Sikhs request KP to build a school
The Sikhs demanded the KP government to build a school for them. The school that was previously in use has been sold by the owner. Most of the Sikhs availed the services of Rising Hope Public School as it had a uniform nature with no culture and religious disparity existing.
Girls wait for classes to reopen in FR Peshawar
Female students at private schools in the Hassan Khel area of Frontier Region Peshawar have been unable to attend classes ever since militants forced the section to close over five years ago.
Stipend for female students in KP raised to Rs. 500
The KP government has increased the monthly educational stipend awarded for girls from Rs. 200 to Rs. 500, besides expanding the stipend program to all districts of the province.
119 women teachers appointed
Appointment letters were handed over to 119 women teachers in Nowshera on Saturday. DEO Mohammad Fayaz Khan and Minister for Excise and Taxation Mr. Kakakhel were present at the occasion.
Teachers Association rejects new education Act: KP
Teachers Association Pakistan has rejected KP’s new proposed education Act. They have also announced their support for any movement against Act from the platform of All Teachers Grand Alliance.
Two teacher’s organizations unite against proposed Education Service Act
Teachers have formed a Grand Teachers Alliance against the proposed Service Act. They have called for a joint movement against the Act.
The number of Libraries in Balochistan area is far lower than any other province. The role of libraries cannot be ignored as they provide a platform to individuals to acquire knowledge and prepare for examinations. Sadly, the largest province is home to just a few of them.
Department of Education has been running with the help of juniors
President, Government Teachers Association (GTA) said that inclusion of teachers and their proposals should be considered and stated that Education Department has been running with the help of junior individuals.
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Golden week started at government school
Pishin, golden week started at Government Boys High School Karbala. Extra-curricular activities will be conducted.
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Teachers shall be upgraded
Government Teachers Action Committee has demanded up gradation of primary teachers to B-14 and secondary teachers to B-16 on the footings of Punjab service act.
83 percent school buildings in Balochistan faces risk of collapsing
The reports of Education Planning Management, NGO Saher and Alif Ailaan show dismal condition of schools in Balochistan province.
70 percent children in Balochistan has no access to education: Farkhanda Aslam
Last year literacy rate of the province remained 41 percent. Serious measures needs to taken on emergency basis to improve education outcomes in the province.
2 schools closed down as the rent was not paid
Government Girls School Fateh Bagh and Government Boys School Fateh Bagh were closed down as the rent was not paid, says Senior Naib President of All Government Teachers Association.
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Garesha High School deprived of basic facilities
Garesha High School is deprived of basic facilities like missing toilets and shortage of water.
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Free education is state’s responsibility
Representatives from different student unions stated that it is the state’s responsibility to provide free education to its citizens.
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Seminar on International Literacy Day
Gwadar, Seminar was arranged on International Literacy Day and it was discussed that steps should be taken to promote education on Tehsil and District level.
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Technology important for improving literacy
Associate Director, Pakistan Institute of Development Science stated that technology in this modern era is important for improving the literacy rate.
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Education awareness walk held in Ghalanai
The walk, which started from the higher secondary school, ended at the Ghalanai Jail, participated by teachers, students and social workers. The aim was to raise awareness about the importance of education.
Fata students body to hold jirga over region's future
The Fata Students Forum Pakistan (FSFP) on Sunday expressed concern over delay in implementation of the proposed reforms in the tribal areas and announced to hold a grand jirga to push for early merger of the tribal region with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
FATA people urged to enrol their children in schools
A campaign has been started in tribal areas of Pakistan under which about 200,00 children would be enrolled in school. Director Education of Tribal Areas has appealed for support from parents’ and people from all walks of life.
Enrolment campaign launched in Dir
The Elementary and Secondary Education Department, Lower Dir, on Friday launched the enrolment campaign in the district with the collaboration of Pakistan Reading Project (PRP).
Teachers’ absence in Balakot
Students face difficulty because of absence of teachers. Few teachers got promotions and transferred from the school.
