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Punjab not ready to implement HEC’s timeframe to phase out 2-year BA, MA degree programmes

The Educationist Report LAHORE: The Punjab province’s top education brass Thursday brainstormed on the HEC Pakistan’s timeframe regarding phasing-out 2-year BA and MA programmes by 2018 and 2020 respectively, and observed that the provincial education system was not ready to embrace this change within the given time-line. Punjab Higher Education …

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Karandaaz Pakistan and Techlogix to Roll-Out Campus on Cloud Solution for Higher Education

ISLAMABAD – Karandaaz Pakistan has signed an agreement with Techlogix to invest USD 1.5 million in the company with the vision to scale three new cloud-based verticals – Business Management Software for higher education institutions; Hospital Management Information Systems; and Mobility Information Management System for large scale sales, distribution and …

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Sindh Assembly alters the name of Altaf Hussain University

KARACHI – The Sindh Assembly on Monday unanimously took a decision to rename Altaf Hussain University, after the name of Madre-e- Millat, Fatimah Jinnah University. Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Nisar Khuhro presented the bill in the Assembly to change the name of the university which have campuses in Karachi as …

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Educational accountability

By Marriam Batool “Knowledge and education in the hands of one who claims no higher accountability or authority than one’s individuality is power in the hands of a fool”  (Ravi Zacharias) Accountability in Education is a broad concept that could be addressed in many ways, such as using political process to …

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DPS celebrates Pakistan Day with patriotic spirit

LAHORE: Dawood Public School, Karachi (DPS) is a leading educational institution of the country, with an impeccable reputation, earned over more than 35 years. The school celebrated the Pakistan-Day 2017 with great patriotic fervor, as it inspires the students to adhere to the social traditions and high moral values of the …

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Pre-Partition History and Background of Pakistan’s Education System

Article By Talha Raza Before the establishment of the English medium public schools and universities, children of Muslims families had to rely on the Madaris for the religious as well as the earthly modern studies. According to the historians, the first known Madrassa is said to have been established in 1005 …

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