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Educating the generations

There is no doubt the education system of Pakistan is in a bad shape, but a segment of the society doesn’t even have access to the kind of education available to the rest of the country. As the world marks International Women’s Day, women in our country have been left …

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Improving educational standard in Pakistan

Amidst a lack of meaningful reforms and sustained improvement, the sorry state of affairs at educational institutions in Pakistan paints a grim picture thereby causing the country to lag far behind other nations, losing its edge in the global competition, putting the economy at risk, and consigning the future generations …

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Journalism education: challenges and opportunities

Every challenge is an opportunity in itself and vice versa. This is particularly true for contemporary journalism whose growth has touched heights and is assuming newer dimensions. It is because of this mammoth growth of media that journalism is now being ranked as the first pillar of the state instead …

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Concept of education in Islam

The Holy Quran gives respect to all human beings, but gives superiority to the class of educated people. The Muslims belong to a worldwide family where they can live together in a state of peace and happiness with high moral and ethical values defined by the Sharia. Thus, Islamic education …

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National education policy need of the hour for Pakistan

Pakistan is facing many challenges and fighting on many fronts, including terrorism, poverty, lack of proper health-care facilities, power shortage and law and order situation, but the most neglected problem of the country has been to eradicate illiteracy from the country. Every government in Pakistan had made tall claims to …

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