The Government College University Lahore (GCU) and University of Engineering & Technology Lahore (UET) joined hands for teaching and research collaboration in the fields of science, engineering, social sciences, humanities and language.

GCU Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr Asghar Zaidi and UET Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr Syed Mansoor Sarwar signed the accord at a formal ceremony at the engineering university.

United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SGDs) for 2030 include “inclusive and equitable quality education” which means access to education and opportunities for its attainment are significant goals to strive towards globally for easing development across the board. The SDGs are major international development targets approved by the UN General Assembly in the year 2015 meant to be achieved by 2030. 

Good news for the coding enthusiasts out-there. Research proves that learning to code has little to do with your math solving ability, and more to do with your language learning aptitude. The research concluded that math skills are an insignificant indicator of coding abilities. So, if you have ever been told not to pursue a career in programming because of your math scores, think again.

Award-winning EdTech enterprise SABAQ, and Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to collaborate for research and outreach purposes in order to contribute towards building a robust education ecosystem in Pakistan. The MoU was signed by  Hassan Bin Rizwan, CEO & Co-founder of SABAQ, and Dr Mariam Chughtai, Associate Dean and Assistant Professor at the LUMS School of Education.

The International Conference on Research in Education has recommended to bring drastic changes in education policies, teachers’ education programs and curriculum to serve unreached and out-of-school children. These recommendations were announced in the concluding session of the conference organized by Punjab University Institute of Education and Research at Faisal Auditorium here on Thursday.