Marx’s Theory Of Alienation

The world we live in isfull of contradictions, we have food that we have produced by using modern technology yet there are nations that starve to death. He named this theory as a theory of alienation, in this theory he explained that human behaviors that lie behind impersonal forces basically dominate the society.He explained that... Continue Reading →

The Cataclysm Wave Of Revolution

The wave of French revolution arose somewhere from 1987 to 1989 in various parts of Europe, especially in France, Poland, Dutch republic and Austria. And as a result, it finally broke out in the form of 5th October incident. The French revolution is very important in history because the French were considered one of the... Continue Reading →

Critique on, “What Are Pakistani College Students All About?” by Howard Schweber

Link to the original article The article, “What Are Pakistani College Students All About?” has been written by Howard Schweber. This article appeared first in The Friday Times, Lahore in 2010 .The author wrote this article after his teaching experience at Lahore University of Management Sciences and is mainly based on his observations made during that time. Schweber is an Associate... Continue Reading →

Critique on “Noor Jehan” by Saadat Hassan Manto

Link to the Original Article This text is a translation of ‘Noor Jahan’ from Manto-Nama written by Saadat Hassan Manto. Manto is an Indo-Pak novelist and short story writer, notorious for deviating from conventional writing style and being one of the pioneers in bringing obscenity in formal Urdu writings. In this short essay, the author... Continue Reading →

How Is Technology Revolutionizing Class Environment?

“It’s not that we use technology, we live technology.” (Reggio). The students of the twenty-first century enter in the classrooms as digital experts with an adequate knowledge of the usage of information technology. Modern Technology has replaced many of the traditional modes that people had previously been using since centuries. For instance, email has replaced... Continue Reading →

Towards the Gender Diversification

In the present era, with the rise in technology and science, mankind has entered into a totally new age of research and analysis. More specific and narrowed down studies are emerging in both art and science, research and multi-dimension analytical approaches are heavily practiced and are playing a key role in determining the future of... Continue Reading →

Are universities preparing students for the workforce?

Today’s world, characterized by the fast-paced evolution of information technology, rapid industrialization, and modernization, demands an efficient workforce to ensure the systematic functioning of economies. University and college education is the most integral part of an individual's learning process since exposure to formal education is minimized in subsequent years.Governments allow a significant proportion of the... Continue Reading →

Applications of Behavioral Theories

Theory of Bandura Social Learning Theory Bandura proposed a theory that learning is a process which takes place with the help of cognitions. The social environment and the society plays a major role in the development of an individual. Observations and the instructions from the environment play a major role in behavior learning. Other than... Continue Reading →

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