Education Act sanctions finances of teachers
Peshawar: Amir JI district Peshawar Sabir Hussain says that proposed Education Act will give an economic blow to teachers and this sanctioning of their rights will not be allowed.
Unique punishment to students of Peshawar Model School irks parents:
Peshawar: Strange things apart from fee hike and heavy fines have started to happen in schools that are characterized under the name of discipline and rules. No action has been taken to hold them accountable although the punishments are stranger in nature.
An awareness walk on education was held in Upper Kohistan: Shangla
Shangla: NIDA Pakistan held an education awareness walk in Upper Kohistan under the Girl's Right to Education Program.
293 teachers promoted
Karak: The education department on Friday promoted 293 teachers and asked them to report at the respective duty stations within two weeks.
Local govts in KP denying education dept complete funds
Peshawar: The education department is at the receiving end in terms of funds in the post devolution regime as the district governments have not been giving it the full share in their respective development and non-development budgets since their formation in 2015.
Poverty, parents’ disinterest keeping KP children out of school
Peshawar: Poverty and parents’ lack of interest to enrol their children in schools are the main factors that are leading children to the workplace instead of schools in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, according to officials.
Poverty, parents’ disinterest keeping children out of school
Peshawar: Poverty and parents’ lack of interest to enrol their children in schools are the main factors that are leading children to the workplace instead of schools in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, according to officials.
Proposed law to overhaul education sector: official
Haripur: The proposed Education Act was meant to overhaul the flawed education system that failed to address the problems of teachers, said Rafiq Khattak, the director of elementary and secondary education department.
Progress and development is not possible without education
Noshki: Nazim of Islamic federation of students expressed his views while addressing a award talent ceremony saying that students of Noshki are no less than anyone with regards to talent and skills.
Headmaster’s transfer plan
Noshki: Headmaster of Government Boys High School Ahmed Waal is trying for a transfer but Counseller stated that his efforts would be made unsuccessful as the health and education sector in Ahmed Waal needs attention.
Complete story: http://e.jang.com.pk/09-25-2017/Quetta/page8.asp
Khwezai tehsil has no high school
Mohmand Agency: The Khwezai tehsil of Mohmand Agency, which borders Afghanistan, has no high school either for boys or girls, forcing the students to quit education after passing the middle classes.
Speakers deplore lack of educational facilities in Fata
Bajaur Agency: Speakers at conference in Khar on Saturday deplored lack of educational facilities in the tribal region and urged the government to take tangible steps in that regard.
Truck art training concludes
A five-day training program for children organized by the National Institute of Folk and traditional Heritage in collaboration with the Federal Directorate of Education’s training wing concluded at Shakarparian.
PM Education Reforms Programme to face further delay
Islamabad: The much-hyped Prime Minister’s Education Sector Reforms Programme (PMESRP) initiated by the then prime minister Nawaz Sharif in December 2015 could face hiccup because of non-release of the much-needed funds for the project.
PEIRA to register private schools, tuition and daycare centers
Islamabad: The Private Education Institutions Regulatory Authority (PEIRA) has initiated a survey to check actual number of private schools, tuition and daycare centers situated in the federal capital.
Original thinking vital for researchers
Islamabad: Senior Policy Practitioners have urged emerging researchers to adopt contexts and approaches if the strive to address the real issues and problems of the society as well as growing needs.
Aslam Khokhar’s new book published
Islamabad: The National Book Foundation has published a new book titled “Maghrib ki Namweer Khwateen” by Prof Aslam Khokhar.
200 scholarship winners receive training at Educate a Girl Summit
Islamabad: Dawood Global Foundation and Hashoo group hosted the Educate a Girl summit at Pearl continent in Lahore. The whole focus was based on Entrepreneurship, coding, negotiation, self-confidence and grooming.
PIERA launches fresh survey of schools, tuition, day care centres
Islamabad: The Private Educational Institutions Regulatory Authority (PIERA) has started a survey to determine the actual number of schools, tuition, day care centres operating in the capital.
