LAHORE - For the first time, a batch of 300 students from seven teaching departments of the Punjab University will appear in a written test on the varsity premises today (Wednesday) for jobs in the banking sector. Chairman Career Counseling and Placement Centre Punjab University Prof Abdul Qayyum Chaudhary said here Tuesday that on the special directive of PU VC Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran, the University had liaisoned with job sectors to help provide new jobs to fresh graduates who excelled in studies. He said the first time in 128 years history of the varsity, Bank Al-Falah will take a written test of around 300 short listed students out of 1,000 for banking jobs with an initial package of Rs 40,000 per month. He said the result would be announced only after two hours and successful students would be interviewed the same day. Prof Qayyum said high achievers would be offered jobs subject to completion of their studies by the end of June next. He said students appearing for the test belonged to IBA, Institute of Business and IT, Institute of Administrative Science, Economics, Business Education (IER), Hailey College and Hailey College of Banking and Finance. Session on traffic management A special session on traffic management training of Punjab Highway Patrol Police (PHP) personnel has started at police training school Chuhng, 6 upper sub-ordinate and 27 constables participating in the 11 day-session Training has arranged on instructions of Additional Inspector General of Police Mohammad Wasim and DIG Sohail Khan. DSP training & traffic Mohammad Ashraf Awan is coordinating the training. The participants will learn the use of speed checking device, Accidental vehicle cutter, movie and still cameras and for this purpose the services of multi-nation companies experts have been hired. DIG instructed the personnel at this occasion to get maximum advantage from the experts to enhance the professional skills in order to provide better services to the nation.