FIRs lodged against teachers for refusing polio duty
KOHAT: The district administration registered FIRs against nine female and three male teachers for refusing to perform polio vaccination duty here on Thursday. The cases were registered in the cantonment police station following a complaint by Dr Sadiq Khan.
There was a time when Mughalkhel Government Primary School in Balya Maina union council, Hangu was abuzz with students, but then textbooks were replaced by FIRs and students with policemen.
No, it wasn’t a raid—more of a peaceful takeover.
Muslim High School Peshawar
A new Campus of Muslim High School City Campus by Muslim Education System established at Peshawar. School started working.
To complete HEC projects timely
Provincial Information minister Talked to HEC to complete their projects within time limits. He said that publically beneficial projects should be on priority.
MOU between Wali Khan University and American university
An MOU signed between Abdul Wlai Khan University and University of Missouri Kansas. Their objective is to collaborate in research. The faculty will be acknowledged.
Education campaign by Alif Ailaan
Alif Ailaan conducted a rally from High School Saryab Mill. The rally ended at school from streets and roads. Participants said that everyone should promote the education. Those nations who ranked higher than Pakistan, they give full attention to their education system.
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/03-20-2015/quetta/page2.asp
Pushtunkhwa Student Organization holding enrollment campaign at Zhob and Pishin Areas. They went door to door to talk to parents for enrolling their children.
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/03-20-2015/quetta/page2.asp
Grant to Girls Degree College
General Secretary PML-Q visited a Girls Degree College at Kharan. He announced one bus and one million for deserving students of college.
1.7 million OOSC
There are almost one hundred thousand children studying at 12-13 thousand schools in Balochistan. Almost 1.7 million children do not go to school.
To clear the posting and transfer policy for educational Institutions
Government Professors and lecturers Association demanded to make clear the policy of postings and transfer of teachers at educational institutions. They said that government should provide basic educational facilities to colleges.
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/03-20-2015/quetta/page3.asp
High Educational expenses from private schools
Private schools charging high regarding their monthly fees at Mastung. People are worried about it. They said Education Emergency delivering no positive output.
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/03-20-2015/quetta/page6.asp
UN special envoy for global education Gordon Brown announced on Wednesday a 1,000-school pilot project in Pakistan which will help access risk preparedness of educational institutions and draw up recommendations for school and community safety.
Rehman: The govt come up with an own-a-school programme and the business people will be welcome to adopt any of the govt schools.
HEC joins hands with Microsoft for connecting academic activities
Introducing modern way of organising and connecting academic activities in higher education institutions, the Higher Education Commission (HEC) and Microsoft have collaborated to create an online portal ‘National Event Management System (NEMS)’, developed by Xelleration Pakistan.
Education Watch: Capital missing curriculum development body
It has been over two years since the Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) began offering free education to students aged between 5 and 16 years, in light of the Free and Compulsory Education Act 2012. However, the FDE has failed to fully implement this act in true letter and spirit.
‘US embassy officials visited Roots Millennium Campus I-9/3, Islamabad’
Islamabad: Roots Millennium Schools’ flagship Millennium Campus I-9/3, Islamabad organized an award-giving ceremony to celebrate the acceptances into universities in the United States of America and Global Undergraduate Scholarships. US embassy’s Country Cultural Attaché, Judith Ravin was the chief guest of the occasion who was accompanied by US embassy, Senior Cultural Affairs Specialist, Nadia Kamran.
Some private schools closed ahead of parade
Some private schools in the capital have announced that their campuses in the capital will remain closed on Friday (today) and Monday. However, the closure will be for four days due to the weekend (Saturday and Sunday).
Examination system is considered as the main mechanism for regulating access to the next educational level for students but unfortunately examination system of Quaid-I-Azam University (QAU) is not up to the mark. The students of ICT colleges have been suffering since the colleges got affiliation with QAU in 2012.
