9 December 2015

National Press:

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Peshawar district council passes budget amid opposition’s boycott
Peshawar: Amid boycott by the opposition members, the district council, Peshawar, on Tuesday passed its development budget having a total outlay of Rs838.2 million for the ongoing fiscal year (2015-16). Presenting the development budget, Asim Khan said that Rs163.251 million had been allocated for improving the condition of schools in the district and provision of missing facilities there.
Complete Story: http://www.dawn.com/news/1225187

Over 30,000 govt schools to be provided with facilities
Kohat: Provincial Minister for Elementary and Secondary Education Department Mohammad Atif Khan has announced that over 30,000 government schools in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa will be provided basic facilities through the parent-teacher councils (PTCs). Addressing a function here on Tuesday, the minister said that for this purpose Rs43 billion had been earmarked, while Rs10 billion had already been released. These institutions would be provided with computer labs, classrooms, water, latrines and other facilities.
Complete Story: http://www.dawn.com/news/1225178/over-30000-govt-schools-to-be-provided-with-facilities

Women’s role vital for development: Governor
Peshawar: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Governor Sardar Mahtab Ahmad Khan has said educated women play a pivotal role in the prosperity and development of societies. He was addressing the Second Convocation of the Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Women University Peshawar at the Convocation Hall of the University of Peshawar here on Tuesday.
Complete Story: http://www.dawn.com/news/1225176

Students protest lack of transport facility
Timergara: The students of boys degree colleges in Samar Bagh and Gulabad on Tuesday boycotted classes and took to the streets against absence of transport and other facilities in the colleges. The Mutahida Talba Mahaz organised the protest. The protesting students of Samar Bagh College gathered on a road at Sadbar Kaly, blocking it for vehicular traffic.
Complete Story: http://www.dawn.com/news/1225174/students-protest-lack-of-transport-facility

Centre to launch special enrolment initiative for FATA children
Peshawar: The Federal Government will launch special enrollment program for out of school children of FATA to bring them into national mainstream of education, said a senior official on Tuesday.
Complete Story: http://epaper.pakobserver.net/201512/09/national2.php

UNDP, UoP sign MoU for FATA youth skill development
Peshawar: Under the initiative to carry out the capacity building of the FATA youth, University of Peshawar and United Nations Development Program have signed a letter of agreement in a ceremony held at the university yesterday.
Complete Story: http://nation.com.pk/E-Paper/islamabad/2015-12-09/page-15

VC vows to improve Swat varsity ranking
Swat: Addressing to the welcome gathering, Dr Jahan said that he wanted to develop the Swat University so as to make it a model institution in the country.
Complete Story: http://nation.com.pk/E-Paper/islamabad/2015-12-09/page-15

Peshawar District Government unveils, approves Rs. 838.201m budget
Peshawar: The Peshawar district government on Tuesday unveiled and approved development budget for the session 2015-16 with a total outlay of Rs838.201 million where a major share was allocated for improving the conditions of schools, construction and repair of roads. In his budget speech, Asim Khan said that an amount of Rs163.251 million had been allocated for improving the conditions of schools in the district and providing them the facilities. 
Complete Story: http://www.thenews.com.pk/print/80630-Peshawar-district-govt-approves-Rs838-million-budget

471 graduates awarded degrees at SBBWU convocation
Peshawar: A total of 471 graduates were awarded degrees at the second convocation of the Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Women University (SBBWU) Peshawar here on Tuesday. Governor Sardar Mahtab Ahmad Khan, who was the chief guest on the occasion, also conferred medals on 59 graduates for their outstanding performance in various disciplines. One PhD and 12 MPhil degrees were also given away to the scholars.
Complete Story: http://www.thenews.com.pk/print/80631-471-graduates-awarded-degrees-at-SBBWU-convocation

