LAHORE - The University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Muhammad Nawaz has urged upon the young teachers to enhance their capabilities regarding professional competency and explore their teaching skills and act as role model for the society. Addressing at the seminar on teacher training course titled Professional Competency Enhancement Programme for Teachers (PCEPT) Part-I here on Monday, Dr Nawaz said that PCEPT would be valuable for the newly appointed teachers to train the professional teachers and attendance should be 90 per cent and evolution must be necessary in this regard. The course was organised by the UVAS Centre for Educational Policy and Administration (CEPA), in collaboration with UVAS-Quality Enhancement Cell (QEC) for five-day teacher training course. Earlier, the course was inaugurated by Vice Chancellor UVAS Prof Dr Muhammad Nawaz. He explained the importance of education and university teachers adding that the university is making efforts for imparting better quality education to the students. Chairman CEPA Prof Dr Aleem Bhatti Director QEC Prof Dr Ijaz Ahmad Course Coordinator, Dr Hafsa Zaineb also spoke on the occasion. PEF distributes vouchers among students The Punjab Education Foundation has started distributing vouchers among the 17,500 students of 120 EVS partner schools, enrolled under the Education Voucher Scheme (EVS) in the districts of Lahore and Kasur for the months of September and October 2010. The PEF will distribute vouchers worth Rs 1,22,50,000 for the months of September and October. The process will be completed by August 26, 2010 and separate camps will be setup in Kasur to accommodate the partner schools there.