Dir teachers demand promotion
Teachers representatives in a meeting here have apprised the lawmakers from the district of the problems being faced by the community and sought their help in convincing the government on their early resolution. They demanded of the lawmakers to ask the government to issue a proper notification about the pledges it had made with the teachers` leaders regarding one-step promotion, charge allowance and sanction of Theology Teachers in government middle schools and elevation of posts.
The Langlands School and College, Chitral
The Governing Body of The Langlands School and College, Chitral would like to clarify some issues concerning events at the school. Mr Geoffrey Langlands, who managed the school for two decades, was in his nineties when he retired in March 2013. By that stage his health did not allow him to play an effective role in the running of the school.
Principal to explain for not admitting students
Chairman Dedak MPA Fazal Hakim has asked Principal Jahanzeb College, Peshawar, for reasons of not to admit some students in college. Principal explained the college is unable to accommodate more students.
Online admission system unpopular with college students
The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf-led government in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa had introduced an online system in 16 colleges across the province to facilitate college admissions. The new system has only been launched in three colleges of Peshawar and Charsadda on a trial basis, and is expected to extend to other districts of the province gradually.
21pc students remain absent from KP schools daily
Despite getting free textbooks and monthly stipend from the government, about 0.8 million students of the state-run schools in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa remain absent from the educational institutions daily, according to sources. Of the total absent students, from nursery to the intermediate level, 0.5 million (20 per cent) were boys and 0.3 million (23 per cent) were girls.
From a comfortable desk job to a classroom
Teaching primary school students brings joy to 43-year-old Yousaf Ali Khan who gave up a desk job at the education department to pursue his passion for it. A native of Bannu, he has served the profession for 24 years. Khan is currently posted at Government Primary School, Badizai in Peshawar and teaches Islamic studies, math and english to students from Class 1 to 5.
Parents of APS martyrs lament delay in justice
Parents of martyred Army Public School’s (APS) children on Tuesday said that government and the law enforcing agencies have failed to arrest and punish the culprits for massacre of innocent school children in Peshawar on December 16. They lamented that though a judicial inquiry was initiated to probe into the dreadful school attack, but any result has yet to be produce, and appealed for justice with the blood of their beloved martyred.
Seven colleges to get status of degree-institutions
The higher education department has decided to declare seven government colleges at divisional level as degree awarding institutions to bring improvement in quality of education, according to officials.
MA, MSc examinations on August 12
Final year examinations for MA and MSc students will be held on August 12 under the aegis of the Controller of Examinations Kohat University of Science and Technology (KUST).
Fee structure of self-financed inter seats in ICU rockets
Islamia College University (ICU) Peshawar is a sought after destination; a large number of students want to study there but not all can get through. Especially since the administration has increased the fees for self-financed seats.
10,000 candidates have registered with the ETEA to sit for Khyber Medical College test on August 9
Women’s University in Mardan
Rs 200 million has been allotted to build a university for women in Mardan.
Fact finding should investigate the university internal Matters
Balochi Student Organization said that fact Finding Committee by Provincial Assembly should investigate that internal mechanism of Balochistan University Administration. They should account University admin for this irresponsible activity.
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/07-24-2015/quetta/page2.asp
Govt takes notice of injustice in educational scholarships
Islamic Jami at talba spokesperson said that the educational fund scholarships are not given on merit but given to the political parties members and distributed in on the demerit. Government should take notice and start inquiry about this injustice.
Complete Story: https://e.jang.com.pk/07-23-2015/quetta/page3.asp
According to the press release of Baluchistan University of engineering and technology BUETA, the VC is not fully eligible for this post because for this post eligibility is more and the VC is less eligible.
Complete Story: https://e.jang.com.pk/07-23-2015/quetta/page4.as
Committee to select FBISE secretary today
The Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Training will select the secretary Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) on Friday. A search committee, headed by State Minister for Federal Education and Professional Training Engineer Balighur Rehman, will conduct interviews of four shortlisted candidates.
Educators to get pending salaries
The newly elected educators of the education department will get their pending salaries from next month, a source in the education said. The educators were inducted in March across Punjab including the Rawalpindi district, however, their salaries have not been released since then. According the source, the authentication process of the newly inducted educators’ testimonials has been sent to the department concerned for authentication and soon the pending salaries will be disbursed.
Promoting right to education for girls
A seminar on “celebrating Malala Day: Promoting Right to Education for Girls in Pakistan as the Constitutional Right (Article 25-A)” is being held at Lincoln Hall on the National Library, sector G-5, on Tuesday (July 28) at 2 pm.
Summer camp for children from July 27
National Institute of Folk and Traditional Heritage (Lok Virsa) will hold a summer camp for children featuring Wakhi and Balochi languages here beginning July 27. The camp will introduce students belonging to various educational institutes of the twin cities to the cultural diversity of Gilgit-Baltistan and Balochistan.