Planners urged to review shortfalls in the educational sector
Federal Minister for Education Baligh-ur-Rehman on Literacy Day urged planners to review and identify the shortfalls in the field of basic education. He expressed that although the literacy rate has increased in Pakistan so has the number of illiterate people.
Montessori classes to be started in more than 59 schools
Capital Administration and Development Division (CADD) will start Montessori classes in more than 59 ICT public sector schools during the current year. Last year, an initiative that lead to 11 Montessori school starts is now being extended to 59 more schools covering around 7o educational institutions.
Accommodation issues to be handled at the earliest
Students of both private and public educational institutes of the twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad have demanded the authorities to chalk out a plan that can deal and address the accommodation issues. All educational institutes must take the matter seriously by providing suitable accommodation places.
Education officers get tablets to monitor teachers attendance
Capital Administration and Development Division (CADD) under Prime Minister Education Reforms Programme (PMERM) has provided tablets to area education offices in federal capital to monitor the attendance of teachers.
Government Boys High School Bahtar completes teacher’s induction training
Chairman Union Council Bahtar, distributed certificates in all the teachers completing teacher’s induction training program.
Man convicted of stealing funds for school disappears after bail
The criminal was accused of stealing funds worth 50 lac and constructing a bad quality building of a school for poor children. The funds were donated by a foreign journalist to construct a school in Pind Dadan Khan.
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Training centre for literacy to be established soon
Federal Minister for Education and Professional Training Muhammad Baligh-ur-Rehman that the first center for training and non-formal education will be established soon. He also expressed his views by saying that education plays an integral role in nation building and help societies flourish.
All resources for promotion of education are being provided - Asif Ali
PML-N leader Advocate Asif Ali stated this while at an event in Fateh Jang, saying that the credit of hiring teachers on merit and other educational reforms falls to CM Shahbaz Sharif.
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Schools shut in Kallar Syedan due to low enrolment
A number of schools have been closed down, combined with others in the area or turned into model schools due to low enrolment, say education department officers.
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Muslim High School students enlightened with traffic rules
On the directives of Regional police officer Multan and City police officer students of Muslim High School were advised and provided knowledge of the traffic rules, signs and road markings.
Educators express grief over the release of merit lists
After the release of the merit list of Educators in the Educational department, the concerned individuals have expressed grief. The Deputy Commissioner has demanded a report on this issue.
Interviews in progress for the appointment of Chairman
The interviews of 7 Educational boards awaiting the appointment of the chairman have been started. A total of 13 people have been interviewed up till now.
Meetup of Teachers Union Chairman and Education minister
Punjab Teachers Union Chairman Sajjad Akbar, will conduct a meeting with the Education Minister Rana Mashood Ahmed accompanied by a bunch of teachers.
Uniform distribution among poor students
Uniform distribution took place among poor students of Government Primary School Shah Jamal as an incentive to their brilliant performance. Faculty members and local people were also present on the occasion and witnessed the event.
Building registration cancelled
Deputy Commissioner Ali Akbar Bhatti has issued the directives to concerned authorities for cancelling the registration of a private school building.
Health, education authorities yet to get top functionaries
The Punjab Government has not as yet appointed Chairmen and other functionaries of the important district health and education authorities despite the passage of nine months of the induction of local government system in the province.
A delegation of Teachers Union will meet today Provincial Education Minister
Teacher’s Union delegation will meet on 11th September with Punjab’s Education Minister Rana Mashood.
An electricity pole standing next to girls’ school gate can fall anytime.
An electricity pole in an extremely poor condition standing next to girls school gate in Mathwan can fall anytime.
Directives of Education Department Punjab creating problems for teachers
Last week Education Department Punjab issued an order to all heads of schools to collect data of all children born between 2010 and 2017 from Union Councils, track those children and make sure that none of these children stay out of school. Heads and teachers find it difficult to execute the order.
Government is providing opportunities to all teachers: CEO Education
CEO Education addressing heads of all Government Schools in district in Government Double Section Girls High School Hafizabad said that Government’s investment in teachers and schools is paying off now.
School education department to set up out of school children (OOSC) record
The school education department in Lahore has decided to gather data of OOSC aged 5-16; how educated these children are and how long they’ve been out of school. The responsibility of gathering this data has been given to school heads.
