Wednesday, September 30, 2015

British schools to offer human rights lessons

LONDON: Human rights lessons are to be offered to schools in Britain in a task planned by a US human rights extremist, media gave an account of Monday.

It will handle points, for example, bondage, religious flexibility, political brutality and suppression. The point is to assist schools with talking about issues, for example, evacuees escaping Syria, BBC reported.

The plan is being propelled by Education Secretary Nicky Morgan, who needs it to begin wrangles about "popular government, appreciation and resilience".

The universal school undertaking, called "Speak Truth to Power", shows understudies about human rights activists who have tested mistreatment and who have confronted detainment and torment.

Schools in England now have obligations to test fanaticism — and the instruction secretary said she needs the venture, which is free for schools, to urge youngsters to be "dynamic and connected with residents." Teachers will have the capacity to get to online material to display the lessons.

The task — dispatched by US human rights extremist Kerry Kennedy, little girl of government official Robert Kennedy — means to show youngsters to test narrow minde

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

AIOU aims to educate inmates

Karachi, The bad habit chancellor of the Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU), Dr Shahid Siddiqui, on Monday went to the Karachi Central Jail to cross over any barrier in the middle of detainees and the varsity.

He said instruction would be given with no charge to the detainees to turn them gainful individuals from society.

"Both the procedure of confirmation and securing of learning have been made less demanding and more than 50 detainees have communicated their craving to look for affirmation in the college," he said. "Around 300 detainees are enlisted at the AIOU and passing the examination would diminish their season of discipline in the correctional facility."

He further said that mentors of the AIOU would offer lessons to the detainees and books would be made accessible in the correctional facility's library.

Dr Shahid said that he had gone to prisons in Lahore, Rawalpindi and Quetta and he would likewise visit correctional facilites in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Baluchistan to spread training.

Monday, September 28, 2015

‘Education can help control population’

Commonplace Minister for Population Welfare Begum Zakia Shahnawaz has said the mindfulness crusade dispatched by the populace welfare division for controlling overpopulation is proceeding at commonplace level.

She said this while tending to a meeting of parliamentarians at a neighborhood inn on Tuesday. Secretary Population Welfare Altaf Aizad Khan likewise went to the meeting.

Focusing on the significance of training, Zakia Shahnawaz said the instruction is a ceaseless procedure through which we can control expanding populace and intention its issues.

Sunday, September 27, 2015

Education regulator yet to be appointed despite protests by parents

ISLAMABAD: As folks all through the nation are challenging against the extravagant expense and shrouded charges forced by the tuition based schools, the legislature is as yet paying no regard towards the general population's sufferings who are left on the leniency of non-public school mafia.

Indeed, even the alleged Private Education Institutions Regulatory Authority (Peira) is headless for over two years and government is in no scurry to name its general administrator. The administrative body is working without a customary head subsequent to June 2013.

A very much put source in Ministry of Establishment Division educated The News that Ministry of Capital Administration and Development Division (CADD) sent demand for the arrangement of executive Peira however there were some procedural lacunas.

There were a few lacunas in the enlistment rules for the administrator's arrangement Peira and the Establishment Division composed back to CADD for evacuating these lacunas and correct the guidelines.

At the point when reached, Additional Secretary CADD Qaisar Majeed Malik told The News that the service has gotten a few grievances against the undue trek in charge by the non-public schools. He said the service would take up this issue at most abnormal amount. Notwithstanding, as a result of unlucky deficiency of normal head of Peira the service couldn't step against the non-public schools.

He said the service has sent orders for the arrangement of administrator Peira twice yet because of some procedural lacunas it couldn't be filled. Before long the post would be filled by a customary leader of the power, he remarked.

Solicited in spite of the section from over two years why the service has neglected to name a normal head, he said he would examine the matter amid the meeting with top authorities of the service.

At the point when asked whether service has corrected the enlistment rules for the arrangement of director Peira, Qisar said that no revision has been made yet. Then again, he said they have asked for the Establishment division that when the guidelines are revised the service ought to affirm the arrangement of Chairman Peira.

Appointee Commissioner Islamabad Captain (R) Mushtaq Ahmed said they too have gotten dissensions from the folks yet the delegate's workplace official couldn't do anything in the vicinity of CADD.

"In the wake of accepting protests from the folks we have summoned a meeting with tuition based schools proprietors and in the light of this meeting we would forward the proposals and suggestions to CADD," remarked Ahmed.

It is appropriate to specify here that without any administrative body, there is no check and adjust and neither any power to check the guidelines of instruction regardless of charging strong sums as school expense by tuition based schools.

As indicated by sources greater part of the non-public schools contract register persons as instructors and there is no fitting system for the compensation of these educators. Lion's share of the tuition based schools paying only couple of thousand rupee compensation to these educators while they are charging haul sums in term of expense from the understudies. Then again no standard for expanding the pay rates of the educators and their preparation has been chalked out notwithstanding expanding school charge on customary premise. The understudies' folks who are right now running the challenge crusade against the undue charge trek by the non-public schools is requesting the legislature to name somebody like Ayesha Mumtaz as head of PEIRA so that they could manage and screen the nature of instruction being given by these schools.

It is essential to note here that CADD through its subordinate association PEIRA is ordered for observing many non-public schools in which more than 200,000 understudies are selected. However the present arrangement of dissents sorted out by the folks proposes that the service has neglected to manage the tuition based schools as the division should advance the quality instruction in the private area training.

As indicated by sources in Peira, the administrative body has not completed any investigation of non-public schools subsequent to February 2015 while the power has likewise ceased the procedure of enrollment of new tuition based schools.

The folks are dissenting in the ICT as well as the challenge crusade is being run countrywide and the commonplace governments too have neglected to control the tuition based schools as there is no check and equalization on these schools.

The Competition Commission of Pakistan in spite of the fact that has started a request, then again, subsequent to expanding the request's extent it may require some investment to finish the examination. The folks need the legislature to make a move against tuition based schools quickly taking after the strides of somebody like Ayesha Mumtaz.

Saturday, September 26, 2015

FDE chief submits apology to IHC

ISLAMABAD: The chief general, Federal Directorate of Education (FDE), Dr Shahnaz A. Riaz on Monday presented an unlimited statement of regret to the Islamabad High Court (IHC) for her "derisive" conduct.

The IHC Justice Noorul Haq N. Qureshi had issued her bailable capture warrants on August 24 after she didn't show up in the witness of the court to go to the knowing about a request recorded by a furniture supplier looking for recuperation of Rs1.2 million supposedly due towards the FDE.

On August 25, the court requested her capture after she traded a couple words with the judge yet was discharged on submitting Rs50,000 surety bonds.

