by the Higher Education Commission (HEC).

Before all else degrees courses in five controls would be educated to the understudies, he included.

He said that CTTI is entirely taking after the amount held for the areas, AJK, FANA and FATA.

Jamil said that 45 for each penny seats are held for Punjab, 20 for every penny for Sindh, 15 for every penny for KP, 10 for every penny for Baluchistan and 10 for every penny for AJK, FANA and FATA. Be that as it may, he said that individuals from Baluchistan and Sindh are not benefiting their full amount, while portion held for Punjab and KP is as a rule completely used.

He said that month to month expense is just Rs 1000 and CTTI offers charge refund to the understudies of in reverse territories, however and still, at the end of the day lion's share of understudies from Baluchistan are not finishing their courses.

Giving the preparation in regards to CTTI built up with money related help of JICA, he said, more than 28,000 understudies from the nation over have been conferred preparing of various short and long haul courses since 1986.

He educated that 265 understudies from 28 nations have additionally finished their preparation from this foundation.

The chief said a substantial number of the understudies of this organization were working with local and worldwide organizations subsequent to finishing their preparation.

Jamil Ahmed said, spread more than 53.36 sections of land, the organization offers recognitions in mechanical, common, car and diesel, amount surveyor to the understudies of all region including FATA and AJK after confirmation under quantity based framework.

As such, at present 1,910 understudies are being conferring preparing on the hardware gave by the Japanese government.

He said the establishment has 86 unique sorts of hardware including dozers, graders, wheel loaders, excavators, truck crane and so on which were given by Japan. He said three inns suit around 600 understudies on ostensible charges while another lodging for 200 understudies is under development.

He said that right now there is no female understudy in CTTI; notwithstanding, in the ICT division 30 for each penny seats were held for the female understudies.

He said, now, CTTI assumes the main part among these sorts of foundations via preparing youth including youngsters from FATA, by creating valuable specialists, furthermore by giving third nation preparing program through welcoming understudies from Asia and African nations.

Later, the members of the visit were taken to various classrooms and met with the educators and understudies.

Friday, December 9, 2016

Candidates allege rules violation in varsity appointment

PESHAWAR: Some contender for the post of the right hand executive (games) at the Bacha Khan University on Thursday blamed the college's organization for disregarding the 'really shortlisted' possibility for the arrangement and requested the prompt investigation into the charged infringement of principles in this regard to guarantee administration of equity to them.

Previous worldwide competitors Kabir Jan, Musawar Khan and Sajjad Khan told a news gathering here that they're proclaimed fruitful after they breezed through the endorsed NTS tests yet none of them was delegated to the post.

They demanded the empty seat was later filled disregarding the tenets and the significant high-ups to consider the arrangement and do equity in such manner.

The applicants likewise said previous global competitor Mohammad Shah, who spoke to Pakistan in the South Asian Games and won bronze decoration, and Manzar Khan were additionally shortlisted for a similar post.

Kabir Jan participated in the Islamic Solidarity Games in Iran with national competitors and worldwide specialized authority Musawar Khan, who spoke to Pakistan in the ninth South Asian Games and Sajjad Khan, a national specialized authority.

The applicants additionally requested that KP Governor Iqbal Zafar Jhagra and KP Chief Minister Pervez Khattak set up a test advisory group into the unlawful arrangements against empty posts at the college.

They cautioned they would move the court if their grievances weren't tended to immediately.

The competitors said notwithstanding breezing through NTS test, they were disregarded for the arrangement to the empty post and that a blue-peered toward individual of the college's organization was given the post infringing upon principles.

They said the post was promoted in June 2013; NTS trial of the shortlisted competitors was led in Sept 2013, and aftereffects of the test was proclaimed in Oct 2013 with 15 shortlisted hopefuls announced effective.

The competitors said as opposed to delegating any of them, the post was re-promoted on Feb 1, 2016, with a same terms and conditions and that more than 100 more individuals connected for it however after eight months, the college issued a corrigendum to oblige a man who even didn't show up in the NTS test.

