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BILINGUAL EDUCATION SYSTEM AT PRIMARY SCHOOLS OF PAKISTAN

  • Arooj Shahzad
  • Oct, 2018
  • Education

According to a Chinese Proverb: “If you are planning for a year sow rice; if you are planning for a decade plant trees; if you are planning for a life time educate people.”

UNESCO proclaimed 21st February as International Mother Language Day in its general conference in November 1999. The first Mother Language Day ceremony was held at the headquarters of UNESCO and its Director Ge...


SCIENCE EDUCATION AND FUTURE OF PAKISTAN

  • SHAHID AHMAD KHAN
  • July, 2018
  • Education

Education in mathematics, science and technology is crucial for the long term economic development of a nation

We are living in a world which is changing faster than we think. In fact, the touch of innovational technologies has changed the face of the world familiar to our forefathers. It is high time for us to keep pace with the world.

Since inception, Pakistan ha...


RESEARCH WRITING: EASIER SAID THAN DONE

  • ASHOK R. PATEL
  • Apr, 2018
  • Education

"A naturalist’s life would be a happy one if he had only to observe and never write" 

New-comers to the world of research would totally agree to the above quoted phrase. Given an option, even the most successful scientists would opt to conduct new research in the lab rather than writing a fresh draft of work done. But, as we all know communication of one’s research work...


EMERGING TRENDS AND ISSUES IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING IN PAKISTAN

  • ZAHID MAJEED SHEIKH
  • Aug, 2017
  • Education

The Pakistani school and college education system in the public sector and to a certain extent in the private sector, there is more emphasis on rote learning method in teaching English where a teacher gives a talk and the students sit in a passive learning environment

English language learning and teaching are considered very important because the students learn English for academic ...


A COMPREHENSIVE VIEW OF EDUCATION REFORMS IN PUNJAB

  • ZAHID MAJEED SHEIKH
  • June, 2017
  • Education

Education reform is primarily an objective to change public education. An insight into history reveals that reforms have taken different forms because reformers had varied opinions and motivations. In the West, since the 1980s, education reform has been the hub of changing the existing system from the one focused on inputs to the one focused on outputs. This is a paradigm shift from teacher orientation ...


Decline of Education in Pakistan

  • Arooj Shahzad
  • Feb, 2017
  • Education

AN OVERVIEW

Education plays a pivotal role in the development of the country. High literacy rate ensures sustainable economic development, labour productivity and economic prosperity. Equalization of educational levels eliminates regional inequalities and gender discrimination. It also strengthens the ability to meet the emerging challenges of the modern world through upgrading the ...


EDUCATION IN DISARRAY

  • Muhammad Azam Khan
  • Jan, 2017
  • Education

"Your education today is your economy tomorrow" —ANDREAS SCHLEICHER Leading Educationist, Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

Manipulation of education to serve political purposes has been an Achilles heel of Pakistan. From widespread distribution of Ayub’s biography, “Friends Not Masters” in schools across Pakistan to nationalization of educational instituti...


Higher Education in Pakistan

  • Dr. Iram Khan
  • Sep, 2016
  • Education

Pakistan's revolution in the field of higher education began with the start of the new millennium, when Higher Education Commission (HEC) replaced a sleepy and dormant Universities Grants Commission

In this age of knowledge economy, it is not just literacy but higher education that is needed to fuel the engine of socio-economic development. Literacy is now more generally equated with s...