Prof Dr Muhammad Nizamuddin

  • A landmark document, titled Pakistan in the 21st century: Vision 2030, envisages a “developed, industrialised, just and prosperous Pakistan through rapid and sustainable development in a resource constrained economy by developing knowledge inputs.” The opening paragraph of Vision 2030 ...

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  • These days, there is a lot of talk about the autonomy of the Higher Education Commission (HEC), universities and other academic institutions. The concept of autonomy seems to be invoked in any issue in which the government side differs from the academic side. But autonomy comes with responsibility, ...

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  • The higher education institutions spur human resource skills-enrichment that, in turn, builds the capacity to compete in a globalised world in which the knowledge economy reigns supreme. Prosperity or poverty, ascendance or decline depends on the intellectual base of a nation. The institutions of ...

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