Sports Week ends at City School
The Sports Week concluded here at The City School with a thrilling football match between two teams of Class 9 from the senior section, says a press release. The ground was exquisitely decorated with red, white and black flags and balloons
Three-day course for female writers concludes
A three-day course for women writers on vital issues of society concluded at Dawah Centre for Women (DCW) of the International Islamic University (IIU).
Rs53.9m for scholarships approved
PROVINCIAL Zakat Council has approved the release of Rs53.9 million under the head of educational scholarships for educational institutes and seminaries. This was decided at a meeting of Provincial Zakat Council presided over by Chairman Justice (R) Akhtar Hassan Thursday.
Seminary students get laptops
Speakers at a ceremony held to distribute laptops among the seminary students Thursday stressed that the seminaries were providing students with quality religious and contemporary education. Punjab Auqaf Minister Mian Ata Maneka was the chief guest at the ceremony held at Jamia Ashrafia as the first phase of distributing laptops among the outstanding students on the instructions of Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif.
Punjab University (PU) has not been able to conduct classes of its masters in music programme at the varsity due to security concerns since nine years. The classes have been held in the basement of Alhamra on The Mall following the introduction of the programme in 2006. The Punjab Arts Council had recently asked the university to vacate the space. The varsity administration has however been able to persuade the council to permit the continuation of classes for the time being.
Best research scholar award
FAISALABAD: Dr Khalid Mahmood Zia, associate professor of the Government College University, Faisalabad, has won the “HEC Best Young Research Scholar Award” in the field of Applied and Basic Sciences.
NGO gets control of 147 CDGL schools
LAHORE: The Education Wing of the City District Government of Lahore handed over the functional control of its 147 primary, middle and high schools to a leading non-governmental organisation under a memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed at the Town Hall here on Thursday.
Providing incentive for marking papers
Punjab teachers Union did successful dialogue with Chairman Education Board Rawalpindi. They discussed issue of incentive for marking papers in 2014. Chair main agreed to provide them incentive of marking with in ninety days.
Complete Story: http://www.nawaiwaqt.com.pk/E-Paper/islamabad/2015-03-20/page-4
Posting educators as primary teachers illegal
Sindh High Court banned posting of training educators as primary teachers. Court declared it illegal. Court asked for its explanation from secretary education.
The Walled City of Lahore Authority signed an MoU on Thursday with PunjabUniversity’s Institute of Communication Studies and Institute of Social and Cultural Studies on increasing youth participation in its activities. WCLA Director General Kamran Lashari said the authority aimed to involve the youth in its activities by signing the MoU.
The Children’s Literary Festival drew in a host of children on Thursday at the RaceCourse Park. The small enclosure was overrun by children from many government educational institutions.
The event was held in collaboration with the Open Society Foundation, the Idara Taleem-o-Agahi and the Oxford University Press.
KU teacher selected for international training
Karachi: Dr Samina Khalil, Associate Professor of the Applied Economics Research Centre, University of Karachi, has been selected in an international competition for an advanced training on Managing Risk in the Face of Climate Change by the Centre for Development Innovation (CDI),Wageningen UR, Netherland (Holland). She has been awarded full scholarship for the two weeks programme, which will be conducted at the CDI’s Thailand Center from 23rd March until 5th April, 2015.
The IBA: At 60, a world-class institution
To say that the sprawling main campus of the IBA was impressive would be a wee bit modest. As we entered the precincts of the Institute ofBusiness Administration (IBA), University of Karachi, we were left awestruck by the impressive VISUAL IMPACT of the academic and administrative blocks.
USAID, Sindh govt break ground at Karachi school
US Agency for International Development (USAID) Mission Director Gregory Gottlieb and Sindh Minister for Education Nisar Ahmed Khuhro broke ground at the Dumba Goth government school in Gadap Town on Thursday. The event kicked off USAID-funded school construction in Karachi under its Sindh Basic Education Programme (SBEP), said a statement issued by the Public Affairs Office of the US consulate.
Private schools across the province will remain open in the wake of strike calls, protests and days of mourning announced by religious and political parties. The Sindheducation department and different associations of private schools on Thursday have finally come to an agreement to address this long-standing concern of parents.