Prior, on August 28, the DG presented her answer under the watchful eye of the court saying that she had cleared the remarkable measure of the furniture supplier.

She guaranteed under the watchful eye of the court that her nonattendance from the hearing on August 24 was not consider as she was in the National's meeting Assembly standing board of trustees and her cellular telephone was exchanged off and couldn't be reached by her staff.

On Monday, Dr Riaz showed up under the watchful eye of the court alongside president IHC bar affiliation Raja Aleem Khan Abbasi and some different legal counselors.

Abbasi told the court that DG FDE was submitting unequivocal conciliatory sentiment under the steady gaze of the court for what she said on August 25.

He said she was exceptionally disturbed for airing and distributed of the news about issuance of her capture warrants, and whatever she said had troubled her.

The court, be that as it may, guided the DG to admit her wrongdoing first. The judge further guided her to delicate a composed expression of remorse before him and deferred further procedures till September 29.

Friday, September 25, 2015

Fata students demand release of scholarships

PESHAWAR: Students having a place with different tribal districts have communicated worry over the deferral in payment of grants and asked the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa senator to take individual enthusiasm for arrival of stores and build the confirmation share for them.

The students` delegates, including Wisal Ahmed, Abbas Dawar, Rafiullah and others, told media persons here on Sunday that grants had not been paid to the Fata understudies for past numerous months.

They said that a large portion of the understudies had a place with poor families and they couldn't bear the cost of the instructive costs. They said that the grant was the main hotspot for them to proceed with their studies.

They likewise requested increment in the grant sum, saying that costs of books had expanded complex. They said that they would not request grants in future if the administration gave free of expense instruction to the tribal understudies.

The understudies likewise requested increment in the affirmation share for Fata understudies in the instructive foundations of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa as the vast majority of the schools and universities in tribal areas were either shut or harmed because of militancy.

They asked the administration to give affirmation on legitimacy to every one of the understudies independent of the regions so that most extreme of the tribal understudies could contend in the process and get confirmation.

They whined that in a few schools, including specialized universities of Peshawar, the understudies of Fata and Provincially Administered Tribal Areas were not given confirmation in the morning movement and they needed to take affirmation in second move in a condition of impulse.

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Over 30 schools to be set up in Swat rural areas

MINGORA: More than 30 schools will be set up in the country regions of the locale under a three-year venture to grant quality training to young lady understudies and outfit them with professional abilities.

The schools will be set up especially in those territories where center schools don't exist to encourage the young lady understudies, who have passed essential level.

The venture will help them to remain on their feet by giving them professional aptitudes.

The undertaking titled "Institutional backing for participatory, comprehensive and particular instruction (Inspire) II" has been financed by Reach out to Asia (Rota) and being executed mutually by Idea, Lasona and Care International.

As indicated by the NGOs, 35 schools will be set up in the provincial parts of Swat, especially in those territories where center schools don't exist. "The schools will work in the second move," said Mohammad Mukhta Pasha, the venture chief. He said that 37,315 persons would profit by the venture.

Elizabeth Mclaughlin, the nation executive of Care International in Pakistan, said that she was favored to be in Swat as a group's feature for a respectable aim of teaching and enabling young ladies.

Ambar Junaid said that history demonstrated that Swat was a prosperous and created state in each division however shockingly a few components pushed the valley into a wreck and its training part was influenced gravely.

"The dropout proportion of young ladies is much higher than young men in Swat and one reason for it is lack of center and secondary schools in the rustic parts," she said, including that detachment, destitution, early relational unions, social convictions, security issues and man-commanded society were the primary elements that banished young ladies from getting advanced education.

Lasona official executive Azam Khan said that separated from conferring training to young ladies in those schools, they would likewise outfitted with professional aptitudes and enterprise advancement to enable them to win vocation.

Mohammad Ahmad, the official executive Idea, said that Swat encountered a few tests in the later past. "Presently after commonality has returned, we need to make the locale tranquil and prosperous by advancing training," he said.

Valuing the movement, District Nazim Mohammad Ali Shah guaranteed the NGOs of full backing. "We comprehend the significance of instruction and will step to advance it. Instruction is our initially, second and third need," he said.

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

No more sprays without proper approval: Punjab education minister

GUJAR KHAN: All schools and universities in Punjab have been told not to orchestrate against dengue shower all alone, without first acquiring regard from region wellbeing powers, Punjab Education Minister Rana Mashood said on Monday.

The priest was asking after the strength of schoolgirls as yet experiencing treatment at the Jhelum District Headquarters Hospital (DHQ) in the wake of breathing in the poisonous exhaust of the counter dengue shower, completed by the Government's chief High School for Girls, Domeli.

Of the 136 influenced schoolgirls, no less than 53 are as yet being dealt with at the Jhelum DHQ, while four are getting consideration at the Domeli THQ.

A large portion of the young ladies griped of unpredictable breathing, stomach agonies and dazedness, however specialists said that none of them is in any impending peril.

Mohammad Aamir, whose sister is at present experiencing treatment at the Domeli THQ, told Dawn that she experienced difficulty breathing subsequent to the occurrence's day, yet communicated fulfillment with the level of consideration she was being given.

At the point when inquired as to why the young ladies were being kept in healing facility for so long, Jhelum DHQ Medical Superintendent Dr Shaukat Mahmood said that the young ladies' majority were damaged.

He said he couldn't hazard sending them home before their condition was "100 for every penny stable" on the grounds that the town of Domeli spoke the truth 47km from Jhelum, with couple of parkways of transport accessible to local people. At the point when inquired as to why ambulances were not being made accessible to ship the young ladies in the middle of Domeli and Jhelum, he said that grabbing patients from the residential community was not generally conceivable in light of a lack of ambulances in the area.

Amid his visit to the healing center, the commonplace instruction clergyman said that every single instructive establishment would be given the money related assets important to connect all crevices to hostile to dengue measures, including that the end of dengue was a need for the legislature and no slackness in such manner would be endured.

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Early childhood education development centre opens at AIOU

Islamabad, The developmental years are imperative for kids' improvement however sadly, there appears to have some sort of disarray among educators and folks about when youngsters ought to be sent to class, what they ought to be taught and the amount they ought to be taught in ahead of schedule years of life.

Under the present circumstances, opening of the Early Childhood Education Development Center at the Allama Iqbal Open University is the need of great importance.

This was expressed by Minister of State for Education Muhammad Balighur Rehman amid the marking service of MoU between Parwaan E9 Center of Excellence, Academy of Educational Planning and Management and Allama Iqbal Open University being developed of postgraduate recognition course on right on time adolescence instruction here on Thursday.

