16th Managing Economy of Pakistan Conference kicks off at LSE during summer of discontent 

LAHORE: With the rain falling outside on an unseasonably cool morning for May in Lahore, the Lahore School of Economics (LSE) opened...

Private Solutions to Public Problems – Can Miftah’s education vouchers work?

The jury is split on whether or not conventional public education spending can be replaced with something better

How does KarMuqabla plan to create the pull in online education?

As the race heats up in the edtech space, what are the plans of this new entrant?

A shakeup brews in Lahore’s elite schools network

As LGS faces an unlikely competitor from within, what will the shape of elite private education be in the future?

Will the India-model work for Pakistan’s EdTech startups?

Profit investigates if, despite very similar market conditions, replicating a Byju’s like model is a foregone conclusion for Pakistani EdTech startups?

HEC, Microsoft launch Certification from Home Platform for Pakistani students

ISLAMABAD: The Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan has reached an agreement with Microsoft to provide students a Certification from Home Platform...

LUMS increases tuition fee by 41pc amid coronavirus outbreak

As the country battles the coronavirus outbreak, with many people uncertain about their finances, the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) has...

Japan to provide Rs478m grant for human resource development in Pakistan

Under the grant programme, Japan will offer scholarships for master and doctoral degrees to the young and capable govt officials ISLAMABAD: Economic Affairs...

This EdTech startup wants to change the way Pakistani children learn mathematics

Ask any primary or lower secondary school student about the most difficult subject they have to study and, more often than not,...

Govt, WEF join hands to close skills gap in Pakistan

--PM announces establishment of ‘National Accelerator on Closing the Skills Gap in Pakistan’ --WEF president lauds govt’s policy direction, especially with regard to...

A 4.0 won’t get you a job, and your university has no idea what will

22As. But where’s the beef? How many of you have heard of Ali Moeen Nawazish? Chances are, most of you have. In...

The best MBA in the country, sure. But is it any good?

What would you say if someone were to tell you that in the heart of Lahore’s posh DHA, there was standing ready...

Across the border, the IIM lays a claim on the business education crown of Asia

In India, the network of Indian Institutes of Management (IIM) stands parallel to the country’s famed Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) network....

FBR forwards notices to schools for tax evasion: Report

The audit was commenced after information was received that the schools were retaining multiple accounts besides those officially declared for the hiding of receipts and income

Can ITU become Pakistan’s MIT?

Umar Saif’s brainchild is meant to be a research-focused institution. But it remains to be seen whether it has the ingredients necessary to be globally competitive