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Thursday, July 18, 2019

➨ #Jobs - #Career_Opportunities - Job - in Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Karachi (60 Posts) - Details on this link

➨ #Jobs - #Career_Opportunities - Job - in Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Karachi (60 Posts) - Details on this link

➨ #Jobs - #Career_Opportunities - Job - in Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Karachi (60 Posts) - 

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Wednesday, July 17, 2019

PTI Govt allocates 50 acres land in PM House to establish Pak-China Engineering University

PTI Govt allocates 50 acres land in PM House to establish Pak-China Engineering University

PTI Govt allocates 50 acres land in PM House to establish Pak-China Engineering University


Islamabad: The government of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has allocated 50 acres land in Prime Minister House to set up Pak-China University of Engineering and Emerging Technologies’.

In addition to it, the PTI government has also allocated Rs 2 billion for the existing research institutions in public sector universities. Officials told Newztodays.com that this step would not only help generate skilled work force but it would result in use of scientific revolution in Pakistan’s industrial base.

The cabinet in its meeting held on May 7, 2019 considered the summary submitted by Ministry of Science and Technology regarding establishment of Pak-China University of Engineering and Emerging Technologies’. The cabinet had approved the establishment of Pak-China University of Engineering and Emerging Technologies’ at Prime Minister’s house Islamabad or any other side deemed appropriate subject to availability of donor funding and clearance from the relevant departments and forums.

Ministry of Science and Technology had taken up the matter with Capital Development Authority (CDA) to implement the decision of setting up Pak-China University of Engineering and Emerging Technologies. A land comprising about 50 acres in the North-Eastern part of Prime Minister House had been identified for establishing the University of Engineering and Emerging Technologies. Approval of the cabinet was sought for changing land use of the North-Eastern part of Prime Minister house comprising about 50 acres of land for establishing University of Engineering and Emerging Technologies.

The cabinet in its recent meeting had considered a summary submitted by Ministry of Science and Technology for setting up Pak-China University of Engineering and Emerging Technologies and approved the land use of 50 acres land in Prime Minister House. The cabinet further decided that Planning Division in consultation with the Vice Chairman PM’s Task Force on Technology based knowledge Economy shall allocated Rs 2 billion from the recurring budget allocated to Technology driven knowledge economy Task force to existing research institutions in the public sector universities. (WebDesk)



Friday, July 12, 2019

Brainstorming session for journalists conducted at the IBA, Karachi

Brainstorming session for journalists conducted at the IBA, Karachi

Brainstorming session for journalists conducted at the IBA, Karachi


Karachi: An interactive brainstorming session to assess the modern training needs of today’s journalists was conducted by the Corporate Relations and Communications Department (CRCD) in collaboration with the Centre for Excellence in Journalism at the Institute of Business Administration, Karachi (CEJ-IBA). The session was attended by journalists from various media houses.

The informal session started off with the Head of CRCD Mrs. Malahat Awan appreciating the efforts of journalists in covering human interest stories, which was followed by a brainstorming session in which the attendees were assessed on what kinds of trainings they require in order to keep up with the changing times and keep their skills sharp in order to remain ahead of the game.

The session aimed to curate special training for journalists, media workers, and supervisors from the feedback received by participants belonging to different media houses.

Director CEJ-IBA Mr. Kamal Siddiqi urged journalists to update themselves with modern trends, tools, and technology to survive in the media industry.The session concluded with suggestions given by journalists that included: trainings in web development, multimedia journalism, ethical journalism, startup ventures for journalists, storytelling in journalism, and understanding community standards of digital media to mention a few.




18th YLC – An Event Full Of Energy And Excitement Came To An End

18th YLC – An Event Full Of Energy And Excitement Came To An End

18th YLC – An Event Full Of Energy And Excitement Came To An End


This year’s Young Leaders Conference was another success with all the activities influencing and empowering the participating youth.  This year the conference aimed to be bigger and better by hosting and training hundreds of students and young professionals from all across Pakistan equipping them with the skills and knowledge to bring about change in their communities.

This six-day residential program brings together 300 youngsters between the ages of 18-24 annually from all over Pakistan. YLC kicked off with energy, exuberance and excitement dominated proceedings with prominent personalities from various sectors of business, government and private companies.

The second day, sponsored by the EBM, Founding Partners, celebrated the major milestones of Pakistan and explored its challenges through a diverse panel of industry icons. Shahzain Munir while giving insights about what happens when content meet marketing said that “A good marketing campaign talks about the product feature but a great campaign talks about the benefits, emotions and values. The brand has a persona, and in today’s world, the person’s taste and values must match its client in order to be a preferred name.”

Discussion on E-health clinic was also an eye opener for many. This discussion included a detailed analysis that a country with a total population of 200 million people, more than 50% of individuals in Pakistan doesn’t have access to basic primary healthcare services, and approximately 42% fail to receive health coverage. Despite the thousands of doctors being produced every year, the country’s doctor-patient ratio remains 1 for every 1200 patients. In this day and age, where science and technology are rapidly growing and evolving, Pakistan’s need for adequate health services can only be met by creating innovations that integrate health and technology.

This was followed by a campaign which said empower a girl, transform a community. It was highlighted that how empowering a girl can lead to the transformation of a whole community. As it is said, educating a woman means educating the whole generation, similarly, if a girl is empowered, the whole generation will be empowered.

One of the important highlights of the event was a panel discussion about re-thinking digital for economic growth. Badar Khushnood said, “The digital economy is here, and growing every day. At present, almost half of the world’s population is connected to the internet, fifty years since it was invented and thirty since the creation of the World Wide Web. The perception is widely held that the growth of the digital economy is unprecedented and has been a major contributor to recent economic growth, the booming stock market, and the revival of productivity. Today a vlogger and influencer makes the same salary as a Senior Manager. “

The last day of the conference began with the 300 acts of kindness.  This dynamic activity introduced participants to the globally acclaimed RAK concept. After some quick ideas, participants were asked to do as many random act of kindness individually with strangers as they can in 20 minutes. They used #rakylc and posted about their rak anonymously.

