1056 teachers will be promoted on the orders of the K-P government
400 employees of college’s transfers are ready in Peshawar
Irregularities in previous transfers are ended up to 3rd August. Higher education department of KPK the colleges of whole provinces 261 lecturers, assistant professors and associate professors. Higher education department prepared a summary to transfer all the teachers to the whole province.
Boards of studies of Economics meeting is held in the Abdul wali khan university mardan.
Meeting is presided by Dr zahoor ul haq (Dean faculty of business and economics .In the meeting Dr rafiq from I’m sciences are also participated.
KUST students resume strike after vacations
The students of Kohat University of Science and Technology (KUST) have resumed their strike on the first day of classes after summer vacations, vowing that they would not back out of their demands. The students had started the protest on May 4, 2015, demanding appointment of a permanent vice-chancellor and start of summer semester in the university.
Co-curricular activities can enhance the qualities of students
VC Buitems said that scientific or analytical approach made life more easier .Final year semester students show their projects in a function. A speech competition is held between the Alhamd Islamic university, Baluchistan University and Law college.
Complete Story: https://e.jang.com.pk/07-30-2015/Quetta/page3.asp
Vocational training for tribal youth
Corps Commander Lt-Gen Hidayatur Rehman said on Thursday that the army had initiated many education projects in remote areas of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas to impart technical and vocational training to tribal youth. He said that the youth of Fata would learn different professional techniques in these institutions and they would play role in the nation building.
CSS examinations based on departments.
Summary is prepared and sent to the prime minister for approval. A plan is prepared by federal minister Ashen Iqbal that the 2017 CSS are held on the basis of educational background of student. Accounting, taxation and economics are separate subjects. Examinations will be conducting on basis of departments.
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Plagiarism in universities
40 faculty members of public and private universities have been black listed by HEC after their research was found plagiarized.
AIOU admissions start from aug 1
Allama iqbal open university will start admission for autumn semester from SSC to PhD-level programmes on Aug 1. Admission forms are available at AIOU campuses and coordinating offices.
Anti-dengue walk held
On the instructions of Chief Minister Punjab Mian Shahbaz Sharif, the Anti-Dengue Day was observed at Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi (PMAS-AAUR) on Thursday.
Cultural exchange programme
As many as 125 Pakistani undergraduate students are set to depart for the United States to study at the reputed American educational institutions as part of a significant fellowship exchange program that allows young Pakistanis to study in the US.
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171 is the total number of universities in Pakistan
PEF launches E-register project
Punjab Education Foundation (PEF) has launched E-register programme for its partner schools attached under Education Voucher Scheme (EVS). The pilot project has been launched from Lahore and will be expanded to other districts, said a PEF spokesman on Thursday.
‘500,000 laptops to be distributed among students by 2018’
Focal Person of Prime Minister Laptop Scheme and Director General Information Technology Higher Education Commission Anwaar Amjad said on Thursday that under the scheme 100,000 laptops were distributed among students and a consignment of further 200,000 laptops was purchased for distribution during next year.
Express Education & Career Expo 2015 concludes
The two-day Express Education & Career Expo 2015 concluded at the Faletti’s Hotel on Thursday with a large gathering of students attending on the final day. The students participated in various competitions and met with staff and students of universities from across Pakistan.
Keeping its previous record of producing excellent result in matriculation examination, Government Watan Islamia High School, Brandreth Road, has distinguished itself once again by obtaining 100 per cent result this year as well, says a press release.
Complete Story: http://nation.com.pk/E-Paper/Lahore/2015-07-31/page-14/detail-9
Students couldn’t take admission in 1st year in government colleges
Most of the students can‘t takes admission in 1st year in government colleges. Reason is that less number of teachers are appointed and students come from different cities.53 colleges of Lahore have limited seats.1 lakh students of government schools can’t take admission due to less number of colleges.
Allotment to students in hostels of Nishter medical college hostels.
Pakistan medical association said that appointment of hostels to students should be on merit. PMA decided to have meeting with college of physicians and surgeons of Pakistan regarding appointment of registrar.
