Reward and Punishment paying off in schools
Peshawar: Chief Minister Pervez khattak said the provincial government was focusing on improvement of quality of education for which it has introduced a policy of reward and punishment.
Private Schools flay regulatory mechanism
Kohat: The Private Educational Association Kohat has asked the government to increase the number of supervising committees under the Private School Regulatory Authority.
Class based system main hurdle to progress in education
Peshawar: Chief Minister Pervez Khattak has said that class based education system was a major hurdle to progress in education sector and the provincial government was trying to ensure uniform education system.
KP investment in schools paying off, says CM Khattak
Peshawar: The KP Government on Thursday awarded Rs 110 million to 1900 teachers from 240 government teachers high and higher schools for their outstanding performance.
DEO transferred headmaster of the school
Quetta: DEO Quetta, Gul Muhammad Kakar transferred headmaster of the school who did not perform his responsibilities well.
Complete story: http://e.jang.com.pk/10-06-2017/Quetta/page6.asp
Poor condition of Government School Sakran
Hub: Government School Sakran is facing a lot of difficulties.Classrooms are in bad condition and there is shortage of teachers.
Complete story: http://e.jang.com.pk/10-06-2017/Quetta/page6.asp
Salam Teachers Day function in Government Model High School Chaman
Chaman: Teachers play an important role in the society and to celebrate the Teachers Day, an event was organized in Model High School Chaman.
Complete story: http://e.jang.com.pk/10-06-2017/Quetta/page7.asp
Education Department officials ordered to make Smart NICs
Quetta: In a press release by Secondary Education Board, officers are ordered to make Smart NICs.
Complete story: http://e.jang.com.pk/10-06-2017/Quetta/page14.asp
Teachers Day celebrated in Khyber Agency
Khyber Agency: To pay homage to the teachers community, Teachers Day was celebrated in Bara Tehsil.
Salam Teachers Day held at different schools
Islamabad: Salam Teachers Day celebrated at different public and private schools.
Textbooks to be revised for Pre-I to class V
Islamabad: The Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Training on Thursday discussed the measures needed for development of the textbooks is Islamabad Capital Territory on the basis revised curriculum for Pre-I to Class-v.
Senate Human rights takes up Pak-Turk issues
Islamabad: The Senate Committee on Human Rights on Thursday discussed the disappearance of a Turkish Family’s working for the Park-Turk School and took a summon.
World Teachers Day and plight of teachers
Islamabad: Daily wager teachers of model educational institutes functioning under FDE marked the World’s Teachers Day as Black day.
Proactive Initiatives needed to eradicate illiteracy
Islamabad: National Commission for Human Development Chairperson Razina Aslam Khan has stressed the need from moving away from the usual approach and adopting a more proactive and vibrant initiative.
Political business interests threaten academic freedom
Unwarranted political pressure and business of the private sector are the two major factors that threaten the ability of educators to teach with academic freedom.
Shortage of teachers at primary level
Lahore: Pakistan is among 9 countries that lack teachers in primary education. Pakistan ranks 9th and there are 8 more countries with poor primary education.
Chakwal District number 1 based on education performance
Chakwal: Chakwal District has ranked number 1 as compared to other districts in the province of Punjab.
Teachers Day marked as a black Day
The hundreds of teachers who have not received their salaries for the last few months observed a black day in recognition of a protest.
Dawn Spelling Bee contest held
Lahore: Education Spelling Bee contest concluded at Iqbal Auditorium of the University of Agriculture.
500 teachers receive best award
Lahore: On the World teachers Day, the Punjab government awarded certificates and cash prizes To 500 school teachers of the public sector.
Tribute paid to the architects of the society
Lahore: World Teachers Day was observed on Thursday by paying tribute to teachers in the provincial Capital, focusing on the contribution of teachers and providing them appreciation.
Salam Teachers’ Day
Jahanian: In order to value the services of teachers and pay homage to their lifelong services, Government College student’s indulged in activities that made teachers realize their importance.
Restriction on mobile usage
Teachers are mostly busy using their cell phones in class due to which the students suffer. The plan of putting a restriction on the mobile usage could not be implemented as disagreements occurred.
Future at stake
Multan: Middle and under matric teachers have put their career at stake and are imparting education to thousands. Teachers in some cases are entitled to a monthly salary of 2-3 thousand only.
School turns into a cattle pen
Sialkot: Town of Sialkot, Pasur consists of a village named Khangal that has a Government Boys Primary School turned into a cave and cattle’s have been tied inside with the doors and gate falling victim to the city theft.
A society benefits from valuing its teachers
Gujranwala: Opposition Leader Municipal Corporation stated that teachers must be seen through a lens that reflects integrity and dignity. The values instilled in teachers take the students in building up a personality that is lifelong valuable.