Three-day mega Youth Festival gets underway at ICU in Peshawar
Peshawar: The three-day ‘Youth Festival’ got underway at the Islamia College University on Tuesday and a number of students thronged the venue to take part in different activities on the occasion. The festival has been being arranged by the Islami Jamiat Talaba.Senior Minister for Local Government Inayatullah Khan inaugurated the event. Stalls of books had been arranged at the book fair, where books and other items were made available for the students at low rates.
Complete Story: http://www.thenews.com.pk/print/80635-Three-day-mega-Youth-Festival-gets-underway-at-ICU-in-Peshawar

FATA/GB/AJK

Seminar, walk mark start of anti-corruption week in Bajaur
Khar: Speakers at a seminar held here on Tuesday to mark the start of anti-corruption week in Bajaur Agency, stressed the need for creating awareness against devastating effects of corruption in the society. The agency education department organised the seminar in collaboration with the National Commission for Human Development at Governor Model School & College here.
Complete Story: http://www.dawn.com/news/1225180

Islamabad

Rare collection of Urdu books being preserved
Islamabad: The presidency is planning to preserve a treasure of rare collection of books that were written or translated in Urdu language in the sub-continent before partition. The treasure contains those precious books on modern sciences and knowledge that were translated into Urdu in Usmania University in Hyderabad. 
Complete Story: http://www.dawn.com/news/1225204/rare-collection-of-urdu-books-being-preserved

93,255 interns to get training under PM Youth Programme
A total of 93,255 interns will get training next year under Prime Minister’s Youth Training Scheme. The allocation of interns will be made in accordance with the NFC award and FPSC’s recruitment criteria for provincial and regional quotas. 
Complete Story: http://www.pakistantoday.com.pk/2015/12/09/city/islamabad/93255-interns-to-get-training-under-pm-youth-programme/
Complete Story: Daily Nawaiwaqt, Islamabad, Page No. 02

GCU VC implements HEC rules, gets snubbed by HED
HED officials maneuver return of GCU registrar and controller examinations even though both men are ineligible for administrative position according to HEC rules.
Complete Story: http://www.pakistantoday.com.pk/2015/12/09/city/lahore/gcu-vc-implements-hec-rules-gets-snubbed-by-hed/

Drama festival kicks off at NUST
Islamabad: Presenting a fusion of performances by young stars, a three-day drama festival began on Tuesday at National University of Science and Technology (NUST). The NUST Dramatics Club organised a show featuring the amalgamation of four success stories in one giant extravaganza.
Complete Story: http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/islamabad/09-Dec-2015/drama-festival-kicks-off-at-nust

Government mulls to share public school grounds with private institutions
Islamabad - The government is considering a proposal to allow the private schools established in small buildings to use playgrounds of public schools.
The suggestions of providing fortified food and milk to students of government schools at the primary level are also on the cards in the federal capital. These proposals were discussed at a midterm performance review meeting at Planning Commission yesterday.  
Complete Story: http://nation.com.pk/E-Paper/Islamabad/2015-12-09/page-13/detail-5

School celebrates Universal Children’s Day
Islamabad - Beaconhouse Newlands Islamabad (BNI) has celebrated Universal Children’s Day within its premises with the aim of creating awareness and tolerance among its students about cultural differences among themselves and their social responsibility towards the under-privileged students.
Complete Story: http://nation.com.pk/E-Paper/Islamabad/2015-12-09/page-14/detail-3

FAST Management School holds business strategy summit
Islamabad: The students of FAST School of Management, Islamabad Campus, organised a Business Strategy Summit (BSS) at the FAST National University, says a press release. The objective of the summit was to provide an opportunity to entrepreneurs, senior executives, government officials and industrialists to share their business strategies that had made them successful.
Complete Story: http://www.thenews.com.pk/print/80616-FAST-Management-School-holds-business-strategy-summit

A two-day International Conference to be held at NUML University
Islamabad: A two-day international conference on ‘ISIS and its impact on South Asia’ is underway at NUML University that will continue on Wednesday as well. The Chief Guest was Air Vice Marshall (Rtd) Dr. Shahzad Chaudhry. The conference is a joint effort of HEC and NUML’s Department of International Relations.
Complete Story: http://www.express.com.pk/epaper/PoPupwindow.aspx?newsID=1103220427&Issue=NP_ISB&Date=20151209

