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Impact of Radical Islamisation of Education on Pakistani Society

The postcolonial state of Pakistan, initially demanded because of the fear of the majoritarian oppression in a united India, itself became an oppressive state, which soon started operating on the amnesia of the insecurities that are experienced by minorities in any social formation. That majoritarianism does not necessarily signify democracy is perhaps nowhere more acutely observed than in the post-Independence Pakistan. Right after the death of Quaid-a-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnan, the founder of Pakistan, the religious establishment (which originally opposed the idea of a separate homeland for the Muslims of India) was given a greater say in the affairs of the new state by the then prime minister Liaqat Ali Khan. The roots of radicalism and violence in Pakistan against minorities and those considered ‘lesser Muslims by the radical Islamists date back to March 1949 when the process of constitution making was started. At the behest of the religious establishment, an Objectives Resolution w

Letter to editor about drug addiction in our society

Many students have not knowledge about writing a letter to any person even the graduate students also. Below we are discussing the letter to the editor of any newspaper for defects of drug addiction. Students should follow this method of writing for getting good marks in the examination. Examination Hall, A.B.C. (City). January 11, 2016 The Editor, The Daily Dawn, Karachi. Dear Sir, It is a bitter fact that a huge number of our young generation use narcotics. We can see a large number of heroin-addicts in bazaars, graveyards and public parks. Men, women and even children beg money from people and go straight to the drug-seller and buy the daily dose of heroin. The painful thing is that it is in the knowledge of government machinery. But the mafia is so strong that no one can stop the sale and purchase of such a deadly drug. The smugglers and dealers have a long chain of connections. Their roots are very deep. They have murdered many government officials who tried to oppose them. Th

Essay on Importance of Time (450 Words)

Time is money. It is a treasure and yet we waste it foolishly. We waste it If we take care of meaningless activities thoughtlessly of time, other things will take care of themselves automatically. We all grow in time, live in a time and die in time. But great men and women of the world make the use of time in their best possible way. They know how precious is time. Every minute is valuable for them and so they take good care of it and so leave their footprints. They know that “time and tide wait for none” that “time once lost can never be recovered”. It is really a delusion to think that we can waste time. On the contrary, time is wasting us. Time is all powerful. It is destiny, it is history and civilization. Nothing is beyond time. People want success, happiness, fame etc., but only a few have these because They make the best use of it. Time is they knew the value of time opportunity. If it slips once from our hand, it can never be had again. Time is more precious than money. It is m

Essay on My Hobby is Reading (700 Words)

Hobby is a fruitful work done in spare time. There is no monetary benefit in a hobby. It is pursued only for pleasure. It is based purely on interest and enjoyment and no other consideration. Thus, a hobby is totally different from a profession or occupation. What is a hobby for one may be an occupation for another person? An occupation is a regular work done to earn bread and butter. The number of hobbies is endless. Reading, stamp-collecting, traveling, gardening, photography, music, biography, hunting, playing with children, teaching illiterate adults, playing football etc., are some of the well-known hobbies. Hobbies make life more meaningful and enjoyable. After a day’s hard work and labor, a hobby is so refreshing and interesting. Hobbies prepare us for more hard work the next day. They are a very cheap source of entertainment, enjoyment and meaningful use of leisure time. Short Paragraph on Free Libraries Without a hobby, a person will feel bored and annoyed during his leisure h

Short Essays on Gardening as my Hobby

Gardening as my Hobby (600 Words)  “Gardening brings me to God’s nature, plants, flowers, seeds, vegetables, fruits, on mother Earth.” My hobby is gardening that I enjoy tremendously and like from the heart. I feel naturally attached to the world of Nature. Outdoor life is surely better than our indoor life of modern comforts and luxuries. It is only when the weather is extremely hot or cold that I like to stay indoors. But when the weather is fine and pleasant, I rush out to stay in the open atmosphere and natural surroundings. (That is, in fine weather, I desire to stay outdoors). Gardening keeps us in two worlds at the same time (simultaneously)—the home and nature, that is, the world of our family and its joys and problems and the world of the trees, bushes, plants, and flowers and their charms. There is quite a big garden in our house. I go there early in the morning and work on the plants for an hour. On holidays, I work in the “green world” in the evening too. My work in the gar

Teacher as a Leader in the Classroom Essay

A Teacher – A Real Teacher Touching more lives, affecting the outcome of so many futures a teacher is the epitome of a leader. Just as a leader has his or her own style, their way of motivating their students, also plays an important part in a student’s success. Spending more time with our children then most parents do, a teacher is fundamental in shaping our children. If they are poor leaders our children suffer. When they shine as leaders our children blossom and the universe is wide open to them. As a teacher it is of utmost importance that you tune your leadership skills and find the best style of teaching for the students you are teaching. In finding resources for this paper it was interesting to note that all the information fell under the category of leadership and not teacher qualities. The intrinsic characteristics of a teacher can be categorized into a few main teaching styles or leadership styles. Directing, Participating, Delegating, and Combined styles are the main forms o