Smart School projects remains on paper
Islamabad: The implementation status of the project which aims to transform 32 public educational institutions across the country into Smart Schools is in doldrums after certain administrative changes in the relevant ministry. The project was conceived and launched by Ministry of Planning, Development and Reforms last year.
2nd phase for schools upgradation begins
Islamabad: Under Prime Minister Education Reforms Programme, 2nd phase for school upgradation begins.
Laws should be reinstated to discipline students - Head Masters Association
Lahore: Leaders of the headmaster’s association have said that previous laws regarding punishing students were abolished due to which it has become harder to reach the literacy goals and CM’s Roadmap goals.
Complete story: http://e.jang.com.pk/09-25-2017/lahore/pic.asp?picname=43.gif
School’s boundary wall could not be built
Attock: Construction of boundary wall in girls school in Hazro could not be constructed since 4 months.
District Education Authority to be provided more resources
Lahore: Provincial Minister schools education Rana Mashud has said that DEA will provide 36.6 pc more resources in the upcoming budget.
Complete story: http://e.jang.com.pk/09-23-2017/lahore/pic.asp?picname=02_14.gif
Educational Bureaucracy streamlining work through the whims of police
Multan: Punjab teachers’ union senior president Punjab Rana Altaf Hussain expressed that Educational bureaucracy has been adopted that is not acceptable in any society. It seems as if planned efforts are being directed to devalue teachers and put them through suspicion.
Quality of Education in Government Schools improving
Multan: The Quality of education of Government schools is greatly improving with the inclusion of teachers being appointed on Merit. In order to boost quality, labs have also been made with special trainings to be provided for skill enhancement.
Government Elementary School hosts welcome for a new teacher
Multan: Government Elementary School Qadir puran hosted a welcome party for the newly appointed teacher and expressed their joy as the school had been deprived of staff in the past.
Divisions to be instituted for tackling student issues
Multan: Director General Federal Education Commissioner Nazir Hussain stated that education commission by the end of 2025 will increase the number of institutions to 300 and increase enrolment to 15%. Also, to tackle student institutes will be devised in each division.
International workshop on Data Science ends
Lahore: A five- day International workshop on Data Science concluded at PUCIT on Sunday. The workshop covered state of the art technical subjects and tools.
Halted upgrade of schools hindrance to education
Rahim Yar Khan: Of the total 2,841 schools in Rahim Yar Khan district, only 22pc are elementary and secondary schools and they are not fulfilling the requirements of post-primary education.
Education facilities: Govt releases Rs. 3.5b in non-salary budget for schools
Lahore: The Punjab government has released Rs3.5 billion of the non-salary budget (NSB) funds for the 1st quarter of the fiscal year 2017-18. The funds have been released for the primary, elementary, high and higher secondary schools in all the 36 districts of the province.
Under the Early Child Education Program 5000 AC rooms will be established
Multan: In initial phase, 141 schools of Multan and in second phase 3000 AC rooms will be made functional under the Early Child Education Program.
Fire burns equipment thousand’s worth in a school in Multan
Multan: Fire erupted in a private school in Multan burning equipment and furniture worth thousands.
A ceremony held to value new Elementary School Teachers Qadir Poran: Multan
Multan: A ceremony was held at Government Elementary School Qadir Poran to welcome and value new educators.
Education standard has improved in schools
Rahim Yar Khan: DEO Rahim Yar Khan says that education quality standard has improved and school enrollment is shifting towards public school from to private schools.
Education Department district Chakwal faces into administrative crisis
Chakwal: A Chief Executive Officer Education Chakwal order to AEO’s to check Higher Secondary and Secondary schools gives birth to new administrative crisis in the district. AEO’s refuse to comply by orders of CEO Chakwal DR. Ghulam Murtaza.
Third party Audit to be conducted to keep a check on the funds of Government Schools
Feroz Wala: Educational Department Sheikhupura has decided to conduct a third party Audit to assess the Development work worth of millions of rupees and see the extent to which these funds have been allocated rightly.
