FCC students participate in Inter-Divisional Youth Festival 2014

FCC students participate in Inter-Divisional Youth Festival 2014

FCC students participate in Inter-Divisional Youth Festival 2014

FCC students participate in Inter-Divisional Youth Festival 2014

Students from FCC participated in the opening ceremony of the Inter-Divisional Youth Festival 2014. A Guinness World Record was broken for the largest number of people waving flags at this occasion at the National Hockey Stadium on Saturday 1 March 2014. More than 60,000 students from different educational institutions took part in setting the record.

EES volunteers at LLF 2014 Ewing English Society (EES), Forman Christian College

EES volunteers at LLF 2014 Ewing English Society (EES), Forman Christian College

EES volunteers at LLF 2014 Ewing English Society (EES), Forman Christian College

EES volunteers at LLF 2014 Ewing English Society (EES), Forman Christian College

The Ewing English Society (EES), Forman Christian College was part of a three day Lahore Literary Festival that took place on 21, 22 and 23 February 2014. A total of 40 volunteers were a part of this event. The event in itself was a celebration of Lahore culture in terms of literature, history, politics, art, architecture, journalism and education. The advisor of EES, Ms Jacqoline J. Austin remainedpart of the event by attending it all three days and appreciated her society’s volunteers. The speakers at LLF included Kamila Shamsie (renowned writer), Jugnu Mohsin (Journalist), Aitzaz Hassan (Politician), Hugh Eakin (Critic), Mohsin Hamid (writer) and about a hundred more. The volunteers were kept on their feet by the steady attendance of the audience. However, all the sweat and cramps paid off against its being an educational experience and a chance to be a responsible representative of FCC. The entire organizational structure of LLF was based on volunteers which made FCC’s contribution even more essential and special.

The Lahore Literary Festival ‘14 was also special because was one of the sponsors for the event. We believe that this representation will lay the foundation of a long standing and prosperous relationship with the organizing body of the Lahore Literary Festival, and for this purpose Ewing English Society was given the responsibility to recruit and train especially suited people living upto FCC’s and EES’s high standards. The event was also attended by the Rector, Dr James Tebbe and his wife, Mrs Beth Tebbe.
The volunteers enjoyed the Kathak performance by Nahid Sidiiqui and Sachal Orchestra on the first and second day of the event. The students were really delighted to bepart of such an awesome event. This stupendous event revived the spirit of great honor and pride in our cultural heritage and we are really looking forward to LLF’15!

Tree Czars hold Tree Plantation Ceremony – Forman Christian College FCC University FCCU Lahore

Tree Czars hold Tree Plantation Ceremony  - Forman Christian College FCC University FCCU Lahore

Tree Czars hold Tree Plantation Ceremony  - Forman Christian College FCC University FCCU Lahore

Tree Czars hold Tree Plantation Ceremony – Forman Christian College FCC University FCCU Lahore

A tree plantation ceremony was arranged by Tree Czars and the Earth Watch Club on 26 February 2014. FCC Rector Dr James Tebbe planted “Magnolia grandiflora” a large, broad-leafed evergreen tree which is known for its medicinal values and producing essential oil.

Dr Rehan Siddiqi (Adviser Tree Czar), Ms Umarah Mubeen (Adviser, Earth Watch Club), Dr Mian Wajahat Hussain (Chairman, Biological Sciences Department), Dr Kauser Abdulla Malik, Mr Shah Nawaz Cheema and many other faculty members and students graced the ceremony. The Forestry department contributed to the decoration of the FCC campus. District Forest Officer, Dr Akmal was also present on this occasion.

