Zia-ud-Din University Karachi
ISLAMABAD (Online)- Higher Education Commission (HEC) on Monday segregated diverse schools running wherever all through the country into four groupings. In the essential class (W) that meets all necessities, including three schools from the administration go.
These schools consolidate Foundation University, National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences (FAST) and Riphah International University. The schools of Punjab fuse Lahore University of Management Sciences, Lahore School of Economics, University of Lahore, University of Faisalabad, University of Management and Technology, Hajvery University, Beacon House National University, Gift University, Superior College, Lahore and Minhaj University, Lahore. The schools of Sindh consolidate Agha Khan, Hamdard, IBM, IBT Indus Institute of Higher Education, Iqra University, Dadabhoy Institute of Higher Education, Greenwich University, Zia Ud Din University, Baqai Medical University, Newport Institute of Communication and Economics, Istra University, Sir Syed, Khadim Ali Shah, SZABIST, Karachi, Jinnah University for Women and Preston University independently. The schools of NWFP that go under the agreement of HEC fuse Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering and Technology, Topi, Abasyn University, Peshawar, Gandhara University, Peshawar, Qurtuba University of Science and Information, City University of Science and Technology, Preston University, Hohat, Sarhad University of Science and Technology and CECOS, Peshawar. On the other hand, two schools of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir fail to meet the requirements of HEC that join Mohiuddin Islamic University, Nerian Sharif. While chatting with this association, Director Quality Controller HEC Dr Riaz impacted it to clear that each one of the schools and establishments are issued sees occasionally to fulfill the necessities and keep up standard and oust all deficiencies. ICCI hails resuscitating of esteem features The Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry here on Monday regarded the command of Security and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) for restoring of three stock exchanges of the country, including Islamabad Stock Exchange.In a declaration, Mian Shaukat Masud the ICCI president named the movement of ousting the floor from December 15 concerning commonplace trading.
“It is a constructive progress for businessmen and money related pros as the decision will redo conviction of nearby and furthermore outside examiners,” he remarked.He said the monetary experts were energetically expecting the departure of the floor and now they will take a groan of assistance on the restoring of significant worth markets for normal trading. He said Pakistan needs enthusiastic and flourishing securities trade as it is seen as a strategies for extended neighborhood resources readiness, updating the supply of whole deal financing and engaging the gainful usage of existing assets. He said the most ideal improvement of securities trades will incite a lower cost of significant worth capital and appropriately stimulate wander and advancement.