Punjab Government must increase resources to ensure rights of children
The existing budget for Healthcare, Education is not sufficient to fulfill the existing needs as well as contribute towards social betterment.
Increase in fees should be monitored accompanied with the unnecessary rules imposed
Multan: One uniform system should be introduced throughout the country by reducing the gap between rich and poor and providing them the same quality of education. A close supervision must also be kept to monitor the fee hike.
School authorities can take up responsibility and bring about improvement:
Multan: School authority and Administration can take up constructive steps and bring about improvements in a matter of days. By promoting sportsmanship institutes can breed responsible citizens.
Gelay Wal;Government High School teacher Muhammad Shahid Masood has been promoted to scale 17 by public service commission.
Khanewal Public School and College holds a parents meeting:
Khanewal: A parent teacher meeting was held at Khanewal Public School in which achievements of students were discussed with parents and appreciation was provided to them on their efforts.
Government High school Chak Araish witnesses joining of 4 Educators:
Sikandrabad: Government High School in Shuja Abad witnessed the joining of 4 Educators. After which it is believed that the Quality of education will improve.
Children’s Mahnama Sathee marks 40 years of celebration
Children’s Monthly Mahnama Sathee is gearing up to mark 40 years of celebration by celebrating the achievements and contributions towards Urdu literacy.
Sindh fails to release exam fee funds to boards
Karachi: Despite the Sindh Government’s earlier announcement to waive enrollment and exam fees for public school students, the finance ministry has failed to release the funds to secondary and intermediate boards in the province.
IT enthusiasts throng to software show
Karachi: Aptech, an institute for computer education organized a software exhibition titled Aptech exhibition 2017. It managed to attract a large number of IT enthusiasts as more than 50 companies participated from across the country.
Two more private schools restrained from increasing fee more than 5 pc
The Sindh High Court restrained two more private schools from increasing fee by more than 5 pc as well as take action against students whose parents had disputed the 14 to 60 percent fee hike.
Crumbling Public College calls for authorities’ attention
For over 3000 students of Government College for boys have been exposed to death in Gulzar-e-hijri due to not sufficient space coupled with crumbling walls.
Making things easy for private and public schools, Chairman board
Karachi: Dr. Saeed ud Din stated that we are focusing on issues faced by both private and public schools and are making things easier for them.
Complete story: http://e.jang.com.pk/detail.asp?id=380147
Education must for democracy to flourish: Prof Atta
Karachi: A true democracy can never flourish in the country owing to low level of literacy, a feudal stranglehold and corrupt election process.
Ignorance of Education Department, 2 schools closed in Gharo
Thatta: Due to wrong data filing in biometric system, 2 schools closed in Gharo putting future of thousands of students on stake.
Education, civilization and development
Who is responsible for problems in education system?
Focus on teachers training
Schools as cartels
Why maths is necessary for science education
Letters to the editor
Movement is continued against educational institutes: Rana Altaf
Multan: The Senior Vice President Punjab Teachers’ Union Rana Altaf has said that bureaucracy wants to run education department on the pattern of Police system; conspiracies are being hatched against educational institutes and teachers. He declared that movement will be started against that conspiracy.
Program in honor of new teachers in elementary school
Qadir Pur: A Program was organized at Government Elementary School Qadir Pur in the honor of new teachers.
Secretary Education to visit school of Punjab
Multan: The Secretary Education Schools Punjab Allah Bakhsh Malik will pay visit to the schools of Punjab on 28th September.
Education Department stops private institutes of admission in unregistered departments
Lahore: The Department of Education Punjab has warned to stop private institutes against new admissions in unregistered disciplines.
DGK board increases fees
The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Dera Ghazi Khan has extended service charges and fees in different categories.
Complete Story: http://www.nawaiwaqt.com.pk/E-Paper/multan/2017-09-24/page-5
Teachers vacant posts to be filled soon
Lahore: Parliamentarian Secretary Higher Education Mehwish Sultan steps are being taken for improvement of education and vacant posts of teachers will be filled soon.
