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Top 3 design bloggers to follow for inspiration:
Art and Design

Top 3 design bloggers to follow for inspiration:

  • Posted on: 30 December 2020

Art is one of the most popular cultures to express yourself. It helps you to detangle the unsolved knots in your head. It delivers your feelings as well as it goes about as a representative of your cultural values. Art is free of boundaries and limitations. It is a medium which evokes the emotion of nostalgia in the spectators’ eye. It's sad how art is not considered as an essential course with other disciplines. Although art was introduced when writing wasn't; be it the dark ages or the stone age itself.

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Why are Internships important?
Education

Why are Internships important?

  • Posted on: 30 December 2020

Education is something that serves as a core and code of an individual's career. It fills up the space that you comprehend for the establishment of your personality and profession. Along with the attachment of education to the tree of success, the branch of experience is a must to bear a fruitful career. So, how to gain both at the same time? The answer to that question is “Internships''. You choose whether you want to earn within the race of mediocre or run your own business. Internships can rather be paid or unpaid at times, but either of them will fill up the bucket of knowledge and experience equally because it’s you, who decides whether they want it or not. Internships serve as the practical representation of the theoretical phase of your selected career while you are still learning compassion. Working as an internee with renowned companies unlocks greater opportunities for an intern in the future. Studies show that around 65% of the companies hire their interns as their professionals later. Internships are important as they provide you with the clear image of a fictional imaginary that you have built regarding your chosen field and profession. Internships help to outbreaks the realities of the practical world.

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How to Get Through Anxiety During Covid-19 Pandemic
Health Sciences

How to Get Through Anxiety During Covid-19 Pandemic

  • Posted on: 30 December 2020

There is no denying to the fact that 2020 has been the roughest of the years for most of us. Juggling through a pandemic is not an easy thing. We have all been the victims of unnerving circumstances and everybody has been reacting to them differently. But one of the most common responses to Covid-19 is anxiety response. If you have been experiencing symptoms like nervousness, lethargy, cognitive decline, overthinking, and other physiological responses such as racing heartbeat, shivering, excessive sweating, etc., there is a chance that you are going through anxiety. We are all familiar with grounding techniques, meditative exercises, and affirmative practices. Let’s see what other small, daily-life changes we can make to cope with anxiety during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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“HEALTH IS WEALTH. HERE IS HOW”
Clinical Psychology

“HEALTH IS WEALTH. HERE IS HOW”

  • Posted on: 30 December 2020

The research indicates that felicitous mental health has an overall impact on a wealthy lifestyle. Whenever the word "Health" is accustomed, people perceive it as the overall physical well-being of a person, but mental health is often neglected. A healthy mind is a door to a happy life. So let's make a sense of the whole connectivity of mental health with wealth.

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Top five must-read classics of all times
English Language and Linguistics

Top five must-read classics of all times

  • Posted on: 30 December 2020

Literature never ceases to fascinate its lovers with its diversity in limitless categories. If you are such a patron of literature and want to utilize your spare time in something worth it, reading is the best option. You may go for anything of your choice. Most of us may not be a fan of history that makes reading dry, at least I can’t keep up with the traditional historical readings. So, I go for the classics! The best thing about classics is that it never fails to be relevant, no matter what era you’re living in. The universality of the classics stands out as its most interesting feature. You might be thinking about what could relate to the current pandemic situation that has stressed the world out. Well, we have had lots of pandemics in the past as well and depicted in the classics as well! So, here are the top five must-read classics of all times:

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A day in the life of my pet
Life at UMT

A day in the life of my pet

  • Posted on: 16 December 2020

Bellaaaaa … This is normally the first word out of my mouth when I wake up, wait do you think he is the first one I want to see when I wake up? No, there is no such thing. The reason I call out his name is that he is responsible for waking me up almost every morning by either jumping on my back or nibbling on my toes with his pointed teeth so I may wake up and feed him. So mostly his and my day starts together.

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How to get through University Lockdown 2.0
Education

How to get through University Lockdown 2.0

  • Posted on: 16 December 2020

’Before’ we walked around the house for entertainment. ‘Before’ we opened and closed the fridge door because of boredom. ‘BEFORE’ we slept at 5am and woke up at 3pm. ‘BEFORE’ we were stuck in this endless cycle.

