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IHC orders Govt to appoint Chairman HEC within 15 days

IHC orders Govt to appoint Chairman HEC within 15 days

  The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Monday directed the Federal Government to appoint the Chairman Higher Education Commission (HEC) within 15 days. A single‑member bench comprising Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui issued the directives while hearing of a plea filed ...

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U.S. Universities interested in having Pakistani students:USEFP

U.S. Universities interested in having Pakistani students:USEFP

The Executive Director of USEFP, Rita Akhtar has said that American universities are very much interested in having Pakistani students on their campuses and this year’s delegation included representatives from New York University, Savannah College, Hiram College, University of Kentucky, ...

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Appointment of HEC Chairman:IHC summons Secretary Education on April 14

Appointment of HEC Chairman:IHC summons Secretary Education on April 14

  By Court Reporter Islamabad: The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Tuesday summoned Secretary Ministry of Education, Training & High Standards in Higher Education on April 14 to apprise the bench about the delay in appointment of regular Chairman Higher ...

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PM Nawaz now ‘Dr Nawaz’ as GCU awards honorary doctorate

PM Nawaz now ‘Dr Nawaz’ as GCU awards honorary doctorate

LAHORE: Government College University (GCU) awarded an honorary doctorate to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who is an alumnus of GCU, on Friday. “Today, we are in a knowledge-based economy,” the premier said, addressing students at the 12th annual convocation of Government ...

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Only 2pc candidates could pass CSS exams in 2013

Only 2pc candidates could pass CSS exams in 2013

ISLAMABAD: Since colonial times, the civil service has retained the prestige that comes with joining the country’s bureaucratic machine, which is why thousands of Pakistanis apply to join the civil service every year. Worryingly, however, the annual percentage of successful candidates ...

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Report: Degrees alone no longer sufficient for career in IT

Report: Degrees alone no longer sufficient for career in IT

A university degree is no longer sufficient for jobseekers to break into the IT industry, according to research from IT recruitment site CWJobs.co.uk. The report claims that 76 per cent of IT professionals recommend vocational training courses as a better ...

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