Monthly Archives: January 2012
LAHORE: (Tuesday, January 31, 2012): Punjab University Examinations Department has notified that MA/MSc, Part-II, Supplementary Exam 2011 will commence from February 28, 2012 for which the admission fee and forms can be submitted till February 7,
Punjab University PU approves Advanced Studies and Research Board (AS&RB) 14 synopsis, 04 PhD reports
LAHORE: (Tuesday, January 31, 2012): A meeting of Punjab University Advanced Studies and Research Board (AS&RB) was held under the chairmanship of Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran here today which solved cases of PhD scholars presented for review in the Board by different PU departments, institutes, colleges and schools. In the meeting, 14 PhD synopsis, 04 reports on PhD theses and 16 panel of examiners were approved. Approval was also granted in one miscellaneous case. Prof Dr
Lahore – Intermediate Supplementary Examinations (ISE) Chairman Dr Malik announced on Monday that the results of the ISE would be disclosed on January 31 at 10 am. The Controller of Examinations will dispatch the result cards to the residential addresses of all the 30,079 candidates that took the exams. There were no deferred results reported. The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) is showing the results from the previous three examinations on the board
A Core i5-2550K processor malfunctioning due to extreme overclocking could be replaced under Intel’s new protection plan
IDG News Service – Intel has rolled out a handful of new Core i5 desktop processors, including one that raises the clock speed and qualifies for a new protection plan under which CPUs can be replaced.
The quad-core Core i5-2550K runs at a clock speed of 3.4GHz and is based on the Sandy Bridge microarchitecture. The fastest clock speed in the Core i5 desktop processor
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Dev shows how to use QuasiDisk to share iPhone Internet connection with a notebook; app remains on App Store
Computerworld – An iPhone developer has acknowledged that a recent update to one of his apps includes the hidden ability to tether the smartphone to a laptop, circumventing carrier fees for the service.
Chris Simpson, best known for creating apps for “jailbroken” iPhones, posted a walk-through on YouTube that shows users of his QuasiDisk app how to set it up for tethering.
Courses to close and redundancies loom as applications plummet
Universities have suffered the steepest fall in applications since records began, with the total number of students seeking places this autumn plummeting by 8.7 per cent as the true impact of tuition fee increases is felt.
Last night, there were warnings that the decline would lead to course closures and redundancies at campuses across the country. An even more marked drop of 9.9 per cent was recorded in applications from
ISLAMABAD Some 40 amateur artists on Monday got certificates and awards after the completion of a 10-day workshop entitled “Traditional Miniature Paintings of the Sub-continent” at the Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA).
The participants were students from various educational institutions of Rawalpindi and Islamabad and were trained by popular miniature artist Farrah Mahmood Adnan.
PNCA Director Tauqeer Nasir said the workshop was an excellent opportunity for the students to
The United States Agency for International Development on Monday held a stakeholders workshop under its Entrepreneurs Project where findings of a study on the embellished fabric sub-sector in Pakistan were presented to key players for review.
The study was conducted in Punjab, Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa provinces by entrepreneurs and their local partners. More than 50 representatives of key players in the embellished fabrics sub-sector participated in the workshop.
They included the
BISE suppl result
THE Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Lahore will announce the result of Intermediate Supplementary Examination 2011 on Tuesday (today). A BISE spokesman claimed that there was not a single case of Result Late (R.L) in the said result. He said BISE Chairman Dr Allah Bakhsh Malik directed the Controller of Examinations to dispatch the Result Cards to all candidates on residential addresses. About 30,079 candidates appeared in the said examination. The