Main priorities in budget; Education and Health
Imran Khan Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf has said priorities must be given to education and health in next budget. Revenue of Province will be increased by promoting tourism.
Increase in Private Schools fee’s
Private schools are mere business now they are looting parents with their different fee structure which include uniform, books, Shoes, admission fees, sport fees, annual fees and certificate fees. Stiil it remains a question, If public schools were good then why parents move towards private schools.
70% school burden lies with private schools
Chairman Talat Rashid of All Pakistan Private Schools Association said during an address that Government must stop playing with private schools and stop using different techniques against private schools. He further said that 70% school burden is carried by private schools and they pay heavy tax to government.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/peshawar/2016-05-30/page-3
Summer holidays and parent’s responsibility
Summer holidays put many responsibilities on parents. In these long vacations parents give more focus to their kids so they might not diverge from studies and not involved in wrong activities. Professor Mohammad Javed during his address on ‘summer holidays and parent’s responsibility’ said only by giving proper attention to kids can bring bright future in Pakistan.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/peshawar/2016-05-30/page-3
Private Schools are not following the rules
Even after the orders of Deputy Commissioner many schools in Peshawar still getting lump sum fees of three months from parents. Deputy Commissioner issued orders to start taking actions against those private schools who are taking fees for three months.
Na body recommends funds for Varsities
The National Assembly Standing Committee on Federal Education and Professional Training has recommended giving sufficient funds to the universities so that they could construct their own buildings.
US & KP Universities develop Research and Training links
The three-year Universities Partnership Programme between the five public sector universities of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and the University of Kentucky in the United States has created a strong research and training links between the two countries, said participants of a conference.
Steps sought to revive education sector in Swat
Parents on Friday presented a charter of demands to the parliamentarians and local government members, seeking their help to solve the problems the education sector is facing in Swat. The demands were put forth at a dialogue between the District Parent Ittihad (DPI) and parliamentarians organised by Alif Ailan and Sarhad Rural Support Programme. Education department officials and social activists were also in attendance.
British HC reviews UK’s Education, Health support in KP
British High Commissioner to Pakistan, Thomas Drew CMG, visited Mardan where he toured two schools and a Basic Health Unit. The schools are being supported through the UK’s education sector programme in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, a press release issued by the British High Commission here on Friday said.
Quranic education to be made part of curricula: Minister
Federal Minister for Haj and Interfaith Harmony Sardar Mohammad Yousuf Saturday said the government was including Quranic education in the schools syllabus of federal and provincial educational institutions.
Students urged to properly utilise summer vacation
The educationists have called upon the students to continue their studies during summer vacation so that they could become successful in future. “Some students take the summer vocation for granted that affect their education adversely. The students should continue their studies to serve their country,” Hafiz Farooq Ali, principal of University Public School, said.
NA body assures AWKUM officials of solving problems
The National Assembly Standing Committee on Federal Education and Professional Training on Saturday assured the officials of the Abdul Wali Khan University (AWKUM) of solving the problems being faced by the university.
Speakers flay closure of schools in Fata
Speakers at a ceremony on Sunday condemned the Fata Secretariat’s policy of closing down government schools in the name of rationalisation in tribal areas, demanding that the policy be should be rolled back immediately.
Solve the teacher’s problems
District president of Azad Kashmir Teachers association Ch Saeed visit the divisional headquarter of education with the delegation of teachers and meet the divisional director schools and present the problems of the teachers.
Process for hiring teachers starts
The process of hiring 1,890 teachers in the district’s government schools started on Friday. Interviews will continue till June 7. The provincial government established a five-member committee led by District Coordination Officer Talat Mehmood for making the recruitment's. The committee also includes executive district officer’s finance, planning and education, the district monitoring officer and a representative of the Punjab government.
The Capital Development Authority (CDA) has started imposing fines on private schools for non-conforming use residential premises. According to members of the Private Schools Association, a number of private schools have been fined Rs0.5 million for non-conforming use.
Complete Story: http://www.dawn.com/news/1261188/education-watch
Violating private schools’ registration to be cancelled from today
The education department is going to start cancelling the registration of private schools from Saturday for not closing down for summer vacation as per the Punjab government’s directives.
KU non-teaching staff end protest on VC’s assurances
Protesting non-issuance of leave encashment forms since Thursday, non-teaching staff of the University of Karachi (KU) called off its protest after the varsity’s vice chancellor assured them of resolving the matter at the earliest, on Friday.
IIU to open faculty block, Global Media Centre today
As the International Islamic University (IIU) will hold 10th convocation today (Saturday), a newly-constructed faculty block for engineering students and a new faculty -- Faculty of Computing -- will be inaugurated on the occasion.
Final day of Beijing Forum of 2016 held at NUST
The final day of the first overseas chapter of the prestigious Beijing Forum of 2016 took place here at the National University of Sciences and Technology. The day which centered around the theme ‘Pakistan and China in the community of common destiny for all mankind’, saw five panel sessions and a round table encompassing concepts including China Pakistan relations, demographics, security as well as culture and civilizations, says a press release.
Pak-Argentina agree to cooperate in Education, Culture
Ambassador of Argentina to Pakistan Ivan Ivanissevich on Friday said that his country would like to work in collaboration with the Government of Pakistan in the sector of education, trade and culture. During a meeting with the minister of state for federal education Engr Muhammad Baligh ur Rahman, the ambassador also offered to give lectures in schools, colleges and universities to share his wide experience of education with Pakistani Students.
NUML holds Chinese Bridge Competition
Chinese Proficiency Competition for Foreign Students “15th Chinese Bridge” arranged by Confucius Institute Islamabad and Embassy of the People’s Republic of China was held at National University of Modern Languages (NUML).
Private schools still open defying govt order
A large numbers of private schools are opened in across the district forcing the parents to send their children to schools in the scorching heat. The Punjab government through Ministry of Education ordered closure of all the educational institutions, both public and private, following the intense heat wave in the province.
70 buses to be bought for FDE Schools and Colleges
Under the Prime Minister’s Education Sector Reforms Programme, the Capital Administration and Development Division has planned to purchase 70 buses for the government schools and colleges in the Islamabad Capital Territory. The CADD regulates these educational institutions totaling 422 through the Federal Directorate of Education.