Four colleges functioning sans regular teachers
The casual and indifferent attitude of federal education department has caused immense delay of six-year in completion of projects of the four colleges, rendering them to borrow teaching and non-teaching staff from sister colleges to run day-to-day affairs.
Computer lab staff in schools announced to not to work
Staff of Computer Laboratories in 11 schools of Islamabad, did not get salaries since seven months. They decided not to offer duties after summer vocations.
AIOU successfully solving the students complaints
New VC Allama Iqbal Open University took charge nine months ago. He introduced on lint complaint registration system for students. Now it’s successfully solving issue of students.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/rawalpindi/2015-07-24/page-2
Education department Maida Pradesh included Musharraf in 6 powerful persons
Education Department Madhya Pradesh India has included Pervez Musharraf in top six powerful personalities. They included it in their schools curriculum.
Students of Suffer university and roots school visit Pakistani high commission in Berlin.
35 students group delegation of Pakistan visit capital of Germany in berlin.3 week’s tour organized by Eurasia berlin institute. Director institute Andrew gads briefed about cultural and educational exchange program. Institute also organized 2 weeks German language camp program for Pakistani students.
30 students from roots Islamabad and 5 students from DHA suffer university were participated.
HEC to set up universities, sub-campuses in every district headquarter
To improve equitable access to higher education across the country, the Higher Education Commission (HEC) intends to establish new universities and sub-campuses in almost every district headquarter of the country in consultation and collaboration with the respective provincial governments during next three years.
CDGR Budget Announced
The annual budget for the City District Government Rawalpindi (CDGR) was approved by the District Development Committee (DDC) on Thursday. More than 90 percent of funds will be utilised to pay the salaries of 30,822 government employees of CDGR. A major chunk of this share will go towards the salary account of the education department, which will receive Rs7.554 billion.
4pc of GDP for education seems distant dream
If Pakistan wants to achieve the noble and ambitious goal of spending at least four percent of its gross development product (GDP) on education by 2018 cumulatively, it will need to find an additional Rs 485 billion — a large sum of money equating to nearly $5 billion — allocation for education.
Lop-sided teacher-student ratio mars Islamabad schools’ image
According to Census document, there are dozens of schools where one teacher is responsible to teach just five to 10 students, while in other schools one teacher is supposed to teach over 50 students. Official sources said that FDE and the Capital Administration and Development Division (CADD) of the federal government plan to transfer hundreds of teachers during the summer vacations to streamline the system.
No salary for FDE daily wagers since six months
Daily wagers working in academic and non-academic of various federal education institutions have not been paid for the last six months, sources said. The daily-wagers have been protesting for the last for the six months, demanding authorities to make payments but their plea have fallen on a deaf ear as officials at the Capital Administration and Development Division (CADD) and the Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) have swept their appeal under the carpet.
Non-payment of salaries threatens survival of school computer labs
Eleven school computer labs may not be functional after the summer break as employees, awaiting their salaries for the last seven months, have threatened to quit their jobs. The employees hired in 2012 to run these computer labs have decided to go to court over the matter and if they are not paid their salaries, they would not be returning to the schools after summer vacation.
Calls growing for following suit in Islamabad
With the directions to private schools in Punjab by Lahore High Court for charging school fee during the summer vacations on monthly basis instead of obtaining three months fee collectively, calls are growing to follow suit in Islamabad too.
Complete Story: http://nation.com.pk/E-Paper/Lahore/2015-07-22/page-3/detail-4
DFID to continue supporting BISP beneficiaries
The Department for International Development (DFID) has agreed a revised memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the BISP Secretariat and the Economic Affairs Division of the Ministry of Finance. The MoU covers three new agreements and brings forward core financing for the programme and agrees to support the enrolment of 500,000 children of the BISP beneficiary families in primary schools through a supplementary conditional cash transfer till 2017.
RBISE to announce SSC result on 25th
The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Rawalpindi, will announce the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Annual Examination 2015 result on July 25 (Saturday). The names of the position-holders will be announced on July 24 at 6 p.m.
RMS students attend summer camp in China
The Millennium Chinese Language Department (MCLD) participated in the ten-day Beijing International Students Summer Camp on the invitation of the Embassy of People’s Republic of China in Islamabad, says a press release issued here on Wednesday.
AIOU F.Sc practical exams start today
Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) will conduct practical examinations of F.Sc programme for the Autumn Semester 2014 from Thursday, July 23, to August 12.
13 proposals have been received by the Higher Education Commission for the establishment of new universities and degree institutions across the country.
Over 2,600 students’ future at stake
The future of over 2,600 students of Comsats Institute of Information Technology (CIIT) hangs in the balance over a dual degree programme which was initiated in 2010 without the permission of Higher Education Commission (HEC) and Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC).
