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Latest Jobs / Mobile Phones in Pakistan
« Last post by ZAHRAOFFICE3 on February 24, 2018, 12:21:13 PM »
Mobile phone prices are updated daily from Local mobile dealers and markets in Pakistan. We provide latest mobile phone rates, mobile prices in pakistan, specifications, mobile videos, user opinions, mobile games, screensavers, wallpapers, video reviews. See the latest rates / prices of all the cell phones.
http://dramaonline.pk/gossip/
Mobile-Phone.pk is Pakistan's top mobile website which covers specification, reviews, pictures, videos, screen savers, wallpapers, themes, software of all mobile sets of all mobile brands in the world. We provide latest market mobile prices in Pakistan from cities like Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Faisalabad, Multan, Peshawer, Quetta, Sialkot, Gujar Khan, Jehlum, Hyderabad, Sargodha, Bahalwalpur in Pakistani currency PKR Rs. and in US dollars of all new mobile phone sets. Used mobile pricing is not covered yet. See what are latest mobiles and rates in Pakistani rupees. Mobile prices in Pakistan are updated on daily basis from local markets. Soon we are planning to launch online mobile purchasing as well at cheap rates, so that people can purchase mobiles online at ease. So you will be able to buy new and used mobile phones online or just send mobile phone gifts to Pakstan. We have best mobiles for internet and to watch mobile movies online.
http://www.mobile-phone.pk/mobile_prices.html
Other than this you will also be able to send sms via web 2 sms for all mobile operators in Pakistan including Ufone, Mobilink Jazz, Telenor, Warid, Zong, Paktel etc.
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Education News from Sindh / FDE promotes 71 teachers
« Last post by sb on February 23, 2018, 01:53:52 PM »
FDE promotes 71 teachers
Islamabad:February 23: The Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) has notified the time-scale promotion of 71 women trained graduate teachers (BPS-16). The promotions have taken effect immediately. The teachers promoted will be on probation for one year in line with the Civil Servants (Appointment, Promotion and Transfer) Rules, 1973. The FDE oversees Islamabad’s government schools and colleges totaling more than 400.The news.
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Education News from Sindh / Students interact with premier
« Last post by sb on February 23, 2018, 01:53:09 PM »
Students interact with premier
Islamabad:February 23: As part of the Prime Minister’s Youth Connect initiative, a group of 30 Headstart School students met Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi at the Prime Minister’s Executive Office.

The students along with the faculty of the Headstart School's IGCSE/A Level Branch and Kuri Campus were shown around the premises. There followed an open and informative question and answer session with the prime minister.

The students were thrilled to see the prime minister, his special counsel Ali Siddique and staff members. Their discussion ranged from the government’s economic and foreign policies to the commitment to championing human rights and education in the country.

Excited to play their part in the country’s progress, the students expressed the hope that they would get opportunities to visit and learn from other organs of the government, including judiciary and army headquarters. They also said they wished to attend a session of parliament.The news.
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Education News from Sindh / QAU faculty plans anti-VC protest at D-Chowk
« Last post by sb on February 23, 2018, 01:52:12 PM »
QAU faculty plans anti-VC protest at D-Chowk
Islamabad:February 23: The agitating Quaid-e-Azam University teachers on Thursday warned that they would protest at the D-Chowk and outside the chancellor’s office if the vice-chancellor didn’t step down over the administrative and academic failures.

The teachers have been staging protests on and off campus for three weeks seeking the resignation of VC Dr Javed Ashraf over incompetence and poor policies. Accusing the VC of administrative and academic mismanagement, the protesters said they would continue agitating until Dr Javed quit to save the university from further crisis.

Leading protesters, Dr Asif Ali said the teachers had stopped taking classes and hadn’t handed over the results of semester exams to the controller (examinations) as part of agitation against the VC.

He said the teachers were committed to taking the protest movement to its logical end. “If the VC doesn’t resign, we’ll go to the D-Chowk and chancellor’s (president’s) offices to press the authorities for meeting our genuine demand,” he warned.

The protesters’ leader claimed that almost all faculty members were part of the anti-VC agitation. On the other hand, the VC refused to step down. He told ‘The News’ that a number of faculty members had been forced to join the protest.

The VC also said the call to boycott classes and disrupt academic activities was an attempt by the protest leaders to have their promotion cases reviewed by a ‘possibly more pliant’ future VC. He insisted that the protesters had refused to speak to him and deans for the resolution of their grievances.The news.
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Education News in Punjab / The following students secured prizes for the best performance
« Last post by sb on February 23, 2018, 01:50:52 PM »
The following students secured prizes for the best performance
Rawalpindi:February 23: Sidra Afzal (Humanities), 2nd Madiha Kousar (Humanities) and 3rd Irsa Zahid (Humanities).
The following students secured prizes for the best performance in their respective fields: Mehwish Shaheen (Qiraat), Marwa Sajid (Naat), Wajiha Shams (English Speaker), Faiza Babar (Urdu Speaker), Shumaila Jabeen (Home Economics), Marium Hina (Sports), Nighat Younas (Cultural Performance), Muniba Munir (Singing), Nayha Naveed (Computer Science) and Aimen Zafar (Dramatics).