Complete Story: https://e.jang.com.pk/07-31-2015/Multan/page2.asp
Governor Punjab said that Laurence college Ghora gali is a good institution.
Governor Punjab visited the Ghora Gali Laurence College and said that it is a beautiful institution. Board of governors of this college are Meer zafarullah khan jamali, Ashfaq sarwar, Mian asmat shah and Anas khan satti. Governor Punjab said that college serving good.
Dera ghazi khan board announced intermediate results
Female students got top positions in intermediate examinations. Shaya baber got 1017 marks with 1st position from qartaba public school and college, Seema baber got 993 marks from same school got 2nd position and minahil ALI got 988 marks from saint Helen public school.
Govt taking revolutionary steps to empower youth: CM
A 5-member delegation of British Parliament met Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif, here Thursday, and discussed matters of mutual interest, promotion of relations between Pakistan and Britain, cooperation in education, health particularly skill development sector and agreed to further enhance cooperation in skill development and higher education sectors.
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Govt to appoint acting VCs at four universities
The government will appoint acting vice chancellors (VCs) at four universities in the province, The Express Tribune has learnt.
Workshop on health curricula at PU’s ISCS
A consultative workshop on the Development of Curricula on Health Equity and Human Rights in Public Health Response sponsored by the World Health Organisation (WHO) was held at the Punjab University (PU) Institute of Social and Cultural Studies (ISCS) on Thursday.
Scottish scholarships for 100 girls next year
Another group of 100 girls from disadvantaged areas of the country will get Scottish scholarships from next year to pursue higher education.` At present, 215 girls are getting scholarships under the Pakistan Scottish Scholarship Scheme for Women in Higher Education,` said two Scottish parliamentarians during an interactive session at the Punjab University`s Undergraduate Study Centre on Thursday.
Entrance test for medical institutes on Aug 30
The entrance test for admission to public and private sector medical and dental institutions of Punjab will be held on Aug 30 in 13 cities. Entrance test kits would be available at the University of Health Sciences (UHS) and 14 other public sector medical universities and colleges of the province from Aug 1 while the last date for submission of applications would be Aug 8.
All Pakistan video competition started at private university.
Virtual university started the all Pakistan video competition topic titled “Social media advantages and disadvantages” the duration of every person is 3 to 5 minute. Students come from different universities to participate .The winner get 1 lakh rupees gift.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/multan/2015-07-31/page-3
Summer vacation extended
In view of the heavy rains and flooding, Education Secretary Fazlullah Pechuho had sent a proposal to Chief Secretary Siddique Memon to extend the holidays in all government and private schools till Aug 11 instead of Aug 3, which was the earlier plan, due to the monsoon situation in most parts of Sindh.
Girls clinch all nine top positions in SSC exam
Nine girls bagged all the top positions in science, general and special groups as the results of the Board of Secondary Education Karachi(BSEK)announced the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) part-II results here on Thursday.
BSEK chief flays admission policy
The BESK chairman Anwar Ahmed Zai announced that from next year, the board will issue computerised enrolment and admit cards to students. He said the first 150 merit students would get Rs5,000 each, while in past such students used to receive Rs2,500 each.
Sindh Education Deptt begins review of NEP 2009
The Curriculum wing of the Sindh Education & Literacy Department on Thursday initiated the review of National Education Policy 2009 in line with decisions taken at the 2nd IPEMC held last year in Islamabad.
DuPont supports Rabtt’s education initiative
DuPont Pakistan supported Rabtt to conduct workshops at underprivileged schools in Lahore to foster personal and professional growth of students.
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Report on state of madressahs in Pakistan launched
A report outlining reasons behind cultivation of a culture of intolerance in madressahs and phenomenal rise in their numbers, especially since Gen Ziaul Haq`s military dictatorship, was launched hereon Thursday. Titled `The Madrasa Conundrum The state of religious education in Pakistan`, the report was authored by Umair Khalil, lead researcher of the non-governmental research organisation, HIVE.
