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Awareness campaign on ‘Duties and Responsibilities of Citizen’

Gypsy students of Door of Awareness School were target of the campaign LAHORE (November 17, 2017): A social awareness campaign on ‘Duties and Responsibilities of Citizen was organized by youth volunteers at Door of Awareness (DOA), a non-governmental organization here at Garden Town. Over three dozen gypsy students studying in …

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UNESCO urges provinces to achieve 90% literacy target

ISLAMABAD: UNESCO Country Director in Pakistan Vibeke Jensen has urged the provincial governments of Pakistan to take concrete steps for achieving the target of attaining of optimum literacy rate. She said that prudent policies of the government have resulted in reducing the dropout rate of children from the schools in …

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Right Decision through Self-Assessment of Personality

With the help of information regarding different areas of one’s personality like aptitude, likeness, strength, competence, socializing skills, adjustability, introversion and IQ level, pupils travel through the route of personality development. In Pakistan, majority of students are in deficiency of aptitude, decision making, confidence, intelligence but they all demand studying …

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 ‘The Moving Bookshop’ a project of LCWU students

Books at your doorsteps By Shaharyar Khan The Moving Bookshop is a project of British Council (Active Citizen Project) launched by the students of Lahore College for Women University in collaboration with The Educationist newspaper, aims at promoting book reading culture and providing old and news books at very economic …

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Ex-vice president of Pak-Turk Schools, family ‘abducted’

The Educationist Monitoring LAHORE: A Turkish national and former vice president of the Pak-Turk Schools was reportedly abducted along with his wife and two daughters from their residence in Wapda Town early on Wednesday. According to the application filed with the Sattokatla police station, around 20 people, including some women, …

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