September 25, 2014

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

 

Call to enrol out-of-school children

Panelists at a seminar here on Wednesday said literacy rate won’t increase until parents, education department and civil society joined hands to bring all children to schools. The seminar was organised by the National Commission for Human Development (NCHD) to enrol more out-of-school children. The officials of the education department, social activists, teachers and elders of the area attended the seminar. Among panelists were NCHD, Lower Dir and Bajaur general manager Saifullah Zafar, deputy district education officer, Lower Dir Mohammad Riaz, SDO, Samar Bagh Hamidur Rehman and Khewendo Kor’s Ibrash Pasha. They said despite the government's initiatives over the years, thousands of children continued to be out of schools in the region.

Complete Story:  http://www.dawn.com/news/1134254/call-to-enrol-out-of-school-children

 

Student’s enrolment drive kicks off

The student enrolment drive started in Swabi where children out of school are being enrolled to promote literacy rate. In this connection, a function was held at Govt. Higher Secondary School Totalai, Swabi where out of school children were enrolled.

Complete Story: http://epaper.pakobserver.net/201409/25/national2.php

 

Teachers rally to demand arrest of colleague`s killers

Hundreds of teachers of the government schools held a rally here on Wednesday to demand early arrest of killers of their colleague. They gathered at the government higher secondary school, Karak, and marched to the office of the deputy commissioner, Karak. The participants of the rally, led by Government Teachers Alliance leaders Khairullah Hawari and Javed Iqbal Khattak, chanted slogans against the district administration for its failure to arrest the killers of a teacher, Arifullah, who was killed on Sept 16 inside the school in Koh-i-Maidan village.

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Students protest closure of college departments

Students of Postgraduate College No 1, Abbottabad, on Wednesday took out rally against the closure of six departments at the college, and set a threeday deadline for reversal of the decision. The protest rally, led by Insaf Students Federation`s divisional president Zubair Khan, converged in front of the press club after passing through the main bazaar. The protesters said that admissions to MA and MSc in economics, computer science, chemistry, botany, English, mathematics and political science had been stopped and students were asked to get admission in Hazara University. The students` leaders said that the decision would affect majority of the students as they were poor and would be unable to continue their higher studies.

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Notices issued to teachers, watchmen for absenteeism

The elementary and secondary education department has issued show cause notices to 49 employees of primary schools in the district for remaining absent from duty. An official said that the employees, who had been issued notices, included 15 head teachers, three senior primary schoolteachers, 10 primary schoolteachers and 21 watchmen. He said that the habitual truant employees and those using substitutes had been directed to explain their position otherwise the department would initiate disciplinary proceedings against them.

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Govt medical colleges` forensic depts to do medico-legal work

The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa health department has decided to task the forensic medicine and toxicology departments of the public sector`s medical colleges with carrying out medicolegal work in their respective hospitals with a view to conduct investigation in criminal cases along scientific lines and ensure dispensation of justice to the people at local levels. According to the officials concerned, the government hospitals of the province don`t have the services of qualified experts by and large and thus, leading to the compilation of faulty reports in cases on murder, physical attacks, sexual assaults and age determination.

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Punjab

 

Govt focusing on technical education

Punjab minister for excise and taxation, Mujtaba shuja ur rehman said that due to practical measures of Punjab chief minister, the enrollment of students in government schools had been enhanced to 11.273 million.

Complete Story:  http://epaper.pakobserver.net/201409/25/page7.php

 

Education plays a vital role in development of a nation

Education plays a vital role in development, progress and upbringing of a nation said GSO-I Federal Government education Institutions cantonment and Garrison Rawalpindi region. Lt. Col Najam ul saqib stated that students are the backbone of the nation and they will hold the veins of the country in future.

