Dera Ismail Khan: Stormy and pouring rain destroyed the Gomal Medical College boundary wall
Dera Ismail Khan: Stormy and pouring rain destroyed the Gomal Medical College boundary wall.
Hum Khayal teachers Union demanded Eid Allowance for government employees
Lakki Marwat: Hum Khayal Teachers Union provincial Chairman Sifatullah Marwat demanded from the Imran Khan, Chairman PTI and Chief Minister, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervaiz Khattak to announce Eid allowance for the government employees.
Complete Story: Daily Masriq, Peshawar, Page No.2
All the mater dealt as per University Act, Governor Mehtab Ahmad
Peshawar: Engineering University Annual Budget approval meeting was held under the chair of the Governor Sardar Mehtab Ahmad Abbassi. On this occasion he order the administration of the University to strictly observe the University Act in the University working.
Complete Story: Daily Surkhab, Peshawar, Page No.1
Teachers Organization demanded One Step Up gradation notification release
Peshawar: Teachers Organization Central Finance Secretary Khairullah Hawari welcomed in the provincial budget ten percent increase, employees up gradation, special allowance for Physical teachers, Islamiyat Teachers posts reinstatement. He further demanded for the immediate notification on these announcements.
Complete Story: Daily Subh, Peshawar, Page No.3
Bata Gram: Teachers transfers mean to close the education door for the students
Bata Gram: Famous social worker Saleem Khan said in a press release that the transfer of the teachers means to close the door of the education on the students.
Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Peshawar, Page No.3
In Fata the students are still getting education on the earth
FATA: Akhter Ali Shinwari, Secretary Information Jamate Islami demanded to fulfill the vacant posts of the teachers in Fata. He said the condition of the schools is very bad in the Fata the students are forced to get education on earth.
Complete Story: Daily Awam-un-nas, Peshawar, Page No.2
Copy culture mafia is active in Baluchistan University
Quetta: PTAC said copy culture mafia is active in Baluchistan University, which deliberately worsen the educational atmosphere of University. Government, civil society and education loving people should unanimously try hard to save education in all Universities.
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VC & Registrar are responsible
Quetta: BSO Pachar said VC & Registrar are responsible of current chaotic scenario of Baluchistan University. Both people violated merit and supported nepotism.
Complete Story: http://www.dailybaakhabar.com/category/page3/
Protest against ill distribution of scholarships
Kharan: Poor students protesting against ill distribution of scholarships. Needy students are neglected by authorities.
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Student organizations have destroyed Universities
Quetta: Spokesperson of Islami Jameat Tulba said so called student organizations have destroyed peaceful educational atmosphere in Universities.
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/06-25-2015/Quetta/page2.asp
Notice should be taken against illegal appointments in Baluchistan University
Quetta: PSF Azad leadership said government should take notice of illegal appointments made in Baluchistan University by corrupt VC & Registrar.
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People will feel change in educational ground soon
Quetta: Provincial Assembly member of PMLN Tahir Mehmood Khan said nation can only be succeed when thoroughly pace will be maintained on the path of education. He said present government has allocated handsome amount for educational development, people will feel positive change in near future in educational sector of Baluchistan.
Students on the roof of Bus
Quetta: In scorching summer innocent students are travelling on the roof of bus, they can be prey of heat stroke and any road accident.
No college in the parameter of 150 kilometers
District Dera Ghazi Khan: Tehsil Tribal Area of District Dera Ghazi Khan has a population of more than 200,000 people, but does not have a single college. Most youth cannot continue their education after matriculation and they are suffering in inferiority complex. Poor cannot afford to send their children to other cities. Civil society members have demanded that the area should be given a college at the earliest.
Complete Story: Dail Khabren, Multan, Page No.7
Education Department declares 2 High Schools as Excellent
District Rahim Yar Khan: The Punjab Education Department has declared two High Schools as Excellent and these two schools will be handed over to the Danish School Management. The schools are Comprehensive High School Rahim Yar Khan and Girls Model High School Chacharran Sharif.
