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Curriculum changes needed to improve students’ mental abilities: Dr. Mehdi

Why we lack leadership in every field? BY MUHAMMAD EHSAAN & HOORIA BUTT THE EDUCATIONIST: What are the basic changes that we need in our education system and do teachers ought to have some change in their teaching methods as well? Dr. Mehdi Hasan: Teachers are not playing their role …

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PU upscales foreign linkages: Dr. Kanwal Ameen

The changing role of universities demands a greater truss and strong linkages with the local, national, regional and international communities. With the evolving role of the universities, the directorates of external linkages have become important offices to promote national and international collaborations. The directorate also coordinates with the international organizations …

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Interview with Dean of Humanities of Forman Christian College Dr. Nukhbah langah

FC College seeks to highlight students critical thinking skills which enable them to determine the links between ideas and help create good citizens in the country. Our whole educational setup is “to encourage leadership and liberal arts development”. This was stated by Forman Christian College, a chartered University, Dean of …

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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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