Complete Story: http://epaper.pakobserver.net/201409/25/islamabad-2.php

 

Law to end PTB-PCA tussle, streamline education reforms

The provincial government has issued the Punjab Curriculum and Textbook Board Ordinance 2014 to ensure preparation, approval and publishing of textbooks besides ending a longstanding tussle between the Punjab Textbook Board (PTB) and Punjab Curriculum Authority (PCA). “The new law will be a step forward and introduce reforms in the education sector,” an officer of the Punjab government, while commenting on the ordinance, remarked. He said the ordinance was issued to end power game between Punjab Curriculum Authority and Punjab Textbook Board that had badly affected the education sector. He said the new law would end the role of mafia.

Complete Story: http://nation.com.pk/lahore/25-Sep-2014/law-to-end-ptb-pca-tussle-streamline-education-reforms

 

 

Balochistan

 

It is very sad to throw out 30 Student

Parents of thirty students of Balochistan thrown out of Punjab Universities as scholarship ends demanded from Chief Minister to take notice. They said it is really very sad to push Students future towards darkness.

Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/09-25-2014/quetta/page2.asp

 

Performance of Balochistan university

Balochistan university Ranke 7th in Pakistan on Performance based said by Vice Chancellor of the University, He was Addressing to a conference at Institute of Bio Chemistry.

Complete Story:  http://e.jang.com.pk/09-25-2014/quetta/page3.asp

 

The sweet fruits of education

Aristotle believed that “the roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet”. No doubt, education is the only thing that gives nations identity in this modern and complex world. If we look at developed nations who are ruling over underdeveloped nations, we can easily judge that they have proper education systems.

Complete Story:  http://www.thenews.com.pk/Todays-News-11-274827-The-sweet-fruits-of-education

 

 

AJK/GB/FATA

 

Justice is important to improve education system

Justice is very important to improve the Education System said by Raja Muhammad Abbas Khan, Secretary Education Azad Jammu and Kashmir. He also added that Teachers need to be awarded on Good Performance.

Complete Story: http://e.dunya.com.pk/detail.php?date=2014-09-25&edition=ISL&id=1302091_17279248

 

 

Islamabad

 

Education emergency: Nine institutes still under police possession

Apprehensions over the academic future of students of nine schools and colleges of the capital still under occupation of security personnel has forced parents and teachers to take to the streets. The fate of 19,063 students is uncertain is as one school and eight colleges are still serving as lodges of officials of Punjab Police, Frontier Constabulary and Azad Jammu and Kashmir Police. The officials arrived in the capital to guard the two sit-ins prior to the protesters’ arrival on August 11.

Complete Story: http://tribune.com.pk/story/766687/education-emergency-nine-institutes-still-under-police-possession/

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After much censure: HEC commission to meet on Friday

Galvanised into action after being reprimanded by the Senate Standing Committee on Education and Training, the Higher Education Commission (HEC) has called its governing body’s meeting on September 26 (Friday).

The Senate body, on Thursday, had questioned multiple delays in holding the HEC’s commission meeting. The governing board running the HEC consists of 18 members: two federal secretaries, four representatives of the provinces, an executive director, one vice chancellor and 10 nominees of the prime minister.

Complete Story: http://tribune.com.pk/story/766094/after-much-censure-hec-commission-to-meet-on-friday/

 

Students in search of schooling

Scores of students along with their parents and office-bearers of teachers associations gathered in front of three colleges here on Wednesday and demanded reopening of their respective educational institutions. The students along with others converged in front of Islamabad Model College for Boys (IMCB), H-9, IMCB, F-8/4, and Islamabad Model College for Girls (IMCG), F-7/2, to protest long closure of their institutions. Thousands of policemen from different areas of the country have been living in around nine schools and colleges since the first week of August last. 

Complete Story: http://nation.com.pk/E-Paper/Islamabad/2014-09-25/page-13/detail-0

 

HEC TO EXPAND COOP WITH AIT

Professor Mukhtar Ahmed, Chairman of the Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan, has expressed the desire to expand ties with the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), and offered to host a visit by the AIT President for strategic discussions with counterparts in Pakistan. He was speaking at a high-level HEC-AIT meeting hosted by the Pakistan Embassy in Bangkok, said a message received here on Wednesday. 

