4th October 2016

National Press:

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Teachers issues can be resolved by time scale

Peshawar: All Teachers Association (Provincial) Media Coordinator, Sir Syed Ahmad Malik has said that the provincial government must provide such a time scale to teachers that does not destroy the service structure and provides benefits to all teachers regardless of their experience.

Complete Story:  Daily Mashriq, Peshawar, Page No.3

 

Private Schools refuse to carry out government orders

Peshawar: All private schools and colleges of Peshawar have refused to accept government orders according to which parents were strictly instructed to send their children to schools and colleges. However, district management has completely failed in this matter. Private schools and colleges are facing lots of challenges from government, including meddling in their fee structure.

Complete Story:  Daily Subh, Peshawar, Page No.8

 

Peshawar University teachers resume class boycott today

Peshawar: Peshawar University Teachers Association (PUTA) will resume its strike and class-boycott of all departments and constituent colleges from today onwards (after the last day of strike on Monday 26September).A general body meeting of the association will be held in the evening today to work out a future line of action in view of recent developments.

Complete Story:  Aaj, Peshawar, Page No.4

 

Girls deprived of admissions in Government Girls Degree College

Nowshera: Administration and Admission Committee is preventing girls from obtaining admission in third year arts group at the Government Girls Degree College. Parents have made a written statement and said that the administration and admission committee is not granting admissions to girls and behaving rudely with them. They further said that the application has been sent to the Education Minister Mushtaq Ghani, indicating the corruption and fraud of the admission committee. This is the same college whose Urdu professor charges students with heavy fines.

Complete Story:  Khabrain, Peshawar, Page No.8

 

Gomal University City Campus to be reestablished

Dera Ismail Khan: The plan of merging Gomal University City Campus into the main campus has been approved, due to which most students are suffering. Social Worker Amjad Karim has said that the newly appointed vice chancellor of the university is an honest person but is unable to take any action against the group which is creating all these problems. He said that action has been taken against Gomal University Registrar who has also been arrested.

Complete Story:

http://www.express.com.pk/epaper/index.aspx?Issue=NP_PEW&Page=National_Page003&Date=20161004&Pageno=3&View=1

 

Government claims of education emergency proved baseless

Basham: Government claims of imposing an education emergency in education departments have been proved false. In the education department Batagram, Grade 16 and 17 posts have been vacant for the last four years. Female teachers are facing problems in acquiring employment. Provincial Government and Education Department Batagram are ignoring these vacancies consistently. PTI’s Provincial government and the Education Department for Khyber Paktunkhuwa announced an education emergency in all educational institutes, but despite this announcement, the department has (male) vacancies in grade 16 and 17 which are also lacking sub division (female) officers. Female teachers have to walk several kilometers for common school chores, which is also affecting students’ education.

Complete Story:  Awam-un-Nas, Peshawar, Page No.2

 

Dera Gazi Khan: Students suffering due to strike of Working Folks Grammar School teachers

DI Khan: Teachers of Working Folks Grammar School are protesting due to the non- payment of their salaries .These teachers have not received their salaries for the last 6 months due to which they are facing financial problems. Most teachers do not come to school due to which laborers children are suffering and all the educational activities are being disturbed badly. This may impact the future of capable students in the area. These views were expressed by General Secretary of the Labor Union, Akhtar Shah who gas demanded that teachers’ issues be resolved. He also said that parents have paid their children’s’ fees and but their children’s’ precious academic years are being wasted, for which government is responsible.

Complete Story:  Daily Surkhab, Peshawar, Page No.3

 

Government has brought a revolution in Education Sector: Iftikhar Mishwani

Mardan:  The Chairman Dedock Committee Mardan and MPA Iftikhar Ali Mishwani has said that the Education Department is the top priority of the provincial government, with its own specialized budget. Educated nations are the ones who undergo development and PTI’s main objective is education for everyone in the country, regardless of their identity. He said that previous governments have destroyed educational institutes but now no one will be deprived of education and careless attitude in providing basic facilities to government schools will not be tolerated. He said this during the inauguration ceremony of a Government Girls Primary Schools in Gujar Ghari, which would be set up soon. He also said that the people who are targeting and pinning blame on us have contributed nothing substantial to the society in the past, except commission culture.

Complete Story:  Daily Akhbar-e-Khyber, Peshawar, Page No.3

 

Baluchistan

 

Lack of facilities in Suhbatpur Educational institutions; students and teachers facing problems

District Suhbatpur: Suhbatpur Educational institutions are lacking basic facilities; students and teachers resultantly, are facing several problems. Most educational institutions are deprived of gas, electricity, washrooms and potable water facilities. Students are forced to engage in educational activities in the open and hence forced to bear the hardships of weather. Due to the shortage of class rooms, 80-100 students are receiving their education in a single classroom, which is troublesome for teachers. Civil society has demanded that higher authorities resolve the educational issues of Suhbatpur institutions.

