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May 27, 2015

32 associate professors promoted


May 27, 2015

The Punjab government has issued notification of promotion of 32 Associate Professors (BS-19) to the rank of Professor (BS-20) on Tuesday.
Those who have been promoted as Professor include Associate Professor of English Mohammad Aslam, Associate Professor of English Shafaat Yasir, Associate Professor of Islamic Studies Saqib Ali, Associate Professor of Physics Tauqeer Salim, Associate Professor of Physics Mohammad Salim, Associate Professor of Statistics Dr Naimatullah, Associate Professor of Physics Ashfaq Ali, Associate Professor of Commerce Inamullah, Associate Professor of English Mohammad Yaqub, Associate Professor of Economics Khalid Paracha, Associate Professor of Political Science Ashfaq Qureshi, Associate Professor of Geography Sibghatullah Tahir, Associate Professor of Physics Mohammad Iqbal, Associate Professor of English Mohammad Sohail, Associate Professor of Statistics Nadeem Akhtar, Associate Professor of English Sibghatullah Naqvi, Associate Professor of English Anis Ahmed Leghari, Associate Professor of Mathematics Naseer Ahmed, Associate Professor of History Mohammad Awais, Associate Professor of Biology Naeem Javed, Associate Professor of Statistics Masoodullah, Associate Professor Mukthar Ahmed, Associate Professor of Botany Javed Mustafa, Associate Professor of Statistics Muzaffar Ali Zia, Associate Professor of Physics Tariq Tanvir, Associate Professor of English Tanvir Akhtar, Associate Professor of Zoology Zahid Ali, Associate Professor of Urdu Basit Nizami, Associate Professor of Urdu Haroon-ur-Rashid, Associate Professor Shabbir Ahmed Gondal, Associate Professor Mukhtar Ahmed and Associate Professor Pervaiz Iqbal.
Meanwhile, Member Planning & Development Board Dr Amir Ahmed has been transferred and his services have been placed at the disposal of the federal government for further posting. He has been relieved of his duties by the provincial government.
PEF: Punjab Education Foundation (PEF) has completed three-day

training of teachers of six selected low-performing partner schools in Lahore.
A PEF spokesperson said the training was launched in connection with pilot study project of Jolly phonics offered by the Phonics Club free of cost. Under this project, training of teachers and provision of learning material for one class has been completed in order to demonstrate success and achieve academic support.
The project will also focus on an ongoing monitoring to support and maximise the effectiveness of the project and to generate evidence and research of its impact. Jolly Phonics Programme is a proven method of accelerated teaching which is highly effective for children of all ages. It is dedicated to promote synthetic phonics approach through Jolly Phonics Programme.
It is expected that this project will greatly help to promote synthetic phonics’ teaching principles which would empower students to apply taught-knowledge and skills to their independent reading, writing and spellings skills. This project is a part of PEF’s institutional vision to provide good quality education to the partnering school students so that they use this vital support to excel in their practical life.

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