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Semester system and overload of work cause stress in teachers

PU psychology faculty members exclusive talk with The Educationist LAHORE: (Friday, August 3, 2018): Continuous work without any break in semester system, overload of work, supervision of large number of students’ research, increasing inability to cope with daily problems and activities and dramatic changes in sleeping or eating habits cause …

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Social media and communication gap with parents cause psychological problems in youth: Dr Farah Malik

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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Constituency Of NA127

My first experience to caste vote Candidates of National Assembly 127 Ali Pervaiz Malik from Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) , Jamshaid Iqbal from Pakistan Tehreek e Insaaf (PTI), Chaudhry Adnan Sarwar from Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and Rashid Ahmad Khan from Mutahidda Majlis-e- Amal (MMA) were in the contest. I observed that a …

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VU: seminar on ‘Role of modern tools in improving quality of teaching-learning process’

Staff Report A one-day seminar on “Role of modern tools in improving quality of teaching-learning process” held at Virtual University of Pakistan. The seminar was organized by Directorate of Quality enhancement at M. A. Jinnah Campus Lahore. The main objective of seminar was to discuss innovative techniques for improving teaching …

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UET Industrial Open House and Career Fair’18

Staff Report University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore organized 4th Annual International Industrial Open House and Career Fair’18. Governor Punjab Malik Muhammad Rafique Rajwana was the chief guest of the event. At the inaugural ceremony, chief guest Governor Punjab, Malik Muhammad Rafique Rajwana said, Punjab government is taking measures to …

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ECP announces voter turnout decreases by 3.32%

By Rubab Azeem LAHORE (30th July, 2018): Despite of national level campaigns, enthusiasm and claims of voters’ activism, the voter turnout in Pakistan General Elections 2018 is 51.7%, which is less by 3.32% as compared to the 2013 elections when it was 55.02%. A lot of fervour and excitement was observed among the people …

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