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  • WEF warns of growing array of global risks

    LONDON: The global economy faces a worrying array of risks, from natural disasters related to climate change to hacking, according to experts polled by the World Economic Forum, which organises the gathering of political and business leaders in the Swiss resort of Davos...

    In a bleak assessment published on Thursday ahead of next week’s discussions in Davos, the WEF said its survey found that a failure to deal with and prepare for...

  • Training of 450 youth at Tevta institutes

    LAHORE: Training of another 450 unskilled youth in nine trades has begun at the institutes of Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (Tevta) under Prime Minister’s Youth Skill Development Programme...

    Every trainee would get a monthly stipend of Rs2,000 for the six-month courses in motor winding, general electrician, electrician, CCA, HVACR, tailoring and dress making, machinist, Auto CAD and welder...

  • Heads of 13 educational institutes booked for poor security

    RAWALPINDI: Police have registered cases against heads of 13 government and private schools for not making proper security arrangements in their institutions...

    The police said the administrations of the Pakistan Public School, Al-Rasheed Public School and Kehkashan Model School, Dhoke Hassu, had made wall-chalking announcing admissions in their institutes...

  • Govt, security agencies and education: Institutes urged to ‘nurture nationalism’

    LAHORE: The Punjab Higher Education Department has advised all the public- and private-sector universities and institutes in the province to nurture nationalism among their students...

    Addressed to vice chancellors and rectors of the universities and institutes in the province, a directive reads: “… it has been pointed out by various security agencies that research topics being given to the students in the universities of the province...

  • CJ orders CCTV cameras in special education institutes, buses

    LAHORE: The Lahore High Court on Monday ordered the Punjab special education department to get installed closed-circuit (CCTV) cameras in all schools for special children and also in the buses used for their transportation...

    During the first hearing of the petition held on Nov 16 at GOR-I residence of the chief justice, inspector general of police was ordered to immediately depute two unarmed police personnel each in the buses...

  • ‘Next generation of militants may emerge from academic institutes’

    KARACHI: Leading academicians have called for a coordinated and strong policy to check extremism that they believe is no more limited to conventional madressahs (seminaries) but can now be found in reputed public and private educational institutions, negating the ‘myth’ that radicalisation is linked with poverty and illiteracy...

    Officials of CTD, 40 varsities exchange views on radicalisation“Radicalisation [is] growing at academic...

  • Changes in PakTurk institutes: Parents, teachers seek sympathetic solution

    LAHORE: Withdrawal of faculty from PakTurk institutes and change of management at a time when new academic year is about to commence will not only adversely affect the standard of education but also have negative impact on students’ educational development...

    For the last 21 years or so, PakTurk institutes had been imparting modern and quality scientific and ethical education to students in Pakistan...

  • ‘Private educational institutes regulation bill in next PA session’

    LAHORE: Punjab Assembly’s Standing Committee on Education Chairman Qamarul Islam Raja has said a bill will be introduced in the next session of the legislature to regulate private educational institutes in the province...

    He was addressing as a chief guest at the launch ceremony of ‘education monitor’ and a discussion on ‘The state and private sector in education: quality, scale and regulation’ organised by the Society for Advancement...

  • CM promises more technical institutes in Balochistan

    QUETTA: Balochistan Chief Minister Nawab Sanaullah Zehri has said that modern technical training centres will be set up in the province to provide better opportunities to the youth...

    The provincial government would set up more such institutes in other cities, he added...

  • US institutes laud Punjab women protection initiative

    LAHORE: Top American institutions and universities have appreciated the Punjab Protection of Women against Violence Act Centres and say that it provides a wonderful opportunity for Pakistan’s neighbouring countries to follow the same lead...

    He held a series of meetings with high ranking officials on Capitol Hill, Council on Foreign Relations, US Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women’s issues at US Department of State, Deputy Assistant...

  • Entrance test for medical institutes on Aug 30

    LAHORE: The entrance test for admission to public and private sector medical and dental institutions of Punjab will be held on Aug 30 in 13 cities...

    Entrance test kits containing an application form, an information booklet and other relevant material would be available at the University of Health Sciences (UHS) and 14 other public sector medical universities and colleges of the province from Aug 1 while the last date for submission...

  • Punjab private schools ordinance: Steps to regulate private institutes at long last

    A good number of parents of students seeking education in private schools have been protesting in Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi and elsewhere against the owners of the institutions for ‘unprecedented’ fee increase...

    In case the institution is not registered, the in-charge shall apply for the registration of the institution within 45 days of the commencement of this Ordinance and Registering Authority shall decide the same within 60...

  • Two educational institutes threatened

    A case was registered with Aabpara police station under the Pakistan Penal Code (PPC) Section 505 for making statements conducing to public mischief and under the Telegraph Act’s section 25-D for causing annoyance...

    A case was registered with Ramna police station under PPC for criminal intimidation...

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