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More loopholes in security of educational institutions detected
A fresh security audit of 5,083 educational institutions across Punjab, including 476 in the Rawalpindi region, has found more flaws in their security arrangements compared to those pointed out in May this year.
70% of private schools ignore govt’s advice to improve security
Around 70% of elite private schools in Punjab have inadequate security arrangements in place despite the govt’s clear instructions in this regard, a government audit has revealed.
School Education Department to give out best teacher awards
The Department has decided to give awards to best teachers at a ceremony on 5th October where they will also be given the opportunity to meet CM Punjab as a source of motivation.
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Prosperity cannot be achieved without education - Sardar Naseem
The mayor of Rawalpindi, Sardar Naseem Ahmed Khan, said at an event at Faiz-ul-Islam High School No. 1 Trunk Bazar, that education is a person’s treasure and success cannot be achieved without it.
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Section 144 imposed in Attock during Matric Supplementary Exams
Provincial department of interior has imposed section 144 of the CrPC (Criminal Procedure Code) during the supplementary matric exams, prohibiting any unnecessary persons to enter exam centre schools’ premises. Only those students will be allowed to enter who have roll-number slips.
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United Teachers Council delegation meets CEO District Education Authority
Delegation of UTC Punjab met with CEO DEA Lahore Bashir Zahid Goraia and DEOs and discussed teachers’ promotion issues under the CM package, among other issues.
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PFA raids 700 schools to check food quality
To ensure compliance of Punjab Educational Institutions Food Standard Regulations 2017 banning the sale of carbonated drinks in and around educational institues.
Notified promotion policy should be reconsidered
Central President, Punjab Teachers Union stated that the upgradation policy should be reconsidered as according to the Teacher's Package, on completing their service, all the teachers will have to retire on the same grade.
Students to be given bicycles to promote education
Students living more than 3 km away shall be provided with bicycles or other forms of transportation in order to ease their commute to and from school. It was also decided to provide milk and biscuits to students during lunch break as part of the Parho Punjab scheme.
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Public library to be setup at Clifton
Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah has decided to establish a well-equipped library incorporated with digital facilities at Clifton. The students must be provided sufficient opportunities and facilities to refresh them with reading material.
SHC takes notice of government high schools
The Sindh high court Chief justice Ahmed Ali M Sheikh took a notice of the appalling conditions of government school buildings in the different districts and demanded a report that includes the ongoing rehabilitation work. The directives stemmed after surprise visits to these government schools of the province.
International Literacy Day
Literacy day places focus on the commitment to education and the resolve to support literacy as a key to personal development.
Dream of 100% literacy yet to become a reality
Despite being the signatory of the Millennium Development Goals 2015, Pakistan remains distant in execution and attainment of literacy enhancement although promised by political parties. Dr Muhammad Ahmed Qadri Dean of Social Sciences expressed his views by saying Everyone is talking about improvements in the educational system but the government has no intention to correct the system.
SEF holds seminar on Education
The Sindh Education Foundation held a seminar that focused on the significance of education. Furthermore, the Dadu District Council Chairman emphasized on the role of education in improving the society and leading it towards betterment.
Promotion of education through focus on technology
A three day teaching training workshop was held at Government Boy’s higher School in Ghulam Hussein Hidayatullah that emphasized on the promotion of education through focus on technology. The workshop was organized in collaboration with Rajesh Goswani and Directorate of School Education.
Varsity students told to help educate less privileged
Students gathered at a talk and panel discussion on ‘Volunteerism: fostering empathy for social harmony’ organised by The Citizens Foundation (TCF) Ambassadors at the Institute of Business Management (IoBM) on Saturday gained much inspiration from economist and academic Dr Ishrat Hussain and architect and town planner Arif Hasan as they spoke about their personal efforts for the betterment of society.
Feudal mentality a big hurdle in literacy: Pasban
Pasban e Pakistan President Altaf Shakoor while addressing a meeting at Sindh chapter secretariat on Friday in connection with the International Literacy Day said that feudal mentality is the major hurdle in improve literacy rate and unless we give a serious attention to this important sector our dream of a prosperous and self-sufficient Pakistan cannot be materialized.
