The first phase of a program aimed at teaching the Chinese language to youth in Thar has been completed with heartening results. A top official of Sino Sindh Resources Private Limited (SSRL), a local subsidiary of Shanghai Electric, said that…
Agriculture Experts, academicians, representatives of research institutes, and progressive growers have expressed concern over the ‘Panama Fusarium wilt’ attack on the banana crop in Sindh and suggested training farmers and taking precautionary measures to protect crops from potential disease while…
Sindh Health Minister Dr. Azra Fazal Pechuho inaugurated the new mortuary at Jinnah Sindh Medical University (JSMU). The provincial health minister was received by Vice-Chancellor JSMU Professor Amjad Siraj Memon along with Executive Director Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Center Professor Shahid…
Uncertainty looms over the reopening of educational institutions across the country, as the provincial and Federal governments have failed to agree on potential dates for easing the lock-down and resuming academic sessions.
After more than five decades of exemplary service to the community, Dow Medical College has become become part of the Dow University of Health Sciences. Here’s all you need to know about it.
Dow Medical College, or what has now become the Dow University of Health Sciences, is among the oldest institutions of medical education in Pakistan and one that is highly prized by aspiring medical students across the country.
Sindh Education and Literacy Minister Jam Mahtab Hussain officially launched the Sindh Non-Formal Education Policy (NFE) on Wednesday. The NFE was earlier approved by Sindh Cabinet on October 5, 2017. School Education and Literacy Department (SELD) Secretary Iqbal Durrani, USAID Deputy Mission Director John Smith-Sreen and representatives of other development agencies like UNICEF and JICA attended the event.
Regularised teachers include those who cleared NTS test for contractual appointment as well as those who cleared Sindh and Iqra University tests
Following several violent police crackdowns and baton charge on Sindh teachers protesting for regularisation and promotions for the past several; days, the province’s chief minister has finally issued directives for the regularisation of 21,000 teachers, besides approving promotion of others.
The never-ending tussle between centre and provinces over power has again come to the fore
The cold war between the Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan and provincial educational authorities is seeing another battle, as both Punjab and Sindh provinces have directed vice chancellors of public sector universities in their jurisdiction not to attend a VCs’ conference called by HEC in Lahore.
The historic Government College Hyderabad in Sindh province has been elevated to the rank of a university by Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah. The chief minister made the announcement while addressing the centennial celebrations of the college’s foundation.
Following the loss of humanitarians extraordinaire Abdul Sattar Edhi and Dr Ruth Pfau within a span of a few months, Pakistan has lost another one of its hidden gems. Leelavati Harchandani, commonly known as Dadi Leela, remained a devoted advocate for girls’ right to education throughout her life spanning over a 100 years. Born on December 201, 1916, Dadi Leela passed away on September 14, 2017 following a prolonged illness.