LAHORE – Punjab University produced three PhDs in the fields of Urdu, Islamic Studies and Sociology. As per details, PU awarded PhD degrees to Muhammad Akram son of Abdul Aziz in Urdu after approval of his research thesis entitled “Deevan-e-Taraqqee —Tehqeeq-o-Tadveen,” Salma Mahmood daughter of Mahmood Akbar Hashmi in the subject of Islamic Studies after approval of her research thesis entitled “Theological Concept of Prophethood and Its Effect,” and Raza Ullah son of Muhammad Yamin in the subject of Sociology after approval of his research thesis entitled “Students’ Perceptions of the Learning Environment and their Approaches to Study: Analysis of Two Public Sector Universities in Lahore.”

They have completed their theses under the supervision of Prof Dr Zahid Munir Aamir, Prof Dr Shabbir Ahmad Mansoori and Prof Dr Muhammad Hafeez, respectively.

Sports gala:   Annual sports gala of Punjab University Institute of Business Administration concluded in a colourful certificate distribution ceremony which was presided over by Director Sports Prof Dr Mansoor Sarwar. IBA Director Prof Dr Ehsan Malik, Additional Director Sports Attia Mumtaz, Director Human Resource CCL Pharmaceutical Dr Abdul Sallam Babar, faculty members, employees and students participated on the occasion.  Addressing the ceremony, Dr Sarwar said the great benefit of sports was that it created sportsmanship and tolerance in life. He lauded Prof Dr Ehsan Malik for successfully organizing the sports gala and said as he was himself a sportsman; he was responsible for sports activities in the institute.