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Educational accountability

By Marriam Batool “Knowledge and education in the hands of one who claims no higher accountability or authority than one’s individuality is power in the hands of a fool”  (Ravi Zacharias) Accountability in Education is a broad concept that could be addressed in many ways, such as using political process to …

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Pre-Partition History and Background of Pakistan’s Education System

Article By Talha Raza Before the establishment of the English medium public schools and universities, children of Muslims families had to rely on the Madaris for the religious as well as the earthly modern studies. According to the historians, the first known Madrassa is said to have been established in 1005 …

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BZU dry cleaned

VC Dr Tahir Amin says Corrupt mafia is kicked out Politics and litigation culture is deep rooted in university Private-Public Partnership is affecting education system MULTAN: BZU is a tough university, I faced a corruption mafia after taking charge and kicked out former registrar and director of Distance Learning who …

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Report: Punjab Higher Education Commission pilot project of Community Colleges

Staff Report   LAHORE: Following the international model of community colleges, Punjab Higher Education Commission in collaboration with Higher Education Department (HED) has launched a Pilot Project the “Establishment of Community Colleges in Punjab”. In the first phase, four colleges have been selected. Initially 2-year Associate Degree (equivalent to Bachelors …

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Editorial: Blind Spots

IT has been reported that the Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan has issued a list of illegal higher education institutions (HEIs) and sub-campus across the country and a similar action has been taken by the Punjab Higher Education Commission (PHEC). The issue of private universities and HEIs minting money …

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