‘KP govt making all-out efforts to provide free, compulsory education to children’
The Adviser to chief minister for Information and Broadcasting and Higher Education Mushtaq Ahmad Ghani has claimed that provincial government was making out all efforts to provide free and compulsory education to boys and girls of the province. He was addressing a function as chief guest on Tuesday at University of Swat where he awarded need base scholarships to deserving students of the university under the banner of Higher Education Commission (HEC).
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Poets, writers protested against textbook board
The poets and writers in Mardan staged a protest demonstration against Textbook Board Peshawar for calling eminent figure Malik Kalu Khan a thief and robber in the English book of Class-IX.
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Parents of the students of Pak-Turk International Schools and Colleges on Tuesday criticised government’s plan to handover the education system to a Turkish non-profit organisation and warned of protest against the proposed move.
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Over 40 teachers appointed in Lower Dir
The elementary and secondary education department on Tuesday issued appointment orders of 42 teachers of different cadres.
Roots IVY wins National Robotics Championship for 4th time
The 6th National Robotics Championship 2016-17 was organised by STARFALL Foundation in February 2017 at National Library Auditorium Islamabad where teams from all over Pakistan competed to build, test and program an autonomous robot using Lego Mindstorms to solve a set of missions in the Robot Game.
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Matric examinations to start from 14th March
Matric Examination organised by the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) will start from 14th March this year.
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Experts call for fighting intolerance with peace education
Speakers at a conference here on Tuesday stressed on peace education in schools saying this could help address growing intolerance in the society by making the younger generation appreciate religious, cultural, and linguistic diversity.
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Low cost Christian Schools increasing literacy rate despite challenges
At least 13 percent of low cost Christian schools have no toilet facilities for the students in Pakistan’s largest province, whereas around half lack separate facilities for students.
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10,000 schools to go solar by year-end
Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif has approved shifting 10,000 schools across the province to solar energy by year-end, starting from southern Punjab.
Officials expose govt’s anti-education policies
No primary school is available for the children of 1,295 villages of Sialkot since the establishment of Pakistan thus a number of kids are out of schools as their parents are unable to afford exorbitant fees of private schools.
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School lacks electricity for three years
Govt Primary School for Boys in village Pehlwan Ka, Tariqabad area here has been deprived of electricity facility for the last three years in spite of the payment of the demand notice.
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Nations cannot progress without education: Adeeb Javedani
President All Pakistan Private School Management, Adeeb Javedani said that by working hard, students will be able to make their parents, teachers and their nation proud.
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Matric examinations starting from today
Matric examinations, organised by Lahore Examination board, will be starting from today.
Minority students of private schools are no less than others: Khalil Tahir Sindhu
Provincial Minister for Minority Affairs and Human Rights, Khalil Tahir Sindhu said that minority students are no less than other students studying in the same schools.
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299 madrassahs in Punjab are involved in sectarianism and terrorism: Ministry of Interior
After geotagging of around 13,000 madrassahs in Punjab, 299 of them were found to have been involved in sectarianism and terrorism according to a report by the Ministry of Interior.
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Christian schoolgirl fighting for life
A student of the Daanish school in Chishtian is fighting for her life at Lahore’s Services Hospital for the last two weeks after she suffered multiple wounds on the campus under mysterious circumstances.
Feudal lords behind the destruction of Sindh’s education system: Rasool Baksh Palejo
President Awami Tehreek Rasool Baksh Palejo said that Sindh’s education system is being ruined through a planned strategy and landlords and feudal lords are behind this.
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Pattern of examination papers will be updated soon: Professor Inam
Chairman Board of Intermediate Examination, Professor Inam Ahmed and Nazim Education, Muhammed Imran Khan Chisti said that in order to improve the learning of students, the quality of examination papers will be improved.
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Operation of Cadet College Larkana’s student completed in USA
Muhammed Ahmed, student of Cadet College Larkana who was tortured by his teacher, underwent a 6-hour operation in the USA.