Tag Archives: Education

Literacy Day Seminar: Government Urged to Promote Mother Tongues

Adnan Aamir Quetta – International literacy day seminar stressed on the need of promoting mother tongues as a medium of instruction to improve literacy in Balochistan, on Thursday. A seminar titled “Role of Literacy in Sustainable development: In Balochsitan’s perspective” was held in Balochi Academy to belatedly observe international literacy day which is observed on 8th September. Seminar was organized ...

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Seminar in BMC Reiterates Importance of Education

Aziz Ejaz Quetta – One day Seminar conducted in Bolan Medical College (BMC) reiterated the importance of education in current era, on Wednesday. Seminar titled “Importance of Education in Current Era for the Nations” was held under the auspices of Baloch Students Action Committee (BSAC) Shaal Zone. BSAC is an informal group of Baloch students studying all over Pakistan that ...

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Bleak Future of Balochistan Educational Sector

Akhtar Baloch The overall educational sector of Balochistan has failed to provide quality education because it lacks qualified human resources and sufficient schools and infrastructure. According to Policy planning and Implementation Unit (PPIU) there is only one middle school for approximately 9 primary schools. Total there are 10,585 primary schools and 1,165 middle schools; most of which lack basic facilities ...

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Editorial: Intermediate Result Debacle

As per the result announced by Balochistan Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BBISE) 71 percent candidate, out of 26,882 that appeared in exams, could not pass it. Those who passed the exams have also scored lower marks, on average. As expected, Intermediate students who were victimized by BBISE took the streets. On 6th September, almost 3,000 students protested outside ...

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Plight of Education in Balochistan

Zafar ullah Musyani On 5th September, Balochistan Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BBISE) Quetta announced the annual result of intermediate exams. According to the chairman board only 7,710 students out of 26,880 passed the examination. Whereas 19,173 candidates failed in the exams. Likewise, this time the result depicted a dark future of Balochistan. And, it also evolved several questions ...

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Educational Emergency Fiasco

Fida Baloch Recently announced intermediate results showed the real face of steps taken by the Government of Balochistan in the name of “Educational Emergency.” Only 28% students were able to pass the exams and from those passed almost half stets have secured marks in second and third division. This clearly shows flaws in educational system that must be solved. This ...

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Letter: Intermediate Result Fiasco

Recently the board of Balochistan Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BBISE) announced the intermediate result which stunned the students. Only 26.68 percent of students were declared pass, out of 26,883 candidates which appeared in exams. Majority of candidates who had worked hard for the intermediate exams will not be able to apply for entry tests due to the low ...

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Controversial Exam Results: Students Protested Against Board

Adnan Aamir Quetta – Around 3,000 students took the streets to protest against controversial result of Intermediate exams declared by Balochistan Board of Intermediate and Secondary education (BBISE), on Monday. Intermediate result declared by BBISE on Saturday shocked everyone because only 28.68 percent candidates were declared successful. Result became controversial from the outset due to errors in marks of hundreds ...

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Intermediate Result: Students Protest Against Balochistan Board

Sami Parvez Quetta – Students who had taken Intermediate exams have severely criticized Balochistan Board of Intermediate and Secondary education (BBISE), in aftermath of the result.   BBISE announced Intermediate result on 5th September and only 28.68 percent of stands were declared pass. Out of 26,883 candidates that appeared in exams only 7,710 candidates were declared successful. Out of 26,883 ...

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Shortage of Libraries In Quetta

Jamil Ahmed Libraries play a pivotal role in the development of a country and produce great scholars, teachers, good leaders, honest government officials and create employment opportunities.  Moreover, it reduces the crime rate in the country, for instance, if the public are busy in their studies then they will be far away from the bad practices.  Unfortunately, in the state ...

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