This year’s conference was sponsored by the Founding Partner EBM and Cause Partners, Feroze1888, USEFP, PTCL, FNF, KFC, HUBCO, Willshire, Jubilee Life Insurance, Official Logistics Partner TCS, Official Media Partner Dunya  Group, Venue partner, PC Lahore, Chand Bagh, Knowledge partner, ACCA, Strategic partner, Torque and Xenith Public Relations as their PR & Digital Partners.

TCS served as a logistics partner, ensuring smooth- running and timely execution. The YLC vision of youth empowerment and leadership was shared by and reflected in the efforts of all the partner organizations.

YLC 2019 was held in PC, Lahore and Chandbagh from 1st July-6th.




Launch of the First National Accelerator on Closing the Skills Gap in Pakistan

Launch of the First National Accelerator on Closing the Skills Gap in Pakistan

Launch of the First National Accelerator on Closing the Skills Gap in Pakistan


Islamabad July 11, 2019: The Prime Minster met with the visiting President of the World Economic Forum, Mr.BorgeBrende, at the Prime Minister’s office. At the meeting, the Prime Minister announced the establishment of the National Accelerator on Closing the Skills Gapin Pakistan, in partnership with the World Economic Forum, with Punjab Skills Development Fund (PSDF) serving as its national secretariat.


The World Economic Forum is the international organization for public-private cooperation. The Forum engages the foremost political, business and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas. It is independent, impartial and not tied to any special interests. The Forum has established the Centre for New Economy and Society (CNES) to provide leaders with a platform to understand and act on emerging economic and social challenges.The Forum’s Centre for New Economy and Societyhas partnered with PSDF to work together on the future of education andwork by setting up a National Accelerator on Closing the Skills Gap in Pakistan. The Accelerator will aim to increase the employability ofthe current workforce and increase work-readiness and critical skills inthe future workforce.


The National Accelerator will be led and guided by a team of Co-Chairs from the public and private sectors. The Government will be represented by Mr. Shafqat Mahmood, Federal Minister of Education and Professional Training and Mr. Zulfiqar Bukhari, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development. The Co-Chairs from the private sector include Ms. Shazia Syed, MD Unilever Pakistan, Mr. Mohammed Aurangzeb, President and CEO, Habib Bank Limited, Mr. Ghias Khan, CEO, Engro Corporation. PSDF CEO, Mr. Jawad Khan, will be the National Coordinator. 

Focusing on the most strategic sectors in the economy, the Accelerator will also onboard the CEOs of 50 to 100 leading companies in Pakistan as well as academics, policy makers and technical experts from the education and skills development space. The Centre for New Economy and Society has already established 5 such Accelerators in Argentina, Oman, South Africa, the United Arab Emirates and India, with 10 more Accelerators expected by 2020. 

At the meeting, the Prime Minister shared his Government’s political and financial commitment to reform the skills development sectors in Pakistan and thanked the World Economic Forum for choosing Pakistan as a founding member of the Closing the Skills GapNational Accelerator initiative. Given its global reach, experience and expertise, the Prime Minister expressed his confidence that the Forum’s engagement will help provide new opportunities for Pakistan’s youth and help them develop new skills to fully embrace the impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. 

Mr. BorgeBrende, President, World Economic Forum, said: “The launch of the National Accelerator on Closing the Skills Gap is an important milestone in our relationship with Pakistan and it is just the start. Many of Pakistan’s national priorities are the core focus of the Forum’s work. From climate change, water scarcity and connectivity to regional cooperation, the Forum is ready to offer its platform to support Pakistan’s economic transformation.” 

Ms. Saadia Zahidi, Managing Director and Head of the Forum’s Centre for New Economy and Society, said: “The Fourth Industrial Revolution will lead to significant change in the employment and skills landscape globally over the coming years – and Pakistan is no exception. Through our Accelerator initiative we look forward to supporting Pakistan with an integrated platform for learning and action to proactively manage this change.”

Mr. Jawad Khan CEO, PSDF, said: 
“we are truly honoured to be chosen as the national secretariat for the National Accelerator in Pakistan. PSDF is already doing pioneering work in the skills development space to create income generation opportunities for the poor and vulnerable youth. The partnership with the Forum’s CNES will help it benefit from the Forum’s global experience, reach, as well as from the experience of other global accelerators.”



Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Discounts of 50% to 90% on Books - #Big_Bad_Wolf _Book - The World’s Biggest Book Sale Comes to Karachi for the First Time

Discounts of 50% to 90% on Books - #Big_Bad_Wolf _Book - The World’s Biggest Book Sale Comes to Karachi for the First Time

Discounts of 50% to 90% on Books - #Big_Bad_Wolf _Book - The World’s Biggest Book Sale Comes to Karachi for the First Time 


Offering massive discounts and non-stop book shopping fun, the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale opens for 24 hours throughout from 26 July to 5 August 2019.

Karachi, Pakistan (July 10, 2019): The World’s Biggest Book Sale, the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale is coming to Karachi this July following its success in Lahore earlier this year. Book lovers will get the chance to experience a staggering collection of one million brand-new English books with discounts of 50% to 90% off recommended retail price. Doors will be open to the public at 9.00am on July 26, 2019, and close at 11.59pm on August 5, 2019. Taking place at Hall 5, Karachi Expo Centre, the entrance to the Sale is FREE.

Karachi’s growing generation of literate youth will enjoy the non-stop access to world-class literature at the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Karachi 2019. Be one of the first to experience the Sale’s VIP Day by winning VIP passes via contests on the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Pakistan’s social media pages. The VIP Day on July 25, 2019, gives pass holders the opportunity to enter the Sale one day before its official opening to the general public and hunt for their favourite books.

