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Contemporary Issues and Trends in Education

Integrating Technology in Classroom

Integration of technology in education simply refers to the use of technology to enhance the student learning experience. Utilizing different types of technology in the classroom, including a virtual classroom, creates learners who are actively engaged with learning objectives. The implementation of technology also creates pathways for differentiated instruction to meet the unique needs of students...Read More

Problems of Education in Pakistan

1. Lack of Uniformity, 2. Education without Direction, 3. Outdated Curricula, 4. Lack of Professional Development of Teachers, 5. Lack of Quality Teachers, 6. Alarming Dropouts, 7. System of Examination, 8. Poor Supervisory Standards, 9. Internal and External Influences, 10. Lack of Resources, 11. Policy Implementation, 12. Low Budgetary Allocation for Education, 13. CorruptionRead More

Effect of Population Growth on National Development

The term "population growth" refers to how the number of individuals in a population increases with time. This growth is controlled by the rate at which new individuals are added to the population -- the birth rate, and the rate at which individuals leave the population -- the death rate.Read More

Population Education: Meaning, Assumptions and Aims

Population education is an educational process, which helps individual to learn about population and particularly the effect of population dynamics and the related problems on the individuals, family, community, nation and the world. Its main purpose is to create awareness, to provide knowledge and to develop positive attitude for improving population situation to ensure a better life now and in future.Read More

Causes of Gender Inequality

Over the years, the world has gotten closer to achieving gender equality. There is better representation of women in politics, more economic opportunities, and better healthcare in many places of the world. However, the World Economic Forum estimates it will take another century before true gender equality becomes a reality. What drives the gap between genders? Here...Read More

Madrassa Reforms in Pakistan

Reforming madrassas is a major concern. New developments at international level, especially the events of 11th September 2001, increased the importance of Madrassa reforms not only for Pakistan but also for the whole Muslim World. The Government of Pakistan and countries in the West, particularly America, are now eagerly seeking to enforce changes in the...Read More

Madaris in Pakistan

In Pakistan, the madaris are based on sect, and every sect has its own madrassa network that is controlled by a board or Wafaq. Every board has its own system of education and they hold annual exams and distribute certificates among students.  There are five madrassa boards or wafaqs  in  Pakistan,  and  they  are  also ...Read More