Forman Christian College celebrated its 150th Birthday

Forman Christian College celebrated its 150th Birthday

Forman Christian College celebrated its 150th Birthday

Forman Christian College celebrated its 150th Birthday

Forman Christian College celebrated its 150th Birthday in an informal ceremony on 3 March 2014.  The ceremony started off with a performance by the Azad Kashmir regiment brass band, followed by performances by Ali Mazhar and his band mates and The Three Musketeers. The FCC birthday cake was cut by FCC Rector, Dr James Tebbe, his wife, Mrs Beth Tebbe, former FCC Rector, Dr Peter Armacost and his wife, Dr Mary-Linda Armacost. Cupcakes were distributed among the guests which included students and staff and faculty members. A special performance by Goonga Sain and his band was a highlight of the evening. The Student Affairs department would like to give a huge and heartfelt thank you to the Communications and Advancement Offices for their invaluable help in the organizing and sponsorship of the 150th Birthday Party. We could not have done it without you! Also, special thanks to the History, Psychology and Rotaract societies for their part in putting this all together.

Forman Christian College celebrated its 150th Birthday

Forman Christian College celebrated its 150th Birthday

Cash-strapped Dawood University of Engineering Technology (DUET) unable to get PEC declaration

Cash-strapped Dawood University of Engineering Technology (DUET) unable to get PEC declaration

Karachi: Due to the Higher Education Commission’s (HEC) negligence in providing financial assistance, Dawood University of Engineering Technology (DUET) has failed to get declaration from the Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC) for the past one year.

The Sindh government has given university status to Dawood College of Engineering and Technology in 2012 but the PEC has not recognised it as an engineering degree-awarding institute so far because it does not meet the set standards. The situation has resulted in insecurity among the enrolled students of the academy. A student, Ali Shahan, said, “Since I have got admission here, I have to complete my degree here, but the university has not got declaration from the PEC so far, which is a cause for concern whether my educational years will be wasted.” He said all his classmates were also troubled over this.

Criticising the government, he said, “The government should not give status of university to any college without facilitating it with required requirements.” Shahan further asserted that he heard similar kind of issues about other colleges which have been declared as universities in 2012. In this regard, DUET Vice Chancellor Dr Faizullah Abbasi said, “The university is suffering a financial crisis due to nonpayment of any grant from HEC throughout the year.” He said that lack of funds are creating hurdles, particularly in hiring PhD faculty.

“To get a declaration from PEC, a university must have PhD faculty, whereas, financial situation is not allowing to meet with the required standards,” Abbasi said, adding that with its own efforts to overcome the situation the university has hired some qualified PhD professors through the money which university earns from self-finance seats. “There are many issues but our first priority is to get declaration from the PEC,” he reiterated.

The DUET VC added: “We are facing a situation in which resources are scarce and we have to meet the high standards of a university.”

Students pay ‘Rs5m in fees for fake exam

Students pay ‘Rs5m in fees for fake exam

Karachi: Grade-six girl students of all government schools in Karachi took a “fake” exam on Tuesday. What’s more, each of them paid at least Rs50 for it.

In a bizarre development in the education department, only girl students of public schools were asked to take a centralised citywide compulsory exam, which began on Monday, for a fee between Rs50 and Rs100.

After uproar in the media, no exam was held on Wednesday. Under the supervision of Director Schools Niaz Laghari, a three-member inquiry committee has been formed to investigate the matter.

The source of all this commotion is allegedly Neelofer Ali, the district officer for girls’ secondary and higher secondary schools, who “embezzled an estimated Rs5 million through this illegal move”. Over 100,000 girls took the exams.

As a general rule, exams in schools are conducted by the respective principals. It is not conducted at a massive level like the board exams, in which the ninth- and 10th-grade students have to appear. A copy of an exam paper available with The News states that the exam was made compulsory by the director secondary school. However, his name has been wrongly used, claim officials in the education department.

“It was decided that no centralised exams will be held this year. I don’t understand under what ruling these exams were held for girls in grade six,” said Hamid Karim, the director academics & training in the education department.

Abdur Rehman, the chairman of Taleem Bachao, a watchdog for the education department, said: “If the exam was compulsory, why did only girls appear for it? Why were no boys assessed for their aptitude?”