Complete story: http://e.jang.com.pk/10-04-2016/Quetta/page8.asp

 

Educational decline ending in Baluchistan: Director Colleges

District Naseerabad: The Director Colleges for Higher Education in Baluchistan, Dr. Qaleemullah Zahid has said that the government is establishing new Boys/Girls colleges and reversing educational decline from the province. Problems of teachers & educational institutions will be prioritized and resolved. Dr. Qaleemullah assured the delegation that basic facilities & educational standards will be met, even in far flung areas of Baluchistan. He requested that the public cooperate with the government in this noble cause. 

Complete Story: http://www.dailyintekhab.com.pk/epaper/p3/story.php?param=balochstan-.jpg

 

Kolpur High school teachers should be held accountable: Sardar Yar Muhammad Kurd

District Muchh: Tribal leader Mr. Sardar Yar Muhammad Kurd has said Kolpur High school teachers should be held accountable since they are not punctual. Their absenteeism is making children’s’ education suffer. He demanded from the CM and the Education department that they take action against absent/ghost teachers.

Complete story: Daily Baakhabar Quetta, Page No: 06

 

University administration busy in corruption: Nasir Baloch

District Quetta: BSO Central Information Secretary Mr. Nasir Baloch has said that the Baloch nation is facing hardships at present in the field of Education. Female students are being victimized in universities and other educational institutions. As a result, the educational process has reached a dead end. University administration is busy in corruption and conducting illegal appointments. 

Complete story: Daily Qudrat Quetta, Page No: 03

 

Boys Middle School Raheem Abad deprived of water due to negligence

District Qalat: Due to the education department’s negligence, Boys Middle School Raheem Abad is currently deprived of water and other basic facilities. Area residents have demanded that higher authorities equip the school with a boundary wall, potable water, watchman and etc. The government should take practical steps for educational development instead of making shallow promises.

Complete story: Daily Mashriq Quetta, Page No: 02

 

Punjab

 

1401 additional class rooms to be constructed in Primary Schools of Dera Ghazi Khan

District Dera Ghazi Khan: The District Coordination Officer Dera Gazi Khan has made a statement that in accordance with the instructions of Chief Minister Punjab, 40000 additional class rooms will be constructed across 14 Districts of Punjab including District Dera Ghazi Khan. In addition, 1401 additional high quality class rooms will also be constructed for primary schools of District Dera Ghazi Khan.

Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/multan/2016-10-04/page-03              

 

Ban on transfer of Teachers

District Muzafargrah: The Executive District Officer Education Mr. Shamsheer Ahmed Khan has shared that according to the timeline and merit policy of the provincial government, transfers of teachers have been concluded; any transfers in the future will not be subject to government policy.

Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Multan, Page No.03

 

Government School distributes uniform from its own budget

District Narowal: The Deputy District Education Officer (DDEO) Mr. Dr. Amjad Islam addressed a meeting in Narowal and said that according to the Chief Minister of Punjab, the education department is struggling to improve the quality of education for the masses. He appreciated the school management and its staff for providing uniforms to financially weak students from the school’s own budget.

Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Multan, Page No.07

 

Teachers charge students with fine

District Bahawalpur: Parents of Student Government Higher Secondary School Chak No.32/PC have informed the media that teachers of a local school previously charged absent students with a fine of Rs. 5, but now they have begun charging Rs.50 per day for each absence; the money collected is used by the teachers to buy themselves lunch. They appealed to the District Coordination Officer and Executive District Officer-Education that they take notice of this injustice.

Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Multan, Page No.11

 

Corruption explored in Medical College Dera Ghazi Khan

District Dera Ghazi Khan: After exploring the evidence provided by the media, it has been claimed that the principal of Medical College Dera Ghazi Khan is responsible for embezzling millions of rupees from the college funds. It has been revealed that he has used his power for illegal means and has damaged the finance department of the College.  The Chief Minister of Punjab has directed that an investigation be conducted including higher relevant authorities and other responsible.

Complete Story: Daily Ausaf, Rahim Yar Khan, Page No.01

 

School disturbing due to piles of garbage

District Vehari: Citizen of Vehari have complained that students of the Government Primary School are upset over the piles garbage right in front of the school, which is causing epidemic diseases among them. TMA has failed its duty of cleaning out the area.

