Enrolment drive in GGPS Railway quarters
The enrolment drive has begun in the GGPS railway quarters and gifts were distributed among the children.
Additional Secretary orders to visit schools
The additional secretary has ordered the district education officer female to visit different schools of the area.
2 Day Conference ends in IT University
A two day international conference has concluded at the IT University.
No shortage of textbooks
The Elementary and Secondary Education Department Khyber Pakhtunkhwa spokesman while clarifying a news item here Tuesday said that there was no shortage of textbooks in schools of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and all schools were opened in the province.
Complete Story: http://pakobserver.net/2016/04/13/no-shortage-of-textbooks/
Propaganda against Deeni Madaaris
Akhtar Ali said that propaganda against deeni madrasa is the agenda of non-Muslim countries.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/peshawar/2016-04-13/page-3
Survey for free education of prisoners
Zaryab Mussarat said survey is conducting for providing free education to the prisoners of Dera Ismail Khan.
English syllabus for class 5th not issued yet
The opposition leader has expressed his deep concerns saying that the syllabus for the 5th class English has not been issued yet.
Educational Institutes demanded in Barshor Toba Kakri
The civil society in Barshor Toba Kakri has asked to open educational institutes in the area.
Extra-Curricular books being taught in some schools
Action has been sought against schools who are teaching extra-curricular books.
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/04-13-2016/Quetta/page2.asp
Professional allowance for college teachers is the goal
The progressive panel has said that it is their goal to get professional allowance for the college teachers.
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/04-13-2016/Quetta/page3.asp
Raids at different educational institutions
The education officers raided different institutions and were furious at the absent teachers.
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/04-13-2016/Quetta/page3.asp
Action against absent teachers
The DEO female has said that action would be taken against the absent teachers of the Government Girls High School Habibzai.
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/04-13-2016/quetta/page7.asp
Deeni Madaaris are the fortresses of Islam
The religious leaders have urged that the Deeni Madaaris are the fortresses of Islam and they’ll protect them at all cost.
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/04-13-2016/quetta/page11.asp
Strike in AJK on student torture
All businesses, Educational Institutes, offices and banks remained closed due to general strike in Kashmir against attacks on Kashmiri students.
Civil Society and opposition have legally challenged the educational budget
Civil Society and opposition have challenged the educational budget in the court; Next appeal will be on 14th April.
SC directs PMDC to submit details of facilities to Medical & Dental Colleges
The Supreme Court on Tuesday directed the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) to submit details of facilities provided by medical and dental colleges and teaching hospitals. The three-member bench of the apex court headed by Justice Mian Saqib Nisar heard the sumoto case over killing of 90 persons in a cardiology hospital in Lahore. The court also issued notices to all four provincial Advocate Generals and sought assistance in this regard. The court also sought report regarding registration of patients in hospitals.
Difficulty in getting admissions
Parents continue protest for not giving admission to their children in federal schools.
Complete Story: http://www.nawaiwaqt.com.pk/E-Paper/islamabad/2016-04-13/page-3
Cheema urges donors to help ensure jobs for skilled youth
NAVTTC Executive Director Zulfiqar Ahmad Cheema has urged donors and organizations providing assistance for employment must come forward and help ensure jobs and employments for the skilled youth. Speaking at a meeting of donors and foreign experts on vocational training, Cheema said hundreds of youth had been trained under National Vocational & Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC), whose complete details were placed on the website of its Job Placement Center.
Roots IVY holds impressive Graduation Ceremony
After completing 28 glorious years of success and achievements, high achievers’ of Roots Ivy International/ Roots School System DHA1 Flagship campus Islamabad got together to celebrate the outstanding success stories and achievements of the graduating class of 2016 at Jinnah Convention Center Islamabad with great honor and pride together with all the students, proud parents, honorable guests of honor, members of the diplomatic community, social dignitaries of Islamabad & Rawalpindi, corporate society, heads of NGOs, educationists, media and members of Rotary International.
Govt. working for improving standard of education: Tariq
Minister of State for Capital Administration and Development Division Dr Tariq Fazal Chaudhary Tuesday said that government was working on improving standard of education. Addressing a workshop for training of Master Trainers on Assessment as a chief guest organized by the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Islamabad (FBISE), the minister said that Prime Minister, Muhammad Nawaz Sharif was paying special attention to promote education sector.