At the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Karachi press conference, Andrew Yap, founder of the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale, said, 
“Our vision of bringing the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale to Karachi is finally becoming a reality! After the success in Lahore, we realized that there are so many people in this region that is hungry for quality English books. Hence, we’ve decided to come to Karachi and take up the challenge to satisfy the demand of English books from this metropolitan city, with its bustling populations. Through this Book Sale, we aspire to create a platform that inspires people to achieve their dreams and empower them with knowledge by making books affordable and accessible to all.”

Readers of all interests can find bestseller titles, young adult fiction, romance, crime thriller, science fiction, business, self-help, architecture, design, cookbooks, and many more at the Sale. Parents will be thrilled to know that there is also a variety of children’s books, including storybooks, activity books, board books, coloring books, picture books, and interactive books at the Sale as well.  

The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale is also Asia’s exclusive seller of the “Magical Books” or also known as the Augmented Reality (AR) books. Using cutting-edge AR technology that revolutionizes reading for the next generation, children are able to read, play and learn through these Magical Books. These Magical Books come to life as the characters speak, dance and sing, getting children more excited to read and learn. Expect to find a range of classic children’s stories such as Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, and Goldilocks or education titles such as Let’s Learn Counting and Let’s Learn ABC at the Sale.






“The overwhelming support we have received earlier this year during our Sale in Lahore pushed us to organize the Sale in Karachi. This will be the first chance for Karachites to experience a 24-hour Book Sale. The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale is known internationally for its round-the-clock book shopping and I am excited to bring the Sale to more cities in Pakistan which allows more people access to affordable quality English books.” said Awais Akhtar Butt, Organizer of the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Karachi 2019. 

Every year since its inception, it has successfully attracted hundreds of thousands of book lovers, students, and families worldwide. Founded in 2009 in Malaysia, the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale has been to multiple cities in 10 countries the last decade, including Dubai, Jakarta, Manila, Cebu, Colombo, Bangkok, Taipei, Yangon, Mandalay, Seoul, and Lahore. Karachi’s very own Big Bad Wolf Book Sale reflects its commitment to its mission of ‘Changing the World One Book at a Time’. 

The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale believes in giving back to the society, hence the founding of the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) arm – Red Readerhood. The Book Sale is firm in believing that everyone regardless of status has the right to acquire knowledge through reading. Hence,  the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Karachi 2019 will be collaborating with a local non-profit organization and visitors are encouraged to purchase as well as donate the books at the Red Readerhood corner during the Sale.

The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Karachi 2019 will continue its collaboration with the Punjab Group of Colleges, Pakistan’s Largest Education Network, a local organization that is also aligned with the Sale’s mission of raising awareness on the importance of reading habits. Karachites can also find an array of Urdu language books by Children’s Publication available at the Sale. 

Social Platforms

Fans can stay up to date on the latest Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Karachi 2019 news, giveaways and more via the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale’s dedicated social media pages and website:

Facebook: bbwbookspakistan
Instagram: bigbadwolfbooks_pk
Twitter: bbwbooks_pk
Website: bigbadwolfbooks.com




Tuesday, July 9, 2019

German Development Minister Gerd Müller meets Nobel Peace Prize laureate #Malala Yousafzai

German Development Minister Gerd Müller meets Nobel Peace Prize laureate #Malala Yousafzai

German Development Minister Gerd Müller meets Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai
Demand for more investment in education



05.07.2019 |  An estimated 200 million children worldwide are currently unable to attend school. Particularly affected are girls in African countries, in Pakistan and in India. At the G7 summit in Paris, Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai and German Development Minister Gerd Müller called on states to make their right to school a priority for international politics. The same applies to enforcing the prohibition of child marriages. This can only succeed with an educational offensive in the poorest countries in the world.

At a joint meeting of G7 development and education ministers with ministers from Sahel states, they made it clear that not even every second child in their country learns to read and write. High birth rates led to a doubling of the population within 20 years.

"We now have to make education and training the focal point of our local cooperation within the G7 and EU states, and to double measures," Minister Müller said after the meeting. "It's hard to understand that development funding globally fell 2.7 percent to $ 165 billion, while spending on military has risen to $ 1,700 billion," the minister continued.

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Tuesday, July 2, 2019

EBM Continues its Support for the Young Leaders Conference, Eighteen Years in a Row

EBM Continues its Support for the Young Leaders Conference, Eighteen Years in a Row

EBM Continues its Support for the Young Leaders Conference, Eighteen Years in a Row


Islamabad 2nd July 2019:- Pakistan’s pioneering company in the branded biscuits industry, EBM has once again stepped up with its sponsorship for this year's 18th Young Leaders Conference. EBM has remained a founding partner of the School of Leadership for the YLC since 2002 and has been staunchly supporting its endeavours each year. 

The 18th YLC will be a 6-day conference that will commence in Lahore on the first of July and continue on until the 4th, before shifting to Chand Bagh in Muridke for the last two days. The theme for this year’s YLC is to ‘Amplify’. The agenda of the conference is to help the youth of our beloved country overcome the hurdles barring their way, transcend all limits and reach their maximum potential, to lead a meaningful life. 

Talking about EBM’s stance in the YLC, Shahzain Munir, Director EBM, commented, “It is the need of the hour to engage the youth of our country into something much more productive and industrious. The advantage they get through this forum is to gain insight from the experiences of various industry’s giants and find a way to be inspired and pave their way towards success. EBM has been a proud supporter of the School of Leadership’s initiative and we hope to see a positive revolutionary change in eager young individuals as a result of this conference.” 

The Young Leaders Conference aims to educate and involve the youth in healthy discussion for the free flow of ideas and for them to receive valuable knowledge from experienced leaders who are serving our nation. EBM has persistently been committed to offer its support in order to cultivate our people through education and awareness campaigns. It firmly believes that youth empowerment is the most crucial step towards the progress of a nation, and it has frequently supported many such youth programs in the past as well.



