Saturday, January 31, 2015

NUML group aims to get University of North Texas in United States fellowship



Islamabad: The fourth group of the National University of Modern Languages (NUML), Islamabad, is about to take a fellowship program UNT numl at the University of North Texas in United States claim.

The group of nine young university graduates, scientists and teachers receive their tickets and health cards, participate in the program for two months.

In a simple ceremony, Rector Major General (r) Masood Hasan and Director General (DG) Brig Azam Jamal tickets and insurance cards issued to MPhil and PhD scholars of English Studies Department, including eight women and one man .

Brigade Chancellor (r) Saeed Akhtar Malik and Dr. Saeed Sheikh, Head of English Studies Department were also present at the ceremony. This group of researchers selected nine numl: University of North Texas (UNT) go January 22, 2015.

This group will continue to research and academic culture at the University is increasing at UNT the Research Grants Program, part of an academic three-year partnership between numl and UNT. A total of 18 students and 26 faculty members visited the scholarship program to date.

In an interview with faculty, Rector Major General (r) Masood Hasan said, that chance was to get to a trust for scientists and assimilate the latest research and pedagogical practices at UNT and then apply them to your own environment and class. In addition, the majority of women in the group would help you get your message that women's education and empowerment was also encouraged and supported in our society. It is your behavior that makes them see your country through your eyes, he added.

Friday, January 30, 2015

PUNJAB University has awarded PhD degrees



LAHORE, according to a press release / o Muhammad Yaqub has a PhD on the subject of education, after the approval of his thesis entitled "Influence of formative assessment on student achievement in science," Kashif- UR s Imtiaz Ali Rehman s / o Abdur Rehman Nasir in Zoology from the observation of his thesis entitled "genitive polymorphisms of cytochrome P450 gene with resistance associated with Pakistan cardiac patients, clopidogrel," Tariq Javed s / o Muhammad Ali in the field of molecular after finding his thesis entitled "studies on the therapeutic potential of medicinal plants against hepatitis C virus "and Huma Lodhi d / o Masood Ahmed Khan Lodhi in the subject of education, after finding his dissertation entitled" The perception of future teachers :. professional regulations of the desired components in the national professional standards for teachers in Pakistan "

Thursday, January 29, 2015

Punjab Higher Education Commission (PHEC) to focus on social sciences



LAHORE recently President of the Commission of Higher Education appointed Punjab (PHEC) Dr Mohammad Nizam-ud-Din said that the new National Commission on social science issues, human sciences, as they focus are as important as the science.

He was speaking at the launch of a book Nau'abadiati Ta'leemi Dhanchey Tasalsal ka "(continuity of colonial education Structure) of M Masood Khalid Punjab Institute of Language, Art & Culture (PILAC) Wednesday.

Dr. Nizam not agree with the author, the current education system in Pakistan was a continuation of the colonial education system, saying that no foreign agenda, which was promoted through education in the country. He said that no foreign funding or assistance for the education sector with the exception of specific projects. "Coming Most of these resources in the context of technical assistance," he said, adding, ". But the country has benefited from loans to the sector of education and other social services" The former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Gujrat Dr Nizam, social sciences, humanities had been neglected in the past, adding that now the PHEC would focus on those areas neglected. "We need more investment in this area," he said while stressing the importance of these areas for the overall development of society.

Masood Khalid said his last book was part of a series on colonial education. He spoke of economic, administrative and political structures during the British rule and the 1835 education policy was not primarily productive. "All political education in Pakistan are in fact very continuation of this policy," he said. He spoke of uncontrolled privatization of education in Pakistan.

At the University of Haripur VC Dr. Nasser Ali Khan emphasized the need for a shift in thinking with reality and lamented the lack of educational opportunities for the locals. Citing a study by an international NGO few years ago, he said he was actually some 18,000 primary schools in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa-differently than 26,000 claimed by the government. Dr Nasser Ali Khan said divided in 1960, South Korea capita almost similar with Pakistan, but today its admission rate at university was 98 percent, in contrast to Pakistan only eight percent.

The well-known educator Dr Tariq Rahman also spoke on the occasion. Method of maximum start of the event was an excerpt from the book "Nau'abadiati Ta'leemi Dhanchey ka Tasalsal 'also read. PILAC by power outages and unavailability of electricity producers were in the dark room.

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

No future of charity schools in Pakistan



ISLAMABAD: Guidelines from private institutions Regulatory Authority (PIRA) with respect to the safety precautions to be taken by the schools put the future of the charity schools in danger.