Teachers to protest delay in promotion notification
The teachers of federal government colleges in the Islamabad Capital Territory have threatened agitation against delay in promotion. They warned they would take to the streets to claim right.
Problems of teachers
Federal Government Teachers Association comments that we are trying to solve the problems of teachers.
Complete Story: http://www.nawaiwaqt.com.pk/E-Paper/islamabad/2016-05-28/page-3
Construction of Mughalabad School
Ch Nisar Ali Khan Issue the 11 lack grant for the extra rooms of mughalabad schools. He noticed, about the misuse of budget for school construction.
Complete Story: http://www.nawaiwaqt.com.pk/E-Paper/islamabad/2016-05-29/page-4
IIU Pro-Chancellor calls on Minister
International Islamic University Pro-Chancellor and Imam Muhammad Bin Saud University Riyadh Rector Professor Suleiman Abdullah Aba Al-Khail met Minister of State for Federal Education and Professional Training Baligh-ur-Rehman and praised the government for putting the country on the track of Socio-economic progress. Professor Suleiman is in the country to attend the IIU's 10th convocation.
Millennial represents Pakistan in Microsoft Event
As many as 240 educators from 75 countries gathered in Budapest, Hungary this month for Microsoft's Annual E2 Educator Exchange event, a celebration of innovation and passion, a gathering of great minds and amazing ideas. The theme of the event was ‘Empowered teachers to help every student on the planet to achieve more.’
Menstrual hygiene facilities remain inadequate for girls in schools
As world commemorates Menstrual Hygiene (MH) Day Friday, the purely health related issue of women and girls remains a tabooed topic in Pakistani society surrounded by myths and mis-perceptions.
President calls for modern, scientific education
President Mamnoon Hussain on Saturday urged youth to acquire modern and scientific education to compete with the people living in other parts of the world. He was addressing the 10th convocation of the Islamic International University at the Jinnah Convention Centre here as the chief guest.
Teachers body polls tomorrow
With the elections for the Federal Government Teachers Association just a day away, canvassing reached its peak on Saturday. The candidates along supporters and sympathizers were seen contacting voters for support. There are four panels in the electoral arena, including the Malik Ameer Khan-led United Teachers Forum, the Khalid Mehmood Panel, Shafiq Mughal Panel and Chaudhry Ilyas Minhas Panel.
RIS Montessori Graduation Ceremony held
The Montessori Graduation Ceremony of Roots International Schools, was held in an environment of jubilation in an aesthetic ambience at the Pakistan Red Crescent Society, says a press release. Joao Sabido Costa, Chargé d' Affairs, Embassy of Portugal along with his wife was the chief guest on the occasion.
New Argentinean envoy offers to give lecturers to Pakistani students
New Ambassador of Argentina Ivan Ivanissevich on Friday offered to give lecturers in Pakistani schools, colleges and universities as an academician. "I wish to deliver lectures and talk in schools, colleges and universities to share my wide experience of education with Pakistani students. As an academician, I've already taught International Relations in Quaid-i-Azam University during my previous ambassadorial tenure in the country," he told Minister for Federal Education and Professional Training Muhammad Baligh-ur-Rehman during a meeting here.
Urdu University to have own building
The Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science and Technology has planned to put up own building for Islamabad campus. Currently, the campus operates in a rented Wapda building near Zero Point. FUUAST Vice-Chancellor Dr. Suleiman D Mohammad told reporters here that the university had purchased 80 kanals of land near Kuri Road in Chak Shahzad on the outskirts of Islamabad to build the campus from own resources.
Bhara Kahu Girls College gets Principal
Things are fast moving towards the opening of the first government girls degree college in Bhara Kahu, the capital’s biggest rustic locality inhabited by around 0.3 million people. The Islamabad Model College for Girls, Bhara Kahu, is likely to begin classes in August. In the latest development, FG Margalla College for Women, F-7/4, associate professor Samina Ashraf has been made the college’s principal.
Numl’s ‘Charagh-e-Badr’ gives hopes to capital’s marginalized kids
Ten-year-old Zulaikha had never thought to go to school as unlike her peers she had to scavenge through bins, garbage dumps and even drains of sector I-10 of the Capital to find out some sellable rubbish every day before returning home in the evening in a slum of the same sector. But thanks to National University of Modern Languages’ (NUML) programme ‘Charagh-e-Badr’ for giving hope to her and several other kids like her, now she has a bag full of books and notebooks and a tidy uniform.
6,024 degrees conferred on women graduates on female day
International Islamic University (IIU) of Islamabad is a well-recognized seat of learning in the Muslim Ummah and its services and contributions are highly appreciated all over the Islamic world. These views were expressed by Prof Dr. Suleiman bin Abdullah Aba-Al Khail, Rector Imam Muhammad bin Saud Islamic University Riyadh/Pro-Chancellor IIU on the university’s 10th convocation (Female Day) in which, 6,024 degrees were conferred on women students including 145 overseas, 29 PhDs and 150 were awarded Gold medals in this mega event of IIUI. After conferring degrees to the 11,644 students in IIU 10th Convocation, a total number of graduated students of the varsity reached to 38002.
President stresses upon projecting true image of Islam
President Mamnoon Hussain Saturday called upon the thinkers, researchers, teachers and students to play their due role in highlighting the true image of Islam by effectively countering a negative impression created by certain elements.
Cooperation between Pakistan & Azerbaijan growing
Azerbaijan celebrates Republic Day on 28 May every year. Azerbaijan emerged as a democracy almost a century ago, exactly 98 years. Charged Affaires of Republic of Azerbaijan in Pakistan, Mr Chingiz Garibli and Mrs. Aliya Garibli hosted glittering reception in the federal capital of Pakistan to celebrate the Republic Day. A large number of diplomats graced the function.
Art exhibition ‘Where Are We’ at Comsats
The four-day art exhibition titled “Where are we?”, which started here at COMSATS Institute of Information Technology (CIIT) on March 25, concluded on Saturday. The exhibition, which was in collaboration with Austrian Embassy, was aimed at promoting inter-cultural understanding and each other’s cultures. The exhibition was inaugurated by Austrian Ambassador Dr Brigitta Blaha and In-charge CIIT Islamabad Campus Dr Raheel Qamar on Wednesday.