Funds to be spent on hospitals and schools
All the developmental funds coming in the Matiari District will be spent on hospitals and schools says, Pakistan People’s Party leader Syed Muhammad Ali Shah.
Attention should be given to promoting education
Importance of national and international languages in syllabus
Focus on education
Secretary for primary schools
Education not only teaches self-determination
Intermediate results of Peshawar Board show students’ superiority
5th, 8th board exams; blessing or curse?
Rote learning culture; a backward system of education
Benefits of education
Our students are excellent imports
Letters to the editor
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Decision to act against private schools on increasing fees
Multan: The Department of Education Punjab has decided to take action against private schools of the province on increasing fees.
Decision to remove Cluster in Charges
Multan: Decision has been taken to remove grade 17 cluster i charges and senior teachers will be deputed on the same posts.
High and higher secondary schools made survey booklet
Multan: The High and Higher Secondary Schools have got their UPE survey booklet ready; whereas remaining 35 School heads did not complete the booklets.
DEO demands for report
Multan: The District Education Officer Secondary has demanded enrolment report from all schools heads of the district.
Directives to ensure facilities in PEF Schools
Multan: Punjab Education Foundation has released that according to “Parho Punjab Barho Punjab”, facilities should be ensured in the schools.
Directives to compile student attendance report
Multan: The Managing Director Punjab Education Foundation Tariq Mehmood has directed that schools should focus on compiling student attendance report.
Punjab Government’s priority is education: Ahmed Yar
Chok Sarwar Shaheed: The Minister for Jail Punjab Ahmed Yar Hanjra has opined that Punjab government’s priority is education.
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Session Judge visits school
Tando Muhammad Khan: The District Session Judge Tando Muhammad Khan paid a visit to Government High School Mulakatiyar and suspended four teachers including headmaster on remaining absent from their duty. He also took notice of insufficient facilities in school.
PTA announces protest against TEO Dadu
Primary Teachers Association including district and head quarter level has announced protests all over Sindh against Taluka Education Officer on filing a case against teachers.
Suspended teachers carry protests
Mirpurkhas: Teachers from Mirpurkhas continued their strike against Director Education on suspending them.
Protest against not starting of school work
Sujawal: JSQM members carried a protest strike against not starting of construction work of Government Main Primary School Bathoro.
Primary school dysfunctional for past 13 years
Khairpur Mir: The Government Primary School Nazeer Bakhsh Junejo is left dysfunctional for past thirteen years, putting future of more than 200 children at stake.
Primary school building waiting to be repaired
Jacobabad: The building of Government Primary School Karam Ali Lashari was left unattended for past twenty years, due to carelessness of education authorities. It has reached to collapsing condition.
School building occupied
Hayat Pitafi: The building of Government Girls Middle School Hayat Pitafi has been occupied by local police for past five years, putting future of more than 200 girls at stake.
School closed due to biometric verification
Thatto: The Government Primary School Walu Palari was closed due to biometric verification, leaving 50 students’ education at stake.
Teachers get retired after biometric verification
Tando Allahyar: A huge number of teachers have decided to get retirement after the system of biometric verification.
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Decision to print textbooks from foreign publishers
Hyderabad: The higher authorities of Provincial Education Department have taken decision to get the foreign services for publication of text books from class one to matric. This may cause delay in access of books to schools on time.
Higher secondary school facing problems
Badin: Education of more than 1400 students is affected due to shortage of basic facilities in Government Higher Secondary School Pangrio.
Teachers continued protests
Mirpurkhas: Seventy teachers were appointed in 2012, but later they were suspended by the Director Education. They carried protest for their regularization.
Primary school work stopped for past six years
Sujawal: The construction work of main Primary School Mirpur Bathoro could not be completed in the tenure of six years. A protest was carried for its early completion.
Primary school building near to collapse
Thatta: The building of Government Primary School Bukhari Muhalla was left unattended; it is near to collapsing condition. On the other hand, residents have demanded for its construction.