Complete Story: http://pakobserver.net/detailnews.asp?id=253179

 

STUDENTS PROTEST AGAINST POLICE OCCUPATION OF SCHOOLS

Despite of Court verdicts 6 educational institutes of federal capital are still under occupation of police. According to details, despite of apparent directives by Islamabad High Court and written applications of CAD to Federal Govt, police remains to stay in six different schools and collages under Federal Board of Education. Following which students of Islamabad Model Collage for Boys held sit-in protest inside schools and started chanting slogans to evacuate their schools and collages from police and don’t let their educational year go to waste. Students stated that, now protests and sit-ins will be held in schools and collages until their schools are vacated.

Complete Story: http://pakobserver.net/detailnews.asp?id=253192

 

 

Sindh

 

Teachers get their salaries without teaching

Girls’ Higher Secondary School Golarchi, district Badin is facing shortage of teachers, as out of 18 teachers, only 8 teachers are coming to teach above 500 students. All those teachers who are absent are getting their salaries regularly. Collage administration did not take action against them. Villagers blamed that principal of the college is also involved, because she is getting amount from all those teachers who are not teaching. They further said that despite of having SMC funds; students are worried about drinking water. Education of above 500 girls is getting destroyed but education department is still in deep sleep.

Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2014-09-25/news/page2/1%20%2819%29.htm

 

KU teachers end classes’ boycott

After being assured that the perpetrators of Karachi University (KU) Dean Dr Shakeel Auj’s murder will be arrested in a week, the varsity teachers have ended the boycott of classes after almost a week. While giving an ultimatum, Anjuman-e-Asataza Jamiah Karachi Secretary Moiz Khan announced the restoration of classes from Wednesday. Previously, joint alliance of student associations ‘Talba Alliance’ had protested against the killing of Prof Aug on Tuesday and demanded arrest of the criminals.

Complete Story:  http://www.pakistantoday.com.pk/2014/09/24/city/karachi/ku-teachers-end-classes-boycott/

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INTER-UNIVERSITY SPEECH CONTEST ,QUAID KA PAKISTAN

“It is a positive stop to hold co-curricular activities in the city of Quaid. Education, positive attitude and a broad mind are pre-requisite to build Pakistan according to the ideals of Quaid-e-Azam.” These views were expressed by Member National Assembly Ms. Suman Jafri while speaking as chief guest at the Inter-University Speech Contest “Quaid ka Pakistan” organized by Maxim PR at Karachi. The jury for the contest comprised of Dr. Abdul Wahab, President Mohammad Ali Jinnah Uinversity; Dr. Tanvir A. Tahir, Executive Director All Pakistan Newspapers Society; and Dr. Saadia Karim, Professor Dawood Engineering University.

Complete Story: http://pakobserver.net/detailnews.asp?id=253202

 

Dental college students end boycott

Students of Bibi Assefa Dental College, Larkana, called off their 27-day-old boycott on Wednesday after getting assurance from Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Asghar Channa of Shaheed Mohatrma Benazir Bhutto Medical University (SMBBMU) for fulfilling their demands. Talking to Dawn, SMBBMU Registrar Prof Dr Sikandar Mughal confirmed that the talks held with the protesting students remained successful. They were assured of meeting the infrastructurerequirement within a fortnight, along with providing the mandatory equipment for the dental faculty. The vice chancellor, registrar, Additional Registrar Dr Muhammed Hassan Shaikh, Deputy Registrar Prof Dr Shahida Shaikh and acting principal Dr Ilyas Shaikh of Bibi Assefa Dental College negotiated with the students.

Complete Story: http://epaper.dawn.com/?page=25_09_2014_118

 

Sindh, UK sign contract for 30,000 bachelor’s degrees

The Sindh Education & Literacy Department has signed a provisional five-year contract with the United Kingdom for 30,000 bachelor’s degrees by prestigious UK universities without the students having to travel to the kingdom. The announcement was made by Senior Education Minister Nisar Ahmed Khuhro. The higher education courses, including information technology, accountancy and business administration, will commence next July and will be identical in all aspects to their UK equivalents. The distance learning courses will enable Sindh’s students to study at home at their own pace, and the final examinations will be conducted in Pakistan.

