No relief provided to teachers in the provincial budget
The promises made to teachers have not been fulfilled, said Bakhtiyar Zameen, President Tanzeem-e-Asatza.
Teachers take to the streets against monitoring system
The local teachers took to streets here on Sunday against monitoring system of the education department.
13 development projects approved for FATA
The participants were briefed about the salient features of the projects which mainly related to agriculture development, road construction, education, especially provision of scholarships to students studying in different educational institutions across the country, as well as promotion of literacy rate in Fata.
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Shangla School awaiting to be rebuilt after twelve years
The school was destroyed in the 2005 earthquake and has not been rebuilt since.
Muhammad Haroon Rasheed appointed Assistant Education Officer, Shangla
Before his appointment as Assistant Education Officer, Haroon Rasheed served as principal in Government High School, Chikat Karora
151,000 students from private schools shift to public schools
Rs 2.35 billion allocated for building classrooms
KP government has allocated Rs 2.35 billion for building an additional 2544 classrooms in primary schools.
Appointments on merit ignored by education department
Education department, Shangla, has ignored appointing people on the basis of merit.
Matric supplementary examinations to start from 1st August
Matric results announced today
Student’s achievements in Matric examinations
Education is the key to nation success: DEO Mastung
Educational emergency needs to improve educational standard: GTA Loralai
Senior teachers are not happy with the appointment of junior officers on senior post
SESA is working actively to solve educational issues
For the rights of teachers continuous efforts will made.
Secretary education should be recovered immediately: Hameed Ullah
It is unfair to attach teachers of Boys and Girls Middle School
District Member, Junaid Khan Mengal said that it is unfair for the students to attach teachers from Kabool to Nushki.
There is a need to create a welcoming environment for students coming from poor economic backgrounds: Ghaffar Kadezai
President Senior Educational Staff Association Balochistan, Abdul Ghaffar Kadezai said that important posts in the education department are vacant for quite some time, leading to problems in the education sector of Balochistan.
Societies that don’t respect their teachers are bound to fail: Saeed Mandokheil
President Balochistan Professors and Lecturers Association, Saeed Mandokheil expressed regret over the poor treatment of Professor Asmat Ullah.
Teachers should send their documents for seniority list: Qasim Kakar
A private school should be built in Sarmil
For several years, children in Sarmil are getting an education under the open sky.
Al-Khidmat Foundation: Serving the country’s poor
President Al-Khidmat Foundation, Asim Sanjirani said that annually, an amount of Rs 36,000 is given to needy children to fulfill their educational and health needs.
There should be no bias when it comes to distributing laptops among students: Islami Jamiat Talba
Representative of Islami Jamiat Talba said that if there is any sort of corruption in the laptop scheme, then the organisation will protest against it.
Education to get Rs 40 billion in the provincial budget
Teachers Say Government Ignored Them In Budget
The Lower Dir chapter of Tanzeem-i-Asatza Pakistan, a teachers’ wing of JI, on Sunday announced to start a protest drive against the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government after Eidul Fitr for not keepings its promises made with the teachers.
Delay in girls’ schools’ reconstruction resented
The local residents have resented the long delay in the reconstruction of the girls’ higher secondary school in Chakdara and demanded necessary action on it by the education department. They, mostly parents, told Dawn that the students were in distress as they had to attend classes in the open.
Several schools in Bajaur without shelters
Several state-run schools in remote areas of Bajaur Agency are functioning without shelters and basic facilities, forcing students to sit in the open in extreme weather conditions.
Water shortage at Khar Degree College
The issue of water shortage in Khar Degree College, Bajaur Agency has been ongoing for years.
FDE forms online complaint cell
As part of bids to improve student learning environment in Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT), the Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) has created an online cell for the speedy resolution of their grievances about public sector educational facilities in the region and staff members.
Every 3rd child is a labour in Pakistan/ Workers Federation vows to end Child Labour
Today world is celebrating Child labour day.