Deputy Education Officer pays visit to high school
Lail Pur: The Deputy District Education Officer Kahror Paka Munawwar Hussain had a surprise visit of Government High School Lail Pur Lanjari and found the schools staff absent from school. The concerned resort was sent to Secretary Education.
Committee formed to audit distance education system
Multan: An audit committee was formed for conducting internal audit of distance education system.
Additional DPI Secondary to visit Multan
Multan: The Additional DPI Secondary Punjab Mahar Mushtaq Ahmed Siyal will pay a visit to different schools of Multan Lodhran.
High school under problems
Ghulab Lighari: Education of 750 students is being affected due to laziness in repairing work of building of Government High School Ghulab Lighai. Even there is acute shortage of basic facilities.
Primary school building dilapidated since years
Thatta: The building of Government Primary School Karo Ji Charhi, near Pithoro, is completely damaged since long forty years. Staff and student lives are at risk.
Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2017-9-25/news/page3/1%20(43).htm
Primary school building occupied by influential
Thari Mir Wah: The building of Government Primary School Manzoor Hussain Samor, near Mir Wah, was occupied by a local influential, using it for personal gains. The concerned education authorities are silent to take any action.
Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2017-9-25/news/page3/1%20(1).htm
School roof collapses
Shikarpur: The condition of Government Primary School Misri Wahan, near Ghari Yaseen, has reached to collapsing condition. It roof has fallen.
Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2017-9-25/news/page7/1%20(1).htm
Students compelled to study under trees
Nawab Wali Muhammad: The students of Government Primary School Qabool Rahujo, near Nawab Wali Muhammad, are getting education under trees, due to insufficient facilities in the school.
Shortage of basic facilities in schools
District Badin: PPP MPA Dr. Mahesh Kumar Malani visited girls and boys schools. He was briefed about conditions of the schools and insufficient basic facilities. Students are facing difficulties while attending the schools.
Civil Judge raids on school
Khairpur Mir: The Second Civil Judge Thari Mirwah paid a visit to Government High School Rasoolpur and restored the school workshop hall after taking action against responsible.
Civil Judge visited schools
Jacobabad: The Civil Judge Tangwani paid a visit to government schools of the area and found two schools dysfunctional and two teachers absent from duties.
Girls take out protest against shortage of facilities
Larkana: The Government Girls High School Bakrani is facing shortage of all kind of facilities. The Girl Students carried a protest for provision of required facilities.
Villagers hold protest against closure of school
Wahi Pandhi: The residents of Village Jaam babar carried a protest against closure of their school for past 14 years, leaving student future dark.
Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2017-9-24/news/page2/1%20(13).htm
No school building, students under trees
Jacobabad: Children in Village Kareem Katohar are compelled to sit under trees and carry on education, due to unavailability of school building for past 15 years.
Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2017-9-24/news/page3/1%20(1).htm
School did not restore
Khairpur Mir: The closed school of village Ghulam Qadir Metlo could not be restored, even after long protests of the residents.
Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2017-9-24/news/page3/1%20(7).htm
Two primary schools dysfunctional
District Thatta: The Government Primary School Sawan Khaskheli was left dysfunctional due to unavailability of teachers for past four years. On the other hand, Primary School Karfal Kheskheli has closed due to reasons of biometric system.
Complete Story: http://ummat.net/2017/09/24/news.php?p=d-63.gif
Raid on schools of Naushehro Feroz
The Government Schools of Naushehro Feroz were visited by the Judges. Most of the school buildings were occupied by local residents and utilized for their personal gains, while students were compelled to sit under trees.
Complete Story: http://epaper.pknewspapers.com/the-kawish.html
Education affected due to unavailability of facilities
Naushehro Feroz: The students of Government Primary School Village Muhammad Soomar Mallah are facing difficulties due to unavailability of basic facilities in the school. Even Education Department is silent to take any notice of the crumbling condition of education in the district.