Minister seeks private sector’s support for promoting education
KARACHI: Minister of State for Education and Professional Training, Muhammad Balighur Rehman here on Thursday sought private sector’s support and involvement in promoting quality education, especially the basic literacy and vocational education in the country.
Same group behind grenade attacks on schools in city: Thebo
The grenade attacks outside private schools in Gulshan-e-Iqbal and North Nazimabad, last month and then two days ago, have been carried out by the same group, according to city police chief Ghulam Qadir Thebo.
Schools colleges not closing on funerals or Strikes
Provincial Education Minister had a meeting with private school associations. The agreed on no to close schools on any strikes. They will not close any school on call for strike by any political party.
Old schools about to collapse
Government high School, Khapro, established in 1964. School is in miserable conditions. Infrastructure is in sensitive condition.
To focus education of females
A political meeting held at Bilawal house. Chairman PPP said that we should focus on women education. He stressed on establishment of Women University at Sukkar. He said that teachers should be appointed on merit.
Standardized schools establishment no hiring of the technical consultant decision
After the reservations on the payment of the consultants in the 200 schools standardization of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa it was decided to not take any consultancy in this regard. As the actual cost involved in the standardization is 7 arab rupees & the 210 arab rupees served for the payment of consultant. According to the sources Board of Intermediate & Secondary education demanded 4.6 arab rupees for the provision of the facilities e.g. electricity, water, toilets, furniture, sports material, Library and Science Technology laboratories included to the Higher Secondary schools in first phase. In this regard for payment of the consultant reserved the extra amount in fund 210 million rupees:
Professors, Lecturers rejected tax deduction policy: Protest rally in Temar Garaha
Professors & Lecturers of the Government Colleges rejected the Federal Government Tax deduction policy & hold protest rally in front of Press Club Termar Garah. The Division President Professor Rafiullah and others said on this occasion that 60% Income Tax deduction totally injustice and education enemy policy:
Hangu, Government Primary School Balia Mena students future seems to be dark
During the survey of the government Primary School Balia Mena it is found that the condition of school building is very worst situation. There is only one teacher for the 64 students. Rooms & balconies need necessary repair. The building of the school was captured by the police from the four years. Only six months before the police station transferred to other place. The students of the schools studied before in one Hujrah in local place:
Engineering University Peshawar Transport closed from the three month students disturbed
Engineering University Peshawar transport closed from the three months students are disturbed. After the incident of the APS the serviced was stopped due to the security reason but still closed after the three months:
Complete Story: Daily Nai Baat, Peshawar, Page No.8
All teachers’ coordination council protest in favor of their demands
All Teachers coordination council hold protest rally in favor of their demands from Education Office Blambat to Temer Garha Press Club. Council announced sit down in front of Provincial Assembly on 25th March. Under the All Teachers coordination council Deer Payan another protest public meeting holds in front of District Education Officer’s office in which different teacher’s participated organizations. On this occasion the leaders of the Teachers Organizations said that the teachers’ tourchered in the name of polio campaign & Monitoring teams’ raids.
Complete Story: Daily Surkhab, Peshawar, Page No.5
Matric Examination, ordered to arrest the people who surrounding the examination halls
On the recommendations of the Chairman, Board of Intermediate & Secondary education the Peshawar District administration issued the orders to arrest that persons who present the outside the Examination Halls and charge against them the article 144. The local police ordered in this regard on immediate basis. Today is the first paper of the matric examination.
Complete Story: Daily Subh, Peshawar, Page No.8
Alpuri: 85 teachers appointment orders issued, instructions to take charge
Education Department Shangla issued the 85 appointment letters in different cadre. District Education Officer Male Shangla Saeed Khan ordered the new appointed teachers to immediate take the charge of their duties. As per details the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa under the education policy through the NTS test different cadres candidates issued the orders of appointment as a teachers. The merits policy strictly 100% observed during the appointments.
Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Peshawar, Page No.3
Reservations on the Fund demand of Education Department
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa department Planning & Development department showed his reservations on the 7 arab rupees fund demand of the education department. According to the media report the said amount demanded by Elementary and Secondary Education for the Higher Secondary schools facilities provision. According to the report Planning & Development Department raised his reservations that this huge amount would be spent only for the development of the buildings of the schools.
Complete Story: Daily Awam-un-nas, Peshawar, Page No.8
Misbehavior and violation of management section is unfavorable in UoB, Abdul Wahid
QUETTA: Main Convener Jam’at-e-Tulba Islam Pakistan Abdul Wahid Kakar said that going violation and disturbance in the Baluchistan University is not favorable and it should be stopped. He said that this dilemma is from a long time and still continued and no one can rise up and took notice against these violations. The violation is over the admission of different standards such as; demand for the 2nd division holder should eligible for M.phill admission, demand for M.sc admissions criteria must be in average level and after all these demands they are also conscious about their time spending.
Complete Story: Daily Mashriq, Quetta, Page No. 2
The FIR over student by Principal of Degree College Quetta is anti-Education, BSO
QUETTA: Central Regional Secretary of Baloch Students Organization Zaheer Baloch along with others said that Principal Degree College has started forceful action with the poor students of Baloch Community and this is a big conspiracy against the Education of Baloch, but unsuccessful attempt. We regret against these sought of indifferences and we never ever depressed by these indifferences.
Complete Story: Daily Azadi, Quettta,Page No.8
Only Educated nation can provide the bright future to the country and their nation, Kareem Nausherwani
KHARAN: Provincial General Secretary of Muslim league (N) Baluchistan and member of provincial assembly Meer Abdul Kareem Nausherwani said that only educated nation can provide a bright future to the country and their nation, without Education the development and bright future is impossible. In the progress of country’s development the problems and shortage of Education facilities is the most prioritize part. He gave up the bus to the girl’s college by himself and 1 million rupees announced for the deserving students. He said that the shortage of teachers problem will be eliminate and for others problem we will talk to the higher department to solve it.
Daily Azadi,Quetta,Page No.8
Teachers Training organized at Hajipur
A teacher training was organized on the instructions of Government of The Punjab at Hajipur and 46 out of 50 Primary teachers of the Circle participated in the training. Farooq Alvi, EDO Rajanpur while addressing the teachers said that by performing a role as good teachers will be able to beautify their worldly life and life herein after and could promote enlightenment among the Pakistani nation.
Complete Story: Daily Ausaf, Multan, Page No.8
Public & Private Schools told to announce results by 31st March
Rahim Yar Khan: Government of The Punjab has issued notices to the Public and Private schools to announce results of examinations by the 31st March. No school will be allowed to rake examinations without the schedule issued by the Government. The medium of Education for class 1 to 3 will be Urdu, and from 4th to 10th will be English.
Complete Story: Daily Ausaf, Multan, Page No.8
Government planning to retire 85000 Primary Teachers all over Punjab
Government of the Punjab has decided to retire 85000 PTC Primary teachers all over the Punjab and teachers with lesser scales will be given golden handshake.
Complete Story: Daily Ausaf, Multan, Page No.8
Notices issued against Ghost Teachers
EDO Rajanpur Farooq Alvi has issued notices to take action against the teachers of Govt. Primary School Lal Babrra, for being absent from school for many days.
Complete Story: Daily Ausaf, Multan, Page No.3
Supplementary Students worried for not receiving result cards
The students who appeared in the Supplementary Matriculation Examination 2014 have not received their result cards even after 6 months due to the negligence of the Multan Education Board. The workers at the Board are involved in charging bribe from the students and are misbehaving with the students
Complete Story: Daily Ausaf, Multan, Page No.8
Examinations of 9th Class started; students worried due to long hours of load-shedding
The 9th Class Examinations have begun and the students are extremely worried about the long hours of load shedding. Both urban and rural areas are facing load-shedding of 14 to 18 hours. Parents ask PM to take notice.
