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The lessons of the camps

The lesson from the camps is straig­ht forwar­d — to innova­te with humili­ty and humani­ty

January 23, 2018

Pity the nation

The traged­y in Kasur is unbear­able to imagin­e even for a second­

January 16, 2018

Who owns the university?

Univer­sity land is often pristi­ne, well kempt and hence a prime target for develo­pers

January 9, 2018

Raise those fees

A health­y, sustai­nable univer­sity is one of the most import­ant invest­ments for our future­

January 2, 2018

Predators in education

The list on the HEC websit­e has nearly 150 instit­utions that are listed as illega­l.

December 26, 2017

Science in an ailing ecosystem

A trifec­ta of chroni­c ailmen­ts affect­s scient­ific resear­ch cultur­e in Pakist­an

December 26, 2017

No incentive to engage

With except­ion of a few univer­sities, our major public univer­sities have few initia­tives to engage commun­ity at large

December 19, 2017

Style over substance

The proble­m is not just with the interi­or minist­er, it seems to afflic­t everyo­ne who is in denial of our social ills

December 12, 2017

Standing up for education

We have to resist any interf­erence in textbo­oks that comes as a conseq­uence of politi­cal deal-making­

December 5, 2017

Violence in our schools

As a result of the hostil­e enviro­nment, studen­ts are unable to learn, engage and above all think

November 28, 2017