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Top 5 Anime pick that can totally change the way you think about Anime
Art and Design

Top 5 Anime pick that can totally change the way you think about Anime

  • Posted on: 16 December 2020

There is a common notion that anime are 'cartoons'. NO! THEY ARE NOT. They are meant for any audience, have lessons and tackle many social issues unlike cartoons which are mostly for kids. There is another common misconception that anime has sexual visuals but that’s not it! not every anime has that! There are many amazing classic anime that can change the way you think about them! Here are some anime which I would suggest you watch as a beginner.

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How to tackle your food cravings during lectures?
Life at UMT

How to tackle your food cravings during lectures?

  • Posted on: 16 December 2020

Getting over food cravings is probably the hardest thing to do for a foodie! Food is life, food is therapy. But of course, you cannot be eating all the time; I mean you can, but you should not be! Think about when you crave your favorite meals the most. I do it somewhere in the middle of my lectures! There’s no wonder that we all zone out of our classrooms and find ourselves indulged in a different scene. And when you successfully zone out of the lecture completely, you suddenly feel hungry! Many of us can be hungry all the time. Frequent hunger pangs are not necessarily related to overeating and weight gain. Some of us may have a fast metabolism as we have different lifestyles. But let’s not forget the fact that imagining the first bite of a cheesy pizza slice finding its way right into your mouth is heavenly!!

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My Top Five Favourite Books of all time:
English Language and Linguistics

My Top Five Favourite Books of all time:

  • Posted on: 16 December 2020

Literature continuously makes a person to step back in time and get knowledge about the entire life on earth. Without literature your life is just like hell and you are living for no use. If I talk about books, they are a prodigious foundation of literature achievement. I would appreciate books by saying that “A book is a hidden treasure, to preach the gold and diamonds (expensive words in books) you have to investigate through paths (entire book)”. Your book shelf must slide down with the power of knowledge in the books you keep, so choose brands not its duplicate.

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How to survive university life?
Life at UMT

How to survive university life?

  • Posted on: 30 November 2020

My destiny has brought me here in this university just like all of you. Not a bad deal! Well, for me, University life has been a pretty new experience. This is for the first time maybe that I have been exposed to such national level diversity in my classroom. Sometimes it fascinates me but most of the time it keeps popping in my head that studying with jokers and clowns in my classroom doesn’t mean that I maybe one of them… Just Kidding. If you truly want to survive this university life, here are few tips that would be helpful for you:

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How is life of a BBIS Student in COVID-19
Life at UMT

How is life of a BBIS Student in COVID-19

  • Posted on: 30 November 2020

If you are here to read about what a conventional life in university is like, then you may be wrong. This is 2020 and a whole new university life perspective has emerged. The days are over when we used to get up early with groggy eyes and rush to university for early morning classes. Surprisingly, the technology-oriented future which we used to fantasize about a couple of years back is now knocking on the door. Now forget about the mandatory campus presence; the classroom is just one click away.

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Five things you learn about yourself in university (1)
Life at UMT

Five things you learn about yourself in university (1)

  • Posted on: 06 May 2020

In this blog the writer is discussing self-discovery and the daunting university life.

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Five things that you need to do to survive university life (3)
Life at UMT

Five things that you need to do to survive university life (3)

  • Posted on: 06 May 2020

In this blog the writer is sharing some viable tricks to survive the challenging university life.

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TEN THINGS I LIKE ABOUT MY DEPARTMENT:
Life at UMT

TEN THINGS I LIKE ABOUT MY DEPARTMENT:

  • Posted on: 06 May 2020

In this blog, the writer is sharing some of the reasons behind choosing the engineering department in UMT.

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Five things that you need to do to survive university life (2)
Life at UMT

Five things that you need to do to survive university life (2)

  • Posted on: 06 May 2020

In this blog, the writer through her spontaneous wit is advising fresher’s to prepare themselves for the overwhelming university life.

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Five things that you need to do to survive university life (1)
Life at UMT

Five things that you need to do to survive university life (1)

  • Posted on: 06 May 2020

In this blog, the writer is sharing the top five hacks that can help you survive your university life like a pro.

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Five things that you need to do to survive university life
Life at UMT

Five things that you need to do to survive university life

  • Posted on: 06 May 2020

In this blog, the writer is sharing glimpses of her educational experience at UMT

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What makes UMT my first choice?
Life at UMT

What makes UMT my first choice?

