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On 25 December PAKGAA & ATDC-Pakistan are going to organize one day event named The Farm! Dine in Nature.Agri-Fields of sarsoo (Golden Musturd Colours Field)Organic and desi foods serving with manners in sarsoo fields Pick your own vegetables , Rose garden, Fruit orchards and lot of farms fun for families.

The Location Advantage is a free, instructor-led massive open online course (MOOC) that will be offered by Esri for the first time on May 12th in 2015. The course lasts six weeks and requires two to three hours of study per week.PAKGAA will provide you complete back up.


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Govt College Rawalpindi

It all started even before the birth of Pakistan.The year was 1904 when a high school was established in Rawalpindi bearing the name of the renowned Hindu sect SANA'-TUN-DHARAM.

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Future of Research Universities

The AAG Newsletter asked AAG past President Ken Foote (University of Colorado, Boulder) to comment on the report from his perspective as someone who has been following these debates closely

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Punjab University

Established in 1882 at Lahore, the University of the Punjab is the largest and the oldest seat of higher learning in Pakistan. It was the first to be established

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University of Karchi

The Department of Geography is one of the premier departments of University of Karachi, established in November 1952. Internationally recognized geographers and teachers including the young

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University of Peshawar

The Department of Geography, one of the oldest Departments of the University of Peshawar, was founded in 1956 through the efforts of Prof. Mohammed Ashraf Khan Durrani. Since its establishment

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Sindh university

The Faculty of Natural Sciences is one of the two oldest Faculties, established in 1953, starting with Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics departments with addition of Botany (1954), Zoology and Geography

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