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Special Education Schools in DG Khan 

  In Pakistan there are more than 10 million special persons, according to the Lahore Association of Businessmen for the Rehabilitation of Disabled (2012). Out of these differently-abled people, many are youth, teenagers and children. These special persons’ education is very important to make them self-reliant, so that they can …

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Iranian women ahead in education, behind in jobs

By Ali Arshad TEMPE, US: Just like Pakistan, Iranian women are taking a lead in the admission pyramid of public universities over the last two decades, as they are usually more studious than men and gain better grades, however, they are unable to have access to equal job opportunities with men, …

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Journalism depicts sectarianism and passing through an age of agenda: SM Zafar

SM Zaffar says National journalism is confused about terrorism, we are unaware on what is right and what is wrong for our sovereignty Only a well-informed society can have democracy, it is impossible without it Journalists’ protection law should prevail in Pakistan 9-point lecture on Pakistan journalism with critical approach …

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Special students not so special! Report by a blind but visionary student

LAHORE: All four special education institutes established by the government in city facing serious problems of lack of academic facilities, including braille books, technical equipment and management related issues. There are only four major special education institutes for blinds in the city including: Govt. Allama Iqbal Institute for Girls (Iqbal …

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Student-To-PhD-Teacher Ratio needs attention

PU is at 73:1, UET and UCP 86:1, UMT 100:1 and UoL 146:1  By Muhammad Nasir Butt, Mudassar Raza, Kinza Arshad and Warda Akhtar LAHORE: The public and private universities of the city must focus on increasing student to PhD teacher ratio which compared to the international standard is unsatisfactory …

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