Chinese universities climb up leading global ranking

Chinese universities

Chinese universities are making a “dramatic” rise up a leading university rankings table as higher education institutions in Britain and the United States face growing competition from Asia.According to the annual Times Higher Education World University Rankings published Wednesday, two Chinese universities entered the top 15 for the first time in the 20-year history of […]

British Council Announces Good News for IELTS Aspirants

British Council

In a groundbreaking development, the British Council has unveiled a transformative feature for IELTS test takers who aim to improve their scores without the need for a complete retestThe innovative feature, aptly named ‘One Skill Retake,’ offers candidates the opportunity to reattempt a single section of the IELTS test, be it listening, reading, writing, or […]

Punjab Announces Holiday for Schools Amid Pink Eye Outbreak

Amid Pink Eye

Due to a surge in pink eye (conjunctivitis) cases, Punjab’s interim Chief Minister, Mohsin Raza Naqvi, has announced a one-day holiday for all government and private schools in Punjab, including Lahore, on 28 September 2023. The decision aims to curb the spread of this highly contagious eye disease among students. From the following Monday, students […]

CM Sindh Orders Action Against Absent School Teachers

CM Sindh

In a decisive move, Interim  CM Sindh , Justice (retd) Maqbool Baqir, has issued orders to address the issue of long-absent teachers in government schools across the province. A crucial meeting of the school education sector was convened under the stewardship of Justice Maqbool Baqir, during which Education Minister Rana Hussain and Secretary Shireen Narejo […]

Federal Education Dept is Facing a Deficit Worth Billions

Federal Education

The Federal Directorate of Education is facing a budget deficit of Rs. 7 billion.This was revealed during a briefing given to the caretaker Federal Minister Madad Ali Sindhi on his visit to the Federal Directorate of Education here on Tuesday. The minister also met with DG FDE Amjad Ahmed. Federal Minister Madad Ali Sindhi said […]

Karachi University Announces Good News For Teachers

Karachi University

In a significant development at the  Karachi University, regular faculty members have succeeded in securing a waiver for MPhil and PhD fees, marking a pivotal moment in their ongoing dispute with the administration. The decision to exempt teaching staff from these fees was announced following a series of protests and a teaching boycott orchestrated by […]

International Centre of Excellence holds its 1st Advisory Board Meeting

ICE International Centre of Excellence

The International Centre of Excellence (ICE) marked a significant milestone with its first-ever Advisory Board meeting. This momentous meeting marked the coming together of our Board of Directors & alongside with esteemed Senior Management Team, featuring Dr. Graham Spickett-Jones, Dean ICE. Ms. Sumbal Manzoor, Head of Centre, & Dr. Ali Raza Nemati, Group Director HR. […]

CDA Orders Schools to Provide Building Stability and Fire Safety Certificates

Fire Safety Certificates

The Capital Development Authority (CDA) has decided to take action against non-conforming uses of buildings for schools in the federal capital. A public notice has been issued by CDA Building Control Section, which states that such buildings have to submit Building Stability Certificate and Fire Safety Certificate. The notice also asked such schools to remove […]

Karachi University Teachers Announce Strike

Karachi University

The Karachi University Teachers Society (KUTS) has initiated a strike, effective today, citing severe concerns regarding administrative and financial turmoil crippling the institution. The strike, endorsed by the KUTS, is set to continue indefinitely until their grievances are addressed, as announced by KUTS Secretary Dr. Faizan-ul-Hassan Naqvi. One of the primary issues highlighted is the […]