Engineering in Pakistan is not just a field of study, it is a life changing dilemma for people. In this country, the idea of going into a profession is either medicine or become an engineer. Many students in Pakistan look forward to becoming successful engineers but a few succeed and become one. In a country like Pakistan there are no long list of engineering universities rather, a few offer this specialization in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Civil Engineering, Software Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering, Telecommunication Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Textile Engineering and many other Fields of Engineering.
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The Lahore High Court on Wednesday directed the University of Health Sciences (UHS) to hear the point of view of the students and decide the dispute about the syllabus for National Medical & Dental College Admission Test (NMDCAT).
Petitioners’ counsel Adeel Mumtaz argued that the new syllabus issued by the Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) was against section 18 of its own law-Pakistan Medical Commission Act 2020. He asked the court to direct the PMC to conduct the NMDCAT according to the syllabus of UHS or common syllabus as previously announced by the commission or reasonable time be given to the petitioners to give the test as per the new course.
The Punjab government has reportedly decided to regularize all contract teachers from across the province. More than 11,000 male and female teachers will be made permanent employees.
According to media reports, the Department of Schools Education has forwarded a summary to the provincial cabinet in this regard.
In view of the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic, the Vice-Chancellors (VCs) of all the public and private universities have requested the government to provide a special package for universities to enable them to implement the required SOPs effectively and prevent outbreaks on campuses.
The university heads met online to review the compliance of ‘COVID-19 health and safety protocols’ and share the best practices introduced for the safety of students, faculty, and staff against the spread of COVID-19 at their institutions.