Directives to provide facilities to schools
Naushehro Feroz: The Civil Naushehro Feroz Ghulam Madani Memon along with Taluka Education Officer paid a visit of different schools and found most of the schools facing problems of facilities. He issued directives for provision of basic facilities to the schools.
9 girls schools dysfunctional in Thari Mirwah
Khairpur Mir: It has been reported that 9 girls primary schools of Thari Mirwah have been left closed due to shortage of teachers. That has affected hundreds of girls’ education.
Primary school closed for past four years
Thatta: The Government Boys Primary School Sanwan Kheskheli is dysfunctional for past four years, depriving hundreds of students of education.
Civil Judge directed to teach English from class one
Jamshoro: The government schools of Thano Bola Khan were visited by the Civil Judge. He issued directives to the school authorities to teach students English subject from class one.
School roof parts tumbled down
Ghotki: A girl student got injured due to falling of roof pieces at Government Girls High School Ghotki. The school management stated that higher authorities were informed about the condition of the school.
NTS pass teachers protested for orders
Dadu: The NTS Test, 2013 pass aspirants held a protest for releasing of their offer orders.
Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2017-9-23/news/page2/1%20(6).htm
Primary school building dilapidating
Matyari: The building of Government Primary School Union Council Hingoro was left in a crumbling condition; it has reached to a collapsing condition, putting student lives at risk.
Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2017-9-23/news/page3/1%20(40).htm
Teachers shortage in schools despite Education Emergency
Agra: Despite Education Emergency, the schools of Razi Dero and Agra are under acute shortage of teachers; only six teachers are available to teach 480 students.
Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2017-9-23/news/page3/1%20(6).htm
School roof leaves ten students injured
Tharo Shah: The Building of Government main Primary School Haji Ali Nawaz Burdi has reached to crumbling condition. Ten students of the school have got serious injuries due to falling of its roof pieces.Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2017-9-23/news/page8/1%20(4).htm
Provision of education should be prioritized
Gwadar: Provision of education is the top priority; class education system should be finished and educational institutes should be provided with all facilities. The views were shared by MPA district Gwadar Hamal Kalmati, during a Jirga on education in District Council Hall.
Complete Story: http://dailyazadiquetta.com/epaper/m/46248/59c7f6f71423e
Spelling Bee Competition in Cadet College
Mastung: Inter Wing Spelling Bee Competition was held at Cadet College Mastung.
Complete Story: http://dailyazadiquetta.com/epaper/m/46263/59c7f83c28ecd
Development cannot be achieved without education
Noshki: Nazim e Alla Islami Jamiat e Tulba Pakistan Suhaib ul Din has said that there is no gap of talent in Balochistan; Governments’ favor is required. He added that development cannot be achieved without education.
Amendments in education are impossible without education
Quetta: Provincial Minister for Education Raheem Ziratwala and others have said that teachers bear heavy responsibilities; they have been called spiritual parents of children and without their cooperation education cannot be rectified.
Complete Story: http://dailyazadiquetta.com/epaper/m/46202/59c6d196cfef3
Dreams cannot come true without education
Zhob: The Deputy Commissioner Zhob Sherani Hayatullah Kakar has opined that dreams cannot come true without provision of education; it is first step towards success.
Complete Story: https://www.dailybaakhabar.com/category/page3/
Books have been provided in educational institutes
Othal: Progress of District Education Officer Lasbella Muhammad Azeem Sajidi and Haji Naveed Ahmed Sajidi is satisfying; with their support text books have been provided to Schools and co-curricular activities are boosted.
Scout training started in middle school
Walbanden: A scout training of students was started in Government Middle School Haji Khuda Bakhsh Reki.
Complete Story: http://dailyazadiquetta.com/epaper/m/45983/59c551509cf60
Children should focus on Education, says Education Officer
Chaman: The District Education Officer Chaman said during a result declaration program in Government Primary School Bogra Road that children should specially focus on their education.
