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Why Lund University is top choice in Sweden?

By Muhammad Ittefaq Ilmenau, Germany: Lund University once again the top choice in Sweden for international applicants. Most international applicants are from developing countries such as Bangladesh (1,545), Egypt (1,176), Pakistan (930), India (899), China (845), Ghana (830), and Nigeria (664). From developed countries applicants are from United States of America (794) …

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Inside story of appointment of VC in PU – summary reveals facts

Summery reveals key facts about who supported whom and why? A summary forwarded to the chief minister and presented before the Lahore High Court regarding appointment of vice chancellors in four universities of the province has been surfaced with some revealing information regarding biased attitude in the appointment of VC …

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Pakistan – A Case of Freedom of Expression and Human Rights

By Muhammad Ittefaq ILMENAU (Germany): Concerns arise after sudden disappearance of four human right activists over security policies concerns and opposition to religious extremism. In Islamic Republic of Pakistan, it’s becoming more difficult to express your hear-out opinion through social, traditional, online media and blogs after Cyber Crime bill passed by …

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Report: Top countries having more PhDs in world

  Muhammad Ittefaq Over the last two decades, the world has seen a steady rise in the number of doctoral graduates. According to the OECD report, the United States of America is the largest PhD producer churning out 67,449 graduates in 2014. That’s well over twice as many as second-placed …

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PU new VC making mind for drastic changes

He is likely to face big resistance anytime in near future I welcome your comments on my blog titled: ‘Campus Gossip’ By Muhammad Ittefaq LAHORE: Punjab University’s newly appointed provisional vice chancellor Prof Dr. Zaffar Moeen Nasir is set to take major administrative changes after his meetings with faculty members belonging …

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