The service amongst others was gone to by Allama Iqbal Open University Vice Chancellor Professor Dr. Shahid Siddiqui, Department of Early Childhood Education & Elementary Teachers Education Chairman Nasir Mahmood, Mehnaz Aziz, President Parwaan & Chief Executive Children's Global Network Pakistan and senior government authorities, Deans and Faculty individuals from Allama Iqbal Open University.

The clergyman, who was the boss visitor on the event, said advancement of one year postgraduate certificate (30 credit hours) in such manner is a going stone.

"A prepared instructor of ECED would be in a superior position to know how a youngster should be taught in his or her initial years, which are of awesome significance in building up the identity of a kid. Lamentably, just private part is giving early instruction and that too at a high cost, which is not reasonable for some folks. Besides, even non-public schools don't take after any uniform methodology in such manner e.g. a few schools take offspring of the age of 2 and 3 years and some take offspring of 3-4 years old," he said.

Balighur Rehman said he trusted that this middle would be a springboard for ahead of schedule youth training in the nation.

He said the ECED would be consolidated in the updated National Education Policy 2009 to make it a lasting piece of training in Pakistan.

"We have additionally presented acknowledgment of earlier inclining in our new specialized and professional preparing strategy in which we will issue acknowledgment of former learning testaments for the individuals who have officially realized a few abilities in their former age in the wake of evaluating their aptitudes," he said.

In private segment when educators are enlisted on least compensations they don't see what ought to be the capability of an instructor. B.Ed necessity is frequently disregarded there. The educators of tuition based schools have said that Allama Iqbal Open University has given them the chance to proceed with the occupation and also with studies. B.Ed has gotten quality their work, discernment and comprehension. The priest said feedback is great on the grounds that it gives you chance to enhance your work yet thankfulness is just as vital as it urges you to improve. The priest additionally highlighted the requirement for Accelerated Learning Programmess for youngsters who are twelve years of age or above and needs to learn at a snappy pace.

The priest praised Parwaan and AIOU on taking this activity furthermore proposed a few proposals for AIOU, including individuals' better access to monstrous online courses framework and the quickened courses for kids over the age of 12 years.

Prior, Parwaan President Mehnaz Aziz, in her remarks on the event, said the organization between Parwaan E9 ECED Center of Excellence and Allama Iqbal Open University would coddle the requests of more extensive gathering of people who wish to clean and improve their insight and skill in Early Childhood Education.

Teacher Dr. Shahid Siddiqui shared the activities embraced by AIOU, which among others incorporated a system for conveying out of school youngsters to schools and the as of late began training project for prison detainees, which is free of expense for them.

The goal of the post-graduate confirmation course on ECE is to furnish the graduates with vital expert aptitudes and capabilities for ahead of schedule youth training and overhaul pedagogical abilities of rehearsing preschool instructors. This course will be of one-year span and will be of 30 credit hours and will fill an essential crevice of the popularity amongst understudies wishing to procure Early Childhood Education and will outfit them with the imperative aptitude to execute this in their expert lives.

Monday, September 21, 2015

Position holder students vow to serve country

The position holder understudies of BA/BSC yearly examination on Friday pledged to serve the nation in the wake of securing advanced education.

The understudies communicated these perspectives in a prize dispersion function sorted out by Punjab University (PU) in which Punjab Minister for Education Rana Mashhood was the boss visitor. PU Vice Chancellor Dr Mujahid Kamran was additionally present on the event.

Ramla Tayyab, a private competitor who secured first position in BA exam by scoring 684 imprints out of 800, credited her guardians and instructors for her prosperity.

She candidly portrayed the narrative of how hard her dad attempted to teach her.

"My dad used to carry out two occupations at the same to gain enough cash to bring home the bacon and bear the cost of my instruction," she said.

"The administration must give auspicious grants to the meriting understudies to encourage them in getting instruction," said Ramla, who herself has done distinctive employments like sewing garments and instructing understudies to share the money related weight of her dad.

Conversing with Pakistan Today, Fasahat Fatima, an understudy of Punjab College of Science Faisalabad who got third position in BSC exam, said the examination framework needs change and whined that the invigilators amid the exams utilization brutal dialect with the competitors.

Fatima further said that a delicate transformation is coming in Pakistan and she'll participate in its advancement by seeking after PhD in Mathematics.

Fatima's point in life is to be a teacher of Mathematics.

Another applicant named Azhar Ali, who snatched second position in BA exams, told this recorder that he has an arrangement to take the Central Superior Services (CSS) exam in the wake of doing experts in English writing.

Ali, an understudy of private school in Shahdra region, guaranteed that his school has created various toppers in the past which roused him to buckle down. He asked for the government officials to avoid defilement and nepotism for the survival of the nation.

"Our present instruction framework needs a redesign and the articles on the life of Holy Prophet and Caliphs must be made piece of English obligatory course," said Ali.

Hafsa Ghulam Hassan, understudy of Government College for Women Kasur who took second position in BSC exams, discredited the deficiency of staff in her school and said that the administration must fill the empty seats in far-flung territories in the event that it truly needs to advance training.

"Numerous understudies in my general vicinity can't seek after advanced education simply as a result of absence of offices," Hafsa said while conversing with Pakistan Today.

Upwards of 121,658 hopefuls showed up in BA/BSc Annual Examination 2015 out of which 48,582 applicants passed the exams while the passing rate stayed 39.93.

Giving subtle elements of the outcome, Controller Examinations Professor Dr Shahid Munir said that out of 121,658 hopefuls, the aftereffect of just 20 competitors is late.

While tending to the service, Education Minister Rana Mashhood said that Pakistan's future is connected with training and the administration will establish framework stone of nation's first-ever Knowledge Park in February one year from now to advance innovative work.

Later, degrees, shields and money prizes of rupees one hundred thousand, 75,000 and 50,000 were independently appropriated among first, second and third position holders of BA/BSc.

Sunday, September 20, 2015

Balochistan terminates more than 400 ghost teachers

QUETTA: The common training division of Balochistan on Saturday fired more than 400 apparition instructors over the area as a component of a continuous examination with respect to phantom workers.

The phantom representatives were drawing their pay rates from the regions of Quetta, Panjgor, Killa Abdullah, Pishin, Kharan, Dera Bugti and different ranges of the area.

"Request boards were set up over the area to recognize fake and apparition educators," said the commonplace secretary of instruction, Saboor Kakar.

The common government has ended 112 apparition instructors in Quetta, 57 in Killa Abdullah, 39 in Pishin, 65 in Dera Bugti and different areas of the region. Balochistan is lingering behind different regions as far as key social markers.

"The quantity of understudies over the territory is 1.2 million, while the quantity of instructors was 66,000," included Kakar.