They doubted the whole practice and said a free request ought to be started to investigate peculiarities in it.

Thursday, December 8, 2016

Govt asked to expedite work on universities in Dir and Chitral

PESHAWAR: Jamaat-i-Islami has communicated its worry over the moderate pace of work on foundation of colleges in Dir and Chitral regions and focused on the requirement for making a move against the individuals who have conveyed a terrible name to the Bank of Khyber.

As per an announcement, these reservations were passed on to Chief Minister Pervez Khattak by a JI designation, headed by its common boss Mushtaq Ahmed Khan, at the CM House here on Thursday. Gathering's commonplace Senior Minister Inayatullah Khan, Finance Minister Muzaffar Said and Minister for Zakat and Ushr Habibur Rehman were additionally among the agents.

The designation requested that the main pastor make a move against those included in slandering the Bank of Khyber in the light of a report of bureau panel and a commercial that showed up in media for the benefit of BoK for looking for conciliatory sentiment.

The JI pioneers likewise communicated worry over a letter sent from the CM House to the BoK top managerial staff and said that the matter ought to be taken to its coherent decision.

JI assignment approaches boss priest

About advancement extends, the JI pioneers communicated disappointment over the moderate procedure of setting up a college in Chitral, building college in Upper Dir and medicinal school in Timergara, and requested of the CM to issue orders for quick finish of the undertakings.

The KP JI boss additionally passed on the gathering's reservations about the empty posts of religious philosophy instructors in government schools and said that the educators' arrangement and reestablishment was an absolute necessity for direction of the schoolchildren. He proposed fuse of some expositions about the Islamic history and legends of Islam in the syllabus.

He guaranteed the central pastor that JI would proceed with its battle for the western course of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and requested of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to satisfy his dedication in such manner. He said that JI would keep on playing its part to get due share of KP in the NFC Awad, net hydel benefit and oil and gas sovereignty.

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Call to rebuild schools destroyed in 2005 quake

MANSEHRA: Speakers at the 'training gathering' sorted out here by the region government in a joint effort with nongovernmental associations have encouraged the elected and commonplace governments to promptly reproduce more than 200 schools demolished in the 2005 quake.

"When we discuss arrangement of value training to youngsters enlisted in government schools, we ought to guarantee enrollment of educators, who are focused on their calling," resigned brigadier Abdul Hafiz, central of Pakistan Scouts Cadet College Batrasi, told the gathering held in Nawazabad, a remote town of Mansehra region, on Thursday.

Educationists, religious researchers and delegates of region government, instruction division and NGOs went to the occasion in substantial numbers.

Mr. Abdul Hafiz said understudies of government schools were no less capable than non-public schools' yet it was the dedication of educators of the last mentioned, which had the effect.

"On the off chance that the administration needs to bring the instructive principles of its schools on a standard with those of private part, then it ought to present an accountably system for instructors and offer products motivating forces to those performing obligation well," he said.

Locale nazim Sardar Said Ghulam, who was additionally in participation, said his legislature had pronounced 2016 the 'instructive year'. "I have presented an 'instruction vision' for open area schools and propelled a progression of instructive passages and workshops other than making different strides for the change of training division," he said.

The nazim said the training division was allowed to take choices all alone and with no political obstruction and that activity against non-attendant instructors had enhanced instructive norms at yearly results.

"More than 200 schools decimated in seismic tremor somewhere in the range of 11 years prior are additionally a major obstacle to the arrangement of value instruction, especially in remote parts of region," he said. Talking on the event, locale training officer Zafar Arbab Abbasi said the time was not far-removed when instructive gauges at government schools would be far and away superior to private ones'.

"I am certain that the time is not far when our stranded will be superior to anything non-public schools as we have the sponsorship of the area nazim and region committee and embracing such strides which are profoundly fundamental for quality training," he said.PRAYER FOR RAIN: The nearby occupants offered supplication for precipitation for the third continuous day on Thursday.

