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  • QAU, NUST among top 200 Asian universities

    Once again, no Pakistani university found a mark in the top 100 of the Times Higher Education’s (THE) Asia University Rankings 2016 released on Monday...

    The expansion of the THE Asia university rankings to include 200 institutions, however, allowed two Pakistani universities ? Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU), Islamabad, and National University of Science and Technology (NUST) ? to win places in the rankings where QAU stands at 101st...

  • 7 Pakistani institutions in Asia's top 300 universities

    The Times Higher Education's (THE) Asia University Rankings 2017 publication includes seven Pakistani institutions in the top 300, five of which are new entrants, according to a press release...

    The editor of THE, Phil Baty said, "It is fantastic news that Pakistan has more than tripled its representation in this year’s list of Asia’s best universities, taking seven places, up from two last year...

  • Nust, Lums among top 100 Asian universities

    The National University of Sciences And Technology (Nust) Islamabad and Lahore University of Management Sciences (Lums) have been listed among the top 100 varsities of Asia by the QS Asia Universities Rankings 2019...

    Both universities have improved their rankings this year and are placed in the top 100 institutions in the QS list, which names about 500 varsities...

  • Pakistan Chairs in 14 foreign universities lying vacant

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Chairs in 14 different international universities, which are supposed to be instrumental for image building of the country, have been lying vacant for five to 10 years...

    On the other hand, India’s all 300 Chairs in foreign universities are said to be filled...

  • Deradicalising our universities

    HEC’s current counterterrorism strategy is to establish a “directorate of students” within universities so that challenges faced by “students and staff would be registered, analysed and resolved”...

    Should one laugh or cry?Down the chain of command it’s no better: Karachi University’s vice chancellor denied responsibility even after being presented police evidence that a terrorist network Ansarul Sharia Pakistan (ASP) was operating...

  • Private universities

    THE present educational system is based on the principle of earning money only so as to fill the coffers of the owners of schools, colleges, universities and coaching centres...

    In private universities, the same lecturer teaches, sets question papers, checks them and prepares the results...

  • PA reduces term of government universities’ vice chancellors

    PESHAWAR: Making amendments to the relevant law, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly on Friday reduced the tenure of vice chancellors of government universities in the province and empowered the chancellor to remove vice chancellors without recommendation of the senates of the relevant universities...

    The assembly passed the long-awaited Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Universities (Amendment) Bill, 2015, which had drawn flak from the vice chancellors...

  • Panel to suggest VCs for KP universities

    PESHAWAR: The higher education department has initiated the formation of academic search committee to recommend appointment of vice chancellors to the government universities in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa...

    Under the recently amended Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Universities Act 2013, the academic search committee will be functional for two years...

  • 185 universities functioning without NOC from HEC

    ISLAMABAD: Despite making claims of bringing significant improvement in higher education sector, the Higher Education Commission (HEC) has failed to take action against illegal universities in the country...

    Some of them have affiliation with the public sector universities but are without the mandatory NOC of the HEC...

  • ‘Disturbing’ sexual harassment at Australian universities

    The findings came in an Australian Human Rights Commission report, conducted on behalf of the country’s 39 universities that questioned more than 30,000 students, after years of activism by women’s groups to discover the extent of the problem...

    is that incidents of sexual assault and sexual harassment are occurring at unacceptable rates at Australian universities,” said Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins...

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