School administration, which provide free education for disadvantaged children their institutions working on charity and due to funding constraints, unable to follow the guidelines issued by PIRA, they are.

Trained by a message directed PIRA all schools, with two barbed wire to develop not scalable wall at least 8 feet high accordion feet to set up security forces and install closed circuit television (CCTV) and door solution.

The schools were responsible for compliance with the above list, "regardless of the position and scale."

In the PIRA letter warned that schools must obtain a certificate of Unbedenklichkeits (NOC) of the district after they successfully completed so that they open after the winter holidays again all safety regulations. The letter warns that failure to comply with the guidelines lead to cancellation of the registration.

Owner charity schools say it is almost impossible to elaborate security precautions they should do to take.

Jannat-ul-Firdous, who runs a charity school near Satra Meel Bhara Kahu said: "My school provides free education to 260 students and extends the support of family and friends Now I wonder, a security guard hire and other costly security measures. . It is simply ridiculous, "she said.

"The government discourage me and force me to close this school," she said.

How Jannat-ul-Firdous, Zeba Hussain, head Mashal model school in Bari Imam, free education provides street children said that the Directive PIRA no sense. "I have devoted my life to education to street children. The school has 500 children who do not pay fees. I take no funds for security measures in accordance with the directive of the Provisional IRA. Schools such as the needs of our freed" she said.

Ms Hussain said that if necessary, should the police forces to protect the school.

Tughral Yamin, a retired brigadier general who is the school of charity in Mehrabadi heads also concerned since receipt of the letter of Pira.

"My wife and I run a charity school in Mehrabadi is Islamabad a wealth of shantytowns and slums today. Our goal is to educate poor children in the region in order to fall against crime victim or prevent terrorism, or both. the Directive PIRA is very discouraging for us, "he said.

Brigadier Yamin said in view of the attack on a school in Peshawar December 16 is significantly the underlying spirit of strengthening security in private schools. However, the requirements of a school as those laid her, no regular funding from governmental or non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are out of their reach and make impracticable.

He said the letter from PIRA has the impression that the government abandon their main function is to ensure the safety of citizens and thus private schools, especially those who do not run a business for themselves.

"The letter is anything but reassuring. We were told in no uncertain terms that the security is our responsibility. We have not the means to the safety notes PIRA want to commit and now it's yet another bureaucratic hurdle against -get a notice be removed on compliance to operate after the winter vacation, and our registration. We're in trouble. "He said.

In an interview with the dawn, Dr. Afzal Babur, the president of the private schools network, by the letter PIRA administrators Charity schools had discouraged.

He said all these schools should be excluded and the government should come forward and to the safety of these schools.

"There are about 40 of these schools in Islamabad. These schools offer a public service and do what the government did in the first place," he said.

When contacted, Imtiaz Qureshi, President PIRA defended the letter.

He said that because of security risks, would no school shall not operate without adequate security measures. On the question of how a charity school setting security doors and buy expensive equipment could afford, he said, "profit schools are funded by NGOs, so that it should not be a problem for them. However, would allow cases of schools that have no income checks be, "he said.

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Seminar held for modern education in Islamabad



ISLAMABAD: Religious graphic five schools of thought here has agreed to consider a government proposal to integrate education into their curricula for primary education.

In an effort to streamline education standards in seminaries, representatives of the boards, the trials of madrassas in Barelvi, Shia, Deobandi, Ahle Hadith sect and the Jamaat-i-Islami were members lead to a meeting convened .

The meeting was originally scheduled for Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan of the Minister of the Interior presided, but later was moved to the Ministry of Religious Affairs.

During the meeting, the religious affairs minister Sardar Mohammad Yousuf, a pilot project for members of the seminar also provides contemporary education for students of madrassas.

Moreover, with only one day remaining for the end of 2014, the Minister informed the participants that the pilot project will be launched for three years to life - from 2014 to 2017.

The project would be undertaken in 100 seminars across the country, under which a teacher would in any Madressa for a monthly salary of Rs13,000 to topics in modern education began teaching.

It was also agreed that a working group would be established to streamline the Madressa program, so students can easily adapt to routine school if they wanted to visit them.

The working group will be formed by the Ministry of Religious Affairs have representations of religious councils, Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Religious Affairs.

The copy of the pilot project proposal was promised distributed among the representatives of the religious councils to respond back after consultation with the respective members.

However, all the scholars were unanimous in opposing the term "integration" of these seminars in the proposal.