Friday, June 28, 2019

Plan9 launches Whizkids & Summer Entrepreneurship Bootcamp 2019

Plan9 launches Whizkids & Summer Entrepreneurship Bootcamp 2019

Plan9 launches Whizkids & Summer Entrepreneurship Bootcamp 2019





LAHORE – To place the students in the preliminary stages of entrepreneurship by workshops and training, ‘Whizkids & Summer Entrepreneurship Bootcamp 2019’ has been launched as part of a collaboration of Punjab Information Technology Board`s Project Plan 9 and Information Technology University (ITU), Punjab.

The core purpose of Whizkids is to enable children to discover their talents and develop their skills in the fast-paced, tech-driven world.

The theme of the three-week long summer camp started on Monday, at Arfa Software Technology Park, is celebrating diversity both in terms of age and social stratification. Packed with interesting and educative workshops, it also offers exciting activities to students from ages 8-18. The coaching and guidance given during this summer camp would help the children to catch up with the global technology trends and identify their future paths.

With a special focus on STEM learning, the courses offered will have a blend of technology and entrepreneurship. The courses include Scratch, Robotics, Snap Circuit, Graphic Designing, Marketing and App Development, etc. Additionally, Creative Content Writing will be offered to enhance the writing skills of children.

Punjab Whizkids 2019 are divided into two groups of children. One group have children with ages from 8-13 years and the second with ages 14-18 years.

The innovatively designed summer program being organised with the support of PITB`s HR wing aims at delivering and nurturing future STEM experts, helps our youth chart their future and has, since its commencement, offered workshops ranging from IT-based learning to personal development and confidence building.

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

PEMRA Grants a Channel License to Allama Iqbal Open University

PEMRA Grants a Channel License to Allama Iqbal Open University

PEMRA Grants a Channel License to Allama Iqbal Open University


Chairman Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) Muhammad Saleem Baig formally handed over a non-commercial Satellite TV Channel license to Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) at a ceremony held in Islamabad.

On the occasion, Registrar AIOU Dr. Muhammad Zaigham Qadeer signed the licensing document, while PEMRA was represented by its Director General Wakeel Khan. The license enables the country’s mega-university to run its own Education TV channel and further strengthen its open distance learning system, through the support of the media network.
 
Later, the document was handed over to the Director Institute of Education Technology (IET), AIOU Ms. Shabnam Irshad Ahmed. The channel will be exclusively used for educational purposes on a non-commercial basis.

The AIOU will be the first educational institution in the country that will have its own tv channel for promoting education.

The Chairman PEMRA appreciated the AIOU for taking the initiative of launching the tv channel, hoping that it would enable it to enhance its access to the common man and focus exclusively on education and other social issues of public interest.

Vice-Chancellor Professor Dr. Zia-Ul-Qayyum thanked the PEMRA for awarding the license. “This,” he said, “is a great breakthrough for the AIOU giving academic support to its more than 1.4 million students through multimedia support.”

According to Director, IET the channel will be launched within a period of one year as per the terms and conditions of the PEMRA.

The satellite bandwidth will be obtained from PAKSAT while uplink and studio equipment will be procured in accordance with the relevant rules.

Launching of this TV channel is a part of the university’s consistent efforts playing its role in promoting quality education in the country through an effective open distance learning system.



Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Student Loan Scheme - Govt Approves Over Rs. 51 Million in Interest-Free Loans For Students

Student Loan Scheme - Govt Approves Over Rs. 51 Million in Interest-Free Loans For Students

Student Loan Scheme - Govt Approves Over Rs. 51 Million in Interest-Free Loans For Students


Islamabad: The Apex Committee for Student Loan Scheme having representation from State Bank of Pakistan, Finance Division (Government of Pakistan) and five major banks (NBP, HBL, UBL, ABL and MCB Bank) has approved Rs 51.987 million as interest-free loans to deserving students for their current year of studies within Pakistan.

The amount, approved by Apex Committee, will be given to 966 deserving students of public sector universities across the country, studying in different disciplines of under-graduation, graduation and Ph.D studies for the session 2016-2017.
 
The objective of the Student Loan Scheme is to provide financial assistance to the meritorious students having insufficient means. The loans are granted for a maximum tenor of 10 years from the date of the disbursement of the first installment and repayable in monthly installments after six months from the date of first employment or one year from the date of completion of studies, whichever is earlier.

National Bank of Pakistan, being the administrator of the scheme, performs all the functions like receiving and scrutinizing the loan applications, disbursement of loans and their recovery.



Saturday, May 25, 2019

Aga Khan Agency for Habitat partners to design affordable, climate-resilient single-family homes

Aga Khan Agency for Habitat partners to design affordable, climate-resilient single-family homes

Aga Khan Agency for Habitat partners to design affordable, climate-resilient single-family homes


Geneva, Switzerland, May 2019 - The Aga Khan Agency for Habitat (AKAH) partnered with the “Resilient Homes Design Challenge” in a crowdsourced challenge – spearheaded by the World Bank - to design climate-resilient single-family homes costing less than US$ 10,000.

Over the last 10 years, natural disasters have caused 23 million people to become homeless – many of them poor. The challenge was in response to homelessness caused by natural disasters in low-income and disaster prone regions. 

“The countries that fall in the Aga Khan Agency for Habitat’s remit have suffered 847 major disasters over the last 28 years, accounting for over 243,000 lives lost,” said Prince Hussain Aga Khan, Chairman of the Executive Committee for AKAH. “As all of us know, these disasters often cause families to lose their most valuable asset: their home. The Aga Khan Agency for Habitat was created specifically to find ways to deal with these increasing threats. Its mission is to find innovative ways to address the threat of natural disaster and work to make communities resilient, building on the decades of experience of various AKDN agencies.”

