Category Archives: Queen Mary College QMC Lahore Pakistan

Lahore: Queen Mary College QMC building to be conserved

Lahore: Queen Mary College QMC building to be conserved Lahore: Queen Mary College’s Board of Governors has decided hiring services of archaeologists for conserving the college building that attaches historical significance due to its Anglo-Saxon architecture. A QMC’s BoG meeting chaired by Punjab Education Minister Rana Mashhood Ahmad decided to hold a supplementary test for those […]

Queen Mary College Lahore QMC raises tuition fee by 10pc

Queen Mary College Lahore QMC raises tuition fee by 10pc Lahore: The Board of Governors of the Queen Mary College Lahore has approved increase in the annual tuition fee from Rs6,000 to Rs6,600 per annum here on Monday. The additional income to be yielded through the increase in fee would be utilized for expenditure on the […]

Queen Mary College QMC Lahore boarders complain of poor hostel services

Queen Mary College QMC Lahore boarders complain of poor hostel services   LAHORE, March 2: A number of boarders at the Queen Mary College hostel complain of poor quality mess, sanitation and a show of discrimination by the administration on certain occasions. The hostel and college administration, however, dismiss the complaints. Students informed Dawn the hostel […]

Sports Day 2012 at Queen Mary College QMC Lahore Pakistan

Sports Day 2012 at Queen Mary College QMC Lahore Pakistan January 30, 2012        

Govt for better sports facilities for girls: Maryam – Queen Mary College QMC Lahore Pakistan

Govt for better sports facilities for girls: Maryam Nawaz – Queen Mary College QMC Lahore Pakistan LAHORE – Maryam Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday asked the students to join her in working for the betterment of women in the province, adding that the government was doing its best to provide sports facilities to girls. Addressing the Queen Mary College […]

‘Varsity status to Queen Mary College Lahore after meeting requirements’

‘Varsity status to Queen Mary College Lahore after meeting requirements’           Thursday, January 05, 2012 Provincial Minister for Education Mian Mujtaba Shuja-ur-Rehman on Wednesday gave an assurance in the Punjab Assembly that they were meeting all requirements to give Queen Merry College the status of a university.He was responding to queries […]

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