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Lahore

December 7, 2017

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PU upgraded library, computer laboratory inaugurated

LAHORE:Punjab University Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Zafar Moeen Nasir has inaugurated renovated and upgraded library and computer lab at Centre for South Asian Studies.
According to a press release issued here Wednesday, in this regard, a ceremony was also organised to celebrate recognition of new Research Journal of Indian Studies in “Z” category by Higher Education Commission of Pakistan. PU Dean Faculty of Arts and Humanities Prof Dr Iqbal Chawla, CSAS Director Prof Dr Umbreen Javed, faculty members and a large number of students were present.
Addressing the ceremony, Prof Dr Zafar Moeen Nasir said that our mission was to move forward towards making PU top ranked university of the world. He said this could only be possible through quality of education and research work so that the students could go for advanced studies in foreign universities and could be recognised in the world. He said the first step towards it was to make decisions on merit and implement the rule of law.
Canadian scientist: Renowned scientist Prof Dr Mounir G Abou Haider from University of Toronto, Canada, has visited Punjab University Institute of Agriculture Sciences to discuss mutual cooperation in the field.
According to a press release issued here Wednesday, he is working on CLCuV research project in collaboration with Director IAGS Prof Dr Muhammad Saleem Haider. Dr Abou Haider visited different laboratories of the institute and appreciated the research work being conducted at the IAGS. He also said that Pakistan was in dire need to work more in the agriculture sector.
During his visit to IAGS he participated in the meetings with the additional secretary, agriculture (planning), Punjab and Chief Executive, Punjab Agricultural Research Board (PARB). He appreciated both the institutions for their contribution towards agriculture.
He said cotton is cash crop in Pakistan and a major source of foreign exchange for Pakistan. So cotton leave curl virus caused severe

damage to cotton crop and we are trying our best to control this virus under the collaborative research project, he added.

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