Complete Story: Daily Ausaf, Rahim Yar Khan, Page No.02

 

Sindh

 

Union Council Chairman visits Schools

District Dadu: The Chairman Union Council Tando Rahim Khan paid a visit to Primary and High Schools. He checked schools’ attendance registers and inquired about the day to day matters of the school. People complained to him about the shortage of basic facilities at the schools.

Complete Story: http://sindhexpress.com.pk/epaper/PoPupwindow.aspx?newsID=130439217&Issue=NP_HYD&Date=20161004

 

Higher Secondary School building in Mehrabpur crumbling

District Khairpur Mirs: The Higher Secondary School Mehrabpur has reached the brink of devastation, due to the laziness on part of education authorities. The building is cracked in multiple places, putting the lives of more than 800 students in danger. There is also a shortage of basic facilities at the school.

Complete Story: http://sindhexpress.com.pk/epaper/PoPupwindow.aspx?newsID=130439241&Issue=NP_HYD&Date=20161004

 

NAB calls of files of 1600 employees of Education department Larkana

District Larkana: The National Accountability Bureau has demanded that personal files of 1600 employees of the Education Department Larkana (appointed in 2009) be computerized immediately.

Complete Story: http://sindhexpress.com.pk/epaper/PoPupwindow.aspx?newsID=130439420&Issue=NP_HYD&Date=20161004

 

T.E.O Female not appointed in Taluka Khairpur Nathan Shah

District Dadu: Taluka Female Education Officer has not been appointed despite the passage of eight months. It is reported that 80 percent Girls Schools of Taluka are currently dysfunctional. On the other hand, members of JSQM, Awami Tahrek, JUI and PPP Shaheed Bhutto have warned that they will start movement against the closure of schools if the situation is not rectified immediately.

Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2016-10-04/news/page3/1%20(45).htm

http://www.dailyibrat.com/beta/pages/jpp_04102016011840.jpg

 

Schools and Offices of Taluka Mirpur Bathor in dilapidated state

District Sijawal: Hundreds of Primary and Middle Schools, and the Education Offices of Taluka Mirpur Bathoro, have reached a despicable condition due to the lack of repairs since several years, in addition to the carelessness of higher authorities.

Complete Story: http://www.dailyibrat.com/beta/pages/jpp_04102016011840.jpg

Regional Press:

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Teachers issues can be resolved by time scale

Peshawar: All Teachers Association (Provincial) Media Coordinator, Sir Syed Ahmad Malik has said that the provincial government must provide such a time scale to teachers that does not destroy the service structure and provides benefits to all teachers regardless of their experience.

Complete Story:  Daily Mashriq, Peshawar, Page No.3

 

Private Schools refuse to carry out government orders

Peshawar: All private schools and colleges of Peshawar have refused to accept government orders according to which parents were strictly instructed to send their children to schools and colleges. However, district management has completely failed in this matter. Private schools and colleges are facing lots of challenges from government, including meddling in their fee structure.

Complete Story:  Daily Subh, Peshawar, Page No.8

 

Peshawar University teachers resume class boycott today

Peshawar: Peshawar University Teachers Association (PUTA) will resume its strike and class-boycott of all departments and constituent colleges from today onwards (after the last day of strike on Monday 26September).A general body meeting of the association will be held in the evening today to work out a future line of action in view of recent developments.

Complete Story:  Aaj, Peshawar, Page No.4

 

Girls deprived of admissions in Government Girls Degree College

Nowshera: Administration and Admission Committee is preventing girls from obtaining admission in third year arts group at the Government Girls Degree College. Parents have made a written statement and said that the administration and admission committee is not granting admissions to girls and behaving rudely with them. They further said that the application has been sent to the Education Minister Mushtaq Ghani, indicating the corruption and fraud of the admission committee. This is the same college whose Urdu professor charges students with heavy fines.

Complete Story:  Khabrain, Peshawar, Page No.8

 

Gomal University City Campus to be reestablished

Dera Ismail Khan: The plan of merging Gomal University City Campus into the main campus has been approved, due to which most students are suffering. Social Worker Amjad Karim has said that the newly appointed vice chancellor of the university is an honest person but is unable to take any action against the group which is creating all these problems. He said that action has been taken against Gomal University Registrar who has also been arrested.