Dr Shumaila of Islamic University awarded a gold medal
Islamabad: Dr Shumaila, chairperson of a department in International Islamic University Islamabad has been awarded with a gold medal by the Pakistan Academy of Sciences for her contributions in the field of science and technology.
Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Islamabad, Page No.2

Students will make the country proud in the field of Science and Technology: Punjab Governor
Islamabad: Highly educated youth are Pakistan’s future and a valuable asset for the country. The government is taking all possible steps to allow these individuals to contribute fully towards the growth of our country, Gov. Punjab Malik Muhammad Rafiq Rajhwana stated at the Convention Center Islamabad during his address at the University of Science and Technology’s 14th convocation. He said the students are lucky to have achieved what they have because of their parents’ investment in their education and they must do their parents’ expectations justice in practical life too through unrelenting hard work  and achieving in the field of technology which will also be a source of pride for our nation. MNA Chaudry Sher Ali also spoke at the convocation reminding the graduates of the challenges our country is facing on the terrorism, unemployment and power crisis fronts.
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/12-09-2015/pindi/page2.asp


Punjab

PU to compile oral history through retired teachers
LAHORE: The Punjab University (PU) has started compiling its oral history, an official told Dawn. The varsity official told Dawn retired teachers of the university would be invited to speak on its history. “Oral history of the varsity will also be recorded on video through (lectures by) old teachers,” he said. 
Complete Story: http://www.dawn.com/news/1225131/pu-to-compile-oral-history-through-retired-teachers

Transferred EDO storms office with ‘stay order’
Gujrat: The row between two functionaries of the health department over the office of the Gujrat executive district officer health intensified on Tuesday when Dr Ijaz Haider, who claimed to have a stay order against his transfer, ‘stormed’ the main office at the District Government Complex by breaking the door glass.
Complete Story: http://www.dawn.com/news/1225127/transferred-edo-storms-office-with-stay-order

10 children injured as seminary wall collapses
Bhawalpur: At least 10 children were injured, three of them seriously, when the wall of a seminary where they were studying collapsed here on Tuesday. According to Rescue 1122 District Officer Dr Malik Asif Channar, the children were learning their lesson at the Madressah Imam Bokhari on Multan Road when an under-construction wall of a room collapsed on them. 
Complete Story: http://www.dawn.com/news/1225129/10-children-injured-as-seminary-wall-collapses

Recruitment of 1,376 teachers in RWP schools approved
Punjab government has accorded approval to fill 1,376 vacant posts of teachers in the schools of Rawalpindi district. The appointment process of teachers will be started after approval of schedule for recruitment from Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif. The Punjab education secretary is seeking approval for appointment of 1,376 teachers in the schools at district Rawalpindi under the recruitment policy.
Complete Story: http://www.pakistantoday.com.pk/2015/12/09/city/islamabad/recruitment-of-1376-teachers-in-rwp-schools-approved/

Private Schools : LHC full bench to inquire exorbitant fee structure
Lahore: Lahore High Court (LHC) Chief Justice Ijazul Ahsan has constituted a full bench to hear petitions against exorbitant fee structure of private schools. The three-member bench would be headed by Justice Abid Aziz Sheikh while other members would include Justice Ali Akbar Qureshi and Justice Shams Mehmood Mirza.
Complete Story: http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/punjab/09-Dec-2015/private-schools-lhc-full-bench-to-inquire-exorbitant-fee-structure

MoU signed to promote student volunteerism
Islamabad: The Millennium University College (TMUC) and the Pakistan Red Crescent (PRC) Tuesday signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to establish a youth volunteers society, says a press release. Students from various disciplines, including Bachelors and Diploma programmes participated in the discussion.
Complete Story: http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/islamabad/09-Dec-2015/mou-signed-to-promote-student-volunteerism

Anti-Corruption week at Rawalpindi Government Girls Degree College
Rawalpindi: Government Girls Degree College Rawalpindi organized a debate competition in celebration of the International Anti-Corruption Week.
Complete Story: Daily Nawaiwaqt, Islamabad, Page No. 02

