Gujrat is one of beautiful cities in Pakistan and the people of this historical city. The University of Gujrat is one of the new major public sector universities in Punjab. The university was established under Act IX of 2004 by Government of Punjab, Pakistan on February 23, 2004 to cater for the higher education needs of the population of Central Punjab which includes districts of Gujrat, Sialkot and Gujranwala in addition to city of Wazirabad. These districts are popularly known as the Export Triangle of Pakistan due to various manufacturing industries operating in the area. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan (1817–1898) founder of Aligarh Muslim University had named the region around Gujrat as “Khita-e-Younan”, or “territory resembling ancient Greece”, in reference to the high number of educational institutes present in the area in the 19th century. The University is promoting research and development culture in the area.
This article sent by Aafreen Chauhdry from Gujrat. She is studding in University of Gujrat.
Dear friends today we are posting a photograph of some beautiful girls of Superior College Lahore. The photo was taken when these girls were ?encouraging and supporting their team. Superior College was established in year 2000. Superior College provides the facilities of library, science labs, computer labs, bookshop, cafeteria, transport, hostel and many more to their students.
For girls the most memorable events at ?Superior? is the Cultural Day when students of all disciplines put on traditional cultural dresses and represent the rich culture of the Punjab. Also, Superior Campuses are decorated, they give a patent rural touch of a village, reflecting genuine Punjabi Culture. Typical and traditional Punjabi food is presented to the students and faculty.
The most obvious school event to build spirit is a pep rally. This usually involves the cheerleaders and the football team, but it can also be a way for all athletics to participate. Pep rallies during the fall months could include all the fall athletic teams while the same can be done in the spring. One way to get more teams involved is to create competitions such as “land versus water” that pits the football and baseball teams against the swim and water polo teams in a non-sports contest like a trivia quiz about school traditions. The best way to do this is to start getting involved with things in your school that don’t have anything to do with what happens in the classroom. You may have decided to become a teacher because you love helping kids, but you also need to show that you care about your school as well as your colleagues. To be a successful teacher in your first year, you’re going to have to put up some big numbers as far as hours spent after school go. You can be sure that your school administrators and other teachers will find out which car you drive, and will be keeping an eye out for when you arrive and leave. If they find that your car is always gone when they go out into the parking lot, they’ll assume you’re slacking, because they are aware that a good teacher is not a clock watcher.
The contributor of this article is Anushka from Mumbai. Anushka is student of 10th class. She loves to play cricket and wants to join Indian national women cricket team in future.
Ajmer, located in the heart of the Arravali Mountain Range was ruled by the legendary Rajput King Prithviraj Chauhan. The city from its time back in history has been a symbol of strength and prosperity of the various rulers ruling it. Besides being a historical city, Ajmer is also a tourist attraction and spiritual destination. With thousands of pilgrims come everyday here to visit Dargah Khwaja Sahib, one of holiest shrines of the country. Ajmeris a beautiful city surrounded by the spectacular mountains of Aravalli range and famous for the ‘Dargah Sharif’ or tomb of the popular 13th century Sufi Saint Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Hasan Chisti. It is among the most revered holy places for both Hindus and Muslims. This place is also famous for its handicraft items and silver jewelry. Tourists from round the globe prefer Ajmer Tourso they can experience the interwoven beauty of spiritual fervor and scenic nature.
The writer and sender of this article is one of our regular reader Sandhia Rani From Ajmer, India. She is much interested in latest fashion tips and ideas. Sandhia loves to read about new recipes and try to cook them with her own hands.
Federal Government College for Women,F-7/2, Islamabad, the oldest college for girls in the capital, has been endeavoring to impart education that is of relevance for them, not only for the present, but also for the future. An education, which should inculcate a spirit of inquiry, analysis and synthesis and enable them to live with a purpose in life, where there is tolerance, dignity and justice. Students from this college have been rendering invaluable service in the country, as well as other countries, and all this has been possible with hard work, diligence and honesty on the part of the students and the faculty.
The author and sender of this article is Abeer Nasir from Islamabad. Abeer is student of 2nd year and studying in FG College Islamabad.