After the passage of Article 25A, free and compulsory education for children between the ages of five and 16 is a duty of the state. Students enrolled in public schools are to receive free of charge books and other facilities.

In a meeting held last week by Education Minister Nisar Khuhro, it was decided that annual exams were to be held from March 1. But this particular exam was held in February. When Neelofer Ali was contacted, she denied taking any money from students. “No one took any money. The exam went as they go every year. The media and officials in the education department are trying to blackmail me.”

However, a school principal who received a phone call from Neelofer Ali’s secretary prior to the exams, admitted that students were asked to pay Rs50 each for the exam. “I have been the principal since 2006, and this is the first time the students have been asked to pay for a centralised exam in grade six. I refused to pay this amount, as this money was a form of extortion from poor children.”

University of Karachi secures first position in environmental management

University of Karachi  secures first position in environmental management

Karachi: University of Karachi has succeeded to get first position in the competition of ‘Environmental Management System’ in ‘Natural Carnival’ organised by WWF-Pakistan at PAF Museum, here on Monday. The carnival provides the platform for the students to display their projects and activities to conserve the nature and natural resources. In continuation of present success, Institute also won prizes in the last year carnival. There was an overwhelming participation of students from educational institutions of Karachi in the carnival. In another event, organised by Pakistan Red Crescent Society, Sajida Khalid got award of best participant of Project Development Competition and Nazia Mughal awarded best volunteer in the event of International Volunteer Day- 2013.

Sindh Agriculture University Tandojam (SAU) VC resigned

Sindh Agriculture University Tandojam (SAU) VC resigned

Hyderabad: Faculty of agricultural engineering Dean Prof Dr Muhammad Saffar Mirjat took over the charge of acting vice-chancellor of Sindh Agriculture University Tandojam (SAU) on Tuesday after resignation submitted by Vice Chancellor Dr A.Q. Mughal, says a notification of the Sindh government.

According to a press release issued on Wednesday, newly-appointed vice chancellor Prof Dr Saffar Mirjat vowed to pay special attention to agriculture, other sciences and research. Agriculture education needed a serious attention as it helped in the process of nation building, he said.

Besides the dean of faculty of agricultural engineering, Prof Mirjat had an additional charge of principal of Khairpur College of Agricultural Engineering and Technology.

He has remained visiting professor at University Newcastle upon Tyne, (UK); visiting fellow at University of Arizona, US, and visiting scholar at National University of Ireland Galway.

Dr Mirjat graduated from the SAU in 1981 with distinction and was awarded the Chancellor’s Medal.

Sukkur IBA hosts international moot

Sukkur IBA hosts international moot

Sukkur: Delegates from 11 countries and faculties of the host country attended the inaugural session of the two-day 4th International Conference on Business Management (ICoBM) organised by the Sukkur Institute of Business Administration in collaboration with University of Management and Technology (UMT), Lahore, and Shah Abdul Latif University Khairpur (SALU), Khairpur, in the Sukkur IBA auditorium on Wednesday.

The conference, on ‘Development, competitiveness and innovation’ is aimed at providing a platform to corporate sector leaders and executives, mature academic researchers and research students to share their knowledge in the field of entrepreneurship, business management and globally introduced new products.

The participating countries are the United States, United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates, China, India, Finland, Germany, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, Nepal and Greece.

Prince Hassan Ali Khan, who was the chief guest at the inaugural session, appreciated the Sukkur IBA for providing an opportunity to scholars and experts from a dozen countries to share their knowledge and experience in the corporate sector.

Sukkur IBA director Nisar Ahmed Siddiqui in his welcome address hoped that the conference would greatly help students and the faculties from the developing countries to gain essential knowledge from the experience of their counterparts from the developed states.

IBA Karachi dean and director Dr Ishrat Hussain congratulated the Sukkur IBA for its remarkable achievements within a short period of time.

During various sessions, the delegates presented and discussed 122 research papers on environment management, entrepreneurship, economics, finance etc. Some case studies were also presented and evaluated by observers.