Load shedding influencing the education
Position holders of Board of Secondary Education Karachi said that load shedding is negatively impacting the education of students. They said that beside the formal education, the religious education is also important.
Requesting to open new private schools
All private schools association Sindh requesting to CM Sindh that they should be permitted to open new schools in those areas of Sindh that are safe from floods.
Islamic finance SBP to be set up at centres of excellence
State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) held a signing ceremony for Financial Innovation Challenge Fund (FICF) Round 3 on promoting excellence in Islamic finance in Pakistan under its Financial Inclusion Program funded by the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID).
Complete Story: http://epaper.brecorder.com/2015/07/31/11-page/680220-news.html
Post-graduate exams postponed
Controller of Annual Examination University of Sindh Ghulam Murtaza Siyal has informed that the annual exams 2014 of M.A/M.Sc/M.com (previous & Final) Post Graduate, (Collage Side) have been postponed by dint of monsoon rains in the province.
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Horrid state of education in Sindh by Murtaza Talpur
Since 1947, Pakistan’s education system has remained poor - to say the least. In a 1950 census, the total literacy rate of India was 20 percent and Pakistan’s was 14 percent. However, in 2012, the literacy rate of India reached 75 percent while in Pakistan it reached only 58 percent. In 1950, Iran had a lower literacy rate than Pakistan but now 90 percent of its adults are literate.
Reimagining education by Faisal Bari
Our education system is failing to provide out students with a sense of language and cultural ownership. Millions of children never get to go to schools. But even those who do, and we have plenty of evidence on this, are not getting the quality of education that we, as a society, should be imparting to them. Literacy and numeracy competence is low except in a small percentage of students who are fortunate enough to have been enrolled in an elite private school or an exceptional state or low-fee private school.
Should universities be ranked? By Javed Ashraf
The other day, my friend Pervez Hoodbhoy suggested that ranking of universities in Pakistan is an exercise devoid of any merit. I disagree. The Higher Education Commission releases its rankings on an annual basis.
Complete Story: http://nation.com.pk/E-Paper/Lahore/2015-07-31/page-14/detail-8
Translating academic innovation into practical solutions By Dr. Faizullah Abbasi
Pakistan is going through a very difficult period in its existence. Health care, education, agricultural productivity, water resources and civic services are but a few essential needs that are in total disarray, besides energy and power shortages, and the worsening law and order situation.
Why is Malala so controversial? By Syed Kamran Hashmi
Impressed by her passion for the education of women, the west lionises Malala Yousafzai. They believe the courage and perseverance she demonstrated against the Taliban even after she was shot in the head, demand worldwide recognition. Her struggle is so compelling to them that it has become a part of the curriculum in some middle schools across the US.
Communicating the Education by Syed Rahul Amin
None of renowned nation got progress without giving importance to their own language. In Pakistan Students is facing difficulty in receiving education due to medium of instructions. Some nations take English as foreign language only but not implement it as medium on instructions in their educational institutions.
Implementation of rules and regulations for private schools
Government ordered to destroy the private schools which are constructed in residential areas. Without education you can’t improve your life. Unfortunately Pakistan’s literacy rate is very low. Due to Lack of resources government would take help from private schools but private schools are only show of not that much of quality education. They just appoint the matric students girls to teach the children’s which is very bad manner.
Letters to the Editor
Disparity in Education
Education is considered a powerful tool for development and the strongest instrument for reducing poverty as well as improving health, gender equality, peace and stability in a country. In other words, education is considered a key to success.
Books over bullets
“The world is spending $39 billion in eight days on militarism; enough budget for 12 years education for the children of this planet.” Translating annually, it amounts roughly to $1,700 billion, enough for the next 523 years of free education!
Complete Story: http://www.dawn.com/news/1197407/books-over-bullets
School is planned to set up for state Children, Asad Qaisar
Peshawar: Provincial Speaker has stated that KP elevates street children's status to State Children and has planned to set up school for them where thousands students have free education. These street children who are getting education in this school will not only have free education but also they will be provided by free food and monthly Scholarships.
