Impact of loadshedding on performance of students. Research by Government of Pakistan

ITS JUST AN OPTIMISTIC GUESS BY A CITIZEN OF PAKISTAN.

I was just thinking few minutes ago while i was listening to the radio and set to wait for one and half hour more before electricity would come, that the Government of Pakistan may be conducting a research on how well or bad the loadshedding impacts student performance.

You must have all heard your seniors saying that all the time you/your brother/ etc is sitting in front of computer and not studying but playing games all the time, so Government of Pakistan composed of backward thinkers may have devised a cunning plan to really check whether restricting access to computer will change the study habbits of students and improve their performance!!!

If this is true than we should pray that this research finishes soon!!!

Even that requires least bit of intellect to devise such retard plan on part of govt.

your expectations from this 'dolay shah ke choohay' govt. is too damn high!

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Even that requires least bit of intellect to devise such retard plan on part of govt.

your expectations from this ‘dolay shah ke choohay’ govt. is too damn high!

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But you never know wat these morons are upto…They will do anything to justify their shitty logics…

what a stupidity !! you people still thinking they really care about you and your children

yes it does affects students badly,,

i was very troubled by this loadshedding,, most of my books were in soft copy and due to loadsheding i weas locked out,

apart from that i coulnt study well when there was no lightning, would read write to the torch light and in summer all my papers wree so messy due to sweet,,

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ITS JUST AN OPTIMISTIC GUESS BY A CITIZEN OF PAKISTAN.

I was just thinking few minutes ago while i was listening to the radio and set to wait for one and half hour more before electricity would come, that the Government of Pakistan may be conducting a research on how well or bad the loadshedding impacts student performance.

You must have all heard your seniors saying that all the time you/your brother/ etc is sitting in front of computer and not studying but playing games all the time, so Government of Pakistan composed of backward thinkers may have devised a cunning plan to really check whether restricting access to computer will change the study habbits of students and improve their performance!!!

If this is true than we should pray that this research finishes soon!!!

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Wrong! Economies do not work like this. This nasty “experiment” (if ever conducted) is costing this country a lot and pushing us to cave age.

Couple of centuries ago, when electricity was not the source of main energy, the countries which used to get more sunny days and less natural disasters, were able to produce more crops and were wealthy and prosperous countries. That includes sub-continent (that times India).

Now it’s changed to electricity, whether produce by hydroelectricity, solar, wind, fossil fuel (oil/gas/coal), nuclear, thermal or whatever, in the end, it is converted to electricity and delivered to where it is needed. The countries which are able to efficiently convert God given “sunny days” into energy into useful products (crops and other products from factories) are still prosperous. If Pakistan get full 24/7/365 days of electricity at cheap rates then we can also be a prosperous nation. But that day will never come because if common people can fill their stomach and can have basic needs then they’ll question the overlords (government; legislators, executive branch and judiciary) about their spending and corruption which overlords do not want.

Trust me, it will never end because it is artificially created.

By the way, your “experiment” is wrong again, sitting in front of computers is NOT bad. If thousands of young people will sit in front of computers “chatting” or other stuff then who knows one of them will be next “Steve Jobs”, “Bill Gates” or “John Carmack” from Pakistan? But this will never happen, because computer is an evil thing (at least according to mullahs). Why not we conduct this experiment? Why not we let youth of (at least) 1 million sit in front of computers all day long and let them do whatever they want to do and let’s see does a new “Steve Jobs”, “Bill Gates” or “John Carmack” (or any other legendary programmer) pop out of that million youth and turn this country in to a non-terrorist state? But that will be wrong, because we are a terrorist state producing only terrorists. Maybe load-shedding is one of causes that let youth to think on useless things and read pamphlets and join “meetings” in mosques and madrassahs which lead them to convert to terrorist. This “experiment” (with load-shedding as one of the factor) is going at full swing and we are getting good at it, producing more and more terrorists.

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we are a terrorist state producing only terrorists.

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This has got me thinking that maybe they are eavesdropping on us during loadshedding so i have made another thread to discuss this, maybe after sometime we can have a crazy list of reasons of loadshedding!

Come on yaar, why are you indulging yourself with conspiracies and getting paranoid over something which doesn't even make sense?

The cause is very simple which is the corrupt people of this country voting for the corrupt like themselves in the name of democracy and politics. America and any other country has nothing to do with it and I don't think they have spare time to waste on such a pathetic country like ours too... and frankly, they didn't become developed by poking their noses pointlessly into other countries affairs at least not like they way your suggesting.

^ Tell that to the paranoid induced populace lurking here :P. They will never believe you.

It is true however, that US is involved in destabilizing Pakistan (Baluchistan). Reason being, that province is full of rare natural resources, which our incompetent Government hasn't been able to (or didn't bother to) utilize yet. The province of Baluchistan at the moment, is the least populated, but if we were to utilize the resources and transform the province with it, majority of the country would shift over to this province. You can generate wind energy to power nearly 50% of the whole nation. We could end this energy crisis if we had built Kala Bagh Dam (which would enable us to produce electricity in less than a rupee). PPP is mainly responsible for encouraging IPPs in the 1990's, the climax of which we're seeing right now. Now we're not only forced to pay magnitudes of times higher electricity bills, but are also extortioned into paying for fuel being supplied to these IPPs. During the 50's and 60's, there were many independent power production companies which provided their services to different cities and colonies, which prompted competitions amongst these to provide better and cheaper service. Now thanks to the monopoly of Pepco and its blood sucking IPPs, we're forced to suffer at their end, despite paying our bills in full :angry:

http://southasiainvestor.blogspot.com/2011/07/gigawatt-of-wind-energy-in-pakistan.html