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Karachi tops the list of the most literate districts in Pakistan

  Pakistan is among the most densely populated countries of the world. Currently, over 200 million people reside here making it the 6th most populous country of the world. People belonging to various casts, culture and color can be found. The overall literacy rate has always been a huge concern here. Pakistan has one of the lowest literacy rates in the world and according to the United Nations Educational, Scientific …

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Pakistan has lower education spending rate in South Asia

  Education condition is despicable with literacy rate of 58pc and gender disparity With a literacy rate of 58 percent, Pakistan’s current expenditure on education is the lowest in South Asia. Pakistan has a literacy rate of 58 percent, which has improved from 35 percent in 1990-91, but still way behind the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) target of 88 percent, which we fail to achieve by the end of 2015. …

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Importance of Islamic finance education

  Profile: Chief Executive Officer – AlHuda Centre of Islamic Banking and Economics (www.alhudacibe.com) Chief Executive Officer – Islamic Microfinance Network (www.imfn.org) Chief Executive Officer – Halal Research Council (www.halarc.org) Papers presented at International conferences: South Africa, Afghanistan, Kenya, Kazakhstan, Pakistan, China, U.A.E, Turkey, Russia, Jordan snf Yemen.   Islamic banking and finance Islam is not only a religion in the ordinary sense of the word, but a complete system …

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Review of health facilities

  Pakistan’s health system is comprised of a mix of publicly financed health delivery with privately financed market delivery. The country’s public health care system is comprises of health workforce, physical infrastructure, tools, supplies and a host of health activities. It is recorded that there are 118,041 hospital beds in Pakistan, which give a population-bed ratio of 1,593. The number of registered doctors 175,223 whereas the number of dentists available …

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Rampant commercialism in educational system

  In Pakistan education is particularly for those who can pay millions of rupees in a year and who can have enough money for high quality tuition facility otherwise. Schools prefer those parents’ children who can afford exorbitant fees like extra-curricular fees, sports fees and a sufficient amount in the bank account. Poor talented students of our beloved country have no basic facilities and are obliged to work as a …

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Commercialism eroding welfare factor in education and health

  The growing commercialized trends in health and education sectors have enhanced profitability at the expense of welfare of the people in Pakistan. Schools and hospitals have now turned somewhat into firms and companies, which all the time remain engaged in improving their financial profile. What is actually missing is the ‘welfare’ from these welfare institutions. Commoditization of education Friendly and peaceful environment, standard educational facilities, high-tech computing services, institutional …

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Dow university taking leading role in medical education

  No doubt, without education it is complete darkness and with education it is light. Education is a matter of life and death to our nation. The world is currently moving so fast that if you do not educate yourselves you would be not only totally left behind, but would be finished up. Currently the Government of Pakistan is making all attempts to modernize medical education in Pakistan. Revolutionary alters …

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Review of health facilities

  Pakistan’s health system is comprised of a mix of publicly financed health delivery with privately financed market delivery. The country’s public health care system is comprises of health workforce, physical infrastructure, tools, supplies and a host of health activities. It is recorded that there are 118,041 hospital beds in Pakistan, which give a population-bed ratio of 1,593. The number of registered doctors 175,223 whereas the number of dentists available …

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Healthy heart vital for healthy living

  Professor Mansoor Ahmed in his awesome message for all for keeping a healthy heart has recommended that one should be in constant movement. Even after undergoing a heart-related procedure or surgery, thus saving from acquiring serious complications, he emphasized and added “taking rest is not the answer and mobilization is a key factor to prevent heart attack.” The medical experts shared their valuable opinion with people who have got …

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International standard drug testing laboratory unveiled in Punjab

  Elements involve in food adulteration, spurious drugs, substandard and bogus agriculture medicines will be severely penalized The PML-N led Punjab government is spending billions of rupees to provide quality healthcare to people through a comprehensive program by activating rural and basic health centers and in this kind the first-ever international standard model drug testing laboratory of the country has been made functional in Punjab while work is underway for …

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