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Impact of Covid-19 on Textile Industry

Impact of Covid-19 on Textile Industry

By: Tooba Tariq    Covid 19 impacted almost every industry of the world. Overall growth started decliningstarting from least impacted sector such as Agriculture tomost effected Industries were Manufacturing and Services. Estimated 80 percent Companies reported direct loss due to Covid.Pakistan is considered one of the most popular Country in terms of its textile Industry. Its stands Eight in largest textile ... Read More »

Boom in IT Sector in Pakistan during Covid -19

Boom in IT Sector in Pakistan during Covid -19

By: Sana Mobin People in Pakistan will not forget March 2020 when the pandemic was on the rise in Pakistan and government announced the complete Lockdown country wide and their lives were turned upside down people were forced to stay at home and practice social distancing as precautionary measures. Everything started going digital from manuals including office work, shopping for ... Read More »

Launch of several inquiries into the sale of government hospital medicines

Launch of several inquiries into the sale of government hospital medicines

Associated Press Service KARACHI: June 30, 2021 Federal and provincial authorities have launched an investigation into the sale of medicines stolen from government hospitals in large quantities in Karachi’s wholesale and retail markets. According to Dawn, the National Institute of Cardiology (NICVD) and the management of Dr Rath Fau Civil Hospital Karachi have also launched an in-house investigation following claims ... Read More »

Eating the Rainbow

Eating the Rainbow

By:Ayesha Akhtar ,Food Science and Technology ( GCWUF) Nature gives a full range of tones inside the foods grown from the ground we can develop. This rainbow of tones offers us the chance of eating food sources wealthy in supplements that are connected to the different shadings, each having their own medical advantages. Picking a wide range of hued entire ... Read More »

STRAWBERRY AS A POWER HOUSE OF   NUTRIENTS

STRAWBERRY AS A POWER HOUSE OF NUTRIENTS

By: Rabia Naz, department of Food Science and Technology, Government College Women University Faisalabad Strawberries are a hybrid of the Rosacea (rose) family. Other members of this family include apples, apricots, and peaches. While popular in the United States, strawberries are thought to have originated in Europe, where the ancient Romans prized the berry for its ornamental value rather than ... Read More »

The President launched the SBP Policy for Persons with Disabilities

The President launched the SBP Policy for Persons with Disabilities

Associated Press Service ISLAMABAD:June 22, 2021 KARACHI: President Dr. Arif Alvi has launched a comprehensive policy of the State Bank of Pakistan to improve the economic autonomy of persons with disabilities (PWDs). The President as a special guest compiled the policy. The policy aims to improve access to banking services and the inclusion of persons with disabilities as bank employees ... Read More »

Utilization of Herbs in Treatment of COVID-19

Utilization of Herbs in Treatment of COVID-19

By Sadia Saeed Student of BS (Food Science and Technology) Govt College Women University Faisalabad Over the most recent couple of many years, the support of homegrown medication has flooded Around 80% of the total populace, large numbers of whom live in agricultural nations, depend on home grown medication as the essential wellspring of medical services because of a few ... Read More »

Vaccine availability is being ensured: Dr. Faisal Sultan

Vaccine availability is being ensured: Dr. Faisal Sultan

Associative Press Service ISLAMABAD, June 16, 2021 Dr. Faisal Sultan, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister for Health, said that there is a shortage of vaccines in some busy centers of the country but we are ensuring additional supply of vaccines. During a media briefing in Islamabad, Dr. Faisal Sultan said, “Twelve million people in the country have received two ... Read More »

Decision to give passing marks to students who fail in elective subjects: Sindh Government

Decision to give passing marks to students who fail in elective subjects: Sindh Government

Associative Press Service ISLAMABAD:june16,2021, The Sindh Education Department has decided to give passing marks to students who fail in the optional subjects in Matric and Inter. A meeting of the steering committee of the education department was held under the chairmanship of Sindh Education Minister Saeed Ghani. The meeting was attended by Education Secretary Ahmad Bakhsh Narejo, Secretary Colleges Syed ... Read More »

New strain of corona virus is more contagious: Pakistan

Associated Press Service ISLAMABAD:June 14, 2021- In the federal capital, 50 percent of eligible residents were partially vaccinated .Research says that the new strain of corona virus is more contagious. Health officials say 15,000 people are being vaccinated daily and hope to achieve the target of 70 to 80 per cent in July. District Health Officer (DHO) Dr. Zaeem Zia ... Read More »

