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PAKISTAN needs to generate millions of new jobs a year if it wants to absorb the young people who are currently looking to join the workforce. And it will need to continue creating an even larger number of new jobs every year, for at least a couple of decades, since we are still going through a demographic transition and are adding more young people to the population, Read more…
If we want to ensure employment for our youth, we have to invest heavily in our people.
NUSRAT Bibi taught in government primary schools for about 35 years before she retired. She was a head teacher for about a decade and a half out of the 35 years. When I met her she was close to retirement. She had been heading/teaching in the same school for about 15 years by then. This school was in a small village. Read more…
The role of a leader in our public education system cannot be emphasised enough.
A man enters a hotel and approaches the front desk to book a room. The front desk agent asks for his identity. While his room is being processed and keys arranged, his particulars (as per his computerized identity card), are searched through a web portal. As it happens, his particulars match the police crime database and it turns out that he is a criminal wanted by the police. Soon, the police arrive and arrest the man from his hotel room. Read more…
While pursuing its policy of no-compromise on quality and governance issues of higher education institutions, the Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan took many new steps in year 2016 to further strengthen country’s higher education sector.
HEC reviewed a total of 293 PhD programmes and 57 MPhil programmes of 171 universities, of which 31 PhD and 26 MPhil programmes of different universities were closed due to lack of fulfillment of minimum quality standards. Read more…