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The City School’s Early Years Education Symposium – breaking new grounds

Staff Report Islamabad (February 3, 2017): As a leader in Early Childhood Education, The City School (TCS) Northern region organized an Early Years Education (EYE) Symposium: Let Me Be. The seminar featured national, regional and local experts in early childhood learning and provided a platform for TCS management, EYE heads …

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Small farmers from South Punjab presents Charter of Demand to environment minister

Oxfam and Indus Consortium launch report under GROW Campaign The Educationist Report  Lahore (2 Feb 2017): Small Farmers who have been badly affected by the impacts of climate change presented their ‘charter of demands’ to the Minister for Environment Zakia Shah Nawaz at a launching ceremony of a report highlighting …

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PU new VC makes ‘drastic changes’ in management

Dr. Liquat Ali removed; Naeem Khan appointed Registrar  RO Sajid Rashid removed,  Malik Zaheer removed; Ghulam Jilani appointed Additional Registrar II Dr. Faquir Muhammad Irfan also removed from seat in Gujranwala campus By Muhammad Ittefaq LAHORE: As predicted by The Educationist in the last month report of this reporter, Punjab University new …

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Seminar on ‘Negative Effects of Revival of Student Unions’ by PINA

Political parties essential for working of parliament: Hashmi LAHORE, Jan 28 (APP): The speakers of a seminar on “negative effects of the student unions’ revival” said that revival of student unions as per rules was good as the same helped develop leadership qualities among the students. They said no political leader was emerging from students as student …

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PU Teachers Front warns new VC against working for a small pressure group

Teachers Front General Body Meeting Nominates candidates for ASA Election 2017 Staff Report LAHORE: Punjab University Teachers Front has warned the new Vice Chancellor Dr. Zafar Mueen Nasar that if he didn’t implement the merit policy announced by him the academic staff association would stand against him for the welfare …

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