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    Ciit Islamabad Admission Spring 2016 Trends

  • CIIT pro-rector dismissed

    ISLAMABAD: The pro-rector of Comsats Institute of Information Technology (CIIT) has been terminated from service after his doctoral thesis was found to be plagiarised up to 72pc...

    Published in Dawn, June 18th, 2016...

  • Mandela’s son-in-law visits CIIT, museum

    SAHIWAL: Prince Thumbumuzi Dlamini, son-in-law of former South African president the late Nelson Mandela, visited Comsats Institute of Information Technology (CIIT) here on Saturday afternoon...

    He was warmly received by CIIT Director Dr Zahiruddin Sheikh, academic staff and students...

  • PMDC allowed to implement 2016 admission policy

    LAHORE: The Lahore High Court on Friday disposed of a set of petitions filed by private medical colleges and students allowing the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) to implement its 2016 admission regulations for medical and dental colleges for new admissions...

    Previously, the court had suspended the regulations when the PMDC was going to implement them retrospectively on the admissions held in 2016...

  • Electricity trends

    Four main trends are going to drive the change...

    Both these trends would require a lot more automation on the grid to adapt to the variability of generation...

  • Anti-Modi Twitter campaign trends in India following journalist's murder

    A campaign was launched against Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Twitter after reports surfaced that the premier was following accounts on the social media platform that celebrated the murder of Indian journalist Gauri Lankesh, reported Al Jazeera...

    Lankesh, a known critic of right-wing groups and Sangh organisations, was killed last week when assailants opened fire at her as she arrived at her Bangalore home
  • Universities move to counter trends of extremism, militancy in students

    KARACHI: Alarmed over reports of a university student’s involvement in the attack on the leader of the opposition in Sindh Assembly on Eid day, two major public sector varsities in the city held meetings on Tuesday to brainstorm ideas on how to check trends of extremism and militancy in students...

    The sources said some of the suggestions discussed during the two-hour deliberations included students’ clearance from police before their...

  • Wah Cantt election statistics reveal interesting trends

    TAXILA: The statistics from the Cantonment Board elections in Wah, shared by the local election commission, have revealed that some interesting new records were set in the polls...

    The statistics, available with Dawn, reveal that despite the fact the local government elections were held after a gap of 17 years, the participation was lacklustre
  • Five stand-out red carpet trends at Cannes

    Here's a round up of the hottest style trends at Cannes, as seen on the red carpet and more:White was a winning colour on the red carpet — all the better to show off that sun-kissed tan!Who wore it best? Actress Emma Stone in Christian Dior Haute Couture, model Bar Refaeli in a draped column by Roland Mouret, Doutzen Kroes in Atelier Versace...

  • Disturbing trends

    IN Balochistan, before the census began, it was believed that the results of the exercise in the province would lead to a hue and cry among the Baloch...

    However, they were not as irked as expected
  • TRENDS: THIS WEDDING SEASON, DAZZLE ‘EM!

    The big fat Pakistani wedding season is in full bloom at the moment — and all over the country women are pondering over what to wear...

    Weddings, after all, give us carte blanche to splurge out on clothes and to dazzle the world with our particular take on sequins and shimmer
  • TRENDS: YOU CAN SHOP ROUND THE CLOCK

    According to Yayvo’s head, Adam Dawood, the estimated size of Pakistan’s e-commerce industry is about 120 million dollars (2016 figures)...

    The top five things Pakistanis buy online, according to a survey by Islamabad Scene are T-shirts, stitched and unstitched lawn, mobiles, electronic devices and footwear...

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