K-P to jail parents for children’s truancy
The Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa government will hire women teachers in primary schools for both boys and girls because they are more capable than their male counterparts, provincial Information Minister Mushtaq Ghani said at a press conference at the Peshawar Press Clun on Monday.
Education compulsory in K-P upto secondary level
The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) led K-P government Monday announced to make primary education compulsory for children between 5 to 16 years.
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Govt approves co-education in primary schools
The Khyber Paktunkhwa cabinet on Monday made a landmark decision to introduce coeducation at the primary level in the province and declared that only women teachers would be appointed to primary schools in future.
Upgradation of school sought in Mohmand’s remote hamlet
Score of girl students in Shaheed Banda are of Pandiali tehsil here have quit pursuing further education after fifth grade as there is no middle or high school in the area.
Senate for taking steps to control drugs in educational institutions
The Senate Standing Committee on National Health Services, Regulations and Coordination on Monday asked the departments concerned to take steps to control use of drugs in educational institutions of the Federal Capital.
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Federal education board is going to teach students how to attempt exam papers: Dr Akram Malik
Federal education board has prepared a plan to introduce new marking methods.
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Man arrested for running travel agency inside school, 26 passports found
FIA raided a school in Khana and arrested a man in the case of human smuggling.
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28 billion rupees approved for Punjab School education program’s improvement schemes
Punjab government has approved 28 billion rupees for Punjab Education Program’s improvement schemes. These include directing funds towards improving school’s infrastructure, establishing IT labs in High and Higher Secondary schools and establishing more classrooms.
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Government school’s headmaster punished over harassing female teachers
Provincial Ombudsperson Punjab, Farkhanda Waseem Afzal has punished a government school’s headmaster due to complaints given by 3 female teachers.
Sindh to have its own curriculum authority: education minister
Provincial Minister for Education and Literacy Jam Mehtab Hussain Dahar said the government was considering setting up a provincial curriculum authority.
Taken for quality teacher training and modifying the curriculum according to modern needs, the decision was spoken of during Dahar’s meeting with founder of Zindagi Trust, Shehzad Roy, on Monday.
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Primary teachers unhappy with violation of transfer criteria
Hundreds of primary teachers are protesting in Sukkur against their transfers to far-flung rural areas by the administration.
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Due to lack of facilities, Department of Education’s lower staff stages protest
Department of Education’s lower staff stages protest in front of Press Club for their needs not being met.
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Teachers to stage protest outside Chief Minister House
Sindh Professors and Lecturers Association (SPLA) will hold a general body meeting on February 15 at DJ Science College and will march towards the CM House, announced the central president of SPLA, Ferozuddin Siddiqui on Monday.
Plan for education and drug testing laboratory
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