High School bans students without uniform
Sujawal: The Government High School Jati has banned students to enter the school premises without prescribed uniform.
More than 100 schools under problems
Nawabshah: According to a report, more than 100 schools of Four Union Councils Sufi Faqeer, Ata Muhammad Pali, Sabhu and Debo have been under acute problems of insufficient facilities. Education Department is silent to take any notice of the problems and find permanent solution.
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High authorities silent to take any notice of closed school of Pano Akil
Sukkur: Around 50% government schools are left dysfunctional in Pano Akil due to carelessness of education authorities. Hundreds of students are deprived of getting education.
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Three days training course for teachers
Hyderabad: Three Days training workshop was organized at Government Ghulam Hussain Hidayatullah School.
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School roof collapses injuring 8 students
Naushehro Feroz: Eight Students got injured due to falling of roof pieces at Government Primary School Umeed Ali Dahiri, near Shahpur Chakar. The incident happened due to poor condition of the building.
More than 1200 schools dysfunctional in Tharparker
Mithi: Elected members from District Tharparker held meetings with PPP MNA Faryal Talpur and the Secretary Education for solution of management problems and provision of education. But all meetings and claims went in vain. More than 1200 different government schools are still dysfunctional in the district and no any policy is formed to restore them.
More than 20 school buildings dilapidated
Sanghar: According to a report, more than 20 government schools of Barhoon and its adjacent area are left dysfunctional; their buildings are crumbling.
Shortage of basic facilities in elementary school
Khairpur Mir: The Government Elementary School Wari phulpoto has been under shortage of basic facilities.
School closed even on Literacy Day
Hyderabad: A protest rally was carried against closure of primary school running under Sindh Education Foundation in Village Mureed Sohu District Matiari. The school was closed for past three months, leaving student education at stake.
Suspended teachers continued protest on 3rd Day
Mirpurkhas: Teachers from Mirpurkhas continued protest strike on 3rd day against their suspended orders.
12 schools reported to be dysfunctional due to carelessness
Walidad Pali: According to a report, 12 government schools are left dysfunctional in Walidad Pali due to carelessness of Education Authorities, putting students’ future at stake.
High school construction work did not complete in 7 years
Thatta: The building of Government High School Chito Chand has reached to crumbling condition. Its roof was destroyed, but that could not be constructed after 7 years.
JSQM protests for school construction work
Sujawal: JSQM members from Mirpur Bathoro continued protest on 2nd day against not starting of construction work of Government Primary School Mirpur Bathoro.
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Education system ruined in Garhi Hassan
Jacobabad: The residents of Village Noor Muhammad Bugti protested against education authorities on not issuing school building for past 20 years. Education system has been ruined due to carelessness of the concerned authorities.
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School building dilapidated
Jamshoro: The building of Government Primary School Village Dost Muhammad Palari is left in crumbling condition.
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Rally on Literacy day
Hyderbad: According to Government Primary School Kali Mori, a rally was organized on the Literacy Day.
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Directives to restore closed schools of Seven Districts
Karachi: Sindh High Court has issued directives for provision of basic facilities in schools of seven different districts, demanding for report on 21st September. It is also directed to restore closed schools and reinstatement of crumbling schools buildings.
Raid on schools
Sanghar: The Chief Monitoring Officer Sanghar had a surprise visit of Islamia High School and other different schools of Khipro. He found five teachers absent from duties. The visit report was sent to Secretary Education.
Othal Education Emergency claims in vain
Othal: Education Emergency claims of Balochistan have been in vain; schools have opened but no academic process was started and no text books are provided to students; they are left in between.
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Demand to suffice teachers shortage
Noshki: The District Members BNP have demanded to suffice the shortage of teachers in Ahmed Wal Boys School.
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Government is busy in restoration of educational institutes
Loralai: Provincial Advisor for Industries Sardar Dur Muhammad Nasir has said during his speech at Millat Public School that government is busy in provision and restoration of education institutes.
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No nation can develop without education
Zhob: The District Education Officer Muhammad Hashim said during his speech at Government Model High School that no nation can develop without education. He added that steps will also be taken to restore closed schools of Zhob.