Prof Dr Tayyeb Shabir, Director of the institute of Entrepreneurship at the California State University, USA, discussed small enterprises and sole proprietorship in his country.

The last session of the first day was chaired by COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Lahore, chairman Mehmood A. Bodla.

Shields and souvenirs were presented to all participants Nisar A. Siddiqui.

Mardan to have women university

Mardan to have women university

Mardan: Special assistant to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa chief minister on higher education Mushtaq Ghani has said that a woman university would be established in Mardan.

He said the provincial government had been taking measures to end the prevalent education system, which divided the society into different classes.

Addressing a ceremony in connection with the fifth foundation day of the Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan here the other day, he said the provincial government had planned to give away scholarships to poor bright students.

Mr Ghani said that the government would provide quality education in medical, engineering, law and other professions to create true professionals.

The PTI lawmaker lauded the services of the vice chancellor Professor Ihsan Ali and administration of the Abdul Wali Khan University for establishing its campuses in other districts as well, promotion higher education in the province.

“Keeping in view the PTI chief Imran Khan’s focus on promotion of education in the province, the government has been taking measures to establish colleges and universities in very tehsil of the province,” he said.

Non-Muslim female teachers seek transfer to own areas

Non-Muslim female teachers seek transfer to own areas

Peshawar: The Hindu community has expressed concern over the transfer of female teachers from Peshawar city to rural areas in violation of the government policy and demanded of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa minister for education to take notice of the injustice and transfer the teachers, including those from minorities, to schools in their respective union councils.

All Pakistan Hindu Rights Movement chairman Haroon Sarab Diyal said on Friday that under the government policy – Para VI of the posting/transfer policy of the provincial government SOR-VI/E&AD/I-4/2008/VOI-VII dated 11-9-2009 – the transfers should be made on the basis of domicile and computerised national identity cards, but it was yet to be implemented.

Giving example, he said that a Hindu female teacher of a primary school, Babbly Arzoo w/o Haroon, belonged to union council Bhana Mari, but she had been serving in rural areas of Peshawar since 2010 and now posted at Mattani Girls School No 2, which was a militancy-infested area. He said there were several such other cases, but the women did not want to talk to officials for fear of action.

“We have been requesting the concerned officials of education department and also submitted applications to the office of minister for education time and again, but to no avail,” lamented the movement’s leader.

Mr Diyal appealed to the government to look into the matter of transfer of female teachers, particularly Ms Arzoo, from the hard and volatile area to any government primary school in UC-30.

He said that if the government did not respond to their request they would be left with the only option to move court and challenge all the postings/transfers made from May 2010 to 2014 as it was injustice with the women of minorities and other teachers.

13 University of Peshawar UoP students facing expulsion over violence

13 University of Peshawar UoP students facing expulsion over violence

Peshawar: The University of Peshawar’s 13 students are facing rustication for use of violence against each other on campus. Seven of these students are from the Pakhtun Students Federation (PkSF) and the rest from the Islami Jamiat Talaba (IJT), according to sources in the university. PkSF and IJT are the student wings of the Awami National Party and the Jamaat-i-Islami respectively.

On Feb 4, the PkSF had taken out a walk to mark the Valentine’s Day prompting the IJT to celebrate the day as the Modesty Day. That led to a clash between the two groups on campus. The administration said the IJT activists torched five hostel rooms belonging to PkSF workers on the day, while the PkSF activists retaliated on Monday setting eight hostel rooms of IJT students on fire. When contacted, UoP Provost and secretary of the University Discipline Committee Dr Alam Khan said the charges against the accused were being examined.

“Police are looking into the criminal side of the case, while the university is investigating the disciplinary aspect of the case,” he said. The provost said the administration was in contact with the departments of the students charged with violence. “By Monday, we will get the case reports from police and the departments. Action against the accused will be taken in light of those reports,” he said. According to Dr Alam, students may face disciplinary action, including penalties and expulsion from the university.