A paragraph on My Childhood

I remember, I remember How my childhood fleeted by The mirth of its December, And the warmth of its July. Childhood is the best period of man’s life. It is full of sweet dreams and strange wishes: Its memories always remain with us. It has its problems, but even then it is rose-coloured. Its effect on the later life is always great. A satisfied child usually proves helpful to the society in future. On the other hand, a dissatisfied child becomes a problem for the society. By the grace of Allah Almighty my childhood has been worth remembering. I was born in a village. Our family was quite large. Of seven brothers and sisters my number was the fourth. In a way, I was really sandwiched. It proved a mixed blessing for me. If someone teased me, I also had someone to tease. If someone pleased me, I also had someone to please. We seven brothers and sisters lived like a team. We played so many games together. We had not to depend on the children of other families. Sometimes we had also quarrel

Paragraph on Man Is the Architect of His Own Fortune

This maxim means in plain English that the fortune of a man depends upon his own self; he can make or mar according to as he wishes. In other words, the destiny of a man lies in his own hands, and he can be successful if he only wills it. Man has been sent out to this world by God endowed with all those qualities which are essential for greatness. It is up to man to utilize these qualities. If he puts his whole heart into his work and makes the best use of his talents, he cannot but be succeeded in life. He only courts failure, if he does not do this. A man who possesses a strong will and a firm determination finds all difficulties solved. To him there are a thousand ways open to steer clear of all dangers and difficulties. Such a man goes on working hard, and even if he fails he is never downcast. Failures make him all the more determined and he persists in his task, till he attains the desired success. It is, therefore, the man, who labours hard with a strong resolution and an unshak

Short Paragraph on Knowledge Is Power

Knowledge is information about the various things of the world derived from the study of books, from the observation of men and manners and from carefully watching the different phenomena of Nature. Knowledge is not the same as learning, for all knowledge obtained from experience and observation is quite independent of learning which is derived from study in schools and colleges. Knowledge is not a special gift or property of any particular class. It may belong to the poorest men, just as it may belong to the richest, or an exceptionally wealthy man may be without it, but a very poor man may be its fortunate possessor. No amount of wealth or influence can procure knowledge for anyone ; it is not a thing to be bought in the market. It has to be gained by diligence and labour and anyone who wills may have it. Like wealth or beauty it cannot be destroyed by time ; it will last as mankind will exist. Knowledge places unbounded powers at the disposal of a man. One of the most useful powers

Lesson 1 (Button Button) Short Questions FSc 1st Year English Notes

Level:  F.A / F.Sc Class:  1st Year Board:  Punjab Textbook Board Subject:  English Book I: Short Stories Chapter 1:  Button Button Type:  Short Questions Author:  Richard Matheson Pages:  8 PDF Size:  2 MB [ PDF Download ] This chapter is from the 11th class English book 1 and it has been written by the Richard Matheson. we have presented the important questions of this chapter for the intermediate (part 1) FSc FA first year students. Q: What moral lesson does the story teach? Ans:  This story Criticizes the immoral behavior of the people in the society. It teaches a moral lesson that greed is a Curse. Norma has a greedy nature, so she loses her valuable gift in life. By causing someone’s death, she tries to seek the pleasures of life. The result is that she loses all the charm in her life. She loves her husband very much, but she does not realize that other human beings are also dear to Someone. Q: What was the address written on the carton? Ans:  It was: “Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L

Lesson 2 (Clearing in The Sky) Short Questions 1st Year English

Level:  F.A / F.Sc Class:  1st Year Board:  Punjab Textbook Board Subject:  English Book I: Short Stories Chapter 2:  Clearing in The Sky Type:  Short Questions Author:  Jess Stuart Pages:  7 PDF Size:  2 MB [ PDF Download ] This chapter is from the 11th class English book 1 and it has been written by Jess Stuart. we have presented the important questions of this chapter for the intermediate (part 1) FSc FA first year students. Q: Why did Jess’s father not act upon the doctors’ advice? Ans: Jess’s father was a farmer who took keen interest in his land. He loved his profession. The doctors’ advice would have kept him away from his farm. He could not afford this. So he ignored their advice. Q: Justify the title. Ans: The title “Clearing in the Sky is quite justified. Jess’s father cleared the land at the top of a mountain. This mountain was so high that it looked to be touching the sky. So this was a clearing in the sky. Q: Describe the physical appearance of the old man. Ans: The o

Lesson 3 (Dark They were and Golden-Eyed) Short Questions 1st Year

Level:  F.A / F.Sc Class:  1st Year Board:  Punjab Textbook Board Subject:  English Book I: Short Stories Chapter 3:  Dark They were and Golden-Eyed Type:  Short Questions Author: Ray Bradbury Pages:  8 PDF Size:  2 MB [ PDF Download ] This chapter is from the 11th class English book 1 and it has been written by Ray Bradbury. we have presented the important questions of this chapter for the intermediate (part 1) FSc FA first year students. Q: What did the rocket-men find on Mars? Ans: The rocket-men saw that the American-built town of cottages, peach trees, and theaters was silent. They also saw a weak rocket frame rusting(t f) in an empty shop. Q: Describe the captain’s headquarters. Ans: The captain made his headquarters in an abandoned bar in the old settlement of the Earth people. Q: What report did the lieutenant submit to the captain? Ans: The lieutenant said that the natives were found in the hills. These Martians were the dark people with yellow eyes. They were very friend