Girls clinch top spots in Peshawar board`s HSSC exam results
Girls clinched the top three positions in the higher secondary school certificate examination results announced by the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Peshawar, on Monday. Among the seven girl students who shared the top three positions six were from the Jinnah College for Women.
SSC topper seeks financial assistance to pursue studies
A brilliant student who topped the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Malakand, in the Secondary School Certificate (SSC), Humanity Group examination, has asked the government and philanthropists to help him continue his studies.
First Women’s commerce college inaugurated in Hazara
The first Women’s Commerce College is located in Abbottabad. The Minister of Education of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Mushtaq Ghani, said that this type of good governance is not available in any other province. In the ceremony Vice Chancellor of Hazara University, Professor Habib ur Rahman, addressed the audience.
Sykas University organized two day research workshop
Dr Sahibzada and Dr Bilal addressed the audience at a workshop which detailed the methodology for writing a good research paper. In the workshop the main focus was on receiving research projects and project finance.
Protesters demand up gradation of Maktab School
The people of Bala Banda and other remote villages in Khall tehsil on Monday organized a march to demand up gradation of the local Maktab School. The protesters, including boys and girls, gathered at Gopalum and marched on the area road for over five kilometers, chanting slogans against the government and the education department for closing down the Maktab schools in the province.
KP medical college’s entry test tomorrow
The Educational Testing and Evaluation Agency (ETEA)’s entry test, organized by the Khyber Medical University for admission to the medical and dental colleges of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, will be held tomorrow (Wednesday, August 12 ) at 9am in five different centers.
New master’s programme offered at UET
A master’s programme in electricity energy system engineering will begin at University of Engineering and Technology Peshawar from the fall semester, stated a press release on Monday.
UET Organizes a master’s degree program through the center for energy
In the program 21 students have received scholarships called USPCAS-E.
Establishing inquiry committee for University
Student Action Committee said that members of the assembly should establish a high level committee to investigate the current issues of the University of Balochistan. They said that it was essential to investigate these issues.
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/08-09-2015/quetta/page3.asp
Multiple branches required for admitting students
Talimi Jaiza Committee, Balochistan said that there should be more than one bank branch to submit admission fees. Similarly there should also be multiple centers for receiving admission forms for matric and masters programs.
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/08-09-2015/quetta/page4.asp
Sociology lecturer posts vacant at Kalat
There is a lack of lecturers of Sociology in girl’s colleges in Kalat Division. Public Service Commission recruited a number of lecturers but ignored posts of sociology lecturers. This is having a negative impact on education in the region.
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/08-09-2015/quetta/page12.asp
MPhil and PHD starting in Lasbela university.
Baloch Student Action Committee said that this was a good step as PHDs have started in Agronomy, Economics, English and Marine Biology in the university.
Complete Story: https://e.jang.com.pk/08-11-2015/Quetta/page2.asp
Militants torch school, kidnap 10 laborers
Militants set a primary school on fire and kidnapped 10 laborers in the Serka area of Kurram Agency while 13 militants said to be belonging to the banned Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) surrendered in Orakzai Agency on Sunday.
Fata students seek more seats in professional colleges
Fata Students Federation has expressed concern over the closure of educational institutions in different tribal regions and demanded of the government to ensure increase in the admission quota for tribal students in all the professional colleges in the country.
Five teachers arrested through students protest in Kurram Agency
The Principal and five teachers are going to jail due to absenteeism caused by the protest of students. Political agents arrested them at Muna High School and an inquiry has started against them.
Govt launches child support prog in 13 districts
Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal (PBM) has launched a Child Support Programme (CSP) in 13 districts to provide a continuum of community-based services for children and their families. The Punjab government had also established a toll-free help line, besides providing cash stipends and scholarships through the Education Endowment Fund to the students.
HSSC-II result to be announced on Thursday
The Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education is going to announce the results of the Higher Secondary School Certificate Part-II (12th Grade) Annual Examination on Thursday. The results of the HSSC-I Annual Examination will be announced afterwards.
AIOU puts e-admission forms on website
Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) has placed admission forms of matric to PhD level programmes at its website to facilitate the students at their doorstep. The university has also set up sale points of admission forms at the university’s main campus, 44 regional campuses and around 100 coordinating offices in various parts of the country including Azad Kashmir and Northern areas.
