Mahnoor of College of Home Economics UoP secured first position and took award of the fastest girl of the year award.
What does CHE stand for?
CHE stands for College of Home Economics
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- Christelijke Hogeschool Ede (Dutch: Ede Christian University; Ede, Netherlands)
- Christian Home Educators
- Chronicle of Higher Education
- Citi Home Equity (Citimortgage)
- Citizens for a Healthy Environment
- Clarion Hungary Electronics
- Coefficient of Hydroscopic Expansion
- Collaborative Health on the Environment
- Collaborative on Health and the Environment
- College of Human Ecology
- Combined Heat Exchanger
- Commission for Higher Education (various nations)
- Community Health Educator
- Community Health Epidemiology
- Compact Heat Exchanger (thermal physics)
- Comprehensive Health Education
- Conservation of the Historic Environment (UK)
- Container-Handling Equipment (US DoD)
- Continuing Health Education
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The College of Home Economics formed in 1925 as the first state-chartered school of its type in the country, with Van Rensselaer and Rose acting as co-directors.
The senate further allowed the management of the university to establish two female constituent institutions with the nomenclatures - Women College of Domestic Sciences at Ambar, Swabi and College of Home Economics at Mardan as well.
In the painting category, Tuba Rani of the University College of Home Economics secured first position, Rafia Maroof of the University of AJK bagged the second prize and Sonia Fazal of the Government Girls College Mirpur got the third prize while Erma David of the Mirpur University of Science and Technology (MUST) earned the fourth prize.
He was addressing the closing ceremony of a six-day workshop on Research Methodology and Skills organized by HECs English Language Teaching Reforms (ELTR) project Phase II, in collaboration with the College of Home Economics, University of Peshawar.
In the painting category, Samra Shehzad of Lahore College for Women University and Faryal Abdullah of Government College of Home Economics shared the first position, Umda Saif Tirmizi of Government College of Home Economics bagged the second prize and Muhammad Salman of Government College University got the third prize while Sumaira Bano of the University of Punjab earned the fourth prize.
PESHAWAR, April 07, 2011 (Balochistan Times): A modern art and craft exhibition centre was inaugurated in the College of Home Economics on Wednesday with an aim to market the work of students and establish close links in academia and industry.
She joined the faculty of the College of Home Economics in 1956, and in 1969 she was named chair of the Department of Consumer Economics and Public Policy.