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Remembering Iranian genius – Maryam Mirzakhani

Maryam Mirzakhani, the Iranian mathematician genius, was born in Tehran in 1977. She attended school there and obtained her BSc in mathematics in 1999 from Sharif University of Technology in Iran. In 1994, while still in school, Mirzakhani achieved the gold medal level in the International Mathematical Olympiad, becoming the …

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Critical consciousness through Education

(How can we get rid of Banking Concept of Education) HOLISTIC development of a society is considered to be directly linked with higher education of the country. There have been certain educational models followed by different universities of the world. Some of such models had been elaborated by eminent historian …

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Women Education in Pakistan

A good education has long been recognized as one of the important foundations in life; facilitating future employment and providing access to a fulfilling adult life. The more liberal definitions of education, where it is understood as development and refinement of one’s personality, without necessarily an eye to economic advantage, …

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Circular Debt and Looming Energy Crisis in Pakistan

Pakistan has suffered a prolonged energy crisis since last many years. The unpredictable supply of electricity, with numerous and capricious loadsheding, disrupts the economic background of a country and also its social condition with respect to residential electricity consumers. The major aspect behind this prolonged energy crises is the circular …

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World Doctor’s Day

World Doctor’s day falls on 1st July, and is an opportunity to raise awareness about the doctor’s role in our daily lives – a day when people across the country acknowledge the commitment and dedication of the medical and health care fraternity towards society. Doctor’s Day is the time to …

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