Inside regions of the region exhibit a much desperate picture as far as understudy to educator proportion.

"The instructor to understudy proportion in Balochistan is better when contrasted with Punjab where there is one educator for each 26 understudies, while in Balochistan the proportion is one instructor for each 14 studnts," expressed Kakar.

Be that as it may, he expressed that the vicinity and limit of educators in commonplace schools comes up short.

"2000 new schools are being built up with the assistance of worldwide organizations, keeping in mind the end goal to guarantee procurement of value instruction to kids," expressed Kakar.

He expounded further that the commonplace training office would likewise employ 3,000 educators this year.

The Balochistan government has surprisingly presented arrangements of educator through national testing administration (NTS).

Right now, more than 0.1 million competitors connected for 4,300 empty posts of educators in Balochistan through NTS.

Saturday, September 19, 2015

UK law school forges partnership with Roots Ivy University College

Islamabad, British High Commissioner to Pakistan Philip Barton facilitated a supper to commend the 'Dispatch of BPP University Law School's LLB Degree in Pakistan'.

The BPP University Law School, a main supplier of lawful instruction in the UK, has propelled its first-ever law program for students in Pakistan, permitting understudies to consider for the all around perceived law qualifying LLB (respects) degree with its elite accomplice - Roots Ivy University College, says a press discharge.

Some prominent visitors went to the occasion, including the British high chief; Minister of State for Education Baligh-ur-Rahman; Punjab Minister for Education Rana Mashood; Punjab Higher Education Commission Chairman Professor Dr. Nizam-ud-Din, and Senator Chaudhry Tanveer Khan.

Additionally present on the event were Dean and CEO of BPP University Law School Professor (Barrister) Peter Crisp, and Barrister and Director of LLB Programs at BPP Professor Julian Davies, International Commercial Director for BPP University Lil Bremermann-Richard and Head of International Projects at BPP University Nicole De Caires, alongside Mr & Mrs. Mushtaque Rasool Chaudhary, author & CEO of the Roots School System, Pakistan, and Khadija Mushtaq, CEO of the Roots Ivy Education Group.

The BPP University Law School has fashioned a fruitful association with the Roots Ivy University College to convey the LLB (respects) degree in Pakistan, which will empower effective graduates to advance onto expert study and train as advodates. This open door permits understudies to contemplate precisely the same degree offered in London without bearing the high money related expenses of voyaging abroad, whilst as yet accepting week by week instructing from BPP University speakers with the backing of nearby Roots Ivy specialists.

Talking on the event, British High Commissioner to Pakistan Philip Barton said: "I am charmed that the BPP University will be working with Roots IvyUniversity College to convey the UK-guaranteed law degrees to Pakistan. This will help both foundations reach more individuals with top notch instruction. It will convey critical extra abilities to Pakistan's economy and help with the advancement of the nation's lawful calling."

Diminish Crisp of the BPP University Law School said, "We are quick to bolster the thriving lawful area in Pakistan and this occasion speaks the truth perceiving the advances that have been made, and additionally the difficulties ahead, in Pakistan."

"The degrees that understudies procure while concentrating on in Pakistan at Roots Ivy are precisely the same, as far as nature of showing and the end capability, as those earned by understudies in the UK or anyplace else on the planet", Peter Crisp included.

Khadija Mushtaq of the Roots Ivy Education Group said with more than 20-year involvement in conveying proficient lawful capabilities, BPP University Law School is one of the biggest graduate schools in the UK, concentrating on serving to manufacture the lawful professions of Pakistani understudies and other UK and worldwide understudies.

Friday, September 18, 2015

Students, parents denounce entry test for taking admission in medical, dental colleges

LAHORE – The passage test for restorative and dental universities crosswise over Punjab for 3405 seats was led in 13 urban areas today (Sunday), Dunya News reported.

According to subtle elements, no less than 47,000 understudies have showed up in section test for the confirmation. Just 34 focuses were made in upwards of 13 urban areas of Punjab which included Lahore, Faisalabad, Sahiwal, Bhawalpur, Multan, Rahimyar Khan, Sargodha, Rawalpindi, Hasan Abdaal, Gujrat, Gujranwala, Dera Ghazi Khan and Sialkot.

Allegedly, focuses confronted absence of fundamental offices which have angered understudies amid section test.

Then again, understudies and folks have pronounced the passageway test as double instruction framework which is illicit as it judges the bore of understudies on the premise of three hours. The folks expressed that their youngsters take anxiety amid the arrangement of MCAT regardless of scoring high evaluations in registration and transitional.

They further encouraged the Punjab government to make a move against the foul play being done for the sake of passage tes

Thursday, September 17, 2015

AIOU sets up free ‘Accessibility Centre’ for blinds

Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) will set up an 'Openness Center' for blinds and other outwardly weakened understudies at its national library.

It will be free of expense course of action for everything the needed understudies. The Center will begin working inside of couple of days. AIOU being the Public Sector University considers its national obligation dealing with debilitated individuals, said Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Shahid Siddiqui. The inside will be furnished with PCs, scanners, printers, distinctive programming through which outwardly weakened or blind persons could get to e-content from the web. The required understudies will have the capacity to get to HEC's computerized assets, ebooks, examination articles, diaries, proposal and course material of significant their projects with no additional charges. The University will likewise mastermind introduction and early on sessions that would advantage them for their learning and scholastic up-degree.

Dr. Shahid Siddiqui said they will address extraordinary issues of such understudies with every conceivable mean, principally through new innovation. At first, the office will be accessible here at Central Library University's fundamental Campus and later it will be reached out to local workplaces everywhere throughout the nation. The Library remains opens from 8 am to 6 pm every day aside from Sunday. It fills in as national library, as understudies from other instructive organization can likewise profit by it. As of late, the library has been loved with computerization and advanced framework for internet learning.

Dr. Siddiqui further said the AIOU is the main Public Sector University in the nation which gives specialized curriculum to debilitated and crippled individuals at graduate and post-graduate level. We give expense reduction and unique grants to handicapped understudies. An extraordinary store has made accessible in the University's yearly budget.Meanwhile, Dr. Siddiqui declared that AIOU will soon have a Cricket competition for kids having distinctive physical inabilities with a specific end goal to urge them to assume their dynamic part in social life like typical individuals. He made this declaration while tending to a prize-appropriation function here on the event of last match of a cricket competition that as played between the cricket group of AIOU and International Islamic University.

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Over 500 expected to apply to Australian universities this year

In the wake of encouraging more than 300 Pakistani understudies, the Pakistan-Australian Education Expo 2015 set up their second portion on Sunday, in which 14 Australian colleges offered Pakistani understudies an opportunity to seek after higher studies abroad.

