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  • Pakistani researchers lay the foundation for building Urdu speech recognition system

    The possibility of some software application developer coming up with an Urdu speech recognition program just got more likely as the most fundamental tool needed for it has just been developed at Lahore’s Information Technology University...

    Linguistic technology expert Dr Agha Ali Raza and his team at ITU’s Center for Speech and Language Technologies (CSaLT) laboratory has released for public use a corpus of Urdu sentences that...

  • PM’s speech highlights perception judicial system is not delivering

    ISLAMABAD: The Aug 19 speech by Prime Minister Imran Khan in which he spoke, among other issues, about the delay in the adjudicatory process has again highlighted the perception that the judicial system in the country is not delivering...

    In his speech, the prime minister had showed his intention of meeting Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar for bringing reforms in the judicial system so that cases could not take so long and...

  • 2nd Test: Pakistan maintain stronghold despite English resistance

    DUBAI: Pakistan grabbed three key wickets including the key scalp of Alastair Cook to sense victory in the second Test against England after Younis Khan smashed a century in Dubai on Sunday...

    Pakistan will need another seven wickets to force a 1-0 lead in the three-match series after Younis's brilliant 118 helped them set a daunting 491-run target for England...

  • Sukkur education dept gets biometric system

    SUKKUR: Sindh Educa­tion Department Secretary Dr Fazalullah Pechuho has said the biometric system has been introduced for the verification of presence of all school teachers on their duties...

    He was speaking at the inauguration of the biometric system introduced in connection with verification of teachers and other employees of the education department of the Sukkur region, at a programme held at the Director Education Office here on...

  • ‘Geographical divides, education system reinforce gender stereotypes’

    ISLAMABAD: A seminar on ‘Pakistan’s Struggle to Redefine the Status of Women’ was held on Wednesday in order to discuss why laws are not making a difference, what is needed to challenge the patriarchal mindset and the role of the media...

    The event was hosted by White Ribbon Pakistan, the National Commission on Status of Women (NCSW) and Global Village Space...

  • ‘Standardising education system can promote peace’

    ISLAMABAD: Speakers at a workshop titled ‘Education: an advocacy niche for peace’ urged the government to standardise the education system because, they said, it was the best way to promote peace and social cohesion...

    The workshop, which was held on Friday by the South Asia Partnership (SAP) Pakistan, aimed to help develop an improved standard of education...

  • Is our education system ‘too broken’ for reforms?

    While it is no secret that Pakistan needs to better spend its education budget, the much-needed reform process is likely to be easier said than done...

    Fighting against a culture of doctored statistics, intense pressure from top officials, an insipid bureaucracy and ‘ghost’ teachers,donor and education officials in at least three provinces are trying to swim against the tide...

  • Epitome of education system in disarray

    But, unfortunately, despite its appropriate enrollment, the school condition paints a gloomy picture of our education system, belying tall claims of education authorities regarding the provision of facilities to schools...

    Muhammad Maqbool a student’s father, said the deplorable condition of the school should serve as an eye-opener to the Punjab government which claimed to have provided better facilities in the education sector... ...

  • Mansehra’s education system in a shambles

    With dozens of schools lacking basic facilities, hundreds of children getting education under the open sky and scores of teacher posts lying vacant, the public sector education system in Mansehra district is in a shambles by and large...

    Critics lay the blame for this sad state of affairs on the local education department, which, according to them, consumes more than 70 percent of the district’s annual development budget but has...

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