with a coach, to the National Railway Museum in York in the UK, where it is in store awaiting restoration. '''Pemba''' is a small town (population about 4,000) located in Choma District of the Southern Province of Zambia. It is situated on the 'Great North Road' that runs between Lusaka and Livingstone (Livingstone, Zambia). The main ethnic group in the town are the Tonga (Tonga people). Prominent educational institutions found here are Pemba Basic School, Pemba High School, Jembo Mission High School and Kasiya Secretarial College.
Gardens of the National Art Gallery is popular for afternoon strolls, and is noted for its orchids and shrubs. It houses a herbarium, a lily studded waterbody, well-planned walkways, and the Watapamu village, representing a typical village of the islands, which is named after the water pump located nearby.
College and Ghazi Medical College will work under this university.Vice Chancellor of Islamia University Bahawalpur Dr.Mukhtar Ahmed has given additional charge of Ghazi University v.c since 11.06.2014. The Virtual University of Pakistan has established its campus here since 2004 which is providing both campus based and distance learning education primarily based on IT tools and technology. Another prominent educational organisation is the Allama Iqbal Open University campus. The government has approved '''Akhuwat University of Engineering and Technology''' in Dera Ghazi Khan since 2012.
right thumb 180px Dostoyevsky's handwriting. (File:Fyodor Mikahailovich Dostoyevsky's Handwriting 1838.jpg) With the publication of ''Crime and Punishment'', in 1866, Dostoyevsky became one of Russia's most prominent authors. Will Durant, in ''The Pleasures of Philosophy'' (1953), called Dostoyevsky one of the founding fathers of the philosophical movement known as existentialism, and cited ''Notes from Underground'' in particular as a founding work of existentialism. For the Underground Man, war is the people's rebellion against the idea that reason guides everything, and reason is not the ultimate guiding principle for history or mankind (human). After his 1849 exile to the city of Omsk, Siberia, Dostoyevsky focused on questions of suffering and despair (wiktionary:despair) in many of his works. On July 10, 1938, Hughes set another record by completing a flight around the world in just 91 hours (3 days, 19 hours), beating the previous record by more than four hours. Taking off from New York City, he continued to Paris, Moscow, Omsk, Yakutsk, Fairbanks, Minneapolis, and continued to New York City. For this flight he flew a Lockheed Super Electra (Lockheed Model 14 Super Electra) (a twin-engine transport with a four-man crew) fitted with all of the latest radio and navigational equipment. Hughes wanted the flight to be a triumph of technology, illustrating that safe, long-distance air travel was possible. In 1938, the William P. Hobby Airport in Houston, Texas, known at the time as Houston Municipal Airport, was re-named Howard Hughes Airport (Houston Municipal Airport), but the name was changed back after people objected to naming the airport after a living person. Josip was born as the seventh child of Franjo and Marija Broz in the village of Kumrovec within Austria-Hungary (modern-day Croatia). Drafted into the army, he distinguished himself, becoming the youngest Sergeant Major in the Austro-Hungarian Army. Ridley 1994 (#refRidley1994), p. 59. After being seriously wounded and captured by the Russians, Josip was sent to a work camp in the Ural Mountains. He participated in the October Revolution, and later joined a Red Guard (Red Guards (Russia)) unit in Omsk. Upon his return home, Broz found himself in the newly-established Kingdom of Yugoslavia, where he joined the Communist Party of Yugoslavia. thumb 140px left Josip Broz Tito in 1928 as an agent of the Comintern (File:Josip Broz Tito 1928.jpg), also known at the time as "Agent Walter" After 13 months at the hospital, Broz was sent to a work camp in the Ural Mountains where prisoners selected him for their camp leader. In February 1917, revolting workers broke into the prison and freed the prisoners. Broz subsequently joined a Bolshevik group. In April 1917, he was arrested again but managed to escape and participate in the July Days demonstrations in Petrograd (Saint Petersburg) (St. Petersburg) on 16–17 July 1917. On his way to Finland, Broz was caught and imprisoned in the Petropavlovsk fortress (Peter and Paul Fortress) for three weeks. He was again sent to Kungur, but escaped from the train. He hid out with a Russian family in Omsk, Siberia where he met his future wife Pelagija Belousova. Auty 1970 (#refAuty1970), p. 36. After the October Revolution, he joined a Red Guard (Red Guards (Russia)) unit in Omsk. Following a White counteroffensive, he fled to Kirgiziya and subsequently returned to Omsk, where he married Belousova. In the spring of 1918, he joined the Yugoslav section of the Russian Communist Party (Communist Party of the Soviet Union). By June of the same year, Broz left Omsk to find work and support his family, and was employed as a mechanic near Omsk for a year. In January 1920, he and his wife made a long and difficult journey home to Yugoslavia where he arrived in September. Vinterhalter 1972 (#refVinterhalter1972), p. 68. thumb left 150px Josip Broz, his wife Pelagija, and son Žarko (File:Tito Pelagija Zarko.jpg) Tito carried on numerous