  • Posted on: 06 May 2020

This blog is a reflection of writer’s hunt for the best university in town

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10 THINGS I LIKE ABOUT UMT (Serious)
Life at UMT

10 THINGS I LIKE ABOUT UMT (Serious)

  • Posted on: 06 May 2020

In this blog, the writer is sharing why she is content being at UMT and what makes this place special for her.

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Five things you learn about yourself in university
Life at UMT

Five things you learn about yourself in university

  • Posted on: 06 May 2020

In this blog, the writer is sharing her university experience and how it changed her completely.

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Ten things I like about my school/department
Life at UMT

Ten things I like about my school/department

  • Posted on: 05 May 2020

In this blog, the writer is sharing the top ten characteristics that makes his department different from others at UMT

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Rules of Wisdom
Psychology

Rules of Wisdom

  • Posted on: 24 September 2019

The blog explains the meaning of the word and discusses the few rules of wisdom. It tells readers how it handle difficult situations in life. What do we mean when we use the word wisdom? What are we implying when we say that someone is wise? We can easily label someone as smart, clever, intelligent. Why wise? Wisdom is extremely difficult to define as it incorporates so much. Wisdom can be explained as a profound understanding of people, an ability to think rationally while using knowledge, experience and common sense. Wisdom often requires control of one’s emotional reactions and is associated with characteristics such as unbiased and unprejudiced judgment. Reason, knowledge, and universal and general laws prevail to determine one’s actions than emotions. Wisdom comes through age, experience, knowledge and application. A person gets much wiser with age because of the ups and downs of life, successes and failures mellow a person. So what are the golden rules of wisdom?

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Finance and Accounting
Finance/Accounting

Finance and Accounting

  • Posted on: 24 September 2019

The article discusses the key features and foundation of the Islamic Finance and Banking System across the world. It also shares the progress of Islamic banking in Pakistan. Islamic banking or finance is known as non-interest banking or sharia-complaint finance which refers to a banking system based on the principles of Islamic Law and guided by Islamic Economics. The two main principles of Islamic Banking based on the sharing of profit and loss and prevent the collection and payment of interest by lenders and investors.

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Ecosystem
Social Sciences

Ecosystem

  • Posted on: 27 August 2019

The blog discusses the causes of the destruction of ecosystem.

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Generation Gap
Social Sciences

Generation Gap

  • Posted on: 27 August 2019

The blog discusses the difference between young and old generations.

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Importance of Time management
Social Sciences

Importance of Time management

  • Posted on: 19 August 2019

The blog discusses about the importance of time management.

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Pros and Cons of Newspapers
Social Sciences

Pros and Cons of Newspapers

  • Posted on: 19 August 2019

The blog discusses the pros and cons of newspaper.

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Hard Skills VS Soft Skills
Social Sciences

Hard Skills VS Soft Skills

  • Posted on: 19 August 2019

The blog discusses about the hard and soft skills of an individual.

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Things Highly Intuitive People Do Differently
Psychology

Things Highly Intuitive People Do Differently

  • Posted on: 03 July 2019

The blog discusses the things the intuitive people do differently and how a person can keep in touch with their intuitive side.

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Importance of Studying Business and Law
Education

Importance of Studying Business and Law

  • Posted on: 03 July 2019

The blog discusses why a combination of studying business studies and law is essential for success in the world that we live in.

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Women in Leadership: Breaking through the Glass Ceiling
Management/Business Studies

Women in Leadership: Breaking through the Glass Ceiling

  • Posted on: 02 July 2019

The writer focuses on the impact of women leaders in the corporate world and what needs to be done to encourage more women to reach positions that lead to decision making roles.

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Education – A Fundamental Human Right
Education

Education – A Fundamental Human Right

  • Posted on: 19 June 2019

The blog explains how education enlightens the minds and leads to a progressive and productive society

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Implementation of Intellectual Property Laws in Pakistan
Law

Implementation of Intellectual Property Laws in Pakistan

  • Posted on: 13 June 2019

The author highlights the importance of Intellectual Property Laws in the light of factual steps taken for their implementation in Pakistan and points out why it is essential to protect Intellectual Property in Pakistan.