"The quantity of understudies has expanded colossally this time when contrasted with the past presentations," said Australian Education Office (AEO) Pakistan CEO and inhabitant executive, Saad Mehmood. He additionally called attention to that they are expecting more than 500 understudies to benefit the stroll in chance to satisfy their fantasies of mulling over in Australia. Consistently, more than 300 understudies fly to Australia from Pakistan through AEO Pakistan for advanced education, generally in the fields of designing and business studies.

"We are giving a stage to understudies and are propelling them to seek after their degrees abroad," said Mehmood. He additionally said that they help understudies in each conceivable way, from the methodology of applying to colleges and visa application to IELTS, courses and convenience points of interest.

As indicated by Mehmood, in the last 28 displays directed by the AEO in Karachi, the quantity of understudies applying consistently has expanded. He said that a dominant part of understudies go for postgraduate studies. He added that he would have liked to see the quantity of female understudies increment as they seem to be 'more skillful, wise and promising than guys'.

At the passageway, the candidates were obliged to fill the 'understudy appraisal structure', giving their fundamental instructive and individual points of interest. The understudy appraisal structure helps the volunteers guide understudies about the work area he/she ought to move to with a specific end goal to meet advisors for further help. In the event that the work area finds the candidate qualified, they will give her/him two more structures to fill. One of these is an educational module vitae and the other is a rundown of archives needed for further handling of the application. "In the event that the understudy is searching for a particular college and we don't have their slow down here, he can take assistance from [the] work area managing the colleges of Australia," said AEO IT organizer Shahid Raza.

Fizza Amir from Nixor College went to the expo with the trust of discovering a decent college in Australia for her undergrad studies. "This is a superior alternative than seeking on the web as you get numerous choices under one rooftop," said Amir, who is searching for a college that offers undergrad programs in science subjects.

Another understudy, Fahadullah, who has moved on from Karachi University, said he wished to go for a Masters in Economics from the University of Melbourne. "In the wake of seeing my seniors, I additionally need to go for a Masters in Economics," he said. "Yet, I will return to Pakistan to serve my nation."

Faith in Pakistan's ability

Melbourne Institute of Technology showcasing specialist Janet Mountseer was of the perspective that Pakistani understudies are solid and equipped for learning. "We have confidence in Pakistani understudies and their ability, which is the reason we come here consistently," she said, including that she has been working with Pakistani understudies for quite a while. She welcomed the thought of the expo as its assists collaborate with the understudies.

Dr Chris Daly of the University of New South Wales (UNSW) additionally imparted his experience to The Express Tribune of working with worldwide understudies amid the most recent 28 years. "We have more than 30 for each penny worldwide understudies in UNSW, of which two or three 100 are from Pakistan," he included. He additionally said that a greater part of understudies go to Australia for seeking after Masters in Engineering.

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Social harmony needs to be promoted through Higher Education: Rana Mashood

Clergyman for School & Higher Education and Youth Affairs Punjab, Rana Mashood Ahmed Khan collaborated a with the employees of Balochistan Universities amid Professional Development Workshop sorted out by Inter University Consortium for Promotion of Social Sciences (IUCPSS).

The workshop was composed in backing with National Testing Service (NTS) Pakistan and legislature of Balochistan at personnel advancement foundation of COMSATS Institute of Information Technology for 22 employees from advanced education establishments of Balochistan.

Prof. Dr. Muhammad Nizamuddin Chairperson Punjab Higher Education Commission, Dr. Dr. S.M Junaid Zaidi Rector CIIT Islamabad, Dr. Haroon Rashid CEO NTS Pakistan, S.M Junaid Director Faculty Development Academy and Muhammad Murtaza Noor the National Coordinator for Inter University Consortium were additionally present on the event.

Rana Mashood Ahmed Khan, on the benefit of government and individuals of Punjab, valued the endeavors of coordinators Inter University Consortium, COMATS, administration of Balochistan and particularly NTS for presenting compelling and tenable testing & evaluation framework and supporting helpful activities going for expert improvement of college personnel from far flung regions of the nation. While welcoming the commitment CIIT, he expressed that the foundation has embraced various valuable activities for disguise of advanced education in Pakistan through outside coordinated efforts and joint scholastic projects with driving remote colleges. He included that Punjab government is continually living up to expectations nearly with Balochistan government in school and advanced education part and particularly reassuring youth of Balochistan for advanced education learns at driving colleges of the Punjab.

He said that understanding the significance of advanced education and information economy, Government of Punjab has officially settled Punjab Higher Education Commission which has been ordered to provide food the developing needs of the area in advanced education part and bringing the common advanced education foundations at standard with worldwide standard. With unique spotlight on expert advancement of colleges, universities' personnel and staff, Punjab HEC has effectively settled two preparation scholastics at Lahore and Multan.

"Benefiting the experience and ability of COMATS Institute of Information Technology in expert improvement of college workforce and staff, Punjab's third preparing foundation for the colleges and schools from northern Punjab would be set up at Rawalpindi", the priest commented.

The instruction serve likewise saw MOU Signing Ceremony between Punjab HEC and CIIT Islamabad. He likewise pledged to proceed for undertaking synergistic endeavors with CIIT for advancement of advanced education and safeguarding of social legacy in Punjab.

The commonplace instruction clergyman alongside executive Punjab HEC likewise went by different scholarly pieces and focal library of CIIT.

Monday, September 14, 2015

Numl awards first ever MPhil degree in Hindi

ISLAMABAD: For the first run through in Pakistan's history, a Pakistani college has granted a MPhil degree in Hindi.

Military-run National University of Modern Languages (Numl) has turned into the first Pakistani college to recompense the degree. Numl understudy Shahin Zafar is the first understudy from a Pakistani college to get a MPhil degree in Hindi.

Her proposal, titled 'Swatantryottra Hindi Upanyason Mein NasriChittran (1947-2000)' was directed by Prof Iftikhar Husain Arif (Professor Emeritus Numl) and embraced by the Higher Education Commission.

A Numl representative said that because of shortage of Hindi specialists in Pakistan, Zafar's proposition was assessed by two outside specialists from Aligarh Muslim University in India.

Sunday, September 13, 2015

FDE accused of deliberately delaying college admissions

ISLAMABAD: The deferral by the Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) in beginning third-year affirmations in degree schools gave an opportunity to private instructive organizations to pull in the understudies.

Following a two weeks' defer, the FDE on Sunday reported the opening of affirmations in the universities. A few educators guaranteed that FDE's carelessness gave an open field to private schools/colleges to offer admission to the understudies.

"Consistently, scores of understudies reached us to get data about the confirmations. I figure a larger part of them have taken affirmation in private schools," said a government school employee.

