A 55% discount is being offered on the purchase of all books on display at a three-day book fair which started at the University of Peshawar (UoP) on Tuesday.
UoP Vice Chancellor (VC) Professor Dr Muhammad Rasul Jan inaugurated the fair in the lawn of the Sheikh Muhammad Taimur Academic Block of the university. . . . → Read More: 3-Day book fair begins at University of Peshawar
JOHI: In neat rows, the girls in white headscarves listened carefully as the teacher described the changes in their bodies. When the teacher asked what they should do if a stranger touched them, the class erupted.
“Scream!” one called out. “Bite!” another suggested. “Scratch really hard with your nails!” a third said.
. . . → Read More: Pakistani village girls receive sex education class
PESHAWAR: Efforts to attract international universities to the proposed Education City near Swabi seem to have proven fruitful, as four more international universities have expressed an interest in opening their campuses.
. . . → Read More: PTI to setup 30,000 kanal Education city in Peshawar
That the world flies to China and India to entice the young to their colleges is common knowledge. What is not so well known is that China has now become the third most favoured nation of international students after the US and UK.
According to data put together by the Institute of International Education on international student . . . → Read More: China an emerging education hub
Against the backdrop of proposed cuts by the government on non-development budgets, a conference was organised by the Higher Education Commission (HEC) on Thursday to encourage universities to carry out fundraising to gain financial independence on its premises. . . . → Read More: Pak Universities encouraged to become financially independent
Chief of Air Staff Tahir Rafique Butt has announced that annual bonus and married accommodation would be provided to faculty members at various PAF setups in a very short span.
He made the announcement at an annual award ceremony of Fazaia Schools and Colleges held at the Fazaia Inter College in Islamabad, said a . . . → Read More: PAK schools to help teachers improve education
The Ministry of Education, Trainings and Standards in Higher Education signed a memorandum on Thursday with Unesco to spend $7 million on improving the accessibility and quality of education for girls in remote areas.
The fiver-year plan announcement was made at a news conference held by Unesco Director-General Irina Bokova who was flanked by Minister . . . → Read More: Pakistan’s Multi-million dollar 5 year plan for girls education enhancement
Article 25-A of the Constitution of Pakistan states: “The State shall provide free and compulsory education to all children of the age of five to 16 years in such manner as may be determined by law.” Despite this basic fundamental right enshrined in our Constitution, the recently released Global Monitoring Report by Education For All (EFA) paints . . . → Read More: Education Emergency
The education ministry at the federal level is beset with confusion and lack of clarity, a reason why a string of issues keep cropping up. Rechristened the Ministry of Education, Trainings and Standards in Higher Education in June 2013, after its role was mightily curtailed in the wake of the landmark Eighteenth Constitutional Amendment, the . . . → Read More: Confusion regarding Education