Complete Story: http://dailyazadiquetta.com/epaper/m/45992/59c551f58c16e
34 arab rupees plan for improvement of education in Balochistan
Gwadar: The Additional Deputy Commissioner General Anees Tariq and District Education Officer Muneer Ahmed Nodezai distributed degrees among teachers who got training under ECE Project. It was also declared on the occasion that 34 arab rupees plan was prepared for improvement of education in the province.
Complete Story: http://dailyazadiquetta.com/epaper/m/45990/59c551c53b3b9
GTA alleges management responsible for hindrance in teachers problems
Chaman: A session of Government Teachers Association was held at DC Complex. The program was attended by different members, declaring that education management was responsible for bringing hindrances in the ways of solution of teachers’ problems.
Complete Story: http://dailyazadiquetta.com/epaper/m/46005/59c5529ee870b
Secretary Education declares to resolve teachers problems
Loralai: A tea party was organized by Senior Staff Association Loralai in the honor of Secretary Education. While addressing to the party, the Secretary said that teachers all problems will be resolved and resources will be utilized for improvement of education.
Complete Story: https://www.dailybaakhabar.com/category/page3/
It is responsibility of all to admit children in government schools
Pishin: A program was organized for Sports Week in Government Boys High School Karbala Pishin. While addressing to the program, the District Education Officer Pishin Haji Akbar said that it is responsibility of all to admit their children to government schools.
PEN’s reservations on Private Schools Regulator Authority Bill
Peshawar: The Provincial President Private Education Network (PEN) Muhammad Saleem Khan said that their reservations are still prevailing on Private Schools Regulator Authority’s Bill.
Education Act is financial murder of teachers
Peshawar: Ameer Jamat e Islami District Peshawar and member National Assembly Sabir Hussain said Jamat e Islami will not allow anyone to snatch the rights of teachers, declaring that education act is financial murder of teachers.
Teachers should educate students in a better manner
Bannu: The Director General of Commerce Education KPK Professor Muhammad Nadeem said teachers are assets of nation; they should play role in provision of better education to students.
Teachers stood against Education Service Act
Swabi: All Teachers Association district Swabi opposed the new Education Service Act, warning to start protests on provincial level.
Admission movement program in high school
Admission movement program was organized at Government High School Barqamber Khel Khyber Agency Tehsil Baara. On the occasion, Senator Momin Khan addressed that 54 schools affected due to terrorism will be restored soon.
Complete Story: http://epaper.dailyaaj.com.pk/epaper-detail.php?image=ODAzMjM=
Government is spending millions on provision of facilities
Peshawar: Special Assistant to the Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa for Live Stock Muhibullah Khan has said that Government is taking steps for provision of modern facilities to the new generation and millions of rupees are being spent for that program.
Complete Story: http://www.dailysubh.pk/peshawar?date=2017-09-24&page=2
Demand to provide staff to school
The District Council members Rasheed Alam Khan and Shoukat Ali have demanded for provision of staff in Government Girls Higher Secondary School Golerai.
Demand to take back decision of privatization of institutes
Mingora: The General Secretary Jamiat e Ulmai Islam and others have demanded from Government to take back the decision of privatization of educational institutes.
6 lac children admitted in government schools
Peshawar: The steps of Provincial Government for betterment of education are prominent; six lac children have been admitted in government schools they have been given monthly scholarships.
Complete Story: http://www.akhbarekhyber.com/epaper/m/37445/59c56761765bc
Bajaur teachers opposed Education Act
Bajaur Agency: The All Teachers Association Bajaur demanded for cancellation of Education Act.
School way did not construct since years
Laki Marwat: The road could not be constructed before Government Girls Degree College Laki Marwat since long years.
No privatization of educational institutes
Peshawar: The Member for NA-1 and President Jamat e Islami Youth Muhammad Siddique Rahman Paracha has said that privatization of government educational institutes is not acceptable.
Teachers are responsible for nation's prosperity
Swabi: Teachers are responsible for prosperity any nation; whereas education service act by provincial government is an enmity with them.