Complete Story:

http://www.express.com.pk/epaper/index.aspx?Issue=NP_PEW&Page=National_Page003&Date=20161004&Pageno=3&View=1

 

Government claims of education emergency proved baseless

Basham: Government claims of imposing an education emergency in education departments have been proved false. In the education department Batagram, Grade 16 and 17 posts have been vacant for the last four years. Female teachers are facing problems in acquiring employment. Provincial Government and Education Department Batagram are ignoring these vacancies consistently. PTI’s Provincial government and the Education Department for Khyber Paktunkhuwa announced an education emergency in all educational institutes, but despite this announcement, the department has (male) vacancies in grade 16 and 17 which are also lacking sub division (female) officers. Female teachers have to walk several kilometers for common school chores, which is also affecting students’ education.

Complete Story:  Awam-un-Nas, Peshawar, Page No.2

 

Dera Gazi Khan: Students suffering due to strike of Working Folks Grammar School teachers

DI Khan: Teachers of Working Folks Grammar School are protesting due to the non- payment of their salaries .These teachers have not received their salaries for the last 6 months due to which they are facing financial problems. Most teachers do not come to school due to which laborers children are suffering and all the educational activities are being disturbed badly. This may impact the future of capable students in the area. These views were expressed by General Secretary of the Labor Union, Akhtar Shah who gas demanded that teachers’ issues be resolved. He also said that parents have paid their children’s’ fees and but their children’s’ precious academic years are being wasted, for which government is responsible.

Complete Story:  Daily Surkhab, Peshawar, Page No.3

 

Government has brought a revolution in Education Sector: Iftikhar Mishwani

Mardan:  The Chairman Dedock Committee Mardan and MPA Iftikhar Ali Mishwani has said that the Education Department is the top priority of the provincial government, with its own specialized budget. Educated nations are the ones who undergo development and PTI’s main objective is education for everyone in the country, regardless of their identity. He said that previous governments have destroyed educational institutes but now no one will be deprived of education and careless attitude in providing basic facilities to government schools will not be tolerated. He said this during the inauguration ceremony of a Government Girls Primary Schools in Gujar Ghari, which would be set up soon. He also said that the people who are targeting and pinning blame on us have contributed nothing substantial to the society in the past, except commission culture.

Complete Story:  Daily Akhbar-e-Khyber, Peshawar, Page No.3

 

Baluchistan

 

Lack of facilities in Suhbatpur Educational institutions; students and teachers facing problems

District Suhbatpur: Suhbatpur Educational institutions are lacking basic facilities; students and teachers resultantly, are facing several problems. Most educational institutions are deprived of gas, electricity, washrooms and potable water facilities. Students are forced to engage in educational activities in the open and hence forced to bear the hardships of weather. Due to the shortage of class rooms, 80-100 students are receiving their education in a single classroom, which is troublesome for teachers. Civil society has demanded that higher authorities resolve the educational issues of Suhbatpur institutions.

Complete story: http://e.jang.com.pk/10-04-2016/Quetta/page8.asp

 

Educational decline ending in Baluchistan: Director Colleges

District Naseerabad: The Director Colleges for Higher Education in Baluchistan, Dr. Qaleemullah Zahid has said that the government is establishing new Boys/Girls colleges and reversing educational decline from the province. Problems of teachers & educational institutions will be prioritized and resolved. Dr. Qaleemullah assured the delegation that basic facilities & educational standards will be met, even in far flung areas of Baluchistan. He requested that the public cooperate with the government in this noble cause. 

Complete Story: http://www.dailyintekhab.com.pk/epaper/p3/story.php?param=balochstan-.jpg

 

Kolpur High school teachers should be held accountable: Sardar Yar Muhammad Kurd

District Muchh: Tribal leader Mr. Sardar Yar Muhammad Kurd has said Kolpur High school teachers should be held accountable since they are not punctual. Their absenteeism is making children’s’ education suffer. He demanded from the CM and the Education department that they take action against absent/ghost teachers.

Complete story: Daily Baakhabar Quetta, Page No: 06

 

University administration busy in corruption: Nasir Baloch

District Quetta: BSO Central Information Secretary Mr. Nasir Baloch has said that the Baloch nation is facing hardships at present in the field of Education. Female students are being victimized in universities and other educational institutions. As a result, the educational process has reached a dead end. University administration is busy in corruption and conducting illegal appointments. 

Complete story: Daily Qudrat Quetta, Page No: 03

 

Boys Middle School Raheem Abad deprived of water due to negligence

District Qalat: Due to the education department’s negligence, Boys Middle School Raheem Abad is currently deprived of water and other basic facilities. Area residents have demanded that higher authorities equip the school with a boundary wall, potable water, watchman and etc. The government should take practical steps for educational development instead of making shallow promises.