Young Artists Get Awards in Cultural Education
As many as 60 young artists were awarded here Monday at Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA) for their performance at two-month Summer Art Camp. The summer art camp which concluded at the award ceremony featured the training of basic cultural education to the children as they learnt to draw, paint, sculpt, sing, dance and lot more.
Complete Story: http://pakobserver.net/detailnews.asp?id=270364
Pakistan, Belarus sign 18 MoUs
Pakistan and Belarus signed 18 memorandums of understanding (MoUs) as Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif started a three-day official visit to Belarus on Monday. The MoUs cover sectors of information, culture, education, scientific cooperation, information technology, forestry and agriculture.
President sent three names for FUUAST VC
President Mamnoon Hussain being the Chancellor of the Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science and Technology, has sacked the Vice Chancellor Dr Zafar Iqbal on Monday. The FUUAST Senate has also sent three names to the president for the vacant post of the VC so that he could approve any one of them.
NAVTTC grants accreditation of 144 programmes to 16 institutes
National Vocational and Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC) has granted the accreditation of 144 programmes in 16 institutions. The 8th meeting of Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Accreditation and Quality Assurance Committee (TA&QAC) held at NAVTTC headquarters, Islamabad.
COMSATS to host Harappa International Conference
The COMSATS Institute of Information Technology (CIIT) is organizing a three-day Harappa International Conference from August 15-17, said a press release issued on Monday. The conference will focus on the themes of environment, archaeology, conservation and legacy.
Open University started online admissions forms for the students
Allama Iqbal Open University Islamabad started online admissions forms for students all over country. Open University started the forms for spring semester 2015 and these forms are available for all the degrees from Matric to PHD.
Teacher’s regularization notified
School Education Department Punjab has notified the regularization of Elementary School Educators (ESEs), Senior Elementary School Educators (SESEs) and Secondary School Educators (SSEs) recruited under the contract policy of 2011 and 2012. A number of teachers’ associations have expressed gratitude over the move and lauded the role of chief minister in this regard. According to these associations, over 46,000 schoolteachers would enjoy benefits of regularized services.
Head mistress killed for maintaining discipline
Some unknown group behaved unethically with female students of Government Girls High School, Hussain Khanuwala. Head Mistress used to warn them for this unethical behavior and as reaction their opened fire on head mistress and killed her.
45,000 students to sit engineering entrance test
Roll number slips for the combined entrance test for admission to engineering institutions of Punjab for BSc Engineering and BS Technology have been issued. About 45,000 students applied for the test scheduled to be held on Aug 16 (Sunday) at 13 centers across the province, said a spokesperson on Monday.
Two days teacher training workshop concludes
Two days training workshop for primary school educators was concluded at Cluster Training and Support Center (CTSC) Govt Model High School here the other day. CTSC Head Javed Ashraf Shooka said that the training schedule was issued by the Directorate of Staff Development.
Chaos rules KEMU as protesting teachers resign en bloc
Two factions of doctors clashed at the King Edward Medical University (KEMU) on Monday while the KEMU teachers tendered en bloc resignation in the academic council meeting in protest at hooliganism of some doctors, associated with the Young Doctors` Association (YDA).
Viva voce of MPhil English at GCU delayed for a year
Students of an MPhil programme at the Government College University’s (GCU) English Department are waiting for their viva voce for a year. In August 2014, students of the 2012-2014 session of MPhil English Language programme had submitted their theses to the department for approval. But the administration has yet to issue dates for the viva voce.
Limiting the VC Tenure worries education experts
Government of Punjab’s plan to limit tenure of Vice Chancellor of Universities from 4 to 2 years is worrying education experts. They are requesting the government to increase the limit. Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/Rawalpindi/2015-08-09/page-8/detail-14
Meeting of all divisions of partner schools of PEF
Punjab education foundation is the best institution for students. Punjab educational foundation have partnerships with five thousand schools in thirty six districts of Punjab
Education University announced the annual results of examinations
University of education announced the results of BA, BED (HONS), BBA (HONS) Composite, MA Urdu MSC math and MPHIL degrees. Results are available online at www.ue.edu.pk
Teachers of colleges of Punjab getting foreign scholarships
Punjab education Minister Rana Mashood Ahmed met with the London associations of colleges and British Council. He said that the Punjab government specified a budget at 27% which is more than the other provinces.