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Cell Phone Addiction in Society
Social Sciences

Cell Phone Addiction in Society

  • Posted on: 14 June 2019

This blog discusses impacts of excessive use of mobile phones on society and how this is increasing isolation among families. It highlights the present and emerging social issues due to addiction to mobile phones.

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English versus Urdu: Which Way to Go?
Education

English versus Urdu: Which Way to Go?

  • Posted on: 26 May 2019

The writer addresses language disparities existing in our society and highlight their role in our educational institutions from a historical perspective.

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A few Tips for Productive Study
Education

A few Tips for Productive Study

  • Posted on: 25 May 2019

The blog discusses some study tips that will help a student to get the most out of their study time.

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5 Things to Know Before Going for a Media Degree
Media and Communications/journalism

5 Things to Know Before Going for a Media Degree

  • Posted on: 24 May 2019

The blog discusses the importance of knowing the basics before opting for a media degree.

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Simple Ways to Improve Health and Well-Being
Health Sciences

Simple Ways to Improve Health and Well-Being

  • Posted on: 18 May 2019

The blog discusses simple lifestyle changes that can improve physical and mental health.

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Imparting Valuable Learning through Inclusive Education
Education

Imparting Valuable Learning through Inclusive Education

  • Posted on: 17 May 2019

The blog emphasizes the need of introducing inclusive education in the country and efforts made to make it a part of mainstream education.

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Celebrating the Joys of Spring
Life at UMT

Celebrating the Joys of Spring

  • Posted on: 16 May 2019

The blog highlights the spirit of colorful festivity manifested through theJashn-e-Baharan Festival held in Lahore.

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The Pros and Cons of Home Assignments
Education

The Pros and Cons of Home Assignments

  • Posted on: 10 May 2019

The blog discusses the advantages and disadvantages of homework assignments is schools and whether they help them in later life.

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How Hobbies Keep the Mind Active
Psychology

How Hobbies Keep the Mind Active

  • Posted on: 10 May 2019

The blog discusses the importance of having hobbies for the well-being of the human mind and spirit.

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Drug addiction - a Silent Killer Obscuring the Future of Youngsters in Pakistan
Psychology

Drug addiction - a Silent Killer Obscuring the Future of Youngsters in Pakistan

  • Posted on: 10 May 2019

The writer discusses the need to take the issue of drug abuse seriously and calls for concerted efforts of family, society and the government to tackle this growing menace.

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Things to Keep in Mind before Entering Professional Life
Media and Communications/journalism

Things to Keep in Mind before Entering Professional Life

  • Posted on: 03 May 2019

The blog explores the realities of working in the competitive media industry and the challenges faced by new entrants.

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Saving is Everybody’s Responsibility
Social Sciences

Saving is Everybody’s Responsibility

  • Posted on: 03 May 2019

The blog discusses the importance of water for sustaining life and ways to conserve it so that the devastating consequences of water shortage can be averted.

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Local Languages of Pakistan on the Verge of Extinction
English Language and Linguistics

Local Languages of Pakistan on the Verge of Extinction

  • Posted on: 03 May 2019

The writer explores the linguistic richness of Pakistani languages and laments the loss of affinity with the great cultural heritage associated with our local languages.

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Embracing the Sense of Belongingness
Life at UMT

Embracing the Sense of Belongingness

  • Posted on: 02 May 2019

UMT student shares fond memories of academic struggles and lifelong friendships.

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Celebrating Pakistan Day with Commitment
Life at UMT

Celebrating Pakistan Day with Commitment

  • Posted on: 30 April 2019

The writer talks about her personal experience and celebrations related to Pakistan Day.

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Major Innovations of the 21st Century
Social Sciences

Major Innovations of the 21st Century

  • Posted on: 29 April 2019

The blog discusses the impact of major inventions and innovation of the 21st century.

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How Social Media Impacts Our Lives
Social Sciences

How Social Media Impacts Our Lives

  • Posted on: 27 April 2019

The blog discusses the pros and cons of using social media platforms.

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Morning Shows Targeting Reputes
Media and Communications/journalism

Morning Shows Targeting Reputes

  • Posted on: 25 April 2019

The writer talks about the morning show culture inculcating ‘deliberate’ conflicts and trashing reputes.

