ISLAMABAD ( BMZ REPORT ) The Technical Committee on the Prime Minister’s Laptop Scheme has discussed the reservations raised by Transparency International Pakistan (TIP) on the newly advertised Tender Notice floated for procurement of 2-in-1 Laptops for university students. The meeting, which was held at Higher Education Commission Secretariat andRead More →

ISLAMABAD ( BMZ REPORT ) Microsoft and the Higher Education Commission (HEC), Pakistan have collaborated to create an online portal “National Event Management System” (NEMS), developed by Xelleration Pakistan, for academic activities of higher education institutes. The purpose-built and enriched online portal will enable HEC to effectively manage over 3000Read More →

ISLAMABAD ( BMZ REPORT ) Intel Pakistan concluded it’s National Science Competition by announcing the winners at Sir Syed Memorial Complex, Islamabad. The winners will represent Pakistan at the Intel International Science & Engineering Fair (ISEF) 2015, to be held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in May 2015. The event was gracedRead More →

ISLAMABAD ( BMZ REPORT ) Microsoft and Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan held a meeting in Islamabad, to review progress on the “Education Alliance”. This initiative has been launched by Microsoft and HEC to provide access to Microsoft software, improve technical skills, trainings, infrastructure & cloud services programs toRead More →

ISLAMABAD ( BMZ REPORT ) Intel Pakistan today concluded the second of two Punjab Science Fairs in the run-up to the Intel® International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel® ISEF), one of the world’s largest pre-college science competitions, to be held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvaniain May 2015. During the Punjab Science Fairs,Read More →

FAISALABAD ( MEDIA ) “In this era of globalisation, information technology holds the promise of changing destinies of students and the country,” Punjab Governor Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar said on Monday. He was addressing the 5th annual convocation of Government College University Faisalabad (GCUF). “The youth should work hard to proveRead More →