Pursuing a valid, home-based learning system

The writer expresses his personal views on how the educators can continue to offer learning—even in the face of pandemics and disasters. He also discusses merits and demerits of existing education system in our country, and suggests simple ways to cope with changing situation. By Nazarul Islam Midway through the month of March, 2020, our […]

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Tharparkar students stage demo against holding online classes

80 percent students of universities cannot take part in e-classes for having no internet facility in remote areas of desert district   By GR Junejo Mithi: The students of different universities including Sindh Agriculture University Tando Jam staged demonstration outside local press club on Friday to lodge protest against the decision of conducting online classes, […]

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E-learning at the sand dunes of Tharparkar

A group of students from different universities who have erected a tent at a sand dune in Tharparkar for online classes, share the problems they face in e-learning   Sanjay Mathrani It was expected that technology will storm the process of learning, and with cost, time, and convenience advantages, e-learning will be extremely popular. Yet, […]

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