Candidates for Poonch varsity VC position interviewed
To appoint vice chancellor of The University of Poonch, Rawalakot, a search committee conducted interviews of short-listed candidates at the Higher Education Commission (HEC) on Wednesday. A total of 19 candidates are in the run.
Pakistani students clinch eight awards in IEEE engineering event
Pakistani students and young professionals have clinched eight out of 14 awards in an Engineering Congress held in Colombo, Sri Lanka. A delegation of 24 students from Pakistan participated in Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Biannual Congress which is the biggest event in Asia Pacific region with ample opportunities to explore ideas, develop skills and discuss issues in their profession.
AIOU introduces new mail system
Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) has inducted office-files management system in its daily working for smooth and efficient handling of administrative matters. The new system called ‘AIOU Dak Management’ is operated through computer software to promote the concept of good governance.
The forgotten gymnasiums, libraries
During a recent visit to the G-7 library and gymnasium complex, it was observed that most gym equipment was damaged and the derelict library building does not have electricity, water or a functioning bathroom. A library department official told Dawn that even though the libraries are not properly maintained, some people still visit every day.
HEC received thirteen new suggestions for establishing new universities.
Higher education commission received thirteen applications or suggestions for establishing new universities. These are received from different areas of country like Karachi,Lahore,Islamabad and Peshawar.
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/07-22-2015/Pindi/page3.asp
Security measures in 424 educational institutions of Islamabad are completed
IG Islamabad said that police is appointed on all the educational institutions and all the 19 police cars are also alert around the institutions.
Complete Story: http://www.nawaiwaqt.com.pk/E-Paper/islamabad/2015-01-11/page-2
Birmingham university founded the 1370 years old holy Quran.
In the Birmingham University the 1370 years old holy Quran founded .The holy Quran received from university library. Which was placed a century ago but it was mixed with other books.
Pakistani students achieved eight awards in Colombo.
Pakistani students achieved eight awards out of fourteen in international engineering congress. Delegation constitute on 24 members. The delegation visited the institute of electrical and electronics engineering in Sri Lanka in which students presented the new ideas about engineering.
All the educational boards of Punjab to announce results of matric tomorrow.
According to the board committee chairman after the results announced special ceremonies are announced in which position holders students get the prizes, shields and gold medals. Ceremony will be held on next day 10 30 am in alhamra hall Lahore.CM Punjab will be chief guest. Students get the gazette copy if all the results from specified branches and they know their results by sms their roll no to 80029.
Teachers will be held accountable for poor results
Lahore Board of intermediate and Secondary Education will declare the final examination results of matric by tomorrow. There will be ceremony for this event and Cm Punjab is invited for it.
Illegal constructions in premised of Ali Garh College Multan
Administration and higher officials are developing illegal buildings in premised of Ali Garh College Multan. College was developed from a Leased amount that was over in 2012. For meeting the education expenses college administration is making shops in college premises.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/Rawalpindi/2015-07-24/page-1
Female staff has to report PEF for any harassment case
Punjab government has enforced law of harassment for women in all departments. It’s applicable also to Punjab Education Foundation. PEF said female employee to send written complaints of any harassment to the department.
PU to promote linkage with Firdausi varsity
Iranian Cultural Centre Lahore Director General Akbar Barkhurdari Thursday called on Punjab University Vice-Chancellor Dr Mujahid Kamran and discussed issues of mutual interest, including organising Hamdani Conference and increasing collaboration between PU and Firdausi University.
IT students to battle it out at the Throw-a-thon
Throw-a-thon, a three-day competition looking to promote entrepreneurship among young IT students and professionals, will kick off at the Lahore University of Management Sciences on Friday (today).
GCU produces two PhDs in Zoology
The Government College University has produced two doctors of philosophy (PhDs) in the field of Zoology. The GCU Examination Department has issued a notification after approval of their thesis.
Complete Story: http://nation.com.pk/E-Paper/Lahore/2015-07-24/page-14/detail-8
NDU centre of excellence to counter extremism
Realising the paramount significance of scholarly input to formulate effective counter-terrorism responses, National Defence University (Islamabad) has launched a Centre of Excellence on Counter-Extremism (CEET). President Mamnoon Hussain congratulated NDU on establishing the centre of excellence. Dr Khurram Iqbal, Assistant Professor of Counter-Terrorism at the NDU and the author of “Making of Pakistani Human Bombs”, is assigned to develop the research, education, training and outreach capabilities at the centre.
Funds sought for 27 dangerous school buildings
The provincial government has been asked to allocate funds for the reconstruction of 27 buildings of schools declared dangerous across the district. An official of the district government said the buildings declared most dangerous would no longer be used after the summer vacation and would be demolished.
