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Transformation in a political system regarding number of parties is a significant phenomenon which creates ample grounds for scholarly discourse. The Pakistani political system witnessed a change in the party politics where it transformed from a two-party system to a three-party system in a relatively short time period.
- The Novel Changes in Pakistan’s Party Politics: Analysis of Causes and Impacts
- Universities will never be the same after the coronavirus crisis
- ہم آپ کی کیسے مدد کر سکتے ہیں؟
Bureaucracy , specific form of organization defined by complexity, division of labour, permanence, professional management, hierarchical coordination and control, strict chain of command, and legal authority. It is distinguished from informal and collegial organizations. In its ideal form, bureaucracy is impersonal and rational and based on rules rather than ties of kinship, friendship, or patrimonial or charismatic authority. Bureaucratic organization can be found in both public and private institutions. The foremost theorist of bureaucracy is the German sociologist Max Weber — , who described the ideal characteristics of bureaucracies and offered an explanation for the historical emergence of bureaucratic institutions.
The notice went out on 6 March, a Friday afternoon. Instructors scrambled to set up remote learning options for more than 40, students. Similar scenes have played out at other universities around the world. Lecture halls remain silent, laboratories sit idle or operate with minimal staff and administrators grapple with how to safely resume in-person classes. The coronavirus crisis is forcing universities to confront long-standing challenges in higher education, such as skyrocketing tuition costs and perceptions of elitism — and some of the resulting changes could be permanent.
Over the long term, universities might shift many classes online a trend already under way , have fewer international students and even refashion themselves to be more relevant to local and national communities — both to solve pressing problems and to prove their worth at a time when experts and public institutions are coming under increased criticism.
As universities face major changes, their financial outlook is becoming dire. Revenues are plummeting as students particularly international ones remain home or rethink future plans, and endowment funds implode as stock markets drop. Like most institutions, the University of Oxford has been unusually quiet since the pandemic spread around the world. The universities that are likely to fare best are those that are rich and powerful.
But even those face challenges. More broadly, many institutions are learning the hard way that simply delivering course materials through digital platforms is not the best way to teach students. Sarma hopes that when universities resume in-person classes, the experience will be radically different — with instructors distributing video lectures early, and focusing in-person time on interacting with students to ensure that they understand the concepts being taught.
Some educators expect the pandemic will lead to more and better online teaching than before — in both wealthy countries and those with lower incomes. But the commission has been working to standardize online teaching and to get telecommunication companies to offer students cheaper mobile-broadband packages. In low- or middle-income countries such as Pakistan, the coronavirus pandemic could force universities to accelerate long-term plans to improve the quality and relevance of their teaching.
All institutions are facing major financial problems, however. Wealthy private US universities, such as Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, expect to lose hundreds of millions of dollars in the next fiscal year.
And Australian universities could shed up to 21, full-time jobs this year, including 7, in research, a government report said in May. The Technical University of Munich in Germany cancelled in-person classes, and students there are now learning remotely.
One of the biggest problems will be the drop in revenue from international students. The losses will be concentrated at research-intensive universities such as the University of Sydney, he says, because income from international students often subsidizes research. The financial shortfall faced by universities around the world might mean that some, especially the smaller ones, will close permanently, says Jenny J. Lee, a higher-education researcher at the University of Arizona in Tucson.
Others might merge. The programme, which has been developed and expanded over the past few years, pairs the university with an institution abroad so that students can take online classes from Arizona and have a local faculty mentor to meet with in-person.
Even after the immediate financial crisis passes, the economic outlook could remain bleak. Some researchers say that this might drive universities and funding agencies to focus on research projects and infrastructure that are most relevant to national interests in a post-pandemic world. And the pandemic might help universities push back against the notion that they are elitist and irrelevant to society, a view that populist parties have advanced in the Netherlands, Italy, Spain and elsewhere.
Universities in many countries, for example, have led the hunt for ways to treat or prevent COVID Still, Hillman worries that the pandemic might increase disparities between universities if governments route funding into research powerhouses, such as the University of Oxford.
Despite the changes afoot, van der Zwaan doubts that the pandemic will spell the end for most universities. He has been looking into what happened after the Black Death, the fourteenth-century epidemic of bubonic plague that destroyed many aspects of society. Of the roughly 30 universities that existed in Europe at the time, 5 were wiped out. An essential round-up of science news, opinion and analysis, delivered to your inbox every weekday.
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The Novel Changes in Pakistan’s Party Politics: Analysis of Causes and Impacts
Pakistan continues to face multiple sources of internal and external conflict. While incidences of domestic terrorism have reduced, in part due to measures taken by the Pakistani state, extremism and intolerance of diversity has grown. There is some recognition by the state that instead of merely kinetic responses holistic counterterrorism policies are needed to counteract this trend. The inability of state institutions to reliably provide peaceful ways to resolve grievances has encouraged groups to seek violence as a legitimate alternative. While peaceful political transitions occurred in both and , the country is still facing mounting debt crisis and a perennial trade imbalance on the economic front. The U.
This is an abridged version of a detailed paper written by the author in The paper has been frequently used by various western and local academics as a reference tool to trace the history and evolution of student politics in Pakistan. Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, whose rise as a popular leader and politician in was first galvanised by college and university students, once said that though he was aware of the role these students had played in his initial rise, he would not want his party the Pakistan Peoples Party to be directly associated with any of the student organisations that were at the forefront of turning the PPP into a powerful oppositional force against the Ayub Khan dictatorship. He said this when some of his colleagues in the PPP suggested that the party should get on board those factions of the left-wing National Students Federation NSF that had been campaigning and agitating against the Ayub regime during the students movement in Pakistan. Bhutto was of the view that student politics was a highly mutable and volatile creature because political student groups were vulnerable to sudden changes that could unexpectedly transform them from being friends to becoming foes in a short span of time. He was right.
Universities will never be the same after the coronavirus crisis
Pakistan's short history as a country has been very turbulent. Fighting among the provinces--as well as a deep-rooted conflict that led to a nuclear stand-off with India—prevented Pakistan from gaining real stability in the last five decades. It oscillates between military rule and democratically elected governments, between secular policies and financial backing as a "frontline" state during the Cold War and the war against terrorism. Recent declared states of emergency and the political assassination of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto indicate a continuing trend of economic and political instability.
This is an abridged version of a detailed paper written by the author in The paper has been frequently used by various western and local academics as a reference tool to trace the history and evolution of student politics in Pakistan. Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, whose rise as a popular leader and politician in was first galvanised by college and university students, once said that though he was aware of the role these students had played in his initial rise, he would not want his party the Pakistan Peoples Party to be directly associated with any of the student organisations that were at the forefront of turning the PPP into a powerful oppositional force against the Ayub Khan dictatorship. He said this when some of his colleagues in the PPP suggested that the party should get on board those factions of the left-wing National Students Federation NSF that had been campaigning and agitating against the Ayub regime during the students movement in Pakistan.
ہم آپ کی کیسے مدد کر سکتے ہیں؟
The Taliban is a predominantly Pashtun, Islamic fundamentalist group that ruled Afghanistan from until , when a U. The Taliban regrouped across the border in Pakistan and has led an insurgency against the U. In , the Taliban signed a peace agreement with the United States and entered into power-sharing negotiations with the Afghan government.
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Смотрите, на что он нацелен.