Daily Surkhab, Peshawar, Page No.8
Daily Subh, Peshawar, Page No.3
Daily Awam-un-nas, Peshawar, Page No.8
Clerks get promotion in Directorate Higher education
Peshawar: Departmental Promotion meeting held in Directorate Higher education in which 78 junior clerks from 11th grade promoted to 14th grade. For this President of All Pakistan Clerks Association higher education Zafar Ali thanked the Directorate Higher education and Secondary Education.
Complete Story: http://naibaat.com.pk/Presentation/peshawar/Page02.aspx
Memorandum of understanding for Clinical teaching and training for Students have been signed
Peshawar: Memorandum of understanding for Clinical teaching and training for Students have been signed according to which students would get the facilities of health and education. This contract is for 10 years.
Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Peshawar, Page No.3
561 vacancies have been accepted to form in Girls Primary Schools
Peshawar: 561 vacancies have been accepted to form in Girls Primary Schools in which 100 C.T and 40 S.E.Ts will be appointed as there is a shortage of 800 teachers in Girls Primary Schools.
Complete Story: Daily Mashriq, Peshawar, Page No.8
Education is guarantee for better future
District Nasirabad: Naseer Nasir Deputy Commissioner Nasirabad said education is guarantee for better future. He said a nation can be successful at time when its priority and preference will be education.
Complete Story: http://www.dailybaakhabar.com/category/page3/
Mismanagement of Education department
District Quetta: Founder of Khilji Qoami Tehreek Pakistan Lala Muhammad Yousif Khilji said education department is on the verge of destruction, officials are decorating own homes than focusing on falling standards of education. He said pious education profession has become maligned due to corrupt officials, ghost teachers and lack of interest of leaders.
Complete Story: http://www.dailybaakhabar.com/category/page3/
Research & scientific knowledge has raised the standard of life
District Quetta: Vice Chancellor BUITEMS said due to research and scientific knowledge life became easy; he said BUITEMS students have responsibility to brighten future of homeland and ourselves.
Complete Story: http://www.dailybaakhabar.com/category/page3/
UC Sakran lacking behind in education
District Lasbela: Ex-Nazim Abdul Ghafoor said Union council Sakran is lacking behind in education, he said teachers should be appointed on early basis so that education can prevail in the area.
Eradication of problems is possible through acquiring Education
District Harnai: Social activist Abdul Saboor Sheikh said eradication of problems and society evils is possible through acquiring education. He said youth is an asset for a nation. He advised to youth to pay focus on education.
Admission campaign should be started
District Nasirabad: Director Education Nasirabad division said to increase literacy ration in all district concerned DEOs should launch an admission campaign with integrity. He said in this lieu seminars, workshops and symposiums should be held for general public awareness.
Medical college construction will provide health facilities to all
District Loralai: Commissioner Zoab Division Fawad Hashim said due to construction of medical college health facilities will be available for all division stakeholders and area students will continue medical education at their door step.
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/07-31-2015/Quetta/page7.asp
Make sure attendance
District Quetta: Deputy District Education officer male Chilton town said in press release that schools are reopening after vacations so parents and teachers should make sure of attendance. He said for inspection purpose 24 teams are formed.
Faced the education enemy elements
District Quetta: Care taker Nazim Nadim Sabir of Isami Tulba said organization faced education enemy elements to save education and struggled for the basic rights of students in every situation. He said our prime aim is to incline students towards the right path of eternal success and good deeds.
Special children be given admissions in normal schools
District Bahawalpur: Huma Meer, Director Inclusive Education Punjab has advised the education department officials to give admissions to the special children along with the normal children in normal schools. She also said that this project will be made successful by giving training to the teachers.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/multan/2015-07-31/page-02
Daily Nayadaur, Multan, Page No. 02
Primary School without roof
District Muzaffargarh: Government English Medium Primary School Chak No.117/DNB is without roof and the residents have demanded completion of the school building.