Governmental policies at question
Sargodha: On the salam teachers occasion, teachers and students greeted one another with love and affiliation but lamented that rather than focusing on the salaries more emphasis should be placed on their dignity and respect giving.
Judge raids a School
Kandhkot: Judge Ashraf Zehraj conducted a raid at the Government Primary School and demanded a report immediately to take action against those involved.
The house of clay and water launched:
Lahore: The launch of the Novel the house of Clay and Water launched by renowned novelist Faiqa Mansab was held at the last word.
Trainings from world best institutes for teachers
Lahore: Provincial Minister for Education, Rana Mashood Khan paid homage to teachers on World Teachers Day and said teachers who have showed good performance will receive trainings from world’s best institutes.
Science and arts clubs to be set up
Rawalpindi: In 36 districts of Punjab, science and arts clubs are to be set up.
1,000 students form chain to salute educators on World Teachers Day
Karachi: To mark World Teacher’s Day, students of SMB Fatima Jinnah Government Girls School paid tribute to teachers across Pakistan on Thursday by forming a human chain with phrase “Salam Ustad.”
All efforts to be taken for improving dropout rate
Karachi: Sindh Minister for Education and Literacy Jam Mehtab Hussain Dahar said student dropout rate, especially of girls is major alarming situation.
Teachers Day Celebrated in Sindh
Hyderabad: World Teachers Day was celebrated in Sukkur, Hyderabad, Dadu, Khairpur and several other areas on October 5th. Ceremonies were conducted to commemorate the efforts of the teachers and pay a tribute to their dedication.
It is essential to value a teacher
Lodhran: President of Legal Society’s President, Abdul Shakoor Haideri on the occasion of salam teachers expressed that teachers are the future of this country. It is essentially integral to value them as distinct humans.
Private spending on education
The answer to education woes
Letters to the editor
International Teachers Day
Thank you, teacher
Multan: A committee of Early Child Education Rooms paid a visit to different schools.
Decision to construct new building for school
Manjhand: Government Primary School Manjhand was visited by District Education Officer and Session Judge after its crumbling condition. Decision was taken to construct new building for the school.
Judge visits school
Badin: Government Primary School Faiz Muhammad Samejo, near Golarchi, was visited by Civil Judge after news on media. DEO Badin and TEO Female were called to show SMC record.
Civil Judge found school building locked
Jacobabad: Despite Education Emergency, Government Primary School Village Hakim Bahlkani is left closed. The school was visited by Family Civil Judge, calling the concerned officers to his office.
Judge takes notice of insufficient facilities in girls school
Ghotki: More than five hundred girls are getting education in Government Girls Higher Secondary School Qadirpur, but they have to face difficulties due to shortage of basic facilities in the school. Notice has been taken by Judge.
Protest against crumbling condition of school buildings
Naushehro Feroz: A protest was carried but the citizens of Tharu Shah against crumbling condition of two schools of the city and usage of substandard material in construction work.
Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2017-10-06/news/page8/1%20(8).htm
Session Judge paid visit to school
Malir: Government Primary School Ghagharji, near Malir, was visited by Session Judge on publication of new report in newspaper about shortage of basic facilities in the school. He issued orders to remove encroachments before the school gate.
600 schools of Umerkot left in dilapidated state
Kunri: It has been exposed that more than 600 government school buildings are left in crumbling condition in district Umerkot, putting hundreds of student live at stake.
Education employees to get smart cards
Quetta: All education employees should get their smart cards. The directives were issued by Secretary Education.
Complete Story: http://dailyazadiquetta.com/epaper/m/47598/59d690a3ea2a5
Resolution of teachers’ issues is first priority: DEO Quetta
Quetta: An introductory meeting was called by Watan Teachers Association at DEO Office. It was explained by the DEO Quetta that all issues of teachers will be resolved on priority basis.
Complete Story: http://dailyazadiquetta.com/epaper/m/47547/59d67c495e508’
Education Doors to poor students shut
Quetta: Provincial Joint Secretary Pakistan Muslim League (N) has said that doors of education have been closed for poor students.
Prize distribution in 240 schools
Peshawar: Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa distributed prizes of 110 million rupees in 240 schools on their best performance.
Complete Story: http://epaper.dailyaaj.com.pk/epaper-detail.php?image=ODI5ODA=
5 lac children deprived of primary education in KPK
Mansehra: All claims of KPK Government remained in vain and no steps are taken for resolution of educational issues. It has been reported that 5 lac children of the province are still deprived of basic primary education.Complete Story: http://www.dailysubh.pk/peshawar