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Letter: Online classes

Government has announced lock down due to which the HEC (High Education Commission) directed the universities across the Pakistan to conduct online classes to overcome the educational loss of students. Universities have started online classes, but almost 94 percent students are facing many issues in these online classes. Teachers do not have the expertise to teach online and Because of ...

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Letter: Book fair in Karachi University

Books are the sources which create the ability of understanding, behaving and bringing solemnity in the attitude or conversation of a human being, Therefore, as educational sector Karachi University is conducting a book fair seminar on every year for 3 days. This year again Karachi University will conduct three days’ book fair but a lots of students including me are ...

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Letter: Drug Addiction in Pakistan

Drug addiction is one of the old and main issues of Pakistan. A rapid increase has been observed in its usage and supply not only in backward and far-flung areas of the country but also in so-called developed cities of Pakistan. The abuse of drug has affected every second being everywhere in the country. Drug that should have been a ...

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Letter: Winder needs ATM machines

Winder is a very beautiful and developing city in Balochistan. Unfortunately, there are no ATM machines, and people are facing a lot of problems due to the discussed issue. Also, they go to other cities for receiving cash.  I request to the concerned authorities of the Banks to establish ATM machines in Winder city.  Rasan Qadir  Published in The Balochistan Point ...

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Letter: The dismal condition of Civil Hospital Quetta

Quetta is the capital of Balochistan, also the biggest city of province. There is no denying fact that lack of primary facilities Civil Hospital put the patients in difficulties. Further, the deplorable condition of Civil Hospital has become a question mark for present government in Balochistan. There are a large number of patients from far flung areas who come for ...

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Letter: The miserable condition of library in UoB

No doubt, libraries play paramount role for students and libraries provide opportunities to them to access the books. Libraries are very important in a city where students can calmly study without any disturbance. Being student of University of Balochistan I myself visit there and see the poor condition of library which makes disappoint. Further, where students are facing countless problems ...

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Bad sewerage system of Quetta city

No doubt, Balochistan is the richest province of Pakistan. However, it is facing multidimensional problems. Even though the capital city, Quetta lacks fundamental needs. There are several problems; among them the sewerage system is on top. During rainy season people face huge impediments due to aggravated sewerage system. One cannot walk on the streets when it rains because of drain ...

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Letter: Educational issues in Balochistan

Balochistan is the richest province of Pakistan, but unfortunately it has been neglected since the beginning. It produces everything, from gas to coal and minerals. However, besides these all Balochistan faces acute problems such as illiteracy, low quality education, worst health system and various other issues. For education, the issue is so grave. 2.3 million children are out of school. ...

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Letter: Deteriorating condition of Education in Awaran

Education is a blessing for every individual. It plays a crucial role in development of a nation. Unfortunately, the people of Balochistan are deprived of quality education in general and Awaran in particular. There are many ghost schools in Awaran. In recent report, there are total 132 schools in Jahao and 87 of them are closed. Moreover, there are 94 ...

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Letter: Avoiding harassment through gender studies

There can be many other major and minor root causes of barbaric attack on women’s identities but whatever girls are encountering in educational institutions is an obvious dilemma of males, not knowing the ethical, socio-culture and religious principles on females’ identity. Therein, the educational academies the dichotomy of equality-differences are often hierarchies in obscure side of unlikeness. That can lead to ...

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