Alif Ailaan for storytelling workshop

Islamabad:March 26:MNAs from across the country participated in a lively storytelling workshop.

Fate of foreign medical graduates hangs in balance

Islamabad:24 March: Naqash Nasir, a resident of Rawalpindi, wanted to become a doctor.

Peshawar school victims among 112 recipients of awards

Islamabad:24 March: President Mamnoon Hussain, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Defence Minister Khawaja Asif and the three services chiefs meet children at the parade venue during the Pakistan Day celebr

Students will also appear in M.Phil in Basic Sciences

Islamabad: March 24:Students will also appear in M.Phil in Basic Sciences including diplomas in Child Health as well as Gynaecology and Obstetrics.

Over 100 students to appearin SZAB Medical University Exam

Islamabad: March 24:Over 100 local and foreign medical students will appear in the MD, MS and MDS exams (equivalent to PhD) to be held under the Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto (SZAB) Medical University h

AIOU VC for exploring avenues in Muslim states for education promotion

Islamabad:The Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) will explore the avenues to develop its interaction with the educational institutions in the Muslim countries to promote research work, as a follow-up

Fazaia Inter College wins bilingual declamation contest

Islamabad:Fazaia Inter College, Islamabad, won the All-Pakistan Bilingual Declamation Contest held at the Aftab Auditorium, Fazaia Inter College, says a press release. Chief of the Air Staff Air Chie

Fata Students Scholarships Increased

PESHAWAR: The officials in Fata Secretariat Wednesday decided to increase the scholarships for the tribal students in the professional colleges of the country. The decision was taken at the seventh F

Peshawar Army Public School Another injured Student Passes Away

PESHAWAR: Another student injured in the December 16 terrorist attack on the Army Public School (APS) lost his more than two-month battle for life at a military-run hospital here on Saturday. Ishaq A

Technical and Vocational Education and Training Policy Likely This Month

Islamabad: The first-ever Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) policy is likely to be launched this month to harness energies of youth as well as to reduce the drop-out ratio. The d
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