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PCTB publishes 5.5 million textbooks annually

MD Abdul Qayoum says online curriculum portal launched to facilitate students, parents and teachers. Madaris curriculum is recognized by PCTB Punjab Curriculum and TextBook Board (PCTB) publish 5.5 million textbooks every year for class 1-12 and since my appointment in October, 2017 now delay in dispatching have been made. This …

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Communication gaps cause psychological problems in youth

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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LCWU to introduce entrepreneurship in line with CPEC: VC Dr. Farkhandah Manzoor

By Shaharyar Khan and Maham Noor That time has gone when students were used to wait for the government jobs or the graduate girls to stay at homes. This is practical time, it is required to develop entrepreneurship skills in every discipline among the students. This was stated by Lahore …

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Dr. Qaisar: COMSATS PhD faculty more than any other university of Pakistan

Skilled manpower is very important for any institution •Our 80% students get job at convocation day •After my PhD I realized that I must serve at University. Our 80% students get job before the convocation day whereas other 20% students prefer their own business, some of them go for further …

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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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Interview with Pakistan National Cricket Player Diana Baig

The Educationist conducted a detailed interview with Pakistan cricketer Diana Baig who was originally an athlete based in Gilgit and accidentally became national team player of Pakistan at the age of 17. Following are the details of our discussion with her: The Educationist:  Tell us about your family? Diana Baig: Well, my …

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