The University of Health Sciences (UHS), on Thursday, announced that it would provide free Android tabs to deserving students of public sector medical and dental colleges for digital learning during Covid-19.
As schools and universities across the world remain deserted due to the spread of Coronavirus, providing and seeking education has become a major challenge. As the first world moves on to online education to minimize loss of learning, education has become a key concern for countries like Pakistan, who lack both the infrastructure and expertise to impart learning online.
The Federal Minister for Education and Professional Training (MoFEPT) Shafqat Mahmood on Thursday said that the government was considering launching a Radio Education program to magnify its distance learning project across the country. One of the most dominant and widespread…
The Punjab Government has launched Taleem Ghar Application to make localized and engaging multimedia lessons available online for public school students of classes one to eight, while matric and intermediate lectures will be available soon. This was informed in a…
Punjab Governor and UET Lahore Chancellor Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar on Tuesday inaugurated the Punjab Mental Health Helpline that would provide online counselling to people suffering from depression, anxiety or other mental health issues across Pakistan due to coronavirus outbreak and subsequent lock-down.
The Islamabad High Court (IHC) has rejected a petition by Private Schools Association’s (PSA) that sought a stay order against the government’s decision to allow 20% discount in fees for students during the lock-down months of April and May.
Teleschool to help locked-down students minimize loss of learning amid coronavirus pandemic
Prime Minister Imran Khan will inaugurate the first ever teleschool in the country that has been developed to impart education to students in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.