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A New 5th Edition of Pakistan Education Atlas Released

A New 5th Edition of Pakistan Education Atlas Released 5th Edition Released of Pakistan Education Atlas A new edition, the 5th edition, of the Pakistan Education Atlas has been released. This was a joint effort between the Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Training and the UN World Food Program (WFP). An official with the Ministry of Federal Education and ... Read More »

Amnesty International condemns for Removing Turkish Educators in Pakistan

Amnesty International condemns for Removing Turkish Educators in Pakistan Champa Patel, the director of the South Asia chapter of Amnesty International, spoke harshly about the choice to remove over 100 educators from schools in Pakistan simply because they were Turkish. Patel spoke about how this will further hurt the educational system in Pakistan which is already struggling with a lack ... Read More »

Last Dates to Apply in Various Colleges in Pakistan in 2017

Last Dates to Apply in Various Colleges in Pakistan in 2017 All the students who are free from their high school exams and ready for further studies, should know the last dates to apply in various colleges in Pakistan in 2017. They can make decision to get admission in various colleges on the basis of various factors like quality of ... Read More »

Teaching In Islamic Countries – Cultural Considerations

Teaching In Islamic Countries – Cultural Considerations It is alleged that in the Muslim lands, priority is given to Islamic faith rather than local cultures. Be it politics or administration, sports or festivities or be it schooling of the children — all revolve around the religion. In Islamic countries, or Muslim-majority countries to be more precise, mostly religious considerations overshadow ... Read More »

Islamic Education System vs Modern Education System in Pakistan

Islamic Education System vs Modern Education System in Pakistan Plight in the Flight of Education in Pakistan Remarks of Allama Muhammad Asad about current education system in Pakistan One of the most remarkable Muslim thinkers of twentieth century, Muhammad Assad (formerly Leopold Weisz) who was revered as ‘Europe’s gift to Islam’, was assigned the charge of formulating the system of ... Read More »

Cultural Considerations For Teaching In Muslim Countries

Cultural Considerations For Teaching In Muslim Countries Teaching is a universal profession and particularly teaching English language had become a worldwide phenomenon today. Moreover, English as a Foreign Language (EFL) is taught all over the world since it is recognized as an international language. Imparting English or western education especially in Islamic world becomes not only very important but also ... Read More »

Islamic State Health Service: Video shows murderous terror group’s medical services – including NHS-style logo

Islamic State Health Service: Video shows murderous terror group’s medical services – including NHS-style logo A slickly-produced video to tempt Muslims to join ISIS showcases the murderous regime’s medical service – complete with a logo ripped off from the NHS. It features footage of a hospital in the de-facto capital of Raqqa in Syria, and shows medical equipment, ambulances and ... Read More »

Emirates Islamic contributes Dh1.72m to Ministry of Health and Prevention

Emirates Islamic contributes Dh1.72m to Ministry of Health and Prevention Emirates Islamic on Sunday announced that it has contributed Dh1.72 million from its charity fund to the Ministry of Health and Prevention. The contribution will be used to support the purchase of 37 life-saving emergency devices, including defibrillators and adhesive pads, which are used to deliver electric shocks to resuscitate ... Read More »

Muslim Ramadan fast not healthy for schoolkids, says Australian Medical Association

Muslim Ramadan fast not healthy for schoolkids, says Australian Medical Association ISLAMIC religious leaders have asked schools to spare hungry Muslim students homework and give them “time out’’ at school while they fast during Ramadan. The move follows reports that a Sydney public school has excused its male Muslim students from having to shake hands with women. And it comes ... Read More »

Contributions of Islamic Theology to Modern Day Public Health

Contributions of Islamic Theology to Modern Day Public Health Exploring Islam’s contribution to public health has been an astounding journey for me. Working across the Middle East, Africa, and South Asia in Muslim majority countries, I’m amazed at not only the history of Islamic theology in contributing to our modern day understanding of public health, but also its potential to ... Read More »