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GBFL in NUST comes to an end | Students Proved the sectarian brotherhood

Gilgit Baltistan Futsal League A successful futsal (mini football) event was organized by NGBians (NUST GBians, organization of the students belonging to Gilgit Baltistan in National University of Sciences and technology, Islamabad) in the university today. Four teams of GB students participated in the event and after four days of successful efforts the event came to an end. The teams that participated in the Tools for hobbyist woodworkers
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Move Forward for Better Gilgit-Baltistan!

Move Forward! We have been condemning violence, brutality and barbarism for last twenty years. Every segment of the society has a different opinion regarding violence and unrest in the region. But, still we are reluctant to talk about solutions. Peace would not prevail by condemning violence and updating our Facebook statuses. In addition, we must understand that the phenomenon of sectarian violence is not
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OEC Scholars for Year 2012-13

OEC Scholarship Program Scholars Year 2012-13 Organization for Educational Change  primarily aspire to guide, highlight and inspire the students of Gilgit-Baltistan through its following projects. OEC The Educure OEC Educational Expo OEC Blog & E-magazine OEC Mobile Helpline OEC Discovering Gilgit-Baltistan For last two and half year of the establishment of OEC, we have reached thousand plus students in G-B. Many of the students had
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A Solution for Better Gilgit-Baltistan: The sustainable and long-term peace needs public policy reforms

  A Solution for  Better Gilgit-Baltistan: The sustainable and long-term peace needs public policy reforms Bloodshed in GB is not simple as it seems; ‘someone’, ‘somewhere’ is busy designing our future. Very unfortunate is that our policymakers are unable to predict/create a future for GB. People are not responsible alone. People in developed world are as irrational as in our regions. Loose the system
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ABM – an initiative for educational revolution in Baltistan

All Baltistan Movement (ABM) is a student organization established by the students of Baltistan studying in different universities of Pakistan in 2008. It is a non-political, non-religious, non-profitable, non-government organization which provides a platform where the students of Baltistan may work for the promotion of quality education in our society. Founded by students, headed by students and run by students, ABM has always been
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The Mother, a woman behind every successful person

Last week, when I came home back from my university, I felt something was missing but I was so much tried to think or realize. I was so much hungry as well but no one said or asked me anything everything was normal yet disturbing and annoying. I went to my room and after sitting alone by myself for sometime I got to know
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Empowered women, a Developed Nation

Yesterday, entire world celebrated, 8th March 2012 as “International Women’s Day” OEC believes, ”Empowered Women, Developed Nation” Special messages presented on the occasion from the desk of President “Role of educated and awared women, especially in the developing and under develop world is very critical for the development of family , society and ensuring modernity OEC empowers women to contribute equally towards betterment of society” Jibran Hayat FAST
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Educational Performance of Teenagers in Pakistan

Educational Performance of Teenagers in Pakistan: An Analysis and Policy Recommendations As a semester project, I had carried out a research paper on Educational Performance of Teenagers in Pakistan.The results obtained were important and vital from the policy perspectives; therefore, I consider it as a fruitful option to share the findings of the paper so that readers could gain benefit and insight regarding the
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A Response to “Elite vs deprived students of Gilgit Baltistan”

A Response to Naubahar’s Article Titled as “Elite vs deprived students of Gilgit Baltistan” At first, the figures about educational problems given in the article are generalized. We should look at them by considering gender and urban/rural dichotomies. We will see a huge difference if we look at these facts and figures by considering these issues. We will come to know that how much
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Fighting the Big Four Constraints(B4Cs) Faced By Deprived Students

A Proposed Solution and Role Of More Privileged Students: Fighting the Big Four Constraints(B4Cs) Faced By Deprived Ones In Gilgit-Baltistan, the primary enrolment stands at 51%, which means only 51 out of every 100 students have access to primary school and remaining doesn’t even get an opportunity to see school. Adding to severity majority of students drop school at middle and matric level; leaving sheer majority of brilliants
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