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KU conference highlights problems in Pakistani political culture

KU conference highlights problems in Pakistani political culture

KU conference highlights problems in Pakistani political culture

KU conference highlights problems in Pakistani political culture

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KARACHI: Everyone is aware of the problems of the Pakistani political system and culture, and there is a need for civil society to come forward and help the government in making a comprehensive policy on the country’s problems. The universities should also engage in this process to get better results.

Pakistan is a multicultural economy with a lot of diversity but unfortunately, we are not rectifying our old mistakes and this is one of the major causes of our problems. Our political system is weak because our social system has not been strengthened during the last seven decades and we also lack in maintaining social and moral values. We can overcome these problems by filling the deficiency with devotion and dedication.

These views were expressed by the Chairman of the Sindh Higher Education Commission Prof Dr S.M. Tariq Rafi (TI) during the inaugural session of the first day of the two-day-long international conference on the transformation of ideas in Pakistan’s political culture.

The event was jointly organized by the Department of Political Science of the University of Karachi and the Institute of Business Management at the KU Chinese Teachers Memorial Auditorium.

He said that universities are hubs of enhancing the skills, learning process, and mindsets of youngsters and they, directly and indirectly, learn a lot from their faculty members, that’s why it is very important that our teachers should make themselves available to students to listen to their problems and try their best to solve it, besides teaching them in a best possible way.

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Chairman Sindh HEC Prof Dr Tariq Rafi, who was the chief guest of the conference, expressed that our universities should also initiate intra-province exchange programs for the students so that they can learn from the experiences of students and faculty of other provinces as well.

He shared that it was good to see that a leading public-sector university and a prominent private-sector university have joined hands and shared information among the masses.

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Another speaker, a Professor of History and International Relations at the Washington Center for Internship Academic Seminars in Washington DC Dr Arshad Syed Karim said that Pakistani civilian and military bureaucracy is very strong in the country and their influence is quite visible in decision-making in every public sector offices and body.

 

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