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کیا استاد اور شاگرد کے مابین شادی کے رشتے کی روایت پڑنی اور بڑھنی چاہیے؟

کیا استاد اور شاگرد کے مابین شادی کے رشتے کی روایت پڑنی اور بڑھنی چاہیے؟

سہیل تاج                Sohailtaj@msn.com استاد اور شاگرد کا رشتہ ایک اس قدر معتبر ہے کہ اسے روحانی رشتے سے تعبیر کیا جا تا ہے۔استاد بغیر کسی لالچ اور فائدے کے علم کی روشنی شاگردوں تک منتقل کرتا ہے اور ...

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IHC dismisses Dr Shahnaz’s plea against her transfer from post of DG FDE

IHC dismisses Dr Shahnaz’s plea against her transfer from post of DG FDE

By Court Reporter The Islamabad High Court on Monday dismissed plea of Dr Shahahnaz Riaz,seeking nullification of her transfer orders from the post of Director‑General, Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) to the Capital Administration and Development Division (CADD). A single ...

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Pakistan to launch literacy movement; targets 4pc GDP for education

Pakistan to launch literacy movement; targets 4pc GDP for education

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif Saturday unveiled his government’s plan to launch a countrywide literacy movement to ensure enrollment of every child in the school, by introducing a package of incentives. “Our effort is to achieve the targets set ...

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AIOU launches free education program for a million out-of-school children

AIOU launches free education program for a million out-of-school children

An amount of Rs. 26 million has been allocated for the free education program. ISLAMABAD: Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) on Saturday launched a free education program for thousands of out‑of‑school children to promote the literacy rate in the country ...

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German schools offer classes in Islam to counter radical religious thinking

German schools offer classes in Islam to counter radical religious thinking

FRANKFURT — For the first time, German public schools are offering classes in Islam to primary school students using state-trained teachers and specially written textbooks, as officials try to better integrate the nation’s large Muslim minority and counter the growing ...

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Abysmal: 2.3m children remain out of school in Balochistan

QUETTA: On Universal Children’s Day today, more than 2.3 million children have no access to education in Balochistan, geographically the largest and most backward province of Pakistan. Poverty, worsening law and order situation, financial and social barriers combined with the ...

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