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Hameeda Waheed-u-din addresses women package seminar
Minister for women empowerment, Hameeda Waheed-u-din, delivered a speech at the University of Gujrat on women empowerment. Provincial Minister for women inaugurated a day care center for women.
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Interest-free loans for 8,000
Tevta Board has unanimously approved of providing Rs 500 million through self-employment scheme to the Akhuwat to disburse the amount among 8,000 Tevta passed-outs.
Non-teaching staff training begins at PU
The training of non-teaching staff of Punjab University and affiliated colleges being jointly organized by Higher Education Commission and Punjab University has begun at PU Institute of Applied Psychology here on Monday.
Indigenous On-Campus Training For Admin Officers Begins At UVAS
A three-day training workshop titled “Indigenous On-Campus Training” began on Monday for first group of administrative officers in the second phase in the University of Veterinary and Animals Sciences Lahore.
Complete Story: http://pakobserver.net/detailnews.asp?id=270353
Latest X-ray machine for pets
The latest model of Computerized Radiography (CR) System X-Ray Machine has been installed at the Pet Centre of University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS).
Police investigating Punjab Education Department officials for Kasoor scandal
According to sources, police also included teachers and other employees of the education department Punjab in the investigation. In this scandal the police contacted different officials of the education department as well.
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Seats are limited for students
This year matric students have increased to ten thousand and 1115 seats. Punjab government built 4 new public sector colleges in which 1115 seats have increased . At government degree colleges Islam Pura, Krishan Nagar and Rakh Chabeel seats are reserved for 285 seats for students.
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Regularizing 4500 teachers
Notification has issued teachers, which has been welcomed by teachers. SES leader Aslam Gujjar who was appointed in 2011 and 2012 and all the teachers have been promoted.
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Secretary Higher Education of Punjab changed
Irum Bukhari Secretary Higher Education Punjab has changed. Mr. Irfan Ali has been appointed as the new secretary of higher education Punjab. Irum Bukhari is going for a management course.
Complete Story: http://www.khabraingroup.com/e-epaper.aspx?p=p2&d=11-08-2015
Forty eight educators are going to be regular
Education department Punjab regularized forty eight thousands educators.
Government colleges are instructed to enrol maximum students
According to the policy of Barho Punjab and Parho Punjab government colleges are responsible for the admission of more students. In Rawalpindi there are 22 government colleges that have advertised admissions in pre medical, pre-engineering ICS , general science and arts.
Sindh schools reopen after summer vacations today
The public and private schools in Karachi and across the Sindh province reopened after 2 months and 10 days of summer vacation today.
Girls bag top five positions
Girls yet again bagged the top five positions with one boy coming sixth as the Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK) announced the Higher Secondary Certificate Part-II results for the pre-medical group here on Monday.
Six schools registration have been cancelled in Mirpurkhas
Six schools that were open during vacations against government orders had their registration cancelled in Mirpurkhas. Education school system, firdous academy and Irum public school have been closed.
Complete Story: http://www.nawaiwaqt.com.pk/E-Paper/karachi/2015-08-09/page-13
Committee formed to resolve issue of madressah registration
The Sindh government has announced forming of a committee to resolve the longstanding dispute over registration of religious schools and handed over the draft of an agreement to the representatives of the Ittehad-I-Tanzeemat-i-Madaris Pakistan (ITMP) on ways to getting madressahs into the mainstream educational system, officials said on Monday.
Back to school
Yes, it`s back to school, not just for the kids but for parents as well. So pull up your socks and march on. Going back to a routine isn`t so bad. Quite frankly many parents are happy to see their children returning to regular school after two long months of leisure.
Authorities ban school vans running on CNG
Traffic Police Deputy Inspector General Dr Ameer Ali Sheikh said on Monday that no compressed natural gas (CNG)-run vehicle would be allowed to pick and drop students at any cost. He said the department would set up a complaint centre to hear complaints from students’ parents if they saw any school van fitted with CNG cylinders or without attendant fromAugust 21.
Festival is held in Beaconhouse school system
Beaconhouse school system organized a festival in expo center Karachi. The festival celebrated forty years of the school. Regional Director South, Asim Yaqoob, said that Beaconhouse was the symbol of modernism and this type of festivals were good for children.
Powers of Sindh technical board shifted from governor to chief minister
Sindh assembly passed the Sindh technical education Amendment Bill 2015 on Friday. The chief minister is now the chairman of board and authority. Three other bills have also been approved by the Sindh assembly including Shaheed Benazir Bhutto medical university, and Malir University of science and technology.
