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    Ma Political Science Syllabus Peshawar University

  • ARTSPEAK: SCIENCE OF ART, ART OF SCIENCE

    The seven liberal arts included sciences until the Victorian era when a narrower interpretation of science as comprising physics, chemistry and mathematics was established...

    The perception of art and science as separate pursuits became the new norm...

  • Is syllabus a Kashmir issue?

    I HAVE recently read that the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has introduced its own syllabus...

    Then I read that ‘constitutional development’ has been added to the Punjab syllabus...

  • Sindh: obsolete syllabus

    THE syllabus followed in Sindh’s schools and colleges is obsolete...

    Books on science subjects like biology, physics and chemistry have not been revised and are hence worthless...

  • Govt asked to include profile of Sher Shah Suri in syllabus

    PESHAWAR: Speakers at a seminar here on Wednesday demanded of the authorities to include profile of celebrated Pakhtun king Sher Shah Suri in school history book so that young people could know about his achievements...

    The Poha Foundation, a civil society organisation, held the seminar titled ‘Life and achievements of Sher Shah Suri’ at Pashto Academy, University of Peshawar...

  • Proposal to include Quran in syllabus rejected

    ISLAMABAD: The Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) on Wednesday rejected the government’s proposal to include teachings of Quran in schools syllabus...

    The members found too many lacunas in the books and said they could not be incorporated in the schools syllabus...

  • Five seminary boards to adopt FBISE syllabus

    ISLAMABAD: The Ittehad-i-Tanzeemat-i-Madaris, an umbrella organisation of five seminary boards, on Wednesday agreed to adopt the syllabus of the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) for matriculation and intermediate...

    The joint education adviser from the education ministry, Rafiq Tahir, confirmed that all five religious boards agreed to adopt the FBISE syllabus for matriculation and intermediate...

  • School syllabus should have content on interfaith harmony: NCHR

    ISLAMABAD: The National Commission for Human Rights (NCHR) in a report has stressed the need for incorporating content on interfaith and intrafaith harmony in the national school curriculum to promote tolerance and coexistence among different communities...

    The report, “Understanding the agonies of ethnic Hazaras in Balochistan” was shared with Dawn by NCHR Chairman retired Justice Ali Nawaz Chowhan on Friday
  • Footprints: Political science 101

    LAHORE: Academic work is off on account of Pakistan Day at Punjab University, the campus eerily quiet and devoid of students...

    And yet, as the university spokesperson shares, over 200 uniformed and plain-clothes policemen, apart from the university’s own security staff, are currently deployed here...

  • Why you should vote, according to political science

    The weeks leading up to the 2018 general elections have involved violent terrorist attacks on political meetings, arrests of party workers, curtailments on press freedom and reasonable skepticism among political parties and observers about the existence of a fair playing field...

    As a political scientist working on a project on women’s voter participation, the news from Peshawar, Bannu and Mastung made me wonder whether designing...

  • Science students top Peshawar board SSC results

    PESHAWAR: A student of the Frontier Scouts Cadet College, Warsak Road, topped the Secondary School Certificate results announced by the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Peshawar, here on Wednesday...

    The result was declared in the auditorium of the University Public School...

  • Punjab University bans entry of political, religious figures on premises

    The Punjab University (PU) administration has issued orders banning the entrance of political, religious and social personalities in the university premises...

    After receiving a preliminary report and recommendations on the matter, Punjab University issued a code of conduct stating that at the time of admission students' parents will be asked to submit a written testimony that their children will not get involved in any political...

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