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Coventry University Delegation Calls on Chairman HEC

ISLAMABAD: (September 22, 2018): A delegation of Coventry University, London called on Dr. Tariq Banuri, Chairman, Higher Education Commission (HEC) and discussed with him possible collaborations between the two organisations. The delegation comprised Mr. Gary Armstrong, Associate Pro Vice-Chancellor, International Business Development, Prof. Richard Dashwood, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Research, Mr. Christopher …

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“10 Billion Trees Tsunami” project sparking off all over the country 2018

The government would make the tree plantation campaign successful by mobilizing the youth: Malik Ameen Aslam LAHORE: Secretary Ministry of Climate change Malik Amin Aslam said that the government is formulating a plan to plant 10 billion trees across the country followed by the successful project of PTI ‘Billion Tree Tsunami’ in …

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Drug companies cheating countries out of billions in tax revenues 

The world’s biggest pharmaceutical companies appear to be dodging an estimated $3.8 billion in tax per year across 16 countries, reveals a new report from Oxfam today. The report, ‘Prescription for Poverty,’ analyzes the financial disclosures from Pfizer, Merck, Johnson & Johnson and Abbott, between 2013 and 2015. In the …

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Why all 9 education policies failed in Pakistan?

All policies were good on paper but implementation lacked: experts Governments were not committed to fulfill their promises: Rauf-i-Azam Dr. Abid Hussain blames weak planning and change of political scenario LAHORE: Pakistan has a history of developing detailed and well-designed nine education policies since 1947 to 2017, but has fallen …

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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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