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LAHORE: HEC’s newly announced ranking may stir controversy

By Arsalan Haider, Daily Times

The Higher Education Commission (HEC) on Thursday announced ranking of Pakistani universities, which may stir a controversy due to significant changes in the positions of different universities as compared to those in the last ranking.

According to the ranking, two public-sector universities belonging to Lahore and two private-sector universities were placed in the top 10 list. The University of Punjab was placed on the fifth position. In private sector universities, the COMSATS University was on the ninth and the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) on the 10th position.
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Higher Education Commission announces ranking of Pakistani universities

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HEC chairman says ranking based on quality teaching, research

ISLAMABAD: The Higher Education Commission (HEC) on Thursday announced ranking of Pakistani universities.

The HEC Chairman Dr Javaid Laghari said at a press conference held at the commission’s secretariat that universities were ranked on the basis of quality teaching and research. “The primary purpose of the ranking exercise was to share with the general public a comprehensive data on the key issues that determined the state of higher education in a particular institution. Institutions established after December 2008 as well as distance education universities were excluded from the ranking lists,” Laghari said.
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ISLAMABAD: President signs regulation for Wana Cadet College in SWA

President Asif Ali Zardari Tuesday signed the regulation for the establishment of Wana Cadet College in South Waziristan Agency in FATA.

Spokesperson to the President Farhatullah Babar said that the prime minister during his address at the Governor’s House in Peshawar on August 27, 2008, had announced the establishment of six cadet colleges to promote quality education and provide better educational opportunities to the youth of FATA. Read More »ISLAMABAD: President signs regulation for Wana Cadet College in SWA

The Pseudo Courts of Pakistan: Jirga جرگہ A Short Story in Urdu

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JIRGA جرگہ

جستجو
حکمت اور دانش سے بھرپور تحریریں
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جرگہ 
پاکستانی معاشرہ کی ”نیم حکیم“ عدالتوں کے طبیبوں اورمریضوں کا ایک احوال ، اور ایک انوکھا پہلو
یوم آزادی پر آپ کے غوروفکر کے لیے ایک تحفہ
 از: محمّد بن قاسم، جستجو
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ایک سخت گرم دن کی صورت میں جھلسادینے والی تپش برساکر اب سورج مغربی پہاڑوں کے پیچھے چھپنے کی تیّاری کررہا تھا۔ اس کا سُرخ چہرہ اس امر کی غمّازی کررہا تھا کہ وہ اپنا کام نامکمّل چھوڑ کر جانے پر سخت غُصّہ میں ہے، اور وہ دوسرے دن ایک بار پھر تپادینے والا عذاب لے کر آدھمکے گا۔ فی الوقت پہاڑوں اور ان کے دامن میں واقع وادیوں میں بسنے والے انسان، جانور، چرند و پرند، اپنی اپنی پناہ گاہوں کی جانب رواں دواں تھے۔
سمندر خاں نے ایک پہاڑی چٹان کے چھجّے کے نیچے ایک عارضی سایہ گاہ سے اپنی رائفل اٹھا کر اپنے کندھے پر ڈالی، اور پانی کی چھاگل اُٹھا کر اپنے منہ سے لگا کر اس سے چند قطرے پانی پینے کی ایک ناکام کوشش کی! چھاگل خشک ہوچکی تھی، اس خالی چھاگل کو بھی اس نے اپنی کمر سے بندھی ایک بیلٹ سے لٹکالیا، اور ایک موٹے سے ڈنڈے کی مدد سے اپنی بھیڑبکریوں کے گلّے کو جمع کرنا شروع کردیا۔ جلد ہی وہ اس ریوڑ کے کے پیچھے چلتا ہوا اپنے گاؤں کی جانب چل پڑا۔ وہ تاریکی ہوجانے سے پہلے ہی، جلد از جلد، گھر پہنچ جانا چاہتا تھا۔ ایک اور گرم دن میں جانوروں کی دیکھ بھال کرنے کے بعد اس وقت پیاس سے Read More »The Pseudo Courts of Pakistan: Jirga جرگہ A Short Story in Urdu

Higher Education Commission of Pakistan devises new rating criteria for private universities

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ISLAMABAD: The Higher Education Commission (HEC) has devised a new rating criteria for private sector universities by which all categories X, Y and Z will cease to exist and degrees awarded by universities/degree awarding institutions (DAIs) holding such categories will not be recognized by the HEC.Read More »Higher Education Commission of Pakistan devises new rating criteria for private universities

Overseas Pakistanis Foundation to set up more academic institutions

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Overseas Pakistanis Foundation (OPF) has decided to formulate a comprehensive policy, to establish new education institutions for children of Overseas Pakistanis.

In the meeting of Board of Governors (BOG), the Board evaluated the performance of OPF Educational Institutions and stressed upon the OPF management to improve the academic and administrative standards of all the institutions.Read More »Overseas Pakistanis Foundation to set up more academic institutions

Two Pakistani universities ranked among top 200

Two Pakistani universities ranked among the top 200 Technology Universities of the World, one of them is Federal Government University, according to Quality Standard World University Ranking 2010.

However, another five Pakistani universities including Quaid-i-Azam University, National University of Science & Technology, University of Karachi, University of Engineering & Technology, Lahore and University of Lahore (Private Sector) ranked among World Top 600 Universities, according to World Ranking of Universities.Read More »Two Pakistani universities ranked among top 200