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Jobs In Punjab University

Jobs In Punjab University

Shahid | category: Government Jobs in Pakistan

Jobs In Punjab University

Job Titles:

  • Faculty Staff

Location: Lahore, Pakistan

Industry: Punjab University

Positions: 10

Apply Before: 15th May, 2018

Age Limit: 23 to 30 years

Complete Details Punjab University BA/BSc and B.Com Registration for Part 1 Annual Exams 2018

How to Apply?        

You can apply for the Jobs in Punjab University by downloading the application form www.pu.edu.pk/downloads. You need to submit the application along with the attested documents, experience certificate, NIC copy and 3 recent passport size photographs before the 15th May, 2018.

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Jobs In Punjab University

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PU VC introduces reforms to make PU Harvard of the East

PU VC Introduces Reforms to Make PU Harvard of the East

Shahid | category: Education

PU VC Introduces Reforms to Make PU Harvard of the East. Punjab University Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Zafar Moeen Nasir has completed one year of his appointment with introduction of several reforms at academic, financial and administrative levels to make PU ‘Harvard of the East’. Dr Nasir took charge as Vice Chancellor on December 28 with the vision to bring Punjab University among the top 500 universities of the world.

The VC had also expressed his resolve to ensure merit in all the matters and run the university by the book. After taking charge, Dr Nasir chalked out 7 point policy agenda to run the university with special focus on merit, academic audit and decentralization of powers.

Presenting his 7-point plan to run the university affairs in the meeting of deans earlier this year, the VC said that merit would be ensured and transparency would be observed in all the decisions and mechanisms. The VC said that there would responsibility with accountability and those who would be given responsibility would be accountable to their actions. He said that performance based incentives would be provided to the teachers and employees. To ensure quality, the VC said that under the supervision of the vice chancellor, assessment surveys would be conducted at the end of every academic year to audit performance of each academic unit.

The Vice Chancellor also made efforts for the first time to get PU Medical College approved from Punjab Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif. The Chief Minister had also approved 10 new buses for students and establishment of four new hostels and PC-1 has been submitted in this regard. None of the administrations in the past had worked so fast to resolve university issues being faced by the teachers, employees and students. The university has also started various programs of allied health sciences in order to provide the best medical education at affordable price to the students.

The VC started his journey by mentioning “Gateway to Excellence” after reshaping PU’s gate No 2. In order to encourage research activities, the Vice Chancellor enhanced research budget from Rs 120 million to Rs 150 million. The VC also announced a reward of Rs 1 million for the faculty member on publication of his/her research work in gold star journals.

The Vice Chancellor also revamped the examination management system for the first time in PU’s history according to the needs of modern age in order to provide maximum facilities to the students. In this regard, Dr Nasir extended financial and administrative support for launching and implementing PU Examination Management Information System. As per PU VC’s vision, facilitation centre and UAN service were also launched to facilitate students at Department of Examinations. The university also signed an MoU to verify record of the candidates for authentication of credentials regarding identification submitted by the candidates.

Taking a landmark initiative in the history of Punjab University, Dr Nasir announced to introduce Learning Management System in all the teaching departments of the university and the initiative is being tested at various levels to be implemented. The digital system would replace existing obsolete learning system with digitized learning to get optimum learning results. This system would enable students to interact online with the teachers & during the whole academic program.

Punjab Minister for Higher Education Syed Raza Ali Gillani has inaugurated newly-established state-of-the-art research laboratories for research in coal technology, energy and environment engineering at Punjab University Centre for Coal Technology.

The peace efforts initiative by the PU VC also brought fruit and for the first time in the recent past of the university, the admission process was completed with all peace and there was no any quarrel erupted during the admissions. The administration also ensured merit in admission at BS, Master’s, MS/Mphil and PhD levels. The administration had also organized several seminar, talks, workshops etc to create awareness about importance of peace in society and elimination of extremism. Punjab University Institute of Social and Cultural Studies has also launched a comprehensive project to promote narrative of tolerance among students under the title “Let tolerance be our virtue”.

In order to strengthen PhD program, Dr Nasir improved standard of synopsis and thesis at various levels and instructed the supervisors and heads of departments to ensure quality in synopsis of PhD candidates to be presented before Advanced Studies and Research Board (ASRB). The VC also strengthened Quality Enhancement Cell and personally supervised its activities. Dr Nasir also issued instructions to revise curriculum of each academic program in all faculties on modern lines. Punjab University and Arizona State University, USA have also agreed to establish academic writing centre at PU to improve academic writing skills of PU faculty members.

The Vice Chancellor, in order to sensitize university population and create awareness against environment pollution, also launched green campus program and thousands of trees have been planted. On the instructions of the Vice Chancellor, the botanical garden was also renovated.

In order to promote industry-academia linkages, the PU signed 13 international and 21 national memorandums of understandings with well-reputed organizations.

