OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - A six-member academic delegation from various Indian universities visited the Punjab University here on Monday. Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran welcomed them at the Centre for Undergraduate Studies. PU Director External Linkages Maria I Maldonado arranged the visit. Speaking on the occasion, Dr Mujahid Kamran said mutual cooperation and increase in people to people contact would help to understand each others viewpoint better and Punjab University was ready to extend its cooperation in every field in this regard. He said the role of a vice-chancellor was like a facilitator and he had done every possible effort in this regard. Talking about circumstances of the region, the Vice-Chancellor said the humanity could not ensure its survival unless the people of world could know the US bankers and rich families who had been enforcing wars on the whole world and wanted One-World government and had a dream of occupying Eurasia. Talking about Pak-India relations, Dr Mujahid Kamran said dialogue was the only way of resolving issues. Giving briefing about the varsity, the VC said the present administration had utilized best resources for academic progress and as a result the academic standard and the varsitys ranking were improved. Representing the delegation, Damanbir Singh Jaspal said academic cooperation between the two countries must be promoted. He said both the countries had similar problems therefore cooperation must be extended in all spheres of life. He said the progress of the region was linked to peace in the territory. Later the delegation visited the Centre for South Asian Studies where the Centres Director Prof Dr Umbreen Javed and faculty members welcomed them. Dr Umbreen Javed gave a detailed briefing about the ongoing academic & research programmes of the Centre. The delegation also visited the University Oriental College where Principal Prof Dr Mazhar Moeen told the delegation about the history, academic and research programmes of the College. The members of the delegation also visited various departments and the libraries. Expressing their views on the occasion, the members of the delegation said they felt immense pleasure to visit Pakistan and especially Punjab University. New date: Punjab University Examinations Department has extended the last date for submission of admission forms & fee for BCom, Part-II, Supplementary Examination 2011 due to Eid holidays. Now the candidates can submit their admission forms & fee till September 15, 2011. resultS: Punjab University Examinations Department has announced the result of BSc Home Economics, Final Year, Annual Exam 2011. The pass percentage in the exam remained 87.66%. Detailed result is also available at PU website www.pu.edu.pk.