Science and Technology Education in Pakistan (18)

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New edition published: Former NED professor Dr. Iqbal Ali's book "Irrigation & Hydraulic Structures"

Cover page of the 5th Edition (2015 )   The 5th  Edition of "Irrigat…

Started by Younus Vora

0 Aug 27, 2015

Islam and Science

Here's an interesting quote from Robert Briffault, The Making of Humanity(1928) " "It is highly probable that but for the Arabs, modern Eu…

Started by Riaz Haq

2 Jan 7, 2015
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Nature Magazine on Pakistan's Higher Education Reform 2002-2008

Despite the problems, science has been flourishing in Karachi and other Pakistani cities, thanks to an unprecedented investment in the coun…

Started by Riaz Haq

0 May 21, 2012

Circle! The Social Network of Pakistan is working hard to contribute in Social Networking. In, advance Circle have set its motto, as Circle! The Social Network of…

Started by Faisal

0 Jun 28, 2008

Education Policy - Your Input Requested

Mr. Ahsan Iqbal, Federal Minister of Education has requested everyone to provide feedback and suggestions on Draft Education Policy. He wou…

Started by Sohail Sarwar Tahir

0 Apr 19, 2008

Srinivas Ramanujan, the Self-taught Math Genius

On the subject of motivation and self-learning, the story of an Indian clerk and math genius named Srinivas Ramanujan stands out . Here's a…

Started by Riaz Haq

0 Dec 16, 2007

Is HEC's Big Budget helping or hurting higher education?

As part of NEDians Convention 2007, I had the opportunity to listen to Dr. Pervez Hoodbhoy's keynote speech and then had a conversation wit…

Started by Riaz Haq

4 Oct 5, 2007
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Should Science and Technology Education in Pakistan be solely taught in Urdu?

It is generally perceived that in order to make original contribution to Science and Technology the basic knowledge must be the National la…

Started by Moin Ahmed

0 Oct 2, 2007


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