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Quaid-e-Azam University closed over five corona cases
« on: October 27, 2020, 03:45:35 PM »
Quaid-e-Azam University closed over five corona cases
Islamabad:27 October:The Quaid-e-Azam University (QAU) was temporarily closed on Monday
after the detection of five coronavirus cases among staff members and students. The district health officer issued a notice for the sealing of the departments, where the cases were reported.

According to it, measures are being taken in classes and cafes and on campus to prevent the spread of the virus. The SOPs should be implemented in the departments that have not been sealed, whereas people who came in contact with those affected should stay in quarantine.

The QAU vice chancellor said the university had been closed down for a day and the final decision on the sealing would be made later. The federal capital's district administration has so far sealed around 50 educational institutions over detection of coronavirus among students and employees.The news.
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IIU president, Allama Iqbal Open University VC discuss linkages
Islamabad:27 October:Vice Chancellor of Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) Dr Ziaul Qayyum called on President of the International Islamic University (IIU) Dr. Hathal Hamoud Al-Otaibi in his office here on new campus on Monday.

During the meeting, issues of mutual interests including initiatives for promotion of quality education and role of universities in society building were discussed. Dr Zialul Qayyum, while congratulating Dr. Hathal on assuming duties as the IIU president hoped that the university will progress with double pace in his leadership.

He also appreciated the role of the IIU in service to society and hoped that bilateral cooperation between both universities will enhance. On the occasion, the IIU president said the university would be keen to enhance its bilateral ties with the universities across the world. He said the university was focusing on the online distance learning and it would be keen to initiate mutual cooperation in this field with the AIOU. Dr Hathal also informed the AIOU VC about the IIU’s vision, future plans and strategy for academic excellence.The news.
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