"This is not true. We are already in the public and education to more students than modern schools," said Mufti Muneebur Rehman Pakistan Tanzeemul Madaris leading the Barelvi sect.

Qari Hanif Jhalandhri of Wafaqul Madaris Al-Arabia, the Board of Directors of the Deobandis; Qazi Hussain Naqvi Riaz and Abdul Haidri of Wafaqul Madaris al Maulana Zafar Yasin Shiites and the Wafaqul Madaris al Salfia (Ahle Hadith) attended the meeting.

Madrassas Jamaat-i-Islami Rabtatul Council, was represented by Maulana Abdul Rehman Malik and Attaur.

Madrassas Ittehad-i-Deenya Tanzeemat - - mutual concern employment issues every five commissions have formed a collective platform.

Qazi Riaz Hussani Naqvi said an agreement between the government and the madrassas in 2010, which should be carried achieved.

"We do not need to reinvent the wheel and repeat the whole exercise," he said, adding, "The government has been negligent in the implementation of the previous agreement."

The meeting was also attended by the Minister of State for Education Engineering Balighur Rehman and officials visited Auqaf departments of four provinces and home departments of Sindh and Balochistan.

Monday, January 26, 2015

Our education system, without any foreign agenda; PHEC Chairman Dr Nizamuddin



LAHORE: Punjab Board of Higher Education (PHEC) President Dr Nizamuddin said that the colonial system is no longer in the country's fashion and the education system, including development programs are carried out by the Pakistani university community .

Dr Nizamuddin said this at the launch of the "Nau abadiatti Taleemi Dhaanchey ka Tasalsal" a book of Muhammad Masood Khalid, the Institute of Punjabi language, Art and Culture Tuesday.

He said science and technology and the scientific method was the same all over the world and it can be no agenda or political Geographic. He said that sociology can vary from one country to another.

He said it was a misunderstanding in the country that foreign forces to continue their program in the country in funding education.

He said Unesco has not provided funds for the operation of the Education for all but the technical support and seminars, etc. Just as he said that the World Bank does not give grants, but loans, and it was the decision of the government how the money should be spent.

The president said that PHEC fashion were no longer being in the interest of youth when we needed technical skills in the program.

He said the PHEC would also focus on philosophy and social sciences. He said to focus on improving at the same time, primary and secondary education is required.

Inter-University Consortium President Prof. Dr. Nasir Ali said, only eight percent of people were able to graduate. He said that higher education has a major role in countries to implement on the path of development.

In public schools offer poor quality education, he said that the application would automatically created for private schools.

Beacon House National University by Dr. Tariq Rehman, Dr Anwaar Ahmed Ashfaq Saleem Mirza Masood Khalid and writers also spoke.

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Pakistan get more schools by Saudi help



ISLAMABAD - Saudi Arabia continue to assist Pakistan in promoting education and for this purpose a huge amount were built for the 40 other schools in the affected areas of the country as a strong sign of solidarity with the people of Pakistan earthquake / flooding.

All existing aid and construction projects are in various districts of Pakistan under the guidelines of Khadim al Haramin Al-Sharifain King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz completed, Dr Khalid M.Al-Othmani said while talking to the media. Was sufficient for the additional 40 elementary construction and colleges in addition to associated universities in other affected areas of Pakistan, he said.

The task of facilitating and building project was a Saudi operation "King Abdullah Campaign relief for Pakistani people (KARCPP)", started working in the areas affected by the floods to provide all equipment necessary for people. Regional Director Dr Khalid KARCPP M.Al-Othmani added that schools would be completed at a cost of $ 15 million, to allow children who had difficulty achieving their academic goals forward.

He also said that the organization had distributed school bags and other essential items in 15 000 orphans who are studying in the areas affected by the floods. He said KARCPP had almost completed 2,000 homes worth US $ 9.41 million, and installed a large number of clean drinking water plants in areas of Balochistan and Sindh to assist families affected by floods.

He said a lot of people would also enjoy the health facilities in their area soon. Under the plan, he said that 5,000 homes would be displaced families that are placed in the affected areas. Saudi Arabia had given instructions to facilitate and projects worth millions of dollars to launch the direction of Mohammed Bin Naif Minister of Interior Prince after Saudi Arabia said.

Saturday, January 24, 2015

PhD Scholars win global tributes for Pakistan



ISLAMABAD - It was recently approved by the Commission for Higher Education Development (HEC) announced that more than 13,350 Pakistani scientists have managed to complete their PhD Dental News official sources.

