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Ghazi University attracts students from all provinces: VC Dr. Qaiser Mushtaq

By Hasnain Raza Vice Chancellor Ghazi University Dr. Qaiser Mushtaq, who is also VC Islamia University Bahawalpur, said  “I have held many senior level administrative positions but this (GU) is different, as I have had to start the university from scratch, as a Vice Chancellor. There were no proper classes, less …

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HEC and PHECs should neither work in isolation nor in conflict: UoG VC Dr. Zia

By Shabbir Sarwar and Ali Arshad  HEC and PHECs should neither work in isolation nor in conflict situation, as ultimately higher education sector is suffering, especially universities, said University of Gujarat Vice Chancellor Dr. Zia-ul-Qayyum during an interview with The Educationist. “We should resolve these matters once for all. Now …

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CPEC an opportunity for engineers: UET VC Dr. Fazal Ahmed Khalid

By Ali Arshad and Nauman Shafiq LAHORE: University of Engineering and Technology Vice Chancellor has said CPEC is an important and one of the bigger projects for engineers and IT experts, and that UET is linked with many Chinese universities under this project. First thing resources and the global village …

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Pakistani and Indian students are more creative and interactive: Dr. Anne Marseille

European media is controlled by the United States of America Interview of Professor Dr. Anne Van Marseille       By Azhar Iqbal The Asian education system is far better than European system because of having much creativity and Asian students especially Pakistanis and Indians are more interactive, enthusiastic and creative, said …

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Iranian women ahead in education, behind in jobs

By Ali Arshad TEMPE, US: Just like Pakistan, Iranian women are taking a lead in the admission pyramid of public universities over the last two decades, as they are usually more studious than men and gain better grades, however, they are unable to have access to equal job opportunities with men, …

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