Complete Story: http://www.thenews.com.pk/Todays-News-4-274754-Sindh-UK-sign-contract-for-30000-bachelors-degrees

 

Protest Continues for Resolution of Issues of Asifa Dental College

Students of Asifa Dental College Larkana continued their protest against the Shaheed Benazir Medical University for the resolution of their issues. College still has not been registered and future of 150 students is at risk. They demanded from the PPP chairman Mr. Bilawal Bhutto to take notice of the issues to resolve them.

Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2014-09-25/news/page2/1%20%2818%29.htm

 

Opening Ceremony of English Language Center

Opening Ceremony was organized to inaugurate English Language Center, Sakrand, district Shaheed Benanzirabad. While chairing the program, Sindh United Party’s Leader Mr. Syed Zain Ali Shah said every subject has its own importance but English has more importance in the era because the medium of education has become in English so students should pay more attention towards English Language. They praised the initiatives and expressed hope that youth of Sakrand would get full benefit to equip them in English Language.  Program attended by most senior teachers, citizens and students of the Sakrand.

Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2014-09-25/news/page2/1%20%2834%29.htm

 

Protest Continues for Solution of the Issues

Students of Benazir Law College continued their protest for the solution of their issues. As college faces basic facilities like updated library, shortage of able and competent teachers and non availability of books and attitude of principal of is not good with students. They demanded from the former President and CO-chairman PPP and Mr Bilawal Bhutto chairman of PPP to look into the matter and resolve their issues of college.

Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2014-09-25/news/page3/1%20%2810%29.htm

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MPA visits Schools

PPP MPA Ms Khair ul Nisa visited Government Adil Primary School, Meerpur Khas. She said closed schools will be opened and jobs will be given on merit basis. While visiting the school she announced to fulfill the shortage of teachers in the school. Head Master of the school Mr Azam Khan Hazarwi said that the school is facing multi problems and there are few teachers for above 600 students. She promised to resolve the issues school is currently facing.

Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2014-09-25/news/page3/1%20%2834%29.htm

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Demand for 50% seats for male and female in medical discipline.

PMDC has issued letter to the whole medical colleges directing to fill medical seats in male/female equally. He further declared to distribute 50% seats on merit basis for both male and female. Assistant Registrar Shaheed Benazir Bhutto University and Director Student Affairs GMC Sukkur Mr. Altaf Meerani declared that 70% seats are allocated for females every year, so, the number of female students exceeds. According to new policy 50% merits is ensured.

Complete story: http://www.sindhexpress.com.pk/epaper/index.aspx?Issue=NP_HYD&Page=Front_Page&Date=20140925&Pageno=1&View=1

 

Peons and Guards performing duty of Teacher in the schools

Secretary Education Mr. Fazal Allah Pechuho took the immediate notice of Peons and Guards who were assigned the duty of teacher in the school district Jacobabad. Secretary, D.A.O, and D.A.Os of three Talukas were called in the office to explain the matter before the Secretary Finance.

Complete story: http://www.sindhexpress.com.pk/epaper/index.aspx?Issue=NP_HYD&Page=Front_Page&Date=20140925&Pageno=1&View=1

 

 Education Pact with British Government for Online Degrees

According to new policy Education Department has signed pact with British Government for online Degrees in different disciplines, Information Technology, Accounts, Business Administration and other courses. For three years course, students have to pay low fees up to 850000 which are affordable for the students; it is a great opportunity for the students said, Senior Minister for Education Mr. Nisar Ahmed Khuhro. 

Complete Story: http://www.sindhexpress.com.pk/epaper/index.aspx?Issue=NP_HYD&Page=Front_Page&Date=20140925&Pageno=1&View=1

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School Building in crumbling condition

Government Primary School village Khalifo Qasim based on a single room which is not repaired since last 27 years. The villagers, Rahamatallah Khoso, Abdul Sattar and others spoke to media that school building is in decaying position; their children are getting education in Otaaq, so it must be repaired timely to avoid any danger.