According to media reports and statistics from HEC; 3925 students received their doctorates from foreign institutions and 8734 in local universities.

In addition, 611 Pakistani investigators postdoc abroad were completed, while nearly 80 students received their diplomas programs exchange students - a showcase of HEC allows students to spend half the hours credit in foreign institution.

It was also learned that up to 20,000 Pakistani scientists are still busy. In doctoral research in the world, including Australia, UK, USA, Germany, Korea, Japan and European countries

It is also relevant to mention here that recently the Pakistan National Assembly was informed that records Rs 29 billion HEC allocated for the promotion of research and development.

Minister of State for Federal Education Balighur Rehman informed the House that the amount of HEC among all universities are distributed in the public sector of the country. He said that HEC was instructed to focus on applied research to meet the local needs of the country. He said that efforts are being made to strengthen the links between research institutions and industry in order to achieve the desired goals.

He said that for more than 10,000 graduate students were produced in the country, while enrolled over 20 million students in the various universities.

Friday, January 23, 2015

Liaquat University of Medical and Health Sciences meets world class standards



JAMSHORO- Department of Dentistry, about the guidelines of LUMHS "Vice-Chancellor Professor Noshad Ahmad Sheikh, recently organized the first conference on Dental Education of Pakistan by Liaquat Medical University and ot Health Sciences hosts (LUMHS). The opportunity was also dedicated to the laboratory skill Dentistry of the University.

The conference on "Explorer Dental Education, paradigm shift in Pakistan" was created to discuss and attempt to resolve the error started in the current program of dental care and practice.

Sindh Governor Dr Ebad Ishratul performed at the inauguration of the dental laboratory skill state-of-the-art LUMHS the other day. Speaking on the occasion, he said that the laboratory commissioning help young graduates and graduate students in learning basic clinical skills.
He praised the efforts of the Dental Institute for the establishment of the laboratory state-of-the-art, the significant progress made in the field of medical and dental education and research.

He said the university plays an important role in the transmission of undergraduate and postgraduate medical education, indicating that the dental institute was the seat of the second oldest of learning in the science of dentistry in the country. This is the first dental school in Pakistan, meets the global standards of education and training.
The governor also praised the device for recording of "Pioneer National Conference of Pakistan on dental education," notes that the Scientific Committee to submit its recommendations to the Commission on Higher Education and the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council. The recommendations, he said, the relevant international standards would be met by a revision of the dental programs.

LUMHS "Vice-Chancellor Professor Noshad A. Shaikh in his welcoming speech thanked the governor to honor the presence of the University." It shows his commitment to education in general and in particular for medical students from Sindh. He added that LUMHS Dentistry Institute is home to the second oldest of learning in the science of dentistry in the country. The graduates are serving the ailing community, not only in Pakistan but also abroad.

Currently, he is the first dental school in Pakistan has reached world standards of education and dental training, which. By the fact that there is such a high-tech dental laboratory expertise is implemented for its young doctors and students The VC said that the ability to fill Lab to teach medical training simulation-based teaching methods such as selection, training, and our ability to establish and acquire clinical skills in our students simulated environments and human. The VC has announced the appointment of this newly created Lab state-of-the-art capability as "Dr. Ishrat-ul-Ebad dental laboratory stand" to accept the use and patronage of the State Health Sciences and modernization of higher education in Sindh.

Regarding the first pioneer National Conference on Dental Education of the country, said the Vice-Chancellor that 700 delegates from across the country attended the conference. Some delegates were seasoned in dentistry medical educators and experts. More than 12 invited to read papers, and four pre-conference conducted workshops on various topics. This speaks volumes about the success of the current dental conference this year first.

"The main objective of the creation of the laboratory is to give young students with the necessary skills and effective techniques to achieve optimal results. Common mistakes and weaknesses of the current dental practices have experienced supervisors, students are identified to meet international standards of dentistry. The versatile laboratory also as a research center for students. "These views were from the Shah Jahan Katpar Professor, Chairman of the Joint organizing committee of the conference for dental education.

Prof. Dr. Shah Jahan said, 'LUMHS preservation of traditional history as a creator of national trends in the organization of the tooth Conference and the creation of competence dental laboratory, equipped with the latest machines - Phantom mind that we allow the development of a competent clinical skills under dental students of Pakistan. The theme of the conference will focus on the changing trends in dental education and occupation. Changes at national level will allow us to meet the international requirements. He praised the efforts of the Vice-Chancellor - Prof Noshad A. Shaikh extend his support to the implementation of this successful conference and hope that the proposals would be made at the conference go a long way to revolutionize education and practice.