Agreement signed between Shah Abdul Latif University and center for peace and development.
Agreement has been signed between the vice chancellor of university Parveen Shah and Raja Sohaib from center for peace and development initiative. At this time professor Yousaf Khushk and Taj Muhammad Lashari. Vice chancellor of the university said that after this agreement, cooperation would increase in the educational field.
MOU b/w University and UNDP for environmental protection
A MOU signed between University of Sindh and UNDP for environmental protection. The institutions will do research on making minimum utilization of energy.
Book corner to be launched by SU
The Book Corner of Comrade Taj Muhammad Abro, who was an intellectual, judge, politician, social worker, educationist and journalist, will be inaugurated today (Tuesday) by University of Sindh vice-chancellor Prof Dr Abida Tahirani.
Chemistry Olympiad 2016 to be held in Pakistan
Pakistan will host the 48th International Chemistry Olympiad (IChO) next year at the International Centre for Chemical and Biological Sciences (ICCBS), Karachi University (KU).
Three people fake document for students caught
According to F I A they have their own printing press through which they make fake documents. Forty files have been received from their office.
Results of Pre Medical Part 2 declared
Board of intermediate and secondary education Karachi announced the results of pre-medical part two. According to the controller of examination, Imran Khan Chishti, Karishma Kumara from DA College got first position, Rimsha Irfan from Sir Syed Girls College got second position and Hira Iqbal from Agha Khan higher secondary school got third position.
University of Karachi organizes the 48th international chemistry Olympiad
Olympiad started from 20 to 29 July 2016 and it was held at the international center for physics and chemistry. In this Olympiad 300 researchers and teachers participated from all over the world and 150 experts of chemistry also participated.
College teachers protested
Ghulam Muhammad Mahar medical college Sukkur’s teachers association protested in front of medical college. The protest is presided by Dr Rafiq Memon , Dr.Ajit Kumar and Dr.Khadim Hussain.
Primary teachers association protested in Jacobabad
Primary teachers association of Jacobabad protested due to the behavior against teachers in the presidency of Abdul Nabi Soomro. Teachers protested against T E O Mushtaq Sudhayo.
Biometric verification of government schools is going very slow
Due to lack of employees only hundred teachers are verified. The verification process is going on Sindh textbook board Karachi office.
Complete Story: http://www.nawaiwaqt.com.pk/E-Paper/karachi/2015-08-11/page-2
Punjab University announced the annual examinations results
Punjab University announced the results of bachelors of fine arts (4 years) part two.
Schools opened today
Independence Day celebrations have started in the schools. Schools are now open in the Karachi and all over Sindh. Agha Khan school system and Cambridge schools will start a new year.
Volunteering for The Citizens Foundation by Aimen Zaheed
My life changed for the better when I decided to volunteer at The Citizen's Foundation's camp this summer and I learned a lot. It is extremely common that bright students may suddenly stop coming to school because of conditions at home and having to help out. The teachers had to beg parents to send their children, especially their daughters, to school, and once that was done, sustaining the attendance percentage was a battle in itself because many students failed to show up regularly owing to various issues at home.
Elusive Ethics by Muhammad Hamid Zaman
While there is a general lack of appreciation of social complexity and the role of ethics in education, nowhere is the lack of focus on ethics and ethical decision-making more acute than in engineering and sciences. It is both sad and ironic that a society that values technical education above all else, graduates people who are poorly suited to understand or address the ills of society.
Complete Story: http://tribune.com.pk/story/935671/elusive-ethics/
Might Is Right by Maria Qibtia
The adage ‘Might is right’ is testified by the sacking of Dr Agha Ghazanfar, the Principal ofAitcheson College as he refused to grant admission to the grandsons of the political elite, who failed the admission test conducted by the college. Aitcheson, a college once revered for producing outstanding youth, is now a hot bed of corruption, where money can easily secure you an admission.
Complete Story: http://pakobserver.net/detailnews.asp?id=270316
The politics of purification by Abbas Shah
Universities like LUMS are portrayed as ‘brainwashing’ centers, where the deliciously hot air of ‘liberalism’ is pumped into impressionable young minds by vindictive PhDs with intentions to take over the world. Even more pressingly, formal measures such as edicts by the Higher Education Commission (HEC) prohibiting anti-Pakistan statements only seem to reify, in some convoluted sense, the existence of an ‘acceptable discourse’ with narrow confines that, in theory, seems to prohibit entire social science disciplines.