11,644 got degrees at 10th Convocation of IIUI
The President of Pakistan and Chancellor, International Islamic University, Islamabad (IIUI), Mamnoon Hussain has urged Muslim scholars and researchers to portray the true image of Islam before the world. He was addressing the 10th convocation of the International Islamic University in Islamabad on Saturday here at the Jinnah Convention Centre. The convocation was organised for the male students of the university. 5620 graduating students including 484 overseas students were conferred degrees, while the President of Pakistan also awarded 115 gold medals and 81 PhD degrees to the male students.
Schools devise courses to ‘Soften’ Cops
Ministry of Planning, Development and Reforms in collaboration with the Islamabad Capital Territory police and management of universities has worked out a plan to develop a soft image of police by imparting them with relevant education through short-term skill development courses which are likely to start from August.
Early Childhood Classrooms for 300 more schools
The early childhood education (ECE) programme, piloted in Toba Tek Singh’s 300 government primary schools in 2015, was extended on Friday to 300 more schools at a function. Punjab Education Minister Rana Mashhood Ahmad and UNICEF chief field officer Douglas G Higgins were also present.
Career Counselling; Questions and Answers
Q1: I am an accountant in a multinational company. I want to do LLB and afterward I want to start practice of law. Kindly guide me from where should I get degree without attending classes because I can’t leave my job. Your advice will be very valuable for me in making a decision. (Zaid Hamid - Islamabad)
PHEC to set up academies for teacher training
Punjab Higher Education Commission (PHEC) Chairman Prof Dr Muhammad Nizamuddin Has Said That Teaching is not an ordinary job as it is generally considered but It Is the most sensitive and specialised field today.
Medical Colleges urged to build accountability system
Former governor of Punjab Lt-Gen (r) Khalid Maqbool has said that ethics and behaviour of doctors has become a big issue nowadays adding our medical institutions should build internal systems of accountability.
LUMS Centre for entrepreneurship holds third investors summit in two years
LUMS Centre for Entrepreneurship (LCE), LUMS’ flagship experiential development platform for entrepreneurs held an exclusive investor event to mark the graduation of its fourth cohort of nine start-ups graduating from The Foundation incubator.
School of excellence to be handed over to NGOs
Education Department decided to hand over Government schools having category of ‘School of Excellence’ to NGOs. To improve the quality education Government is trying different policies.
Mistakes in question papers
Intermediate Mathematics paper that was held yesterday contained mistakes. According to details there was an error in question no 20 of objective and 9 of subjective paper. According to board laws candidates who solved those questions will get full credit.
Instructions to Private Schools for summer holidays
Notices have been sent to 42 private schools which didn’t close their schools after announcement of summer holidays and ordered them to close their schools today.
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Extra-curricular activities expose mental abilities
Principle Post Graduate Medical College Institute Professor Dr. Khalid Mehmood has told extra-curricular activities are very important for building mind capabilities of students and these must be promoted.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/metropolitan1/28-May-2016/388467
The news Education Expo in Lahore
‘The News Education Expo 2016’ is starting today in Lahore organized by Jang Media group this is the largest education expo in the country. Many institutions will display their stalls in expo which will provide information regarding education to students and parents attending the event.
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Poor Condition of Health and Education
Dr. Fareed Ahmed of Jamat E Islami has told that Sri Lanka and Nepal is more develop than our country in terms of Education. We are far behind in health and education divisions, no country can progress without education.
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Punjab Teachers Union condemned the formation of the District Education authority
Leaders of Punjab teachers Union condemned the formation of the district education Authority, they said that current government always disturb the system of Public schools and think them as their own business but this time we won’t let their laws to prevail.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/metropolitan4/30-May-2016/389535
Symbolical education fee’s
The owner of the semi government and private educational institutions visited the DPO Qasoor and consultant the meeting with DPO Qasoor. The owner of Schools decides that the half fees charge from the in service servant’s children of police.
Education minister didn’t allow schools to take their scheduled exams
General President of All Pakistan Private Schools Management Association didn’t keep with their promise of letting private schools open for their first and midterm exams. They issued notice of opening schools only for those who are taking annual exams rest will be closed
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/metropolitan4/30-May-2016/389534
Scholarship for technical education
Chief Executive officer Ahmed Shafiq of College of Tourism and hotel management has said that scholarship funds for technical education must be increased in order to bring young generation toward technical education.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/metropolitan1/30-May-2016/389526
Change of admission schedule in whole province of medical students
Admission criteria were changed for the betterment of medical education. Admission will base on the standard education and central entry test. Those students who want to take the admission at medical college than they are pass in the entry test and standard education.
Training for teachers: Professor Nizam Uddin
Chairman of Punjab Higher Education Commission professor Nizamuddin Says that training for the teachers of Universities and colleges is compulsory. Without well trained teachers and professors it’s not possible to develop the better society.
Health and Educational budget
Mian Mehmood ur Rashid from opposition present their suggestion to Punjab Government for health and educational Budget, they demanded double budget for education and health.
Protest as school teachers denied salaries
Private school teachers protested against school owners against non-payment of salaries due to closure of schools for summer vacation following the Punjab government directives. Teachers Rafee, Usman Ghani, Jameel Ahmad, Iqrar Hussain, Abdullah and others said that their home expenses are biased on their pay and also EID will be celebrated in July.
Students come up with socially conscious art works
The thesis show at Beacon House National University, Tarogil Campus, Raiwind Road, was a well-attended event that featured the works of some 70 or so graduating students from the departments of Fine Arts, Visual Arts, Visual Communication Design, Textile and Fiber Studies, Fashion and Fiber Studies, besides Jewelry and Accessories Department.
BZU Sub-Campus shut due to ‘security threat’
The Bahauddin Zikariya University’s local sub-campus has been closed for an indefinite period because of ‘security threat’. The university administration has reportedly got vacated all hostels and academic blocks. All scheduled examinations have also been postponed. Talking to media persons, campus director Dr Moueed denied such rumours and claimed that the campus was shut because of summer vacation.
