The final match took place on April 24, 2012, between Lahore School Team A (consisting of Wasae Imran, Ali Akbar Abbas Rizvi and Hamza Ghaznavi) and Lahore School Team B (consisting of Shahzeb Rathore, Saad Sohail and Zarak Shah) with Team A winning after a unanimous decision in their favor.
The motion discussed in the final round was ‘This House Believes that Education Should Be a Federal Subject’ and both sides argued intensely on the topic right till the end. To top it off, Ali Akbar Abbas Rizvi was awarded the Best Speaker of the Tournament - [Sidra Rana].
posted by S A J Shirazi @ 4/24/2012 03:07:00 PM,
Graduate Programmes in Economics
April 03, 2012
The MSc Economics programme is a one-year taught programme while the MS Economics programme is a one-year taught programme followed by a one semester MS research project. Finally, the MPHIL Economics programme is a one year taught programme followed by a half year MPHIL research thesis. Details about these programmes are available from the Graduate Programmes Office. The coursework for programmes is the same and is taught by the senior faculty of the department of economics. Students with an undergraduate degree in economics (with a minimum CGPA of 3.5) are welcome to apply to the programme. Students who apply will also be required to take the NTS (National Testing Service) GAT General test, a Lahore School of Economics Graduate Admissions test and will be interviewed by the admissions committee.
posted by S A J Shirazi @ 4/03/2012 04:36:00 PM,
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