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Education[edit]

== IPS Group Of College ,Mailsi. ==


IPS College is the premier college of the town , it was established in 1996 by Mehr M. Imran Wahid. Now this college has 3 other branches i.e in Lodhran,Hasilpur and Jhanian, IPS Colleges are affiliated with Virtual University of Pakistan. IPS and VU are imparting higher education to the students of the town. Hundred of students having studied in this institue are leading from the front in different spheres of life.IPS is conducting MBA,MCS,MIT,BS COMPUTER SCIENCE,BS IT,BS COMMARCE,BS FINANCE AND ACCOUNTS,BS MASS COMMUNICATION,BS PSYCHOLOGY,BS PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION,BS BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ,DCS,DIT,BA,B.COM,B.Sc. CS,BBA classes since 2002. For more information visit www.vu.edu.pk or campus IPS College ,Boys College Road, Mailsi. I —Preceding unsigned comment added by 119.152.57.203 (talk) 05:31, 7 January 2010 (UTC)

Recent edits[edit]

Lately, User:Mianmailsi who edited as User:Tehsilmailsi before today has been making very odd edits. The edits have been removing section headers and replacing them with bold, inserting a virtually no content external link, and removing every reference on the page. I don't really get the feeling that this is vandalism, but it is unconstructive. I've asked the editor to stop and discuss, but seems to refuse (instead creates another account). I implore him/her to reply here and explain the reason behind the edits. Apparition11 Complaints/Mistakes 23:06, 20 January 2011 (UTC)