The news 2016 Education Expo from today
Jang Media Group’s annual mega education event—The News Education Expo’16—is starting from Monday (today). The two-day event will be open for public at Faletti’s Hotel from 10:00am to 7:00pm daily. The event will feature information stalls from some of the top educational organisations from across Pakistan providing an excellent opportunity to visitors especially prospective students to explore details about wide range of programmes, fee structures and scholarship opportunities offered by participating and foreign institutes.
Performance Check: Schools to be reviewed before PEF hand over
The Punjab School Education Department (SED) has constituted committees to review lists of schools to be handed over to the Punjab Education Foundation (PEF). In an order sent to all Education executive district officers (EDOs) of the province, the officials have been directed to recheck the schools included in the list of Phase-II of the Public School Support Programme (PSSP).
PU Job Fair
In order to provide job opportunities to students in the fields of information technology, finance, marketing and management information system, the Punjab University’s Institute at Business & Information Technology (IBIT) organised a job fair here on Saturday.
Complete Story: http://www.thenews.com.pk/print/123682-PU-job-fair
The City School honours services of staff members
The City School (TCS) central region organised its ‘Long Service Awards Ceremony’ to recognise and honour the dedicated and committed service of the staff on Saturday at a local hotel. The central region and head office staff members, heads of departments and school management, teachers and tutors, domestic and custodial employees, who played a remarkable role in establishing the network as the leader of education in Pakistan, were acknowledged on the occasion.
Top cop seeks free education for cops’ kids
Policemen are responsible for the protection of life, honour and property of the masses and it is our responsibility to take care of their children, especially the children of martyred policemen, DPO Syed Ali Nasir Rizvi stressed. Addressing the meeting held with the principals and administration of all the government and private schools in the district, he urged the participants to offer special educational packages for the children of policemen.
Germany a destination for higher studies, research and innovation
Germany is the largest economy in Europe and the fifth largest in the world. A cosmopolitan country which lies at the heart of Europe and more than 80 million people live here, without doubt the most populous country of the EU. It is a federal republic founded in 1949 as a parliamentary democracy.
Governor Lauds DUHS Doctors for successful liver transplants
Sindh Governor Dr Ishratul Ebad on Sunday congratulated the team of doctors at the Dow University of Health Sciences (DUHS), Ojha campus, who carried out three successful liver transplants at the varsity. During a visit to the campus, the governor met with the liver donors and recipients, who were all reported to be recovering well.
Search for DUHS VC likely to end this week
The long battle to find the next vice-chancellor for Dow University of Health Sciences (DUHS) is likely to end this week when the academic search committee meets. According to sources in the Sindh government, the DUHS search committee will once again proceed with the same names it recommended earlier: Dr Saeed Qureshi, Prof Umer Farooq and Dr Ajmad Siraj Memon.
Land of opportunities: Education, Career Expo kicks off
Career counselors, educationists, representatives of different universities and students came under one roof for the two-day education and career expo organised by the Express Media Group at the Karachi Expo Centre on Saturday.
USAID breaks ground for school in Qamber Shahdadkot
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) broke ground on the construction of a school in Mondar Lakha Village, Qambar Shahdadkot District. Sindh Education Secretary Fazlullah Pechuho planted a tree to mark the occasion, which was attended by officials, teachers, students and members of the community, said a statement issued by the US Consulate General.
Administrator visits SSUET’s heatstroke Centre
The Administrator Karachi District East, Rehmatullah Shaikh, visited the Heat-stroke Treatment Centre set up by Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology (SSUET) at its Campus and appreciated the institution’s initiative. A SSUET spokesman said on Sunday that the administrator was received by SSUET Registrar Syed Sarfraz Ali who took him round. He informed that the Centre has been set up to take care of the university students in case of any heat-stroke incident.
Express ‘Education and Career Expo’ started in Karachi
‘Education and Career Expo’ is started on 28th of May in Karachi by Express Media Group in which many reputable and large institutes are providing career and educational information to parents and students. 30 Private and public institutes held their information stalls at the expo.
End of Educational Expo in Karachi
‘Education and Career Expo 2016’ continued for two days, expo was successfully ended this Sunday. Thousands of students and parents participated on second day of expo.
Convocation of Post Graduate College Jhelum
Government Post graduate college Jhelum organized their first convocation of BS program. Degrees were distributed among 180 students of session 2010-2014 and 2011-2015
Websites containing Lectures of University Professors
Higher education commission of Pakistan issued first website having lectures of professors of Universities. Chairman Dr. Ata-ur-Rehamn give information about this website on the eve of Educational and career Expo in Karachi.
Punjab College arrange the open house for entry test
Punjab Group of Colleges arrange the open house for the entry test and registration. The purpose of the arrangement of open house was to facilitate the student about the professional education.
Complete story: http://www.nawaiwaqt.com.pk/E-Paper/karachi/2016-05-30/page-5
A ray of hope for girls by ‘Anne-Birgitte Albrectsen’
Maya, a 16-year-old girl from Dolakha district in Nepal, is already a mother and a wife. Nepal has the second highest adolescent pregnancy rate in South Asia, and it is estimated that one in ten girls there will marry below the age of 15. A large proportion of them will drop out of school.
Complete Story: http://pakobserver.net/2016/05/28/a-ray-of-hope-for-girls/
Education system in Karachi By ‘Zunaira Latif’
I would like to focus on corruption of education in Karachi. Educational system is so corrupted that it has crossed all the boundaries. This is a very common fear of the students that before taking the exam the paper would have been leaked. Paper leaking has become very common in Karachi board. Schools and colleges especially governments ones do not even strictly investigate.
Education report [EDITORIAL]
Adversely impacting the poor, Pakistan’s state of public education is nothing short of a national crisis. The results of decades of neglect towards education investment are aptly illustrated in Alif Ailaan’s report Pakistan District Education Rankings, 2016. For its fourth edition, the advocacy group tracked the performance of 151 districts in the country, only to find a decrease in overall education quality and infrastructure.
Complete Story: http://www.dawn.com/news/1261471/education-report
Extremism in Books By ‘Mohammad Ali Babakhel <http://www.dawn.com/authors/2112/mohammad-ali-babakhel> ’
When it comes to countering extremism, Pakistan’s approach is primarily reactive, with diagnostic efforts largely absent. Unfortunately, extremism and terrorism have grown to such an extent that we no longer have the luxury of continuing our decades-old romance with denial.