Dr. Naresh Kumar - Secretary of the Conference Organising Committee of the dental education, worked day and night to make the conference a success. Their commitment is exemplified in the promotion of education and practice, especially among dental students. Dr. Naresh welcomed the delegates from across the country, and enjoyed the overwhelming response to the conference.

In addition to the discussions at the Conference of the learned speaker, "Action Dental Lab" is a service of the highest quality state-of-the-art. He thanked all about LUMHS "Vice Chancellor - Prof Noshad A. Shaikh for his guidance and encouragement.

The main, Dentistry Institute LUMHS - Dr Feroze Ali Kalhoro expressed pride that his institute was organized the first conference of Pakistan dental education, focused exclusively on dental education, defining its international standards as set out in the desired world. He said that Pakistan can not afford modern techniques and their practical application to stay away.

Rest on a par with the events taking place elsewhere tooth is vital, and our dental experts, especially the community of students, should from the beginning, to impregnate with the changes of modern times, the alternatives and possibilities treatment.

The world is progressing rapidly, and all the ignorance on our part would be very harmful. This conference has our approach we adopt new ways of modernization area.

One of the most important developments was the creation of a dental laboratory skill state-of-the-art with the latest technology, as it is equipped with the latest equipment for pre-clinical training of students in all clinical procedures, models and simulators before students perform on real patients.

Completed the historic two-day conference on dental education on a successful note touches issues of modern dentistry in Pakistan informed, while elsewhere in the world called some new issues such as bioethics; Behavioral sciences; Pediatric dentistry; Biostatistics and Research Methodology; Geriatric dentistry; Forensic Dentistry Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology &, became the basis of education. This conference has newer ways of learning and practice, as well as new effective treatment options available.

Equipped with modern dental science of dentistry in Pakistan get momentum in August of this event in issues related to dental education, knowledge and practice. The conference was definitely an influence on the dental profession and as such, is a great success. The organizers should be applauded for all the damage and the experiment that they are promoted lived in organizing this major event, which would prove to be a pioneer in all areas of dentistry.

The National Conference on Dental Education, the Jamshoro, organized programs such as workshops and roundtables, the scope and sphere of the event, which was in the practical side translates Remove found dentistry, so that students confidently take the treatment process and get the cure the problem to a suffering patient.

Roundtable:

Organized in the framework of the conference were group discussions. For this purpose, four groups - Group A, B, C and D - were monitored by their respective leaders. Task of each group was differentiated by the subject / specialty. Each group had a short 10-minute presentation on the assigned task.

Group "A": OMF Biology & Bioethics - Moderator: Dr. Mahmood Haider;

Groub 'B': Behavioral Science & Bio-statistics and research methodology - Dr. Abid Azhar;

"C" Group: Pediatric Dentistry - Dr. Feroze Kalhoro;

Group "D": Forensic dentistry and geriatric dentistry - Dr. Fazal Ghani.

The other participants of the roundtable were: Dr. Shah Jahan Katpar; Prof. Dr. Ikram Kasif; Dr. Amina Ahmed; Dr. Baig Humayoon; Ayyaz Ali Khan; Dr. Sheilla Pinjani; Dr. Aneela A Rehman and Dr Faisal Ghani.

Scientific Program:

The speaker with the themes of the scientific meeting were Dr. Abid Ashar- professional development: the perspective of dental students; Dr. Farhan Raza - Changes tooth Academia: adjust the operating point of dentistry and pediatric dentistry; Prof Ayyaz Khan - reaching abilities: Can the present system of regulation to manage acquisition review;? Prof. Dr. Fazal Ghani - The role of dental professionals in providing dental services; Dr. Navid Rashid - Maxillofacial Radiology: Principles and Interpretation; Dr. Faisal Ghani - Why teach ethics; Dr. Baig Humayoon - Forensic Dentistry: The unexplored paradigm; Prof. Dr. Shah Jahan Katpar - A change in the Pakistan Dental Education Via behavioral sciences; Social responsibility Dental Institute - Aneela Dr. Atta-ur-Rehman; and the presentation of Dr. Sheilla Pinjani was "kind of interactive skills courses."

Thursday, January 22, 2015

Tyler pastor in Pakistan also visit schools



At a time when many people avoid for fear of the Middle East, some local religious leaders believe their presence and support of religion in this region can change lives for the better.