NUML, Belarus agree to coop in education sector
National University of Modern Languages (NUML) and Republic of Belarus Tuesday agreed to enhance mutual cooperation and collaboration in education sector and promote bilateral students exchange program. It was decided during a meeting between Rectors/Vice chancellors from the Republic of Belarus universities and officials of the NUML here.
AKP, Riphah University sign agreement
The Al Khidmat Foundation Pakistan (AKP) and Riphah University have signed an agreement to launch a research study. The research study will be conducted with regard to protection against calamities in Peshawar district. AKP General Secretary Dr. Mushtaq Ahmad Mangat and Dean Riphah University Dr. Amanullah signed the agreement at Al Khidmat office in Rawalpindi.
Research-based mechanism can help overcome Energy, Environment issues
Academicians and experts at an international conference held here on Tuesday at Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) called for developing research-based indigenous mechanism to overcome energy and environment-related-issues. They also underlined the need of initiating dialogue process at relevant forums and strengthening international collaboration to address socio-economic issues. For sustainable development, environment-related issues much be kept in view, they added.
Master trainers important for sound education system: Minister
Minister of State for Federal Education Baligh-ur-Rehman on Tuesday said that one could not deny the importance of training of the master trainers. They have an important role to play in building the base of a sound educational system. He was speaking as chief guest at the workshop for training of Master Trainers on Assessment in the auditorium of Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education here.
Students playing important role in progress of Country: Ahsan
Federal Minister for Planning Development and Reforms, Ahsan Iqbal, Tuesday said the government was committed to make Pakistan an ‘Asian Tiger’ and one of the 10 major economies of the world. Addressing the inaugural ceremony of Cluster Centers in connection with the Vision 2025 at Punjab University, he said that Pakistan was making progress with every passing day, adding the biggest power of the country was the youth.
Students still deprived of free books
The students of the federal schools have still not received the free books. National Book Foundation and Federal Directorate of Education are playing blame games over this issue.
Literacy rate remains stagnant at 60%
Pakistan could not improve its literacy level in the previous fiscal year that remained stagnant at 60% despite spending about Rs600 billion while people’s perception about their well-being largely remained unchanged, an official survey shows. The overall literacy rate of 60% in 2014-15 is the same as in the 2012-13 survey, showed results of the Pakistan Social and Living Standards Measurement Survey, carried out by the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS).
Double standards: Student barred from Islamic Studies Viva
A 13-year-old Christian student from Jaranwala was barred from sitting the Islamic Studies viva exam, as part of the middle school annual examinations conducted by the Punjab Education Commission, on March 29. Passing the Islamic Studies exam, a compulsory subject, is a requirement for promotion to the next grade.
Aitcheson College bags nine awards at Harvard MUN
An Aitcheson College Lahore team bagged the best small delegation, six best delegate and two outstanding diplomacy awards at a Model United Nations conference arranged by Harvard University in China, says a press statement.
Pakistan Schools Conference held
Building students’ capacity to understand how they think and become ‘self-aware learners’ is likely to bring about marked and sustained improvement in their educational achievement, according to experts at the Pakistan Schools Conference, hosted by Cambridge International Examinations in Lahore Tuesday.
Providing free education is a state’s responsibility
Khursheed Ahmed said Provision of free education to people is the utmost responsibility lies on state despite the fact government announced lowest budget for education.
Delay in results of educators post
Candidates announces to conduct protest against delay in test announcement of educators post by NTS .
Protest by students of Gov. Post Graduate College, Chakwal
Students of Gov. Post Graduate College, Chakwal protested against the negligence of examination authority in paper checking.
Complete Story: http://www.nawaiwaqt.com.pk/E-Paper/islamabad/2016-04-13/page-4
Student of Grade I brutally tortured by teacher
Teacher of Government Central Model School Retigon Road Lahore, brutally beaten a student for not learning the lesson.
Traffic rules awareness Camp
Traffic Police mobile learner van arranged a camp in GC University for creating awareness about traffic rules among students
Punjab University (PU) Department of History and Pakistan Studies organised two lectures on European crises and Ghadar movement. According to a press release, the lecture “Crisis in Europe: Threats, Challenges and Hopes” was delivered by Dr Agnieszha Kuszewsha, Professor of Political Science, University of Warsaw, Poland.
Complete Story: http://www.thenews.com.pk/print/112282-Lectures
Deadline extended for educators inductions
The deadline for the induction of the Educators teachers has been extended and the minimum NTS scored has been revised to 45%.
