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  • KUST students leaving hostels as strike continues

    KOHAT: Hundreds of students of the Kohat University of Science and Technology (KUST) vacated hostels voluntarily on the call of agitating activists of Kohat Students Federation on Thursday...

    Over 80 per cent girls have also left their hostels while few boys are still present in their rooms in the hope that the strike, which entered into fifth day on Thursday, would end and the suspended examinations would start soon...

  • Private hostels in twin cities fleecing students

    ISLAMABAD: Many young people who come to the twin cities from various parts of Pakistan, to study at the universities and colleges are forced to live at expensive private hostels because of a shortage of cheaper government accommodation...

    Mr Raza demanded that the government form a regulatory body to oversee the functioning of private hostels so that their prices and services can be standardised...

  • Hazara varsity withdraws order to close hostels

    MANSEHRA: The students’ protest on Wednesday prompted the Hazara University to withdraw its order for them to leave hostels as part of security measures for the prime minister’s visit to the district today (Thursday)...

    Notifying the campus closure on Thursday, the university’s administration on Wednesday asked boarders to leave hostels and premises before noon as a security measure...

  • Demo for power generators at SMC hostels

    SAHIWAL: Around 400 medical students living in the newly-constructed Sahiwal Medical College hostels protested non-provision of power generators to them during seven to eight hours daily outages...

    The protesting students, 340 of them females, gathered on DPS Road in front of the college and blamed SMC Principal Dr Iftkhar and Hostel warden Arshad Qureshi for their plight, alleging both of them failed to provide back-up generators...

  • 61 day care centres, 16 women hostels in Punjab

    GUJRAT: Around 61 day care centres and 16 hostels for working women have so far been established across the province and Rs600 million released for the establishment of more centres in remaining districts of the province, revealed Punjab Minister for Women’s Development Hameeda Waheeduddin here on Saturday...

  • PU to install biometric machines in all hostels

    An official told Dawn that biometric machines would be installed in all 27 hostels to stop entry of “non-PU students” or general visitors...

    He said the students’ parents, relatives and friends would only be allowed to meet them in hostels during academic hours and if there was any emergency, such meetings would be allowed after academic hours with the permission of the authority concerned...

  • Thousands of students face homelessness as CDA prepares to close private hostels

    ISLAMABAD: After the ill-advised and failed attempt to close down those private schools that operate out of residential properties, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) is now launching a campaign against private hostels that house thousands of students of both private and public universities...

    Many public sector universities including the Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science and Technology and the Pakistan Institute of...

  • At least 24 students arrested from PU hostels

    Lahore police on Tuesday arrested at least 24 students from Punjab University (PU) hostels for their alleged involvement in a Sunday night clash between two student groups...

    The police is now conducting a search operation at hostels one and seven and have asked all students to vacate the buildings leaving their rooms and cupboards unlocked...

  • Hostels in capital asked to regulate students’ movement

    An advisory issued by the office of the district magistrate stated that the office had received credible information about lack of discipline in private hostels...

    Besides complaints, it has been reported by the capital police’s Special Branch that students of different institutions residing in private hostels often remain out of hostels at night and no record of their movement is maintained by respective hostel administrations, the...

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