- Theatrical trailer of upcoming Pakistani movie ‘Na Maloom Afraad’ releases
- Corps commander acknowledges student’s spirit invited by Lahore Corps Commander Lieutenant General Naweed Zaman
- Pakistan students visit UK varsity educational institution of Britain, University of Surre
- Career counselling: questions and answers Best jobs of pakistan
- KMC camp instills civic sense in students provide sporting and recreational opportunities
Daily Archives: March 20, 2014
David Cameron: “This is about helping families as part of our long term economic plan”
As many as 1.9 million working families will get the chance to benefit from a childcare subsidy worth up to £2,000 per child under government plans.
The online scheme, affecting children up to the … http://pakedu.net/world-education/childcare-subsidy-scheme-boosted/ Continue reading
The report said the Scottish government must make clear how it would deal with a loss of financial support A Westminster committee has said independence would have a damaging effect on higher education and research in Scotland.
MPs on the Scottish affairs committee said the impact would be… http://pakedu.net/world-education/mps-claim-yes-would-damage-education/ Continue reading
Left-handed children are being let down by the education system, a Conservative MP has claimed. Sir Peter Luff, who is himself left-handed, said teachers should be better trained to identify left-handed children and provide them with the right equipment. Mr Luff told BBC Radio 5 live’s… http://pakedu.net/world-education/mp-left-handed-pupils-let-downchildren-are-being-let-down-by-the-education-system/ Continue reading
The WJEC found the marking scheme was applied consistently in all but one of the cases reviewed
Welsh exams board WJEC is to re-mark some of the new GCSE English papers taken in January after carrying out a review into “unexpectedly low grades”.
The grades, which were issued earlier… http://pakedu.net/world-education/exam-board-to-re-mark-gcse-papers/ Continue reading
Ministers say the idea will help childrens’ concentration and attainment Ministers have defended their plans for free school meals for infant children in England after a former adviser to the education secretary said the idea was “dumb” and a “bad gimmick”.
The government has suggested staggering school terms across the country to try to spread demand for holidays The number of parents being fined for taking their child out of school for a holiday has risen dramatically, according to BBC research.
The study, by BBC One’s Breakfast programme,… http://pakedu.net/world-education/rise-in-parents-fined-for-absences-2/ Continue reading
February 2014: Boy with a toy gun in damaged school in Deir al-Zor, Syria There have been almost 10,000 violent attacks on places of education in recent years, according to the biggest ever international study of how schools and universities are targeted by acts of aggression.