PU declares result
Punjab University has declared the results of the supplementary examinations of Masters in Economics, Kashmiriyat and Home Economics.
Students should adopt analytical approach
The minister for Planning and Development has urged the students to adopt analytical approach.
PEF help in polishing bright students
Through free education policies of PEF poor students get opportunity to change their fate.
Educational Conference was held at Lahore in collaboration with PEF, Federal columnist Union and Gov. School Association.
Workshop on production of Bio gas
HEC and Pakistan Science Foundation sponsored two days’ workshop on LG plants bio gas production in Govt. College University Lahore.
No linked with terrorism, Pakistan Ulema Council
A conference was held by Pakistan Ulema Council in which they explain Madrasas has no linkage with terrorism.
Poor repairing of educational institutions buildings
Poor repairing has been witnessed in the educational institutions of Rawalpindi.
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/04-13-2016/Pindi/pic.asp?picname=410.gif
Teachers should be part of debate for educational system’s improvement
The teachers should be part of the debate in order to fix the educational system and improve it in the future.
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/04-13-2016/Pindi/pic.asp?picname=10_26.gif
Buses demanded for Degree Colleges
The Muslim Students Federation has asked to run buses for the Government Degree Colleges for Girls and Boys as well.
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/04-13-2016/Pindi/pic.asp?picname=10_16.gif
Ban on teachers postings to be lifted
The ban on the postings of the teachers would be lifted next month.
Modern and religious education is compulsory for development of Muslims
Chief of the Jamia Naeemia has expressed that religious as well as modern education is compulsory for the development of the Muslims.
Leaders Group of Colleges working for the promotion of education
The director of the Leaders Group of Colleges has expressed that the group is working eminently for the promotion of education.
Talking education: Literacy Dept and Alif Ailaan take problems to MPA,s
Government of Sindh Education and Literacy Department (ELD), in collaboration with Alif Ailaan, has taken up the problems of the education system with the provincial lawmaker, during a meeting with education minister Nisar Khuhro on Tuesday.
Graduation Ceremony: KU Convocation to be held on April 16
University of Karachi (KU) registrar Professor Dr Moazzam Ali Khan has announced that the university’s annual convocation for 2015 will be held on Saturday, April 16 at KU’s Valika Ground at 4pm. Rehearsals for the convocation will be held at the same venue on April 15 at 9:30am. The students have been asked to reach the site by 9am on the rehearsal day.
Research Culture pivotal for academic growth
Universities have this duty to invite these corporate executives to our departments and bridge the gap between the academia and the corporate sector. Students must be clear about their goal and purpose of this education and focus on their respective field to serve the nation.
Up gradation of Government College Kaali Muri, Hyderabad
Resolution has been passed for changing Government College Kaali Muri, Hyderabad into University.
Complete Story: http://www.nawaiwaqt.com.pk/E-Paper/karachi/2016-04-13/page-1
Senior Sindh Minister for education and parliamentary affairs, Nisar Ahmed Khuhro said that bio-metrics system would be installed to monitor enrollments and attendance of students in schools in the province. He said this while replying to questions asked in writing and verbally by members during answers and questions session on the floor of Sindh Assembly on Tuesday. “The schools Adoption Policy has been introduced to improve the schools management system in the province, “ he said.
Turning a Century: Sindh Assembly assents to upgrading Hyderabad Public College to Varsity
The Muttahida Qaumi Movement's (MQM) long-standing demand for establishment of a public sector university in Hyderabad seemed to have borne fruit on Tuesday as the Sindh Assembly passed a unanimous resolution for upgrading Government College Kali Mori, Hyderabad to a university to mark the institution’s 100 years of foundation.
Z.A Nizami Block inaugurated at SSUET
The chancellor of the Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology (SSUET), Jawaid Anwar, on Tuesday inaugurated the Z.A Nizami Block at the university campus. Talking about the former chancellor of the university, Anwar said Zilley Ahmed Nizami was a man of his words who used to take decisions on merit and always owned his commitments.
Death of student becomes a mystery
The death of the student of Hamdard University has become a mystery amid different claims by parents and university administration.
No classes at KU On 15th and 16th
There would be no classes at the Karachi University on 15th and 16th April due to the convocation ceremony.
Pakistani student gets Gold Medal in Australia
A Pakistani student got the gold medal in mathematics competition in Australia.