Minister Maulana Rafiqur Rehman Qamar drove the supplication at Zafar Park outside the press club working here.

Tehsil nazim Khurram Khan Swati had spoke to the general population to go to the supplication in huge numbers.

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Students suffer in PMDC, private colleges’ wrangling over admissions

ISLAMABAD: Prospective therapeutic understudies the nation over are still befuddled about the method of admission to private restorative universities under the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council's new approach.

Parwarsha Farooq is one such person. Having secured 87.6pc generally speaking, she was certain that she would meet all requirements for admission to an open segment college. Be that as it may, it was not to be, and she was compelled to look for situation in a private restorative school.

Because of the new PMDC approach, which requires that all understudies admitted to private schools must be enlisted with and conceded by chose open part restorative colleges, despite everything she has no clue how to approach applying to private universities.

Naeem Sheik, Parwarsha's uncle, told Dawn his niece secured 970/1050 stamps in the registration exams and 991/1100 checks in her middle of the road exams, yet regardless they didn't know how to approach selecting her in a private school.

Private schools have looked for 19 stays; PMDC demands straightforwardly conceded understudies won't be perceived

Dr Riaz Shahbaz, director of the Hazrat Bari Imam Sarkar Medical College in Islamabad told Dawn that upwards of 19 stays had been looked for from courts the nation over by private restorative schools, including that most private universities had finished their affirmations procedure.

In any case, as indicated by Mr Sheik: "Universities need understudies to enlist with them specifically, while the PMDC has been stating that immediate confirmations won't be acknowledged and such understudies won't be enrolled with the committee."

Unaffected by the understudies' situation, PMDC President Dr Shabir Lehri told Dawn that the new affirmation arrangement would be actualized in letter and soul and that the board would move the Supreme Court to guarantee that its approach was maintained.

This strategy, distributed in the Gazette of Pakistan on Oct 27, requires that open part colleges concede understudies to private medicinal schools and gather their expenses. This, the committee focused, was a push to find occurrence of gift and the fleecing of understudies on the appearance of gifts to the school.

Be that as it may, private medicinal universities have documented various writs in courts the nation over, holding up the committee's arrangements.

Dr Javed Akram, who is bad habit chancellor of the Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Medical University – connected with the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (Pims) – told Dawn that the affirmations procedure was continuous and the rundown of fruitful competitors will be shown on Dec 3.

"According to the approach, all affirmations will be led through Pims. The individuals who have looked for affirmations bypassing Pims won't be enlisted as medicinal understudies," he said.

However, Dr Shahbaz just accuses the chamber and the Ministry of National Health Services, who he said have misused the case.

"In September, we were informed that we can concede understudies through a testing administration, yet on Oct 27, a warning was issued that every one of the affirmations will be directed through open area colleges," he said.

He noticed that even the status of the PMDC had been tested under the watchful eye of the Supreme Court, since the present board was built up however a statute that had slipped by before it was passed by parliament. This, he said, made the board's status dubious, including that the Higher Education Commission of Sindh had additionally kept in touch with the gathering and tested its status.

Dr Shahbaz told Dawn that private therapeutic schools had finished the confirmations procedure all alone and classes had as of now started in establishments crosswise over Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Punjab. In Islamabad, classes are relied upon to begin amid one week from now.

"We propose that the board ought to permit universities to proceed with officially finished affirmations and that the committee's new confirmations strategy ought to be actualized from one year from now," he said.

In any case, Dr Lehri demands that these measures are being gone up against the premise of guardians' protests. The committee won't enlist understudies who are getting confirmations infringing upon the standards, he said.

"Private schools yearly procure around Rs 250 million in gifts, so they are doing everything conceivable to guarantee they get the opportunity to concede understudies themselves. Various guardians have reached the chamber, affirming that they have paid up to Rs2 million in gifts to enhance their odds of confirmation, yet they haven't been given a receipt," he closed.