Rev. Stuart Baskin, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Tyler and Dr. Sally Smith, a former church, were among nine Americans who recently Pakistan to learn more about Presbyterian work in this country to provide education for children, especially in poverty.

In Pakistan, a little over half of the population is literate, 15 and over. For men who rose nearly 69 percent, and for women, it reduces by about 40 percent, according to the CIA World Factbook online.

How Baskin see is the formation of well individually for the life of every child, but also work together for the good of the country and the world.

Lack of education leads to poverty and unstable political system, he said. People with time on their hands and some options are easy prey for Islamic fundamentalist groups.

Baskin said part of the significance of this service is to contribute to the development of a stable Pakistan and help during the country's future.

"This is not Christians against Muslims," said Baskin. "It's a question of the fight against poverty because fuel poverty and desperation fuels desperate measures ..."

For seven days in the country, the group visited five schools, two dedications construction and Baskin two churches preached.

Purpose of the trip was for visitors to see what happens in schools and needs so that they re here to communicate the work to the United States and funds.

Baskin said that the classrooms were clean and equipped with a desk, books and traditional panels. Room lacked computer and SMART boards that work like giant touch-screen computers, but there were computer rooms in buildings.

"Schools are very impressive," said Baskin. "They are not as relevant as the American classrooms, but they are not in the Stone Age did not."

The education of children

The Presbyterian Education Board in Pakistan operates about a dozen schools in Pakistan.

The Reverend Ed Morgan, a retired Presbyterian minister and director of American Friends nonprofit Council of the Presbyterian education, said the 12 schools serving about 6,000 students together.

Ratings go from kindergarten to Grade 12 and 12 classes with 11 works more like a junior college, Morgan said. In addition to these sites, there are 10 village schools.

Most courses in English with some Urdu performed. The schools are Christian schools, but about 67 percent of the students are Muslim.

Morgan, who lives in Minnesota, said that teachers teach students with Christian values, but they do not seek to convert Muslims to Christianity students.

In religious education, Muslim students learn about their faith and the Koran, while students learn about their Christian faith and the Bible, he said.

"It is also an institution and peacemaking educational effort," he said, adding that, apart from such schools, students and adult Muslims and Christians interact very rarely. "This is a opportunity for them to get to know each other and see each other as human beings. "

Students who have passed through the Presbyterian schools use it as a basis for continuing education, says Morgan. Many former students then return to their families to help them financially.

Morgan said he believes that every child is born with potential and "if we educate the child, we are publishing this potential, which is good for the baby and good for the world."

Discover the culture

Pakistan and its schools have been in the news recently after the Taliban deadly attack more than a week on public schools of the Army and Degree College Peshawar, which is in the northwest of the country.

The attack, which 145 people, mostly children left behind, dead people, passed about 70 miles from the nearest Presbyterian school.

Morgan said, although their schools have never been attacked, they have a lot of threats, which are one of the reasons of security measures in place for existing schools.

He said the latest attack seems the whole country to have galvanized stand against terrorism, according to an email he received from the Presbyterian School Superintendent.

But this terrible violence marked so often in the news is not representative of the country as a whole. Extremist groups are a very small minority of the population in Pakistan, says Morgan.

"The vast majority of what you will experience very friendly, hospitable people who ... (welcome you to their) home," he said.

They are open to Americans, even if they do not always appreciate the US government policy, he said.

"I've been there four times and I've never had a situation ... where I felt my safety," he said, adding that the greatest danger is traffic. "This is a beautiful country. It's so different from our people here. "

Baskin said he was not afraid during the trip because his group was well protected and those who had traveled with them diligently to ensure that Americans remained under their watchful eyes.

"What's in the news and what is real in the field are often very different things," he said. "In most places, most people are just trying to spend the day."

Instead of violence, Americans faced overwhelming hospitality. Everywhere, the group of visitors if they were treated like royalty, says Baskin.

Students who were dressed in their finest suits or uniforms, put garlands around the neck of visitors discounts threw flowers and rose petals. A group of marching band or dance usually performed during the welcoming ceremony in the schools, the Baskin.

A photo in one of the buildings is taken signings, shows American flag hanging in the background on the stage. In another photo, a student holds a poster with the Pakistani and US flags side by side and another student holds a poster that says "Peace."

In the future, Baskin of First Presbyterian Church of Tyler said the money could increase support for the work of the Council of the Presbyterian education, and may in the future raise funds to renovate or construct buildings in schools.

He said there are a lot of missionary work and people in need locally, but the Church must be involved in the work of international missions.