To address the increasing threat posed by natural disasters and climate change, the Aga Khan Agency for Habitat (AKAH) works to ensure that poor people live in physical settings that are as safe as possible from the effects of natural disasters, that residents who do live in high-risk areas are able to cope with disasters in terms of preparedness and response, and that these settings enable communities to thrive and lead a higher quality of life.

The home is a critical cornerstone to improve the quality of life of the communities that AKAH serves. His Highness the Aga Khan, speaking in an interview with Henri Weill, of La Cohorte, said, “when we studied the economic development of poor societies, we realised that when poor families manage to put money aside for the first time, they invest in their homes. Often it is a tin roof, running water or a sewerage system. In other words, human beings first look at everything that happens around them and their family. By working on people’s homes, we are working on basic needs and this then has an impact on several generations in the family.”

The design challenge arose when AKAH, as a member of a panel of judges at the World Bank, helped select the challenge team winners in partnership with Build Academy, the GFDRR, Airbnb and UN-Habitat. Over 3,225 professionals from over 160 countries participated in the challenge.

AKAH and the World Bank co-hosted a side-event at the annual World Reconstruction Conference (WRC4) in Geneva (13-14 May 2019) featuring the designs of the nine winners and three honourable mentions.



Aga Khan Agency for Habitat raises awareness on National School Safety Day in Pakistan

Aga Khan Agency for Habitat raises awareness on National School Safety Day in Pakistan

Aga Khan Agency for Habitat raises awareness on National School Safety Day in Pakistan


Islamabad, Pakistan: To protect schoolchildren from natural disasters and other insecurities, the Aga Khan Agency for Habitat (AKAH) convened government education departments, academia, district disaster management authorities and the media in Gilgit-Baltistan, Chitral, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Sindh and Punjab.

Mr. Hafiz Noorullah, Education Development Officer, Chitral, said on a radio talk show: “A lack of awareness and knowledge makes the disaster happen. So there is a need to have more and more information sharing through different media platforms and involvement of young people in interactive discussions to sensitise them on the topics of safety and security.”



Mr. Nawab Ali Khan, Chief Executive Officer, AKAH Pakistan said: “In the 2005 earthquake, Pakistan lost around 20,000 children due to vulnerable structures and lack of awareness and preparedness, which cannot be repeated. We need our schools to be resilient and better prepared for similar situations. We are thankful to our public and private-sector partners for joining hands with us to achieve this objective.”

For the last 20 years, AKAH has been designing and implementing programmes on Disaster Risk Reduction and Mitigation in some of Pakistan’s most vulnerable areas. More than 1,000 schools in disaster-prone areas have benefitted from the development of hazard and risk maps, school safety plans, provision of school safety kits, and awareness raising and capacity building of individuals. 

School-level awareness raising sessions have been part of the work of the Aga Khan Agency for Habitat since the Islamabad Conference on School Safety held in 2008. AKAH’s School Safety Programme will contribute towards the UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction’s one million safe schools and hospitals global campaign, and contribute towards the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and practical implementation of the Pakistan School Safety Framework.



Thursday, May 9, 2019

Public school teacher with breast cancer forced to pay for her own substitute while on medical leave

Public school teacher with breast cancer forced to pay for her own substitute while on medical leave

Public school teacher with breast cancer forced to pay for her own substitute while on medical leave





The topic of today’s lesson at Glen Park Elementary in California: Life isn’t fair.

An unidentified San Francisco public school teacher is being forced to pay for her own substitute teacher while on medical leave. The second-grade teacher is absent while receiving treatments for breast cancer — and parents are outraged.

"She's an incredible teacher and that's not fair. That’s crazy!” Glen Park parent Elia Hernandez told ABC7.

Parent Abby Hipps added, "She's wonderful, she's a beautiful lovely great teacher. She's one of the best teachers. It's terrible."

So why exactly is the educator in this position? Because of a1970s California education code, public school employees on extended sick leave will have the pay of their replacement deducted from their own paycheck— however the state law leaves it up to the individual cities or districts to implement their own regulations.

San Francisco Unified School District’s policy allows teachers to accumulate 10 paid sick days per year. Once those days are exhausted, they may be eligible for up to 100 extended sick leave days. However, for the duration of the extended sick leave, $195 will be taken out daily from their salary to pay their substitute, NBC Bay Area reports.

“This reflects California Education Code language related to extended sick leave that applies to all other school districts in California,” Laura Dudnick, a spokesperson for SFUSD, tells Yahoo Lifestyle. “This is not unique to San Francisco. This is not a district-only rule.”

That means, the teacher, who wishes to remain anonymous to protect her privacy, will only receive partial pay at a time when many San Francisco teachers are struggling to even make ends meet in a city with the second highest cost of living in the country. (The cost of living in San Francisco is 96.3 percent above the U.S. average, with the average home price at a staggering $1.2 million.)

"I just can't believe how grossly unfair it is," parent Amanda Kahn Fried told KQED. Fried has two children enrolled at Glen Park School and noted that “parents were outraged and incredulous” upon hearing the news. "Can you imagine telling doctors they have to pay for their replacements? It just doesn't make sense. That's not the employee's responsibility — that's the employer's responsibility."

Glen Park parents have raised more than $13,000 to help the instructor pay for her replacement as she receives treatment (the GoFundMe page has since been disabled because the extra attention was causing the instructor undue stress). According to NBC Bay Area, it will be just enough to cover a substitute teacher through the end of the school year.

The only alternative option for the unidentified teacher is the sick bank pool, a program that allows public school employees to donate unused sick days to fellow teachers after they’ve exhausted even their extended sick days. However, when the Glen Park teacher’s colleagues tried to donate days to her, she realized she had never joined the program that only allows entry during specific periods.

“Officially, we have nothing in the contract beyond that,” Susan Solomon, the head of the San Francisco teachers’ union, told the San Francisco Chronicle. “I think we could always do better. In a broader sense, I think single-payer health care is the answer.”

