Pakistan News

    Punjab College Of Science Faisalabad

  • ARTSPEAK: SCIENCE OF ART, ART OF SCIENCE

    The seven liberal arts included sciences until the Victorian era when a narrower interpretation of science as comprising physics, chemistry and mathematics was established...

    The perception of art and science as separate pursuits became the new norm...

  • Govt College of Science win

    LAHORE: The Red Bull Campus Cricket 2015 edition came alive with an incredibly exciting game between National College of Arts (NCA) and Government College of Science (GCS) which was won by the GCS outfit in the final over of the match...

  • Post Graduate College wins in Faisalabad

    FAISALABAD: Post Graduate College beat Punjab College of Commerce in Faisalabad by 20 runs on Saturday in a match played on the fourth day of the Red Bull Campus Cricket...

    Post Graduate College won the toss and decided to bat first and scored 162 in stipulated 20 overs...

  • Punjab CM’s rare meeting: PTI Faisalabad MPs lament lack of development work in remote areas

    LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf’s parliamentarians on Monday expressed their annoyance at Punjab government’s “inefficiency” in delivering services to the masses, deploring a lack of development works in remote districts and tehsils and ignoring the party MNAs proposals in this regard...

    The PTI MNAs and MPAs expressed their concerns at a meeting called by Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar in the backdrop of Prime Minister Imran...

  • Shaheer Niazi — teenager who put Pakistan on science map

    ” At the risk of sounding a tad affected, these sagely words from a seventeen-year-old student of A-Levels are an attempt to explain how he had managed to achieve a goal most of his cohorts would find unthinkable at their young age, and the message he wants to give students aspiring to build a career in science...

    The bespectacled curly-haired student from the Lahore College of Arts and Sciences (LACAS), Johar Town, A-Level Campus,...

  • Girls grab top positions in intermediate pre-engineering and general science exams

    KARACHI: Girls bagged all the top positions in the annual Pre-Engineering and General Science Part-II exams as the Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK) announced their results at the Sir Syed Government Degree Girls Science College here on Monday...

    Hanifa Elahi of Bahria College stood first in the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) exams with 992 marks out of a total of 1,100 to pass with a 90...

  • Computer science teachers without salaries for five months

    ISLAMABAD: Owing to the negligence of the Planning Commission and the Federal Directorate of Education (FDE), scores of computer science teachers and their subordinate staff in various educational institutions could not be paid salaries for five months...

    Sources said due to the non-payment of salaries the computer science teachers, computer lab in-charges and attendants were performing duties halfheartedly, badly affecting the...

  • Forensic science prevents police from tampering with evidence, says DIG

    HYDERABAD: Hyde­rabad Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Dr Sanaullah Abbasi has observed that usually criminal investigations are 100 per cent tampered with by policemen on the basis of caste, creed and colour but forensic science training will help eliminate chances of any tampering...

    Police are usually held responsible for defective investigation where evidence through forensic science is not available...

  • Boys secure top two positions in matric science group

    As the Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK) on Sunday announced the results of SSC Part-II in science and general groups also, for the first time in many years boys were seen doing better than girls in science...

    Ali Zia Khan of Kulsum Bai Valika CAA Model School and College Karachi stood first in the science group with 798 marks and a percentage of 93...

  • Ending the moon-sighting controversy through science

    Without endorsing one view over the other, I will simply point out that as far as sighting the moon goes, we could acquire great deal of help from science...

    Outside of science, it is indeed very hard to establish the sighting of the moon to a credible degree, and so Masjid Qasim's claims will be doubtful at best...

  • Science students top Bannu board matriculation exam results

    According to results, Hazrat Bilal secured 1,022 marks followed by Shah Abdul Latif of Akram Khan Durrani College, Bannu, who bagged second position by obtaining 1,018 marks...

    Syyeda Shafaq Shah of Panel High School, Bannu, and Raida Bibi of Army Public School and College, Bannu, shared the third position with 1,017 marks each...

  • More
Back to top