FBISE: Students at schools and colleges affiliated with Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) are being taught an outdated syllabus for computer science.
The classes of 9, 10 and 11 are being taught from books based on the 2002 curriculum.
"Many new developments have taken place in information technology since then," said the teacher of a school in Islamabad.
State Minister for Federal Education Balighur Rehman directed the FBISE to change the old
STAFF REPORT ISB: The Higher Education Commission (HEC) has incorporated some new courses, as per future requirements, in undergraduate and graduate curriculum of Agriculture Engineering.
The up-gradation was made at a meeting of National Curriculum Revision Committee (NCRC) recently held in the Higher Education Commission (HEC). The meeting was held to review and update curriculum of Agricultural Engineering. Previously, the Agriculture Engineering curriculum was revised and
STAFF REPORT RWP: To make education accessible to all, the Punjab government has initiated a project by making grade six to matriculation books available online for students. The initiative not only publishes books online but also provides students with video lectures on every topic in each book, facilitating them to study lectures on various topics of their syllabus from the comfort of their homes.
According to details, the website, e-learn punjab, has a total of 2,298 videos, 733
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Institutions have a great responsibility towards implementing the syllabus in letter and spirit for the reputation and recognition
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