Fellow Glen Park School teachers are taking their colleague’s misfortune to heart. “It makes me worry if that were to happen to me,” Glen Park School teacher Brenda tells ABC7. “I have to plan accordingly and that's not fair you know."

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Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Pakistan Talent Wins Islamic Development Bank Funding to Solve SDGs

Pakistan Talent Wins Islamic Development Bank Funding to Solve SDGs

Pakistan Talent Wins Islamic Development Bank Funding to Solve SDGs

  
Transformers Roadshow winners receive seed capital and mentoring to realise their solutions to global development challenges

Pakistan is third largest beneficiary member country of the IsDB with $12.43 billion financing received to date
Health Minister Dr Zafar Mirza applauds IsDB’s contribution to the health sector in Pakistan. Awards winners of the roadshow.

The Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) has awarded four Pakistani innovators, researchers and entrepreneurs seed capital and business skills mentoring as part of its fifth edition of the Transformers Roadshow competition, held in association with COMSTECH. The Roadshow is a global initiative in which applicants are invited to pitch ideas accelerating one or more of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Minister of state for health, Dr Zafar Mirza was the chief guest for the Transformers Roadshow. Speaking on the occasion, Dr Zafar Mirza said that, the current initiative, namely the Transformers Roadshow, is a very novel idea. He congratulated IsDB for providing this opportunity to young Pakistani innovators to pitch their ideas for addressing one or more of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.  There is no dearth of innovative and creative ideas in our countries but there is a dire need of directing efforts towards providing indigenous solutions for the problems that we face, and secondly there is a strong need for connecting innovators with entrepreneurs, who can convert the ideas or prototypes into commercialized products or services.

Dr Mirza said that Pakistani innovators are using their skills in producing energy from renewable technologies, which can be linked with industry to eliminate poverty and generate employment. He said that with the help of IsDB we have started a project of mobile health clinics in Islamabad that will obviously facilitate people in providing basic health facilities in remote areas. Health minister said that

IsDB and COMSTECH will provide support for providing health, education, food security and safe drinking for the poor of the society.

Addressing the gathering and during the press conference, President Islamic Development Bank Dr. Bandar Hajjar said, Pakistan is the integral member country of the IsDB group and is the third largest beneficiary of IsDB financing.

The IsDB group has provided a total financing of 12.43 billion USD to Pakistan, helping improve the lives of the people of Pakistan through a range of development projects. He highlighted that IsDB is financing Neelum Jhelum Hydro Power Project, Jamshoro Power Station, CASA 1000 project for improving energy needs of the country. Dr Bandar Hajjar said that he had a very fruitful & constructive meetings with the President and Prime Minister of Pakistan. He said that Prime Minister Imran Khan’s vision of Road to Naya Pakistan will pave way for the economic prosperity of the country. He said IsDB has earmarked a 500 million USD fund for promoting science technology and innovation in the member countries.

The competition attracted more than 200 entrants from across Pakistan, with shortlisted 20 teams presented their innovative ideas and 4 finalists were selected by the esteemed judging panel, awarded $3,000 seed capital and a ticket to Transformers Roadshow final to be held in Senegal later this year. The initiatives were assessed in line with the SDGs agenda across factors such as innovativeness, impact and outreach, practicality, scalability, sustainability, potential for patenting and commercialisation.

Coordinator General COMSTECH addressing the press conference said that “We are committed to developing local talent and nurturing solutions to key challenges. We are delighted that this event attracted some of Pakistan’s top minds who have made it their mission to help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.” He said that the Higher Education Commission of Pakistan is collaborating with IsDB for funding innovative projects by Pakistani scientists.

Dr Hayat Sindi, Senior Advisor to the President, Islamic Development Bank said: “The quality of the applications here in Pakistan has been exceptionally high, and I am delighted to see so many innovative and novel solutions proposed across such a diverse mix of development issues. Science, technology and innovation are at the heart of the IsDB’s strategy and through the Transform Fund, our dream is to support solutions designed by local entrepreneurs and innovators who understand their communities.”

Winners of the competition will receive an invitation to attend the 2019 IsDB Transformers Summit in Senegal. The winners were:
  1. Dr Osman Hassan, Smart SIM (Health)
  2. Dr Khawaja Arsalan Habib, Short Circuit Fault Localization System (Energy)
  3. Hassan Bin Rizwan, Muse Lessons (Education)
  4. Ms Rehana Balti, Appricot Processing Strategy (Agriculture)

Teams presented their ideas to an esteemed judging panel from public and private sectors including:

–       Dr Hayat Sindi, Chief STI advisor to the President of the IsDB
–       Mr Yusuf Hussain, CEO, Ignite
–       Dr Fil Randazzo, CEO and Founder, Leverage Science
–       Lars Kroijer, Founder, Allied Crowds

Launched in July 2018, the Transformers Roadshow is one of the initiatives led by the IsDB Transform Fund set up to support the IsDB’s strategic focus on capacity building and human capital development. Previous editions took place in Uzbekistan, Niger, Kazakhstan and Bangladesh, where the Bank has awarded nine innovators.  The IsDB mission via the Transform Fund is to equip people to drive their own economic and social progress at scale, putting the infrastructure in place to enable them to fulfil their potential.



PM launches Al-Qadir University to ‘teach Sufism, produce future leaders’

PM launches Al-Qadir University to ‘teach Sufism, produce future leaders’

PM launches Al-Qadir University to ‘teach Sufism, produce future leaders’


SOHAWA, May 5 (APP): Prime Minister Imran Khan Sunday broke ground for the Al-Qadir University here which he said would create future leaders to counter Islamophobia and protect ideology of Pakistan.
Addressing the ground-breaking ceremony, the prime minister said the university would teach the students the principles of State of Madina and Pakistan’s ideology as envisioned by Allama Muhammad Iqbal and Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah.