The Vice Chancellor has a vision that the universities must play their role in socio-economic uplift of the society. For this reason, Dr Nasir extended his support for invention and introduction of PU’s drought and disease resistant BT cotton seed, which would contribute at least 4 billion dollars to the country’s economy. The Vice Chancellor also strengthened Office of Research, Innovation and Commercialization to promote university products in the market. Dr Nasir has also inaugurated Pakistan’s first-ever Psychological Trauma Centre at Centre for Clinical Psychology, the first initiative taken by any university for mental treatment of the patients facing psychological problems.

Dr Nasir also encouraged university teachers and employees while giving them promotions to next grade purely on merit basis. The VC convened meetings of Selection Board which brought a wave of joy among the university teachers. The administration also took several initiatives pro-actively to resolve issues of the university teachers. As per PU VC Dr Zafar Moeen Nasir’s initiative to restore Haj and Ummrah scheme for university employees, four university employees from grade 1 to 4 were also selected to perform the religious obligation through draw.

The Vice Chancellor, for the first time in the history of Institute of Islamic Studies, had resolved to provide dedicate building to the institute in early 2017 and later in October, laid foundation stone for the building of the institute.

In order to promote co-curricular and sports activities, the incumbent administration ensured world-class facilities in order to provide the best opportunities to PU students for excelling in competitions. Various national level competitions were also organized in the university to promote healthy activities.

Taking initiative to get benefits of China Pakistan Economic Corridor and counter baseless propaganda, Dr Nasir has established CPEC Study Group. The VC also signed several MoUs to do research on various socio-economic aspects of CPEC.

Dr Nasir also focused on providing best health facilities to PU teachers, employees and students and upgraded Health Centre as teaching hospital and inaugurated Orthopedic Clinic.

In order to provide residential facilities, Dr Nasir inaugurated 48 newly-constructed residential apartments for teachers, administrative officers and other employees at New Campus

The Vice Chancellor also paid special attention to provide better facilities at boys and girls hostels and for the first time, the quality of food has also improved.

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Furniture Sector Can Play Vital Role in Economy If Government Patronizes: FPCCI VP Manzoor

Furniture Sector Can Play Vital Role in Economy If Government Patronizes: FPCCI VP Manzoor

Ram zi | category: Business

Furniture Sector Can Play Vital Role in Economy If Government Patronizes: FPCCI VP Manzoor. Federation of Pakistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) Regional Chairman and  Vice President Manzoor ul Haq Malik Saturday said local furniture sector attached great importance to the national economy and could make a substantial contribution of billions of dollars export annually if the government properly patronizes it on priority for boosting export of Pak-handmade furniture.

He expressed these views here today during his visit to  “9th Interiors Pakistan” exhibition held at Expo center. He appreciated the PFC for holding successful series of interiors Pakistan exhibitions in Karachi, Islamabad and Lahore. He urged the government to establish greater liaison with this sector to fully understand the market conditions and requirements of the industry needs to protect, develop and promote.

He said the government should also provide more visible support to furniture business in terms of simple and easily obtainable grants for exhibiting and travelling to trade shows and promoting Pak export as a success globally. He said currently, the textile sector was the country’s largest industry in terms of exports, exporting $14 billion worth of goods annually.

He said the second largest segment is rice, which generates $2 billion through exports, but Pakistan’s furniture exports stand at a meager $51 million. He said if the government extends its support to furniture companies, the volume of export could touch the figure of $ 5 billion for the next five years. He suggested that a programme for developing and promoting the furniture sector both in rural and urban areas could be feasible, and also stressed upon urgent need for implementing modern techniques which not only enhance productivity, develop skills of labourers and meet requirements of local and global markets.

Senior Vice President Lahore Chamber Khawaja Khawar Rashid during his visit praised the skills of the Pakistani carpenters  and woodworkers for producing world best handmade furniture which he added could generate more revenue and foreign exchange if it is exported.He said there is a vast scope for direct and indirect foreign investment in this  sector as it possess great potential which he observeds still needs to be fully exploited

Mian Rehman Aziz, former  VP and Regional Chairman FPCCI Mian Rehman Aziz said  no one can compete Pakistan in handmade furniture as its quality and designs attract the buyers of all taste irrespective of geographical boundaries. He said that he is regular visitor of this exhibition because different variety of furniture  of all brands  is available under the umbrella  Pakistan Furniture Council.

 A delegation of Women Chamber of Commerce and Industry  headed by its President Falahat Imran and  Punjab University students  from Institute of Communication studies led by Senior Faculty Member Dr.Waqar Ch also visited the all stalls and evinced keen interest and lauded the efforts of PFC for arranging top class expo which they added must be held twice in a year.

Briefing the dignitaries and delegates, Mian Kashif Ashfaq said, “PFC has done a lot to promote interior designers and furniture manufacturers from all over Pakistan, both nationally and internationally. Through these exhibitions the Pakistan Furniture Council has laid the groundwork for furniture related commerce to move forward effectively and expand their market and in turn serve the economy of Pakistan. We are holding multiple exhibitions annually.

He further said with its previous experience, PFC remains one of the most distinctive channels for regional and international companies to penetrate the global market. It is renowned among international buyers for quality, value and wide selection of all types of furniture, he added.