Complete Story: Daily Express, Rahim Yar Khan, Page No.9
Islamia University Syndicate, approves last year budget
District Bahawalpur: The meeting of the Islamia University Syndicate was held and the budget of the last year was approved. The last year budget was not approved because the Syndicate meeting could not be held. Vice Chancellor and Chairman Sydicate, Dr. Mushtaq Qaisar informed the participants about the financial, administrative and academic developments.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/multan/2015-06-25/page-08
Dail Khabren, Multan, Page No.4
Vulgar wall chalking about 8th class girl, fathr appeals to DPO to take notice
District Bahawalpur: A poor driver of a bank and father of an 8th class girl appealed to the DPO Bahawalpur to take notice of the vulgar wall chalking done by Allah Nawaz and Aamir Manzoor on the school walls. He said that the Headmaster and the police is also collaborating with the criminals and protecting them.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/multan/2015-06-25/page-09
Daily Sang-e-Meel, Multan, Page No.6
Daily Naya Daur, Multan, Page No.8
NAB raided on Mirpur Khas Education Board
District Mirpur Khas: The Team of National Accountability Bureau raided on the Education Board Mirpur Khas and took employees and record in their custody to investigate the matter of illegal appointments and corruption of millions of rupees. They had sealed the establishment branch.
Post of Taluka Education Officer vacant for a year
District Nawabshah: The seat of Taluka Education Officer is vacant in Kazi Ahmed since a year due to carelessness on education department. The legal works of the teachers and other are violated due to absence of Taluka Education Officer. The Teachers have demanded for appointment of Taluka Education Officer and resolve their issued.
3 Cars of Education Department gifted to Deputy Commissioner
District Tharparker: The Education Officer has handed over 3 costly cars of education department to Deputy Commissioner as a gift. The education officers are compelled to visit the schools on taxies.
School Specific funds did not spent; to be lapsed
District Badin: Sindh Government has issued huge amount of budget under school specific budget for the development of schools by purchasing furniture, sports material, books, stationary and others. But since three years the specific budget of schools is not properly utilized and it is being lapsed. In five Talukas of District Badin, the budget of 98279000 is issued for different purposes including 39166000 for School material supply, 8075000 for libraries, 19209000 for co-curricular activities, 7862000 for sports, 4027000 for travel allowance and 19958000 for stationary and others. But that amount is not issued to the schools due to corruption of the higher officers to grab the amount.
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Teachers stood against District Education Officer
District Khairpur Mirs: The Teachers from District Khairpur Mirs have alleged that District Education office is hub of corruption; there is no respect for teachers in the office. They have declared that they would start protests all over Sindh against education officer.
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Bogus degrees and Ghost Teachers ruined Education
District Mirpur Khas: The orders of teaching posts in education department of tando Jam Muhammad are being sold on bribe. The teachers are not willing to attend schools and they are have submitted bogus degrees for their orders and promotions. Due to their illegal steps, education is being ruined.
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Village without School building; contractor fled away
District Dadu: The construction work of Primary School building village Ali Sher Jamali is not completed since years. The contractor of the construction work is fled away. The villagers protested for the construction work of their village school and demanded for action against the contractor.
Teaching and Non-Teaching staff protested for salaries
District Sukkur: The Teaching and Non-Teaching staff of Sindh Education and Literacy Department College Side Sukkur protested for their salaries. They declared that since 4 years they have been kept aloof of their right of salaries and they have been living difficult life. They demanded from Sindh Education Minister and MNA Ms. Syeda Nafisa Shah to take notice of their protests.
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Protest against theft of 10 fans of High School
District Dadu: The residents of village lakhi protested against theft of 10 fans of their village High School.
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Sir Syed University Board of Governors approved Budget
Karachi: The Board of Governors of Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology has approved the budget for the year of 2015-16. The Budget of 1025 million rupees has been approved.
Girls top Abbottabad BISE matriculation results
Girls clinched the top three positions in the matriculation examination results announced by the Abbottabad Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education here on Wednesday. Professor Jehanzeb Khan, controller of examinations of BISE Abbottabad, announced the results.