Punjab schools to get electricity using solar technology
As many as 50 government schools of Rawalpindi district will be supplied electricity through solar system. The Punjab government has decided to supply electricity to 10,000 schools throughout province in the current fiscal year under solar system
Exam marking system reforms likely
The marking system, one of the most common concerns among students, is most likely to see certain structural reforms in Punjab in the wake of ongoing deliberations by the Punjab Assembly’s Standing Committee on Education. There have been many incidents in the past in which students expressing dissatisfaction over marking of their papers committed suicides.
Action sought for mistakes in geography book
The Punjab Muttahida Mahaz Asatiza has demanded that stern action should be taken against the elements responsible for ‘deliberate’ mistakes in geography book of class VIII.
Students protest over results
President all Pakistan private schools management association Adeeb Jadwani said that Matric results of Punjab board are announced on 25 July. Every year many mistakes are mentioned in results which creates severe problems for students. The board gives les numbers to the private students but this year it is not accepted and students are going to protests at the board office.
Pure matric result prepared by Faisalabad board.
Result was checked through special checking in which mistakes were cleared. Result is announced on 25 July. He presided the meeting of board officers and said that after the declaration of results if any mistake is present in result students have right to re check again.
‘Save education movement’ from Aug 28
Mutahidda Mahaz Asataza Punjab (MMAP) on Wednesday announced starting afresh its protest campaign against the government under “Save Education Movement” from August 28. An important meeting of MMAP was held on Wednesday which decided to start the movement once again against the government for its anti-teachers and anti-education policies.
Punjab university increases the data storage.
Punjab university increases the free dual memory from 4gb to 48gb.Dr Shahid Munir said that this memory helps to save data of university results and all the other archive data from the independence of Pakistan.
Educational institution of Punjab and Islamabad opened from tomorrow.
All the security of school, colleges and universities are cleared. CCTV cameras are on all the time guards and police are also appointed on the institutions. Minister for education Rana Mashood said that we issue NCC for colleges after EID because we are now in a situation of war.
Complete Story: http://www.nawaiwaqt.com.pk/E-Paper/islamabad/2015-01-11/page-1
Minister for drive against diseases at schools
Sindh Minister for Health Jam Mehtab Hussain Dahar has said that data of all vertical programmes including hepatitis should be computerised and for the purpose required software to be prepared at earliest. He said that a mass campaign regarding awareness and vaccination against fatal diseases at district level should be launched in all public and private schools all over Sindh.
Stopped release of salaries to absent teachers
Karachi University has stopped the release of salaries to 15 absent teachers. University notified them but they did not respond to these notices. Now University established an investigation committee for them.
Mir Hazar Khan Bajrani Taken Charge of Education Minister
Mir Hazar Khan bajrani Taken Current charge of Education Minister of Sindh. He will handle the situation of seven thousand ghost schools in the region.
Inquiry is started against corruption in education department in hala.
Officers are absent due to cases are transfer to NAB for inquiry. They are getting help from anti-corruption. In 2012 according to education department the salaries of 397 teachers were stopped due to illegal appointments. So NAB and other anti-corruption started inquiry and get raid on the teachers and arrest them.
Employees of medical university are being protested in Larkana.
Employees are protested on still 13th day. They protested on front of the mc admin block. They said that we are protested since 13 days our demands will be ignored otherwise we will enlarge the protest.
Dow Medical College official arrested by Rangers
The Rangers informed an anti-terrorism court on Thursday about the 90-day preventive detention of a Dow Medical College official for questioning. The officers of the paramilitary force, escorted by their legal team, produced Dr Gul Hasan Zaidi, who is said to be a deputy director at Dow Medical College, before the ATC-I.
Veteran journalist to be appointed as education adviser
The federal government has decided to appoint veteran journalist Azfar Bukhari as an adviser to promote higher education and the official notification in this connection is likely to be issued after Eid holidays. Recently, Bukhari came up with a programme to send thousands of Pakistani students for higher education to various universities across Europe.
Entry tests of professional educational institutes
Chairman Karachi board sent letter to all the educational institutions. According to steering committee that except Karachi all the boards declared inter results before 31 august. All the medical and engineering tests are conducted on equal dates of pre entry tests after the intermediate results. Chairman said that contact is continued regularly between the board and all other institutions.
Illegal advertisement of registrar and controller
President Mehran teachers association Ahsan Ali Memon said that these advertisements are illegal and no one can involve in the university’s personal issues. They demanded to the CM Sindh that advertisement will be issued back. They will be must attended the meeting of FPWASA .All the officials of association were present in the meeting.
Where there is demand, there is hardly any supply
Education is something that the people of Mubarak Village consider is necessary for both boys and girls but the residents of this fishing village have nowhere to send their children. There is only one primary school in the village, which barely fulfils the requirements of a school building, let alone a place where children acquire good quality education.