Letters to the Editor
The education sector has a meager share of Rs7,568.124 million or 1.081 percent of the total proposed PSDP of Rs700,000 million for the FY2015-16. According to the breakdown: federal education and special training has an allocation of Rs2,207 million, primarily to finance ongoing projects whereas only Rs65 million have been reserved for new schemes.
Complete Story: http://www.thenews.com.pk/Todays-News-11-333523-What-priority
Schools need protection
Pakistan’s performance in the world of sports is extremely dismal. The reasons for this poor show are quite obvious. There is no concept of sports at our elementary or secondary stage of education. I humbly request the Chief Minister Punjab to order the local authorities to provide necessary security to the school to enable it to construct its wall, before another Peshawar massacre is enacted in Lahore.
Government initiates Mega Project for street children
Peshawar: Mehar Taj Rogani stated that the Government would start a Mega Project for street children, hence, the government has invested 50 Crore (100 million) and 216 flats would be built on 32 Canal. He also requested private schools to work along with the government to accomplish this project.
Complete Story: Daily Surkhab, Peshawar, Page No.2
Daily Awam-un-nas, Peshawar, Page No.2
Education Development top priority in provincial government agenda
Peshawar: Habib-ul-Rehman stated that the development of education is at the top of the government’s agenda; hence, all the basic requirements of government educational institutes would be fulfilled. He shared his views at yesterday’s event in Government higher secondary School at district Buner. He also approved appointments of 600 teachers to overcome the staff deficiency which would bring improvement and make the standard of education better.
Complete Story: http://naibaat.com.pk/Presentation/peshawar/Page02.aspx
Daily Mashriq, Peshawar, Page No.3
Daily Subah, Peshawar, Page No.2
The government’s claims for education went in vain
Swat: The government has claimed a lot for the spread of the education over Khyber Pakhtunkhwa but all claims were unauthentic as schools have been closed in District Swat. There aren’t any primary schools in the area. Moreover, many schools in Swat are set up in the areas where there aren’t any facilities. This condition made 2 thousands students to protest along with their parents.
Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Peshawar, Page No.3
BU back on track
Quetta: The Vice Chancellor of Balochistan University said that BU was working properly and the department’s progress was satisfactory.
Complete Story: http://www.dailybaakhabar.com/category/page3/
BISE’s result disappointing
Quetta: BISE’s result has not been up to the mark and the future of the student is in danger. It was reported that the chairman was corrupt and should be replaced.
Complete Story: http://www.dailybaakhabar.com/category/page3/
HEC to give scholarships
Quetta: HEC’s regional director visited the office in Quetta and assured that students would be given scholarships on merit.
Kacchi: BSO’s leader and other party workers have said that NTS’s successful candidates are being ignored and the recruitments are carried out on the basis of corruption and nepotism.
Negligence in scholarships
Gwadar: A number of deserving candidates were ignored for scholarships. They said that this would not be tolerated and that the government should take notice.
Education should be upgraded
Quetta: BNP and party workers addressed the media and said that education needs to be upgraded so that they could combat new challenges.
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/08-11-2015/Quetta/page2.asp
Free books distribution
Sibi: DEO Sibi said that free books have been distributed in schools and they were doing their best in bringing the standard of education up.
Complete Story: http://qudrat.com.pk/ePaper/quetta/2015-08-10/page-3
Teachers all over Punjab transferred
Rahim Yar Khan: The Education Department of Punjab has transferred all male teachers from girls schools to the boys schools and has ordered the transfer of all females teachers to girls schools before the end of summer vacations. School heads have also been asked to submit a report of Matriculation results and the heads have been told to take action against teachers with poor results. The head have also been asked to submit a report on the dropout of children from their schools.
Complete Story: Daily Naya Daur, Multan, Page No. 02
40,000 educators are without salaries, families suffering
Muzaffargarh: Around 40,000 educators who were recruited in 2015 in grade 9, 14 and 16 have not been given their salaries making their families suffer. The Education Department said the degrees of the recruited educators would be verified from their respective universities and only then the salaries of these educators would be released.
