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  • Testing equipment donated to Khyber Teaching Hospital

    PESHAWAR: The World Health Organisation has donated equipment to fast-track the Covid-19 testing at the medical teaching institution Khyber Teaching Hospital...

    The equipment called thermo fisher QS-5 (96-well) RT PCR was handed over to the KTH director Tahir Nadeem Khan by head of WHO Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Dr Saeed Akbar Khan on Thursday, according to a press release...

  • Khyber Teaching Hospital closes ward after virus infects 16 health workers

    PESHAWAR: Khyber Teaching Hospital closed a ward after 16 health workers, half of them doctors, were infected by coronavirus as the pandemic continued to hit health professionals throughout the province due to non-compliance to standard operating procedures...

    On Monday, eight more staffers of the gynae ward tested positive for Covid-19, prompting the head of the unit to ask the administration to strictly adopt the one-patient one...

  • Covid-19 tests of 2,000 teaching, non-teaching staff conducted in Islamabad

    ISLAMABAD: As the first phase of the opening of educational institutions is going to start on Sept 15, 2,000 teaching and non-teaching staff of public and private colleges have been tested for Covid-19 with only one found infected with the virus...

    The infected person is a non-teaching staff member and contact tracing has been started to find out if any other person from the patient’s family and friends was infected...

  • 8 infants die at Sahiwal teaching hospital due to malfunctioning AC

    At least eight infants died at the DHQ Teaching Hospital Sahiwal in a span of 24 hours due to malfunctioning air conditioning in the children's ward, officials said on Sunday...

    Additional Secretary Health Rafaqat Ali after a preliminary inquiry confirmed that eight children had died at the facility, even though the medical superintendent of the hospital, Shahid Nazeer, initially claimed that only three newborns had died...

  • Russia confronts its past in teaching of 1917 revolution

    MOSCOW: Glorified during the Soviet era but denounced at the fall of the USSR, the 1917 Russian revolution is now taught in schools with neutrality the Kremlin hopes will “bring the nation together”...

    Just as Russian President Vladimir Putin celebrates episodes from both Soviet and Tsarist history, school textbooks shy away from choosing one side or another when it comes to the revolution and its consequences
  • Private schools yet to start teaching regional languages

    PESHAWAR: Although teaching of regional languages has been initiated in the government schools in the current academic year seven months ago, the private schools have bluntly refused to implement government’s decision in this regard...

    The elementary and secondary education department has declared five regional languages compulsory subject for teaching in public and private sector educational institutions in the respective areas... ...

  • Call for paradigm shift in teaching techniques

    “In order to achieve our aim we need a paradigm shift in our traditional teaching styles especially in the institutions of higher education,” he stressed...

    Dr Qamar recommended hybrid teaching styles to ensure quality teaching and learning for future generations...

  • Teaching without PhDs

    It becomes difficult for a teacher, who has been teaching for many years, to suddenly start studying again in order to fulfil the criteria of universities...

    They can easily be offered contract-based jobs, if not made full-time faculty members...

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