Complete Story: http://www.dawn.com/news/1261474/extremism-in-books
Use of hashish among educated youth on the rise
“I have been consuming hashish for the last two years. I had caught the habit from my elder cousin. I am suffering from memory loss and fatigue,” Jamil Khan, a red-eyed young student, narrated his ordeal in between his strokes of hashish-laden cigarette.
Learning essentials by ‘Sqn Ldr (r) M Saleem Ansari’
The two sectors that have been given the least attention by successive governments in the country are healthcare and education. We have seen an increase in the number of educational institutions but the learning facilities they offer are inadequate. However, the main issue is the quality of teaching. This is the biggest reason students fail to meet the challenges of the modern age. To arrest the falling trends educational institutions need to get four essentials right: reading, writing, listening and speaking.
Complete Story: http://www.thenews.com.pk/print/123777-Learning-essentials
An education by ‘Rehana Rafique’
This refers to the letter, ‘Innovation driving economies’ (May 18) by Atta-ur-Rehman. The writer has rightly noted the importance of education for economic success. It cannot be improved by building roads, but by giving awareness to people. It is unfortunate that our annual budget for education is negligible when compared with any state in South Asia.
Complete Story: http://www.thenews.com.pk/print/123780-An-education
All we want is an education by ‘Aamir Aquil’
This refers to the sorrow, grief and shame associated with the news report headlined, “Districts ranking: 48% schools in Pakistan without drinking water” published in this newspaper on May 25. We claim to be an Islamic republic, which should ideally value education, but in the priority list of our rulers and policymakers, education comes as one of the last items and successive governments have failed to consider it as one of the most important factors for the development of country and society.
Complete Story: http://tribune.com.pk/story/1111580/all-we-want-is-an-education/
Demand for hostel by ‘Munaj Gul Muhammad’
It is a matter of disgrace that the one and only Atta Shad Degree College in Turbat doesn’t have a hostel for the countless students who are facing problems of residence. The number of students who don’t attend the college regularly was because of the absence of hostels. As they don’t have hostel facilities, it’s problematic for them to commute back and forth from their homes — that are, in fact, situated nowhere close to the college itself.
Complete Story: http://tribune.com.pk/story/1111575/demand-for-hostel/
Gordon College by ‘Taraq Jazy’
Soon after the conquest of Punjab was completed by the British in 1849, the American Presbyterian Mission entered the field of education. It opened a primary school in Rawalpindi in 1856, which was upgraded to the status of a high school in 1862. It was in this school near the Raja Bazaar building that Gordon College was founded in 1893 by Dr Andrew Gordon. The glorious period of Gordon College was during the principalship of Dr R R Stewart (1934-1955), who was an outstanding educationist. In 1948, it was the only college in Rawalpindi. For a long time, it was the most prestigious college in the Potohar region.
Complete Story: http://tribune.com.pk/story/1111577/gordon-college/
Prioritising quality in Education by ‘M Fazal Elahi’
It is true down to the core that ‘quality’ in education continues to be a victim of utter neglect particularly in the public sector institutions of our country. The saddest part of this unfortunate state of affairs is that even after seven decades of our existence no one at the helm in the government has ever bothered to keep a tab on this critical issue and resolve it with a sense of commitment and responsibility.
Evolving it literacy in KP by ‘Zunash Abbasi’
We need a sound and futuristic education for sustainable development. Given the challenge of its scale, the Provincial governments can make full use of appropriate educational technologies. Although Pakistan has remained in a state of technological-isolation, specifically regarding the public education system, this has been changing rapidly. Recently, governments, development partners and a large number of social entrepreneurs have shown a growing interest in ICT-based solutions to myriad problems related to access and quality of education in the public sector.
Complete Story: http://pakobserver.net/2016/05/30/evolving-it-literacy-in-kp/
Where do out-of-school children go? By Noor Ahmed Baloch
One wonders why Pakistan tops the position downwardly when it comes to education. It happened in many surveys on different state of affairs. For instance, recently the Institute of Social and Policy Sciences presented a report quoting that Pakistan has the second highest number of out-of-school children in the world. The highest number goes to Nigeria. And Pakistan spends the lowest on education in South Asia. This makes Pakistan first-position holder in terms of the least spending country on education.
Lack of research culture in Pakistan by ‘Aimen Azhar Khan’
There is considerably low rate of researches done in Pakistan. The universities have a few research centers which are not well equipped so the researchers conducted lack in quality. Many students are also not inclined towards research because our teaching and education system do not support this culture. Since primary school students are urged to get good grades rather than introducing them to research and innovation.
Prioritising quality in Education by ‘M Fazal Elahi’
It is true down to the core that ‘quality’ in education continues to be a victim of utter neglect particularly in the public sector institutions of our country. The saddest part of this unfortunate state of affairs is that even after seven decades of our existence no one at the helm in the government has ever bothered to keep a tab on this critical issue and resolve it with a sense of commitment and responsibility. Unquestionably, however, rhetoric vis-a-vis the vital issue of quality has always been at the top during the reign of successive governments in Pakistan.
Performance of Punjab in education ranking
According to district education ranking 2016 Punjab Performance in terms of school infrastructure is appreciated Punjab is on number one and overall Punjab is on number 2. This ranking is issued by Alif Ailaan; according to them 93% of schools in Punjab has basic facilities.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/columns/29-May-2016/388973
Education, media, social development and higher education
In a multi-faceted country like Pakistan there is a dire need of institutes like higher education for promoting education. Purpose of these institutions is not only attest degrees or keep control on educational systems but they also play part in changing fate of nation.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/columns/30-May-2016/389503
Tax, Games and Education
Tax system is not efficient in Pakistan there is no sense of enforcing tax on education and sports stadiums. As this burden is not lies with the owners but general public has to pay these taxes. Better solution is to keep education and sport taxes very low.
Education and Health Budget By Khalid Shah
Private schools ignored from the budget. 70% share of education from private schools and 30% from government schools in Pakistan. The amount of budget spends on the government schools.
Complete Story: http://www.nawaiwaqt.com.pk/E-Paper/karachi/2016-05-29/page-9
We are trying to make educational institute best: Iftikhar Mashwani
Mardan: Mr. Iftikhar Ali Mashwani, MPA Chairman Dedak Company inaugurated Girls School Gujjar Garhi. He said on this occasion that provincial government spending billions of rupees for the betterment of the provincial girls and boys schools. He said we never compromise on standard and quality of the constructions of school buildings.