The FDE used to begin the confirmations inside of a couple of days after the declaration of the middle results. In any case, this year, it assumed control more than two weeks to begin the procedure.

Then again, private schools have been putting forth affirmations throughout the previous a few weeks.

Sources in the FDE told Dawn that as opposed to settling the confirmation arrangement before the declaration of the transitional results, the FDE authorities began the record work past the point of no return.

"The record should reach CADD for a last regard inside of a couple of days after the declaration of the outcomes. Be that as it may, our officers continued sitting on the record by August 25," said an official in the FDE.

He said the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) had declared the moderate results on August 13. The affirmations in the administration universities ought to have been opened on August 15.

On the other hand, addressing Dawn, the executive of model schools, Dr Tariq Masood, rejected the feeling that the FDE utilized postponing strategies to give an open field to private universities.

He said in the past the schools all alone set commercials in daily papers looking for confirmations couple of days after the declaration of the middle of the road results. Yet, this year, he included, because of a few reasons the FDE couldn't open the affirmations on time.

"Really, keeping in mind the end goal to concentrate the framework, the Capital Administration and Development Division (CADD) and the FDE chose to run unified notices. The consummation of the document work took numerous days that is the reason we are recently." He, in any case, included that things had been settled and the affirmation ads were distributed in daily papers on Sunday.

Partner Professor Ijaz Ahmed, who educates at the Islamabad Model College for Boys F-10, said consistently the FDE reported confirmations inside of maybe a couple days after the declaration of the middle of the road results. Be that as it may, this year it took 17 days to begin the procedure, which will bother the scholastic calendar of the understudies.

"The issuance of plan, examination of records and gathering of the legitimacy records are a period devouring procedure," he said.

Educator Sagheer Mirani, the president of the Federal Government College Association, asserted that the FDE was giving an open field to the private part by purposely not opening confirmations on time.

"The carelessness of the FDE has denied our schools of scores of splendid understudies as a larger part of the confirmation seekers got themselves enlisted in private universities or colleges. Presently I don't think we will have splendid and splendid understudies rather will be putting forth admissions to rejected understudies," he said.

As per the FDE confirmation see, the understudies can get plan and affirmation frames from August 31 to September 9. The legitimacy rundown will be distributed on September 14 after which meetings will be led from September 16 to 21. Classes will initiate from October 5.

Saturday, September 12, 2015

Standards of learning

The Board of Intermediate Education in Karachi has taken an appreciated note of substandard instruction principles at universities and higher optional schools over the city. The administrator of the BIEK has in a letter to 77 pre-med schools, 72 pre-building universities and 23 general science universities keep running by the legislature cautioned that an outcome beneath a 33 percent pass rate was not worthy and that the enlistment of these schools could be crossed out for their inability to convey quality learning. Comparative letters have been composed to the chief of school training concerning 23 pre-med and 23 pre-designing government higher optional schools which had neglected to acquire the fancied past rate. Private organizations have likewise gotten letters, including 67 pre-med and 77 pre-designing schools and universities.

Folks send their youngsters to instructive establishments with the expectation that they can acquire the obliged evaluations to clear exams and proceed onward to an enhanced personal satisfaction. It is clear that a substantial number of universities and schools, even in an expansive city like Karachi which has one of the most astounding proficiency rates in the nation at more than 95 percent, are not conveying. This is an exasperating situation. What we need is training as well as instruction of a sensible standard which can really help understudies progress in life and take up professions of their decision. The way that this is not occurrence can be ascribed to the low quality of educators at numerous establishments, their absence of interest – particularly at government-run offices where pay and motivating forces are low – and the general absence of offices at these schools and universities. The matter has come up before on account of other examination sheets. Every single instructive establishment that enlist understudies must be obliged to offer them discovering that can empower them to pass exams. Without this, the time they spend in the classroom is basically squandered and offers them nothing as far as an opportunity to get up and go in life or obtain the abilities that could help them in enhancing the nature of living for their whole families. This is basically what training ought to be about. It ought to additionally be about meeting dreams and objectives, and it is evident that organizations where the larger part of the understudy populaces neglects to clear exams are not coming up to this impr

Friday, September 11, 2015

Call to abolish medical colleges entrance test

LAHORE, Punjab PPP president Mian Manzoor Watto has requested canceling the passageway test framework in Punjab for the understudies looking for admission to medicinal universities in an announcement issued on Sunday.

He said the passage test was hostile to justify and unfair in its inclination on the grounds that understudies who got 950 imprints out of 1000 in the FSC examinations may not get affirmation.

He reviewed that in 1986-87 enactment was gone to present legitimacy in medicinal schools and the building colleges entirely taking into account legitimacy and legitimacy alone dictated by the consequences of FSC examination.

The folks and understudies were absolutely fulfilled by the recognition of legitimacy for looking for confirmation in expert universities and there was no protestation from understudies who were denied the affirmation on the off chance that they secured obliged legitimacy in the exams of FSC.

The same enactment likewise done away the quantity arrangement of representative, boss pastor, principals of the universities and the framework was working flawlessly as was showed by the no dissention from any side. It likewise tended to the unlawful routine of proposals from the top, he included.

He watched that the passage framework was intensely weighted against the understudies who originated from the Urdu medium foundation and favored the English medium understudies. It is unfair in light of the fact that it recoils the possibilities of the ordinary citizen understudies in getting confirmation in spite of the fact that they got more numbers in the FSC results when contrasted with other people who got affirmation.

Thursday, September 10, 2015

The Rizq involved: a campaign by LUMS students

Begun by three LUMS sophomores, Rizq makes utilization of surplus sustenance by gathering it from family units and occasions, for example, weddings and parties and disseminates it to those in need

Ever considered the dissimilarity between the measure of sustenance that is squandered in eateries, dhabas and even at our wedding functions, and the measure of destitute individuals who go to bed hungry? All things considered, Rizq did, and broadly so.

A little crusade, began by three Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) sophomores — Huzaifa Ahmed, Musa Aamir and Qasim Javaid — very nearly a year back, Rizq plans to make utilization of surplus sustenance by gathering it from family units and occasions, for example, weddings and gatherings and appropriating it to those in need.

Conversing with TNS, Co-originator Huzaifa Ahmed clarifies that Rizq was made as a mindfulness crusade to battle nourishment wastage as well as to advance solid dietary propensities in denied zones of Lahore.

At the point when gotten some information about the inspiration driving such an activity, Qasim Javaid says, "We saw the need in the group. There is a reasonable dissimilarity between the measure of sustenance that is squandered and the quantity of individuals who go to bed hungry on the grounds that they don't have anything to eat.

"We needed to make a fitting dispersion channel to adjust this out," he includes.

