Pledge To Work For Girls’ Education

WASHINGTON: The First Lady of Pakistan Begum Kalsum Nawaz Sharif attended a special ceremony and cultural show that was hosted by her counterpart from the host country Michelle Obama in the White House on Thursday. It was also attended by prime minister's daughter Maryam Nawaz who was invited by Michelle Obama

Lessons On Constitution In Curricula Urged

Higher Education Commission (HEC) urged the government to include lessons on the country’s constitution in the curricula at public education institutes. CCEP executive director Zafarullah Khan said democracy could flourish in the country only if all citizens could participate in debates on all issues of national importance. He suggested that extra-curricular activities

AIOU Finalises Plan To Upgrade Educational Facilities In Jails

ISLAMABAD: The Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) has finalised plan for upgrading educational facilities in jails throughout the country. The university will ensure provision of free of cost books, various relevant forms and prospectuses, and management of classes at jail premises. The plan will be implemented in collaboration with jail authorities with

Balochistan traced presence of 234,000 ghost students in the province

QUETTA: After ghost schools and ghost teachers, the government of Balochistan has now traced presence of 234,000 ghost students in the province which is already lagging behind other provinces in terms of literacy rate. The ghost students were ‘enrolled’ by officers of education department and teachers to show maximum number of

Companies pledge to educate 7 million people in 7 days

KARACHI: “If we don’t act today, our world and our lives will remain under threat,” Unilever Pakistan Limited’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Ehsan Malik said in a press conference on Friday, pledging they would reach 7 million people in the next seven days and educate them about United Nations’ Global