US to aid Pakistan in education, farm
Faisalabad: The United States is committed to serve Pakistani people in education and agriculture sectors to strengthen its economy, said the US Counsel General Lahore, Zachary Harkenrider. He said that thousands of Pakistani teachers had been trained.
Complete Story: http://epaper.pakobserver.net/201512/09/national.php

Rs 784 million allocated for special education department
Lahore: Provincial Minister for Special Education, Asif Saeed Minhais, has said that Punjab government has allocated Rs.784 million for different schemes for Special Education Department and state-of-the-art rehabilitation centers being established for disabled persons with collaboration with different NGOs. 
Complete Story: http://epaper.pakobserver.net/201512/09/lahore.php

4 new buses for students
Lahore: On instruction of Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, four new buses for students have reached Ameer ud Din Medical College, affiliated with General Hospital, as he had announced after the best results in province showed by the students of AMC.
Complete Story: http://epaper.pakobserver.net/201512/09/lahore.php

Plan to share IT labs in government schools with a contractor
Lahore: The plan to share IT labs in government schools with a contractor. According to sources, the agreement is going to be inked very soon. The contractors would be able to conduct short courses workshop in the evening at the labs.
Complete Story: http://www.express.com.pk/epaper/PoPupwindow.aspx?newsID=1103220931&Issue=NP_ISB&Date=20151209

1376 teachers to be appointed in second phase:
Rawalpindi: 2173 teachers will be appointed through the Punjab Public Service Commission, the new policy is being worked on to be cogent while 35 to 40 thousand teachers are currently appointed in Punjab. EDO Education Rawalpindi Qazi Zahoor ul Haq said the appointments process is currently under scrutiny, vacancies will be taken note of and filled. He said 4262 educators will be appointed in the Rawalpindi division, out of which the quota for Rawalpindi city is 1367 appointments, 669 for Jhelum, 1303 for Chakwal and 883 positions reserved for Attock. 
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/12-09-2015/pindi/page2.asp

SPARC to release report on education:
Lahore: Society for the Protection of Rights of the Child (SPARC), a local child rights NGO, is organising an event in Lahore on December 15 to release a research report titled: ‘Breaking Barriers to Girls’ Education in South Punjab.’
Complete Story: http://epaper.tribune.com.pk/DisplayDetails.aspx?ENI_ID=11201512090568&EN_ID=11201512090197&EMID=11201512090069

Plans approved for fair conduct of Matric and Intermediate examinations
Rawalpindi: Education Board Rawalpindi has given its approval for a program to conduct next year’s annual Matric and Intermediate examinations fairly, and has incorporated the suggestions given by students in this regard.
Complete Story: http://www.express.com.pk/epaper/PoPupwindow.aspx?newsID=1103220435&Issue=NP_ISB&Date=20151209

Building fitness certificate declared compulsory for private educational institutions
Rawalpindi: Punjab Government has declared it mandatory for all kinds of private educational institutions in the province to acquire a building fitness certificate from the Pakistan Engineering Council.
Complete Story: http://www.express.com.pk/epaper/PoPupwindow.aspx?newsID=1103219941&Issue=NP_ISB&Date=20151209

A high-level meeting held by the Board for planning for annual Matric Examinations 2016
Rawalpindi: A high-level meeting was held to plan for next year’s annual Matric examinations, under the chairmanship of Dr Atif Zareef, by Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education.
Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Islamabad, Page No. 2

Sindh

‘Bureaucracy is in the way of Urdu becoming country’s official language’
Karachi: The 8th International Urdu Conference organised by the Arts Council Karachi began on Tuesday afternoon. The second session, which was chaired by Dr Pirzada Qasim, was on Urdu curriculum. Anis Zaidi said it was the need of the hour to rework curriculum. Prof Anwaar Ahmed Zai said after the 18th amendment education had become a provincial subject which meant it had become easier to revise the syllabi and curriculum.
Complete Story: http://www.dawn.com/news/1225105/bureaucracy-is-in-the-way-of-urdu-becoming-countrys-official-language

