Monthly Archives: October 2011
Balochistan Governor happy over release of funds provincial educational institutions by Finance Department
QUETTA: Balochistan Governor Nawab Zulfiqar has expressed his pleasure over release of 800 million for provincial educational institutions by Finance Department on the directives
Chief Minister and lauded efforts of Chief Minister for his interest in the development of education sector.
Governor asked concerned quarters that funds should be spent for the objective for which it has been provided and it must not be allowed to suffer from corruption. He said steps should also be taken to
LAHORE Punjab government top priority to the promotion of quality education in the public sector institutions
LAHORE Punjab government has given top priority to the promotion of quality education in the public sector institutions. Different holistic reforms have been introduced so that the poor and deserving students could easily get education. During the current fiscal year, a total sum of Rs 800 million has been provided to promote functional-literacy in the marginalised segments of the society.
This was stated by Punjab Education Foundation Chairman Raja Muhammad Anwar while presiding over a
KOHAT The government has upgraded four boys high schools to the higher secondary level.
MPA Engr Syed Qalb-i-Hassan, while addressing a public meeting here said the government had approved Rs18 million for upgradation of Behzadi Chakakot, Ustarzai, Khadizai and Muhammadzai high schools to higher secondary schools.
Meanwhile, the monitoring team of Higher Education Commission visited Kohat University of Science and Technology (KUST) for inspecting the implementation of criteria set up for
PESHAWAR The Small Industries Development Board (SIDB) will establish the Institute of Wood Technology (IWT) to cater for the growing demand of wood for housing and furniture sectors in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
This was stated by spokesman of SIDP Prof Nisar Hamdani, while speaking at a two-day workshop in Peshawar.
Prof Hamdani said the institute would be established with the help of the University of Azad Jammu and Kashmir and that a two-year training programme would be introduced
Islamabad The Silver Oaks School has launched the Oakian Performing Arts & Skills Club (OPASC) at their F-8/3 Campus, boasting a very strong line-up of skilled coaches under one roof, says a press release.
OPASC performing arts & creative skill development start-up offering currently includes piano, guitar, vocals, classical dance, classical singing & tabla, photography, art, crafts, karate & physical fitness regimes for both young ones and adults.
Silver Oaks School, formally set up in
Islamabad Head of the women wing of Iranian Parliament Tayyibeh Safaei arrived in Islamabad on Sunday to attend five-day international women conference organised by Ahle Bait Women Welfare Society from November 1 to 5 in Lahore, says a press release issued here Sunday. Tayyibeh Safaei will address professors and students of International Islamic University, Islamabad today (Monday) at the auditorium of university at Faisal Masjid.The
more educational opportunities offer Institute of Computer and Management Sciences ICMS to younger generation
PESHAWAR The management of the Institute of Computer and Management Sciences (ICMS) have reiterated its pledge to provide more opportunities of quality education to the younger generation in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa along with extra-curricular activities.
Starting its educational activities in 1999-2000, the ICMS has grown and is now running 12 educational projects with about 3,000 students and 300 faculty members on its rolls, said ICMS College System Chairman Malik Tajjamul Hayat while speaking
Islamabad Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA) has scheduled a free puppet show for children and students from various educational institutions of twin cities here today.The
Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Rawalpindi Rechecking of HSSC Part-I papers in progress
BISE) Chairman Dr. Muhammad Qasim has said that re-checking of Intermediate Part-I papers is in progress, Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Rawalpindi (as special centres set up for re-checking of the papers are working round the clock.
Talking to this agency he said, that the task would be completed within stipulated timeframe. He informed that there is no re-checking fee in this regard and the re-checking process particularly for Intermediate part-I papers is
in KARACHI MBBS and bds programme Over 4,390 candidates appeared in an entry test held on Sunday on the Ojha Campus of the Dow University of Health Sciences for admission against 700 seats in the MBBS programme at the Dow Medical College and Sindh Medical College and 100 seats in the BDS programme of the Dr Ishrat-ul-Ibad Khan Institute of Oral Health Sciences.
The test was conducted by the National Testing Service (NTS) from 10am to 12noon. A heavy posse of police and Rangers was deployed