With Pakistan becoming the first associate member of the European Organisation for Nuclear Research among Asian countries this year, young scientists from the country have already started to make their mark.
A graduate of the National University of Science and Technology (Nust) stood first at the summer internship programme at the research facility popularly . . . → Read More: Pakistani students creating waves at CERN
A FRIEND showed me a class four Pakistani textbook from the 1960s. It was on famous personalities. In the first section there were four chapters, including one on Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Others included Gautam Buddha, Hazrat Issa and Baba Guru Nanak. In the second part of the book were chapters on a number of political/temporal . . . → Read More: Pakistani students today
MEXICO CITY: Three Pakistani students from Karachi and Lahore have won an international debating competition.
The fifteen year old students won the final of The Karl Popper Debating Championship (KPDC) which is one of the largest tournaments of its kind.
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The United States brings every year hundreds of students and professionals of different fields from around the world including Pakistan under different cultural and educational exchange programs. Thousands of Pakistani students and professionals in different fields have so far benefited from training, scholarships and fellowships offered by the US institutions.
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