• Corruption in Higher Education
    Prominent critic and educationist, Dr. Isa Daudpota, argues that Pakistan’s universities are being irreparably damaged by ill-conceived official policies that end up rewarding academic corruption.
  • اعلیٰ تعلیم میں بدعنوانیاں
    ممتاز ناقد اور ماھر تعلیم ڈاکٹر عیسیٰ داؤد پوتا دلائل دیتے ھیں کہ ناقص پالیسیوں کی وجہ سے پاکستان کی جامعات کو ناقابل تلافی نقصان پہنچ رھا ھے اور ان کے نتیجے میں بدعنوانی جنم لے رھی ھے۔
  • Education, Society and Physics
    Viqar Hussain, a distinguished Canadian-Pakistani physicist, shares his views on physics, society, and the state of education in Pakistan.
  • Pakistan’s Pseudoscience Menace
    Miseducation and the spread of pseudoscience in the country have harmed the teaching of science, feels Dr. Pervez Hoodbhoy in his interview with Gulf News.
  • Our Varsities Have Turned into Junk Factories
    Dr. Pervez Hoodbhoy speaks to MIT Technology Review Pakistan about science and technology in context of higher education including teaching, capacity-building of professors, current situation at universities and research.

  • What Are They Teaching Non-Muslim Students In Pakistan?
    Violating the constitution, Pakistan’s education system forces Non-Muslim students to learn Islamic teachings in their courses.
  • غیر مسلم بچوں کو پاکستان میں کیا پڑھایا جا رہا ہے؟
    کیا آپ کو معلوم ھے کہ ھمارا موجودہ نظام تعلیم، آئین پاکستان کی خلاف ورزی کرتے ھوئے غیر مسلم بچوں کو پاکستان میں اسلامی دینی تعلیم حاصل کرنے پر مجبور کرتا ھے؟ ٖ
  • Science Education In Schools
    That science education in Pakistan is inadequate is saying the obvious. In fact, it is bad enough to scare students away. There is a long list of problems with science education in the country. Textbooks written for Pakistani textbook boards and colleges are dreary and uninteresting, and only overload students with facts. Badly printed, they are terse in their explanations, and care little for graphic presentations. Teachers are either untrained or poorly trained, and hence uninspiring. Many have poor knowledge of the subject they teach, and hence discourage questions, and kill curiosity. Published in Dawn on 4th March 2016.