PMDC stops Sukkur College from going ahead with admission, teaching plan
Sukkur: The Pakistan Medical & Dental Council (PMDC) has stopped the Ghulam Mohammed Mahar Medical College (GMMMC) from announcing the final list of candidates who have qualified for admission to its MBBS programme by passing the entry test held on Nov 22. 
Complete Story: http://www.dawn.com/news/1225111/pmdc-stops-sukkur-college-from-going-ahead-with-admission-teaching-plan

Local bodies’ role in promoting education highlighted
Thatta: Speakers at a seminar titled ‘Local bodies and future of education’ held successive governments, the bureaucracy and absence of local bodies responsible for the constant decline in the standard of education at primary level. They expressed the hope that local bodies would play an effective role in promoting the cause of education in Sindh. Presided over by former Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) lawmaker Ghulam Qadir Palijo, who is now a councillor-elect from Jangshahi, the seminar was organised by Alif Ailaan and another non-governmental organisation serving as its implementing partner.
Complete Story: http://www.dawn.com/news/1225109/local-bodies-role-in-promoting-education-highlighted

8th International Urdu Conference begins at Art Council
Karachi: The biggest international Urdu conference began on Tuesday at Karachi Arts Council. The 8th International Urdu Conference will highlight the value of Urdu language on different topics and discussions.
Complete Story: http://epaper.pakobserver.net/201512/09/karachi.php

Malaysian University delegation visits DUHS
Karachi: A 4-member delegation of Sultan Zain-ul-Abadin University, Malaysia headed by Deputy VC Prof. Dr Mahadzirah Binte Muhammad is visiting Dow University of Health Sciences (DUHS) as a part of their initiative for future academic collaborations.
Complete Story: http://epaper.pakobserver.net/201512/09/karachi.php

Editorial/Op-ed

Social and emotional wellbeing of children and youth with disabilities in Pakistan:
Pakistan is a country whose literacy rate remains at 58% and the country looks set to miss the millennium development goal. Unfortunately, children who are well equipped and who belong to good and rich families aren’t even developing at a faster pace due to political instability, rising terrorism, let aside handicapped children. The Ministry of Education in Pakistan has regrettably ignored the need of Social and Emotional Well-Being of Children and Youth with Disabilities and, if continued, the future of Pakistan can fade. 
Complete Story: http://en.dailypakistan.com.pk/opinion/blog/social-and-emotional-well-being-of-children-and-youth-with-disabilities-in-pakistan/

 

Letters to the Editors:

 

Standardised Education
Education has been fundamental in the progress of all the civilisations around the world. Sadly, the education system in Pakistan has one major flaw – there is no standard board and educational system. Education should be standardised for everyone. Instead of that, in our case, more than 30 different education boards are operating in different regions and are hindering educational development of our country.
Complete Story: http://www.thenews.com.pk/print/80655-Standardised-education

Regional Press:

 

Khyber- Pakhtunkhwa

 

 

 

Only four teachers for 500 students

 

Bannu:  PTI provincial government’s educational emergency and social justice claims have gone in vain since only four teachers at the pilot school for 500 students are currently teaching, the school is in a worse condition than it was before.

 

Complete Story:  http://peshawar.ausaf.pk/?cat=7

 

 

 

Promoted teachers refuse teaching

 

Peshawar: Teachers promoted to the next cadre according to Service Structure have refused to teach 9th & 10 class students. Their only ability is to conduct the classes of 6th and 7th.

 

Complete Story:  http://www.express.com.pk/epaper/PoPupwindow.aspx?newsID=1103220197&Issue=NP_PEW&Date=20151209

 

 

 

Teachers continue protests

 

Mohmand Agency: The teachers continued protests, blocking the road, from Ghalanai Peshawar to Bajawar, warning to continue with the protests until their demands were met.

 

Complete Story:  Daily Khabrain, Peshawar, Page No. 2

 

 

 

Government Girls High School near collapse

 

Topi: The Government Girls High School Hamlit building may collapse at any time due to its dialpidated condition.