The magnificence of Rizq, whose motto is 'Offer Food, Feed Happiness,' is that its work is very basic. In any case, such zones in the city are recognized that contain a high number of nourishment shaky family units. These zones have a tendency to be ghettos and towns. Next, sustenance drives are promoted on Rizq's official Facebook page and site keeping in mind the end goal to urge individuals to contact them on the off chance that they have any additional or remaining nourishment things from gatherings or generally to give.

Rizq, rather than get ready new sustenance, concentrates on conveying to a solid utilize the surplus nourishment. To cite Musa Aamir, "Envision if the nourishment, rather than being squandered, is given over to the individuals who truly require it, what number of assets would be spared that were beforehand going to be utilized to get ready crisp sustenance!"

In the course of recent months, Rizq has figured out how to assemble no less than 35-40 volunteers, all understudies from diverse colleges, to bail do their activities which incorporate iftar drives and nourishment circulation battles in different areas. To date, Rizq has pandered to an expected 2,500-3,000 individuals.

Everything considered, the reaction from individuals to give surplus sustenance or their time to Rizq has been overpowering. Not just have the families reached the battle individuals additionally significant organizations and NGOs, for example, Kashmir Oil and Youth Connotation have communicated a yearning to work together with Rizq. ""The measure of backing we've been getting is our greatest inspiration," says Ahmed.

Sustenance wastage by eateries and families is a major issue, much all the more so in the event that you consider the way that there is a fundamentally huge measure of individuals in the nation that is in honest to goodness need of nourishment. Considering this and the straightforwardness and accomplishment of the Rizq programs, it makes one wonder why have other individuals not endeavored to begin comparable activities? Absence of interest absolutely doesn't appear to be an element on the off chance that you consider the positive criticism the Rizq has gotten as such. Ahmed recommends that "possibly individuals don't know how to execute such a thought."

As per Musa Aamir, "It's not on account of we couldn't care less. Maybe, it is on the grounds that we mind a lot of and in minding a lot of we attempt to concoct fantastic, complex thoughts with which we can help individuals however we wind up neglecting the basic thoughts."

Javaid offers an option perspective, recommending that the individuals regard the nourishment wastage issue as somewhat moment, without comprehension the size of the issue.

The originators have huge arrangements for the eventual fate of Rizq. They have as of now concocted energizing and creative routines to expand the effort and effect of the system. Some of these thoughts incorporate teaming up with eateries, marriage and dinner corridors, making a Rizq sustenance truck and Rizq portable application, contracting paid volunteers to incentivise them and leading nourishment drives, at a bigger scale and all the more routinely.

Nonetheless, they additionally recognize that as understudies, they confront a plenty of imperatives as far as their extension arranges. As Ahmed puts it, "One noteworthy issue is the time imperative." Aamir adds to it, "With scholastics and additional curricular exercises, it turns out to be truly hard for the laborers to stay centered."

Different issues remain the absence of labor, funds and storerooms. In any case, they are not surrendering at any point in the near future as they plan to proceed with the venture after they graduate, notwithstanding calling attention to that the Rizq mission is outlined in a manner that the volunteers can do it autonomously too.

The authors really trust it will be simpler to manage the battle after graduation, as they will have the capacity to give it their full consideration and register it as an association so they can continue adding to the crusade. By then, they seek the backing after the battle should have expanded.

In the last examination, Rizq is the ideal case of a little activity with an enormous effect. It can possibly develop into a something that can help battle the issue of sustenance wastage in Lahore and in the end, in Pakistan in gene

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Two students go missing in Jamrud

JAMRUD: Two understudies disappeared in Ghundi territory in the Jamrud tehsil of the Khyber Agency, family sources said on Sunday. The sources said that Muhammad Umair, 18, an understudy of third year and Aizuzur Rehman, 14, an understudy of ninth grade, fitting in with Ghundi zone, went out on Friday and did not return home.

"We looked for them all over the place yet did not discover any piece of information to their whereabouts," a relative, Ejaz Khan said. He asked Governor Sardar Mahtab Ahmad Khan and political organization to help recuperate them.

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

AWKU, Malaysian university hold conference

MARDAN: The third International Conference on Computational and Social Sciences, a joint endeavor of Abdul Wali Khan University in Mardan (Awku) and University of Technology, Malaysia has closed.

A press discharge said an aggregate of 110 members from more than 12 nations including Thailand, Pakistan, Malaysia, Singapore, Algeria, India, Bangladesh, Iran, Iraq and Indonesia took an interest in the gathering held at the University of Technology, Malaysia. Noticeable researchers and authorities from Malaysia conveyed their addresses.

Monday, September 7, 2015

Visually impaired students: AIOU establishes ‘Accessibility Centre’

Islamabad, Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) would set up an 'Openness Center' for outwardly weakened understudies at its national library.

The middle, to give free of expense administrations to understudies, would begin working next couple of days.

Bad habit Chancellor Prof. Dr. Shahid Siddiqui said the middle will be outfitted with PCs, scanners, printers, diverse programming through which outwardly weakened or blind persons could get to e-content from the web.

The required understudies will have the capacity to get to HEC's advanced assets, ebooks, exploration articles, diaries, proposal and course material of important their projects with no additional charges.

The college will likewise mastermind introduction and initial sessions that would advantage them for their learning and scholarly up-degree.

Dr. Shahid Siddiqui said they will address extraordinary issues of such understudies with every conceivable mean, basically through new innovation. At first, the office will be accessible at Central Library University's fundamental Campus and later it will be reached out to local workplaces everywhere throughout the nation. The library remains opens from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day with the exception of Sunday. It acts as national library, as understudies from other instructive organization can likewise profit by it.

Sunday, September 6, 2015

OGDCL sponsored girls’ hostel inaugurated at QAU

ISLAMABAD: A lodging with settlement limit of 300 understudies on Saturday was introduced at the grounds of Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU) in a joint effort with Oil and Gas Development Company Ltd (OGDCL).

Overseeing Director of OGDCL, Zahid Mir and Vice Chancellor of QAU Dr Javed Ashraf were available on the event.

Development of the lodging was supported by OGDCL under its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) system, said a press discharge issued here.

Talking on the event Dr Javed Ashraf commended the respectable stride of OGDCL and asked the Corporate Sector of the nation to approach and bolster the head foundations.

The Vice Chancellor said that QAU was a governmentally contracted college gave to showing & research.

At QAU understudies were conceded from everywhere throughout the nation as indicated by local quantity, absolutely on legitimacy.

He adulated the liberal gift of OGDCL and trusted that lack of lodging convenience would be handled effectively with the fulfillment of the new inn.

