“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 cn be viewed here.
Here is General Secretary, Dr. Sabieh Anwar's speech at the Prime Minister House at the occasion of the launch ceremony of Volume I. The speech spells out a charter for practical science education.
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The first KSS Annual dinner took place in Physics Department, Government College University Lahore on August 1, 2005. Preceding the dinner, the activities, theme, charter, scope and future vision of the KSS was summed up by the Joint Secretary, Muhammad Sabieh Anwar. The review was followed by a lively question and answer session mediated by the Vice President, Dr. Hassan Shah. A lively discsussion ensued. The participants included Dr. Ghazanfar Munir, Dr. Ghulam Murtaza, Dr. Azam Sheikh, Dr. Ijaz Ghauri, Dr. Noor Sheikh, Sami-uz-Zafar and Rehan Anwar. The session was presided by Dr. Abdullah Sadiq, Rector Ghulam Ishaque Khan University of Engineering Sciences and Technology, Topi, NWFP. The President of the KSS, Dr. Saadat Anwar Siddiqi gave a vote of thanks and summed up the evening. Nazir Musical Society, GCU Lahore members then enthused the participants with their classical singing. Finally, there was the dinner. The KSS expanded its Membership on the occasion on sought new ways for improving its activities and outlook in the future. The dinner was attended by about 70 students, scientists and professionals.