Monday, December 5, 2016

KU to host media education moot on Dec 7, 8

A meeting concentrating on media training, especially hypothesis, industry practices and research in Pakistan, will be held at the University of Karachi on December 7 and 8.

The two-day unsettled will have addresses and dialogs with more than 65 driving writers, publicizing and film experts, researchers and educationists from the nation over, and additionally from the United Kingdom and United States, as indicated by a press articulation issued by KU's mass correspondence office.

The gathering is gone for starting a discourse between media the scholarly community and industry specialists, to empower all to work towards tending to the difficulties confronted by the media area today.

The opening session will be tended to by Higher Education Commission Chairman Dr Mukhtar Ahmed and veteran writer Dr Lawrence Pintak, establishing dignitary of the Edward R Murrow College of Communication, Washington State University, alongside KU VC Dr Mohammad Qaiser and Mass Communication Department head Prof Dr Seemi Naghmana Tahir.

Highlighting three parallel sessions at once, the two-day marathon meeting will involve a sum of 17 intuitive projects on subjects including online networking activism versus fate of reporting, publication opportunity and media economy, silver screen future and film instruction, publicizing, examine in broad communications, broadcasting news and excitement, human rights and media educational programs, advertising, part of research in substance determination and creation.

The columnists and media experts anticipated that would talk at the gathering incorporate Raza Ali Abidi, Javed Jabbar, Ghazi Salahuddin, Sajjad Mir, Athar Waqar Azeem, Mehmood Sham, Dr Jabbar Khattak, Dr Rauf Parekh, Tahir Najmi, Badar Alam, Kamal Siddiqui, Wusutullah Khan, Babar Ayaz, Mazhar Abbas, Owais Aslam Ali, Muddasir Mirza, Fakhar Abbas, Gulrez Mojiz, Ather Hashmi, Atiqa Odho, Khaled Anum, Farzana Ali, Ahmed Hasan, HRCP Secretary General IA Rehman, Dr Jaffar Ahmed, Uks chief Tasneem Ahmer, SMIU VC Dr Mohammad Ali Sheik, Szabist Dean of Social Sciences Dr Riaz Shaikh, movie producers Jami and Maheen Zia, Sultana Siddiqui, Shariful Mujahid, Dr Tahir Masood, Dr Nisar Zuberi, Dr Rafia Taj, Inam Bari, Dr Irfan Aziz, Prof Shahida Kazi, Qaiser Mehmood, Wajahat Masood and Gibran Peshimam.

Biometric system in colleges within two months ordered

HYDERABAD: The Hyderabad circuit of the Sindh High Court on Wednesday requested establishment of biometric participation framework in schools inside two months and cautioned Sindh boss secretary and secretary of training to show up face to face to answer to show-bring about notification the court issued them prior, else, scorn procedures would be started against them.

A division seat involving Justices Salahuddin Panhwar and Mohammad Iqbal Mahar passed the request on an open intrigue appeal to recorded by Manzoor Hussain through Kanji Mal advocate and took genuine notice of the two functionaries' inability to show up in court to disclose in the matter of why the Supreme Court's 2013 request had not been followed in Sindh's training segment.

Senior Member of Board of Revenue (BoR) Rizwan Memon showed up in the interest of the central secretary while secretary of universities Dr Riaz Memon and an extra secretary of training spoke to the secretary of instruction.

Equity Panhwar said that instruction division was getting colossal global help with expansion to yearly budgetary assignments, however there were still ranges in the region which did not have schools.

He communicated dissatisfaction over the way that biometric participation recording framework had not been introduced in schools and coordinated that it ought to be fitted inside two months to conquer the issue recently landing and ongoing nonappearance of instruction authorities, especially educators, which was hurting understudies considers.

He said the answer to the court presented by the extra secretary demonstrated that many schools were in so broken down condition that they could prompt to an accident at whatever time. He alluded to the passage 174 of the Supreme Court's request and the powers' inability to make consistence and commented that even government's own figures of enrolment uncovered dropout of understudies and absence of access to training.