Complete story: Daily Mashriq Quetta, Page No: 02

 

Punjab

 

1401 additional class rooms to be constructed in Primary Schools of Dera Ghazi Khan

District Dera Ghazi Khan: The District Coordination Officer Dera Gazi Khan has made a statement that in accordance with the instructions of Chief Minister Punjab, 40000 additional class rooms will be constructed across 14 Districts of Punjab including District Dera Ghazi Khan. In addition, 1401 additional high quality class rooms will also be constructed for primary schools of District Dera Ghazi Khan.

Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/multan/2016-10-04/page-03              

 

Ban on transfer of Teachers

District Muzafargrah: The Executive District Officer Education Mr. Shamsheer Ahmed Khan has shared that according to the timeline and merit policy of the provincial government, transfers of teachers have been concluded; any transfers in the future will not be subject to government policy.

Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Multan, Page No.03

 

Government School distributes uniform from its own budget

District Narowal: The Deputy District Education Officer (DDEO) Mr. Dr. Amjad Islam addressed a meeting in Narowal and said that according to the Chief Minister of Punjab, the education department is struggling to improve the quality of education for the masses. He appreciated the school management and its staff for providing uniforms to financially weak students from the school’s own budget.

Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Multan, Page No.07

 

Teachers charge students with fine

District Bahawalpur: Parents of Student Government Higher Secondary School Chak No.32/PC have informed the media that teachers of a local school previously charged absent students with a fine of Rs. 5, but now they have begun charging Rs.50 per day for each absence; the money collected is used by the teachers to buy themselves lunch. They appealed to the District Coordination Officer and Executive District Officer-Education that they take notice of this injustice.

Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Multan, Page No.11

 

Corruption explored in Medical College Dera Ghazi Khan

District Dera Ghazi Khan: After exploring the evidence provided by the media, it has been claimed that the principal of Medical College Dera Ghazi Khan is responsible for embezzling millions of rupees from the college funds. It has been revealed that he has used his power for illegal means and has damaged the finance department of the College.  The Chief Minister of Punjab has directed that an investigation be conducted including higher relevant authorities and other responsible.

Complete Story: Daily Ausaf, Rahim Yar Khan, Page No.01

 

School disturbing due to piles of garbage

District Vehari: Citizen of Vehari have complained that students of the Government Primary School are upset over the piles garbage right in front of the school, which is causing epidemic diseases among them. TMA has failed its duty of cleaning out the area.

Complete Story: Daily Ausaf, Rahim Yar Khan, Page No.02

 

Sindh

 

Union Council Chairman visits Schools

District Dadu: The Chairman Union Council Tando Rahim Khan paid a visit to Primary and High Schools. He checked schools’ attendance registers and inquired about the day to day matters of the school. People complained to him about the shortage of basic facilities at the schools.

Complete Story: http://sindhexpress.com.pk/epaper/PoPupwindow.aspx?newsID=130439217&Issue=NP_HYD&Date=20161004

 

Higher Secondary School building in Mehrabpur crumbling

District Khairpur Mirs: The Higher Secondary School Mehrabpur has reached the brink of devastation, due to the laziness on part of education authorities. The building is cracked in multiple places, putting the lives of more than 800 students in danger. There is also a shortage of basic facilities at the school.

Complete Story: http://sindhexpress.com.pk/epaper/PoPupwindow.aspx?newsID=130439241&Issue=NP_HYD&Date=20161004

 

NAB calls of files of 1600 employees of Education department Larkana

District Larkana: The National Accountability Bureau has demanded that personal files of 1600 employees of the Education Department Larkana (appointed in 2009) be computerized immediately.

Complete Story: http://sindhexpress.com.pk/epaper/PoPupwindow.aspx?newsID=130439420&Issue=NP_HYD&Date=20161004

 

T.E.O Female not appointed in Taluka Khairpur Nathan Shah

District Dadu: Taluka Female Education Officer has not been appointed despite the passage of eight months. It is reported that 80 percent Girls Schools of Taluka are currently dysfunctional. On the other hand, members of JSQM, Awami Tahrek, JUI and PPP Shaheed Bhutto have warned that they will start movement against the closure of schools if the situation is not rectified immediately.

Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2016-10-04/news/page3/1%20(45).htm

http://www.dailyibrat.com/beta/pages/jpp_04102016011840.jpg

 

Schools and Offices of Taluka Mirpur Bathor in dilapidated state

District Sijawal: Hundreds of Primary and Middle Schools, and the Education Offices of Taluka Mirpur Bathoro, have reached a despicable condition due to the lack of repairs since several years, in addition to the carelessness of higher authorities.

Complete Story: http://www.dailyibrat.com/beta/pages/jpp_04102016011840.jpg