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Lahore School BBA students with their teacher Javed Qureshi after doing Pakistan Literature class project. More photos by Shahid Salllahuddin in Photo Stream.

posted by S A J Shirazi @ 7/28/2006 10:16:00 AM,

Intra Lahore School Debating Championship 2006 - July 18

Topic for the Third Intra LSE Parliamentary Debate was “ China is a threat for international stability.” Ahmad Iqbal, Khudhija Imam and Muhammad Ali Murtaza proposed the topic whereas Farahan Qasim, Umar Imtiaz and Umair Mustafa argued against. The motion was approved.

posted by S A J Shirazi @ 7/18/2006 03:14:00 PM,

Intra Lahore School Debating Championship 2006

Declamation Session (English and Urdu)
On the first day of the the Third Intra Lahore School Debating Championship, the topics given in declamation contest were:
Serious
  1. Positive Discrimination should be increased.
  2. What’s Past is Prologue.
  3. Nationalism is an infantile disease.
  4. The March of science has gone too far.
  5. The world is in safe hands.
Humorous
  1. I am a genetic disaster.
  2. United States of Pakistan.
  3. A moment is all I am searching for…
  4. Ashes to ashes dust to dust; life is short so party we must.
  5. Divided we stand; United we fall.
Positions are as under:

posted by S A J Shirazi @ 7/17/2006 05:20:00 PM,

Sugar shortage: a game well played by profiteers

The recent sugar crisis has become one of the worst food related scandals in the country’s history. Pakistan was the 10th largest sugar producer in the world during the year 2004-05 and the industry had always been thriving but today the country is importing sugar in order to meet the so called shortage. Why and how did the shortage occur? Is the sugar shortage for real or is it just a game of supply shortages and hoardings? Read the article by Sohaib Shahid, Lahore School BSc student - here.

posted by S A J Shirazi @ 7/17/2006 11:28:00 AM,

Survey Pakistan

The weekly Economist carries an article titled “The trouble with Pakistan” and a ten page special report on Pakistan. This is a critical read (some of the articles are premium content) for students of Economics. Here is the list of contents:

posted by S A J Shirazi @ 7/12/2006 12:28:00 PM,

Elections Association of Debaters

Elections of Lahore School of Economics Association of Debaters (LSEAD) were held during the general meeting of LSEAD members on July 8, 2006. Following were elected:

The elected council has appointed Wass-i-ur-Rehman, B.Sc and Omer Mustafa Masood BBA as executive members of the society.

posted by S A J Shirazi @ 7/09/2006 01:07:00 PM,

Lahore School Annual Debates – 2006

Third Intra LSE Debating Championship 2006 is being held at Lahore School Main Campus on 17-19 July 2006. Interested students can visit Main Campus (F -4) or register by email [debates@lse.edu.pk] and get the details about debating rules and regulations.

posted by S A J Shirazi @ 7/07/2006 10:39:00 AM,

The Tablet PC For Faculty: A Pilot Project

Many recent studies on tablet PCs in higher education have focused on student users. The purpose of the Seton Hall University project described in “The Tablet PC For Faculty: A Pilot Project” was to test and evaluate faculty applications of tablet PCs apropos their contribution to teaching and learning. The report found only a limited number of faculty are interested in using tablet PCs but those that did found it made a positive contribution to the teaching and learning process [Via].

posted by S A J Shirazi @ 7/03/2006 12:46:00 PM,

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