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Seminar on ‘Looming water crises in Pakistan; impact and solution’

The Educationist Report Prof. Dr. Muhammad Saleem haider, Director, Institute of Agricultural Sciences, University of the Punjab, Lahore in collaboration with Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry organized a national seminar entitled “Looming Water Crises in Pakistan, Impact and Solution.” The chief guest of the seminar was Dr. ghazanfar Ali …

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DG Khan Jail provides best education facilities: Jam Asif Iqbal

In Pakistan more than 100 prisons are located in different regions of Pakistan. There are 32 prisons in Punjab and 26 prisons in Sindh. All these prisons have prisoners of different age groups including children, females and males. Recently The Educationist reporter gets a chance to visit the Central Jail …

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1st international Conference on “high performance energy efficient Buildings and homes” held at uet

By Ali Ashraf Department of Architectural engineering and Design and Department of Product and Industrial Design, University of Engineering and Technology (UET) Lahore in collaboration with McWhorter School of Building Science, Auburn University, Alabama, USA organized 1st International Conference on “High Performance Energy Efficient Buildings and Homes”. Vice Chancellor UET …

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Disruption of Social System in Pakistan: Causes & Remediation (Part –I)

The major cause of disruption of social system in Pakistan is that we have adopted others’ thoughts and socio-cultural norms, leaving the golden principles which Islam has listed in the holy Quran and hadith. Broadly speaking, there are two types of rights i.e. rights of Allah, and rights of people …

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tussle with drug act 2017

The Punjab Assembly had passed the Drug Act 1976 on February 8, 2017 according to which the sale of medical drugs which are below the acceptable standards will be punishable by imprisonment ranging from 6 months to 5 years and also a fine of Rs 1 to 5 million. It …

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Uncontrollable Private Schools Mafia

Private schools mafia once again reportedly increased fees upto 25%. It is second illegal rise in a couple of months. Rise in fees witnessed at a time when Supreme Court of Pakistan suddenly silenced over the issue. There were very hopeful remarks for parents by the Supreme Court Chief Justice …

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