In co-curricular activities talented students represented the college in the different colleges of twin cities and other cities and won laurels to their institution winning 56 individual prizes and 14 trophies.

FG Postgraduate College for Women was also the proud recipient of the Trophy for Best performance in Academics 2017-18 by the Directorate of FGEIs (C/G).

The chief guest and Principal, Prof. Rana Arshad Qazi, addressing the students said that “This institution aspires to deliver an education that not only opens new vistas of knowledge but also fosters a positive and an all round best outlook in students”.

Referring to a quote of Anatul Fánce she said “The whole art of teaching is the art of awakening the natural curiosity in young minds.” She highlighted the status of women in our society who are no longer a vulnerable group. They possess the qualities of resilience, patience, courage and perseverance. The need of time is to ‘Know Thyself’, she added. She advised the students to develop their self-identity through sincerity and commitment in order to “blossom further in the rich fertile land of our great motherland”. She congratulated the prize winners and their mothers on their meritorious performance. She also thanked faculty members and media personal for making this event a successful one. The ceremony concluded with the recitation of national anthem.The news.
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Education News in Punjab / Marium Rauf 1st positions i Ared university
« Last post by sb on February 23, 2018, 01:49:44 PM »
Marium Rauf 1st positions i Ared university
Rawalpindi:February 23:1st positions: Marium Rauf Maths, Statistics, Physics / Economics/Maths/Physics/Chemistry;

2nd positions: Bisma Zulfiquar Maths, Statistics, Physics /Economics/Maths/Physics/Computer;

3rd positions: Iqra Zulfiquar Maths, Statistics, Physics/ Economics/Maths/Physics /Computer;

1st positions: Maham Sohail (Zoology, Botany, Chemistry and Psychology), 2nd Mobashra Tasneem (Zoology, Botany, Chemistry and Psychology) and 3rd Amna Rida (Zoology, Botany, Chemistry and Psychology);The news.
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Arid University launches supply of compost to university research farm
Rawalpindi:February 23: An inauguration ceremony of ‘Supply of Compost to University Research Farm (URF)’ was held on Thursday at Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University, Rawalpindi (PMAS-AAUR).

Compost is obtained from the decomposed organic material of Mehr Biogas Model which was designed by PMAS-AAUR to meet the domestic needs of biogas and electricity through biomass-bio-energy technology.

Mehr Biogas Model was the initiative of Prof. Dr Rai Niaz Ahmad, former Vice Chancellor PMAS-AAUR to decompose the organic material of the varsity in a useful manner for obtaining energy, an ultimate source of getting compost after utilization of biogas and electricity up to six months.

This high quality organic fertiliser plays a key role for organic farming been launched by varsity to its Research Farm, Koont for obtaining the desired results. PMAS-AAUR Vice Chancellor, Prof. Dr Sarwat N. Mirza was the chief guest at inaugural ceremony of launching the supply of compost to the URF along with Deans, Directors and a large number of faculty members and staff who witnessed the inaugural ceremony.

Prof. Dr Sarwat N. Mirza hoped that the valuable varsity product will be helpful in enhancing the productivity of agriculture crops and said that the product will be launched at the commercial level afterwards for obtaining the desired objectives to meet the growing need of agriculture farmers.The news.
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Annual prize distribution ceremony held at FG Postgraduate College
Rawalpindi:February 23: To commend the consistent efforts of students who excelled in academics and co-curricular activities during the 2017-2018, the annual prize distribution of FG Postgraduate College for Women, Kashmir Road was held in the Salma Masud Auditorium here on Thursday.

Professor Rana Arshad Qazi was the honourable chief guest on this occasion. The ceremony started with the recitation of the Quranic verses by Mehwish Shaheen. Hira Shafique presented ‘Naat’. College Anthem was presented by Nighat Younas, Hira Shafique, Marwa Sajjad, Rabbea Hanif.

Giving an introduction to the ceremony, the Head of English Department, Durr-e-Shahwar said that the prime aim of any sound educational institution is to develop an all-round personality of its students, focusing on their intellectual, Physical, moral and social development. Encouragement and rewards are an integral part of the process of learning, she added. Today’s ceremony was organized to reward the hard work, dedication and commitment of the position holders in academics and co-curricular activities for the year 2017-2018.

The chief guest Professor Rana Arshad Qazi distributed prizes, certificates and medals among the high achievers in academics and co-curricular activities. More than hundred certificates were given to the brilliant students for holding positions in College. Federal Board, Punjab University examinations.

Subject prizes were awarded to the highest scorers in different subjects at Intermediate and graduation level. High achievers of co-curricular activities received certificates for being declared ‘Best’ in their respective fields. An exceptionally brilliant student Amna Satti got three subject prizes in Political Science, Urdu Literature and Persian optional.

