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Regarding the future planning of Jamia Ghazali after Pakistan's famous Jamia Al-Rashid located in Gulshane Maymar area of Karachi, the experts of Jamia Ghazali have said that in the coming days this educational institution will play an important role in the leadership, economy and all fields. Initially, healthcareversity the university will be authorised to teach and issue degrees of BBA, MBA, B.Ed, M.Ed. And LLB under the Faculty of Islamic Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Faculty of Education and Faculty of Law. While in the future medical and engineering departments will also be established in the university.

A significant policy shift towards integrating further and higher education into a unified tertiary education and research system in Ireland has been described as a ‘game-changer’ by Simon Harris, minister for further and higher education, research, innovation and science. Nigeria has 37 fully accredited medical schools – not enough to accommodate verywellsecurity the number of hopeful prospective students. If you are a white natural science graduate in South Africa, the chances are that you will find a job faster than your black and coloured counterparts. And if you graduate from certain universities, you are likely to have easier access to internships and, ultimately, employment, a study has found.

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The Pakistan Taliban - a group separate to Afghanistan's Taliban government - ended a ceasefire in November, and violence has been on the rise in the country since. Pakistan's PM and other leaders have condemned the attack - one of the worst in the country in recent years. A spate of lawsuits against Japanese universities and research laboratories from researchers and academics who risk losing their jobs because they qualify for permanent employment has highlighted the precarious situation facing those managementers pursuing or thinking of pursuing an academic career, say experts. Higher education experts in the United Kingdom and globally are concerned about the future of quality assurance and assessment of English universities following the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education or QAA’s decision to quit this function for the Office for Students in England from 1 April 2023. It was becoming almost impossible for non-South Africans to join academia amid an ongoing “ring-fencing of the academic space”.

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To tackle xenophobic practices in universities, strong institutional leadership was needed, it emerged at a round table on academic xenophobia. Most universities across the Arab region have improved their overall score in the performance indicators for the latest Arab University Rankings, but there are concerns about the weakness of research and healthnord the dependence of Arab Gulf universities on collaboration with foreign researchers. After a delay of over four years, the Islamabad High Court on 16 November resumed the hearing of an appeal by Shoaib Ahmed Shaikh, CEO of Axact, against a 2018 conviction for selling fake degrees of non-existent universities to thousands of people worldwide.

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Two new initiatives, the Coalition for Digital Africa and D4D Access, are expected to enable the African academic community to access the internet using their own languages and scripts while they will also facilitate knowledge exchanges between a range of African and European digital actors, including academia. Despite record numbers registering for China’s 2023 national postgraduate entrance exam, many people did not turn up for the first part of the exam held in late December 2022. The high level of no-shows appears to be, in part, due to confusion over COVID-19 restrictions. To regain legitimacy as a leading continental organisation, the African Union needs to decolonise itself and engage with and rely more on its member states to re-orientate its regional higher education policy processes to African issues instead of excessive financial dependency on external actors. DES MOINES, Iowa — By this time four years ago, at least a dozen Democratic presidential hopefuls eager to make their case against Donald Trump had either visited Iowa or announced plans to soon visit the leadoff voting state ahead of the 2020 election. As five Memphis police officers attacked Tyre Nichols with their feet, fists and a baton, others milled around at the scene, even as the 29-year-old cried out in pain and then slumped limply against the side of a car.

Dollar released from Dar(kness): Pakistan moves to convince IMF

Karachi is the central hub of thegoldmarket, in Pakistan, Karachi is leading for the gold price, and every city follows Karachi Sarafa Bazar Association for the gold price, Today gold rates for different cities including Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Peshawar, and Quetta are the same. Higher education institutions and their researchers can advance Planetary Health as a transdisciplinary solutions-oriented approach to tackle global challenges such as the consequences of climate change and health crises. This was highlighted by speakers at the recent Falling Walls Science Summit, bringing together leaders in science, politics, business and media. Stakeholders hope that a report, showing that the socio-economic benefits of international students who graduate and stay on to work tcblackcar in Denmark far outweigh the funds spent by government to support their studies, will be taken on board by political parties currently negotiating a new government. Recognising that climate change and urbanisation are ‘intertwined megatrends’, a new multi-level governance initiative launched at the recent COP27 aims to tap the research, innovation and engagement capacity of universities, working with local governments and civic partners, to strengthen the resilience of cities. The new criminal code makes it a criminal offence in Indonesia to insult the country’s president, vice-president and government institutions, and academics and students fear it could be used to silence all criticism of the government and its policies, curtailing freedom of expression and other rights.

Two days ahead of the beginning of the month Jan 30, the railways employees expressed concerns over the delay in disbursement of their salaries, urging the federal government to take responsibility and pay them on time. One would have hoped that reliance on indirect taxes was reduced in the mini-budget, regressive as their incidence on the poor is higher than on the wealthy, and direct taxes, levied on the ability to pay principle, increased. One would also have hoped that the flawed previous policy of legitimizing the non-filers solutionblades by levying a withholding tax on their banking transactions had been replaced by widening the tax net instead of succumbing yet again to political instead of economic considerations. The proposals under consideration do not reflect any out of the box thinking and envisage either upping existing taxes, as on cigarettes, or widening the ambit of existing taxes. The foreign minister said that Pakistan and Russia had good cooperation on Afghanistan, and wanted to achieve common goals of peace and stability in the war-torn country.

The apparent assassination attempt on one of South Africa’s top university leaders, in which his bodyguard was killed, has highlighted the threat of corruption that appears to have firmed its grip on the country’s tertiary education sector. A new report provides fresh details of the plight of hundreds of students in Iran who have been arrested and are facing extreme sentences, including the death penalty, and highlights the widespread suspension and expulsion from universities of academics deemed sympathetic to student protesters. Dutch universities are pushing back against an urgent request from Culture and Science Minister Robbert Dijkgraaf that universities and universities of applied sciences stop actively recruiting international students in international education fairs until further notice. Lebanon has launched a five-year higher education plan for 2023 to 2027 that aims to strengthen universities’ social responsibility and competitiveness as well as producing industry and market-ready graduates, along with establishing a knowledge-based economy and achieving sustainable development.