Baskin said the work in Pakistan is very much a partnership between the Presbyterian Church USA, which owns the country's schools, and the Council of the Presbyterian Education of Pakistan who run the schools.

"We do not want to control the schools," he said. "We want to help support them."

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Suparco, GC University Lahore sign MoU



LAHORE: Pakistan Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO) on Monday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Government of University College, Lahore, promotion of satellite technology and include inter-students in the development of indigenous concepts and units for the National Student Pakistan Satellite (NSSP).

GCU Rector Prof. Dr. Rahman and Khaleequr SUPARCO Chairman Major General (retd) Ahmed Bilal signed the MoU on behalf of their respective institutions.

As in the seven-point agreement, the LUC and SUPARCO is on the design and development of the Power Control Unit, power distribution unit, battery pack and solar panel unit NSSP, for which the Commission is also Resource cooperate financial and technical assistance.

Major General Bilal said SUPARCO also you special tutoring sessions to strengthen the ability of students and teachers, so that they can undertake satellite projects in the future with more independence. He hoped GCU students take a lead and a key role in the development of the first national satellite of students in the country.

The President said that SUPARCO developed countries seminars on "Entrepreneurship in the room," so that Pakistan should work hard in the field of space technology for eight to 10 years to be on a par with other Asian countries such as China and India.

"If we want to excel in space sciences, universities must work as incubators for inventions and innovations," he said.

He also asked the university scientists, research projects, and the weightlessness had design. He said it would be a lot of money internationally for such projects in the near future will be.

Major General Bilal SUPARCO promised would be for the Cooperation of AVV art, geography, computer science and chemistry departments with Chinese and Malaysian universities that had undertaken research projects in space science work.

GCU VC Prof Rahman Chairman SUPARCO and his technical team on various projects that have been completed successfully by students and faculty in the last two years. He said had chemistry department of the University more than seven US patents to his credit in recent years.

VC, on the recommendation of the Chairman SUPARCO, announced the formation of Astronomical Society of higher education to create student interest in space sciences. In addition to expanding the technical assistance SUPARCO a telescope and other basic facilities of the GCU Astronomical Society.

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

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The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Sargodha was established in 1968 to perform the matrix and the intermediate examinations in a fair and impartial environment. All educational issues are managed by the Ministry of Education. The Board is required to conduct examinations for students in related fields. Areas related Sargodha, Khushab, Mianwali and Bhakkar districts. The Council in its childhood students registered and after the period of a month or two ads intake schedule. All normal and private student submit the forms by the due date. Shortly after the completion of this process, the board is the date sheet and roll number slips. Regular students collect their votes in their respective institutions, while private students receive the list at their home address. It is the Board of Directors is pleased to announce its ICS Date Sheet 2017 BISE Sargodha Board for the annual audit, which will take place in the months of March or April, 2017.


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Biggest unique Pakistani English writers centre



The Kinnaird College for Women recently a center that has a unique archive of published works and unpublished manuscripts Pakistani English writers, including Taufiq Rafat, Kaleem Omar Daud Kamal Qureshi and Zulfikar Ghose Maki.

Officially launched in August last year, the center is called the International Centre for the Pakistani writing in English (ICPWE).

"There are two objectives of the establishment of the center;. To preserve what our authors writing in English or writes to date and project them There is no central Pakistani literature in the English language through the dedicated country, "said Athar Tahir, Director the Center itself poet in his own right with published five collections of English poetry.

He said the center has an archive of Taufiq Rafat has work. Lullabies Punjabi (Lori) that the poet translated into German, but did not publish his notebooks, unpublished poems, notes, photos, books from his personal collection, his typewriter, and a new game.

"During our meetings, sometimes he used to throw poetry far rejected on the pages I have written collection. We have all these poems manuscripts rejected by Rafat with a plan to publish it," said Athar Tahir was supervised by Rafat.

"Kaleem Omar never published any collection of his poems. We gather his poems from his archives that we propose in the next year. We also have all his articles and scientific evidence published in newspapers.

"The family of Kaleem Omar has sent 47 boxes in all his manuscripts in Karachi, including his memoirs unfinished and we have set," said Tahir.

Furthermore Kaleem Omar's poems we have old photographs and the corresponding Downloads, he had kept in his personal computer brought.

The center received books Daud Kamal his wife of Peshawar, his first photographs and books received, he said.

Muneeza Shamsie was the center of his books and Tariq Ali, Yusuf Ali Usman Ilyona Mandi Bahauddin, Adrian A. Hussain sent all their books, he adds.

