Tag Archives: Education

University Of Balochistan: A Den Of Corruption

University of Balochistan (UOB) is the largest and oldest university of the province. All the colleges of the provinces are accredited by this university and therefore it has pivotal role in the education of Balochistan. Current administration of UOB has been repeatedly blamed by different quarters for turning UOB into a den of corruption. On Saturday, different student organizations carried ...

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GC University: Two Baloch Students Secured Gold Medals

Lahore – Two Baloch students secured Gold Medals in the 13th convocation of Government College (GC) University Lahore, on Friday. Jasim Ali a student of BS Philosophy secured gold medal by scoring CGPA of 3.38 and standing first in the batch, learnt The Balochistan Point. Bangul Khan Bugti secured the Gold Medal in BS Political Science by scoring a CGPA of ...

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Book Fair Held In University Of Balochistan

Quetta – A book fair was held in University of Balochistan (UOB) in order to market world books day, on Thursday. Book Fair was organized in education department of UOB from 9 AM to 2 PM. Book fair was arranged by two non-governmental Organizations namely; ActionAid and DOST Balochistan. Book fair was attended by students of UOB in large numbers. ...

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Educational Emergency: No Girls High School In Panjpai Town

Quetta – Panjpai, a sub-Tehsil of Quetta district doesn’t have a single girl’s high school, learnt The Balochistan Point. Panjpai is a town of over 10,000 people and it’s situated at a distance of 80 Kilometer from provincial capital of Quetta. Only Boy’s High School of the town was established in 1978 and there is not a single girls High ...

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Jaffarabad: Protest Against Nepotism In Recruitment

Ghulam Ali Bugti Jaffarabad – People of Jaffarabad protested against nepotism in recruitment of different positions in education department, on Thursday. Protestors were carrying placards that carried slogans against the practice of nepotism in the district. Protestors blamed government parties for selecting their man in violation of merit. “Government officials had recruited their favorite candidates prior to the recruitment process ...

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Letter: Stop Cheating In Sindh And Balochistan

Undoubtedly, merit is the foundation upon which countries develop. However in Pakistan no department is found without corruption. Education is fundamental right of every citizen but the institutions that are supposed to impart education are infested with corruption. Cheating during examinations is rampant in Sindh and Balochistan. Who is responsible for this? Cheating in exams destroys the future of the ...

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Analysis Of Performance Of Balochistan Government

Imran Baloch After the elections of 11 may 2013, Dr. Abdul Malik Baloch was elected from Turbat city as a member of Provincial assembly (MPA). It was for the first time in the history of Balochistan that a person was nominated and elected Chief Minister (CM) of Balochistan from Makran division. Political workers and common people appreciated this decision of ...

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Jaffarabad: Unfair Recruitment In Education Sector Of Balochistan

A candidate narrates how he was deprived of his right in job selection in Jaffarabad district of Balochistan. Government of Balochistan had announced earlier that recruitments of Secondary Education will be held by under the supervision Deputy Commissioner (DC) of concerned district so that transparency can be ensured. Written exams for Junior Clerks (BPS-7) for education department in Jaffarabad were ...

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Balochistan: Politicizing Education

Adnan Aamir Balochistan is considered the most backward province in Pakistan; and one of the reasons for this backwardness is the poor state of education. The literacy rate in Balochistan, standing at 39 percent, is the lowest when compared with all other provinces. Over 2.3 million children are out of school and there is lack of basic infrastructure and facilities ...

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Excuse Of Law And Order: PCSIR Closes Technical Center In Quetta

Quetta – Precision Systems Training Center (PSTC) Quetta has been closed by Pakistan Council of Scientific and Industrial research (PCSIR) owing to deteriorating law and order situation, reported Daily Balochistan Express. PSTC was established in the year 1987 with a total cost of Rs, 63.646 million by PCSIR. PSTC conducted a 3 years diploma in Precision Mechanical & Instrument Technology. ...

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