Trained teachers lacking stipend
Twenty two thousand teachers received training on lesson planning but they did not get the stipend of the training worth of 230 million. PITE officials said that funds are released and will soon reach to the participants.
Grievances redressal mechanism must for varsities: governor
Governor Sardar Mahtab Ahmad Khan said on Wednesday that grievances redressal mechanism should be established so that students could voice dissatisfaction at poor or inadequate performance of a university.
UoP Senate presents budget
University administrations should follow a strict [financial] calendar, said Governor Sardar Mehtab Ahmad Khan at a University of Peshawar Senate meeting on Wednesday. Mehtab was briefed at the Governor House about the revised budget estimates for 2014-2015 and the budget for 2015-16, stated a handout.
Tough time ahead for staff of teaching hospitals
The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has started implementation of the Medical Teaching Institutions Reforms Act, 2015 and asked the employees of Khyber Teaching Hospital, Lady Reading Hospital and Hayatabad Medical Complex in Peshawar and Ayub Medical Complex in Abbottabad to become employees of their respective institutions.
Distribution of scholarship checks to students
MPA Tahir Mehmood said that government is focusing on education sector. In this regard government has reserved a big amount of budget for education. He distributed the scholarship checks to students at Quetta.
Mutual meeting on enquiry committee at university
Balochistan University had a meeting of enquiry committee with student associations. They discussed the unpleasant incident happened during M.Ed. exams. Student associations agreed on postponing their protest for the time being.
Protest against controller examination
Baloch Student Organization (Pajar), Pashtun Student Federation and Pakhtunkhwa Student Organization are protesting against the controller and management of examinations. They said that nobody can make us away from our demands.
Balochistan Assembly approves budget
The Balochistan Assembly passed on Wednesday a Rs229.67 billion budget for the year 2015-16 with Rs175.16bn being allocated for non-development expenditure and Rs54.50bn for development works. The allocations for non-development and development expenditures include Rs10bn for education and Rs25.11bn for secondary education.
IDB developing schools
Additional Chief Secretary, Muzaffarabad, said that development of school infrastructure will solve education issues. He said that their government will develop 277 new schools with funds from the Islamic Development Bank.
FDE alerts schools to fake calls on payments
The Federal Directorate of Education has alerted the educational institutions overseen by it to fake calls for advance payments for installation of CCTV cameras.
RIS students attend summer camp in UK
Roots International School organises global summer courses every academic year to provide international exposure and academic excellence to students under the umbrella of its ‘Global Reach’ department. The trips are organised by CEO Roots International Schools Walid Mushtaq in collaboration with the Berkshire Training Services, UK.
MoU signed between RMS and ICCI
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed between Roots Millennium School (RMS) and Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI), says a press release. The main objective of the MoU is to encourage students of the Roots Millennium Schools towards entrepreneurship as well as to promote industry-academia linkages.
Two VCs of FUUAST
HEC said that Dr. Zafar Iqbal is purposefully translating the Supreme Court’s decision about seat of VC at FUUAST. Today Supreme Court will discuss the issue to finalize it.
Complete Story: http://www.nawaiwaqt.com.pk/E-Paper/islamabad/2015-06-25/page-3
IHC reserves verdict on missionaries’ visa cancellation
The Islamabad High Court (IHC) Wednesday reserved its verdict in a petition challenging interior ministry’s notification about cancellation of visas of two principals of Islamabad Convent School and another staffer.
June 30 last date for IIU admissions
The International Islamic University (IIU), Islamabad, has set June 30 as the final day for applicants to submit forms for admission to different programmes of nine faculties for Fall Semester 2015.
Youth urged to enhance knowledge
Amjad Islam Amjad has said that the youth must have the courage to ask questions to enhance their knowledge. The eminent writer and poet expressed these ideas while addressing the students of the Ideological Summer School on the 16th day of its annual educational session.
Drug sellers arrested from Educational Institutions
Anti-Narcotic force has arrested nine drug sellers who sell the drugs in schools. Force has recovered 670 KB chars and 235 KG Heroen.
