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NAVTTC bringing youth, industry closer’

Islamabad : National Vocational and Technical Training Commission’s (NAVTTC) was providing free of cost facility to both youth and Pakistani industry to bring them closer and realize the dual objective of employment for youth and quality skilled workforce for industry. NAVTTC initiative for establishing Job Placement Centres with dedicated resources is linking Pakistani skilled workforce

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Islamabad.The Higher Education Commission has issued a list of over 140 fake and illegal educational institutions,including

 Islamabad Law College and Hunerkada College of Visual and Performing Arts. According to the HEC,  institutions not included in the list of recognised universities, institutions, and campus(es) available on its official website ‘may also be termed as non-recognised. Admission in such institutions with 96 in Punjab,5 in Sindh, 11 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and 3 in AJK 

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Appeal to resolve private schools eviction issue

Rawalpindi: Joint Action Committee (JAC) of All Pakistan Private Schools and Colleges Associations has appealed to the Prime Minister, Army Chief and Chief Justice of the Supreme Court to resolve the issue of eviction of private educational institutions from the Cantonment Board. Chaudhry Tayyab stated this while addressing principal convention against eviction of private schools

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IIUI dedicates corner to Dr. Rasheed Amjad

Islamabad: The ‘Gosha-e-Rasheed’ has been established in memory of famous novelist, researcher, critic, and renowned teacher of Urdu literature Dr. Rasheed Amjad at International Islamic University Islamabad(IIUI). Inaugurating the corner dedicated to Dr. Rasheed, Dr. Hathal Homoud Alotaibi, President, IIUI acknowledged the academic and literary services of Dr. Rasheed. He also thanked his family for

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Pakistan health, education officials to discuss closing schools.

PM’s aide Faisal Sultan believes the healthcare system has improved. The discussion will be held after a meeting of the National Command and Operation Centre in Islamabad, he added. Pakistan has been battling a second wave of coronavirus infections. The country reported 37 deaths from the virus and 2,300 new cases in the last 24

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No decision to shut schools in Punjab: minister

Punjab Minister for School Education Dr Murad Raas on Thursday said no decision has been taken to close schools in the province due to the increase in Covid-19 cases. Addressing a press conference in Attock, he urged schoolchildren to strictly follow standard operating procedures (SOPs). He said six months closure of educational institutions has already

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Just the tip of the iceberg

Broadsheet is just the tip of the iceberg, Prime Minister Imran Khan said Wednesday in a series of tweets about the corruption of the elite in Pakistan and how it stands exposed. The premier said the elite cannot hide behind the “victimisation” card when it comes to international revelations, making a reference to the Panama

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List of targets NAB assigned to Broadsheet

ISLAMABAD: When Gen Pervez Musharraf initiated an anti-corruption drive in 2000, the National Accountability Bureau had registered scores of people as targets and assigned them to Broadsheet LLC, a firm then hired for tracing assets allegedly made with corrupt money. The Sharif family was on the top of the list of the registered targets whereas

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