Letters

Letter: Alandoor Village Needs Schools

Alandoor is a village of Zamuran sub-tehsil of District Kech. There is only one government school in Alandoor village which doesn’t get any attention from government authorities. Majority of children are deprived of getting education due to lack of basic facilities such as teachers, chairs, desks, water coolers and many more. There are only 2-3 teachers in the only school ...

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Letter: No Water in Government Schools of Turbat

There is no drinking water available in government schools of Turbat. Drinking water is a must to have item for daily routine but government schools of Turbat are deprived of it. Schools in Turbat lack form many basic amenities but still students can manage without them. However the case of water is different and unavailability of water in summer season ...

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Letter: Quality of Education in Pakistan

The aim and purpose of writing this letter is to highlight the issues of education in Pakistan. Education is the most powerful tool to make a country peaceful. In fact educated persons can build up a developed nation. However, in Pakistan there is on value of education. In addition many people don’t have enough resources to get education. As a ...

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Letter: Dismal State of Education in Balochistan

If we think of education in Balochistan, a disappointing result comes in front of us. Firstly there are no steps taken by the state on education here and in the schools a poor quality education is imparted to the students. Yes, the government is establishing several school buildings in the province but it cannot bring any change until the quality ...

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Letter: Lassitude Of Balochistan Public Service Commission

Balochistan Public Service Commission (BPSC) is supposed to be the most transparent organization in conducting test for civil services and high grade positions. Unfortunately, it has become an epitome of lethargy. After advertising vacant positions, the whole process from submission of applications to conducting test takes minimum five to six months. The later procedure of result and interview and final ...

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Letter: State of Education in Balochistan

Balochistan, the largest province of Pakistan is most backward in terms of Education. Even insurgency-ridden FATA has been ranked better then Balochistan. There are number of factors for this dismal state of Education, mainly; deprivation of Quality Education by not establishing institutes such as Government College University Lahore, Quaid-e-Azam University and so on. Apart from that, Feudalism, Negligence of Politicians ...

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Letter: BPSC Website Should Be Improved

New Chairman of Balochistan Public Service Commission (BPSC) Justice (R) Mehta Kailash Nath Kohli is playing a crucial role in reforming the whole system that was tarnished and stigmatized by the corrupt ex-Chairman. New chairman is a ray of hope for the aspirants who had been badly disheartened during ex-Chairman’s tenure. The mounting reformative and merit based policies of new ...

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Letter: Attention Towards Youth Is Inevitable

Youth in any society makes up a significant portion of total population and hence they are backbone of the society. Balochistan government is paying attention on youth and that’s why they are addicted in drugs and involved in anti-social activities. Consequently crimes ratio is increasing due to ignoring the youth. Youth are fed up of their lives due to disappointment ...

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Letter: Price Hike In Turbat

Prices of goods of daily usage are increasing day by day in Turbat. Especially the prices of edible items are sky rocketing. Shopkeepers are increasing the prices of all products at their will and district administration is nowhere to be seen. Holy Month of Ramzan has started and the shopkeepers have started their exploitative practices with it. In civilized societies ...

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Letter: Target Killing In Islamabad

Islamabad the Capital city of Pakistan is well-known for its peace. Recently on 17th of June, two men were gunned down by unknown persons at 6 pm in I-10 sector of Islamabad. Peace is hard to find in our country now. Who is responsible for the killing two innocents, who were selling the fruit at I-10 Markaz? These brutal murders ...

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