An official university letter doing rounds on social media claimed that unethical activities around the universities were in surge.
ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Federal Education and Professional Training Mr Shafqat Mahmood presided the Single National curriculum session which were attended by educational experts of public, private and religious sectors from all…
Bahria University has introduced a new policy according to which, male and female students have been banned from sitting together or forming groups.
PESHAWAR: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Member of Provincial Assembly Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Ayesha Bano, on Saturday, presented a bill that called on schools to hire psychologists as faculty members.
ISLAMABAD: The federal government has earmarked Rs 7407.361 million for ongoing and new schemes of Science and Technological Research Division for the financial year 2019-20 under the Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP). The…
Karachi: Chancellor Ziauddin University Dr Asim Hussain on Tuesday addressed the foundation stone-laying ceremony of a newly-established block of the varsity located in the Education City at Link Road.
On the eve of World Autism Awareness Day which was celebrated all over the world yesterday, hundreds of autistic families and their professionals gathered at Frere Hall in Karachi.
ISLAMABAD: Minister for Federal Education and Professional Training, Shafqat Mahmood said that the O and A levels system was going nowhere, on Friday.
An Egyptian university has overturned its decision to expel a male student over hugging his female friend on campus, in an incident that sparked controversy in the conservative country.
Provincial Education Department of Sindh and British Council have mutually agreed upon providing training to the government teachers.
The number of school-age children between in Pakistan is 50,158,104 out of which 37% are out of school, said a UNESCO report on education today.
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) in collaboration with Higher Education Commission (HEC) will provide fully funded scholarships to 583 Pakistani students for year 2019.
The former dean of Aitchison College Major Geoffrey Douglas Langlands died today after suffering from a brief illness. He was liked by a huge lot of students and will be remembered as ‘The Major’