Complete Story: Daily Ausaf, Multan, Page No.03
Principal demands up-gradation of school boundary
Rahim Yar Khan: Mohammed Salim Asif, Principal Govt. Model Secondary School Liaquatpur has demanded that the boundary wall of the school to be upgraded due to security reasons. He said that the school had 750 students and 30 teachers.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/multan/2015-08-11/page-11
School boundary wall needs to be constructed
Bahawalpur: The boundary wall of Govt. Boys Higher Secondary School Chak No.36/N had collapsed because of rains three months ago and has not been constructed so far. The residents of the area have demanded that DCO should take action and get the boundary wall constructed.
Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Multan, Page No. 04
150 schools of Layyah became ponds of flood water
Layyah: Around 150 schools of district Layyah have been turned into ponds of flood water and educational activities would not be reinstated for the next two months.
Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Multan. Page No. 11
Girls school constructed with substandard material, contractor struggling to save his neck
Dera Ghazi Khan: Contractor Mohammed Iqbal who was given a contract of Rs.7 Million for the construction of the Girls High School Choti Zereen has constructed the said school with substandard material. There have been reports that the officials of the Buildings Department and the Headmistress have been receiving their share of the commission as well.
Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Multan. Page No. 11
Sewerage water has gathered outside the school gate, pedestrians facing problems
Rahim Yar Khan: Rain water has gathered outside the main gate of Govt. Ajmal Bagh High School causing pedestrians to face enormous problems. The schools are about to open causing children to face extreme problems as well.
Complete Story: Daily Express, Rahim Yar Khan, Page No.02
Most of the students deprived of free text books in Sindh
Hyderabad: Most students from different schools of Sindh are still deprived of free text books because of a 15% publication shortage of the books. It is reported that free books were not distributed in a proper way causing students to face difficulties. Teams have been formed to investigate the matter in different districts.
Shortage of admission receipts in Sindh University Campus Mirpurkhas
Mirpurkhas: Hundreds of students deprived of getting admissions in Sindh University Mirpurkhas Campus because of a shortage of admission challans in the campus.
School guard continued protest for salary
Larkana: Mr. Rafique Ahmed Memon, Guard at Saint Josef School Larkana, protested against the stoppage of his salary. He declared before the media that he was called at Bilawal House in Karachi and was offered the post of guard in school, but since then his salary has not been issued.
11 Education clerks directed to report
Khairpur Mirs: Commissioner Sukkur Mr. Muhammad Abbas Baloch has directed eleven education clerks of the 8 Talukas to report to the office of Secretary Education on remaining absent from their duties.
NTS Pass Teachers protested for their salaries
The NTS Pass Teachers from Shino protested for their salaries. They declared that their salaries were not issued for six months and they were facing difficulties. They demanded from higher authorities to take notice of this issue to resolve it.
Summer vacations over; schools will function today
Karachi: Summer vacations in Sindh have ended.
Students of Sindh University, Naushehro Feroz, protested against shortage of facilities
Naushehro Feroz: The Students of Sindh University Naushehro Feroz Campus stood against shortage of basic facilities. They gathered before the press club and said that senior teachers of the campus were turned back, whereas a grant of 5 Crore rupees has not been released.
Complete Story: Daily Kawish, Karachi, Page No.2
High School building without a roof
Naushehro Feroz: The building of Government High School village Mubarak Buriro near Moro does not have a roof. 350 students were taught under the open sky in the heat.
Complete Story: Daily Kawish, Karachi, Page No.2
Mahar Medical College employees protested for their demands
Sukkur: Teachers and other lower staff employees of Mahar Medical College protested for their demands. They declared that they wanted increment, opening of GP Fund account and regularization of contract employees.
Complete Story: Daily Kawish, Karachi, Page No.2
Karachi Education Board announced intermediate result
Karachi: The Education Board of Karachi has declared the Inter Pre-medical result. Ms. Karshima Kumari has secured first position, Ramsha got 2nd and Hira from Agha Khan School stood on 3rd position.
Complete Story: Daily Kawish, Karachi, Page No.12
Corruption allegations on D.E.O Elementary Khairpur
Khairpur Mirs: The Record Secretary of the district has alleged that D.E.O Elementary Education Mr. Liaquat Khaskheli was involved in corruption of millions of rupees. It has also been reported that Mr. Khakheli was using illegal powers; as he has relieved teachers to Karachi instead to the district office. They demanded that the secretary of education should take notice of this corruption.
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