|Powering Pakistan through Maths and Science Education
Report Launch by Pakistan Alliance for Maths and Science
Sponsors and Collaborators:
Physlab, Lahore University of Management Sciences
Registration: Registration is required.
Date: March 10, 2017
Time: 03:00 pm to 05:00 pm
Venue: 9-B2, Basement, Syed Babar Ali School of Science and Engineering, Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS), Opposite Sector U,DHA Lahore 54792
“Powering Pakistan for the 21st Century” is a three-volume document prepared by the Pakistan Alliance for Maths and Science (PAMS) in collaboration with partners including the Khwarizmi Science Society.
The third volume is titled “A Roadmap for Maths and Science Education”. The purpose of this report is to highlight the importance of maths and science education in Pakistan’s classrooms, especially those in government schools, where the least privileged of the country’s children study.
In the third volume, a series of ideas and recommendations will be presented that can help Pakistan, as a state and as a society, re-orient public policy and private investment decisions, to serve a more prosperous future. This report will be launched on Friday in collaboration with Khwarizmi Science Society and will be hosted by Lahore University of Management Sciences.
The location of the event can be viewed here
Resource Persons:Supplementary Documents: Program of the Report Launch Volume III Volume I: How Maths and Science Power Nations Volume II: State of Maths and Science Education in Schools
Dr. Muhammad Nizamuddin
Chairman - Punjab Higher Education Commission
Dr. Saadat Anwar Siddiqi
President - Khwarizmi Science Society
Pakistan Maths and Science Alliance
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