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Why faculty evaluations are not effective?

By Abdul Wahid Faculty evaluation by students is considered as one of the most effective tool in ensuring the quality in higher education. It is intended to provide informed assessment of teaching skills and competencies of a particular instructor. Higher education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan back in 2005 established Quality …

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Formula Education And Academy Mafia

Successive governments remained unable to ensure good governance in the public sector schools and colleges allowing the private investors to flourish and make money in the name of education. Resultantly, academies have established a culture of formula education with selective study and special focus on the training of appearing in …

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‘CHanneL yoUr Best, forGet tHe rest’!

Zainab Ali Khan CAreer counseling has always been important but only recently got the recognition it deserves. Choosing a career is an important task, but it may also be a difficult one. Career counseling is an essential factor for identifying the real potential and guiding students towards a right career …

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Dr. Har Gobind khorana – a nobel laureate of PU

Prof. Dr. Jamil Anwar DR. H. G. Khorana was born in a small village of about 100 residents in Raipur Punjab. His father, a lower grade government employee determined to educate his five children. The first school which Khorana attended was under the shade of a tree. Having advanced his …

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Achieving National Unity!

By Maaz Ahmad Developing Nations must learn to adopt a better and systematic approach to resolve Crisis related to National Unity. Ethnic, Social and Religious Divides are dearest to the people of these countries than their National Identity on the map of the World. We are reluctant to embrace the …

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CURRICULUM PROBLEMS IN PAKISTAN

M Zia U llah Falling education standard is one of the most favorite topics for discussion at our social gatherings. Everyone has his own views and experiences to narrate and ultimately, expresses the expressions of grief. It is a known fact that our educational standards are on the decline. We …

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A SOPHISTICATED MASSACRE

a hidden story with message Mah Rukh Ikram Over 65,000 candidates and only 3500 seats – this scenario is of a race during which many met accidents but in the heart-stream of our own nation, these are our medical students! With the passage of time the number of students appearing in …

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