NIM delegate visits Department of Information
A delegate from the National Institute of Management visited the department of Information.
Jinnah University for Women delegate meets the Corps Commander
The delegate from the Jinnah University for Women meets the Corps Commander Karachi and discussed the security situation in the country and specifically Karachi.
Thousands of Children deprived of free books, Uniform
Thousands of street children do not have books and uniforms and lack the basic facilities.
Government College Kali Mori to be upgraded to University
The Sindh assembly passed the bill that has suggested upgrading the Government College Kali Mori to the university status.
Sindh University Teachers Association’s Black Day
The teachers association of the Sindh University has announced to observe black day against appointment of the Pro-VC.
AIOU exams from 26th
The examination of the Allama Iqbal Open University will begin from the 26th of April.
Madaaris exams from 23rd April
The examination of the Madaaris would be held on the 23rd of April.
Rally by Students in Larkana
Students of Quaid awam Engineering College, Larkana conducted a rally against college for not providing basic facilities.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/karachi/2016-04-13/page-2
Past vs Future By ‘Muhammad Shoaib’
My cousins, studying at one of the most elite school, told me that their school’s library had a handful of books while there were more computers. They said they were supposed to read e-books on these computers but most children just surfed sites and played games there. I was deeply saddened to know, they did not like reading but watched movies. On a field trip, their school was taking them to a cinema to show the latest Batman movie.
Complete Story: http://pakobserver.net/2016/04/13/past-vs-future/
Illiteracy breeds poverty By ‘Unzila Huda’
When politicians rob, steal and siphon wealth out of the country, inflation takes place. The question is not poverty but illiteracy. Education is more important than food because education can improve the future of the coming generations. People sleep hungry in America also, Steve Job used to sleep on floor in the college and sell coke cans to buy food. He would walk miles every Thursday to eat free food given in Hindu Shrine. It’s ironically in Pakistan because there is illiteracy in the nation; people don’t use the right to vote intelligently, leading to poor choice of leaders who don’t care about improving the deplorable condition of the poor.
Complete Story: http://pakobserver.net/2016/04/13/illiteracy-breeds-poverty/
Professional beggars outside of Karachi University By ‘Zainab Abbasi’
The number of Street Beggars is increasing day by day in our City. Especially Outside of Karachi University many Beggars who daily create problems for every student walking and waste our time by blocking our way. They are now professional beggars. Sometimes they steal bags and water bottles of students.
Our education system By ‘Marwah Jairal’
Education plays an important role towards political stability, economic development and social progress, it realizes the people their national rights and duties. But under-developed education system of Pakistan has created many evils in the country. According to most experts inadequate funding, parallel education systems, disparities and non-practical training's and research system have lead education to standards in Pakistan.
Complete Story: http://nation.com.pk/letters/13-Apr-2016/our-education-system
Suicide of the student
The suicide of the student is a point to ponder for the whole nation despite of the fact that unusual incidents are norm here now.
Letters to the Editor
School education is at the verge of destruction
The school education is at the verge of destruction owing to poor system and bad management by the concerned departments.
Security of educational institutions
The security of the educational institutions had never been the priority of the authorities prior to December 2014 APS attacks.
Our education system
Education plays an important role towards political stability, economic development and social progress, it realizes the people their national rights and duties. But under-developed education system of Pakistan has created many evils in the country.
Complete Story: http://nation.com.pk/letters/13-Apr-2016/our-education-system
Enrollment campaign in Government Girls Primary School Railway Quarters
Peshawar: Enrollment campaign has started at Government Girls Primary School Railway Quarter, a ceremony was held in which students presented Skits, National Anthem & Naat Khawani. The Sub Divisional Education Officer Miss Safia Amin was the Chief Guest who said that it’s our duty to give admission to 4 years children in schools. She also distributed prizes among the students in the ceremony.
Daily Subh, Peshawar, Page No.3
Daily Mashriq, Peshawar, Page No.2
Enrollment campaign walks under a Government School
Charsadda: The teachers and students of the Government Primary School No.2 Rajjar hold enrollment campaign walk. The students, teachers and elected representatives of the area participated in the walk and hold door to door campaign to convince the parents for their child’s admission in the school. On this occasion the teachers of the government primary school No.2 Syed Raza Shah said the education is the basic right of the children.
