Education

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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Jaffarabad: 90% of Education Development Budget Not Released Yet

Jaffarabad: After 7 months of passing of fiscal year 2015-16, 90% of education development budget of Jaffarabad district has not been released yet. This was revealed in a budget tracking convention held under the auspices of Alif Ailan and SHADE to discuss the spending of district education budget and highlighting the hurdles in the release of funds, on Thursday. A ...

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Daughter of A Provincial Minister Promoted From Grade 17 To 19 Overnights

QUETTA: In an example of nepotism at University of Balochistan (UOB), daughter of a provincial minister was promoted from grade 17 to grade 19 overnights. Bakht Zareen daughter of Abdul Rahim Zairatwal who is provincial minister for Information, Parliamentary affairs and Information technology received the promotion in UOB. Mr. Zairatwal is also parliamentary leader for Pashtunkhaw Milli Awami Party (PKMAP) ...

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