Complete Story: http://peshawar.ausaf.pk/?pg=2
Daily Awam-un-Nas, Peshawar, Page No.3
Daily Surkhab, Peshawar, Page No.3
Classes are not started in High School Chisma Mitha Khan: Kohat
Kohat: 7.4 million rupees were spent on the construction of Government High School Chisma Mitha Khan which is constructed on 10 Canal area of land, but still classes are not started. The building, constructed by the ex-Provincial Minister Syed Qalab Hassan’s fund, but still classes are not started due to political conflict. The building changed into a ghost building.
Complete Story: Daily Subh, Peshawar, Page No.2
No University in FATA despite having ten million of population
Mohmand Agency: PTI, MNA, Mr. Qaisar Jamal Afridi said that Muslim League (N) central government is not sincere with the development of FATA. National Assembly is working for the safety of the corrupt politician and not working for the nation. He said that FATA population reached up to ten million, but there is no single University for them.
Complete Story: Daily Akhbar-e-Khyber, Peshawar, Page No.3
Need to review security situation of government schools
Peshawar: The Education Department decided to take strict disciplinary action against the private schools that does not follow the instruction of provincial government about summer vacations. The officials of the Educational Board issued special instruction to prepare that private school who doesn't give the summer vacation as per the announcement of the provincial government.
Complete Story: Daily Mashriq, Peshawar, Page No.3
Decision taken to Install Solar Panels in all schools of Khyber Agency
Jamrud: It is necessary for us to pay attention to education instead of a gun. The Peace established development work would be carried on merit and electricity issue will be resolved soon. These views were shared by the MNA, Al-Haaj Shah Ji Gul Afridi at Zain Gul Hujra. He announced on this occasion that Solar panel will be installed in all schools of Khyber Agency.
Complete Story: Daily Aaj, Peshawar, Page No.3
Private School owners violate directives of District Government about fee collection
Peshawar: In the wake of upcoming annual summer vacation, most of the private schools have started collecting fees for three months in advance, adding to the miseries of inflation-stricken people. As the district government banned on private schools on collection of summer vacation fees in advance. A number of people said many private schools had started demanding an advance fee for summer vacation in a lump sum which was creating a lot of problems for them.
Complete Story: Daily Surkhab, Peshawar, Page No.3
School wall collapsed leaving a child dead and three injured
Charsadda: A six-year child Mohammad Umar was dead under the falling wall of the dilapidated building of the Government School Mufti Abad, local sources said. Three other children were injured in the incident.
Complete Story: http://peshawar.ausaf.pk/?pg=8
Daily Aaj, Peshawar, Page No.3
Complete Story: Daily Mashriq, Peshawar, Page No.1
Rs. 32bn being spent on provision of missing facilities in Mardan government schools: Atif
Peshawar: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Minister for Elementary Education and Power, Mr. Muhammad Atif Khan has said that Tameer-e-School Program is a revolutionary step of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government under which Rs. 32 billion would be spent on the provision of missing facilities in Mardan government schools. He said we can get change in our society through education and our government giving special attention towards education.
Complete Story: Daily Subh, Peshawar, Page No.3
Millions of rupees corruption uncovered in Government Girls Middle School Abdul Khel
Lucky Marwat: Millions of rupees corruption uncovered in government girls Middle School Abdul Khel. The District Council Abdul Khel Naib Nazim Zameen Khan said the millions of rupees corruption has been made by government girl’s middle school Abdul Khel funds. He demanded from the government to take an inquiry on this corruption fixed responsibilities for the punishment of the culprits.
Complete Story: Daily Akhbar-e-Khyber, Peshawar, Page No.5
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government announces summer vacations for schools
Peshawar: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government announces summer vacations for government and private schools from 30th May, 2016 to 31st August, 2016.
Complete Story: http://peshawar.ausaf.pk/?pg=8
Schools asked not to collect fees in advance
Peshawar: The Deputy Commissioner Peshawar, Mr. Riaz Mehsud has asked all private schools operating in the provincial capital not to charge fees in advance from students during the upcoming summer vacations.
Complete Story: http://www.naibaat.com.pk/pre/peshawar/Page02.aspx
Daily Surkhab, Peshawar, Page No.3
Sit-in camp protest of unpaid ad-hoc lecturers continues
The sit-in camp of ad-hoc lecturers of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa outside the Peshawar Press Club for regularization of their services and release of salaries entered seventeenth day.
Complete Story: Daily Aaj, Peshawar, Page No.2
Victim of extremism educational institutions are still waited to reinstate
Peshawar: Due to terrorist attack 116 educational institutions destroyed totally and 67 affected partially. The thousands of students of these schools are forced to take education in the open sky. The official of education department said that they are in survey to carry the detail and said some area of Agency we reinstate the schools and construction work is in progress.
Complete Story: Daily Mashriq, Peshawar, Page No.3
Demand to release teachers salaries
District Panjgoor: Under Cluster Education Program teachers are facing starvation due to stoppage of salries; children are out from schools, shopkeepers have stopped to lend and teachers are in mental/financial confusion. They demanded from Government to take notice of maltreatment with teachers.
Action will be taken against ghost teachers: DEO Panjgoor
District Panjgoor: The DEO Panjgoor Mr. Jan Muhammad, Education Officer Mr. Dad Jan Baloch and other Education officials participated in meeting & said action will be taken against ghost/absent teachers and basic facilities will be provided in all schools as soon as possible. They warned teachers to submit documents of their own,schools and students as early as possible. They said teachers and parents should coperate with each other for development of Education department.
Complete Story: Daily Aazadi Quetta, Page No. 3
Al-Khidamt Foundation distributes education kits among poor students
District Quetta: Al-Khidmat Foundation distributes Education kits among poor students of different schools of Quetta. The Chief guest was caretaker Provincial Administrator of Jamat-e-Islami Mr. Molana Abdul Hayee Mandokhel and Al-Khidmat foundation Provincial President Mr. Mir Muhammad Aasim Sanjrani. They said it is our prime duty to look after poor children and fulfill their Educational basic needs. They demanded from philanthropists to donate more & more in Al-Khidmat foundation Educational projects for noble cause of eradication illiteracy and backwardness.
