Imran Khan

Imran Khan (2014) is a special correspondent for Jamia Journal, and an ETE student in the Department of Teacher Training and Non-Formal Education, Faculty of Education. He can be reached via email at: imran.bsa[at]gmail.com

IASE, Faculty of Education Conducts its Annual Athletic Meet – 2014

Cricket sports event at the IASE, Faculty of Education, Annual Athletic Meet, at the TTI, Hockey Ground, JMI; March 5-22, 2014 (Photo: Courtesy Imran Khan)

Institute of Advanced Studies (IASE), Faculty of Education organized its Annual Athletic Meet from 5th March to 22nd March 2014, at the TTI Hockey Ground. Athletics meet is part of the teachers training program with individual sports events and Inter-House competitions. All the students of B.Ed. and ETE are divided into eight houses that are named after social and educational ...

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Faculty of Education Conducts Inter-House ‘Wall Magazine’ Competition

Wall Magazine for Ajmal House at Faculty of Education, JMI; Thursday, March 13, 2014 (Photo: Courtesy Imran Khan)

Institute of Advanced Studies & Education (IASE), Faculty of Education organised an inter-house “Wall Magazine” competition at the Faculty of Education, on Thursday, 13th March 2014. All the students of B.Ed. and ETE are divided into eight houses that are named after social and educational figures such as Zakir, Sayyadain, Gandhi, Azad, Nehru, Ajmal, Ansari and Mujeeb house, in which ...

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Subject Association, IASE Observes Teachers Day with Speech Competition

Anas Anwar, a participant, giving a speech in Urdu, on  Teachers Day at Faculty of Education, JMI; Friday, Sept. 6, 2013 (Photo: Imran Khan)

Observing Teachers’ day in Faculty of Education on 6th September 2013, an extempore speech competition was organized by the Subject Association, IASE in three languages, i.e, Urdu, English, Hindi. The topic for the speech competition was: “Dr. Radha Krishnan and Teachers.” As the students in the department of Teachers Training & Non Formal Education (IASE) are divided into eight houses ...

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