Tags : Education

FUAAST Bans Student Organization Activities

KARACHI: Federal Urdu University of Arts, Sciences & Technology (FUAAST) has imposed a ban on the activities of student organizations, as announced by the interim registrar on Wednesday. The decision has drawn condemnation from the affected parties. The notification stated that student organizations are prohibited from organizing any educational or non-educational activities at FUAAST. The […]Read More

Google Commits to Advancing AI in Pakistan with 45,000 Scholarships

Google has announced its commitment to advancing Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Pakistan through the provision of 45,000 scholarships for Google Career Certificates in 2024. In addition to these scholarships, Google has introduced two new initiatives aimed at empowering freelancers and women in the country. Recognizing Pakistan as the third-largest freelancing economy globally, Google aims to […]Read More

SECP, ministry of education sign MoU to promote financial literacy

The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) has taken a significant stride towards fostering financial literacy among students in federal educational institutions. In a ceremony held on Tuesday, the SECP inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Training. The MoU, signed by SECP Chairman Akif Saeed and […]Read More

Is it Possible to Achieve Success Without Formal Education: Is

Let’s have a chat about something interesting: Can you be successful without going to school? We’ll share stories of people who made it big without taking the usual educational route. Join us to explore different ways success can happen, whether or not you’re a fan of the traditional classroom. It’s a conversation for everyone – […]Read More

PEF-affiliated schools may see a fee increase

LAHORE: The Punjabi government is thinking of raising tuition for the millions of students enrolled in schools that are partners with the Punjab Education Foundation (PEF). Sources claim that an increase in tuition fees of Rs 100 for primary school students and Rs 50 for middle school students is currently under consideration. Students in elementary […]Read More

Pak Army, Frontier Corps Earn Praise for Education in Malakand

MALAKAND, Pakistan: The Pakistan Army and Frontier Corps have earned plaudits from residents of Malakand for their ongoing efforts to promote education in the region. Their initiatives focus on supporting vulnerable groups, particularly orphans and girls, by providing access to quality education and creating a welcoming learning environment. Orphan children have been identified and enrolled […]Read More

Education Minister Calls for Exam Overhaul in Pakistan

Pakistan’s Caretaker Federal Minister for Education and Professional Training, Madad Ali Sindhi, urged a paradigm shift in the country’s educational assessment system during the inaugural session of the IBCC 1st Annual Conference. Titled “Examination and Assessment Practices in Pakistan,” the two-day event brought together experts and stakeholders to discuss critical reforms in the education sector. […]Read More