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تعلیم روزگار کے لیے ھی حاصل کی جاتی ھے …جبکی بہتر انسان بننے کے لیے “تربیت” کی ضرورت ھوتی ھے . ھر تعلیم یافتہ انسان بہترین انسان نہیں ھو سکتا مگر میں نے کسی ان پڑھ کو جسکی “تربیت” صحیح طریقے سے کی گئی ھو اسکو ایک بہتر انسان کے علاوہ کچھ نہیں دیکھا..
پیسہ روزگار تعلیم سے ھی متعلق ھے اور تعلیم مددگار ثابت ھوتی ھے جبکہ صرف تعلیم حاصل کر لینا ایک بہترین انسان ھونے کی ضمانت نہیں.

Rehan Allahwala

Rehan Allahwala

Khudi Ko Kar Buland Itna, Kay Har Taqdeer Say Pehlay Khuda Banday Say Khud Poochay, Bata teri Raza Kia hay ! Let’s Build you & Change the world Allama Mohammad Iqbal advised on building one’s KHUDI which is Self confidence and Self Belief. Mulana Rumi Said, First I was learned, I tried to change the world, Then I was wise I started to change my Self .

I believe in the same thing, and thus recommend you to make your self strong, strong enough to do almost anything you want in the world.

The following are my suggestions, that will allow you to become a strong human being, and will improve your KHUDI

Steps:

1. Build your life plan, Then Share it on http://www.facebook.com/notes and ask your friends to comment on it.
Here is how you can build that, go to http://www.supertec.com/plan
2. Watch these movies on http://www.supertec.com/movies/and after watching, upload a 1 to 3 min summary of the movie, in your own words , then share that video your facebook wall and request your friends to comment on it.

3. Read or hear these books on http://www.supertec.com/books/ Once done, Please upload a 3 min summary of the book in with your understanding, and share that video on your wall on facebook, and request your friends to comment on it.

go to www.facebook.com/rehan33/friends and Try to make as many friends as you can your own, and talk to them also, Here is a guide on how to do it on www.rehanu.com/addme/
Once you have done these, I will be happy to guide you any further which you want, and Will be happy to help in any way that I can. , but first do the process.

Do share this post with others, so they can also take advantage of these processes.

Rehan Allahwala

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What is Internet? انٹرنیٹ کیا ہے؟

Rehan Allahwala

What is Internet? انٹرنیٹ کیا ہے؟ | Rehan University

Inbox Received, and here is my REAL REPLY: Now let’s see how many people share this, as other was shared like 75 times so far and got 200 comments 🙂

Dear Rehan Bhai,

My name is xyz and i have recently complete my BS Computer science, sir i want to earn money via internet. Can you please guide me

Dear Brother XYZ,

Thank you for your msg, I have written a book on this, which you can use to learn how to do it, and a new addition of that is coming soon also , it is on www.rehanu.com/wii

There are many website that you can work online however like any other work in the world, you should start small asap and grow your self to do more.

You can start from fiverr.com or rehant.com which are micro tasking website, where you get $5 paid for doing small little tasks, once you a few of those, you can look for more work on rehanw.com and Elance.com

The most important thing you will need is to build your network, Add all the people in the world you know on Facebook, and linkedin and then meet more people who are not from Pakistan and tell them your ability, You can go to my friends list and take my friends.

Join Online Jobs forums on facbeook and linked and online marketing forums as they are always seeking people who want to make apps and software.

I also encourage you to make mobile and web apps for as many people around you i.e. your relatives your neighborhood shops etc, then you can for free even, so you get really good at it, and then you can use these as sample for showing to your future customers.

These are some suggestions, but remember the key is for you to become a Kohinoor in your self, so people will come to you automatically from glow of your work.

www.rehanallahwala.com (start has more tips for you 🙂

Be blessed,

Rehan.com

Inside Facebook’s plan to build a better school

Looking back, Mike Sego says, he was always meant to work in education. His dad taught fifth grade for 37 years, three of his older siblings were K-12 teachers, and he spent free time as a kid grading papers for fun. But like so many people who arrive in Silicon Valley after college, Sego first started working in tech. He worked on The Sims, and later got to know Mark Zuckerberg when his virtual pets game, (fluff)Friends, was one of the first hits on Facebook’s new games platform. Around that time, Zuckerberg had become interested in education as part of his philanthropy, donating $100 million to Newark schools in 2010. After a stint as CEO of Gaia Interactive, Sego decided to turn his attention to education. He called Zuckerberg and asked if they could work together.Not long after, Sego was touring Summit Denali, a public charter school in Sunnyvale, California. With him was Priscilla Chan, wife of the Facebook founder and his partner in philanthropy. They had been drawn to Summit Public Schools because of their striking success in preparing students for college: 99 percent of its graduating students have been accepted into at least one four-year college. And 55 percent of graduates go on to complete college, compared to a national average of 28 percent. The results are particularly compelling given the diverse makeup of the student population: only 20 percent of students are white, 48 percent qualify for free or reduced lunch, and 13 percent are English language learners.
99 PERCENT OF STUDENTS ARE ADMITTED TO A FOUR-YEAR COLLEGE
Summit says it outperforms most schools thanks to a program that lets students learn at their own pace, work on projects rather than listening to lectures, and receive regular one-on-one mentoring from their teachers. Educators there call it personalized learning, and being a product of Silicon Valley, it’s supported on the back end by software. Priscilla Chan was sufficiently impressed with her tour that she told her husband he should see it himself. After a visit of his own, he asked Summit’s founder and CEO, Diane Tavenner, if she was seeking donations. Actually, Tavenner said, what Summit really needs is code.What followed was an improbable collaboration that resulted in the announcement of a partnership today between Facebook and Summit that will make their software available to other public schools. A pilot program is taking place around the country this year; eventually, Facebook and Summit plan to offer the software to any school that wants it. The partnership, which Sego is leading, has already produced a working tool that is used by students and teachers in 13 states and 20 schools. Facebook is giving it away for free, and says it plans to do so indefinitely. But Facebook’s tentative move into education, which in some ways resembles Google’s efforts in the classroom, could open up new business possibilities down the line — and might send a shiver down the spine of smaller education-technology startups in the meantime. To get an idea of what impressed Zuckerberg and crew about Summit, it helps to spend a day at one of its 11 schools. I stopped in at Denali, a middle school that opened in 2013, during the third week of instruction. The school occupies a single square-shaped building in an office park near US Highway 101, Silicon Valley’s main artery. Denali currently serves about 300 sixth, seventh, and eighth graders, and plans to eventually expand into a combined middle and high school with 700 students.