Education

CM Balochistan pledges to fully support NGOs working in education and health sectors

Quetta: Pledging to fully support Non- Governmental Organizations (NGOs) working for the promotion of education and health sectors in the province, Chief Minister Balochistan, Nawab Sanaullah khan Zehri has said that government viewed such NGOs working for the welfare with great respect and reverence. He was talking to delegation of Muslim Hands Pakistan headed by his President Mr. Syed Bakht ...

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Neglecting female education in Balochistan

By: Sana Samad In last few years, the female literacy rate has increased in the country but instead of growing it is opposite in Balochistan. The literacy rate of female in Balochistan has decreased rapidly just due to not getting any attention from government. Balochistan is the most backward province in every regard. The female are not encouraged to get ...

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Increased Education Spending Over Five Years Failed to Change the Dismal Condition of Education in Balochistan

By: Mariyam Suleman Children in the resource rich province of Balochistan have always had low access to basic education. Despite doubling the education budget in five years, the province as a whole did not make significant improvement in educating its children. Balochistan Education Spending Doubled in Five Years In the last five years education budget spiked, yet majority of the ...

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Education Department will conduct training for private school teachers: DEO Kalat

Kalat: District Education officer Kalat Sher Ahmed Sumalani has said that education department would conduct professional training for teachers of private schools in Kalat in order to transfer new approaches and teaching techniques. This was shared in a meeting held with principals of private schools at district education office Kalat on Saturday. Mr. Sumalani appreciated efforts of private schools for ...

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Gwadar Youth Forum Conducted the First Ever “Educational Jirga”

By: Mariyam Suleman Gwadar: Gwadar Youth Forum (GYF) conducted the first ever “Educational Jirga” in the history of the coastal city this Saturday in Syed Zahoor Shah Hashmi Auditorium. A large number of youth, specially high school and college students and teachers attended the event where as the Chief guests were the Chairman of Gwadar Port Authority Dostain Khan Jamaldini, ...

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Hundreds of books found dumped in garbage at District Education Office Kech

Shoaib Durrazai Turbat: Hundreds of books of Balochistan Text Book Board have been dumped in garbage at District Education Office Kech. It should be noted that these books  were being terminate-ridden that is why they threw the in garbage. These books had been sent by Balochistan Text Book Board for free distribution in the government schools but the distribution never took ...

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The poor educational system in Balochistan

Munaj Gul Muhammad Balochistan is the largest and well-off province in Pakistan. Unluckily, the government is not paying any attention towards the educational betterment and health improvement which are the rudimentary needful for a province. Apart from this, Baloch youths are deprived of the meat-and-potatoes opportunities for gaining a majestic education and most of the schools are broken where there ...

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Ignoring education sectors

By: Shayhak Nazir Jusaki The world believes that education is the backbone of a nation. It plays a vital role to builds someone or something. Without it a man is considered nothing, while one opens the history of the world, then we come to know that how the people passed their lives thousands year ago. Absolutely, they were in the ...

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Empowering Youth through Education and Skills Development is key to Sustainable Development: UNHCR

Quetta: Empowering youth through education and skills development is key to stability and sustainable development, said UNHCR’s Assistant High Commissioner Mr. George Okoth-Obbo while speaking at the inauguration ceremony of the Women Technical Training Centre in Loralai district in Balochistan. UNHCR’s Assistant High Commissioner Mr. George Okoth-Obbo stressed the need for concerted efforts by all stakeholders to empower youth through education and ...

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Quality Education in Mother Languages Vital to Success of 2030 Agenda – UN

Paris: Mother languages are essential to providing quality education, which in turn supports the achievement of the new global development agenda, the head of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) said on the International Day established to promote the preservation and protection of all languages used by peoples of the world. Marking International Mother Language Day, UNESCO ...

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