SALU refuses to give affiliation to women’s college
The Shah Abdul Latif University (SALU), Khairpur, refused on Tuesday to affiliate the Government Elementary College for Women (GECW), Khairpur. Additional Director Teachers’ Training Institute Sindh (TTIS) Ghulam Asghar Memon said the SALU had refused to give affiliation to the college as the college did not own a building.
University teachers unhappy with govt
The university teachers and officers will announce their protest movement against the Sindh government’s encroachment on autonomy of the higher education institutions on July 27.
KU clears out illegal KWSB office, shops from premises
The University of Karachi’s management conducted special raids on Wednesday to remove encroachments from its land. KU campus secretary Dr Muhammad Zubair said the Karachi Water and Sewerage Board was using a piece of the university’s land as its site office for its mega K-III Project.
Prof Atta to chair conferences in USA
Network of Academies of Science of OIC (NASIC) President Professor Dr Atta-ur-Rahman will co-chair two major international conferences, along with the US Nobel laureate professor Ferid Murad, being held in Boston from July 22 to 25. Dr Atta currently holds the post of president of Network of Academies of Science of OIC (NASIC).
Toddlers’ Education In Pakistan by Sahzia Irum Bukhari
Education is a systematic process of strengthening the pillars of the society. It brings up a clean slate mind with discourse tongue of awareness. Early childhood education (ECE) is a branch of educational theory which relates to the teaching of young children (formally and informally) up till the age of about eight years. It is the time of remarkable brain growth, these years lay down the foundations for subsequent learning and development.
Complete Story: http://pakobserver.net/detailnews.asp?id=268842
The neglect of education
There is a yawning gap between words and deeds. This was made clear in the report released by a prominent education NGO in which it pointed out that if the government is to meet its commitment of dedicating four per cent of GDP to education, Rs1.21 trillion would be required for this purpose.
Complete Story: http://tribune.com.pk/story/925259/the-neglect-of-education-2/
Merging Seminaries into Unversities By Anwar Ghazi
VC Bahaudding Zikarya university once said that all deeni madaris should be merged into university. In this regard the curriculum up to tenth should be same at deeni madaris and for more Islamic and non-Islamic studies, students would be able to take admission in advance studies.
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/07-24-2015/lahore/pic.asp?picname=09_04.gif
Exercises in futility by Kamila Hyat
In 2011 the Sindh government after a visit by the then president to China decided that lessons in Mandarin would be made compulsory at all public sector schools. But four years on, that decision is now being at least partially implemented. The focus logically speaking, should be on ensuring a better quality of education for every child in the country. Adding Mandarin to the curriculum will obviously not help. We are already unable to teach even the basics.
Can education defeat terrorism?
Arguments in the past have claimed that education can defeat terrorism — this is not the case anymore. On July 16, 2015, Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez went on a shooting spree in Chattanooga, Tennessee, attacking two military facilities and killing four marines. Abdul Azeez had received an engineering degree from the University of Tennessee. He, for all intents and purposes, appeared to be educated.
Indifference to child rights
Pakistan ratified the Convention on the Rights of the Child in 1990, thereby committing itself to undertake necessary measures to make those rights obtainable and protected. Quarter of a century on, not much is happening. The UN convention is about securing the rights of all children by protecting them from abuse and exploitation - that requires legal protection as well as proper food and easy access to education.
Complete Story: http://epaper.brecorder.com/2015/07/22/14-page/677807-news.html
Environment alert By Raja Muhammad Atif Azad
Environment has traditionally remained a specialised discipline at the university level, and is only discussed superficially during the formative years at school. In schools, whatever little is taught on the subject can be tossed aside as optional material. Often limited to statistics on pollution, environmental education remains peripheral to our syllabi.
Complete Story: http://www.dawn.com/news/1195530/environment-alert
Letters to the Editor
Initially, private schools played a marvellous role in educating children. But now most private schools of Sindh are like government schools. The only difference is that in government schools the teachers are ghost teachers whereas in private schools teachers are available but they are not highly educated and have little or no experience at all.
Complete Story: http://www.dawn.com/news/1195760/private-schools
Mathematics in our madressahs?
This is apropos Pervez Hoodbhoy’s article ‘Math in our madressahs?’ (July 18). There is no doubt the subjects mentioned by the writer should be included in madressah curriculums. However, the existing syllabus should at the same time be revised, moving away from building up hatred.
Complete Story: http://www.dawn.com/news/1195762/mathematics-in-our-madressahs
Injustice to Washuk students
We, the students from Baluchistan are always given a step motherly treatment not only by the federal government but also by the federal government but also the provincial government of Baluchistan. The government of Baluchistan has announced an MPA scholarship programme for all the districts of Baluchistan for their respective professional students who are studying outside of city, province or the country in different institutions.
Complete Story: Pakistan observer, July 22nd. (voice of the people)
When I applied for a laptop and submitted my form, the university administration told me this scheme was only for Punjab students. I was hurt so much as my CGPA was about 3.46, or 76pc.