He said if convicted, the students could move the appellate committee head by the vice chancellor against the sentence. Sources said all students submitted undertaking at the time of admission that they won’t take part in politics but political activities on campus were rife.

According to them, the four universities, including University of Peshawar, Islamia College University, University of Engineering and Technology, and Agricultural University, had decided to secure the said undertaking from students after the IJT activists killed Adnan Khan, a final-year student of UET, for playing music in hostel in March 2010.

However, they said, the students’ political activities continued without let or hindrance.

The sources said though student politics were banned in the said universities, students got inspiration from teachers, who took out rallies, held elections and organised protests on campus.

They said like students, their teachers too were associated with ANP and JI, which had been using their student wings to serve own interests in universities.

The sources said in presence of the teachers’ association, the administration couldn’t take disciplinary action against students. They said majority of teachers, who were active in university politics, held senior positions and therefore, they protected students belonging to their parties.

The sources said the university administration could easily terminate students if it wanted to do so. “The varsity has to ban teachers’ involvement in politics and once that happens, the student politics will end automatically,” a source said.

The undertaking given by their guardians say all students will abide by the rules and regulations and will not take part in strikes, meetings, social, political, cultural or religious functions, events and gatherings organised by any group of students on campus.

Under it, students can’t display political parties’ badges, pamphlets and other printed materials, and possess daggers, sticks, arms or explosives or any lethal instruments.

The undertaking also disallows students from having unauthorised individuals in their rooms.

And in case of the undertaking’s violation, students will face serious disciplinary proceedings, including penalties and expulsion from the hostel.

The UoP provost said the university had taken action against several students for violating discipline and among them was a student of physics department, who was rusticated for attacking a teacher. He said the hostels had been freed from outsiders and irrelevant people.

“We will continue punishing students violating rules,” he said.

University of Peshawar (UoP) staffers to resist new varsity on botanical garden land

University of Peshawar (UoP) staffers to resist new varsity on botanical garden land

Peshawar: The teaching and non-teaching employees of the University of Peshawar (UoP) on Wednesday strongly reacted to the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government’s decision to allow construction of a public sector university on the

land of its botanical garden in Azakhel, Nowshera, and warned to start agitation if the decision was not reversed.

Speaking at a press conference at Peshawar Press Club, Peshawar University Teachers Association (Puta) president Dr Fazal Nisar said that the botanical garden spread over 677 kanals had been acquired by UoP in 2005 on a lease for 99 years from the provincial government.

He said that the government wanted to give the garden for establishment of a campus of Islamabad-based Air University, but the UoP employees and students would not allow anyone to encroach upon its land.

Dr Nisar was flanked by Federation of All Pakistan Academic Staff Association general secretary Dr Jamil Ahmad and the UoP’s Class-III and IV employees associations’ presidents Muzakar Shah and Imadad respectively.

The Puta president said that the administrative control of the garden was with the UoP as agreement had already been signed by Nowshera district’s former nazim and the UoP vice-chancellor where academic activities were being carried out for last nine years.

He said that even one of the students had completed his PhD working on plants in the botanical garden and many others were busy in research work.

Dr Nisar said that the provincial government had now decided to hand over 300 kanals of the garden to the Air University and another 250 kanals for establishment of a technical university.

He said that if the government implemented the decision the size of botanical garden would shrink to only 100 kanals.

He said that establishment of both universities was against the lease agreement, signed between the then government, district administration and UoP.

He said that the UoP administration had spent Rs37million on development of this internationally ranked botanical park with the support of federal government.

Dr Nisar said that the establishment of universities on the garden’s land was also against the judgments of Supreme Court and international rules.

He said that a general body meeting of the employees would be held on Thursday (today) to decide future line of action for protection of the garden.

He demanded of Chief Minister Pervez Khattak to save the botanical garden and allot land to new universities somewhere else.

