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Chinese Universities will facilitate the Pakistani students

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article image Zhao Lijian, deputy chief of Mission at Embassy of the People’s Republic of China, has said that the Chinese universities will facilitate the Pakistani students to acquire education in different fields in Chinese universities while addressing the certificate-awarding ceremony after inaugurating the Huawei Authorized Information and Network Academy (HAINA) at the Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute […]…Read More

Pakistani students prepare for a semester at American Universities

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PR:  American Ambassador David Hale congratulated 111 Pakistani undergraduate students who have been selected to participate in the Spring 2018 U.S. government-funded Global Undergraduate Exchange Program (Global UGRAD) during a pre-departure orientation session in Islamabad.  Since Global UGRAD’s launch in 2010, approximately 1,500 Pakistani students have participated in the program, which allows students to spend […]…Read More

Only 16 Universities in Pakistan offers facilities to disabled students

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Around 3.3 million individuals in Pakistan have minor or real inabilities; however out of aggregate 188 public-private area Universities in the Country, just 16 of them are giving extraordinary offices to incapacitated understudies at a more elevated amount of training. While just two Universities including Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) and Quaid-I-Azam University (QAU) Islamabad […]…Read More

UVAS ranked in top Asian universities

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The University of Veterinary & Animal Sciences (UVAS), Lahore with its marvelous history of 135 years of excellence, is now positioned among 301-350 top Asian Universities as per QS Asia University Ranking 2018. This institution has already been ranked by Higher Education Commission (HEC), Islamabad in top ten universities of Pakistan. The QS Ranking system evaluated […]…Read More

HEC and Gambian universities agreed on 20 training programmes

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The Higher Education Commission (HEC) has offered 20 training programmes for faculty of Gambian universities to be organized during the next couple of years. Dr. Mukhtar Ahmed Chairman HEC had a meeting with a delegation from Gambia at the Commission Secretariat and made this offer. Yaya Sireh Jallow, vice-minister/ permanent secretary; Samba Sowe, Senior Science, […]…Read More

HEC stopped universities to academic irregularities from giving admissions

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Higher Education Commission (HEC) has stopped 4 universities from giving admissions to students in any degree program in the red to academic irregularities and mismanagement and non-compliance even with constant reminders to justify the deficiencies. Their sub-campuses, branches, or affiliated colleges along with main campus are not permitted to admit students in any programme. The […]…Read More

Appointment of VCs for nine KP universities suffers more delay

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STAFF REPORT PSR: The process of appointment of full-time vice chancellor of nine public sector universities of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa may suffer more delay due to reservations about qualification of some final candidates. It is learned that Pervez Khattak Chief Minister KP has returned the summary to Higher Education Commission (HEC) to submit separate case for each universities. The candidates for University of Engineering and Technology (UET), Peshawar, and Technology University, Nowshera…Read More

NUST stands among worlds top 150 young universities

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article image STAFF REPORT LHR: The NUST stands among the top world 150 young universities in a ranking unveiled by The Times Higher Education (THE). The ranking of the world’s top universities, under 50 years of age has École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, founded in 1969 in Switzerland, at the top spot. NUST, founded in 1991, has 9,808 students with a 7.8 student-staff ratio. Of its total enrollment, three percent of the students are international whereas female-male ratio is 27:73…Read More

HEC mulls to speed up innovation in universities

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article image STAFF REPORT ISB: The Higher Education Commission (HEC) Innovation Steering Committee has suggested engaging with senior management of universities to improve output of their Offices of Research, Innovation and Commercialisation (ORICs). The meeting chaired by HEC Innovation Steering Committee Chairman Imtiaz Rastgar discussed at length the monitoring and evaluation process, development of success parameters and outreach and marketing strategy for startup businesses in universities…Read More