Complete Story: http://www.naibaat.com.pk/pre/peshawar/Page03.aspx
Mardan: Enrollment campaign walks under Government Primary School Bulandi
Mardan: The teachers and students of the Government Primary School Bulandi hold enrollment campaign walk. The students, teachers and elected representatives of the area participated in the walk and hold door to door campaign to convince the parents for their child’s admission in the school. On this occasion the Head Master of the government primary school Bulandi Iftikhar Ali, PTC Chairman Zahid Gul and others said the education is the basic right of the children and primary education has very special important position in the life.
Complete Story: http://peshawar.ausaf.pk/?cat=10
No shortage of textbooks in schools, department has already provided 42.4 million free textbooks: spokesperson Education Department
Peshawar: The Elementary and Secondary Education Department Khyber Pakhtunkhwa spokesman, while clarifying a news item here Tuesday said that there was no shortage of textbooks in schools of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and all schools were opened in the province. The spokesman in a press statement said the department has already provided 42.4 million free textbooks out of total demand of 45.8 million to government schools, while delivery of remaining books would be completed in this month. It further clarified the schools have been opened across the province and all teaching staff were on their duty.
Complete Story: Peshawar, Page No.4
Katlung: Enrollment campaign walks under Government Higher Secondary School Dheri Katlung
Katlung: The teachers and students of the Government Higher Secondary School Dheri Katlung hold enrollment campaign walk. The students, teachers and elected representatives of the area participated in the walk and hold door to door campaign to convince the parents for their child’s admission in the school. On this occasion the Principal of the Government Higher Secondary School Dheri Katlung Said Akbar was leading the walk along with teachers Mufti Aseem Khan, Ameer Nawab, Raheem Khan, Nazim Raj Wali, Nazim Siraj, Peasant Councilor Sardar Bacha and other. The participant said the education is the basic right of the children and education is light which bright our country.
Complete Story: Daily Awam-un-Nas, Peshawar, Page No.2
Pabbi: Awareness about enrollment campaign Walk in Pabbi Amaan Kot
Katlung: The teachers and students of the Government Primary School Aman Kot, Pabbi hold enrollment campaign walk. The students, teachers and elected representatives of the area participated in the walk and hold door to door campaign to convince the parents for their child’s admission in the school. On this occasion the Head Master of the Government Primary School Aman Kot, Pabbi Abdul Aleem, the parents and School PTC members also participated in the walk. The SCEO Yousaf Shah leads Awareness enrollment campaign walk and said on this occasion that it is our joint duty to enroll the child in schools and parents admit their child in the school. The participant displayed banners and play cards in their hand. The SDEO further said there is no expenses needed from the parents as the government provided the books free of cost to students along with free education.
Complete Story: Daily Surkhab, Peshawar, Page No.3
Usage of substandard material in girl’s school construction
Jandool: A substandard material was used in government girls higher secondary school Manda Musa Abad the boundary walls fallen and cracks was occurred in different places of the building.
Complete Story: Daily Akhbar-e-Khyber, Peshawar, Page No.3
Wadh High school students still deprived of text books
District Khuzdar: Leader of Tehsil Education committee Mr. Muhammad Abdullah Mengal along with other officials visited Government High school wadh and found Head-Master absent from duty. Committee members visited all class rooms. Senior teacher Mr. Tariq Baloch and Shams-ul-haq Mengal briefed the committee about teachers & class room’s scarcity. They said text books are still unavailable in school which is problematic for both teachers and students.
Raids by Education officials over different schools; showed anger over absenteeism of teachers
District Quetta: The DEO Female Madam Rahella Mir & DDEO Male Chalton town Mr. Gul Muhammad Kakar visited different schools on directions of Additional Secretary Education Mr. Hayat Khan Kakar. Both the officials showed anger over absenteeism of teachers and principals in schools. They said school timings for opening and closing are disturbed from schedule. They warned teachers and principals to be punctual of time otherwise salaries will be stopped.
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/04-13-2016/Quetta/page3.asp
Salaries should be issued to NTS teachers: Qadir Raisani
District Kachhi: The Government Teachers Association District Kachhi chairman, Mr. Qadir Bux Raisani along with other officials said that due to negligence of treasury department NTS pass teachers are still wondering over roads and protesting for salaries and their legitimate rights. They said due to delay in salaries issuance NTS teachers are facing financial predicaments. Education department and treasury department should diminish objections and should issue salaries of teachers.
