Letters

Letter: Women education—Key to progress

Women play a vital role in the progress of country and they possess crucial role in the society. A female possesses four features and is very worthy in all her shapes. Without good nourishment of mother, a child is like soulless body. A successful man always succeeds  owing to a wife and a father always likes to share with his ...

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 Letter: One year completed but no 3G and EVO facility in Kalat 

Almost one year ago on 21st February 2017, for unknown reasons the internet facility of 3G services of different mobile companies and EVO internet service of Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL)   was suspended in Kalat. Since the suspension of internet services people are facing various. People in Kalat can only avail internet service through Broadband of PTCL or DSL but it ...

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Letter: End the cycle of cheating in exams of Balochistan

One of the major causes of failure of the educational system in Balochistan, is cheating. Whether it is school or college level, our students have become habitual of never trying to attempt their papers using their own mind rather than cheating. On the other hand, the biggest cause of cheating is lack of syllabus and proper teaching methodologies. For instance; ...

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Letter: UN Report brings Pakistan in one of the main focus countries for gender inequality

Recently the United Nations released a report on gender equality for its Sustainable Development Agenda 2030 with Pakistan being one of the main four countries in focus.  The report concluded that 12 percent of women in Pakistan (4.9 million) aged 18-49 are simultaneously deprived in four Sustainable Development Goals-related dimensions including child marriages, education, healthcare and employment. Moreover, the data ...

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Letter: Rising unemployment in Balochistan

According to a report, yearly 25, 000 people are graduated from Balochistan but unfortunately none of them can secure jobs and almost there are no private jobs in the province. Government of Balochistan is also unable to provide job opportunities. Currently China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is being termed very important for development of province and job opportunities for youth but still no one can hope because the ...

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Letter: No career counseling in Balochistan

Balochistan is the most illiterate province of Pakistan. Most of the people here are enrolled in laboring activities rather than planning for their future with an educational degree. Baloch people are blamed for giving no partiality to education but no one has ever tried to know the causes of the backwardness of Balochistan. Student who pass metric with the high ...

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Letter: Immediate actions needed to solve Sewerage and sanitation issues in Khuzdar

Khuzdar possesses great geographical feature and is the second most populous district of Balochistan. Khuzdar is one of the most important commercial hubs of Balochistan and it is making progress by leaps and bounds. It will be among top commercial hubs of Balochistan in near future due to CPEC projects. I regret to say that the city has been suffering ...

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Letter: Ongoing educational crisis in Balochistan

It is indeed a clear indication from the results of B.A, B.Sc and the recently conducted medical entrance test by HEC on 4th of February for Bolan university of health sciences and other three newly constructed medical colleges of Balochistan that education emergency in Balochistan has woefully backslided. Last year HEC was accredited to conduct the medical entrance test by ...

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Letter: Judicial Activism 

Once again, judicial activism in Pakistan is on historic rise. Nearly more than a dozen of suo moto notices have been taken by honorable chief justice of Pakistan within one and half month that is undoubtedly unprecedented in the history of Supreme Court. This judicial spree has sparked a new debate among legal luminaries and other intellectuals that whether judicial ...

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Letter: BS program—a great educational reform

Educational revolutionary step- Bachelor Studies (BS) programs- has been introduced by the Higher Education Commission (HEC) in academic institutes across the Pakistan. So far it has been implemented in most of the colleges and universities.  BS program is an undergraduate academic degree program with duration of  four years and it is a semester system. It is very advantageous for the ...

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