It appeared there were insufficient schools and universities to suit understudies. Barely 20 for every penny of understudies achieved center and higher auxiliary schools while the administration's consideration stayed focussed on essential training alone, he said.

BoR senior part Rizwan Memon concurred with the court's perceptions and said that in this time of data innovation scholastic establishments seriously required all around prepared libraries. He guaranteed to impart the court's orders and perceptions to the central pastor and said that at present he was speaking to the main secretary alone.

He suggested that the administration ought to update on a most optimized plan of attack elementary schools to the level of center schools. All inquiries raised by the court were of prime significance for which information should have been submitted, he said.

He upheld the court's dispute that even white collar class families couldn't send their youngsters to another city for studies. He said that he had scribbled down the court's comments and asked for the court to settle next date of hearing on Dec 14.

He said the administration would present a far reaching report on next hearing,

conveying significant information in the light of court's perceptions. The report being referred to would likewise clarify what steps had so far been brought to consent to the peak court's choice specified by the seat in its past request, he said.

Secretary of universities Dr Riaz Memon educated the court that there were 279 schools in the region including 116 young ladies' schools and 17 with co-instruction. The aggregate spending plan of the training division including improvement and non-advancement reserves came to around Rs2.8 billion, he said.

The extra secretary of training said that enrolment of understudies in Sindh in 41,718 elementary schools remained at 1,611,914 young men and 1,027,413 young ladies while in optional schools 471,279 young men and 334,835 young ladies were enlisted while in higher auxiliary schools 220,662 young men and 119,660 young ladies were selected.

Sindh extra promoter general Allah Bachayo Soomro presented a notice dated Nov 22, with respect to consistence of section 174 of the zenith court arrange and the seat noticed that according to warning accreditation board had been constituted.

The warning said the board was going by an administrator however it gave the idea that it was not as per the soul of the SC mandate since it was not clear who might be the director of the board and the names of co-selected individuals were missing, said the court.

The BoR senior part and the extra secretary said the director ought to be an exceedingly qualified educationist, fundamentally from the instruction division who must be worthy to all partners in the public eye.

The court requested the extra secretary to present the notice in regards to Sindh Curriculum Council with subtle elements of gatherings in the course of recent years alongside proposals.

It requested that the AAG fulfill the court on legitimate status and defense of how the instruction functions office could be isolated from the locale organization and unified. On the off chance that the partition was observed to be unjustified the matter could be alluded to any organization for test into usage of spending plan, he said.

The court said the main secretary and the secretary of training did not agree to the 2013 pinnacle court arrange viably and at first sight they were subject to show up face to face and answer to the show-cause takes note. If there should be an occurrence of disappointment on their part, scorn procedures would be started against them.

The court altered the matter for hearing on Dec 14 at 11am.

Sunday, December 4, 2016

Rs895.7m budget approved for UHS

LAHORE - The University of Health Sciences' Board of Governors has endorsed Rs895.7 million spending plan for the money related year 2016-17.

The 36th meeting of UHS board was held yesterday with Federal Finance Minister Senator Ishaq Dar in the seat. Board individuals Prof Malik Hussain Mubbashar, Zarine Aziz, Vice Chancellor Maj Gen (r) Prof Muhammad Aslam and delegates of commonplace wellbeing and fund offices went to the meeting.

Prof Muhammad Aslam advised the leading group of the advance of the UHS amid a year ago with uncommon concentrate on Kala Shah Kaku Campus.

The board was likewise notified that the college had kept up its position in Higher Education Commission's Ranking 2015 and was among the 'Main 10' colleges of Pakistan.

UHS VC said that the college had been given a lead part in advanced education Medium Term Development Framework (MTDF) III as to limit working in Dental, Nursing and Allied Health Sciences.

The seat asked the powers to keep up the most elevated principles so that this essential field of prescription and wellbeing could enhance benefit conveyance and give better and reasonable therapeutic offices to the basic man.

