Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Girls on top at GCU paintings contest

LAHORE, The female understudies Wednesday at the end of the day demonstrated that they have preferable style over young men by clean clearing all refinements at the Inter-Universities Flower and Painting Competitions 2016 sorted out by the Government College University Lahore Horticulture Society (GCU-HS) on the topic of "Three R's: Reduce, Reuse and Recycle'.

As indicated by a public statement issued here on Wednesday, the understudies from various colleges, including Lahore College for Women University and University of Education partook in the dry bloom and painting rivalries to bring issues to light among understudies about the physiological effect of general physical environment on individuals.

Shocking, all the positions in Fresh Flower (focus), dry blossom, T-shirt painting, notice painting and new bloom (corner) challenges were secured by the female members from various colleges.

GCU Botany Alumni Association President Ajmal Raheem, the main visitor at the prize appropriation, said it appears that females would be advised to style sense. Be that as it may, GCU-HS Adviser Prof Dr Zaheer-ud-Din attributed small support of young men to this 'incredible accomplishment' of female understudies.

Talking on the event, Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Hassan Amir Shah said that instructive foundations including colleges ought to similarly concentrate on the character-building and identity improvement of the adolescent other than granting them quality training and advancing imagination and exploration. He said GCU put in a considerable measure of its money related and HR on character-building and identity improvement of its understudies which later helped them in their expert fields.

Later, the VC gave away testaments and shields to Iram Iqbal, Ayesha Ghulam Nabi, Wajeeha, Iqra Iqbal, Maryam Abid, Fizza Shahzad and Darakshan for securing refinements in the different classifications of bloom and painting rivalries.

PhD: Punjab University has granted three PhD degrees to the researchers, incorporating Madeeha Afzal in the subject of Biological Sciences after endorsement of her proposition entitled "Recombinant Production of Native and Multi-Epitope Fusion Antigens of Mycobacterium Tuberculosis and their Evaluation", Sumera Naz in the subject of Agricultural Sciences after endorsement of her theory entitled "Characterisation and Management of Myrothecium Roridum Associated with Myrothecium Leaf Spot Disease of Momordica Charatia L. (Intense Gourd) in Punjab, Pakistan" and Iqra Arooj in the subject of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics after endorsement of her postulation entitled "Hereditary Analysis in Coronary Heart Disease Patients and Dynamics of Nuclear Calcium in Isolated Cardiomyocytes", says a public statement issued here on Wednesday.