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Job securing aspirants in UoB , await for recruitment

Job securing aspirants in UoB , await for recruitment

By: Aziz Ejaz It has been almost two years the aspirants for the vacant positions of lecturers in university of Balochistan had taken the screening test under National Testing Service (NTS). After announcement of the final result the aspirants kicked the ways open for their preparations to face the selection boards of their subjects respectively. However, their aspirations unluckily seem ...

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Poor education sector of Balochistan

Poor education sector of Balochistan

By: Sarfaraz Shah Balochistan is the largest province of Pakistan but unfortunately, no revolutionary steps have been taken for the development of education sector. The system of education in Balochistan is extremely poor despite being the well-to-do province of the country. It is suffering from severe education problems in the past several years. Shockingly, illiteracy is increasing at an alarming ...

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BSAC: On the way to find the creams of society

BSAC: On the way to find the creams of society

By: Aziz Ejaz Baloch Student Action Committee (BSAC )is a non-profitable committee and has no links with any political party. BSAC has been a symbol of change with its strict policies regarding the lapses that have wrapped up the whole educational system of the province into its cancerous strike.  As the educational matters and situations are concerned, Balochistan with such ...

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 Balochistan Basic Education Programme Inaugurated

 Balochistan Basic Education Programme Inaugurated

 QUETTA: The Balochistan Basic Education Programme (BBEP) was inaugurated by the Governor of Balochistan, Muhammad Khan Achakzai at a ceremony held in Quetta Wednesday. The Minister for Education, Abdul Rahim Ziaratwal, Ambassador of the European Union to Pakistan, Jean-Francois Cautain, UNICEF Representative in Pakistan, Ms. Angela Kearney and many senior officials, donors and development partners were present on the occasion. ...

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MoU signed between UoT and IMS Peshawar

MoU signed between UoT and IMS Peshawar

TURBAT: A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between University of Turbat (UoT) and Institute of Management Sciences, Peshawar (IMS) to establish formal relationship between either institution of higher learning to promote the higher education in Pakistan in the fields of common interest and sharing of IMS Information Technology resources including Learning Management System and IMS Examination System as well ...

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Letter: Education problem in Balochistan

Letter: Education problem in Balochistan

 In this technology era, the most important but education in Balochistan has been the most neglected sector, which is creating more problems for the upcoming generation. Mostly the education of women and girls has been in gloomy.  Although the women illiteracy rate in Pakistan is 80 percent and still growing. It is unfortunate that the education of rural women in ...

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Education and our ruling flouts

Education and our ruling flouts

By: Ejaz Magsi The education system in Pakistan seems very adverse; it is believed to that  4.1 children are out of schools according to the UNDP report 2015. Policies that have been made for education sector are known to be not improving and making it more productive. The illiteracy rate has rapidly increased, unemployment seems as talking to sky, in ...

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Volume III: A Roadmap to Transform Maths and Science Education

Volume III: A Roadmap to Transform Maths and Science Education

Quetta: Pakistani schools (especially government schools) are producing unacceptably low levels of learning outcomes in maths and science. This represents a significant and deep-rooted challenge to Pakistan’s economic growth. The average maths score for Class VIII students in the National Education Assessment System (NEAS) exams conducted in 2014 was 461 out of 1,000 The average maths score for Class IV ...

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Letter: Importance of education

Letter: Importance of education

Education plays an important role in our lives. Because it is true that education is key to success. Without education nothing is possible in the world.   It plays a significant role in the development of our society.  Education brings many changes in our society. If we want to develop our society, then we should get education.    The educated people ...

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 Declining Health and education sectors of Balochistan

 Declining Health and education sectors of Balochistan

By: Mohammad Ishaq Nasar Balochistan is regarded as one of the largest unit of Pakistan in terms of area. It covers landmass of 347,190 square km which is one and a half times greater than the UK. Beyond doubt, the Province is widely enriched in all sorts of minerals resources. Strategically, it has prodigious importance as it connects land lock ...

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