The UK government has proposed a 2.5 percent pay raise for experienced teachers, the largest claimed sustained pay raise since 2005. However, the seemingly positive move is not receiving hoped appreciation from unions. Unions plan to dismiss the ‘insignificant’ pay raise.
Federal Secretary Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunication Shoaib Ahmad Siddique inaugurated the Digital Pakistan Internship Portal in Islamabad, a major milestone in efforts to accelerate the growth of IT Industry in Pakistan.
Chances that you’ve been continuing with education at school non-stop since a very young age are high, so it is no surprise if you suddenly feel a bit fed up.
The Government of Punjab on Thursday announced summer vacations in schools across the province from May 17 after considering the rising temperature and the advent of the holy month of Ramazan.
Private schools operating in Punjab have decided to file a review petition against the Supreme Court’s (SC) October 24, 2017 judgement in which it ordered that all private schools/colleges situated in cantonment areas be shut down.
Punjab University College of Information Technology (PUCIT) has won a competitive research grant of Rs. 97.705 million to establish a research laboratory to address multifaceted problems of traffic and transportation with the help of Information and Communication Technology.
The 5th Deans and Directors conference with a central theme of “Creating Impact with CPEC” was held under the aegis of National Business Education and Accreditation Council (NBEAC) in Karachi on the 5th and 6th of February. The purpose of the conference was to understand the balance and harmony required between international paradigms and the need to tailor business education in accordance with local requirements.
Three separate first information reports (FIR) have been registered against students of Punjab University for engaging in violent clashes and vandalism on the university premises on Monday. Police also produced closed to 200 students in an anti-terrorism court on Wednesday in connection with the violence, with the court sending 180 students to jail on judicial remand.
Adhering to the directives of the provincial government, vice chancellors of public universities in Punjab remained absent from the VCs conference organised by Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan on Thursday.
In a bid to further the cause of offering state-of-the-art facilities for aviation and aerospace related studies, ground was broken on Air University’s new Aerospace and Aviation Campus to be built at Aviation City in Kamra.