Lusaka and Livingstone (Livingstone, Zambia). The main ethnic group in the town are the Tonga (Tonga people). Prominent educational institutions found here are Pemba Basic School, Pemba High School, Jembo Mission High School and Kasiya Secretarial College. - Lusaka align center LUN align center FLSS style "background:#D0F0C0" Lusaka International Airport ‡ align center ref name
; The airspace above Donetsk has also been closed since the MH17 disaster. Education thumb Physics Day in Donetsk National University, 2006 (File:Donetsk df 2006 01.jpg) Donetsk has several universities, which include five state universities (university), 11 institutes, three academies (academy), 14 technicums, five private universities (private university), and six colleges. The most important and prominent educational institutions include Donetsk National Technical
* Yangtze River power line crossings, tallest electricity pylons built of concrete. Education Nanjing has been the educational centre in southern China for more than 1700 years. Currently, it boasts of some of the most prominent educational institutions in the region, which are listed as follows: thumb right Nanjing University (File:Nanjing uni vegetation.jpg) National universities and colleges '''Operated by Ministry of Education''' * China Pharmaceutical University * Hohai University * Nanjing Agricultural University * Nanjing University * Southeast University '''Operated by Ministry of Industry and Information Technology''' * Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics * Nanjing University of Science and Technology '''Operated by the joint Commission of the State Forest Administration and Public Order Ministry''' * Nanjing Forest Police College (南京森林公安高等专科学校) '''Operated by the general sport Administration''' * Nanjing Sport Institute (南京体育学院) National military universities and colleges * PLA Nanjing Army Command College (中国人民解放军南京陆军指挥学院) * PLA Nanjing International Relation College (中国人民解放军南京国际关系学院) * PLA Nanjing Political College (中国人民解放军南京政治学院) * PLA Naval Command College (中国人民解放军海军指挥学院) * PLA University of Science and Technology (中国人民解放军理工大学) Provincial universities and colleges * Jiangsu Institute of Education * Jinling Institute of Technology (金陵科技学院) * Nanjing Arts Institute (南京艺术学院) * Nanjing Audit University * Nanjing City Vocational College (南京城市职业学院) * Nanjing Forestry University * Nanjing Institute of Technology * Nanjing Medical University * Nanjing Normal University * Nanjing Xiaozhuang University (南京晓庄学院) * Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine * Nanjing University of Finance and Economics * Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology * Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications * Nanjing University of Technology Private universities and colleges * Communication University Of China' Nanjing (中国传媒大学南广学院) * Hopkins-Nanjing Center * Nanjing University Jinling College (南京大学金陵学院) * New York Institute of Technology * Sanjiang College Notable high schools * High School Affiliated to Nanjing Normal University * Jinling High School * Nanjing Foreign Language School * Nanjing International School * Nanjing Ninghai High School (南京宁海中学) * Nanjing No.1 High School (南京第一中学) * Nanjing No. 5 High School (南京第五中学) * Nanjing No. 9 High School (南京第九中学) * Nanjing No. 13 High School (南京市第十三中学) * Nanjing No. 29 High School (南京市第二十九中学) * Nanjing Zhonghua High School See also * Jiangnan * List of cities in the People's Republic of China by population * List of twin towns and sister cities in China * Nanjing Massacre * Nanjing Salted Duck * ''The Rape of Nanking'' (book) (The Rape of Nanking (book)) * Treaty of Nanjing WikiPedia:Nanjing commons:南京
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of the prominent educational institutions in Kerala, India. It is situated to the north of Aluva in Ernakulam district. Special Grade College Affiliated to Mahatma Gandhi University Union Christian College Aluva was founded in 1921 as a premier centre of higher learning in Kerala, South India. The idyllic campus is located close to the banks of the river Periyar (Periyar River), hardly 5 kilometers from Aluva city. The Location privileges the campus with the refreshing ambiguity of urban proximity and rural ambience. The '''Roman Catholic Diocese of Gulbarga''' in India was created on June 24, 2005. It is a suffragan diocese of the Archdiocese of Bangalore. Its first bishop is Rev. Robert Miranda. The parish church Mother Mary of Divine Grace in Gulbarga will be the cathedral for the diocese. It was the 150th diocese of India, and the 120th of Latin Rite. "'''Lady Madonna'''" is a song by The Beatles, primarily written by Paul McCartney Commons:Category:India Wikipedia:India Dmoz:Regional Asia India
of Education url http: ed.stanford.edu about work Stanford University School of Education date 16 January 2011 accessdate 16 January 2011 Many prominent educational theories (Educational theory), policies (Education policy), and inventions have come from, or been influenced by, the School of Education, including the Stanford-Binet (Stanford–Binet Intelligence Scales) IQ test and various LeapFrog products. In 1980, he returned to Turkey, and started to study