The ASER survey has been completed and is set to be launched after Eidul Fitr.
Speed breakers in front of Private Schools
A civil society member stated in Shujaabad that the making of speed breakers in front of Private school has led to many more incidents than what the speed breaker was meant to prevent. Therefore, they need to be removed.
Kabirwala Public School needs to be inspected
Javaid Ikhtayar stated in Kabirwala that the Kabirwala Public School needs to be inspected as soon as possible.
Contradictions among laws for children create grim situation
“Because a child has different claims from the state, including health, education, prevention of child labour and other areas, they fall in different departments, including the health department, education department and labour department and they are not linked with each other where children are concerned,” Mubarik said, concluding that a bill was passed at the federal level recently for forming the National Commission of the Rights of Children but this body was yet to be formed and steps had not taken for its for its implementation.
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WB ranks Punjab better among provinces
In Education sector, enrollment in primary schools has stagnated over the last ten years. The percentage of gross primary school enrollment in Pakistan remains on or around 91% in 2015. This was 98% in Punjab, higher than the national average and is followed by KP at 92% while Sindh and Balochistan are lagging at 79% and 73% respectively.
School bags worth Rs 10.37 million to be distributed for free among students of public schools
CM Punjab has given the approval for the distribution of free bags among students.
Punjab Teachers Union (PTU) demand a 20% increase in salaries
Government is serious towards education: Senator Qayyum
Chairman Senate Standing Committee on Defence Production, Gen (retd) Abdul Qayyum, said that both the government and the private sector are committed towards quality education provision.
Grant of more than 40 billion for education department is shared for approval in Punjab assembly
Opposition rejects the financial cut, and says increase in education budget stats are incorrect.
The budget allocated for education this year was less than what it was allocated in the first year of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz’s (PML-N’s) government, a budgetary allocation analysis by The Express Tribune revealed.
Intermediate practical exams to start from tomorrow
Non-abiding private schools forgiven, will not pay fines worth Rs 0.2 million
Five private schools who were not following government’s orders were fined Rs 0.2 million but are now forgiven since the principals of these schools have apologised for not giving summer vacations to their students.
37 schools emptied in district Multan over flood warnings
Punjab Government has emptied several schools in district Multan over flood warnings.
Rights demanded for principals of public colleges
Principal Wallayat Hussain College said that colleges ensure balance in the society.
Remaining non-salary budget amount given to High Schools
After Express News raised this issue, high schools are now going to be given Rs 0.18 millions. Before this, high schools were given just Rs 40,000.
1400 teachers to be appointed in 120 colleges
Director College, Sarfaraz Ahmed said that teachers are going to be appointed in 120 colleges of Gujranwala region.
Prison established right next to Girls College
Several human rights group have protested against the establishment of a prison right next to a girls college in Malakwal.
Schoolteachers reiterate demand of 20 percent pay raise
Punjab public school teachers have yet again demanded the provincial government to grant them 20 percent pay raise.Talking to Daily Times on Sunday, representatives of Punjab Teachers Union (PTU) Sajjad Kazmi Group have demanded Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Finance Minister Ishaq Dar to accept their demand of a pay raise.
CTP delivered road safety lectures to 5,000 students
Lahore Chief Traffic Officer (CTO) Rai Ijaz Ahmad Friday said that the City Traffic Police (CTP) delivered road safety lectures to more than 5,000 thousand students at d50 educational institutions during the first ten days of holy fasting month of Ramazan. The chief traffic officer said that students took keen interest in the road safety lectures which would help decrease traffic rules violation.
Orders given to renovate old school buildings during summer vacations
Deputy Commissioner, Talat Gondal has issued a notification to renovate old school buildings during the ongoing summer vacations.
Summer camps, classes have started at Laboratory Higher Secondary Schools
Teachers waiting for stipend for exam duties
During who performed duties during Punjab Examination Commission (PEC) exams are still to be given stipend.