The fund serve assist said that in spite of the fact that legislature was concentrating fundamentally on 'Three Es' (economy, vitality and radicalism), it has expanded the budgetary assignment for wellbeing and training.

As per spending gauges, Rs41.5 million has been reserved for research purposes. Out of it, Rs15 million has been apportioned for the concede of grant, Rs5 million for buy of chemicals, reagents, dishes and concentrated packs, and Rs21 million has been designated for lab gear and apparatus. A measure of Rs0.5 million will be spent on research studies and exploratory operations.

An entirety of Rs88.785 million has been designated for working costs that incorporates utilities (Rs15.3 million), interchanges (Rs8.03 million), travel and transportation (Rs11.155 million) and general costs (Rs53.7 million).

A measure of Rs203.439 million has been held for worker related costs. The board endorsed 10 for each penny impromptu alleviation recompense for the representatives.

A measure of Rs454.62 million will be spent on improvement exercises which incorporate common works at Kala Shah Kaku Campus (Rs415 million), buy of apparatus (Rs21.00 million), and furniture and installation (Rs8 million).

The UHS will burn through Rs104 million on the lead of examinations and Rs1.5 million on proceeded with expert improvement of the medicinal workforce. A total of Rs1 million has been apportioned for global linkages and Rs1 million for the presentation of new scholarly projects amid the year 2016-17.

To begin with MERIT LIST ON DEC 1

The University of Health Sciences will issue first legitimacy list for admission to private restorative/dental schools on December 1, Secretary Specialized Healthcare and Medical Education Najam Ahmed Shah said while tending to a question and answer session at UHS yesterday.

The secretary said the administration would actualize Pakistan Medical and Dental Council's arrangement with respect to admission to private restorative/dental schools on open legitimacy. Illustrative of PMDC Dr Amir Bandesha and Pro-Vice Chancellor UHS Prof Junaid Sarfraz Khan were additionally present.

The Provincial Admission Committee would hint Pakistan Medical and Dental Council with respect to infringement of principles and directions by couple of private restorative/dental schools and suggest essential activity. PAC talked about usage on PMDC affirmation arrangement of 2016. The panel denounced the private organizations deceiving understudies and guardians and straightforwardly disregarding the legitimacy strategy.

It has asked the guardians and understudies to approach UHS, Nishter Medical College Multan and Rawalpindi Medical College for submitting confirmation shapes and no private restorative/dental school. These confirmation structures can be downloaded from site of UHS.

Najam Ahmed Shah said the Lahore High Court has issued a break arrange on eleventh November, which was revised by the Court on November 18. The LHC illuminated that the request would be pertinent just on such understudies who had showed up in SAT-II.

As such, 6544 understudies have connected for affirmation in private medicinal/dental schools, Prof Junaid Sarfraz Khan educated, including that the date of submitting confirmation shapes has been reached out to November 22 to encourage such understudies who need to apply for the confirmation.

Dr Amir Bandesha educated that 146th meeting of PMDC Council hung on November 19 valued the legislature for actualizing the confirmation strategy. He said the PMDC has educated all the restorative colleges/schools that no confirmation against the legitimacy strategy would be worthy and UHS and PMDC would not enlist such affirmations.

Saturday, December 3, 2016

Govt working to devise national education policy

BAHAWALPUR-A state serve said that the government was activating all the accessible assets to detail training strategy through viable conference with the commonplace governments.

He tending to amid a kids writing celebration together composed by locale organization, ITA and Oxford University Press. State for Federal Higher Education and Professional Training Baleeghur Rehman said that the youngsters writing celebration would assume a fundamental part in advancing scholarly edification and cleaning the ability kids.

It will make an energetic human asset premise to meet the future difficulties of the 21st century. Talking as the central visitor, he kept up that kinship with books is the sign of each populist society which for all intents and purposes reflects both the state and societal attempt to advance learning based nation. He assist said that writing celebration has given a one of a kind chance to the kids to meet the scholarly joints and have the joy to listen to their abstract work.

