Body set up to probe misuse of school funds
The district education department has formed a two-member committee to probe the misuse of conditional grant funds given to 33 primary and high schools in Karak.
Army to retrieve schools misused hijras in NWA
General Officer Commanding (GOC) Maj-Gen Hassan Azhar Hayat has said the army in collaboration with the political administration would retrieve the 942 girls schools in North Waziristan Agency that has been turned into personal hijras by influential people.
Women accuses education dept of grabbing land
A British Pakistani woman has alleged that her residential plot at Dir Colony has been illegally occupied by education department for construction of a girl’s school.
KP recovers Rs 2.7m from absent teachers under OAMS
Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Elementary & Secondary Education (E&SE) Department has entered in a new era of transparency in the education sector.
As Matric exams are coming close, the sale of pocket guides and cheating material is also increasing
There has been a rapid and overt increase in sale of illegal material used for cheating as Matriculation exams are coming close. This raises a lot of questions against the education department and district councils.
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The quality of Maths and Science learning has been declared flawed
The quality of maths and science learning in government schools of the whole country has been declared defective. It is not possible for Pakistan to grow socially or economically without the improvement of maths and science learning.
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All teachers, lecturers in FATA to be regularised
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Finance Minister Muzaffar Syed has said the services of all teachers and lecturers in the tribal areas would be regularised soon.
RSS holds vocabulary parade
The Montessorians of Roots, DHA1 participated in Vocabulary Parade. A vocabulary Parade is a very visual, amusing, fun and inspiring event to entertain and boost vocabulary recognition in young students.
PakTurk schools to be taken over by Turkey’s Maarif Foundation
Turkey’s Maarif Foundation will take over the administration of the PakTurk schools in Pakistan following the registration of the foundation as an INGO by the Ministry of Interior.
Dr Samar lauds educational services of PakTurk International Schools, Colleges
Renowned Scientist and Educationist Dr. Samar Mubarakmand, Tuesday, said that Pak-Turk International Schools and Colleges has been striving hard to provide quality education to Pakistani youth since 1995.
MCI to provide full assistance to education institutes: Anser
Metropolitan Corporation Islamabad (MCI) would provide its full assistance and cooperation to the educational institutes which are providing quality education to our children and possible measures would be taken to encourage such educational institutes.
CADD still unable to appoint DG to Federal Directorate of Education
Despite clear directives by the prime minister, the Capital Administration and Development Division (CADD) has yet to appoint a permanent director general to the Federal Directorate of Education (FDE), a BPS-20 post which has been lying vacant since December 10, 2016, when Dr Shahnaz Anjum Riaz retired.
Students should be prepared to learn new subjects: Ahsan Iqbal
Minister of Planning and Development, Ahsan Iqbal said that in the coming years, new subjects will be introduced and the younger generation should be prepared for that from now on.
Speech and powerpoint competitions held at Girls College F-6
Islamabad College of Girls F-6/2 held a week long competition and on the second day, speech competitions were held.
Lahore examination board faces difficulty over invigilation staff for matric exams
Lahore examination board has failed to appoint Superintendents, Deputy Superintendents and other staff for matric examinations that are going to start on 1st March.
Speakers call for girls’ education
Girls’ education is the need of the hour to compete with emerging global development.
Tortured Larkana cadet leaves for US
A student tortured by one of his teachers at Larkana Cadet College leaves for US to get treatment.
Educational institutes to change their winter break schedule
Jamiat Ulema-e-Pakistan Central leader Dr.Muhammad Siddique Rathore has been reported to have said the there is an immediate need to change the schedule of winter break in educational institutions.
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