Special children can play an active role in society's uplift: Sherpao
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Senior Minister for Social Welfare and Irrigation Sikandar Hayat Khan Sherpao has said that Allah Almighty has bestowed a number of capabilities to special children and if these capacities were used properly, they could play active role in development of society.
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‘Inter-college, inter-division competitions are a must’
In an attempt to promote co-curricular activities among female colleges of the province, KP Govt organized inter-college and inter-division competitions, in which female colleges from all over the province took part.
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Teachers penalised for Rs 1.9 billion, awarded for Rs 1.5 billion
In the past 3 years, the K-P government has penalised absent teachers and officer of Education Department and has also awarded teachers on their good performance.
Private schools should focus on character building: Dr Hafiz Muhammad Ibrahim
District Education Officer Dr Hafiz Ibrahim Khan said that private schools should focus on teaching children to respect each other rather than make them materialistic.
Peshawar Board should be investigated: Abdul Hameed Afridi
President K-P Professors and Lecturers Association, Abdul Hameed Afridi said that due to bad mannerism of officers and expelling of controller examinations, the provincial government should investigate Peshawar Board.
Extracurricular activites at Frontier College for Women
Several sport competitions were held at Frontier College for Women.
Forward Model School and Girls College Results Announced
Forward Model School and Girls College have announced their annual results and prizes were distributed amongst position holders.
Student of Elizabeth Girl High School, Ayesha Malik, has received 86.2% in nursery class.
Despite an education emergency imposed by the provincial government, 963 schools out of more than 13,000 schools in the province are yet to be made functional. Secretary Education Balochistan Shan ul Haq termed the lack of building and teacher as the main cause behind non-functioning school.
Government taking steps for education in far flung areas: Nawab Muhammed Khan Shahwani
Minister S&GAD Nawab Shahwani said that students of Balochistan are very talented but due to lack of facilities, they are unable to perform well.
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Adequate resources are being used for education provision: ACS
Additional Chief Secretary, Dr Umar Khan Babar said that on the orders of CM and Governor Balochistan, adequate resources are being used for education provision.
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Transfer of teachers is a conspiracy against students: Pakistan Railway Workers Association
Divisional leaders of Pakistan Railway Workers Association said that transfer of teachers from schools such as DDO Chilton Town and Boys Model School Railway Colony, Quetta, is a conspiracy against students.
The idea of quitting your job to dedicate yourself to a cause is often romanticised and easier said than done. Especially, when the job one is quitting comes with a six-figure salary and immense career growth.
‘S&T education to help create pool of skilled manpower’ – President Mamnoon Hussain
President Mamnoon Hussain on Tuesday stressed the need for the provision of quality education to the youths, especially in the fields of engineering and science and technology, to create a pool of skilled manpower in the country, and said it would strengthen national economy.
President for greater focus on early childhood care and education
President Mamnoon Hussain on Tuesday called for laying greater focus on children brought-up at an early age for promoting a healthy society and ensuring a better future of the young generation.
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1,000 positions vacant at FDE institutes
While a large number of daily wages employees are running from pillar to post, over 1,000 positions of different cadres are lying vacant in the various educational institutions of the Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) for the last many years.
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Survey to be conducted for establishing new schools
Minister CADD Dr Tariq Fazal Chaudhary, after talking to people in NA-49, gave the decision to conduct a survey for establishing new schools in the area.
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Promotion of 2,000 teachers delayed
Due to certain errors in seniority lists, promotion of 2,000 teachers has been delayed.
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AIOU extends admissions date until April 7
The Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) has extended the last date of current admission to its Matric to postgraduate-level programmes till April 7 with nominal late fee.
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Book fair at IIUI on March 30
A "Dawah Book Fair" organised by the Dawah Academy of the International Islamic University, Islamabad will kick-off on March 30 at the Faisal Mosque campus of the university.
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No one can compete against an educated nation: Bilawal Bhutto Zardari
Chairman PPP Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said no one can compete against an educated nation and imparting education to youth was the dream of Benazir Bhutto.
Applications for Chairman Education Boards
Since the retirement of Dr Muhammed Zareef, there are 5 vacant positions for chairmen boards.
Student of Grammar Public School, Raja Azaan Jahangir was given a gold medal for achieving A+ grade in his SSC examinations.
Teachers stage sit-in outside PA
A large number of schoolteachers Tuesday staged a sit-in outside the Punjab Assembly, criticising the Punjab government for handing over public schools to Daanish Schools Authority and other issues faced by them.
Student of FG Boys Public School received first position in middle standard scholarship examination.
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‘Avoid power shutdown during exams’
Provincial Minister for Education and Literacy Jam Mehtab Hussain Dahar has asked K-Electric, HESCO and Sukkur Electric Supply Company to avoid power shutdown during examinations of secondary classes across the province so that the students may do their papers in comfort.
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Sindh in grip of cheaters, 192 students held using unfair means in SSC exams
The vigilance teams of Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Larkana on Tuesday caught 192 students red handed while using unfair means (copying) in the examinations of Secondary School Certificate Part-I and Part –II.
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Sindh CM Murad Ali Shah takes notice of paper leak in Sukker
Taking notice of an exam paper of the Sukkur education board being leaked, Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah on Tuesday warned that whoever was responsible for the leak "will be sent home". "There is no room for forgiveness in this matter," Shah said after a paper of the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Sukkur's class nine was leaked.
Several schools in Sindh yet to be given books
New academic session will start from 1st April and students are yet to be given textbooks.
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120 USAID-funded schools not yet established in Sindh
Sindh Basic Education Program (SBEP) is a USAID-funded project which is being implemented by the Government of Sindh's Education and Literacy Department in the province of Sindh. This program is worth $165 million out of which $10 million were to be contributed by Sindh government.
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SSC exams begin at 79 centres in city
Secondary School Certificate examinations being held under the Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK) got under way at some 79 examination centres throughout the city on Tuesday.
5 teachers expelled over changing marks
Professors of Government Islamia Science College, Government College of Commerce and Economics and others have been expelled.
New Secretary College Education
Pervez Seehar has been appointed new Secretary College Education and he will take charge of his position on 29th March.
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Matric examinations (General and Private) start from today
Annual examinations for class 9th and 10th started today on time.
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Formula for good performance in Government schools
Letters to the Editor
Schools without toilets
Cheating in matriculation exams in K-P
Traffic problem of students