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/04-13-2016/Quetta/page7.asp
Government Educational institutions of Panjgoor deprived of text books
District Panjgoor: 20 days have been passed of new Educational year, but still educational institutions are deprived of text books and other basic facilities like furniture and potable water. The Government is campaigning about admission increase while on the other hand non-providence of text books to schools is regrettable. Parent’s resources and student’s precious time is going astray.
Complete Story: Daily Mashriq Quetta, Page No. 6
Balochistan future is associated with educated youth: Senator Saif Magsi
District Quetta: The PPP leader Senator Mr. Saif Magsi said former Prime Minister Mr. Yousif Razza Gillani started project for talented students of Balochistan for their moral & financial support which is closed by present Government, which is claiming for Educational emergency and Educational development. He said current Government is not serious in Baluchistan Educational development and prosperity which is visible from its projects and policies. He added Baluchistan future is associated with Educated/literate youth.
Complete Story: Daily Aazadi Quetta, Page No. 3
Citizens protest against corporeal punishment to students
District Rahim Yar Khan: The teacher of Government Primary School Sadiq-a-bad neglected the slogan of Punjab Chief Minister ‘’Mar Nahi Piar’’ must be adopted to educate students. The Local citizens protested and demanded from higher authorities to take strict actions against the teachers.
Complete Story: Daily Ausaf, Multan, Page No. 9
Daily Khabrain, Multan, Page No. 11
Government School set on fire
District Dara Ghazi Khan: Ms. Madam Shamim Akhtar, the Head Teacher of Government Primary School Jhok Gul Khttu reported that there were dispute between two tribes and they were receiving threats from a year to close the school. Yesterday unknown persons set the school on fire and which results loss to government building, furniture and students as well. She requested higher authorities for her protection and take strict actions.
Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Multan, Page No. 8
Shortage of teachers in Elementary School
District Bahawalpur: The Government Elementary School Chanab Rasool Pur have only three teachers for hundreds students, while the local community protested and requested the District Coordination Officer-Bahawalpur to appoint new teacher against the vacant posts.
Complete Story: Khabrain, Multan, Page No. 7
Daily Ausaf, Multan, Page No. 2
Show cause notices to ghost teachers
District Rahim Yar Khan: As per the monitoring report of District Monitoring Officer, District Education Officer-Elementary issued show cause notice to 52 teachers absent from different schools or closed the school before time and taking illegal fee from the students.
Complete Story: Daily Dunya, Multan, Page No. 1
Teachers protest for salary
District Matiari: Teachers from Matiari held protest, on the call of Teachers Action Committee, declaring that salary was not issued for past 12 months.
Thieves take away laptops from school
District Sijawal: The unidentified thieves took away seven Laptops from the Government Girls High School Sijawal, by breaking its iron grill.
NTS pass teachers protest against nonpayment of salary
District Larkana: The NTS test Pass Teachers from Larkana held protest strike against nonpayment of salary, for past thirteen months. They demanded from opening of their IDs and releasing of salary.
School admission movement
District Shikarpur: The Social Organization RSU, ITA and Education Department held a movement rally for admissions in Schools. The rally was attended a huge number of citizens and students.
Education Movement rally for school admission
District Khairpur Mirs: The Taluka Education Officer and P.T Alif members held a movement rally for admission in schools, focusing that parents should enroll their children in government schools.
60 lac children deprived of education in Sindh
Hyderabad: According to the National Database Registration Authority only one coror and ten lac children are registered in Schools, but according to the record of Sindh Government 42 lac children are getting education in Schools, whereas the remaining 60 lac are deprived of getting education and remain engaged in labor work.
Directorate Private Schools fails to take action against Private Schools
Karachi: The Directorate Private Schools has failed to take action against the unregistered Private Schools. The monitoring committee was formed to generate report against the private schools, but that could not present the report after four months.
Complete Story: Daily Nawa-e-Waqt, Page No 3
Primary School dysfunctional since years
District Shikarpur: The Government Primary School, village Bahram Khan Mahar is dysfunctional, since years, due to carelessness of the higher authorities. The education officer and supervisors did not take any notice of its closure.
Primary School dysfunctional for past five years
District Dadu: The government Primary School, village Sadiq Machi, near Taluka warih is dysfunctional for past five years, due to disappearing of contractor.
Complete Story: Daily Kawish, Page no. 3