"Punjab boss pastor has allotted billions of rupees by giving unique assets for the schools of Southern Punjab for arrangement of missing offices at government schools," he noted. He additionally declared that educating of Holy Quran at government schools would begin soon in area Bahawalpur.

Secretary Archives Ahmad Raza Serwer said that reasonable and viable attempt to advance writing for youngsters is the way to assemble an energetic, rapid and breathtaking information based foundation which is imperative for setting up a libertarian culture. The holding of third youngsters writing celebration at the memorable focal library Bahawalpur is the impression of our aggregate affectability to advance sound culture of book perusing. Oxford University Press MD Ameena Saeedi said that Oxford University Press has set up Oxford educator foundation which gives preparing to 50,000 instructors yearly with respect to cutting edge procedures. She assist asserted that the press connects uncommon noteworthiness to advance perusing propensity among the kids.

Conspicuous essayist Romana Hussain gave point by point instructions about the principle reason for holding the abstract celebration. An understudy of SD High School, Abdullah Tanseer, introduced a tune composed by Zohra Nigar and formed by Rakhi Jameel.

Friday, December 2, 2016

UN Corner opens at University of Peshawar

PESHAWAR: A United Nations Corner was built up at the University of Peshawar (UoP) here on Monday. The corner will serve as a source of perspective point for distributions from the UN framework and its accomplices in Pakistan.

Bad habit Chancellor UoP Prof Mohammad Rasul Jan introduced the corner at the focal library of the varsity.

Head of Swiss Agency for Development Cooperation Dr Stefanie Burni, Registrar Dr Syed Fazli Hadi and organizer Cell for Fata Studies Dr Hussain Shaheed Soherwardi were available on the event.

On the event, Dr Rasul Jan lauded the considerable work being finished by UN in Pakistan and underlined the part of Pakistan in peace working in the worldwide field should have been reinforced.

Prior, a five-part Swiss and UN appointment was given presentation about the exercises of Cell for Fata Studies at the UoP.

Thursday, December 1, 2016

New school buses await formal inauguration

ISLAMABAD: School transports obtained under the Prime Minister's Education Reforms Program have yet to hit the capital's avenues since they have not been formally introduced.

The Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) has gotten 20 transports, at present stopped at a school in H-8, that have not yet been formally initiated on the grounds that the directorate is as yet sitting tight for an affirmation date from the Prime Minister's Office, as the chief is probably going to introduce the venture.

The FDE got its first clump of five transports on Oct 19, and the aggregate has now achieved 20.

After the initiation service, the 20 transports will concentrate on provincial regions in Islamabad, where there are as of now no transport offices for understudies. Of the aggregate 422 instructive organizations in the city, just 46 as of now have offices for transport.

The directorate will get each of the 70 of the transports before the end of January 2017, as it is being given 10 each fortnight by the maker that won the agreement in August to give 70 transports to Rs490 million.

Serve for Capital Administration and Development Division (CADD) Dr Tariq Fazal Chaudhry said: "We are cheerful the transport venture will be introduced in the following week by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif."

He said the expansion of the transports, and different activities being taken under the instruction changes program, will have an enduring effect on open area training. The pastor said 130 more transports will be given to instruction foundations in the following period of the program.

Sources said that of the 70 new transports, five will be given to a custom curriculum foundations, 40 to schools in country regions and 25 to schools in urban zones.

Nearby training officers will be given three transports each to present regular courses in their regions, allowing understudies of different schools to go in a similar transport.

The 63-situate transports will be furnished with coolers to give clean drinking water; there will be a bar as an afterthought windows for wellbeing, three rooftop ventilators and a rapid obstructer.

Under the training changes program, the administration reported arrangements to enhance the physical foundation of schools and give all the vital offices to understudies in each of the 422 instructive establishments in the city. Be that as it may, subsequent to redesigning 22 schools, the administration has yet to discharge financing to start chip away at the following 200 schools.