Rawalpindi: To implement the vision of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s Single National Curriculum (SNC), Minister of School Education, Dr. Murad Raas has given clear instructions, said the press release.
In this regard, the PCTB Managing Director, Dr. Farooq Manzoor and his team visited Multan where an introductory session was held and was carried out with the leadership of the South Punjab private educational institution.
During the session, leaders and representatives of private schools were provided with a textbook model that was recently developed and launched (30) a textbook model based on the 2020 Single National Curriculum. The PCTB Managing Director, explained at length to participants the various stages of preparation, procedures, and important features of the model textbook. In addition, it highlights the importance and importance of implementing a Single National Curriculum as it promotes equal educational opportunities for students without discrimination.
The Managing Director, PCTB explicitly explained that everyone must comply with the Single Nation Curriculum and no one is allowed to publish, print or sell any books without the prior approval of the PCTB. All participants were introduced to the vision and decision of the Prime Minister: whereby all educational institutions (Public, Private and Dini Madaris), in the first stage, will be bound to teach books from grades 1-5 in their schools. Based on the 2020 Singles National Curriculum. In the end, representatives from the private sector agreed to implement SNC and appreciate the government’s productive efforts.
An Auckland woman talks about her hair laser removal experience that went wrong. Photo / Provided
An Auckland woman left her first laser hair removal session delighted that she had found a hair removal solution that worked.
But at the end of the second session, the excitement was gone.
He said he had burns so badly during the two-minute session that he needed medical attention.
The woman, who did not want to be named, is currently undergoing a popular beauty treatment on her chin and jaw.
She expected some level of discomfort during the session, but when it became too painful, she asked the beautician to stop.
The two-minute session caused burns to his face and neck. She stayed at the clinic for an hour after a session holding an ice pack on her aching face, before going to the Shorecare emergency care clinic at Smales Farm.
She was bandaged and sent home with painkillers and instructions not to go out in the sun for a week.
He is not quite sure how the burns occurred but suspects the machine was used with a higher intensity than it should have been for his skin type.
She decided to tell her story to bring attention to the fact that laser hair removal could lead to mistakes.
“I don’t want anyone to experience this,” he said.
“I suffered. The burns were really bad. But according to the doctor, they haven’t reached the underlying skin layer. But it was a very bad experience for me.”
Four days after that incident, he was still in pain.
She struggled to sleep in the days following the appointment, placing a fan near her head at night to relieve the pain from the burns.
She said she couldn’t see herself getting laser treatment again anytime soon.
The New Zealand Laser Clinic yesterday offered an apology to the woman.
Michelle Taylor, the company’s New Zealand country manager, said it offered a “sincere apology” for the incident.
“Each of our clinics follows strict protocols and procedures for all therapists, nurses and doctors,” said Taylor.
“Although incidents like this are very unusual, a thorough review is being carried out with our clinic and management.
“We have contacted the client so that our medical director can determine what treatment will aid their recovery, in consultation with the Medical Advisory Committee of our dermatologist specialists. We are very sympathetic to this incident and wish them a full recovery.”
Meanwhile, a customer has filed a complaint with the Auckland Council.
Under the Health and Hygiene Act 2013, businesses providing laser and pulsed light treatments must have board approval.
Auckland Council’s alcohol and environmental health manager, Mervyn Chetty, said there are currently 56 businesses providing pulse beam and laser treatments that are registered on the board.
“This business is inspected annually by the Environmental Health team to ensure compliance with laws and regulations and the code of ethics,” he said.
The board has received two complaints regarding laser treatment and regulatory violations this year, which are being investigated.
The New Zealand Laser Clinic said its clinic adhered to Auckland Council guidelines and the company “went beyond code requirements and the clinic has implemented extra safety measures, adhering to the most stringent standards in Australia and New Zealand”.
During a giant cooking session on her Instagram Stories, Chrissy Teigen revealed how she made her favorite midnight snack – a processed tuna sandwich – which shows a picture of her preferred butter.
Teigen shows off an empty New Zealand Lewis Road Creamery sea salt crystal butter wrapper, melted for use on white bread, in tuna and onion sandwiches.
A fan spotted the Kiwi brand on Teigen’s Instagram Stories and posted a screenshot to Twitter, prompting the American model to praise butter even more.
“VERY good,” Teigen wrote on Twitter.
“It brings out taste [sic] into my midnight tuna sandwich. If you don’t slice both slices on your tuna sandwich, you’re … you might honestly be a good person, but you have to give it a try. “
This is very nice. It brings flavor to my midnight tuna sandwich. If you don’t grease both slices for your tuna sandwich, you … you might honestly be a good person, but you have to give it a try https://t.co/bQvjNiwmlJ
Lewis Road Creamery also shares Teigen’s love on their own Instagram Stories.
Teigen’s post led to some social media users raving about New Zealand-made butter as well.
Lewis Road Creamery general manager, Nicola O’Rourke, told: Heralds the company is pleased to see Teigen, who “is a serious cook”, can “taste the difference”.
“It’s great to wake up and watch our butter explode online. Chrissy is a serious cook and it’s amazing she can taste the difference, which all depends on the quality of our Southern Pastures 10 Star cream,” said O’Rourke. .
Teigen, who is married to singer John Legend, is a model, writer and entrepreneur. Her cookbook, “Cravings: Hungry for More”, is a bestseller.
ISLAMABAD: The government has decided to hold a National Assembly (NA) session on October 5 (Monday) and the Senate on October 2 (Thursday).
The decision was taken on Tuesday after consultation with Prime Minister’s Advisor for Parliamentary Affairs Dr Babar Awan with Prime Minister Imran Khan and the Chair of the National Assembly.
According to sources, Dr Babar Awan has consulted extensively with Prime Minister Imran Khan and the NA Chair to hold separate sessions from the Senate and National Assembly.
Sources said in the sessions of the National Assembly and Senate, both houses will believe in the government’s steps to improve the economic situation, and in the situation arising in the Line of Control due to India’s indiscriminate and unwarranted shooting. power.
The Federal Minister for Energy, Oil and Natural Resources Omar Ayub told the Senate on Friday that the federal government collected a tax of Rs47.86 per liter for gasoline and Rs51.41 per liter in diesel.
The answer came after Senator Mushtaq Ahmed’s question about why the government collected taxes 100% higher than the purchase price of gasoline.
The minister said that Prime Minister Imran Khan actually provided assistance to the people because oil prices in the region are currently the lowest in Pakistan. Only 17% of taxes are imposed on petroleum products, he said.
“In terms of supply, taxes are collected at Rs9.70 per liter, Rs47.86 per liter in gasoline and Rs51.41 per liter in diesel,” the federal minister said. “If the government does not collect taxes, who will pay for the Senate lamps and the salaries of its members?” Minister quips.
Meanwhile, responding to other questions during the National Assembly session, Minister of Job said that Kekra-1 began as a joint venture by ExxonMobil, OGDCL and PPL.
More than Rs122 million was spent digging wells, he said, adding that the government did not spend money on this project.
“The well was dug at 5,693 meters but the search was unsuccessful,” he said. “Excavation of these wells revealed that there was no oil and gas pressure, but rather a reservoir of water.”
On June 26, the government raised the price of gasoline by Rs25.58 per liter to Rs100.10 per liter, while the price of high speed diesel was raised by Rs21.31 per liter to Rs101.46 per liter.