Complete Story: http://www.dawn.com/news/1195542/balochistan-students
This scheme started with the distribution of laptops among class VIII and then class X students. The government should know that a laptop is not necessary for a class X student. It is rather needed by a university student to complete his assignment. So he deserves it more than any other person.
Complete Story: http://www.dawn.com/news/1195759/laptop-distribution
Ban on students union in Universities, notice has been shown
Peshawar: Notice has been shown in which students union and grouping is banned in Universities. There will be strict action against the Students who are not in the favor of this act.
Complete Story: Daily Subh, Peshawar, Page No.5
Daily Awam-un-nas, Peshawar, Page No.3
Ban on students union is an unfair decision, Shah Zaman Durrani
Peshawar: Shah Zaman Durrani stated that ban on students union is an unfair decision of governor which is just like a decision of dictator against which may leads to the uprising of several educational groups.
Complete Story: http://naibaat.com.pk/Presentation/peshawar/Page02.aspx
Teachers problems should resolved on priority basis
Talaash: Teachers play an important in nation’s success so their issues should be resolved in first preference. Six months have been passed but Assembly resolution has not been implemented and teachers who have completed 10 years of their job are still not promoted to Grade 17.
Government middle School Zando Banda has given the rank of Government high School
Nowshera: Provincial Government is paying attention on education and has given the rank of Government high School to Government middle School Zando Banda so that children of this area can easily avail higher education in their area.
Complete Story: Daily Surkhab, Peshawar, Page No.5
32 primary and senior teachers have given the promotion
Nowshera: conference held in the presidency of DEO Muhammad Inaam, promoted teachers have been appointed in different Schools.
Complete Story: Daily Mashriq, Peshawar, Page No.3
Decision for the Summer Camp in High and Higher Schools from 3rd August to 15th August
Peshawar: On the instruction of the Provincial Government the education department issued the order to High and Higher Schools for the Summer Camp & instructed all the students and teachers to attend the schools.
North Waziristan students still deprive from the admissions in the Education Institutions
Peshawar: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa different education institutions announced seats and Federal government announcement for free education still waited for the implementation.
Complete Story: http://naibaat.com.pk/Presentation/peshawar/Page02.aspx
Demand for the to start construction work of the Government Girls Degree College Gulbahar
Peshawar: Chairman Peshawar Girls Students Federation Shabina Nayaab Sardar said the stoppage of construction work of the Government Girls Degree College Gulbahar is the question mark for the provincial government.
Complete Story: http://dailyaaj.com.pk/epaper/epaper-detail.php?image=MTI0ODA0
Daily Mashriq, Peshawar, Page No.2
Stop to inferring in the University matters, Shiraz Piracha
Peshawar: Provincial Government immediately to stop the inference in the University matters and stop the NAB to raids on the University.
Complete Story: Daily Subh, Peshawar, Page No.3
We never imagine the development without the education, Naeem Shah
Hangu: Without the development of the education we never prove ourselves a develop nation. Government institutions play their due role in the increase in the education rate in the province. These views shared by the Muhammad Naeem Shah, Head Master of the Government High School Naryaab.
Complete Story: Daily Surkhab, Peshawar, Page No.3
Kohat University Final term examination started from 12th August,
Kohat: Controller Examination Kohat University issued press release and stated that the under the Kohat University the examination of MA, MSc Previous & Final will started from the 12th August.
Complete Story: Daily Awam-un-nas, Peshawar, Page No.3
Offer orders should be issued to candidates of 2011
District Loralai: PTI leader Syed Ibraheem Shah demanded from government and Supreme Court of Pakistan to provide justice to candidates who passed Education department test in 2011 and still deprived of getting offer orders. He demanded from officials to provide justice to candidates.
Complete Story: http://www.dailybaakhabar.com/category/page2/
Regrettable result of 9th & 10th classes
District Khuzdar: Deputy Commissioner Khuzdar Syed Abdul Wahid Shah said result of current year of 9th and 10th classes is lamentable. He said teachers should change their educational strategies and introduce latest teaching techniques in class rooms.
Complete Story: http://www.dailybaakhabar.com/category/page2/
Engulfing giant amount of school repair
District Qalat: Head Master of primary school Hindu muhalla is engulfing giant amount of school repair. 05 class room’s RCC ceilings are dropped down while a low quality iron sheets are used. Area people have informed to DDO about this act of tempering.
Complete Story: http://www.dailybaakhabar.com/category/page3/
Students will get benefit by Sub-Campus
District Khuzdar: Agha Shahbaz Khan of PMLN said establishment of sub-campus of Baluchistan University in Khuzdar is ray of hope and source of propagation of light of education in the area and more students will get education at their door step.
