Education news in Pakistan
QUETTA, Feb 28: The British Council has announced that examinations of 0-Level will not be given in Quetta due to the poor law and order situation in the city, according to sources. The sources said on Thursday that officials of the British Council had informed schools providing 0-Level educ ation in Balochistan that they would have to send their stud ents to other cities, including Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad, for the exams. School administrations have subsequently informed parents about the decision of the British Council and advised them to make arrangements for sending their children to other cities. About 250 More >
Two days science exhibition, composed here by the Piggott Memorial Girls Higher Secondary School Hyderabad, finished up on Thursday evening.
An extensive number of students from diverse private and open parts schools went by the display where the students from essential to higher auxiliary level have shown useful models highlighting the most cutting edge developments in the field of science.
Vocalizing on the event, Bishop Kaleem John stated that instructive foundations working under the administration of the Diocese of Hyderabad Church of Pakistan while acknowledging the way that serving the homo sapien through instruction, expertise or spirit is love and a respectable More >
The 15th International Multi Topic Conference (INMIC) will be held in Islamabad, Pakistan from Thursday 13th to Saturday 15th December 2012. The conference is organized by Riphah International University, Islamabad with technical co-sponsorship of IEEE Islamabad Section.
The conference aspires to provide an opportunity for national and international researchers and practitioners to present the state of the art, state of the practice, and the future directions on the following topics.
The conference proceedings will be published by IEEE which will be indexed in IEEExplore.
Extended Version of Selected Papers will also be published in the following Journals:
Higher Education Commission HEC has decided to announce reserved seats in the fields of medical and engineering for the students of Balochistan and FATA on open merit and self-finance basis.
It was decided during a special meeting held here at HEC Islamabad. The meeting was presided over by Executive Director HEC Prof. Dr. Sohail H. Naqvi and attended by Sher Khan Bazai Secretary Higher Education Balochistan, Prof. Dr. Riaz Hussain Qureshi Advisor HRD HEC, Muhammad Asif Khan Chief Education, P&D Balochistan and Aurangzeb, representative from FATA Secretariat. (more…)
“TCMS-2012” organized and hosted by Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Faculty of Basic and Applied Sciences, International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan.
Aim of the Conference: With an aim to enhance the understanding of Mathematics and to provide an opportunity to the working mathematicians, encourage the exchange of ideas with colleagues at the national level, a Two-Day National Conference on Mathematical Sciences 2012 has been scheduled.
The conference would provide the platform to the faculty members and MS/Ph.D. research scholars to share knowledge and having interacting, interdisciplinary dialogues among scientists to appraise the status of Mathematical Sciences and Research in the More >
The controller of examinations of the Board of Intermediate Education, Karachi, has notified that all private students of Science who want to have their papers rechecked in order to improve their grades or those who plan to appear in supplementary examinations may submit their forms by Oct 4 after which they will be charged late fee for it. (more…)