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two-day national conference on “Mathematical Sciences
PESHAWAR:19 April: A two-day national conference on “Mathematical Sciences in Engineering Applications (NCMSEA-2018)” got underway here on Wednesday.

Organised by the Department of Basic Sciences and Islamiyat, University of Engineering and Technology (UET), Peshawar, the aim of the conference was to provide platform for bringing together researchers, scientists and engineers from academia and industry to exchange/share their expertise and their research findings.

The conference would further give an opportunity to the Scientists and Engineers to identify the problems in Mathematical Sciences and Engineering.

Department of Basic Sciences and Islamiyat Chairman Professor Dr Sirajul Islam welcomed the participants and spoke on latest developments in mathematical Sciences and urged the participants to raise critical questions so that real world research could take place. HEC, Peshawar region, Director Dr Arshad Kamran was the chief guest on the occasion.

Speaking on the occasion, he said the main spirit behind the activities was to bring together mathematicians, scientists and engineers to solve scientific and industrially-oriented problems and to provide a forum for the participants to exchange ideas of common interest.

He encouraged young faculty and scholars to apply this knowledge in their respective engineering fields and promote interdisciplinary research.

UET Peshawar Vice Chancellor Professor Dr Iftikhar Hussain asked the graduating engineers and professionals to attend this conference and learn worldwide practices in the field of mathematics, engineering and technology.The news.
MoU inked between KP Higher Education Dept and Hazara University
PESHAWAR:19 April: Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) inked between KP Higher Education Department and Hazara University for establishment of University Campus at Battagram.

The high-ups of Higher Education Department and Hazara University signed the agreement at a ceremony held at Chief Minister’s House here on Wednesday. Chief Minister Pervez Khattak and a 25-member delegation of the elite of Battagram also attended the meeting.

Pervez Khattak directed the concerned authorities to take early action for the Battagram Campus and starting classes in it. He said university campus at Battagram was right of the people.

The chief minister said that improving the standard of education in the province was top most priority of his government from the very beginning.The news.
HEC provides free online access to Allama Iqbal Open University
ISLAMABAD:19 April: The Higher Education Commission (HEC) has awarded three indexing agencies to Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) for providing free online access to research articles, facilitating researchers and academicians.

The agencies will work in three disciplines, education, Pakistani languages and Islamic studies; this was stated by the Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Shahid Siddiqui while addressing a meeting of the university’s officers, arranged by Officers Welfare Association (OWA), a press release said on Wednesday.

This is the singular honour of this mega university, that it has achieved trust and confidence of the HEC that has also awarded them twelve research-based projects.

Out of 17 research journals, published by the university during the last three and half years, one related to Education has recently achieved X-category status, another two got Y-category. Dr Shahid Siddiqui said that they have focused on the development of AIOU as research-based university, getting itself actively engaged in constructing and disseminating knowledge in all disciplines.

About the students’ enrolment, he said it was showing upward trends in the recent years. “We have already crossed the figure of 700,000 students in one semester.”

AIOU was also laying greater focus on the development of human resources, enriching the university with trained staff and technical support. Published in The Express Tribune, April 19th, 2018.
Iqra University handed out masters and PhD degrees in  textile design
Islamabad:19 April: Iqra University (IU) Islamabad Campus Wednesday handed out bachelors, masters and PhD degrees to the students of fashion and textile design, computer sciences, telecommunications, business administration, electronic engineering and social sciences at the Convention Centre, says a press release.

At the ceremony degrees, gold medals and awards were conferred upon as many as 200 graduates of the university. The ceremony was marked with the deep appreciation from teachers, parents and high motivation by the rector.

Senate Chairman Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani was the chief guest on the convocation. The officials of Iqra University including chairman, chancellor, vice chancellor, project director and vice president were also present on the occasion.

A total of 120 bachelors, 61 masters and three PhDs were awarded degrees out of which 16 were gold medallists. At the end of ceremony, Senate chairman addressed the convocation and congratulated all the students and their parents. He terms the graduating students as future leaders of Pakistan.The news.
Education News from Sindh / Child and Youth Financial Literacy Programme
« Last post by sb on April 19, 2018, 11:56:00 AM »
Child and Youth Financial Literacy Programme
Islamabad:19 April: An event, hosted by the State Bank of Pakistan, for their ‘Child and Youth Financial Literacy Programme’ (CYFLP) was held at Indus University, Karachi and attended by eminent professionals from academia, financial sector and private sector and key officials from the public sector, says a press release issued here.

The CYFLP is a nationwide pilot project, being implemented by Enclude, an international advisory firm, under the umbrella of the ‘National Financial Literacy Programme’ (NFLP) sponsored by the State Bank of Pakistan. The programme seeks to empower children and youth with skills and knowledge deemed crucial for sound financial management through participating academic institutions. State Bank of Pakistan’s officials present on the occasion shared State Bank’s vision behind the National Financial Literacy Programme and in particular behind this initiative.The news.
National University of Modern Languages an anti-corruption walk
Islamabad:19 April: Department of Governance and Public Policy of National University of Modern Languages (NUML) organised an anti-corruption walk from university to ATV centre here on Wednesday.

Dean faculty of management sciences Brig (r) Dr Maqsoodul Hassan, Head of department GPP, faculty members and dozens of students participated in thewalk, a press release said.The participants were holding posters and chanting anti-corruption slogans.

The walk was organised to create awareness about the perils of corruption and how corrupt practices are affecting the society.Speaking on the occasion Dr Maqsoodul Hassan, dean faculty of management sciences of National University of Modern Languages said that all segments of society will have to join hands to eradicate the menace of corruption in society.

He said that general public, representatives of media, government employees and students were required to play their role and extend help for the elimination of corruption from society.They should point out corruption wherever they noticed it so that timely action could be taken against the culprits.The news.
Education News in Punjab / Punjab Professors Association marched from MAO College
« Last post by sb on April 19, 2018, 11:48:33 AM »
Punjab Professors Association marched from MAO College
LAHORE:19 April: College professors vowed to continue their protest, saying that they will not budge an inch from their camps set up outside Punjab Civil Secretariat until negotiations with the Punjab Higher Education Department (PHED) bear fruit, on Wednesday.

The teachers, under the umbrella of the Punjab Professors and Lecturers Association (PPLA), marched from MAO College to the civil secretariat.  The protesters raised slogans against the policies of PHED and demanded that that recent legislation adopted by the department be reversed.

The teachers had demanded that HED notify the protesters of those demanded that would be enforced immediately.

But we have yet to receive any word from officials, said PPLA spokesperson Hasan Rasheed.

We will continue the protest until our demands are met, he added.

Punjab government finally decides to appoint VCs

PPLA demanded that college teachers be upgraded one-step, be given pay protection and be afforded professional allowances. Further, they asked for the implementation of timescale promotions, the devolution of powers, the restoration of MPhil and PhD allowances and an end on the ban for study leaves for teachers.

House requisition should be given Punjab teachers, similar to that given by the federal government. They also demanded that academics be appointed to chairmen posts instead of commissioners. Moreover, the recently adopted rationalization policy of the government should immediately cease, they said.

Negotiations were held between the teachers and government officials; however, they were unable to convince the protesters to end the sit in.

Meanwhile, the Punjab Teachers’ Union (PTU), the representative body of schoolteachers, has announced that they will join the protesting college teachers from Friday.
Published in The Express Tribune, April 19th, 2018.
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