PEF schools given till June 13 to submit students’ records
Appointment of teachers in schools continues
50% of the work related to appointing teachers has been completed.
Laptops distributed amongst four blind students for academic achievements
Five middle schools upgraded to high, one school upgraded to higher secondary
MPA Chaudry Rafaqat Gujjar said that on his request, CM Punjab has upgraded several schools in PP-102.
Nine school principals given show-cause notice in Gujranwala
Due to a high dropout rate and poor performance of schools, the education department has given a show-cause notice to nine school principals and has started an investigation under the PEEDA Act.
Elementary School Educators Merit list
The merit of elementary school educators has been made available on the website.
Teachers union demand establishment of elementary education board
In order to ensure cheating free examinations, teachers union has demanded establishing an elementary education board.
Matric, FA, FSc results to be announced soon
Government making serious efforts for provision of education
General Abid ul Qayum stated in Chakwal that the government was making a serious effort for the provision of quality education in the country.
Poor quality materials used in the construction of School
In the construction of High School Chungamera, it was founded that poor quality materials were used.
Complete Story: http://www.nawaiwaqt.com.pk/E-Paper/islamabad/2017-06-11/page-4
Education to 22 billion children
Khursheed Ahmad in Lahore stated that the Government has made arrangements for provision of education to 22 billion children in the country.
Education budget 5% of GDP
Adeeb Jawodani demanded in Lahore that the government should reserve 5% of the GDP for education.
Upgradation of Schools
Chami schools have been approved for upgradation, stated Pir Makhdoom Jhania.
Important staff missing in Girls High School
In Kallar Sayyadan’s Girls High School of Nala Musalmana, there is a lack of important teaching staff.
Complete Story: http://www.nawaiwaqt.com.pk/E-Paper/islamabad/2017-06-10/page-4
Faults in the newly-built school
The newly-built high school in Murree for Girls has plenty of faults in its structure.
Complete Story: http://www.nawaiwaqt.com.pk/E-Paper/islamabad/2017-06-10/page-4
Pakistan Awareness Programme
Mobile University units have been delivering lectures in various schools across Lahore.
Director colleges pays surprise visit to different colleges
The government will revolutionize education, health sectors: Sheikh Iqbal
Construction of Police station on Madrassa land
Haji Sarang Khan demanded in Hyderabad that the construction of Police station on a land belonging to a Madrassa must be stopped.
Education department and biometrics systems
The education department has made the biometrics system into an outlet to earn money.
Women teaching for free
Near Samaroo a women has been imparting education for free since the school in the area was closed due to lack of proper school officials by the education department.
Despite billions of rupees being spent on the education sector, 55 per cent children aged between five and 16 in Sindh are out of school, it emerged on Sunday. Among the out-of-school children, 61pc are girls, reflecting a disturbing gender disparity in school education.
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SHC is not satisfied with the report on illegal appointments in education department
SHC issued show cause notice to applicant Mumtaz Ali and former minister of education Pir Mazhar ul Haq
Teachers protest against non-payment of salaries
On behalf of Primary Teachers Rights Forum, teachers protested in front of press club.
Notice should be taken regarding usage of poor quality material for building schools
Chairman Union Committee 84 Hyderabad, Mehfooz Gadi said that poor quality material is being used to rebuild schools and strict action should be taken against those involved in this matter.
Civil society calls for child labour survey
According to SPARC's annual State of Pakistan's Children Report some 22.6 million children are still out of school in the country. This is in direct contradiction to Article 25-A of the constitution under which every Pakistani child between 5-16 years of age has the right to free and compulsory education. It has been over seven years since this law was passed and there still remain glaring gaps in its implementation, especially considering the plight of millions of children working as child laborers in various industries across the country.
Complete Story: http://dailytimes.com.pk/e-paper/2017-06-12/lahore/12190/90767
Former education minister and other educational officers given show-cause notice
Due to illegal appointments in the education department, the supreme court has issued show-cause notices to former Sindh education minister, Peer Mazhar-Ul-Haq and education officer, Mumtaz-Ul-Haq.
