National Education Policy 1998-2010

National Education Policy 1998-2010The policy was announced in March 1998. The first revised draft was submitted to the Council of Ministers on 18 February 1998. The Prime Minister advised the Ministry of Education to develop a new education policy in January 1998.Grade I-VIIIThe Nazi Koran will be introduced as a compulsory component from grade I-VIII. While at the ...

The First, Largest, Longest, Tallest

The First, Largest, Longest and Tallest in PakistanHighest Radio StationThe highest radio station. Gilgit North radio station.Pass higherHighest pass: Muztagh passes in the northern areas, at an altitude of 19,030 feet.Highest train stationThe highest train station: Khan Mehtarazai train station, Balochistan, at an altitude of approximately 2,221 feet.Highest Award Highest civil award: Nishan-e-Pakistan.Civil Award of PakistanHighest military ...

Metallic Minerals in Pakistan

List and Detail Metallic minerals in PakistanCopper and gold: in Reko Diq, in Balochistan, there are deposits of copper and gold. Antofagasta, the company with the Ricoh Dick field, aims at an initial production of 170,000 tons of copper and 300,000 ounces of gold per year. The project can produce more than 350,000 tons of copper and 900,000 ounces ...

Foreign Banks Operating in Pakistan

Foreign Banks in PakistanDeutsche Bank AG is a German multinational investment bank and a financial services company based in Frankfurt, Germany. The bank operates in 58 countries with a strong presence in Europe, America, and Asia. In April 2018. Deutsche Bank became the 15th largest bank in the world in terms of total assets.As the world’s largest ...

Tourist Sites in Pakistan

Tourist sites in PakistanLahore Castle is a castle in the town of Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. The castle is located at the northern end of the walled city of Lahore and covers an area of over 20 hectares. It contains 21 monuments, some of which date back to the reign of Emperor Akbar. Lahore Castle was almost completely rebuilt ...

The population of Pakistan by Religions 2015

Population in Pakistan by Religion 2015Islam is the state religion in Pakistan and about 95-98% of Pakistanis are Muslims. Pakistani Population has the second-largest number of Muslims in the world after Indonesia. Most of them are Sunnis (estimated at between 7595%), with an estimated 5-20% of Shiites. A Pew survey in 2012 showed that 6% of Pakistani Muslims ...

National Holidays in Pakistan

National Holidays in PakistanKashmir DayKashmir Solidarity Day or Kashmir Day is a national holiday in Pakistan and is also celebrated by Kashmir nationalists on 5th February every year. It is a respect for Pakistan’s support and unity with the people of Kashmir run by India, the efforts of nationalists to separate themselves from India and the cashmere that died ...