LAHORE – The Punjab University’s College of Information Technology organised a job fair at its campus on Monday. The aim was to provide employment opportunities to IT students. Over 500 students participated in the event and over 200 were interviewed by 22 national- and multi-national companies.
The representatives of the companies also guided the participants about their career and requirements of the market.
seminar: The Punjab University’s Directorate of Students Affairs is organising a programme titled ‘World’s Scenario-Pakistan and Our Responsibilities’ at Faisal Auditorium on Tuesday. UK’s Lord Nazir Ahmad will be the guest speaker while PU VC Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran will preside it over.
results: The Punjab University’s Examinations Department has declared the results of Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm D), third professional, annual exam 2011, held in November 2011 and Bachelor of Education (B. Ed) 2nd annual exam 2010 and 1st annual exam 2011 held in September-October 2011 ; detailed results are also available at PU website
Pakistan’s cure: Punjab University Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran has said that the real purpose of fanning communal disputes was to detract attention from real issues. He was addressing the launching ceremony of the book titled “Wavell and the Last Days of the Raj”. The book is written by Prof Dr Muhammad Iqbal Chawla.
The ceremony was presided over by Justice (R) Dr Javed Iqbal. Former education minister Mian Imran Masood, Dean of the Faculty of Arts Prof Dr Qalb-e-Abid, Dr Farhat Mahmood, faculty members and a large number of students attened it.
Justice (R) Dr Javed Iqbal said that the Hindus always opposed independent state for the Muslims of India and had a biased attitude towards them. He said monarchy was one of the major reasons behind the downfall of the Muslims.
 He said that Pakistan could cope with challenges if it abolished imitative mentality. He advised the students not to be disappointed and use their leadership qualities. Giving brief of the book, Prof
On the occasion, Dr Kamran said that nations who did not study history spent meaningless life. He said that Hinduism was not a religion but was based on caste system which could not see Muslims progressing. He urged the rulers to allocate at least 4 percent of GDP towards education to promote knowledge in country.
 He advised the students of history to have strong grip over their subject and move the country forward on the road to progress.
Dr Iqbal Chawla said that the most important of the three Viceroys, has been sadly neglected. He said that though Wavell was not in favour of India’s division into two countries, he was, however, strongly in favour of the minority rights in India and he wanted to carry it out all by releasing the pent up political energies in India which had been dammed up the British preoccupation with the World War II. He said his support for minority rights brought him into conflict with the overlords of his own establishments, the Officer of the Secretary of State for India, in London. He further said that the Wavell Plan and the follow-up Simla Conference (1945) were all Wavell’s brainchild engaging the Indians in the country’s political process.
He said that a close study of all the important documentary collections concerning the Indian affairs reveals that Mr Jinnah’s determination to achieve an independent country (Pakistan) and the Congress’s failed efforts (Rajgopalcharia Formula, Gandhi-Jinnah Talks etc.) failed to sway him away from his stated goal.