Speaking of the beginning of the center, said Tahir "Main KC Dr Rukhsana David asked me to join the Academy to teach a few classes, I excused by a retired man. Later, she asked me to college as a permanent member of the teaching staff. I combine the conditions for the creation of this center and she agreed. "

Writers in the region have been producing literature in the English language even before the partition, but the books are rarely published, he said.

"We standardized writers and poets, English and indiginised as Taufiq Rafat, Bapsi Sidhwa, Daud Kamal Qureshi and Maki," said Tahir.

But until the 1970s alone were anthologies Oxford University Press under the direction of Shahid Hussain, indifference to poetry defendant published in English, some of them. People thought that English is the language of the elite, but in the 1990s it has been widely used and accepted by society, he said.

"It bloomed English because English classes and many young writers began to publish. In recent decades, young writers like Kamila Shamsie, Mohsin Hamid and Nadeem Aslam began publishing their work and people began to read throughout the world, "said Tahir.

He said recently, Pakistan literary festivals by storm, but what they do not focus, is a critical and scientific aspect of any piece of literature, because it is a work of criticism.

"The role of criticism in the missing festivals. There is no sustainable scientific efforts to Pakistani writers to study writing in the English language," said Tahir, hoping that the center at Kinnaird fill this gap, providing a platform for those who want to do research on the Pakistani English writers.

"We found the center in August, we had many foreign visitors, including those from India, the US and the UK in the space of a few months," he said. The center will hold an international conference on English writers in March next year, when Zulfikar Ghose will be the keynote speaker.

"Ghose sent first editions of his books with 27 autographs of England," said Tahir.

The center is also a magazine soon, once or twice a year, young writers will start posting sensitivity of the land in Pakistan.

BISE Sahiwal Board ICS Date Sheet 2017


BISE Sahiwal Board ICS Date Sheet 2017, Part 1, Part 2



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BISE Sahiwal ICS Date Sheet 2017, Part 1, 2



Sahiwal Board ICS Date Sheet 2017, Part 1 and Part 2
Sahiwal Board was presented as a commander on board in 2012 and since its leadership is focused on the quality of education in the region. No nation can deny the importance of education and the survival of the population depends mainly on the education sector. You are the path to development and brightens future. Each country, the education policy by focusing on the needs of the population and the country and the current situation of the country in the budget. In this sense, BISE Sahiwal is the provision of educational services for the citizens of Sahiwal and interrelated areas. Areas related Distict Okara, Sahiwal and Vehari. Students in these regions, and between the registered MATRIC exams. It is the Board of Directors is pleased to announce its ICS Date Sheet 2017 BISE Sahiwal Board for the annual audit, which will take place in the months of March or April, 2017.


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BISE Rawalpindi Board ICS Date Sheet 2017, Part 1, Part 2



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BISE Rawalpindi ICS Date Sheet 2017, Part 1, 2



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Rawalpindi Board is an autonomous council built in 1977 to lead the matrix and intermediate examinations. Before its opening it has been linked with the Sargodha Board connection. The Board operates independently under the Ministry of Education and any expectation registration year and interim examinations in a transparent and impartial environment. Each year, students of Rawalpindi and remote areas will benefit from the entry into secondary and upper classes. Affiliated companies are PUMPKINS Rawalpindi, Attock, Jhelum and Chakwal districts. Students can obtain the relevant study material on the site and prepare for annual reviews since ICS Date Sheet 2017 BISE Rawalpindi Board now billions of students passed the High School and Intermediate examinations. After passing the exams in the Economic Rawalpindi Board computer science students can continue their studies. Now, the Management Board is its interactivity date sheet 2017 for the annual program reviews that give themselves known during the months of March and April 2017.


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BISE Peshawar ICS Date Sheet 2017, Part 1, 2



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BISE Peshawar was born in 1961 in order to keep the secondary and higher secondary examinations in the division. Each year, the Board considers the aforementioned investigations in a fair and impartial environment. Have not played thousands of thousands of students and Following offer higher education or their services in other different areas.


A high-quality education and standardized learning environment for all middle and high secondary candidates are the main duties of the Board. All such candidates Peshawar District, FR Peshawar and Khyber Agency, Charsadda district, Shabqadar and Mohmand and Chitral each shot in Peshawar BISE visit and appear in exams. The Board appoints qualified teachers for marking documents and make sure that teachers correct copies without biasness, ICS Date Sheet 2017 BISE Peshawar Board.


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