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New VCs appointed in two varsities

Dr. Shahid Kamal appointed as VC GCUF and Dr. Athar Mahboob as VC IUB M Sharif Rana Lahore (Tuesday- July 23, 2019) The Higher Education Department has issued notifications regarding appointments of VCs in two different universities of the province. Dr. Shahid Kamal has been appointed as VC Government College University Faisalabad …

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HEC Launches Asi@Connect Project

Islamabad (July 8, 2019): The Higher Education Commission (HEC) held a ceremony in Islamabad on Monday to launch the Asi@Connect Project in collaboration with the European Union and Trans Eurasia Information Network Cooperation Centre (TEIN*CC).   The project is aimed at bridging the digital divide across Asia Pacific by developing a …

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RULES & REGULATIONS of The Educationist 3rd ALL PAKISTAN CO-CURRICULAR COMPETITIONS – 2019

General Rules 1. Decision of judges will be FINAL and NOT challenge-able.2. Fees once submitted will not be refundable.3. Contestants will have to follow the timelines given for each competition.4. All competitions will be held on spot.5. Fake information may lead to immediate disqualification.6. Unethical & unlawful content may also …

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PRIYANKA CAMPAIGNS REFUGEE EDUCATION IN ETHIOPIA

MONITORING DESK ASSOSA, ETHIOPIA: (May 21, 2019): Following the trend set by Angelina Julie,  Indian native Bollywood cum Hollywood star Priyanka Chopra, who is also UNICEF goodwill ambassador, is campaign for refugee children education here.   “If we don’t care about these children, I feel that they will be extremely …

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52 colleges to get status of community colleges

DPI Colleges Jahangir Ahmad says PTI govt taking education reforms By Saher Zulfiqar & Zahra Nazeer Pakistan education system is not uniform. Prime Minister Imran Khan has been striving hard for his vision for 22 years to eliminate class system from the country. As per PM\s vision |federal Education Minister …

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HEC likely to miss target of producing 10,000 PhDs under US-Pakistan Knowledge Corridor Project

By Bilal Naveed ISLAMABAD: Pakistan is likely to miss the target of producing 10,000 PhDs by 2025 under the US-Pakistan Knowledge Corridor Project due to high tuition fee in American universities, tortoise speed and procedural delays on part of the Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan. The Phase-I PhD Scholarship …

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