Elections of All Pakistan Private schools and colleges association completed
President Malik Rasheed Kakar, Senior vice President Nighat Shabir Akhtar and General Secretary Shah Naz elected.
Need to notice condition of Girls primary school Kali Baroki
In 2017 School performance is Zero.
Matric Results Announced
Lack of hostels in Educational Institutions Irks students
Students enrolled in various educational institutions across the Federal capital are facing difficulties due to a lack of proper hostel facilities in the province.
When will classes begin?
The building of Government secondary high school for girls is ready but when will its classes begin?
‘Teachers can help raise inclusive, inquisitive society’
Teachers can help reserve extreme intolerance to dissent while guiding students to determine what is correct.
SSC result for 2017 announced
A formal event for the announcement of the result and award of medals will be held today.
Global Learning Trust launches development programmes in Pakistan
The ceremony was held here in the federal capital that was attended by large number of people from different levels of society while Jamat-e-Islami (JI) MNA Ayesha Syed was the chief guest on the occasion. The ceremony was addressed by GLT President Amb. Rubina H Ali along with renowned international scholar & FRIES Principal Dr. Mike Dillon.
Education can bring change
Senator Razina Alam stated in Islamabad that through education we bring change into people’s mentalities.
Around 40 teachers depart for 2017 Int’l Chinese Teacher Training Programme
Around 40 teachers from Balochistan, KP and Punjab were seen off by Chinese Ambassador to Pakistan on Sunday, on a 15-day trip to China, to partake in 2017 International Chinese Language Teacher Training Programme.
KPK: Closing of primary schools which consist on less than 50 students.
Provincial government decided to shut down primary schools consist less than 50 students to reduce burden on provincial funds.
Lahore BISE announces position holders of SSC 2017
Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Lahore has announced the position holders of matriculation examination 2017 here on Monday at a ceremony held at BISE Lahore office.
Multan Board announces Matric Result
BISE announces position holders for 2017
Boring for private schools
Malik Muneer Ahmed stated in Rawalpindi that boring will be done for private schools in Cantt to facilitate water to schools.
The progress of nation is closely linked to education
DPI Elementary Punjab stated that the progress of nations is closely embedded in education.
Start of admissions in Royal Group of Colleges
Position Holders of BISE announced
Student scored 510 marks out of 520 in SSC Part I
Multan Board position holders
Rawalpindi Board Top Positions secured by Female Students
Efforts to provide basic necessities in schools
Syed Ahmed Ansari stated in Faisalabad that serious efforts were being made to provide basic necessities in schools.
Educators’ recruitment process completed in SED
As a result of sustained efforts and continuous monitoring of the Provisional Secretary Schools Education Dr. Allah Bakhsh Malik, the process of recruitment of 77 thousand Educators has been successfully completed across the province.
Complete story: http://epaper.pakobserver.net/201707/25/page18.php
Punjab Group of colleges awards teachers and administraton
Punjab Group of Colleges, awards cash prizes to government school teachers and administration for producing excellent results in the recent board exams.
Faisalabad Matric Results announced, first three positions secured by female students
Rawalpindi - Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Rawalpindi will announce the matric annual result on July 25.
Efforts of Private schools laudable
Chaudhary Arshad Arain lauded the efforts of private school in promoting quality education and making education accessible.
Promotions without merit
It has been demanded that those individuals in the district education office, who promoted people without merit should be punished.
Rawalpindi girls outshine boys in matric exams
77% of students who passed were girls, Rawalpindi Board
Notices issued to 100 education officers on corruption charges
The provincial education and literacy department on Monday served show-cause notices to more than 100 employees of various grades who are facing corruption charges.
Corruption Charges: Over 100 officers of Education Department served show-cause notices
More than 100 officers of provincial education department including district education officers (DEOs), assistant education officers (AEOs), principals, headmasters and other officers have been given show cause notices over corruption charges on Monday.
More than 100 education Department officers found involved in corruption
Teachers ‘unpaid for five years’ take to the streets again
The New Teachers Action Committee on Monday again took to the streets to protest against the Sindh Education Department for not releasing their salaries since August 2012 after their appointments were declared fake.
Government School Teachers renew protest for salaries
Teacher’s capacity building programme launched by IBA
IBA Sukkur on Monday, in collaboration with Sindh Education Foundation (SEF), launched the first phase of School Teacher's Capacity building programme across the province.
Individuals involved in corruption to be punished
Provincial Minister Education has stated that those involved in corruption will be punished.
MJSF, DIL join hands for underprivileged children
Mahvash & Jahangir Siddiqui Foundation (MJSF) and Developments in Literacy (DIL) join hands to support the right of education, for underprivileged children. To initiate this cause, MJSF provided laptops to DIL, to be distributed at various schools, managed and operated by the latter.
Over 100 officers of Education Deptt served show cause notices
More than 100 officers of Education department including District Education Officers (DEOs) and Assistant Education Officers (AEOs), headmasters, principals and other officers have been given show cause notices over corruption charges.
Complete story: http://epaper.pakobserver.net/201707/25/page17.php
Rawalpindi - Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Rawalpindi will announce the matric annual result on July 25.
Matric Results Announced Today
Provincial Government fail to fulfill all promises that make to improve education performance
The government has five thousand rupees monthly spending and
student perform so bad, education of government schools has been destroyed.
Girls outshine in Matric Exams in Multan
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/07-25-2017/Multan/pic.asp?picname=1422.gif.
Out of 14 Government Schools only score on position holder
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/07-25-2017/Multan/pic.asp?picname=1425.gif.