A little boy with a high aim in life

A little boy with a high aim in life

Rawalpindi: Passing seven classes – from Grade-V to ‘O’ Level Final – in thirteen months is a tremendous achievement for nine-and-a-half-year-old Rai Haris Manzoor, who has the distinction of passing the ‘O’ Level Examination at such a young age and setting a world record and surprising everyone in Pakistan and abroad.

He passed one class in approximately 55 days on average. Thus, he is the youngest-ever student of the University of Cambridge who has passed the ‘O’ Level Examination at this age thus setting a world record. The ‘O’ Level Examination is conducted in 90 countries through British Council and more than 2 million students appear in it every year. Newton, the famous scientist, also studied at the University of Cambridge.

Rai Haris Manzoor has passed ‘O’ Level Examination with science subjects – Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics. He has also completed ‘Nazra Quran-e-Majeed’ and also memorised the last ‘para’ of Holy Quran at the age of five.

Living in Gulzar-e-Quaid, Rawalpindi, Haris is a cute little boy having a normal physique for a boy of his age, but the effort, interest and dedication towards education he has shown is remarkable, far better than a 17 or 18-year-old, which is the general age of completing ‘O’ Levels Examination. Haris’ weight is 46 kilograms, while Shoaib, his twin brother’s weight is 23 kilograms. Haris plays cricket, plays piano, he is a good shooter and plays with toys. ‘Tom & Jerry’ are his favourite cartoon characters. Hina Dilpazir is his favourite actress, while Faisal Qureshi is his favourite actor. Shahid Afridi is his favourite player.

Following a tight schedule under ‘home studies’ is one of the defining factors for his achievement, but one cannot rule out the interest of his parents who have been consistent in guiding him to achieve the honour.

Haris’ pre-schooling was done at home with constant vigilance of his father, Rai Manzoor Nasir, who is DCO in the Punjab government, and her mother who has done double masters. “He completed Classes III and IV from school and then we managed his studies at home. One basic thing that we strictly followed was that we never pressurised Haris on education. We guided him in studies and set a schedule for his studies. Mornings and evenings were designated for his studies and we gave him two-day relief every week for his hobbies and extra-curricular activities as given in any regular school. The examination pressure is already there but we never pushed him hard for his studies and only used studying techniques and followed the schedule. He studied on his study table placed in his bedroom and on his bed with breaks for his meals and games. It was also our effort that we taught him names of things in three different languages in Urdu, English and Arabic and we saw that he’s good in vocabulary and his faculty of languages and mimicking convinced us that he can do more than a regular student. With this grasping quality, we were highly motivated that he can do wonders in his life. It’s not that nobody can achieve this feat, but one needs to explore and polish the capabilities in oneself. We were fortunate that we not only discovered the qualities in Haris, but were also successful in grooming them,” said Rai Manzoor Nasir.

“Haris’ date of birth is August 16, 2004, and when the result of ‘O’ Levels Examination was announced he was only 9-year-and-5-month old. He cleared the ‘O’ Levels science subjects in B grade and we were thrilled over his achievement at this young age,” Rai Manzoor Nasir said.

Haris wants to become a barrister and help deserving persons by pleading their cases free of charge. He wants to complete Bar-at-Law from the University of London. Till LLB Honours, he’ll be continuing his studies from Islamabad and then he would proceed to London for Bar-at-Law.

Haris urged the government to make arrangements for sending 25 million out-of-school children to schools immediately. He wants from politicians to lay more stress on education and chalk out policies for children who are not attending school. The children drop out from school because of non-availability of teachers and basic infrastructure. Haris also requested students to put their best ability in their studies so that they could be able to do something tangible for Pakistan after completing their studies.

The Mir Khalil-ur-Rehman Foundation (MKRF) awarded a ‘Shabash’ certificate to Haris and almost all political parties appreciated and congratulated him on his achievement. “We are still waiting for the government to acknowledge the little boy’s tremendous achievement who has set a world record at this age,” Rai Manzoor Nasir said.