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The Dilemmas of Being a Social Scientist
Social Sciences

The Dilemmas of Being a Social Scientist

  • Posted on: 25 April 2019

The article highlights the negative perception prevailing in our society towards social sciences and emphasizes the role of social scientists in shaping our society.

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Critical Thinking
Social Sciences

Critical Thinking

  • Posted on: 23 April 2019

The blog explores the important part critical thinking plays in a person’s life and how one can improve critical thinking skills.

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Understanding Gender Equality
Law

Understanding Gender Equality

  • Posted on: 16 April 2019

The blog takes a critical look at the foundations of gender inequality and explains how it impacts societies and economic growth.

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Celebrating the Achievements of Women
Social Sciences

Celebrating the Achievements of Women

  • Posted on: 25 March 2019

The blog discusses women should be a central feature of every country’s efforts because an educated, audacious, and skilled female population means an educated, accomplished and brave society.

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Why Hate Rules the Airwaves
Media and Communications/journalism

Why Hate Rules the Airwaves

  • Posted on: 14 March 2019

The blog tries explore why it is so easy to scapegoat Muslims as the bad guys and the role of the media is perpetuating this myth.

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Exploring the Real Melodies at UMT
Life at UMT

Exploring the Real Melodies at UMT

  • Posted on: 27 March 2019

The writer shares his musical adventures as he got enrolled in UMT Symphony Club.

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Sharing and Caring for the Right Roommate
Life at UMT

Sharing and Caring for the Right Roommate

  • Posted on: 19 March 2019

The blog highlights the learning experiences of students living in UMT Hostel.

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Balancing Study and Play
Life at UMT

Balancing Study and Play

  • Posted on: 26 February 2019

The blog discusses student’s passion for kick boxing and academic struggles as an engineering student.

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Why Anger Management is Essential for Student Success
Psychology

Why Anger Management is Essential for Student Success

  • Posted on: 28 February 2019

The blog explores the pitfalls associated with not managing your anger and suggests ways to overcome anger when it borders on aggression.

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Pitfalls Awaiting Aspiring Pakistani Girl Lawyers
Law

Pitfalls Awaiting Aspiring Pakistani Girl Lawyers

  • Posted on: 16 March 2019

The writer shares her perspective on the difficulties faced by woman lawyers while making their mark in a male dominated profession.

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Labor Laws
Law

Labor Laws

  • Posted on: 28 February 2019

The blog discusses the rising need of adhering to labor law regulations and the efforts by civil society, government and academia to promote labor rights.

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How to Improve Your Mental Health
Psychology

How to Improve Your Mental Health

  • Posted on: 18 March 2019

The writer discusses the importance of mental health and how we can improve it by making simple lifestyle adjustments.

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Reasons to get into teaching
Education

Reasons to get into teaching

  • Posted on: 18 March 2019

Teachers are the pivot of a civilized society; they mentor the future generations and leave their mark for posterity. That is why the teaching profession is one of the most respected the world over.

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Life that Found Meaning at UMT
Life at UMT

Life that Found Meaning at UMT

  • Posted on: 27 February 2019

The blog highlights the role of Social Welfare Society (SWS) in shaping a student’s life on personal and professional fronts.

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A Dire Need of Our Times
Clinical Psychology

A Dire Need of Our Times

  • Posted on: 19 February 2019

The blog highlights the need of school counselling in public and private institutions of Pakistan.

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The Media Echoes
Media and Communications/journalism

The Media Echoes

  • Posted on: 13 February 2019

The writer shares her success story in the light of academic experiences taught at UMT.

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Drug Addiction on Rise in Academic Institutions of Pakistan
Social Sciences

Drug Addiction on Rise in Academic Institutions of Pakistan

  • Posted on: 06 February 2019

The blog discusses the rise of drug abuse in educational institutions of Pakistan, highlights various efforts and suggests solutions to curb this menace.

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Child Marriage: A Curse to Last for a Lifetime
Sociology

Child Marriage: A Curse to Last for a Lifetime

  • Posted on: 29 March 2019

The blog raises awareness on the issue of child marriage in the light of case studies, facts and efforts, provided by national and international organizations.

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For the Love of Books
Life at UMT

For the Love of Books

  • Posted on: 15 March 2019

The blog highlights the fun-filled participation of two friends at UMT Book Fair 2019.

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