Poetry and philosophy: Exploring Shakespeare

Karachi:February 13:The Area Study Centre for Europe (ASCE), University of Karachi, was the venue for a highly engrossing lecture on Shakespeare by a noted academic and visiting professor at the ASCE,

4,650 schools in Sindh selected for upgrades, expansion

Karachi:February 13:Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah on Monday said the provincial government would soon undertake a massive project to rehabilitate and expand 4,650 schools that have been spe

Karachi Literature Festival

Karachi:February 10:The debate on whether universities are the nurseries of terrorism or not dates back almost to the September 11, 2001 attacks in the US when some of the perpetrators were found to b

Clifton footpath schools’ head urges CJP to begin suo motu hearings

Karachi:February 8:Syeda Anfas Ali Shah, the chief of the Ocean Welfare Organization (OWO), an NGO running open-air schools for street children in the city, has requested the chief justice of Pakistan

SMIU to set up vocational training centre for underprivileged communities in Malir

sindh:February 8:The Sindh Madressatul Islam University (SMIU) will set up an institute for educational and vocational training for underprivileged people of nearby villages at the proposed site for i

Sindh okays promotions of 600 college teachers

Sindh:February 8:The Sindh College Education Department convened a meeting of the Departmental Promotion Committee on Wednesday approved 600 promotions of male and female lecturers of colleges.

HEC's business education council holds fifth deans' conference

KARACHI:06 February: The success of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) depends on the commitment and collaboration of all stakeholders, including political parties, public and private sector

Ex-senator Yasmeen Shah's BA degree declared fake

Karachi:February 6:Declaring former senator Yasmeen Shah’s graduation degree fake, the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) ordered on Monday that her salary and allowances be taken back.

Business education-CPEC link to have a long-term impact: governor

Karachi:February 6:The success of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) depends very much on the consensus, commitment, continuity and collaboration of all stakeholders, including political part

Girls at Karachi govt school showcase artistic flair, science projects

Karachi:04 january:An art and science exhibition organised by Karachi's Khatoon-e-Pakistan Government Girls School this weekend attracted a large number of visitors.

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