Basic science education, the backbone of any applied work, needs state support and patronage.
An experimental and innovative debut Urdu novel from Osama Siddique delves into the political
The tragedy is that we do not even realise what we have done to ourselves.
Private tuitions make the education field even more uneven.
What does the state want to do? Kill the salaried?
Low-fee private schools pay female teachers far below the minimum wage.
Dr Ishrat Husain’s hefty tome of collected writings primarily looks at the reasons of Pakistan’s recurring economic quagmire and..
Even if there was a level playing field, many dilemmas would still remain.
Growing burden of subjects on our young people can hamper their development.
If the state’s priority was relief for the needy, finding money would not be an issue.
From ‘zindabad’ to ‘zinda bhaag’ — what is the root of this despondency?
All governments and all of us continue to fail the children of this country.
By memorising some paragraphs and meanings we cannot learn a language.
We need to have better systems for finding leaders who can be appointed to VC positions.
Isn’t it amazing how much concern a bit of dancing and throwing of colour can generate?
Internships have to be carefully crafted and constructed.
There is little public investment in the rights of movement for people with disabilities.
The hope for major change, given Pakistan's political economy issues amply on display at present, is slim.
Where funds have been decreasing, the number of public-sector universities has been rising.
We need to reimagine what we need to do in education and to internalise that education is every child’s right.