 

Complete Story:  http://naibaat.com.pk/Presentation/peshawar/Page03.aspx

 

 

 

Teachers’ protest affects students’ future

 

Jamrud: Teachers’ protest in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa resulting in the closure of the schools may have adverse implications for the future of the students.

 

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

 

 

 

Students hold protest demonstration in favor of demands

 

Chakdara: The students of Government School Gulabad held a protest in favor of their demands in front of Press Club insisting upon the up-gradation of its status.   

 

Complete Story: Surkhab, Peshawar, Page No. 2

 

 

 

Balochistan

 

 

 

No steps back against the rights of NTS pass candidates

 

District Lasbela: The member of Bhotani group and ex-nazim Sakran Mr. Babal Jan Lehri along with others said in a joint statement that Sakran is divided into three union councils. They said NTS pass candidates should be adjusted on an urgent  basis, DDO and EDO should take personal efforts for the adjustments of these meritorious candidates.

 

Complete Story: http://www.dailyintekhab.com.pk/Multimedia/online_pages/current/page_2.html

 

 

 

Nation cannot develop without education: Lala Abdul Majeed Mengal

 

District Lasbela: The councilor Municipal Corporation Hub Mr. Lala Abdul Majeed Mengal said no nation can progress without education. With the establishment of a girls’ degree college the problem of a lack of female education in the area will be solved.  He said Bhotani brothers should take initiatives for the establishment of a girls’ college for the propagation of education.  

 

Complete Story: http://www.dailyintekhab.com.pk/Multimedia/online_pages/current/page_2.html

 

 

 

Educational society is impossible if copy culture continues: PSO

 

District Quetta: Pashtoonkhuwa Student Organization (South Pashtoonkhuwa zone) said in a statement that university has taken effective measures in curbing the culture of plagiarism, an effort which should be applauded at every platform and called for a pressure group condoning the practice. The PSO said an educated, independent society is impossible to develop if the culture of plagiarism prevails.

 

Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/12-09-2015/Quetta/page2.asp

 

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Private institutions have played a main role in propagation of education: Secretary Education

 

District Quetta: The private educational institutions play a main role in propagating education. The government is supporting private education institutions through a private schools’ regulatory bill. Secretary Education said reservations of private schools owners regarding the bill will be reviewed once again. He said the government’s policies are formulated for the greater good of common people there.

 

Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/12-09-2015/Quetta/page3.asp

 

 

 

Student problems will be resolved with approval of examination center: Raeesullah

 

District Kachhi: A delegation of the students of the Degree College Bhaag met with the Chairman Municipal Committee Mr. Raeesullah and told him about the problems of the Degree College Bhaag. He ensured students that he will talk to high officials regarding examination center approval and the shortage of lecturers to have the problems Bhaag Degree College is facing resolved.

 

Complete Story:http://www.express.com.pk/epaper/PoPupwindow.aspx?newsID=1103219631&Issue=NP_QTA&Date=20151209

 

 

 

Punjab

 

 

 

High school without boundary wall

 

District Bahawalpur: The Government Boys High School Chak No.36/DNB is functioning without a boundary wall, the absence of which makes the students and teachers there feel insecure and exposed. They have appealed to the DCO Bahawalpur to have the boundary wall built.

 

Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/multan/2015-12-09/page-11

 

DCO orders Cadet College land be vacated by the 31stof December

 

District Rahim Yar Khan: The DCO Rahim Yar Khan, Captain Mr. Zafar Iqbal has ordered the assistant commissioner Khanpur to get the land sanctioned for Cadet College Khanpur vacated by the 31st of December, 2015.  

 

Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/multan/2015-12-09/page-02  

 

 

 

Girls high school without subject teachers

 

District Multan: The Government Girls High School Jail Road Multan has been operating without subject teachers for physics and mathematics for a long time now. The students are compelled by the principal to take private tuitions, warning them of failing their examinations if they don’t do so.    

