• List of Important Topics for Essays
    Existentialism (2003) 11. Socio-economic challenges faced by Pakistan (2005) 12. Islam versus the west (2005) 13. International crisis in terrorism (2000) 14. Humour in Urdu literature (2006) 15. Higher science education in the developing countries (2000) 16. The search of truth (2005) 17. Nuclear...
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  • History
    objective question of multiple choice, bearing 20 marks. The four groups in B.A History are as under. 1. Islamic History Paper A: - Advent of Islam to the Fall of Umayyad (570 AD to 750 AD) Paper B: - History of Abbasids (750 AD to 1258 AD) and Muslim Rule in Spain (712 AD to 1492...
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  • Culture Sociology
    activity. In general, the term culture denotes the whole product of an individual, group or society of intelligent beings. It includes technology, art, science, as well as moral systems and the characteristic behaviors and habits of the selected intelligent entities. In particular, it has specific more detailed...
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  • Paper
    fevered imaginations of an American capital still reeling from the blows of September 11th and dangerously deficient in its understanding of both Islam and the Islamic world. To the contrary, this volume explores an issue that Pakistanis themselves have identified as vital to their national well-being...
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  • Economies of Scale
    metropolitan area was estimated above 6.3 million. Hyderabad is a cosmopolitan city, whose residents are adherents to a wide range of religions, predominately Islam (41%) and Hinduism (55%), but also others, including Christianity (3%), and Sikhism (0.2%) and Jains (0.4%). There are many iconic temples...
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  • Pakistan Notes
    regeneration of the Indian Muslims had not at all visualized that mankind had entered a very important phase of its existence, i.e. an era of science and learning which was the source of progress and prosperity for the British. Therefore, modern education became the pivot of his movement for...
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  • Fighting a Futile War
    compulsory. The religious enthusiasts went to the extent of inducting their version of Islam in all other subject. Urdu, English, Pakistan Studies, Islamic Studies, Sociology, Civics, etc, all with a heavy dose of Islam were the new subjects introduced in school. There was a need to reform this but it was...
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  • syllabus
    SOCIAL REFORM MOVEMENTS From the late 19th century a number of European and Indian scholars started the study of ancient India’s history, philosophy, science, religions and literature. This growing knowledge of India’s past glory provided to the Indian people a sense of pride in their civilization. It ...
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  • Personal Statement
    different from middle school and I enjoyed it more than middle school it was a great experience. I did my A-levels in Mathematics, Physics, Economics and Urdu. After A-levels I applied to the Lahore School Of Economics University, which is one of the best institution in Pakistan to pursue business studies...
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  • Illetarcy in Pakistan
    centuries has been made possible by written and readable words. Every Muslim knows that the first command revealed by Allah to the Holy Prophet of Islam Muhammad (PBUH) was ‘READ’. Literacy, over the centuries, has become the lever of human progress and the leveler of social and economic conditions...
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  • Mirza Ghalib
    Mirza Asad Ullah Khan, continues to win the hearts of the posterity with his evergreen literary works. His is renowned for his poetic endeavors in Urdu and Persian language with thousands of high quality verses to his credit. He bagged a major chunk of fame through his rich philosophical verses which...
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  • PAKISTANI MEDIA FAVORISM
    Muslim journalist and the Muslim mass media system would be: ‘to destroy myths. In our contemporary world these myths may include power, progress, science, development, modernization, democracy, achievement, and success. Personalities as they represent these must not be superhumanized and superdefined...
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  • Mughals
    The Mughal Empire (Persian: شاهان مغول Shāhān-e Moġul; Urdu: مغلیہ سلطنت; self-designation: گوركانى - Gūrkānī),[1][2] or Mogul Empire in former English usage, was an Indian-Islamic power that ruled a large portion of the Indian subcontinent which began in 1526, invaded and ruled most of South Asia by...
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  • Blessing of Science
    University of Karachi. (Engineering) ( D.J Sindh Govt Science College Karachi ) D.A.E: Sindh Board of Technical Education Karachi. (Mechanical) ( Y.M.C.A Polytechnic Institute Karachi ) MATRIC: Board of Secondary Education Karachi. (Science) Computer Literacy: ● AUTO CAD ● MS.Office ●...
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  • madrassah education
    term given in Arabic to any school, but it is also used to refer to specific types of schools. “Islamic values” is the universal moral values based on Islam. The madrasah system or deenimadaris, religious education institutions focusing on religious Law, teachings of the Prophet Muhammad, classical logic...
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  • Css Rules
    and their effect on his/her physique and character, in assessing his/her merit. 22. All candidates are expected to have basic knowledge regarding Islam and Pakistan. Questions may be asked in the Interview on these subjects. Persons securing less than pass marks in these subjects will not be considered...
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  • Mughal Empire
    territorial extent, c. 1700 Capital Agra; Fatehpur Sikri; Delhi Language(s) Persian (initially also Chagatai Turkic; later also Urdu) Religion Hinduism, Sunni Islam, and syncretism Government Absolute monarchy, unitary state with federal structure Emperor - 1526–1530 Babur - 1530–1539,...
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  • The Most Important Information
    and their effect on his/her physique and character, in assessing his/her merit. 21. All candidates are expected to have basic knowledge regarding Islam and Pakistan. Questions will be asked in the Interview on these subjects. Persons securing less than pass marks in these subjects will not be considered...
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  • rizwan
    established a Persian Madrasah in which Persian, modern history, English and Urdu were to be taught. Later, he raised donations to establish a Madrasah at Ghazipur in 1864 in which arrangements were made for teaching English, Urdu, Arabic, Persian and Sanskrit. Raja Hardeo Narain Singh was appointed as its...
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  • Education
    have English medium schools, Urdu | |medium schools, and religious madrasas. Students coming out of English medium schools, especially good private sector schools, have little or no | |awareness of their religion and culture whereas those passing out from Urdu medium schools are usually destined...
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