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Deputy Commissioner visits schools

Different schools in Shaheed Benazirabad are visited by Deputy Commissioner Mr. Abdul Aleem Lashari. He suspended two absent peons, Mr. Muhammad Ali and Muhammad Raheem of Higher Secondary School Daur.

Complete story: http://www.sindhexpress.com.pk/epaper/PoPupwindow.aspx?newsID=130192425&Issue=NP_HYD&Date=20140925

 

Rally for opening Ghost School

A rally was organized by different organizations, Education Forum, JSQM, STP and others in New Saeedabad district Matiari for the restoration of a closed primary school. The different leaders, Ghafar Chandio, Ghulam Mustafa Rind, Rasheed Detho and others said to continue their protest till to the opening of school.

Complete story: http://www.sindhexpress.com.pk/epaper/PoPupwindow.aspx?newsID=130192427&Issue=NP_HYD&Date=20140925

 

Assistant District Officer Education visits Primary Schools

On the visit of primary schools Mevo Khan Rind and Deen Muhammad Chandio in Kunri, District Umarkot two absent teachers and Naib Qasid was suspended by the Assistant District Officer Mr. Parvez Muazim.

Complete story:  http://www.sindhexpress.com.pk/epaper/index.aspx?Issue=NP_HYD&Page=District003&Date=20140925&Pageno=3&View=1

 

School Roof work still in progress

The students of government Girls Primary School Jungshahi, District Thatto are getting education in open sky due to non-completion of repairing work of the roof of school building. The villagers declared that work was started some years ago, yet, it has not been completed by the time. So, the girls are facing difficulty while sitting in open sky. They appealed to Senior Minister for Education Mr. Nisar Ahmed Khuhro to take action.

Complete story: http://www.sindhexpress.com.pk/epaper/index.aspx?Issue=NP_HYD&Page=District003&Date=20140925&Pageno=3&View=1

 

Surprise visit of schools by SDO Mehar

SDO Mehar Mr. Mumtaz Ali But along with Supervisor Faridabad Mr. Qadir Bux Chandio visited different schools of Kachho. During his visit to Primary School at village Ali Bux Tevno he issued show cause notice to the absent teachers.

Complete story: http://www.sindhexpress.com.pk/epaper/PoPupwindow.aspx?newsID=130192441&Issue=NP_HYD&Date=20140925

 

School building in crumbling condition students in fear

The building of primary school Dheeran Rind was constructed in 1995. Since then, it has not been repaired and due to decaying condition of the school students are getting education in the open sky. Teachers as well as students remain in fear the whole day that building may fall any time as its cracked pieces fall intermittently. The villagers demanded for the earlier repairing of the building so as to avoid any damage in future.

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Program on Education Promotion by SGA

A Program was organized in Government High School Ghotki for the promotion of education by SGA President Mr. Agha Bilawal Pathan along with others. On the occasion School Head Master Mr. Riaz Ahmed Kalwar said that D.C School is an ancient school which is contributing a lot in promoting students’ education. But, due to non availability of resources, students sometimes face difficulties. President SGA said that education would be strengthened with the efforts of teachers. He donated electric water cooler to the school and cash prizes in the position holders.

Complete story: http://www.awamiawaz.com/epaper/

 

Girls protest against shortage of teachers

The students of Government Girls High School Piryalo district Nausheshro feroz protested against the shortage of the teachers. They spoke to the media that 300 students are enrolled but only 4 teachers have been appointed for them to teach. They demanded to suffice the shortage of teachers and save education of 300 students.

Complete story: http://www.awamiawaz.com/epaper/

 

School gate locked by the feudal

The son of a feudal lord closed the gate of Primary School at village Paryo Masan district Larkana. He declared that he has provided plot for the school building, but yet, he has not been given job. He threatened the students as well as teachers not to come to school for starting the process of teaching.

Complete story: http://www.awamiawaz.com/epaper/

 

Workshop on the promotion of education

One day workshop was organized by United State Education Foundation Pakistan at Centre of Excellence in Art and Design Mehran University Jamshoro. The Advisor Mr. Faraz Naqvi said that education promotes culture and society. He further added that the purpose of full Bright Scholarship is to exchange culture between America and Pakistan which would be fruitful in future terms.