 

Complete Story: Daily Sang-e-Mail, Multan, Page No. 8

 

 

 

AEO appeals DCO for return of bikes

 

District Rajanpur: The AEO Rajanpur has appealed to the DCO Rajanpur to retrieve motorbikes from retired education officers and return them to the Education Department.

 

Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Multan, Page No. 7

 

 

 

26 high schools without headmasters

 

District Bhakkar: Around 26 schools out of 77 are functioning without headmasters. The junior headmasters have been appointed at 20 but even the education process is disturbed; parents have demanded higher authorities make the relevant appointments.

 

Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Multan, Page No. 3

 

 

 

Equipment stolen from Government Boys High School

 

District Rahim Yar Khan: Mr. Bilal Idrees, headmaster Government Boys High School, Chak No.25/NP has given an application to the Ahmedpur Lammah Police Station against the stealing of equipment, of worth Rs. 35,000/- from the school.  

 

Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Multan, Page No. 7

 

 

 

Education Department establishes 6 new education centers

 

District Khanewal: The Education Department, Khanewal, has set up 5 female and one male education center, appointing assistant education officers at the primary and middle schools of tehsil Jahanian. The notification for this has been issued.

 

Complete Story: Daily Ausaf, Multan, Page No. 2

 

 

 

Issuance of bogus registration certificates

 

District Bahawalpur: The Education Department Bahawalpur had been issuing bogus registration certificates to private schools on fake certificates. The retired EDO issued certificates on retrospective dates.

 

Complete Story: Daily Ausaf, Multan, Page No. 8

 

 

 

Sindh

 

 

 

Professors prolong protest against the principal of degree college

 

District Larkana: The lecturers and professors from degree college Larkana, continued strike against their principal accusing him of corruption and holding him responsible for spoiling the college’s gardens and furniture.

 

Complete Story: http://www.sindhexpress.com.pk/epaper/PoPupwindow.aspx?newsID=130339010&Issue=NP_HYD&Date=20151209

 

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Students take out protest against shortage of basic facilities

 

District Naushehro Feroz: The students of Government Degree College, Mehrabpur held protest against the shortage of basic facilities of drinking water, washrooms and corruption in sports funds.

 

Complete Story: http://www.sindhexpress.com.pk/epaper/PoPupwindow.aspx?newsID=130338998&Issue=NP_HYD&Date=20151209

 

 

 

Anti corruption raids on taluka education office

 

District Mirpurkhas: The Anti-Corruption team raided on the office of Taluka Education Officer while sealing two rooms full of office records. During their raid, the clerks and other office staff escaped from the scene.

 

Complete Story: http://www.sindhexpress.com.pk/epaper/PoPupwindow.aspx?newsID=130339246&Issue=NP_HYD&Date=20151209

 

 

 

Students insecure due to smashed compound wall

 

District Sukkur: The students of government primary school, village Haji Khan Khajo feel insecure due to the damaged compound wall.

 

Complete Story: http://epaper.awamiawaz.com/fullsize/Page-09.jpg

 

 

 

Primary school building construction work completed

 

District Jamshoro: The construction work of Government Girls Primary School Manjhad has been completed. On the other hand, girls have started studying in the school without the basic facilities of furniture and electricity.

 

Complete Story: http://www.dailyibrat.com/beta/pages/jpp_09122015020816.jpg

 

 

 

Karachi University extends form submission date

 

Karachi: Submission of BA private examination forms date has been extended four days with the announcement of Controller Examination University of Karachi. The students can submit forms with late fees of Rs. 100/-.

 

Complete Story: http://www.express.com.pk/epaper/PoPupwindow.aspx?newsID=1103219902&Issue=NP_KHI&Date=20151209

 

 

 

Speech competition among students

 

Hyderabad: A speech competition was organized among students at Government Mono Technique Institute Kohisar, Latifabad on the topic of corruption.

 

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Teachers continue protest over nonpayment of salaries

 

District Khairpur Mirs: The teachers of other cadres continue protest over nonpayment of salaries while declaring thdey have face financial difficulties for the past 37 months.

 

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