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He was a great teacher and a remarkable educationist.
Government plans for children as young as four to be taught to write in sentences and use punctuation were ridiculed yesterday by a group of leading authors and educationists.
Educationists made clear that the school risked losing grants from public agencies over which they held sway because of the dean's overt sympathies.
It's worrying if education officials are interpreting it wrongly," CABE member and educationist Vinod Raina said.
By reminding the old incidents and co-relating them with present-day situation, they are trying to arouse people to destroy peace in the country," said S P Singh, an educationist.
KANNADA Sangha Bahrain will host Sambhrama, a cultural festival in honour of visiting educationist, social reformer and philanthropist from Karnataka, Dr Veerendra Heggade.
PESHAWAR -- The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Governor Sardar Mahtab Ahmad Khan Sunday expressed his deep condolence over the sad demise of a prominent educationist, poet and writer, ExSecretary of the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Swat, Professor Unwanuddin Kakakhel who was laid to rest at Mardan the other day.
Noted educationist and member of National Knowledge Commission, Dr.
Walter Harriet, British educationist and an expert on innovation and research at the Cambridge University and a representative of British Council Pakistan also spoke on the occasion.
Addressing the inaugural ceremony of comrade Taj Mohammad's Book Corner in the research library of the Institute of Sindhology University of Sindh Jamshoro on Tuesday, they said that he was not only a great writer but was an equally great intellectual, educationist and judge.
Commissioner Benazirabad Ghulam Mustafa Phull, DC Tahir Hussain Sangi, VC Benazir Bhutto University Arshad Saleem, educationist S.
Opinions on the move appeared to be divided, but everyone present agreed on one point: The system needed a change, and as Stephen Rudolph, the American educationist who now calls Faridabad his home, put it bluntly, " nobody likes change".

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