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KP’s education reforms a hoax

KP’s education reforms a hoax

Zafar Ahmad With her successful show at Minar-e-Pakistan, the PTI has been consistent in her rhetoric that it is the agent of change and is on the way to build a ‘Naya Pakistan’. With the rhetoric based on issue politics, the party managed to win KP in 2013 and got...

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Inculcation of intellectual curiosity in students is a challenge for Pakistan’s educational institutions: Dr. Shehzad Jeeva

Inculcation of intellectual curiosity in students is a challenge for Pakistan’s educational institutions: Dr. Shehzad Jeeva

Karachi: “Lifelong Learning systems not only equip students with valuable tools for personal development, but also represent a holistic approach that affects educators, parents and entire communities,” said Dr Shehzad Jeeva, Director Aga Khan University Examination Board introducing the theme for this year’s Principals’ Conference held in Karachi. The annual...

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Aga Khan University Examination Board hosts third annual Principals’ Conference

Aga Khan University Examination Board hosts third annual Principals’ Conference

Karachi: The Aga Khan University Examination Board (AKU-EB) in partnership with the Oxford University Press (OUP) will host its third Principals’ Conference on October 11 in Karachi. The Principals’ Conference will be attended by educational experts, policymakers and over 350 principals, senior teachers and school administrators from all over the country....

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Fulbright scholar Raja Muhammad Riaz completes PhD in Physics from Florida, USA

Fulbright scholar Raja Muhammad Riaz completes PhD in Physics from Florida, USA

Islamabad: Raja Muhammad Riaz has recently completed his PhD in Physics from Florida Institute of Technology (FIT), U.S. He was a USAID Fulbright Scholar with a fully funded scholarship for his Ph.D. Mr. Riaz is a lecturer at the Department of Physics, Karakorum International University. He holds an MSc degree...

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71.5 percent students fail HSSC-I exam, private schools outperform govt run schools

71.5 percent students fail HSSC-I exam, private schools outperform govt run schools

Gilgit: In an astonishingly poor show of result, a staggering 4,101 out of the total of 5,736 students have flunked the part one exam of Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC), conducted by the Karakoram International University Examination Board. According to results announced here, only 28.5 percent of the students could...

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