Women running for the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) provincial assembly in the July 25 general election can prove that women in elected office have been more successful than their male counterparts in participation.
Peshawar: Pakistan is currently training more than fifteen thousand beauticians that will not be able to find jobs when they graduate. In fact, more than half of the graduates of the whole TVET (Technical Education and Vocational Training) program cannot find jobs after graduation.
Peshawar: Low literacy and significant out-of-school children paint a grim picture of education in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) where 5 out of 10 schools lack basic facilities, propounding the implications on local children’s enrollments and dropouts.
An internet user in the US is 10 times more likely to be subject of an official government data request than a citizen of India and 14 times more likely than a citizen of Pakistan.
Peshawar: Public spending on elementary and secondary education (ESE) in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province is up. However, parents are increasingly choosing private schools despite only marginally higher performance rates among private school students. Official data shows an eight percent annual increase in private school enrollment over the last 2 years.