Complete Story: Daily Express, Rahim Yar Khan, Page No.9
Examination Superintendant facilitating cheating of favorites
Mohammedpur Dewan: Qazi Ajmal, Examination Superintendant at the Examination Centre is facilitating cheating of favorites who deal with the Superintendant through the local teacher Masood Javed Avessi. The said Superintendant is residing at the house of the said teacher and meets favorite candidates at night.
Complete Story: Daily Sang-e-Meel, Multan, Page No.2
Ghazi University without Vice Chancellor
The government has still not appointed a Vice Chancellor at the Ghazi University Dera Ghazi Khan. A delegation of the students reached office of Daily Pakistan and said that the teachers were intentionally not teaching at the Airport Campus and had threatened students to holdback the degrees of the students.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/multan/2015-03-20/page-8
Villagers protest against shortage of basic facilities
District Naushehro Feroz: The residents of village New Samtia near Kandiaro protested for repairing of their village School and basic facilities. On the occasion they told that School building was built in 1998, but since then it is not repaired and its pieces are falling. They added that more than 70 children sit on the ground due to non-availability of furniture. They demanded from Secretary Education and Sindh Education Minister Mr. Nisar Ahmed Khuhro to take notice and resolve the issue.
Primary School in decaying condition
District Thatto: The condition of Government Primary School village Sonahri is poor. Its parts are tumbling. The villagers have declared that School building is dangerous for the students and they feel themselves unsafe. They have demanded from Sindh Education Minister Mr. Nisar Ahmed Khuhro to take notice and resolve the issue.
Girls School without Teachers
District Sanghar: Government Girls Primary School village Haji Ghulam Rasool Lighari near Ghulam Shah mori is without female Teachers since years. The residents have demanded from Sindh Education Minister to take notice and resolve the issue by appointing female Teachers.
Government High School without basic facilities
District Sanghar: Government High School Khipro was established in 1964, but now it is under acute shortage of basic facilities of compound walls and furniture. The building is cracked and its different parts are tumbling due to carelessness of school management and Education Department. Students face difficulty due to non-availability of washrooms; the electricity system of the school is out of order and students have to face sizzling heat in summer season. It needs proper attention; otherwise its condition would turn to be worst.
SUP Called for protest against Closure of Schools
District Larkana: Sindh United Party along with other socialists organized a protest in Taluka Dokri against closure of the schools in the area. They said that Teachers are not willing to attend Schools and they keep Schools closed even on the examination day. They demanded for restoration of the Schools and make Teachers bound to attend.
120 Schools being constructed with the help of America
Karachi: An Event with the help of USAID for the construction of School was organized at Damba Goth near Malir Gadap Karachi where USAID Mission Director Mr. Gregori Botleb, Sindh Education Minister Mr. Nisar Ahmed Khuhro, Secretary Education Mr. Fazal Ul Allah Pechuho, MPA Sajid Jokhio and others attended it. On the occasion Mr. Khuhro told that 120 Schools are being constructed in Sindh with the help of USAID.
Higher Secondary School handed over to NGO
Hyderabad: Government Higher Secondary School Qasimabad is handed over to local NGO Global Educational and Welfare Society. The NGO has no any reputed background. Recently its owner Ms. Musarat Shah wanted to capture the School building, but no action was taken against her.
Complete Story: http://ummat.net/2015/03/20/news.php?p=d-23.gif
Education Minister will hand over Text Books to DDOs
Kotri/ Hyderabad: Sindh Education Minister Mr. Nisar Ahmed Khuhro will hand over text Books of class on to five to DDOs of the Districts. The total cost of the books utilized is two coror, eighty nine lec and seventy one thousand.
Sindh University displays final admission lists
Jamshoro: University of Sindh Jamshoro has displayed the admission list of Bachelor Degree Program of various departments on its Website.
Education Activist girl Asu Bai gets Two Lec and Eighty Two Thousand’s amount
District Umerkot: Sindhi Girl from Kunri gets her remaining amount of 2 lec and 82 Thousand for running her self run School in the village.
Complete Story: Daily Kawish, Hyderabad, Page No. 2