Complete Story: Daily Jang Quetta, Page No. 3
Directorate Education system is confound: Employee Associations
District Quetta: The GTA Civil Employees Federation & Employee Associations demanded in joint press release from CM Baluchistan & Chief Secretary to change immediately Director Schools and inquiry to be held. The Directorate Education system is confounded and nepotism is at peak. TA/DA allowances & vehicles are being used inappropriately. Government should take stiff action against embezzlement.
Complete Story: Daily Mashriq Quetta, Page No. 6
Pishin school problems should be resolved: Lala Muhammad Shah Kakar
District Quetta: The Administrator Pishin Balochistan social welfare Mr. Lala Muhammad Shah Kakar requested to CM Balochistan, Education department and Education Minister to focus on Educational issues of Qilla Nasir Tehsil Pishin district Barshore School. He said primary school of area has transformed in to ghost school due to absenteeism of teachers and negligence of Education department.
Complete Story: Daily Qudrat Quetta, Page No. 2
Educational claims are limited up to newspaper statements in Balochistan: Haji Qayoom Nasir
District Quetta: The Provincial Organizer All Government Teachers Association registered Balochistan Mr. Haji Abdul Qayoom along with others said that Educational emergency claimers has deteriorated Education system in all over Baluchistan. They said political interference and favoritism has shaken roots of Education department. Corruption and junior officials appointments over senior administrative posts are also root causes of Education destruction in Baluchistan.
Educated youth are wondering for employment: President Khidmat-e-Khalq Society
District Chaman: The President Khidmat-e-Khalq Society Mr. Gulzar Achak said people from other districts are being adjusted in Qilla Abdullah while local educated youth is wondering on roads for employment opportunities. He demanded to take legal action against illegal appointments.
Complete Story: Daily Aazadi Quetta, Page No. 3
Al-Khidmat Foundation distributes stationary among the poor students
District Quetta: Al-Khidmat Foundation distributes stationary among poor students of different schools of Quetta. The Chief guest was caretaker provincial administrator of Jamat-e-Islami Mr. Molana Abdul Hayee Mandokhel and Al-Khidmat foundation provincial president Mr. Mir Muhammad Aasim Sanjrani. They said it is our prime duty to look after poor children and fulfill their Educational basic needs. They demanded from philanthropists to donate more & more in Al-Khidmat foundation Educational projects for noble cause of eradication illiteracy and backwardness.
Chief Justice should take notice of closure of primary schools in Harnai: PSF
District Quetta: It is stated in PSF provincial statement that Chief Justice should take notice of closure of primary schools & delay in issuance of salaries of teachers. PSF stated creating differences/ discrimination on lingual & political basis is widening gaps among the people. PSF demanded from Chief Justice & International NGOs to raise voice and diminish injustice.
Complete Story: Daily Mashriq Quetta, Page No. 8
Panjgoor Educational institutions are prey of dilapidation & embezzlement in funds: BNP
District Panjgoor: The Central Joint Secretary BNP Mengal Mr. Nazir Ahmed Baloch said stoppage of salaries is unbearable act. He said Panjgoor Educational institutions are prey of dilapidation and funds embezzlement. He told Panjgoor cluster program is nothing but source of corruption. Schools are prey of dilapidation; books are unavailable and facing scarcity of basic facilities.
Complete Story: Daily Nai-Baat Quetta, Page N. 6
Toheedabad children are deprived of education: BSO Naal
Naal: The spokesperson BSO Naal stated that Toheedabad Garisha area children are deprived of basic facilities and Education. He said future of children is deliberately destroyed by planned strategy. Education & health facilities should be provided to Toheedabad Garisha.
Intervention of Forces in educational instituitions should be stopped
District Quetta: PSF stated in provincial statement that forces intervention in Educational institutions is beyond once understanding.The main purpose of Security is to keep vigilant eyes over negative elements and to maintain peace while forces are busy in grasping hostel rooms. PSF demanded to eradicate negative elements from Educational intuitions.
Increase in budget and educational emergency claims proved false: TAC
District Quetta: The spokesperson Baloch Student Action Committee said that Balochistan Educational institutions are still deprived in Educational facilities like lecturers’ scarcity and deprivation of basic facilities. Dalbandin Degree College is closed from previous one year due to deprivation of lecturers & professors. Students are worried about hostel facilities and worries about career persuasion. Baloch Student Action Committee demanded to resolve Educational issues in Baluchistan.
Complete Story: Daily Aazadi Quetta, Page No. 2
Teacher’s absenteeism in Sibi will not be tolerated in any sense: Pashtoonkhuwa SO
District Sibi: The district secretary Pashtoonkhuwa Student organization Mr. Jalal Khan along with others said teacher’s absenteeism in Girls & Boys schools/colleges will not be tolerated. Educational principles will not be compromised at any cost. They said ghost and absent teachers are enemy of the nation and are loss of public treasury.
Complete Story: Daily Qudrat Quetta, Page No. 6
Scientific instruments will be provided to schools soon: BSTU
District Qalat: Baluchistan Science Teachers union BSTU applauded statement of Federal Secretariat Ministry of Science & Technology & Chairman Pakistan Science Federation Mr. professor Muhammad Ashraf Khan that scientific instruments will be provided to all schools of Baluchistan. In first round scientific instruments will be provided to all Girls & Boys Model schools of district head quarter.
Complete Story: Daily Mashriq Quetta, Page No: 8
Students fainted due to load shading
District Bahawalpur: Students fainted during exams and loss their paper due to load shading and unavailable generator facility in Government Higher Secondary Boys School 36. Parents demanded District Coordination Officer Bahawalpur and Secretary Education for action against responsible.
Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Multan, Page No. 11
Survey to increase children enrollment in schools
District Rahim Yar Khan: The Education Department has made teams consisting of Primary School Teachers to conduct survey for out of school children under the supervision of Deputy District Education. The Executive District Officer-gave instruction to Teachers to design database of survey till 30th June, to collect bogus data strict action will be taken.