Fond of French fries and burgers like any typical boy of his, Haris wants to have food of his choice and never compromises on tasty food.

Inquiring about his experience of ‘O’ Levels Examination, Haris said that while giving exams whenever he had to go to the toilet he asked the staff to stand outside the washroom because he was short in height and his hands could not reach the door lock. Other students and examination staff cooperated with him, and even tied his shoe laces so that he might not trip over while walking. When asked from his parents what he wanted after breaking the world record, they said that he demanded a raise in his pocket money. He also wanted total liberty in spending his pocket money on food and choicest of toys for himself without any objection from his parents.

Result of Third Professional MBBS Annual Examination 2013, held in November-December 2013 – University of the Health Sciences UHS Lahore

Result of Third Professional MBBS Annual Examination 2013, held in November-December 2013 – University of the Health Sciences UHS Lahore

Lahore: University of Health Sciences (UHS) on Friday announced the result of Third Professional MBBS Annual Examination 2013 in which the overall pass percentage remained 82.63.

A UHS spokesperson said a total of 3009 candidates of 22 affiliated medical colleges appeared in the exam held in Nov/Dec 2013 out of which 2,483 passed and 522 failed while the result of four candidates would be announced later.

Iqra Arshad of Shalamar Medical and Dental College, Lahore, got first position securing 882/1000 marks.

Khawar Tariq Mehmood of CMH Lahore Medical College, Lahore and Sadaf Faisal Bhopal of Wah Medical College, Wah Cantt, shared second position securing 869/1000 while Zubia Khan of Avicenna Medical College, Lahore, got third position securing 849/1000 marks.

The pass percentage of Nawaz Sharif Medical College, Gujrat, remained 100.

The pass percentage of other colleges is: Allama Iqbal Medical College, Lahore, 89.06 percent, Akhtar Saeed Medical and Dental College, Lahore, 48.98, Avicenna Medical College, Lahore, 90.72, CMH Lahore Medical College, Lahore, 90.63, Central Parks Medical College, Lahore, 90, Continental Medical College, Lahore, 43.30, FMH College of Medicine and Dentistry, Lahore, 83.53, Independent Medical College, Faisalabad, 56.58, Lahore Medical and Dental College, Lahore, 78.35, Multan Medical and Dental College, Multan, 77.27, Nishtar Medical College, Multan, 84.48, Punjab Medical College, Faisalabad, 82.17, Quaid-e-Azam Medical College, Bahawalpur, 81.43, Rawalpindi Medical College, Rawalpindi, 90.55, Services Institute of Medical Sciences, Lahore, 90.60, Shalamar Medical and Dental College, Lahore, 83.13, Sheikh Zayed Medical College, Rahimyar Khan, 88, Sargodha Medical College, Sargodha, 94.17, Sharif Medical and Dental College, Lahore, 82.56, University Medical and Dental College, Faisalabad, 85.71 and Wah Medical College, Wah Cantt, 82.29 percent.

The failed candidates have been advised to submit their admission forms on or before March 25, 2014, as the supplementary examination will commence on April 11, 2014.

PhDs awarded: Government College University (GCU) has awarded three PhD degrees to scholars in the fields of Mathematics and Persian.

According to a press release, Faira Kanwal Janjua and Deeba Afzal completed their theses on the topics of “Classification of Simple Singularities” and “A Classifier for Isolated Complete Intersection Singularities of Modality 1″ respectively under the supervision of Prof Dr Gerhard Pfister.

Babar Naseem Assi was notified as doctor of philosophy in Persian after the approval of his thesis “Tadween-o-Tashi Intqadi Dewan Ratan Singh Zakhmi Ma’a Muqadma-o-Taliqaat” under the supervision of Dr Mazhar Mahmood Sherani.

Result of Third Professional MBBS Annual Examination 2013, held in November-December 2013 - University of the Health Sciences UHS Lahore

Result of Third Professional MBBS Annual Examination 2013, held in November-December 2013 – University of the Health Sciences UHS Lahore