Tag Archives: Education

Published letter: “Dislocating us from our natural talent”

THIS is apropos of Fatima Zahra Bukhari’s letter ‘Deciding a career’ (March 2) in which she has contented that counselling by professionals is required in Pakistan for choosing a career. But I do not agree with the point. It is … Continue reading

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Changing Paradigms of Education

The past generation lived their lives by the following guidelines: to land a white-collar job, one must go to school, then to a college and then to a university. One assumed that this simple pattern would ensure a prestigious, well-paying … Continue reading

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