Teacher’s recruitment & transfers through software
Higher Education Department Punjab is implementing software for keeping all records of services structures. This software will automatically evaluate the teachers and nominated the names for transfers and/or recruitment.
PEF detecting poorest regions in education by technology
Chairperson Punjab Education Foundation said that PEF is detecting the education wise underprivileged areas in the region through communication and technology. Aim is to serve the deserving children and opening the new schools
Punjab University Centre for South Asian Studies (CSAS) in collaboration with Department of Political Science organised a seminar on “Iran and Middle East: Prospect of Detente with the West” in its Seminar Hall.
Complete Story: http://www.thenews.com.pk/Todays-News-5-325449-Seminar
Punjab University Examinations Department has declared the results of MBA Part-II (3 1/2 years programme) annual 2014. Detailed results are also available at PU website www.pu.edu.pk, according to a press release issued here on Wednesday.
Complete Story: http://www.thenews.com.pk/Todays-News-5-325442-MBA-result
Master plan finalised for sports city, university: Mashhood
Punjab Minister for Sports and Education Rana Mashhood Ahmed Khan has said that master plan has been completed for sports city and sports university. “The construction work on the grand project will start in near future,” said Mashhood while talking to the reporters during the visit of Netherlands Embassy delegation to National Hockey Stadium (NHS)Wednesday. Karel Hartogh, Charge d’Affairs, led the Netherlands Embassy delegation.
Tevta to launch short courses
Tevta, on the recommendations of Industry, will introduce demand-driven short courses in different sectors. These courses will be launched soon in selected Tevta institutes.
Irregularities in admission to English department KU
There are severe irregularities in admitting students at English Department of Karachi University. Assistant professor interviewed his own wife for admitting to PhD program.
Teachers to protest if Rs50mn not given for Dr Waheed’s family
The Karachi University Teachers’ Society (KUTS) and Federation of All Pakistan Universities Academic Staff Association (FAPUASA) rejected the government's proposal of sanctioning Rs1.5 million for the family of slain faculty member, Dr Waheed ur Rehman.
NED counting on Sindh govt for bailout
Given a massive shortfall of professional universities catering to the ever-rising population of the metropolis, the Nadirshaw Edulji Dinshaw University of Engineering and Technology (NED) - Sindh's leading engineering institute - needs urgent government support to overcome its financial crisis, stated NED Teachers Association President Prof Dr Usman Ali Shah while talking to The News on Wednesday.
Sindh University teacher pleads Saudi govt for Zakat, Wiki Leaks exposes
A teaching assistant at Sindh University (SU) had pleaded the Saudi government pay him Zakat in one of over half a million Saudi cables released by Wiki Leaks on June 19.
Civil society`s rights by I.A Rehman
Traditionally, the government has been favourably disposed towards charitable enterprises, even the shady ones among them. It is happy with organisations that relieve the state of its responsibility for opening schools or establishing hospitals, but it has a problem with organisations that try to uphold the rights of the people. Those who speak for women`s right to education, or their economic independence, or their political rights are accused of working against Pakistan`s social values.
Little progress on MDGs
The reasons for Pakistan not achieving the MDGs are not hard to fathom: no overhaul of the bureaucracy or administration that must help achieve the goals; no restructuring of the state`s finances to free up money for investments in people centric development; no meaningful national conversation on what people-centric security really means. In the absence of any of that, it is impossible to imagine achieving universal primary education or ensuring environmental stability.
Budget, Education and Literacy By Muhammad Ahmed Subzwari
There are a lot of ghost teachers and ghost schools in all regions of the country. There are almost 7.5 million out of school children in Punjab. Literacy is declined to 58% from 60%.
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Letters to the Editor
Colleges for the common
With the increase in students seeking admission to higher education the need for more education facilities is growing fast. The private sector has seen a phenomenal growth in colleges but the problem is that their fee structure is tailored to high-end, affluent customers which an average student cannot meet.
At the two-day Skills Expo and Job Fair- 2015 arranged by Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) at the Lahore International Expo Centre, Punjab Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif stated that the Punjab government has fixed a target of making two million youths skillful according to the market needs during the next three years.