LAHORE - After a clash between activists of the Pashtun Education Development Movement (PEDM) and Islami Jamiat Talaba outside the university hostels, the Punjab University administration on Tuesday struck off 37 students from the rolls.

Higher Education Minister Raza Ali Gilani said that cases under terrorism act would be registered against the hooligans.

Punjab University Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Zakriya Zakir chaired a meeting of all heads of departments at Al Raazi Hall here on Tuesday. Deans of various faculties and a large number of heads of departments participated in the meeting. The teachers expressed the resolve to adopt zero-tolerance policy against vandalism and vowed that nobody would be allowed to take law into hands. The meeting decided to take action against the culprits involved in the incidents across the board. The meeting decided to prepare a centralised database system so that any culprit who is found involved in any incident of violence could be identified with accurate information. The meeting decided to admit students on Balochistan’s reserved quota through nominations from the government of Balochistan. The meeting also decided to improve attendance system through biometric devices and implement biometric system in letter and spirit at hostels. The meeting also discussed to begin e-lane system at the entry points of the university. In a press statement, the university spokesman said that as many as 37 students had been suspended who were initially found involved in the incident and disciplinary proceedings had been initiated against them.


Punjab University Hailey College of Commerce (HCC) will organize convocation 2018 on Wednesday (today) at Faletti’s. PHEC Chairman Prof Dr Muhammad Nizamuddin will be the chief guest and PU Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Zakria Zakir will preside over the ceremony.


Punjab University Examinations Department has declared the results of MA English Part-I Annual Examination 2017 and MSc Statistics Part-I Annual Examination 2017. Detailed result is also available at PU website