Education

NOC issued to UoT for launching M.Phil program in Chemistry

TURBAT: Quality Assurance Division (QAD) of Higher Education Commission (HEC) has issued NoC to University of Turbat for launching M.Phil program in the department of Chemistry. This NOC was issued to the Turbat University after meeting the all pre-requisites and criteria set by HEC for launching M.Phil Program in the institutions of higher learning. Praising the passionate efforts put in ...

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725 new primary schools will be established in Balochistan

QUETTA: Government of Balochistan has planned to establish 725 new primary schools in the province under five-year education plan under which not only new schools will be set up but all existing schools will be upgraded. According to the media reports, quoting official sources, said that under the plan 725 new primary schools will be established. Five hundred schools will be ...

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Women: A Snubbed Entity       

By: Munaj Gul Baloch The world would have lost its beauty if the women were not created by Almighty, because a woman is called the first social institution for a child, a family and a nation. But it is with no surprise that in every walk of life, women are being treated as if they are not part of this ...

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Turbat: From Fortunate to Unfortunate Reign

By: Durr BiBi Ishaque  I know that the title of this piece is title bizarre. It should be unfortunate to fortunate because we should move from badness to goodness, not from goodness to badness; order of human nature. But it’s fortune of Baloch which is itself bad. Firstly, I talk about what is a fortunate life? Fortune maybe luxurious for ...

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Schools in hometown of CM Balochistan need priority based attention  

By: Ubaid Zehri   KHUZDAR: Zehri, a tehsil of district Khuzdar and hometown of Chief Minister of Balochistan Nawab Sana Ullah Khan Zehri requires a priority based attention in education sector. According to the citizens of tehsil Zehri the primary and middle level schools of Zehri lack basic facilities. Talking to the Balochistan Point, resident of Zehri and social activist ...

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Discrimination against Balochistan – A big flaw of Islamabad

By: Muntaha Fatima Balochistan is the 4rth largest province of Pakistan comprising of 347,190 sq kilometer, having the population of 13millions people. It has reservoirs of Natural resources, minerals, Sui gas hence playing an important role in development of Pakistan by contributing in fuel requirements. It has amazing tourist spots including Hanna lake, Hangol national park, Astola Island that also ...

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HEC urges universities in Balochistan to avail provided opportunities

QUETTA:   The executive director of Higher Education Commission has urged the universities to benefit from various HEC initiatives like Technology Development Fund, National Research Programme for Universities and University-Industry Technology Support Programme. He offered these opportunities in a meeting on ‘University- Industry Linkages’ at Balochistan University of Information Technology, Engineering and Management Sciences, Quetta. The meeting, chaired by HEC Executive ...

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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

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

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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