Student rally for admission
Sohbat Pur: A rally was organized by the students and teachers of Government Boys High School Sohbat Pur for admission in schools.
Everyone should take part in education promotion: DEO Chagi
Walbanden: The District Education Officer Chagi Hafiz Niazullah Samalani, during his talks with media persons said that parents should admit children in schools and adding that everyone should take part in promotion of education and reduction of illiteracy.
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No nation can develop without education
Osta Muhammad: The District Education Officer Osta Muhammad Mula Muhammad Umrani has said that no nation can develop without provision of education.
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Baloch youth should be provided with educational rights
Quetta: According to Spokesperson Balochistan Students’ Organization, Baloch Youth should be given their Educational rights.
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Government is struggling for restoration of schools: Muhammad Nasir
Loralai: The Advisor to Chief Minister on Industries Sardar Dur Muhammad Nasir has said during a program at Tameer Millat Public School Knobi that steps will be taken for solution of school problems and likewise provincial government is also struggling for bringing improvements in government schools.
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Demand for school security
Walbanden: Government Teachers Association District Chagi has demanded for security of the Government Schools of Chagi after colliding of a vehicle with students of girls high school.
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Students compelled to sit on ground due to insufficient facilities
The condition of government schools of Nasirabad is crumbling; while students are compelled to sit in open and carry-on their study. Even the schools are facing acute shortage of basic facilities.
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BNP shows concern over critical condition of education
QUETTA: Balochistan National Party Barkhan has shown seriousness in a press release stating that condition of education in Balochistan due to deputing of junior officers on senior posts.
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No text books for schools
Othal: Claims for Education Emergency remained futile; schools reopened, but no text books have been provided.
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Meeting under Secretary Education
QUETTA: A meeting was held in the light of Federal Education Policy under the President Ship of Secretary Education Abdul faith Bhangar.
Admission movement started in government schools
Peshawar: Government schools have started admission movements with the cooperation of UNICEF Pakistan.
USAID to support rain affected school buildings
Peshawar: According to PARSA, different government school buildings affected in heavy rains will be constructed with the cooperation of USAID.
Development is impossible without education
Alpuri: The Deputy District Education Officer Muzafar Ali Khan has said that development is impossible without attaining education.
District government will support in provision of education
Derpain: The Education Department district Derpain has started admission movement with the cooperation of Pakistan Trading project. On the occasion of admission movement, District Nazim distributed free text books among students, pointing that district government will be supporting in provision of education.
Admission movement in FATA
Khyber Agency: Admission movement was organized with the support of Governor KPK in Khyber Agency Landi Kotal, where education officer and students joined the movement.
School admission movement walk in Hangu
Hangu: School admission movement walk was organized at Hangu. Parents were informed to send their children to government schools.
40000 teachers were recruited in education: Jamshedudin
Noshehra: Provincial Minister for Excise and Taxation Mian Jamshedudin has said that current Government has recruited 40000 teachers in Education Department.
Demand for teachers’ time scale
Peshawar: The Provincial Media Coordinator All Teachers Association Sareer Malik has demanded from government to announce time scale for teachers.
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Teachers organizations raise voice against Service Act
Peshawar: All Teachers Coordination Council and Teachers Council have announced to raise voice against Education Service Act.
Illegal appointment in high school
Sher Garh: The Minister for Education Muhammad Atif Khan cancelled the illegal appointment of against class four vacancies in Government High School Jalala.
Prosperous society is impossible without education
Hangu: The Sub Divisional Education Officer Tal District Hangu has said that parents should feel their duty to send children to schools, because prosperous society cannot be attained without provision of education.
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Provincial Government is paying special attention to education
Thanna: Provincial Leader Pakistan Tehreek e Insaaf and Member National Assembly Junaid Akber Khan has said that provincial Government is paying special attention for provision of education.
Celebration of World Teachers Day
Baara: World Teachers Day was celebrated by Department of Education Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Demand for science teachers in high school
Peshawar: Students of FR Peshawar and public has demanded for deputation of science teachers in High School Malik Gul Akber.
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