Home / Tag Archives: Pakistan (page 3)

Tag Archives: Pakistan

Inspiration for all and sundry

By Mian Saifur Rehman The Educationist has grown into a constant source of enlightenment, not only for students but also for its readers from other walks of life. My own experience about this intellectual endeavor is a learning experience and I suggest that journalists especially those engaged in teaching Mass …

Read More »

16 judges appointed universities’ syndicate members

LAHORE: As many as 16 judges of the Lahore High Court have been appointed Member Syndicate in various public and private sector universities in Punjab province after the approval of LHC chief justice in a meeting held recently. According to the decision LHC CJ Ijaz-Ul-Ahsan will serve as Member Syndicate …

Read More »

Colleges: a stepchild of the education sector

Higher education sector has seen a boom in the past decade, specifically at the university level; however the same cannot be said for another important part level of the education sector – colleges in the country. The discrepancies at this level are well-known to all, be it the government departments …

Read More »

Brain drain in higher education

Every year Pakistani teachers go abroad for higher education and research. Those who complete PhD from America, Germany, France and other countries on scholarship, many of them, either don’t wish to come back or they remain unable to re-adjust in Pakistan. Before going abroad they sign some agreements with their …

Read More »