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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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Trump’s victory – a silent strike of class system

Trump’s victory is no surprise. This is the victory of an ideology; a vision, which can be attributed to extremism. When, practically, concern and anxiety reach its maximum, extremism comes into being. Propagators of secular thinking define it as a prejudice. Trump’s victory shows that American society, in spite of …

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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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Pakistani and Indian students are more creative and interactive: Dr. Anne Marseille

European media is controlled by the United States of America Interview of Professor Dr. Anne Van Marseille       By Azhar Iqbal The Asian education system is far better than European system because of having much creativity and Asian students especially Pakistanis and Indians are more interactive, enthusiastic and creative, said …

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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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