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Education News from Khyber-Pakhtoonkhwa / Students of Mardan college demand building
« Last post by sb on January 20, 2019, 12:57:03 PM »
Students of Mardan college demand building
MARDAN:January 20: The students of Mardan Postgraduate College staged a protest against Abdul Wali Khan University administration for not handing over the building of the college to the college management.
The protest rally was organised by Muttahida Talaba Mahaz, a union of different student organisations of the college, outside the Mardan Press Club. The rally, led by Mohammad Abbas Khan, Hamid Khan, Shabir Khan, Shahzad Khan, Amanat Khan, Yasar Khan and others, blocked Shamsi Road in front of the press club for several hours.
The protesters chanted slogans against the Awkum vice-chancellor. Addressing the rally, the student leaders said the university was started in the building of Government Postgraduate College during the Awami National Party (ANP)-led provincial government in 2009.

They added that later the university was shifted to the newly constructed site in Sheikh Maltoon town. They said now the authorities should hand over the building to the college as the university has got its own space in Sheikh Maltoon. They said that the college students are facing problems of space for laboratories, hostel and other facilities.The news.
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Prof Dr Sayed Amjad Hussain delivers lecture at Peshawar Museum
PESHAWAR:January 20: The Victoria Memorial Hall of the Peshawar Museum was once again the venue for a spellbinding lecture by known writer Professor Dr Sayed Amjad Hussain.

This was the third yearly lecture in which the speaker walked the audience through 5,000 years of recorded history stretching between Attock and Peshawar - a physical journey of mere 80 kilometers - in an area steeped in rich history.

The event was organised by Creative Co and Peshawar Readers Club with the collaboration of Department of Archaeology and Museums, KP.
The speaker said Jahangira, Akora Khattak, Nowshera, Pir Pai, Pabbi are well-known wayside stops that punctuate the passage from Attock to Peshawar. All these towns played a part in the drama that has been unfolding for many millennia.
The bigger arena and the big stage, however, was Peshawar where the remote ancient past meshes seamlessly with the immediate past and the present to form a mosaic that is intriguing and fascinating. King Kanishka, the Afghan Durranis, Raja Ranjit Singh and the British still cast a long shadow over the city, added the scholar from Peshawar who is based in the United States.

He said this fertile land has produced poets and artisans, warriors and rulers. Some of them wrote history with the point of their swords whereas others used pen and ink. “ All of them have left fascinating stories and intriguing fables in their wake. The muffled echoes of their passage can still be heard in the labyrinthine alleys of the old walled city and the craggy defiles of the Khyber Pass,” he added.

Starting from the Aryan invasion onwards, Dr Amjad pointed out significance of Attock. Olaf Caroe, author of The Pathans, equated the feelings of a traveller entering into KP with the British returning home viewing the Cliffs of Dover.

He said Panini, the famous grammarian and mathematician hailed from Chota Lahor (in Swabi) and India issued a stamp to commemorate him while it was a pity that the present country of his birth had forgotten him.

Dr Amjad said a plaque of a well found near Taxila bore an inscription in Hindko which established the ancient origins of the language which has an identity of its own.

The speaker narrated the story of North Western Railways of British India and explained how the steam locomotives were first shipped on boats across the Indus River. The line was extended from Attock to Peshawar and the old iron girder bridge was built in 1883, he said.

The town of Jahangira, according to him, was historically a boat maker’s town and its boats were in use as far down in places like Sukkar since the time immemorial.

The town of Akora Khattak, he pointed out, was associated with many significant personalities. Khushal Khan Khattak, the warrior poet during Mughal times, to Maulana Samiul Haq , head of Darul Uloom Haqqania, in recent times. These personalities shaped significant trends in this part of the world, he said.

The speaker then dwelt at length about the events and personalities of Sikh period from 1818 - 1849 during which three major battles were fought for invasion of Peshawar.

The town of Pir Pai, according to him, was known for nurturing talent, doctors, generals, scholars and sages. He mentioned two contrasting personalities, Gul Hamid, an actor whose career was cut short by a fatal illness and Maj-Gen Naseerullah Babar.

Gor Khatri excavation, he said, it established Peshawar’s chronological age and the excavation pit owed its existence due to the research and interest by late archaeologist Farzand Khan Durrani.

He recounted times when Avitabile, a ruthless Italian governor appointed by Ranjeet Singh administered Peshawar. His name made into local folklore as “Abu Tabela” and mothers used to frighten their children long after his era.

The speaker stressed on the importance of Panj Teerath archaeological site and hailed the KP government for declaration it as National Heritage.

The speaker donated a print of a special painting that was commissioned by him by an American artist. The painting showcases three important landmarks of Peshawar, as they existed many centuries ago: the Kanishka Stupa (8th wonder of the ancient world) and Gor Khatri and Peepal Tree mentioned in the memoirs of Chinese pilgrims.