An equally talented student Bisma Zulfiquar received two prizes in Physics and Computer Science. Maham Sohail clinched two subject prizes in Zoology and Chemistry.

Mariyum Rauf received prizes in Maths and Statistics. At Intermediate level, Wajeeha Noor received 3 subject prizes in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Zarmina Naz bagged 3 prizes in Persian, Physics. Education and Islamic Studies.

In Evening Group, Kainat Shaheen received 2 prizes in Maths and Physics. The subject prizes for Biology and Chemistry went to Farah Shabbir. Aleena Mustafa and Mariyam Shahid received prizes for securing 1st and 2nd positions in M.A. English (2016-18).

In M.A. Urdu Samina Ali, Hifsa Parveen and Iqra Batool stood 1st, 2nd and 3rd respectively.

The class positions at B.A/B.Sc. 2016-18 were granted to the following students:

1st positions: Marium Rauf Maths, Statistics, Physics / Economics/Maths/Physics/Chemistry;

2nd positions: Bisma Zulfiquar Maths, Statistics, Physics /Economics/Maths/Physics/Computer;

3rd positions: Iqra Zulfiquar Maths, Statistics, Physics/ Economics/Maths/Physics /Computer;

1st positions: Maham Sohail (Zoology, Botany, Chemistry and Psychology), 2nd Mobashra Tasneem (Zoology, Botany, Chemistry and Psychology) and 3rd Amna Rida (Zoology, Botany, Chemistry and Psychology);

1st position: Sidra Afzal (Humanities), 2nd Madiha Kousar (Humanities) and 3rd Irsa Zahid (Humanities).

The following students secured prizes for the best performance in their respective fields: Mehwish Shaheen (Qiraat), Marwa Sajid (Naat), Wajiha Shams (English Speaker), Faiza Babar (Urdu Speaker), Shumaila Jabeen (Home Economics), Marium Hina (Sports), Nighat Younas (Cultural Performance), Muniba Munir (Singing), Nayha Naveed (Computer Science) and Aimen Zafar (Dramatics).

In co-curricular activities talented students represented the college in the different colleges of twin cities and other cities and won laurels to their institution winning 56 individual prizes and 14 trophies.

FG Postgraduate College for Women was also the proud recipient of the Trophy for Best performance in Academics 2017-18 by the Directorate of FGEIs (C/G).

The chief guest and Principal, Prof. Rana Arshad Qazi, addressing the students said that “This institution aspires to deliver an education that not only opens new vistas of knowledge but also fosters a positive and an all round best outlook in students”.

Referring to a quote of Anatul Fánce she said “The whole art of teaching is the art of awakening the natural curiosity in young minds.” She highlighted the status of women in our society who are no longer a vulnerable group. They possess the qualities of resilience, patience, courage and perseverance. The need of time is to ‘Know Thyself’, she added. She advised the students to develop their self-identity through sincerity and commitment in order to “blossom further in the rich fertile land of our great motherland”. She congratulated the prize winners and their mothers on their meritorious performance. She also thanked faculty members and media personal for making this event a successful one. The ceremony concluded with the recitation of national anthem.The news.
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PEEP signed an agreement with Barani Agricultural Research Chakwal
LAHORE:February 23: USAID’s Punjab Enabling Environment Project (PEEP) signed an agreement with Barani Agricultural Research Institute (BARI), Chakwal to establish a Centre of Excellence for Olive Research and Training. USAID Provincial Director Lea Swanson and officials from Punjab Agriculture Department (PAD) along with stakeholders of the project witnessed the signing.

“The establishment of centre would fuel the growth of the olive sector in Punjab by supporting scientific research and training olive farmers on how to boost the health and quality of crops.The news.
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Punjab University Pakistan Study Centre Lecture on "Nation Narration Borders : Representing National Identity in Pakistani Anglophone Literature"
LAHORE:February 23: Punjab University Pakistan Study Centre (PSC) organised a lecture on "Nation, Narration, Borders: Representing National Identity in Pakistani Anglophone Literature".

University of Naples L’Orientale, Italy Dr Daniela Vitolo, Dean Faculty of Arts and Humanities Prof Dr Muhammad Iqbal Chawla, PSC In-charge Dr Rukhsana Iftikhar, Dr Ahmad Ejaz, Dr Amjad Abbas Khan, Prof Syed Qamar Abbas, Dr Mahboob Hussain, Dr Faraz Anjum, Dr Maqbool Awan, Dr Naumana Kiran, Dr Robina, Bushra Shokat, Syed Karim Haider and research scholars were present.

Dr Daniela said one of the main features defining Pakistani Anglophone Literature was that it tended to bring into conversation the local and the global. She said concerned with political and social issues, Pakistani Anglophone writers frequently seem to invite their readers to reflect the ways in which social and political dynamics affect the construction of communitarian and personal identities.
Prof Iqbal Chawala shed light on the topic and shared his views.The news.
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