“We are always striving for a higher degree of excellence. But the problem in furniture making is that it is so labor intensive. So our goal with this organization is to show people what we do and why our work is worth what it costs,” Kashif said.

 He said the essence of these exhibitions is to promote the Pakistan-made furniture and associated products at local and international level.

People came with families to look at home furnishings, while professionals arrived to look at innovations in office furniture. Also available were home décor items and bedding. The three-day Expo , which ends on Sunday, gives an opportunity for people to compare and shop at the leisure.

Interiors Pakistan, one of a mega furniture exhibition in the country organized by Pakistan Furniture Council (PFC), continued to attract as many as 60, 000 crowd on its second day hailing from all walks of life a singular platform to promote local furniture industry.

The crowd included massive numbers from Lahore such as corporations, academia, teachers and general public which visited stalls and appreciated the local woodworks.

PFC is  offering  a 20%value back advantage for customers at the Expo.

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HEC-PU National Sports Competition Begins At PU

HEC-PU National Sports Competition Begins At PU

Shahid | category: News

HEC-PU National Sports Competition Begins At PU. National Sports Competition 2017 being jointly organized by Punjab University and Higher Education Commission of Pakistan has begun here at PU New Campus gymnasium on Monday.

Around 1000 players of 100 teams of universities, colleges and schools from different parts of Pakistan are participating in the event. The five-day competitions include hockey, cricket, football, table tennis, volleyball, squash, rowing, basketball, badminton, swimming, athletics, tug-of-war, soft ball and kabaddi. The inaugural ceremony of the competitions was held at gymnasium in which PU Director Sports Dr Zafar Iqbal, Institute of Communication Studies Incharge Dr Noshina Saleem, Assistant Professor Shabbir Sarwar, Deputy Director Sports Zubair Butt, coaches, managers and a large number of players participated in the ceremony. Addressing the ceremony, Dr Zafar Iqbal said that our society lacked healthy sports opportunities but such competitions provided a platform to the players to show their potential. He expressed the hope that our youth would play important role to highlight positive image of the country through sports.

In her address, Dr Noshina Saleem said that a large number of participants from remote areas of the country were giving a good message to show national unity. She said that sports were important part of our life and it was necessary to promote sports in our society for healthy mind and healthy body. She said that sports kept a lot of mental and physical disease away and reduced depression.

Mr Shabbir Sarwar said that sports could play role to eradicate culture of intolerance from our society because sports taught the lesson of winning and losing. He thanked Higher Education Commission Chairman Dr Mukhtar Ahmed and PU Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Zafar Moeen Nasir for extending all-out support for organizing the event. The competitions would continue till December 15.

PU organizes Int’l moot on solid

LAHORE: (Monday, December 11, 2017): The four day international conference on Solid State Physics being organized by Punjab University Centre of Excellence for Solid State Physics has began here at a local hotel on Monday. Dean Faculty of Science Prof Dr Shahid Kamal, Director CSSP Prof Dr Shahzad Naseem, international delegates and researchers from various parts of country participated in the conference. Addressing the inaugural session, Dr Shahid Kamal said that purpose of ICSSP2017 was to bring scientists from different regions together at the same platform and novel ideas in the field of theoretical and experimental research would not only be shared but will also be discussed in detail by the experts. He said that the conference would include talks of invited speakers, technical sessions, poster sessions and discussions with reference to the development of Solid State Physics in the region. Addressing the ceremony, Dr Shahzad Naseem said that young researchers would be the most beneficial community of the conference. He said that they would not only get a chance to present their original work in presence of senior scientists but they would also be able to listen, discuss and get guidance from the field experts coming around the world.

PU declares results

Punjab University Examinations Department has declared the results of Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D) final professional annual examination 2017. Detailed result is also available at PU website www.pu.edu.pk.

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Complete Details Punjab University BA/BSc and B.Com Registration for Part 1 Annual Exams 2018

Sumera Saeed | category: Education

Punjab University has declared the date for the annual exams 2018 for the BA, BSc and B.Com. Punjab University has announced the schedule for the annual examinations 2018 BA, BSc and B.Com part 1.

The student can register themselves for the BA, BSc and B.Com part 1 annual exams 2018 starting from 1st August, 2017.

Here are the complete fee details for the BA, BSc and B.Com part 1 annual exams 2018.

Date: 1st August to 31st October, 2017

Single Fee: Rs.3,230

Fine Along With Fee: Rs.1000 Fine (Rs.4,230 total)

Date: November 1 to 30

Double Fee: Rs.6,460

Date: 1st December to 29th December, 2017

Punjab University Announces Holiday on March 24

Punjab University Announces Holiday on March 24

Sumera Saeed | category: News

Punjab University Announces Holiday on March 24

Punjab University has declared the holiday on 24th March along with 23rd March due to the ongoing tension after the clash between two student groups in the University. The officials of Punjab University issued a notification which reads as the University will remain close on Friday 24th March, 2017.

You can  read the notification below:

Punjab University Announces Holiday on March 24

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