The event was attended by history and cultural buffs who asked questions in the Q&A session. In the end a resolution was adopted that asked the government to honour Dr Sayed Amjad Hussain with the civil award.The news.
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Education News from Sindh / Alumni resolve to protect QAU land
« Last post by sb on January 20, 2019, 12:55:25 PM »
Alumni resolve to protect QAU land
Islamabad :January 20: The participants of dialogue on land issue of Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU) have resolved to protect every inch of QAU land and no compromise till the handing over of 1,709 acres and removal of complete encroachments over 298 acres of QAU land.
The activity was organised by Quaid-i-Azam University Alumni Association at QAU. The event was well attended by the senior Quaidians, members of Joint Action Committee (JAC), faculty, officers, employees and students. After reviewing the recent developments regarding anti-encroachment drive on land of QAU, it was also unanimously resolved that no compromise would be made over prestige of QAU, top ranked federal university. During the interactive dialogue, it was apprised that QAU administration made full payment of 1709 Acres land to Capital Development Authority many decades ago which was admitted by the CDA in its formal reply at Supreme Court of Pakistan and reconciled in writing during latest meeting held between QAU management and Capital Development Authority officials.

It was also informed that National Assembly Standing Committee on Federal Education and Professional Education in its meeting held on 30th May, 2018 directed QAU administration to ensure removal of illegal encroachments over its land through issuing evacuation notices with a clear-cut deadline, disconnection of utilities of illegal inhabitants and evacuation of area from illegal occupants. The recent anti- encroachment drive is in accordance with the directives of the standing Committee as well.