Complete Story: http://www.dailybaakhabar.com/category/page3/
GGPS should be upgraded to Middle
District Lasbela: Government Girls primary School village Daood Mozah Kangar should be upgraded to Middle, village girls are deprived of getting education because of unavailability of Middle school in area.
One is blind without education
District Lasbela: Mollana Abdul Haqeem said man is blind without education; Islam has focused on acquiring of education. He said scientific & Islamic education is necessary for everyone to get success here and here after.
To ignore rightful candidates in scholarships
District Jhal-Magsi: Social leader Khadim Hussain Banglani said it is regrettable to ignore rightful candidates in scholarship distribution in district Jhal-Magsi. He said government should introduce such fair system of scholarship distribution so that eligible candidates can achieve their rights without any hindrance.
Teachers should play role for education propagation
District Quetta: Chairman Education observation committee A.N Sabir said teachers should play their vital role for education propagation and positive change in society.
Ignorance can be vanished through education, science & technology
District Quetta: Provincial Minister Information & law Abdul Raheem said ignorance can be vanished through education, science and technology. He said in present government 4500 vacancies of teachers filled through NTS test. He added students are the future of Pakistan.
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Needy students are deprived of scholarships
District Jafferabad: Merit is violated completely in scholarships distribution. GTA president Sajjad Hussain said government should take notice of such mishaps and ensure the fair distribution of scholarships among poor and needy students.
Complete Story: http://www.dailybaakhabar.com/category/page3/
Notice should be taken of absenteeism of DDO
District Jhal-Magsi: GTA demanded from government to take notice of absenteeism of DDO Jhal-Magsi.
Complete Story: http://www.dailybaakhabar.com/category/page3/
Success cannot achieved without education
District Quetta: No nation can achieve success without promotion of education and propagation of merit said by Provincial Information & Law minister Mr. Abdul Raheem.
Students will be benefited by Sub-Campus
District Khuzdar: PMLN leader Agha Shahbaz Khan said establishment of sub-campus of Baluchistan University in Khuzdar is ray of hope and source of propagation of light in the area and more students will get education at their door step.
Female teachers should bound for duty
Naal: Female teachers of Girls primary school Bazanpur should be bound for duty, female teachers are getting salaries in their homes without fulfilling their duties.
Mishap in scholarships
Dsitrict Quetta: Spokesperson of Islami Jameat Tulba urged government and judiciary to take notice of scholarships mishap in all over Baluchistan.
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/07-23-2015/Quetta/page3.asp
Without education development & prosperity is impossible
District Quetta: MPA William Barkat and Christian leaders said without education development and prosperity is impossible.
Four years B.Sc. program to replace the 2 year B.A. and B.Sc. program
District Multan: The Punjab Government has decided to abolish the 2 years B.A. and B.Sc. program and replace it with the 4 years B.Sc. program. This is being done to get the Graduation degrees acknowledged internationally. This has already been done at the Women University Multan, Wilayat Hussain College and Emerson Science College Multan.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/multan/2015-07-24/page-03
Rural Schools to have 2 teachers
District Rahim Yar Khan: The Education Ministry Punjab has decided to appoint at least two teachers instead of one at rural schools in far off areas.
Complete Story: Daily Express, Rahim Yar Khan, Page No.9
Additional funds released to schools to promote literacy rate
District Multan: The Punjab government has released additional non-salary funds to 1440 schools of Multan Division to promote literacy rate. Every school will be given funds @RS.1700/- per student. The funds will have to be spent on children.
Complete Story: Daily Ausaf, Multan, Page No.3
School Rationalization process for proper utilization of funds
District Muzaffargarh: The Education Department has begun its Rationalization of Schools process to maximize the proper use of funds and to minimize the misuse of funds. The children and teachers of schools with lesser population will be shifted to other schools.
Complete Story: Daily Ausaf, Multan, Page No. 12
Flood affected Students to have fee waiver
District Bahawalpur: Iqbal Chunnarr, Punjab Minister for Population Welfare said that the flood affected students will be given a fee waiver.
Complete Story: Daily NayaDaur, Multan, Page No. 03
Boys and Girls Schools without boundary walls
District Bahawalpur: The Boys and Girls Schools of Chak No.143/DB Head Rajkan, Tehsil Yazman had lost their boundary walls due to rains many years ago, but the boundary walls of the both schools have not been constructed due to the negligence of the Education Department Officials.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/multan/2015-07-23/page-02
Bogus appointments in Education Department continue
District Muzaffargarh: The bogus appointments are continuing in the District Muzaffargar Education Department. M.A. and B.Ed. degrees of a female teacher AneesaKanwal, appointed at Govt. Girls High School Shehr Sultan were found to be fake and an enquiry was conducted and report was sent to Secretary Education. The enquiry of some other bogus appointments was being delayed intentionally due to political pressure.
Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Multan, Page No. 7
Teachers United Front to hold protest rally in Lahore on 28th August
District Multan: United Teachers Front has decided to hold a protest rally in Lahore on 28th of August, 2015 against the government policies of persecution of teachers. They said teachers are being issued show-cause notices and the vacations of the teachers have also been banned.
Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Multan, Page No. 3
Practical Examinations of Intermediate finished, College Labs locked and destroyed
District Multan: The college managements have ignored the science laboratories in their colleges. The students are not encouraged to use science labs, more than 550 labs in colleges of South Punjab are locked and being damaged. The practical marks were finished in the annual examinations of 2012, so the students also stopped taking interest in the practical examinations.
Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Multan, Page No.3
Female student threatens to commit suicide
District Mian Chanoon: Saba Murad a student, while addressing a press conference said that College of Computer Sciences, Mian Chanoon is an unregistered college and did not send her admission despite charging heavy fees. She had written an application to EDO, but no action has been taken against the said college and if action is not taken then she will commit suicide.
Complete Story: Daily Naya Daur, Multan, Page No.2
School enrollment improving, facilities being improved
District Multan: MeherMushtaq Ahmed Sial, Deputy Secretary Schools Punjab, while addressing an Eid millan party organized by the Head Master, Government Elementary School District Jail, Multan, said that the school enrollment at government schools was improving and the government was paying attention to improve the facilities at government schools so that every child could be provided quality education in a decent atmosphere.
Complete Story: Daily Ausaf, Multan, Page No.9
Ghost Teachers will not be tolerated: Commissioner Larkana
Commissioner District Larkana Mr. Ghulam Akber Laghari has declared that Ghost Teachers in the district will not be tolerated; due to their distant attitude, education of the students is being ruined. He added that monitoring system is installed all over Sindh to identify ghost teachers.
Daily Kawish, Karachi, Page No. 3
Daily Awami Awaz, Karachi, Page No. 5
Promoted Teachers are appointed in other regions: SPLA
Hyderabad: SPLA has declared in its press release that recently promoted teachers to 18 grade are transferred to other regions. They have alleged that Proposal maker of the teachers Deputy Director Mr. Hassan Bux Siyal had demanded for bribe from the teachers and on the denial they have been transferred to other regions.
P.T Alif protested for their demands
District Matiyari: P.T Alif members protested for their demands before press club. They declared that education department is deducting their conveyance allowances from their salaries and still teachers are not issued their teaching allowance.
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Thousands of children deprived of education in mountain areas
District Sukkur: Thousands of children are deprived of getting primary education in the mountain areas of the choondiko due to non-availability of school buildings in their villages. They are compelled to work in the fields and rare animals.
Salaries of 15 teachers of Karachi University stopped
Karachi: Due to continuous absence in the University, the salaries of 15 teachers have been stopped at Karachi University. They have been issued show cause notices.
Scandal of 33 Professors at Mahar Medical Collage; joining for thrice time
Sukkur: On the directives of Vice Chancellor Shaheed Benazir Bhutto 33 Professors have been given joining for 3rd time at Mahar Medical College. It is also reported that these professors have been appointed without prior information of syndicate and the case was challenged in the Court.
Complete Story: Daily Kawish, Karachi, Page No. 2
Scandal of recruitment of Controller and Registrar in the Universities
Jamshoro: FAPWASA has challenged the publication of career opportunities of Registrar and Controller in 19 Universities of Sindh. They have demanded for rejection of decision of publication of said posts in the press up to 30th July.
Complete Story: Daily Kawish, Peshawar, Page No. 2
Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani took charge as New Sindh Education Minister
Karachi: Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani has taken the charge of new Education Minister in Sindh.
Mir Pur Khas Education Board has not developed since long time
District Mirpur Khas: The Chairman Mirpur Khas Education Board Mr. Ahmed Nawaz Zai has that Education Board will be developed according to the level of students and their parents. He has also directed the board staff to work for the betterment of Board.
Inquiry should be conducted against Corruption in Education Department
District Matiyari: Most of the officers of Education Department remain absent from their offices due to their corruption and they are afraid of raids of NAB in the office. The case of 13 teachers is to be transferred to NAB for investigation.
Benazir University Employees continued their protest
District Larkana: The Employees of Shaheed Benzair Bhutto Medical University continued their protested before Administrative Office for their legal demands.
Teachers continued their protest for demands
District Dadu: Mehran Teachers Association from Dadu protested for their demands of teaching allowance and time scale. They declared that in other districts teachers are given time scale and teaching allowance, but they are kept aloof of it.
Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2015-07-23/news/page2/1%20(9).htm
Universities should conduct entry test after intermediate board result: Chairman
Karachi: The Education Board Karachi has declared to the Universities to conduct their entry test after the intermediate results are announced. The heads of the institutions are sent letter about the decision.