LAHORE College for Women University (LCWU) syndicate on Friday approved the annual budget of the varsity, a separate university college for intermediate students and restructuring of the institution and faculties as well.
The 43rd meeting of the syndicate was chaired by varsity s Vice Chancellor Dr Sabiha Mansoor. It was her first-ever meeting after taking over the charge as Vice Chancellor. According to details, LCWU approved Rs 38.533 million deficit budget. The varsity will spend Rs 830.631 million and receive Rs 792.098 million funds from all of its resources. (more…)
The Lahore board administration has failed to solve the Result Late (RL) issue that aroused due to the error-based Intermediate results, despite a passage of 18 days since result’s announcement.
The students, along with their parents and teachers were paying regular visits to the board’s office to get their result cards, however, the board officials were unable to issue them the results despite their several claims and promises.
The board officials had claimed to solve the issue within three to four days but remained unsuccessful in fulfilling these promises.
The negligence of the officials had put the students, parents as More >