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Government Fully Committed to Supporting Higher Education: Shafqat Mahmood

Islamabad, August 30 (Staff Report): The Government is committed to supporting the higher education sector so that the Pakistani youth can succeed in the job market and play their role in the country’s socio-economic uplift, and become valued members of the society. This was stated by Mr. Shafqat Mahmood, Minister …

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Shanghai Ranking of World Universities 2018

SHANGHAI (August 15, 2018) Harvard University topped the ranking list for the 16th year while Stanford University and University of Cambridge remained to be the No. 2 and No. 3 respectively in the 2018 Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) released by ShanghaiRanking Consultancy. Other Top 10 universities are MIT, Berkeley, Princeton, …

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flag hoisting ceremony in punjab university

The Educationist Special Report A flag hoisting ceremony will be conducted at Punjab University college of Arts and Designs Allama Iqbal old campus in order to celebrate 14th August 2018. Flag hoisting will be performed by Vice Chancellor Prof. Niaz Akhtar. The ceremony will start with the recitation of Holy …

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Pakistan condemns Diamer schools’ torching

By Bilal Naveed LAHORE: Pakistan prime minister, chief justice, upcoming premier other high-ups and civil society have strongly condemned 13 schools torching in Diamer, Gilgit Baltistan. Officials on Saturday  said 13 schools were attacked mainly girls’ schools overnight in apparently coordinated attacks by unknown assailants in the tourist region famed …

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Social media and communication gap with parents cause psychological problems in youth: Dr Farah Malik

By Muhammad Ali and Bilal Naveed Terrorism, social media, emotional attachments and communication gaps with parents causing psychological problems in Pakistani youth. This was stated by Punjab University Institute of Applied Psychology (IAP) Director. Dr. Farah Malik during an exclusive interview with The Educationist. Following are the excerpts of our …

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