He was accompanied by Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar, Special Assistant to the PM (SAPM) on Information and Broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan, Minister for Religious Affairs Pir Nurul Haq Qadri, Minister for Science and Technology Chaudhry Fawad Hussain, Minister for Aviation Ghulam Sarwar Khan, Minister for Education Shafqat Mehmood and SAPM Zulfiqar Bukhari.
The concept of establishing a university at Sohawa is to provide equal quality education to the youth across the country.
To be built over 200 kanals of land, the institution will consist of a Sufi Academic Block with capacity of 800 students, Science Block for 700 students, a hostel for 200 boys and girls, an auditorium and a library.
Since no university exists between Gujrat and Rawalpindi, therefore, Sohawa has been selected to offer the youth of the area a quality seat of learning.
The prime minister said it was a private university that would be run on donations by philanthropists contributing to the national cause of broadening the educational base.
He said 35 percent of students would get free education through scholarships while the rest 65 percent would fund their studies themselves.
The prime minister said besides teaching contemporary sciences like artificial intelligence and technology, the main focus of the university would be on research on Sufism and its connection with Islam.
“We have to groom our youth as leaders…We will create scholars, who will respond to the anti-Islam tirade started after 9/11,” the prime minister remarked.
He said the Chinese assistance would also be sought for teaching and research on technology-related subjects.
He said the university had been named after Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jilani, the great Sufi, who had also established link between Islam and spirituality.
He said Sufism was a great science but contrary to the Western world, no university in Pakistan was holding research on the subject.
He said the previous leaders had buried the ideology of Pakistan which was meant to make the country an Islamic welfare state. The nations ignoring their ideology could not exist. The nations faced ups and downs but they should not give up their ideology, he added.
He said Naya Pakistan would feature meritocracy, justice and education, and minorities’ rights on the pattern of Madina state.
He said what had been happening in Pakistan was not in accordance with the Islamic welfare state as envisioned by the forefathers.
Citing the backwardness in Sindh and Balochistan, he said after Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, the political leaders had delivered nothing but established their properties abroad.
He recalled that besides Indian role, the injustice to the people had also reasoned the disintegration of the country.
The prime minister said the Holy Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) had highly stressed the importance of education as no society could progress without education.
He said unfortunately, the Western culture had been influencing the young generation who needed to be taught basic Islamic principles, Islamic history and Pakistan’s ideology.
Addressing the ceremony, Religious Affairs Minister Pir Nurul Haq Qadri said the establishment of Al-Qadir University was a step towards the accomplishment of the objectives of Pakistan’s creation.
He said it was also a unique idea to teach the life of the Holy Prophet (PBUH), Sufism, science and technology at a single institute.
Qadri said the university would also help rectify the notion that Islam had been spread by use of force contrary to the fact that education and intellect were the factors behind it.
He said the incumbent government wanted to take the country back to the real concept of Pakistan.
He said it was for the first time that the government was establishing s Seerat Chair at universities to conduct research on the life and teachings of the Holy Prophet (PBUH).
Minister for Science and Technology Chaudhry Fawad Hussain said the prime minister had great compassion towards the poor segments of society.
He said after Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, it was Imran Khan who enjoyed respect not only in the country but also across the Muslim world.
He also drew the prime minister’s attention to a few road projects in Jhelum region to enhance the connectivity.



Thursday, April 25, 2019

Shell Tameer Shaping The Future Of Youth Entrepreneurship In Pakistan

Shell Tameer Shaping The Future Of Youth Entrepreneurship In Pakistan

Shell Tameer Shaping The Future Of Youth Entrepreneurship In Pakistan


The Institute of Business Administration-(IBA) Center for Entrepreneurial Development held a business start-up competition, ‘Invent -2019’at IBA Main Campus, Karachi. The objective of the event was to foster a start-up friendly ecosystem for young innovators from across Pakistan.

The event attracted over 100 young innovators from eight cities that submitted their ideas under the event’s thematic areas of Health & Agriculture, Technological and information, System Health & Agriculture, Shell Tameer Social and STEM Education and General & Traditional.

For the 35 finalists selected, a series of mentoring sessions and workshops were delivered by industry experts, professionals and seasoned entrepreneurs to prepare the best entrepreneurial potential for the final round.

The final pitch was before a panel of judges comprising subject matter experts from industry, academia and SME sectors.

At the closing ceremony Mr. Habib Haider – Country Head of External Relation, Shell Pakistan Limited said’My heartiest congratulations to our country’s young talent. It is heartening to see events like these bringing like-minded entrepreneurs together from across the country for greater exchange of innovative ideas and thinking. Shell Tameer has always been at forefront to collaborate with key stakeholders to encourage an enterprise-friendly ecosystem and provide opportunities for young entrepreneurs to contribute towards a brighter and prosperous future for Pakistan.”

Following Mr. Habib, Dr. Farrukh Iqbal-Executive Director Institute of Business Administration Karachi said “Entrepreneurship is the need of the moment for this country and is taken very seriously at IBA, this is the reason we have a dedicated Center for Entrepreneurial Development at IBA where different initiatives are underway to promote the entrepreneurial culture among our youth including certificate courses, summer schools and engaging competitions.”

The winner of the category ‘Shell Tameer Social and STEM education’ was Green Energy Revolution Now, a social entrepreneur creating biogas for rural areas in Sindh to address the reduction of CO2 emissions caused by the burning of wood for cooking and saving more land from deforestation.  The Runner-up was a female entrepreneur running a local Air B&B“Lets Home” for the residents of Hunza and Gilgit to earn additional income during the few months of tourism in the country. The third winner “Walk way School” works with students belonging to lower social-economic backgrounds to bridge the gap in the private and public education system and providing a better chance of enrollment in universities.

All three winners of each category will receive token seed money to invest in their hard build enterprises.




