|Area |Country |Status |
|1 |Al-Anjal Pakistan International School, P.O.Box: 8586,|Holy Makkah | |K.S.A |Co-Education |
| |Al-Rusaifah | ...
A Comparison and Contrast of the
Primary Education System in Australia with the one in Pakistan
Word Count: 811
Education is the process of understanding and acquiring knowledge. Every parent in the world wants the best education for their children. According to Article 28 of...
Status of Women in Pakistan
The status of women in Pakistan varies considerably across classes, regions, and the rural/urban divide due to uneven socioeconomic development and the impact of tribal, feudal, and capitalist social formations on women's lives. The Pakistani women of today enjoy a better...
South Asian Association of Regional Co-operation (SAARC) was formed in 1983 but it was not until 1985 that it started seeking concrete results. The countries of South Asia, one fifth of the entire humanity, are: Pakistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Maldives, India and Sri Lanka...
Dr. Saqib Shahzad , Riasat Ali , Muhammad Zaighem Qadeer , Hukamdad , Muhammad Saeed Khan Institute of Education & Research, University of Science & Technology, Bannu, 2 Project director CIEDA Ministry of Education, Islamabad 3 Department of Education, NUML Islamabad, Pakistan 4 Department...
Relation between education and economic growth in KPK
My research is about the educational issues in Kp, I want to identify that education have positive or negative impact on growth in GDP. All around the world in now a day’s education is considered as the most important and working...
Co-education is a system of education in which both boys and girls attend the same institution or classes. It is an evident feature of the new era and was not practiced in early ages. This co-education is common in many Western and European countries. However, this system has...
2. Advantages of co-education.
3. Difficulties and disadvantages.
The problem of co-education is primarily concerned with the education of women. If education is necessary for...
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Agreement on the Early Harvest Program
Agreement on the Early Harvest Program for the Free Trade Agreement between China and Pakistan (English Version)
Annex 1-A Common List of Zero Tariff (Chinese Tariff)
Annex 2-A Offer List of Zero Tariff (Chinese List)
Annex 3-A Schedule...
The study designed to find out the problems faced by female teachers teaching co-educational classes at secondary level in Rawalpindi city and cantonment.
This humble effort is dedicated to our parents who did their best to uplift us to the height of an ideal...
Education System in Pakistan
The education system in Pakistan is generally divided into five levels:-
1) Primary (Grades one to Grade 5)
2) Middle (Grades six to Grade 8)
3) High (Grade Nine to Grade 10) Also known as Secondary
4) Intermediate (Grade eleven to 12) Also known as...
to get close with each other and not to interect with each other. Now Pakistan was established in the name of
Islam. We have separate education institutes up to the 12th standard.
But Public sector came up with this idea that co-educational institutes are required,After that, at University level
Co-education: a big No!
Co-education is the education system where both of the sexes, males and females, study together at one place; a school college or a university. Co-education has its own disadvantages especially in an Islamic State like Pakistan, where people have a very conservative set...
Co-education means the education of boys and girls in
same school,colleges or universities. This is a modern
concept and has brought remarkable change in the
sociesties. It was first introduces in Switzerland,
but now it has become popular almost in all Europe and
main reasons of declining educational standards at
secondary level in Karachi, Pakistan
Waqar-un-Nisa Faizi*, Anila Fatima Shakil and Farida Azim Lodhi
Department of Education, Jinnah University for Women Karachi, Pakistan.
Accepted 24 November, 2010
The cause of this investigation was to identify...
Pakistan India Relations
As seen in “The Nation” newspaper. Link http://nation.com.pk/archives/May-20-2008
Pakistan-India relations since independence have been the victim of oscillations between short-lived periods of euphoria and raised expectations followed by long intervals marked by disappointment...
Why should Co-education be adapted in the public schooling system in Bahrain?
Co-education is a modern phenomenon applied in most of the developed countries such as The United States of America, England and Singapore. Unfortunately, the Middle Eastern countries have neglected this significant...
economy of Pakistan. The variables are inflation and unemployment. The data was taken from 1991 to 2010. The result shows that there is a strong negative correlation between inflation and unemployment. That the inflation and unemployment cannot control at the same time and in the country like Pakistan, these...
Causes of terrorism in Pakistan:
The sectarian anti-Shiite militant groups like the Sipah-i-Sahaba Pakistan were preaching hatred against the Shiite Muslims and employing some terrorist activities. The extremist sectarian intolerance came to Pakistan only after 1979 revolution in Iran...
THE FUTURE OF PAKISTAN
The exercise of pondering over the future of Pakistan essentially boils down to suggesting that several things might happen over the next few years in Pakistan-or that, just possibly, none of them will. A rather foggy crystal ball, for Pakistan’s future is as ambiguous and confusing...
ICT as an enabler of Socio-Economic Development
PITC, Lahore, Pakistan firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract: Today’s is a world of many divides, one of the most typical being the Digital Divide which in itself has given birth to or is worsening other economic and social divides. In this world...
Businessmen, because Children of corporate class have all material goods.
Jahangir Siddiqui Group is one of the biggest financial services providers of Pakistan. This group is also the 2nd largest shareholder of the insurance company EFU. Jahangir Siddiqui was Pakistani Rags to Riches Business Tycoon, who...
African Journal of Education and Technology
Volume 1 Number 2 (2011), pp. 45- 51
ISSN 2045-8460 (Online)
ISSN 2045-8452 (Print)
THE FACTORS AFFECTING THE STUDENTS’ PERFORMANCE: A CASE STUDY OF
ISLAMIA UNIVERSITY OF BAHAWALPUR, PAKISTAN
Muhammad DANIYAL1; Tahir NAWAZ1;...
hundred. The perpetrators were never caught.
Pakistan and state sponsored terrorism
In 2009, Pakistani President Asif Zardari admitted at a conference in Islamabad that Pakistan had, in the past created terrorist groups as a tool for its geostrategic agenda Pakistan had long been accused by neighbors Bangladesh...
cultural development emphasizing collective self-reliance. Its seven founding members are
• Sri Lanka
Meetings of heads of state are usually scheduled annually; meetings of foreign secretaries, twice annually. It is headquartered in...
which the people are deprived of basic necessities of life such as clothing, shelter, food, education and health.
Majority of the people are almost unaware of technologies and technical education. People are poor and they can’t afford fee of private schools and the condition of Govt...
decided that the official poverty line for Pakistan will be estimated on 2350 calories per adult equivalent
per day. This is based on an adult equivalent intake of 2150 calories in the urban areas and 2450 calories in the rural areas. The poverty
line for Pakistan for FY1999 on this basis has been defined...
TEST TYPE FOR CANDIDATES HAVING 12 YEARS EDUCATION:
NAT-IE (Pre Engineering)
NAT-IM (Pre Medical)
NAT-IA (Arts / Humanities)
NAT-ICS (Computer Science)
NAT-IGS (General Science)
B) TEST TYPE FOR CANDIDATES HAVING 14 YEARS EDUCATION:
NAT-IIA (Arts & Social Science)
Democracy in Pakistan
The appraisal of last 60 years of democracy
Where does Pakistan stand in terms of democracy?
Is the democracy – an issue of Pakistan or all Muslim countries?
Is the democracy an issue of Pakistan or all third world countries?