Complete Story: Daily Khabrian, Multan, Page No. 10
Dera Board issued admission schedule for the year 2015-2016
District Dera Ghazi Khan: Dera Ghazi Khan Intermediate Board has issued the admission schedule for the year 2015-2016. The students could send their admissions till 15 September, and with RS.500 late fees till 30the September.
Complete Story: Daily Khabrian, Multan, Page No. 07
10 seats increased in colleges
District Rahim Yar Khan: The Ministry of Education has instructed all college heads to give admissions to 10 per cent students in their colleges.
Complete Story: Daily Express, Rahim Yar Khan, Page No.09
University responsible to provide suitable environment to students
District Bahawalpur: Dr. QaisarMushtaq, VC, Islamia University has said that it was the responsibility of the University to provide a suitable and congenial atmosphere to the student for better education. He also said that facilities at the university and its hostels will be improved. He was talking to staff and students during an inspection visit to the hostels of the Baghdad Campus.
Complete Story: Daily Ausaf, Multan, Page No. 12
Students issued scholarship cheques after 2 years
District Rahim Yar Khan: The students of class 5 and 8th who had won scholarships for the year 2013-2014 were given cheques after 2 years. Every student has got RS.7200/-
Complete Story: Daily Nayadaur, Multan, Page No. 02
District Bhakkur gets RS.3.46 Billion for education
District Bhakkur: The DCO Bhakkur told a meeting that the government has sanctioned RS.3.46 Billion for the educational institutions and for promotion of education in the District.
Complete Story: Daily Nayadaur, Multan, Page No. 08
Other cadre teachers protested for their salaries
District Khairpur Mirs: The Other Cadre teachers from the city protested for their salaries before press club. While they told media that they were performing their duty with honesty, but their salaries are not issued.
NAB demanded Board of Governors of Mirpurkhas Education Board
District Mirpurkhas: National Accountability Bureau had raided on the office of Education board of Mirpurkhas and had taken away the record of the board. Whereas, the officers of Education board, Board of Governors and concerned recruitment committee, examination committee and other have been called for the investigation.
Quaid Awam University student gets laptop
District Nawabshah: The Girl student Ms. Mehwish Lashari of Quaid e awam Engineering University got laptop through prime Minister’s laptop scheme.
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Agreement on autonomous Education Policy in Sindh
Karachi: Sindh Government and other concerned Education departments have taken the step to initiate the autonomous education policy in Sindh. The authorities have decided to bring change in the education policy of 2009.
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Conveyance allowance deducted from teachers salaries
District Badin: The office of District Accounts Officer has deducted the conveyance allowance of two months from the salaries of 6115 Teachers. On the other hand teaches have cried and told media that it was injustice with them. They demanded from government to take notice of their legal issue and resolve it.
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P.T.Alif protested for their demands
District Dadu: The P.T Alif members and mehran teachers association from dadu protested for their demands before press club. They demanded for time scale and promotion of teachers of dadu like wise teachers of other districts of Sindh.
Promotion of 58 Teachers of Sindh University
Hyderabad: Fifty eight Teachers of different grades have been promoted by the selection board of the University.
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Larkana Education board declares Matric result today
District Larkana: The Education board larkana has declared to announce the matriculation result today.
Complete Story: Daily Kawish, Karachi, Page No. 5
Decision for formation of committee for new education policy
Karachi: The Secretary Education has decided to form committee for the new education policy. He has declared that education policy would be improved and developed.
Complete Story: Daily Kawish, Karachi, Page No.1
Karachi education board declares the matriculation result of 2015
Karachi: The Education board Karachi has declared the result of matric class of General and Science groups.
Mirpurkhas Education board declares Matric result today
District Mirpurkhas: The Education board Mirpurkhas has declared to announce the matriculation result today.
186 NTS pass teachers deprived of salaries
District Jacobabad: The NTS Pass 186 Teachers of Jacobabad are still deprived of their salaries for more than one year. The Mehran Teachers association has alleged that higher education authorities are responsible in stoppage of their salaries. They also added that teachers’ salaries are stopped because they are not ready to provide huge amount of bribe to the corrupt officers.