PU holds seminar on kitchen gardening

Professor says awareness programmes should be launched to create awareness on the subject

Our Correspondent October 05, 2017
Punjab University campus. PHOTO: FACEBOOK

LAHORE: There is a dire need to educate people about the benefits of kitchen gardening, said Punjab University Dean faculty of Life Sciences Dr Muhammad Naeem Khan.

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He was speaking at a seminar on kitchen gardening and seed distribution at the Punjab University Institute of Agricultural Sciences (IAGS) on Wednesday. The aim of the seminar was to introduce modern agricultural technology and practices to meet the food requirement of growing population and boost country’s economy.

Dr Khan said that awareness programmes should be launched to create awareness about kitchen gardening. Director IAGS Dr Muhammad Saleem Haider promised to provide his services for more seminars and workshop for benefit of students and community. He announced that the vegetable seeds of next season would be grown in IAGS. Later, shields and seeds of winter crops were distributed among the guests and speakers.

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The Punjab University Examinations Department has declared the results of MBA Part-I (first year) 2nd annual examination 2016, BBA (Hons) Final Year second annual examination 2016 and diploma in physical education annual 2017.

The detailed result is also available at PU website www.pu.edu.pk.

Published in The Express Tribune, October 5th, 2017.


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