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Topic: Accountability and Abuse of Power in

Politics
Outline
1- Introduction

Politics emergence in shape of police state to welfare state


Misuse in politics

2- Politics Active Role in Progressive Human Development


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Consensus and co-operation among leaders


Global issues relating climate change and anti-corruption measures
Efficient energy consumption
Food security and health issues
To make a suitable and safe environment

3- Clear Signs of Lack of Accountability and Abuse of Power in


Politics
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Political interference in institutions


Unfair and opaque election process
Abuse of power in appointment of staf
Dormant and inefective legislation
Clashed among institutional organs
Practice of corruption
No clear annual report and audit report of institutions

4- How to make politics accountable and free from abuse of


power
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Independent and strong intuitional organs


Transport and efective electoral process
Independent truth finding commission
Meritancy
Transparent auditing

5- Conclusion

Topics: Economic Prosperity of a Nation is


Directly Proportional to the Level of Literacy in it
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1- Introduction
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Human progressive development


Knowledge based society

2- Importance of literacy in human society

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Rises sf sense of responsibility


Human capital to human resource
Mutual cooperation and dependency
Better life standard

3- How economic prosperity of a nation is directly proportional


to the level of literacy in it
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Sensible exploitation of resources


Competent persons
Competition leads to excellency
Scientific advancement in agriculture
Innovative industries
Entrepreneurs can create jobs
Check on politicians and bureaucracy
A competitive environment

4- Way forward to achieve excellency in economic prosperity of


a nation by literacy
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Personal development of students


Technical and vocational training to adults and illiterate public
Innovative teaching and learning methods
Bridging the literacy gap between male and females
Career counselling of parent and childrens

5- Conclusion

Topic: Progressive Alleviation of Poverty in


Pakistan- an Overview
Outline
1- Introduction
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Civic soviet development


Malpractices in the society

2- Dismal Condition of Poverty in Pakistan


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Concentration of wealth
Rural areas worst conditions
Human development dismal condition
Gender gap
Illiteracy and increase in drop-out
Practice of corruption

3- Steps Taken by Pakistan for Progressive Alleviation of


Poverty
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Microfinance banks
Rural development schemes

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Gender based development


Human development
Legislation
Employment opportunities
Improvement in standard of living

4- Way Forward for Progressive Alleviation of Poverty in


Pakistan
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Literate the public


Career counselling
No discrimination in microfinances
Technical and vocational training to unskilled people
Providing basic amenities to public
Distribution of wealth

5- Conclusion

Topic: Dilemma of water and energy crisis in


Pakistan
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1- Introduction
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A security centric state


Mismanagement and leadership vacuum leading to water and
energy crisis

2- Scenario of water and every crisis in Pakistan


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Disputes on regional and provincial level


Dismal state of water reservoir and associated losses
Climate change
Poor irrigation network
Unsuitable environment for foreign direct investment
Civil nuclear use and other renewable energy resource
Non-renewable energy production

3- Reason for Dilemma of water and energy crisis in Pakistan


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Leadership vacuum with mismanagement


No visionary policies
Hegemony attitude with less diplomacy
Illiteracy
Practice of corruption
Poor law and order security condition

4- Measure to make Pakistan water and energy sufficient


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Egagious leader and suitable policies


Use of diplomacy

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Curb corruption with stern accountability


Suitable environment for investments
Renewable energy production

5- Conclusion