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Punjab Education Budget Share Cut Down

LAHORE: Despite overall 10.29 per cent (Rs32.2 billion) increase in the Punjab education budget for FY 2017-18 as compared to the previous year, the percentage share of the budget has been decreased to 17.51 percent from last year’s 18.61 (by 1.1 percent). The Punjab government has allocated Rs345 billion for education …

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FUTURE PROSPECTS OF BIOTECHNOLOGY EDUCATION IN PAKISTAN

The impact of biotechnology is found in all domains of society covering health care, environment, energy resources and food products. The field of biotechnology has become leading trend in science education because today’s students are making decisions about the developments and applications of these new technologies. Agriculture, Food, medicine and …

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Historic books gutted in GCU fire

By Abdullah Qureshi LAHORE: Historic books of Persian gutted when a fire erupted at the library of Government College University early in morning due to a short circuit the other day, sources and eye witness told The Educationist. However, GCU Public Relations Officer Musdiq Sultan said that all the books …

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FIA Gujranwala registers 1709 cases against human traffickers in 2015-16

Due to unemployment in Pakistan, there is a trend to go for overseas employment. Innocent people, including a large number of students, are defrauded by those who take advantage of the these innocent persons. This issue is termed as human trafficking and the Emigration Ordinance 1979 empowers FIA to deal …

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Report: Top countries having more PhDs in world

  Muhammad Ittefaq Over the last two decades, the world has seen a steady rise in the number of doctoral graduates. According to the OECD report, the United States of America is the largest PhD producer churning out 67,449 graduates in 2014. That’s well over twice as many as second-placed …

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