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A group of youngsters in Peshawar have got together to bring the joy of reading and storytelling back to Peshawar, the city of flowers. Sidra Amin tells us how things are going with the Peshawar Book Club.
Author: Sidra Amin
Youth’s involvement in physical sports is becoming less common in the age of internet. But the ordeal on the field is essential and extremely beneficial. We tell give you some key reasons you must play sports as a student.
Author: M Azam Mahmood
Professor Dr Bushra Mirza was appointed the permanent vice chancellor of Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) for four years in July 2019.
Author: Arslan Haider
The year 2019 was another year of overall disappointment for the education sector, as little of the perennially promised reforms came to light, writes Ammar Sheikh.
Author: Ammar Sheikh.
With well over 16 months’ worth of experience under its belt, it is time the PTI government begins delivering on the promises it made with regards to education and reforms in the sector. We look at things that might unfold as the year 2020 moves ahead.
Author: intsab Sahi
If there is one person who knows education in Pakistan like the back of one’s hand, it is Baela Raza Jamil. Cutting a towering figure, she has been a leading voice calling for educational reforms, and has led the movement from the front with various policy suggestions, frameworks and research
Author: Sehrish Khan
Be it the terrorist attack on a mosque in New Zealand or the skirmish between Pakistan and India, events like these capture the attention of the world. In a much larger canvas, the event and what follows become a case study contributing to the academic field of International Relations. Aisha Saeed discusses how the field of IR is as relevant as it ever was.
Author: Aisha Saeed
Teenagers from China’s wealthiest regions have outdone students in some of the richest countries of the world in an annual international test taken for reading, math and science.
Author: M Azam Mahmood
Pakistan is a country with a rich literary history and home to hundreds of thousands of literature enthusiasts. From poets, essayists to novelists, the country has produced some of the finest writers of modern times.
With Higher Education Commission of Pakistan being the apex regulatory body of educational institutions in Pakistan, it often finds itself at the receiving end of almost all criticism aimed at the state of higher education in Pakistan. But is it the only culprit? Dr Sameen Motahhir explains why it isn’t.
Author: Sameen Motahhir
In this age of forced competition, parental pressure to start getting kids ‘educated’ begins much before the child can take the first step. That is really, very wrong, writes Sameera Hashim.
Author: Sameera Hashim
The new year often brings in new hope and renewed resolve to set one’ own house in order. But the motivation is often fleeting. Mahrukh Nadeem writes how you can stay focused on your goals in 2020.
Author: Mahrukh Nadeem
Think tanks are fast becoming the go-to resource for paving to the way towards a career in research. Syeda Ailiya tells us what think tanks are all about and how you can be part of one.
Author: Sayed Aliya Naqvi
DigiSkills Training Program: Helping Pakistani Youth Become Their Own Masters
Battling with a full plate of issues like energy crisis, poverty, corruption and international debts since the past 15 months, the PTI government is slowly inching forwards to set the course of the country right.
Author: Hammad Anwar