Complete Story: Daily Express, Rahim Yar Khan, Page No. 9
Teacher’s Union protest against privatization
District Rahim Yar Khan: Mr. Allah Bakhash Qaisir President of Punjab Teachers Union expressed that they will protest against the privatization of the schools along with 6 other Teachers Union today.
Complete Story: Daily Dunya, Multan, Page No. 6
High court hearing on school privatization
District: Teachers had submitted application in High Court against the privatization of Government Schools. In response of that application school privatization inquiry will be processed today in High Court.
Complete Story: Daily Dunya, Multan, Page No. 8
ACR instructs for proper security arrangement should be ensured of Educational Institutions
District Khanewal: During the visit of the Additional Commissioner Revenue Khanewal, he ordered to ensure the security arrangement of Government and Private Schools and Colleges so that we can safe children from disaster situation.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/multan/2016-05-29/page-03
EDO-Education takes action against Private Schools
District Rahim Yar Khan: After unexpected visits by the police, most of the Schools forcefully closed for summer vacation. The President Private School relied that they have advised School owners to close the School as per Government notification.
Complete Story: Daily Express, Rahim Yar Khan, Page No.4
Madrssa Teacher threatens a female school teacher to close school
District Rajanpur: Mr.Aqeel Teacher of Madrasa Basti Lolai Mouza Fazal Pur came to a NGO School and threatened with firing the Female School Teacher Miss. Asia Kanwal and students to close this school because it is running with the foreign funding. The School Teacher submitted a written application to Police Department, but not action will be taken.
Complete Story: Daily Ausaf, Multan, Page No. 8
Summer camps are not allowed during summer vacations
District Bahawalpur: Due to hot season Government Punjab prohibited to have summer camps during summer vacations and nominated monitoring teams to have unexpected monitoring visits to Schools during summer vacation. Education Department decided that strict actions will be taken who will not act upon the notification.
Complete Story: Daily Ausaf, Multan, Page No. 8
NAB takes record of Islamia University
District Toba Take Sing: The NAB has taken the record of Islamia University in its custody, due to corruption. The Vice Chancellor is forbidden to go abroad during investigation process.
Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Multan, Page No. 8
Elementary Teachers Association to start protest on June 3rd
District Bahawalpur: The Elementary Teachers Association Punjab held a session at Noor Purr Noranga under supervision of Mr. Bakhat Ali Chanar, while addressing he said that Teacher association will held protesting rally on 3rd June 2016 against the privatization of Government Schools.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/multan/2016-05-28/page- 8
Private School demand summer vacation fee in advance
District Rahim Yar Khan: The Private Institutes owners not followed the order of Executive District Officer-Education and Secretary Education. They demanding 2 months fee in advance by using tricks. While the Parents have demanded the Higher Authorities take action immediately.
Complete Story: Daily Express, Rahim Yar Khan, Page No. 9
Dengue campaign during summer vacation
District Rahim Yar Khan: Higher Authorities of Education Department Punjab issued instruction to Government School Heads all over the Punjab to visit their Schools and check cleanliness and continue the Dengue campaign during the summer vacation.
Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Multan, Page No. 14
1st year student protests against the Examination Controller
District Rahim Yar Khan: A 1st year Student protested against the mismanagement of Controller of Examination center at Government Senior Muslim Girls Secondary School, paper started with delay of 30 minutes and was collected at fix time. The Executive District Officer -Education arrived during protest, inquired the staff, but did not take any action. Parents of Student have demanded Higher Authorities to take action against the negligence of staff.
Complete Story: Daily Dunya, Multan, Page No. 8
556 Million Supplementary grant issued
District Rahim Yar Khan: Education Department issued Rs.556 million supplementary grant for 8th – 10th class students in 16 Districts of Providence Punjab.
Complete Story: Daily Dunya, Multan, Page No. 8
Daily Khabrain, Multan, Page No. 8
Protest against firing five teachers from job
District Badin: The Social and Political parties from Kario Ganhwar stood against the management of Sindh Education Foundation, on firing five Middle School Teachers from Job, without showing any reason.
Seminar on Education
District Tando Muhammad Khan: A Seminar on education was organized at Mulakatiyar, where the Member Muslim League (N), Mr. Pir Asadulllah Sarhandi addressed that there is great difference in past and present education; there was no any concept of copy culture, but not 70% education is under that culture.
Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2016-05-30/news/page3/1%20(8).htm
Civil Society meets for education
District Thatta: The Civil Society of Thatta held a meeting with Member of Non-Governmental Organization, Alif Ailaan, Mr. Syed Hyder Shah and announced that responsibility of destruction of education in Thatta lies on elected members and employees.
Complete Story: Daily Awami Awaz, Page No. 5
Daily Jang, Page No. 4
Other Cadre teachers continue protest for salary
District Khairpur Mirs: The Teachers of Other Cadre continued protest strike, over nonpayment of salary, for past 42 months.
Complete Story: Daily Awami Awaz, Page No. 5
College side employees protest for salary
District Sukkur: The College Side Employees of Sukkur Region protested against nonpayment of salary.
Complete Story: Daily Ibrat Page No. 5
IBA test pass teachers announce a movement
District Shikarpur: The IBA Test Pass Teachers from Shikarpur have announced to start movement, against not issuing their required allowances, for past 14 years.
DC inaugurated the school building construction work
District Qamber Shahdadkot: The Deputy Commissioner Qamber Shahdadkot, Mr. Fayaz Alam Solangi inaugurated the construction work of High School Building at Mundar Lakha. The building was being constructed with the cooperation of USAID, Sindh Basic Education Program.
Daily Ibrat, Page No.10
Protest against not issuing of SMC funds to 169 Schools
District Jamshoro: The members of Primary Teachers Association Taluka Sehwan took out protest against not issuing of SMC funds of 169 Government Schools of Taluka Sehwan.
Complete Story: Daily Ibrat, Page No. 5
Teachers committee continues protest
District Matiari: The Teachers Action Committee Matiari continued hunger strike before DEO Office, over nonpayment of salary.
Daily Awami Awaz, Page no. 5
High School employee warns to burn himself over nonpayment of salary
District Larkana: Mr. Rafique Memon is employee of Government Saint Josef School Larkana. He has announced, through media, to burn himself if his salary was not issued.
Complete Story: Daily Awami Awaz, Page No. 2
Daily Ibrat, Page No. 9