Swiss Aid Agency and UN will establish United Nations Corners in Government Universities to support students in research and empower young Pakistanis
Japan-Asia Youth Exchange Program in Science 2016 offered by Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) is open for Pakistani students for the first time.
QAU Alumni Association announces endowment fund to support its Alma Mater on the occasion of 50th year of establishment of Quaid-i-Azam University
Pakistan district rankings 2016 show Islamabad, Punjab, Azad Jammu and Kashmir are performing better than KPK, FATA, Balochistan, Sindh
UN wall campaign across Pakistani schools, colleges and universities help promote culture of peace & harmony among youth
Bahria University Islamabad celebrates academic achievements of its students at the 15th Convocation held in Islamabad
NUST Community Service Club students volunteered several hours to renovate Islamabad Model College for Boys i nH-11 sector of Islamabad
A 2-Day Exhibition on the theme of ‘Stimulating Environment for Early Childhood Development’ (ECD) began this Friday in Rawalpindi.
Pakistani students and faculty members head for Arizona State University under U.S.-Pakistan Centers for Advanced Studies Program
Newly renovated and expanded Lincoln Corner Islamabad opened at International Islamic University Islamabad
US Ambassador to Pakistan David Hale and Rector NUST welcomed more than 200 alumni at 12th Annual Fulbright and Humphrey Alumni Conference
Students from Pakistan interested in the topic of Local, State, and Federal Public Policymaking are invited to apply for participation in the Study..
Australian High Commissioner Margaret Adamson farewelled 20 Pakistani professionals who have received Australia Awards Scholarship 2016
The World Science Day 2015 seminar was held in Islamabad to connect scientists and students, as well as to encourage students towards scientific education
Representatives of 19 American Universities visited Islamabad, Lahore and Karachi to promote U.S. study options for Pakistani students by visiting schools and participating in college fairs
UNESCO and the Government of Pakistan have launched “Girls’ Right to Education Programme in Pakistan” to support better access, improved quality and safe learning environments for girls..