ISLAMABAD - Justice Tariq Parvez Khan, a judge of the Supreme Court of Pakistan, has asked the young judicial officers to apply judicial and legal knowledge, keep the facts of the case in mind and then render their verdict according to law, facts and conscience. He expressed these views in the certificate awarding ceremony on the conclusion of one-week orientation course on Management of Family Cases for judges of the family courts from all over Pakistan including Azad Jammu and Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan here at Federal Judicial Academy on Saturday. He said that a judge should not be biased to a case or against any party which had come for justice to the court, adding a judge should not have fear or favour for anyone and a judge should keep the record of the case and the facts of the case in his mind while deciding the matter. Regarding the importance and scope of learning Justice Tariq opined: Learning is a perpetual process. Hence, one must keep on learning till his last breath. It is an established truth that there is no substitute of knowledge and experience and there is no shortcut to experience and what is experience. It is some sort of knowledge that never comes in a day or two but with the passage of time.