• Federal Public Service
    -American Detente; iv. Pakistan’s Efforts at Industrialization: v. The Role of Banking in the Development of Pakistan; vi. Agro-Technical Education in Pakistan; vii. Urdu Literature since 1935: viii. The Symbolist Movement in Literature and the Arts; ix. The Uses of Computers; x. An Evaluation of...
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  • Illetarcy in Pakistan
    ESSAY ON ILLITERACY IN PAKISTAN “Are those equal, those who know and those who don’t know.” 1. INTRODUCTION: It is now a universally recognized fact that mass education is a pre-requisite for the development and prosperity of a country. The main priority of the developing countries, in recent...
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  • Pakistan: Nationalism Without a Nation
    essays on the problems that Pakistan has had in achieving a coherent national identity and becoming a stable nation. The initial rationale for separating Pakistan from India was the presumed need to provide a homeland for the otherwise minority Muslims in an overwhelmingly Hindu India. But Muslim...
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  • Letters and Some Important Essays
    Specialist Karachi Essay Writing Notes, Applications, Letters All English, Urdu, Sindhi, Politics Essay Notes Application and letters download or free share with us essay on Corruption In Pakistan Essay Writing Notes, Applications, Letters Reply Thread Tools Post New Thread LinkBack...
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  • List of Important Topics for Essays
    css essay paper formatted. 01. Dilemma of the water and energy crisis in Pakistan (2003) 02. Art critics and reviewers (2003) 03. Alleviation of poverty (2005) 04. Persecuted poor women (2005) 05. Foreign direct investment (F.D.I) in Pakistan (2006) 06. Global warming (2006) 07...
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  • Current Affairs
    that might include begging, theft, stealing and even robbery. This effects the law and order situation of the country. So it is very much important to address this problem of poverty on high priority so that it should be resolved before it becomes the national issue. Essay on Terrorism in Pakistan...
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    who adopt illegal channels to get the financial prosperity which they can not achieve otherwise. Illiteracy is yet an other problem of Pakistan. The literacy rate lingers on 56% and ironically it also includes those people who can read and write their name in Urdu. Over the decades, despite...
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  • essay on education
    Essay Education is the basic need Education is the light of the life. Education proves to one of the most important factors for the development of human civilization. Education enhances human status and leads everyone to propriety. it is a continuous and lifelong process. It attributes most...
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     Research Essay Question 1 Party Manifesto Intro to Political Sciences...
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  • History of Bangladesh
    , declared in Dhaka (then usually spelled Dacca in English) that "Urdu, and only Urdu" would be the common language for all of Pakistan. This proved highly controversial, since Urdu was a language that was only spoken in the West by Muhajirs and in the East by Biharis, although the Urdu language had...
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  • Socio Economic Problems of Pakistan
    ironically it also includes those people who can read and write their name in Urdu. Over the decades, despite decreasing, illiteracy rate in Pakistan has shown an upward trend. Not only that but enrollment ratio of students at primary level has shown a decreasing trend. The fact that 50 percent of...
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  • education
     OUTLINE: Education the basic need Object of Education: Importance of Education: Background of Pakistan’s Educational System Educational System in Pakistan: Key Performance Indicators for Education Systems  PROBLEMS OF EDUCATION IN PAKISTAN 1. Medium of Education: 2. Disparity of...
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    local levels. In an essay combining history, demography, policy analysis, and prescription, Shahid Javed Burki offers some striking demographic figures that underscore the extent of the challenge facing Pakistan. Pakistan, the world’s sixth most populous country, has one of the youngest populations...
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  • Mohsin Hamid
    writes essays on themes ranging from literature to politics and is a contributor to publications around the world, including the New York Times, the Guardian, the New York Review of Books, Dawn, and La Repubblica. A self-described mongrel, he was born in 1971 in Lahore, Pakistan, and has lived...
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  • Articals
    (ilmkidunia 2012) (ilmkidunia 2012) Since the liberalisation of the Pakistani media in 2002, many major corruption cases and scams have been unveiled by journalists. Notable among them are: • The Pakistan Steel Mills Rs.26 billion scam;[11] • National Insurance Company Limited scandal...
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  • Respect
    many even Urdu was a second language and English their third language. 4 Reclaiming Cultural and Social Diversity: Mobilizing Youth for National Harmony and Peace: the Search for Resources Within ESSAYS 5 Reclaiming Cultural and Social Diversity: Mobilizing Youth for National...
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  • Libaration War
    of 1947 then made a decision that should not be only national language. * A meting held in Karachi, where two representative of Bengal supported that Urdu could be the state national language. Some Resolution was taken: i) Bangla should be the state and official language of East Pakistan...
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  • Education in Pakistan
    structural problems underlie the delivery mechanism for primary and secondary education in Pakistan. Like in other areas such as health and transportation, these are well known: political and bureaucratic interference, appointments based on considerations other than merit, corruption in awarding...
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  • The Free Radio Salman Rushdie
    . While India was to be a secular country united in its diversity, Pakistan—made up of two geographically separate wings, East and West Pakistan—was intended to be a haven for Muslims and a pure land set aside for Allah. In Urdu and Persian, in fact, the name Pakistan translates to ―land of the pure...
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  • Pakistan
    Pakistan (i/ˈpækɨstæn/ or i/pɑːkiˈstɑːn/; Urdu: پاکستان) (Urdu pronunciation: [paːkɪˈst̪aːn] ( listen)), officially the Islamic Republic of Pakistan (Urdu: اسلامی جمہوریۂ پاکستان), is a sovereign country in South Asia. With a population exceeding 180 million people, it is the sixth most populous...
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