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Government books for students sold in the markets

The head master at Qamber High School Mr. Khair Muhammad Mangi was called for the explanation on the matter of selling government books in the market. A petition was put before the court by the student Mr. Papu Gopang against the headmaster.

Complete story: http://www.awamiawaz.com/epaper/

 

CAA teachers in the court for up gradation

Sindh High Court Hyderabad issued notice to the Administrator Civil Aviation Authority on the petition of 40 teachers. The court has demanded answer from the administrator to explain the matter of low salaries of the teachers. In 1990, the CAA Middle School was established for the children of the CAA employees and, in 1993, it was upgraded and affiliated with Directorate of Schools Education, followed by upgrading teachers into different CAA schools. But from 2005 to 2008 salaries as well as up gradations have not been upgraded according to the rules. So, they demanded for the up gradation according to the rules.

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NTS qualified candidates protest for offer letters.

The students of NTS pass Action Committee Hyderabad have demanded for the offer letters. They protested before the Press Club, having play cards in their hands demanded of their immediate job offer which they had qualified two years earlier.

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Protest against punishment

The teacher punished the student of six class Azra and left her hand fractured at new Pind Government School Sukkur. The parents condemned and protested against the inhuman act of teacher and demanded immediate action against the teacher from the higher authorities.

Complete story: http://www.nawaiwaqt.com.pk/E-Paper/karachi/2014-09-25/page-11

 

Rally for the promotion of education

Rally was organized by CGN and SRO with the collaboration of Assistant Commissioner Sajawal Dr.Asif Raheem and others for the development and promotion of education in the area.

Complete story: http://www.nawaiwaqt.com.pk/E-Paper/karachi/2014-09-25/page-11

 

Protest against the ghost schools

Many schools are closed in Taluka Kotri, District Jamshoro. Primary Boys/ Girls/ and Middle Schools are closed since years; the teachers draw their salaries, but, do not attend the schools even once in a year; students deprived of education. The villagers demanded for the opening of schools so that their children may get education properly.

Complete Story: Daily khabroon, Hyderabad Edition, Page No. 4

 

High Court Calls Secretary Education

Sindh High court on the petition has called Chief Secretary Education to submit report within fifteen days for not providing free books and free education in Sindh. The hearing was conduct by Justice Syed Hassan Azhar Rizwi and Justice Aziz ur Rehman. Lawyer of the client, Faisal Siddiqui said "According to the article 25 A of the constitution, it is responsibility of the government to provide free education and free books to the children. In 2013 an education act was passed for free education, in spite of that no efforts have been taken for educating children free. Due to shortage of teachers problems are created.

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Protested for the appointment of teacher

Villagers protested for the appointment of teacher in Girls' school in village Waddal Kerio, near Bhirya City. While protesting villagers and students said that no any teacher has been appointed in the school since last two years due to which the education of 70 girls is getting disturbed. They warm, if their demand for the appointment of teachers was not accepted, within one week, they would sit-in in front of elected representatives.

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Students are talented in Thar

A program with the title "Baran Tarfan Baran Khe Tohfa" was organized by Social Organization in collaboration with Sindh Education Foundation in village Bughal Chachro. In which, DEO Tharparkar Aijaz Babbar, Chief Executive of SEARCH Partab Shewani, and presidents of different organizations and hundreds of students participated. While addressing to the program, DEO said that there is great talent in the students of Thar, but, the students are not provided opportunities on equal basis. Further, he said that teachers should pay attention towards education and should be punctual. I'm directing to the officers to submit the reports of absent teachers as they would be issued show cause notices. On the other hand, Partab Shewani said we are working for the betterment of education in thar with the collaboration of Sindh Education Foundation. While Students performed different tableaus in the program.

Complete Story: http://www.sindhexpress.com.pk/epaper/PoPupwindow.aspx?newsID=130192415&Issue=NP_HYD&Date=20140925