Wednesday, April 24, 2019

TAF Foundation celebrates 7th Graduation Ceremony

TAF Foundation celebrates 7th Graduation Ceremony

TAF Foundation celebrates 7th Graduation Ceremony


92% of TAFF graduates have found gainful employment
Nearly 400 graduates have received TAFF certification

(Karachi) The Abbassciy Family Foundation (TAFF) marked the graduation of its seventh cohort of students from its Vocational Training Institute (TAFF-VTI) today at a ceremony held in Karachi. Attended by faculty, staff, industry partners, students and their families, and alumni of TAFF, the ceremony was a great success at marking a key milestone in the lives of the graduates. 

Ms. Frieha Altaf, CEO of Catwalk event management and productions, leading entrepreneur, business woman, and supporter of women’s empowerment, was the Guest of Honor at the ceremony. Addressing the occasion, she said “As a female entrepreneur, I strongly support women achieving economic independence, equality and freedom. 60% of educated Pakistani women are not working after marriage. By maximizing women’s economic participation, Pakistan can accelerate its economic growth, and eradicate poverty. I admire and appreciate TAF Foundation’s role for women in the field of vocational educational & training.” 

Course completion certificates were distributed among graduates who had successfully completed the 4-month intensive training program in the fields of Customer Service & Retail Sales, Elderly Care Assistant and Cooking & Housekeeping. Shields were awarded to the top 3 position holders and appreciation certificates were presented to students who maintained 100% attendance throughout the course. 
Mr. Azfar Saeed Baig, CEO, TAF Foundation, while addressing the gathering, said: “Women are society’s backbone. TAFF’s mission is to eliminate injustice against women by empowering them to become economically independent. Around 400 women have graduated from TAFF-VTI; 92% of them have found gainful employment subsequently, earning about Rs. 21,000 per month.” 




Thursday, April 18, 2019

The World’s Biggest 24-Hour Book Sale – The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Opens Its Doors for the First Time in Pakistan

The World’s Biggest 24-Hour Book Sale – The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Opens Its Doors for the First Time in Pakistan

The World’s Biggest 24-Hour Book Sale – The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Opens Its Doors for the First Time in Pakistan


Over one million brand new books of all genres will be at 50% - 90% discounts throughout the 11-day sale

Lahore, April 18, 2019 - The World’s Biggest Book Sale – the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale has officially launched its very first sale here in Pakistan at the Lahore Expo Centre. The event was officiated by the Provincial Minister for Higher Education and Tourism, Mr. Raja Yasir Humayun alongside the Founder of the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale, Mr. Andrew Yap, and Organiser of the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale, Mr. Awais Akhtar Butt. The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale’s partner from Punjab Group of Colleges Ms Hajra Afzal, Director of Punjab Group was also seen at the event. Known for its unique feature of being open for 24 hours, non-stop, the Sale will be in Lahore for 11 days, starting April 19, 2019 from 9.00am onwards till 11.59pm of April 29, 2019 at Hall 3, Lahore Expo Centre. Entrance to the event is free. 

“Reading is a tool to understand the world better. It helps you create a better version of yourself, inspires people to learn new things, and empowers them to dream big. At the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale, we aim to continuously make affordable books accessible so that more people can read and we are really happy to be here in Lahore.”, said Andrew Yap, Founder of the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale.

Visitors will get a chance to browse through their favourite genres, in multiple categories. The Sale features the best books available in the world’s literary market – from art, architecture and history, to science, poetry, and fantasy. A huge variety of children’s books including activity books as well as augmented reality storybooks will also be available. 

“We are also bringing in the Little Hippo Augmented Reality (AR) books for children. We understand that technology is something we cannot deny and children in this generations are more in tune with technology. Its “come-to-life” feature gives children a magical experience as they see their favourite characters talking and engaging with them,” he added.

The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale is known as Asia’s biggest and exclusive seller of the Little Hippo AR books. These AR books feature a variety of children’s stories such as Little Red Riding Hood, Goldilocks and the Three Bears and many more. Its interactive learning feature makes learning fun and entertaining using its cutting-edge AR technology to revolutionise reading for young ones.

“We are overjoyed to bring the World’s Biggest Book Sale to Lahore, the city that has produced many of the world’s greatest minds – writers, poets, thinkers, intellectuals and orators. We believe that everyone wants to read – it’s just a matter of choice. The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale helps empower people to make that choice and with books at heavily reduced prices, now everyone can get into the hobby of reading” said Awais Akhtar Butt, Director of Big Book Private Limited, Organiser 

Aside from bringing the best books to all book lovers, the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale also believes in giving back to the community. This is made possible through its Corporate Social Responsibility arm, the Red Readerhood Programme – an initiative designed to donate brand new, quality books to the underprivileged. 

The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale will be pledging 500 books to the cause and customers are encouraged to participate in the Red Readerhood Programme to play a part in giving back to the community. All the books that are collected through this initiative will benefit underprivileged children under the care of Slumabad. The Big Bad Wolf Books Their aim to make education available to these underprivileged children coincides with Big Bad Wolf Book Sale’s mission. Those who are keen to donate to this cause are encouraged to visit the Red Readerhood Corner located after the cashier counters to purchase books that have been specially curated for the children and drop it into a box prepared at the Sale.

This year, the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale in Lahore is also supported by local organisations such as the Punjab Group of Colleges, Association for Academic Quality and Slumabad who are aligned with the Sale’s mission of changing the world one book at a time. 

From its very first sale in Malaysia in 2009, Big Bad Wolf Books has been on a mission to introduce non-readers to new reads and cultivate the never-ending love for books across countries. It has since established itself as a must-visit book event in Kuala Lumpur, as well as in countries around the world. The Sale’s first stop in Pakistan this April gives people in the country a chance to experience and explore the wonderful and magical world of books.


The World’s Biggest Book Sale – the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale has officially launched its very first sale here in Pakistan at the Lahore Expo Centre. Picture shows Mr. Raja Yasir Humayun (Center), Provincial Minister for Higher Education & Tourism with the organizers at the inauguration ceremony”.



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