Teachers protest for not getting duties during board examinations
Primary teachers have decided to protest for not being assigned invigilation duties during board examinations.
Implementation of building code in state-run schools stressed
Speakers at a workshop on Thursday called for strictly implementing the buildings code in construction of school buildings to ensure safety of the schoolchildren.
Only 58% of K-P development budget utilised
Elementary and secondary education department has spent 56 per cent of its allocation.
Infrastructural facilities inaugurated at Municipal Inter College
District Nazim Peshawar, Asim Khan has said that funds will be spent towards building infrastructural facilities at Municipal Inter College for Boys, Wazir Bagh.
Student of class 8th, Romaan Khan, has gained 2nd position in his final examinations.
Girls College at Dera Murad Jamali does not have a proper building
Representative PPP Central Executive Committee, Sadiq Umrani accused the government for their incompetency and mentioned the condition of Girls College at Dera Murad Jamali.
Roof of Government Primary School destroyed due to strong winds
Due to strong winds, the roof of Government Primary School has been destroyed and students are forced to study under the open sky.
The situation of education is similar to Thar desert: Islami Jamiat Talba
Nazim Quetta, Nadeem Baloch during a session of Islami Jamiat Talba, said that the situation of education in Balochistan is similar to Thar desert.
SLS School celebrates ‘Don’t cut trees’
Students of Sadeeqa’s Learning System (SLS) Montessori & High School, Satellite Town senior branch celebrated the theme of their term ‘Respect for All’ by dedicating a programme to forests, says a press release.
Society takes notice of seizing school
RDA has issued a notice to the owner of a housing society for seizing a school.
Scouting disciplines our students: Raheela Durrani
During a prize distribution ceremony of Pakistan’s Boys Scouts Association in a college in Islamabad, speaker Balochistan Assembly, Raheela Durrani, said that scouting leads to disciplined students.
Panel formed to oversee schools admissions
The Capital Administration and Development Division (CADD) has set up a seven-member committee to oversee admissions to the government schools in the Islamabad Capital Territory.
Beaconhouse holds high achiever’s ceremony
The Beaconhouse School System, Northern Region recently held its High Achievers Ceremony at the Jinnah Convention Centre Islamabad.
Data of Out-of-school children to be collected by female teachers
The government has handed over the responsibility of collecting data of out-of-school children between the ages of 5-9 years in Punjab to female teachers.
Muhammad Moiz Irfan has gained 5th position in Class 5th examinations, conducted by Lahore Board.
‘80,000 brick kiln workers’ children getting free education’, minister
Schools Education Minister said that the government has paved way for complete elimination of child labor from the brick kiln industry through sustained reforms aiming at providing free education to these children.
Complete story: https://issuu.com/abidoon/docs/epaper-lhr_14-04-17/6
Modern education termed crucial for prosperity
In the age of information technology, modern education has become crucial for students to enable them meet international standards in science and technology. Deputy Commissioner Ali Akbar Bhatti stated during a visit to Govt Girls High School People’s Colony here the other day.
Government schools marginally outshine private ones
The students of government schools outshined those of private schools in the Grade-5 and Grade-8 examinations conducted by the Punjab Examination Commission (PEC) as per the results of the exams.
50 exceptional students awarded
Pakistan Rangers Academy Commandant Col Asghar Niazi congratulated the 50 students who secured 90 percent and above marks in 9th and 10th class examinations.
Complete Story: http://nation.com.pk/E-Paper/Lahore/2017-04-14/page-22/detail-9
Pakistan advised to invest in education to boost economy
Brian McEnery, President Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) shed lights on the future need of accountancy professionals.
Sialkot colleges lack librarians for decades
A period of two decades has passed but the libraries of 20 out of 22 government colleges have been running out of librarians putting a question mark on the performance of the Education Department.
Private educational institutes consider encroachment as their right
Residents of Talangang are already facing stress due to heavy traffic and one of the private schools in the area have encroached the road in front of the school’s premises.
Complete Story: http://www.nawaiwaqt.com.pk/E-Paper/islamabad/2017-04-14/page-4
Progress inevitable only if education is at par with International standards: Dr Qadir Khan
Dr Abdul Qadir Khan, during a prize distribution ceremony at Abdul Qadir Khan Public School Green Town, said that he feels honoured that this school is amongst the top performing schools in Karachi.
Complete Story: http://www.nawaiwaqt.com.pk/E-Paper/karachi/2017-04-14/page-3
Countrywide schools reached a total of 3 lacs
After an increase of 35,000 schools this year, there are now 3 lac schools in the country.
Complete story: https://jang.com.pk/print/298595-todays-print-city-news
14 days left in the intermediate exams, examination centers still not finalized among other things: Officers have been not appointed on the posts of nazim and secretary examination due to which exam centers have not been finalized and admit cards have also not been issued yet.
Complete story: https://jang.com.pk/print/298414-todays-print
Higher officials meet with Math teachers’ association
Math Teachers’ association met with Nazim Examinations matric board and congratulated on the cheating free first round of examinations.
4 officers on remand for demolition of school in Soldier bazar: Judicial magistrate in the case regarding demolition of school handed over 4 police officials to CTD police for a 3 day remand.
Complete story: https://jang.com.pk/print/298423-todays-print
Complete story: https://jang.com.pk/print/298457-todays-print
The school that is no more
With high aims of spreading education, Sybil D’Abreo had built the Jufelhurst Government School on her own estate in 1931.
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