Pakistan’s First Covid-19 Back To School Safety Guide Booklet

Pakistan’s First Covid-19 Back To School Safety Guide Booklet

Associated Press Service KARACHI: May 1, 2021-Pakistan’s First Covid-19 Back To School Safety Guide Booklet has been launched by Peace.Mind.Body® a leading & dominant Pakistan-based company established by Moomal Asif. Peace.Mind.Body aims to provide total-life solutions comprising all aspects of living well, including nutrition, fitness, self-help, and overall lifestyle. Moomal Asif is a certified Fat Loss Consultant, Soft Skills Trainer, ... Read More »

All schools will return to the routine on March 1: Shafqat Mahmood

All schools will return to the routine on March 1: Shafqat Mahmood

ISLAMABAD:(APS) 25 February 2021- Federal Minister for Education Shafqat Mahmood has announced that all schools will return to the routine of 5-day classes  on March 1. In his tweets on Twitter, the education minister announced that all schools will return to the routine of 5-day classes from Monday on March 1. . Read More »

KOMBUCHA TEA FERMENTATION

KOMBUCHA TEA FERMENTATION

  SADIA SAEED GC WOMEN UNIVERSITY MADINA TOWN FAISALABAD Kombucha is the name of the beverage obtained from the fermentation of tea, mainly black tea (there are also other varieties that can be used as a base for its preparation, such as green and oolong tea, also known as blue tea); with added sugar as a substrate for fermentation. Although ... Read More »

OCD AND COVID 19

OCD AND COVID 19

  By: Syeda Ammara Bukhari OCD (Obsessive complexion disorder) is a mental illness. It is composed of two parts: obsession and compulsions. Some people experience obsession and compulsion and some experience both which causes distress among them. Obsessions are unwanted thoughts which causes anxiety. These thoughts can be uncomfortable. Basically obsessions are not thoughts on which a person will focus ... Read More »

Effects of Domestic Violence on Children

Effects of Domestic Violence on Children

  By: Syeda Ale-Rabab Domestic violence can be defined as terrorizing partner abuse, family violence or belabor. The effects/consequences of domestic violence on children play a horribly immense role on the well-being and developmental growth of children.When people think of domestic violence they mostly think of the victim but what you may not realise is that children also experience domestic ... Read More »

Pakistan’s educational system produces “degree-holders, not knowledge holder

Pakistan’s educational system produces “degree-holders, not knowledge holder

Zain Ul Abiden and Habiba Gulzar interni repoters and students of Mass Communication of Sargodha University with Dr. Ishtiaq Ahmed, Vice Chancellor of Sargodha University at Islamabad. Zain Ul Abiden Associated Press Service ISLAMABAD: To fix education system, disconnect should be bridged among teachers, students, administrators, and policy makers. The education system in our country is in dire need of correction. ... Read More »

Sania Inspires Future Generation in  LUMS Graduation Ceremony

Sania Inspires Future Generation in  LUMS Graduation Ceremony

Lahore(APS) July 1, 2019- University of Management Sciences (LUMS) held its 31st Convocation ceremony on Sunday, June 30, 2019. Dr. Sania Nishtar, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Social Protection and Poverty Alleviation, was the chief guest and keynote speaker at the ceremony, which saw a record 1,034 students graduate. The ceremony brought together students along with their parents, ... Read More »

HRCP  Celebrates Universal Children Day

HRCP  Celebrates Universal Children Day

  Associated Press Service ISLAMABAD:Nov 23,2018- While the world observes the Universal Children’s Day, the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) also celebrated it by holding an interactive seminar on the awareness and prevention of child sexual abuse in schools. The aim is to engage with schools, teachers, children and human rights activists on this important theme. The following Speakers ... Read More »

Civil Society Delegation Met Federal Minister of Education 

Civil Society Delegation Met Federal Minister of Education 

Associated Press Service ISLAMABAD: November 19,2018- A delegation of civil society’s representatives met with the Federal Minister of Education and Professional Training, Shafqat Mahmood to share their recommendations to address the issues of Educational Reforms, Status of Education, Existing Laws’ Effective Implementation, Budget Planning, Child Sexual Abuse in Schools, etc. In the meeting with the Minister, child rights activists shared ... Read More »

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