Increase in Education budget is good
Intikhab Suri stated in Karachi that increase in Education budget is a good thing but false allegations need to be put a stop to.
Minhaj Education Seminar to start on Sunday in Karachi.
KP finances: a review
World Child Labour Day
Are we making real efforts for the quality education?
Students, parents suffer as authorities remain indifferent to demands of time —1
Agenda of grudge against education
Provincial Government and their unusal mentality
Children who have changed the world
Today’s Challenge: Current Education budget
The Bitter question: Pakistan’s future
Letters to the Editor
A student’s resolve
Cheating on Intermediate exams
Social problem of illiteracy
Intermediate annual Practical
Multan: The Intermediate Annual Practical will be held from tomorrow on 13th June 2017. The Controller Examination and other concerned officers will be visiting the examination centers.
LLB form Submission Schedule
Multan: Zakaria University Multan declared the schedule of LLB form submission. 2th of June is the last date to submit the forms of LLB part one two and three without late fees.
Zakaria University to extend 10 percent fees
Multan: Zakaria University has decided to increase 10 percent Student fees.
Protest against stoppage of Teachers salary
District Qamber: The Teacher Rights forum continued protests against stoppage of Teachers salary, alleging that salary was stopped due to mismanagement in biometric system.
Protest against Quaid e Azam University management
District Qamber: A protest was held by Zilo Sanwario Jidojahad committee against cancellation of admissions Baloch and Sindhi Students from the campus.
Protest against Quaid e Azam University
District Dadu: Sindhi Students Movement Taluka Mehar stood against Quaid e Azam University Management on termination of students from the campus.
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Karachi University cancels admission of 18 Students
Karachi: According to Director Admissions Karachi University admissions of 18 students, including 11 from morning and 7 from evening, have been cancelled after verification of their mark sheets.
Complete Story: https://jang.com.pk/epaper/329610
BSO continues protest on 33rd day
Quetta: The member of Balochistan Students Organisation and others continued hunger strike on 33rd day against the Vice Chancellor of Balochistan University.
Need to ensure teacher’s attendence
Pasheen: The District Chairman Provincial Secretary Information Pashtookhuwa Mili Awami Party Mr. Muhammad Essa Khan Roshaan has said there is need to ensure teachers attendence in Educational institutes for improvement of education.
Complete Story: http://dailyazadiquetta.com/epaper/m/33897/593d8ffb6dc82
No place for Ghost teachers in District Ziyarat: DC
Ziyarat: Seventh convention of District Education Group was held under president ship of Deputy Commissioner Ziyarat Mr. Sayed Muhammad Afzal Khosti. It was decalred that no conmromise will be tolerated on standards of eduaction and there is no place for Ghost teachers in the district.
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Education system in Balochistan University is lumping
Quetta: The Provincial Vice President BSO Pachar Mr. Abdul Kareem Baloch is opined that education system in Balochistan University is lumping.
Demand for favorable Educational atmosphere for poor students
Quetta: The Central President Senior Educational Staff Association Mr. Abdul Ghafar Kadezai has demdned to erase mismanagemet from educational institutes and there should be favorable educational atmosphere for poor students.
Library Science National Conference at Peshawar University
Peshawar: A three days National Conference of Library Science Peshawar University will be starting from 15th june 2017.
International Conference at Peshawar University
Peshawar: A three days International Conference under Economics Department at Peshawar University will be held from 17th August.
Shortage of drinking water in College
Bajor Agency: The Government Degree College Khaar is facing acute shortage of safe drinking water.
Online registration in Engineering University
Peshawar: Online Registration of entry test of Engineering University and ETA will be completed today.
Closing Government Schools in failure of Government: Qazi Asad
Hari Pur: The former Provincial Minister for Higher Education Qazi Muhammad Asad has said that closing of Government Schools is failure of education emergency and Government; it is snatching rights from Students.