Monday , February 19 2018

Education

Quality education our foremost priority: President Masood khan

Islamabad: A delegation of 4th Year medical students from the Poonch Medical College, Rawalakot called on Sardar Masood Khan, President AJK at President Secretariat, Islamabad. The students discussed their concerns on various administrative and academic issues relating to Poonch Medical College and the recent delay in the announcement of their …

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NUST ranks among 500 global universities

Islamabad:The National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST) has emerged among the top 500 universities in the world as ranked by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) in its World University Ranking 2018. QS is a British company which specialises in education and study abroad. According to the recently released rankings, NUST is …

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Baligh ur Rehman appreciates Canadian govt’ assistance program for Pakistan

Islamabad: Minister for Education and Eng. Muhammad Baligh ur Rehman on Friday has said  the Canadian Government’s ongoing assistance programme for Pakistan’s education sector was appreciable and Government of Pakistan was  utilizing the same for the benefit of the people of state . The Minister  stated this during a meeting …

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South Waziristan to get FATA University campus soon

Rehmat Mehsud Islamabad: As normalcy returns to the region, South Waziristan will get a campus of FATA University to launch Master of Arts (MA) and Master of Science (MSC) level classes most probably from the upcoming September, a lawmaker said on Wednesday. “Funds will be transferred after two months to …

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Annual Prize distribution at FG Fazaia Public School

“Conferring modern education to new generation is the need of hour”, this was said by the chief gues Wajid Masaud, Senior Coordinator Monitoring Evaluation and Training Federal Government Educational Institutions Cantts Garrisons Directorate Rawalpindi Khalid Mehmood Kiyani as a chief guest on the annual prize distribution of FG Fazaia Public …

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