The panellists of the dialogue included President QAU Alumni Association Sikandar Ahmed Rai, President Academic Staff Association, senior scientist and analysts Dr. Parvez Hoodbhoy, President Academic Staff Association QAU Dr. Aqeel Bukhari, senior scientist and former first elected President of QAU students union Dr. Muhammad Sohaib, former Advisor Higher Education Commission Talat Khurshid, Secretary General QAU Alumni Association Murtaza Noor, Project Director QAU and Focal Person Bakhat Rehman, Qari Yasin Vice President Officers Welfare Association. The meeting also demanded to the Prime Minister of Pakistan that as per commitment of federal government, the anti-occupation drive should continue till the last inch of QAU encroached land is physicality restored to the university administration according to scientifically done demarcation of land by Survey of Pakistan in its report prepared in 2017.The news.
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Universities In Punjab / Punjab University MA Urdu result
« Last post by sb on January 20, 2019, 12:53:33 PM »
Punjab University MA Urdu result
LAHORE :January 20: Punjab University has declared results of MA Urdu part-I annual examination 2018, MA Islamic Studies part-I annual examination 2018 and MSc Chemistry part-I annual examination 2018. Detailed results are available on PU website.The news.
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Universities In Punjab / Punjab University exam schedule
« Last post by sb on January 20, 2019, 12:52:44 PM »
Punjab University  exam schedule
LAHORE :January 20: Punjab University has issued schedule for submission of admission forms for MA/MSc part-I supplementary examination 2018.
The last date for submission of admission forms for late college/ private candidates is January 31.
Further details are available on PU website.The news.
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طلباء کے حقوق پر کوئی سمجھوتہ نہیں کریں گے،بی ایس او پجار
کوئٹہ : بلوچ اسٹوڈنٹس آرگنائزیشن پجار کے وائس چیئرمین زبیر بلوچ ،صوبائی جنرل سیکرٹری ابرار بلوچ ،کرم بلوچ اور دیگر نےکہاہے کہ بلوچ اور بلوچستان کے تعلیمی ،علمی ،سیاسی ،ادبی ،سماجی اور نظریاتی حوالے سے طلباء کو تیار کرنے کی ضرورت ہے ،
بلوچستان کے تمام اجتماعی مفادات کو اپنے پروگرام میں شامل کرکے جدوجہد جاری رکھیں گے، المیہ یہ ہے کے تعلیمی ادارے جہاں طلباء کےمسائل حل کرنے کی بجائے طلباء کو زہنی ٹارچر کیا جارہا ہے ۔طلباء کو نظریاتی طور پر تیار کرنے کے لیے ہمیں مطالعہ کلچر کو فروغ دینے کی ضرورت ہے ،
بی ایس او پجار کے پولیٹکل لائن درست اور واضع ہے، بلوچ نیشنلازم کی سوچ و فلسفہ کو اپناتے ہوئے بلوچ طلباء کے اجتماعی مفادات کا دفاع کریں گے۔ انہوں نے کہا کہ طلباء کے حقوق کے لیے کسی قسم کا سمجھوتہ نہیں کریں گے۔
بلوچستان کے زیادہ علاقے جہاں تعلیمی ادارئے مسائلستان کے گڑھ بن چکے ہیں ۔بولان میڈیکل کالج کے ہاسٹلز کو میرٹ کی بنیاد پر الاٹ کیا جائے۔
حوالہ: یہ خبر روزنامہ جنگ کوئٹہ ایڈیشن میں مورخہ 20 جنوری ، 2019ء کو شائع ہوئی
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فزیکل کیمسٹری سنٹر پشاور یونیورسٹی میں مشترکہ ریسرچ سیمینار کا انعقاد
پشاور : فزیکل کیمسٹری سنٹر پشاور یونیورسٹی کے زیر اہتمام یونیورسٹی کے آفس آف دی ریسرچ اینوویشن اینڈ کمرشلائزیشن (اوریک)پاسٹک اور ائی پی او کے اشتراک سے ریسرچ سیمینار منعقد ہوا ۔
جس میں مختلف شعبہ جات کے اساتذہ اور ریسرچ سکالرز نے شرکت کی۔ سیمینار سے ڈین ڈاکٹر بشیر احمد ‘سنٹر کے ڈائریکٹر ڈاکٹر عبدالنعیم خان پرووسٹ بیف اﷲ پاسٹک کی غزالہ علی کان ظہور احمداورڈاکٹر ضیاءعبید نے خطاب کیا۔
حوالہ: یہ خبر روزنامہ جنگ پشاور ایڈیشن میں مورخہ 20 جنوری ، 2019ء کو شائع ہوئی
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خیبرمیڈیکل یونیورسٹی نے پی ایچ ڈی کے داخلوں کا اعلان کردیا
پشاور :خیبرمیڈیکل یونیورسٹی نے پی ایچ ڈی پروگرام کے داخلہ شیڈول کا اعلان کردیا۔ ڈائریکٹر ایڈمشن کے اعلامیہ کے مطابق داخلہ فارم جمع کرنے کی آخری تاریخ 28جنوری مقرر کی گئی ہے ٹیسٹ اور انٹرویوز 30جنوری کو ہونگے۔ میرٹ لسٹ 31جنوری کو جاری ہوگی‘ کلاسز کاآغاز 4فروری 2019ءکوکیاجائیگا۔
حوالہ: یہ خبر روزنامہ جنگ پشاور ایڈیشن میں مورخہ 20 جنوری ، 2019ء کو شائع ہوئی
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انٹر ضمنی امتحانات کے رزلٹ کارڈ جاری
ملتان : تعلیمی بورڈ ملتان نے انٹر کے ضمنی امتحانات کے امیداروں کے رزلٹ کارڈ جاری کردیئے ۔
اس سلسلے میں جاری مراسلے میں کہاگیاہے کہ ریگولر امیدوار کے کارڈ ان کے اداروں کو جبکہ پروائیویٹ امیدواروں کو فراہم کردہ ایڈریس پر ارسال کردیئےگئے ہیں جن امیدواروں کو 20جنوری تک کارڈ نہ ملے
 تو28جنوری تک بغیر فیس کے زرلٹ کارڈ وصول کرسکتے ہیں جس کے بعد فیس کی ادائیگی کرکے رزلٹ کارڈ وصول کیا جاسکے گا۔
حوالہ: یہ خبر روزنامہ جنگ ملتان ایڈیشن میں مورخہ 20 جنوری ، 2019ء کو شائع ہوئی
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نیشنل یونیورسٹی آف مارڈن لینگویجز ملتان میں سالانہ ڈنر
ملتان: نیشنل یونیورسٹی آف مارڈن لینگویجز ملتان کیمپس کے طلبہ وطالبات اور اساتذہ کرام کے لئے سالانہ ڈنر کا اہتمام لاہور لیب کے تعاون سے اور حرمین ایڈورٹائزنگ کے باہمی اشتراک سے کیا گیا۔
 پروگرام کے دوران طلبہ وطالبات کے مختلف ٹیبلوز بھی پیش کئے۔ پروگرام کے مہمان خصوصی
ملتان کیمپس کے ریجنل ڈائریکٹر برگیڈئیر(ریٹائر) سید ندیم الاحسن ترمذی تھے ۔تقریب میں ڈپٹی ڈائریکٹر کرنل (ریٹائرڈ) محمد سلیم، مینجمنٹ سائنسز ڈیپارٹمنٹ کی سربراہ ڈاکٹر زہرہ بھٹہ، انگلش ڈیپارٹمنٹ کے سربراہ ڈاکٹر اکبر ساجد، سینئر پروفیسر سعید احمد کھاکھی، رائو اکمل علی، محسن علی خان اور دیگر نے بھی شرکت کی۔ آخر میں اچھی کارکردگی دکھانے والوں میں تحائف اور انعامات بھی تقسیم کئے گئے۔
حوالہ: یہ خبر روزنامہ جنگ ملتان ایڈیشن میں مورخہ20 جنوری ، 2019ء کو شائع ہوئی
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