Mr. Zahid Mir, Managing Director Chief Executive Officer of Oil and Gas Development Company Ltd (OGDCL) while tending to the service said subsequent to its commencement the organization had constantly given top need to the improvement of groups dwelling in and around the Company's zone of operations.

Saturday, September 5, 2015

PU faculty research award

LAHORE, Punjab University's Hailey College of Commerce Assistant Prof Dr Hafiz Zafar Ahmad took part in worldwide meeting held at New York, USA composed via Training Center for Social Science and Education. Dr Zafar introduced examination paper on "Administration Accounting" which was proclaimed the best research paper of the gathering. The meeting was gone to by very nearly 30 researchers from 16 nations of the world. PU Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran has saluted Dr Zafar on this historic point accomplishment.

UET: University of Engineering and Technology (UET) will revive after yearly summer excursion on Monday (today).A UET representative said brief therapeutic examination of boarding understudies of the varsity was additionally led and in such manner a medicinal camp was set up by the University's Health Clinic on Sunday.

Friday, September 4, 2015

HEC invites applications

Islamabad: Higher Education Commission (HEC) has welcomed applications from nonnatives and Pakistan source understudies having double nationality under self-fund plan for the year 2015-16.

As indicated by an archive of HEC, the plan with predetermined number of seats in the controls of Medicine (MBBS), Dentistry, (BDS), Pharmacy (Pharm-D) and BSc Engineering is intended to encourage both remote and also Pakistan beginning double nationality holders for confirmation in colleges/establishments of Pakistan.

Understudies with HSSC or comparable capability having 60 for every penny imprints are qualified to apply. Finished data is accessible on HEC site (www.hec.gov.pk/sfs) The last date for online accommodation of utilizations is September 28, 2015.

Thursday, September 3, 2015

Punjab Government to launch Punjab Youth Internship Program 2015




LAHORE: The Government of Punjab is going to launch the Punjab Youth Internship Program (PYIP) 2015 to enable the unemployed graduates (16 years of education) of the province to boost their productive skills in order to avail better employment opportunities in both private and public sector.

According to Government of Punjab, PYIP will benefit the 25,000 students who have 16 years of education (either BS Hons. or Master) and will be given a monthly stipend of Rs. 15,000 during the internship program via Easy Pay Card. The duration of the internship will be 6 months.

Punjab Youth Internship Program 2015 Eligibility Criteria:

Age: 18 to 30 years

Education: 16 years of education OR Technical/Vocational Diploma holders, Sub-Engineers, Health Technicians, Paramedics, Agriculture & Livestock Technicians.

Degree: Degree/Diploma must be recognized from HEC/Technical Boards and attained from a local/foreign/government/private institute.

Degree Completion Date: Passed in the year 2012 or onwards

Domicile: Punjab

Identity: valid CNIC/Form-B

Punjab Youth Internship Program 2015 Duration:

The duration of all internship program under the scheme is of 6 months.

Punjab Youth Internship Program 2015 Stipend:

Interns of all programs under the scheme will receive 15,000/month during the internship via Easy Pay Card.

Punjab Youth Internship Program 2015 Registration:

Students who fulfilled the above mentioned criteria can get themselves registered at the Website of PYIP

Willing Employers can access the registration form of PYIP from here

Willing Institutes can access the registration form of PYIP from here

Punjab Youth Internship Program 2015 Helpline:

0800-12345

Open-air school serving poor kids

Islamabad: An open air sch-ool has been proceeding in government capital coddling the instructive needs of less lucky kids where volunteers were devotedly connected with the reason.

Number of youngsters assemble in the recreation center close F-6/2, to get the learning at an open spot where volunteers give them quality training without charging any expense and the quantity of understudies fit in with poor section of the general public was expanding by the day Ayub Khan a volunteer of the school told APP.

He included that those youngsters who need to get information and were not ready to manage the cost of the charges of schools, giver made their life less demanding for them.

Sadia Iqbal, a volunteer said, "We all educators need to make kids taught, so that they could assume their fundamental part in the financial flourishing of the general public," including that, "We have offspring of differing age gatherings to teach them and give them a splendid future".

Faisal Khan an understudy of class 5 of the school said, "I was extremely quick to get information however shockingly, I couldn't manage the cost of school charges yet this open air school was helping me all that anyone could need".

Ayesha Karim, an understudy of class 6 said that she needed to turn into an educator romanticizing her instructors.

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Samosa vendor’s son gets 1st position in inter exam

LOWER DIR: Shah Faisal made his guardians feel pleased in Lower Dir by securing first position in halfway examinations.

Shah Faisal, similar to his dad, offers Samosas however his diligent work and affection for training transformed him into a splendid understudy.

He secured first position in middle (Computer Science) examinations held under Board of Intermediate Education Malakand.

It is Shah Faisal's fantasy to seek after advanced education and keeping in mind the end goal to make it work out as expected he has as of now got himself enlisted for System Engineering project in Peshawar University.

In spite of the fact that Shah Faisal has secured affirmation in Peshawar University on the premise of his extraordinary execution in the halfway examination, he doesn't have enough assets to seek after his fantasy.

In the wake of coming back from school, Shah Faisal offers Samosas with his dad at Chakdara market and together they scarcely figure out how to bring home the bacon.

Shah Faisal has engaged the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government to get him grant in Peshawar University.

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

KP Governor for giving national priority to education

PESHAWAR: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Governor Sardar Mahtab Ahmad Khan Saturday said that it is basic to give instruction the national need as this is crucial for national union and thriving.

Tending to as the boss visitor at the second Convocation of Islamia College University of Peshawar, the Governor said it is a time of science, innovation and inquire about and focused on the requirement for advancement in data innovation, science and subjective exploration for putting the nation and the country headed straight toward thriving.

The Governor saluted the recognized understudies and their guardians and said you have an incredible future and you need to contend with whatever is left of the world and win great name for your nation and included that the graduates must understand this universe of information.

The Governor said that we can accomplish the target of instruction just on the off chance that it is supplemented by character building of our more youthful eras.

"They must have an unmistakable feeling of our history, our social qualities and religious standards," he included.

Congratulating all the graduating understudies, the representative additionally wished them a fruitful future.

"Whatever you do, do it with adoration and energy, regard yourself and admiration others, be tolerant and kind, endeavor hard and point high," he further exhorted the understudies.

Valuing the administrations of this incredible establishment, the Governor said that Islamia College is a College as well as stands for an awesome vision and its understudies and workforce have driven and served the country in a model way amid the most recent 100 years.

Bad habit Chancellor of the University Prof. Dr Ajmal Khan likewise highlighted remarkable components of the accomplishments and additionally execution of the college.

Prior the Governor honored degrees and awards to graduates.