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Co-curricular activitiesa must for leadership, creative skills: raja Yasir

Punjab Minister for Higher Education Raja Yasir Humayun has said that co-curricular activities are necessary for polishing leadership and creative skills among children and young students. He said that our education system must have the capacity to improve different skills among students along with imparting quality education. He was addressing …

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Unification of education!

By Jazib Khan Egypt was once an educational hub for all students mainly Muslims. It had such a unified system of education that rational studies and religious studies were taught under a same roof and an equal weightage was given to both of them. That was one of the main …

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Why English is compulsory?

Students who fail in English are victim of flawed policy! MAJORITY of the students who fail in Compulsory English Examinations particularly are a victim of flawed policy because English is not their first language. Unfortunately, English has become a symbol of status in Pakistan anyone who knows English language will …

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Minister Murad Raas orders immediate arrest of Chakwal school principal

LAHORE (September 27, 2018): Provincial Schools Education Murad Raas has directed immediate arrest of principal of a private school namely Shafiq Awan who badly tortured a minor student of fourth class Muhammad Usman. The minister directed the Deputy Commissioner Chakwal for the immediate arrest of the accused a video of …

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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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Balochistan education crisis prevails

By Zeeshan Nasir Balochistan’s education crisis still prevails it is in fact increased in place of decreasing. Despite knowing this fact, there is a whopping illiteracy rate, which has not only devastated the province but also our future-the youth. According to statistical data, 5.02 million girls and boys aging between …

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