Student who secured 504 outof 505 in 2016 did not secure position in Board Annual Examination 2017
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/07-25-2017/Multan/pic.asp?picname=1423.gif
Student of Madrassah secured 3rd position in Multan Board Exam
Working for Provision of basic facilities at Schools
Deputy Mayor Focal person , Syed Ahmed Ansari says that we are trying our best to provide basic facilities at public schools.
Struggling for provision of basic facilities in Schools
Multan: The Focal Person Deputy Mayor Multan Saeed Ahmed Ansari has said steps are taken for provision of basic facilities in Government Schools.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/multan/2017-07-25/page-2
Education Boards announce names of position holders
Multan: The Education Boards, Multan, Bahawalpur and Dera Ghazi Khan announced the names of position holder students of Matric class.
Up gradation of 1500 Schools is hanging
Multan: The Government of Punjab had to upgrade further 1500 Government Boys and Girls High Schools to Higher Secondary, but the process of up gradation is still hanging in between.
Teachers training at Agriculture University Nawaz Sharif
Multan: Five Days Training program was initiated at Agriculture University Nawazsharif. The program was inaugurated by the Vice Chancellor of the University.
Punjab Teachers Union to join Protest in Lahore
Multan: The Punjab teachers Union favored the protests of United Teachers Council on 27th July in Lahore.
Education Department Muzafar Garh came on number 9
Mondika: District Muzafar Garh comes on number nine according to Chief Minister’s road map and its all credit goes to Chief Executive Officer Education Department Shamsheer Ahmed Khan.
Latif University announces result
Khairpur Mirs: According to the Controller Examination Shah Abdul Latif University Khairpur results of B.com part 1 and M.A Previous were declared.
Teachers carry out protest for regularization
Thatto: Teachers from Thatto protested at adjacent area Makli Ghulaulallah Road against not regularizing for past six years.
SEF Sends 200 Students to Islamabad for Education
Khairpur Mirs: According to Sindh Education Foundation, about 200 students from different districts of Sindh have been sent to Islamabad for free studies in Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan School system.
Show cause to more than 100 Education Officers
Karachi: More than 100 Education Officers have been issued show cause notice on allegations of corruption, on the directives of Education Minister Jaam Mehtab Hussain.
GSTA protests against relieving of a Teacher
Qamber: GSTA members held a protest strike against DEO, on relieving of Senior Teaches of Government High School Qamber.
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Academy could not be started in Boys Degree College
Korangi: The Government Boys Degree College Ibrahim Hyderi could not be functionalized after five years.
Complete Story: http://pknewspaper.com/awami-awaz-epaper-today
Teachers once again on roads against stoppage of salary
Karachi: Hundreds of Teachers once again came on roads for releasing of their salary. They were appointed in the tenure of the then Education Minister Pir Mazhar. The teachers have been protesting for the last five years, as they have not received their salaries since 2012.
Notice of should be taken of crumbling condition of education institutes
Chamman: Ahliyane Chaman Muhammad Nabi, Muhammad Umar, Haji Malook Kaka and many other have demanded from Government to take notice of crumbling condition of Government institutes. Most of the Primary and Middle Schools of District Kila Abdullah are dysfunctional.
Complete Story: http://dailyazadiquetta.com/epaper/m/38410/597638cd92e23
Student Unions carry out protest rally in Baluchistan University
QUETTA: The Student Unions, BSO Pachar, BSF and Hazara Students Federation held a protest rally, declaring that Baluchistan University has been handed over to corrupt hands which are licking budget of the university on the name of education emergency.
Complete Story: http://dailyazadiquetta.com/epaper/m/38519/5976584fa866c
Education is being modernized: Secretary Education
QUETTA: The Secretary Education Abdul Fatih Bhangar has said effective steps are being taken to bring education on a modern level and for that no carelessness would be compromised, whereas there is acute need to functionalize monitoring system.
Complete Story: http://dailyazadiquetta.com/epaper/m/38535/59765921dcafa
All resources are brought for provision of Education
QUETTA: The Additional Secretary Secondary Education Muhammad Farooque Kakar has said all available resources are being utilized for provision of Modern Education, adding that Private Institutes and Parents should play a role to extend Baluchistan Education.
Education Minister directs to conduct inquiry against vanishing of 600 Schools
Jafarabad: More than 600 Schools are exposed to be disappearing throughout the province of Baluchistan and the process goes on. On the other hand, Minister for Education has issued directives to conduct inquiry against disappearance of the Schools.
Complete Story: https://www.dailybaakhabar.com/category/page3/
201 Lecturers upgraded
Peshawar: The Government of Khyber Pakhtonkhuwa upgraded 201 Lecturers of Girls Colleges of the Province from grade 17 to 18.
Complete Story: http://epaper.dailyaaj.com.pk/epaper-detail.php?image=NjY3Nzc=
36 Superintendents become Accounts Officers
Peshawar: The Education Department Khyber Pakhtoonkhuwa has upgraded 36 superintendents of education offices to Accounts Officers in grade 17.
ANP submits adjournment against closure of Schools
Peshawar: Awami National Party submitted an adjournment against closure of Primary Schools in the Province.
Complete Story: http://epaper.dailyausaf.com/page?station_id=3
Controller Examination Benazir University visits Examination centers
Waari: The Controller of Examination Benazir Bhutto University Dr. Muhammad Ali visited different examination centers and issued directives to stop cheating inside the centers.
Complete Story: http://epaper.pknewspapers.com/daily-aeen-peshawar.html