Pakistan News

    Ned University Pakistan

  • NED University makes Chinese programme compulsory for freshmen

    The NED University of Engineering and Technology (NED) has made learning Chinese mandatory for all first-year students inducted in 2017 and beyond, according to a notification issued by the university's registrar...

    All students from the university's latest batch have been asked to register by Dec 15 for the "Chinese Language" course being offered...

  • NED students unhappy with tough promotion criteria

    KARACHI: Over 400 failed students of engineering at the NED University of Engineering and Technology have expressed their discontent with new rules laid out for them by the institution regarding promotions to the next semester...

    “There are hundreds of students at the NED, who may have failed in one subject or the other...

  • Teachers demand release of funds for NED, KU

    KARACHI: Teachers of the NED University of Engineering and Technology and Karachi University (KU) on Saturday demanded that the government immediately release funds to their institutions, which they said are facing serious financial trouble...

    “The situation at NED University is critical as the university has to pay Rs100 million in interest to banks on a yearly basis from which it had borrowed heavily against employees’ general...

  • Ned’s lobster bisque

    This time, though, we have had Ned, my step son-in-law, here for our first few days...

    Ned is an excellent cook, and I have enjoyed sitting back while he has taken over most of the cooking duties...

  • Green campus project of NED varsity awaiting funds

    KARACHI: Lack of funding is holding back a major public sector university project that, if implemented, would be the first ‘green campus’ of the country, it emerged on Wednesday...

    Sources said the Rs300 million green campus project of the NED University of Engineering and Technology has been waiting for financial support for the past three years...

  • NED professor’s wife shot dead in Gulshan

    KARACHI: The wife of a senior professor of NED University of Engineering and Technology was shot dead while driving back home in Gulshan-i-Iqbal on Monday...

    Gulshan SP Shahnawaz Chachar said that Ms Shazia Khan (45), wife of NED professor Dr Raza Ali Khan, was leaving the varsity’s staff colony while driving a car...

  • Pakistan's right-wing media vs Habib University

    What do right-wing news media outlets in Pakistan and their counterparts in India have in common? They are intolerant of progressive voices, and will go as far as doctoring videos and images to spread hate and fear...

    A recent seminar on religion and culture at Habib University in Karachi earned the ire of certain sections of the local press that doctored images to present a false account of the event...

  • Pakistan’s University of Central Punjab qualifies for Campus Cricket World Finals

    KARACHI: University of Central Punjab, after being crowned as the Red Bull Campus Cricket National Champions 2016, is now all set for the fifth edition of the World Finals that will take place in Sri Lanka from Sept 5-11, 2016...

    College teams from eight countries including Sri Lanka, Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, Pakistan, South Africa and United Arab Emirates have qualified through their own national competitions with...

  • Pakistan’s university team beat SL outfit

    COLOMBO: Pakistan national campus cricket champions University of Central Punjab (UCP) continued their impressive run in the Red Bull World Finals here when they beat host Sri Lanka’s Business Management School (BMU) in another clinical performance which ensured them a place in the semi-finals...

  • Google to train university students in Pakistan

    Internet giant Google will visit various universities across Pakistan to equip students with modern Google tools and services, Tech Juice reported on Tuesday...

    Google’s team of professionals and technical experts will visit Pakistan and meet internet marketers, developers and bloggers to explain strategies that are successful in other emerging markets...

  • 'IS-linked' Ohio university attacker lived in Pakistan for 7 years: NYT

    The family of Abdul Razak Ali Artan, a Somali student and child of a refugee, who wounded 11 people in a car-ramming and knife attack on an Ohio university campus, lived in Pakistan for seven years before moving to the US with his family in 2014, New York Times reported...

    Federal law enforcement officials said that Artan was admitted to the US in 2014 as the child of a refugee ? his mother ? and before that he lived for seven years...

  • More
Back to top