Scores of Chilas residents on November 9 held a protest against the burning down of a girls' school in Diamer, Gilgit Baltistan. All major political and religious parties attended the protest terming the incident an "act of terror".
After facing severe backlash online, Lahore's Government College University (GCU) has removed the "caste column" on its admissions form.
What can the Punjab govt do to deal with the shortage of 90,000 teachers
Over 7,000 Pakistanis enrolled in Chinese universities have been trapped in a whirlpool of hope and despair for over two years. They are studying online because Beijing has barred the return of foreign students due to a COVID travel ban.
In a country where only 13% of the girls are still in school by the time they reach the ninth grade, it is not surprising that families do not focus on their education and career.
The Sindh Government has passed a law reviving students’ unions after almost 4 decades. VoicePk.net talks to students and university administration on how they think these unions will change life on campus.
Baloch students are staging a sit-in outside the VC office in PU against what they have termed as a ‘deliberate procedural delay’ in the allotment of seats reserved for students belonging to the Balochistan province
“Under this Govt, we are witnessing a gradual Madrasization of Public Schools at a level not seen even during Zia’s era,” says Educationist A.H Nayyar while responding to Murad Ras's remarks about making "scarves & caps" part of school uniforms.
Teachers in Islamabad have been told not to use the rod for students as they may face penalties for violating a law on banning corporal punishments in schools across the federal territory.
All 70 schools managed by the Punjab Workers' Welfare Fund are shut, as employees demand amenities on par with other Govt Depts.