KP schools reopen after summer break
The public sector schools here in the district have reopened on Wednesday after the summer break.
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Jahangir Siddiqui will assist and invest in all sectors including education:
We are administrators of a country where we place emphasis on education and our mission revolves around working on this aim. This was expressed while inaugurating the start of Siddiqui government school.
Dengue poses threat for children attending schools:
Parents are more concerned with the advent of the dengue virus that has turned parents into worrying beings. Thus, after schools have resumed parents want to ensure schools have made necessary arrangement to curb this menace. Top management and school administration must keep students health as their priority and work together to ensure health safety.
FATA schools to be rebuilt:
FATA education department has devised and scripted a 5 years plan to boost the rate of literacy in tribal areas, Modify standard of education, reconstruct schools considering the ones majorly destroyed in military operations and take necessary steps that can promote higher education.
Shortage of teachers:
Most government schools in the district of Baluchistan need attention of authorities as there is lack of science teachers who can teach and impart conceptual knowledge among students. This contributes to the drop in number of students enrolled in schools, however in this age of science and development the emphasis on science can only prove to be a stepping stone.
2nd position in the district
MC Boys Higher Secondary School in Gujjar Khan got 2nd position in the district by securing 98.9% successful result.
Complete story: http://www.nawaiwaqt.com.pk/E-Paper/islamabad/2017-08-17/page-6
Sukkur Board announced result of HSSC Part II
Sukkur Board announced result of HSSC part II at 4 p.m. today.
Complete story: http://www.nawaiwaqt.com.pk/E-Paper/karachi/2017-08-17/page-12
Children festival concludes comes to an end:
A two day event held at the PNCA, successfully comes to an end. The event was targeted to promote art and culture in the country through display of creative expression by children of both the cities, Islamabad and Rawalpindi. The event was organized to mark the 70th independence of Pakistan and on this day Jamal Shah expressed his views while distributing the prizes out among winners.
Role of early education:
The most important skill to be learned is the skill of communication that acts as the power from the early years till adulthood. Parents must be aware of the behaviors and counter behaviors to tackle the child in this period of growth. However, in schooling public schools govern with their own code of conduct and thus the concept of teacher training fails to gain momentum in the early phase of growth.
IG orders high security for worship places, schools
Inspector General of Punjab Police retired Capt Arif Nawaz Khan has ordered to enhance security of worship places, churches and educational institutions in particular the institutions running the co-education system across the province.
Dedicate time to school:
It is an alarming situation to see minors show up at protests and rallies rather than be in school. The situation at these protests poses a threat not just for adults but also young children whose lives are at stake. Those encouraging them to come along should not indulge in such acts as it show an irresponsible behavior.
Follow the footsteps of Quaid to achieve a prosperous Pakistan:
In order to achieve success and prosperity and lead Pakistan towards unprecedented growth it is essential to place emphasis on education as our top priority. The real purpose of why Pakistan came into existence is merely dependent on the need to promote education and invest in areas that can enlighten and add to the educational regime.
Notices issued to 41 schools for selling energy drinks
The Punjab Food Authority (PFA) on Wednesday issued show-cause notices to at least 41 schools for selling soft and energy drinks.
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PFA launches crackdown
PFA has started implementing the ban on energy drinks in schools.
Complete story: http://epaper.pakobserver.net/2017/08/17?page=18
Soft drinks- No more a sale product in schools:
The Punjab food authority has started its investigation against school that are selling soft drinks and has issued a notice against ones that are showing resistance to comply by law. The teams inspected major schools of cities and assesses most of them have stopped sales, as per the directives of government bodies.
Asian science camp to be graced with the participation of Pakistani students:
A delegation of Pakistanis are all set to leave on the 19th for Malaysia and participate in the Asian science camp. It is scheduled from 20th to 27th August that will include the inclusion of young scientists who will be able to explore scientific experiments in detail and gain greater knowledge into the world of science.
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Punjab Food Authority inspects 316 Schools
Lahore: Punjab Food Authority visited canteens of 316 Schools of the Province under Institution Food Standard Regulation, 2017 to inspect Carbonated, Cola and energy Drinks inside School canteens.
IG Punjab directs to take steps for security of religious buildings and educational institutes
Lahore: The inspector General of Police Punjab Captain (R) Arif Nawaz Khan has said that all steps should be taken to ensure security of religious buildings and educational institutes.
No society can develop without education
Vehari: The Deputy District Education Officer Vehari Shazia Anwar has said that education is compulsory for male and female and no society can develop without Education.
Shortage of basic facilities in girls and boys schools
Toba Sultanpur: Private and PEF partner schools have occupied the place of government schools; whereas government schools are spared for poor students. Most of the government boys and girls school in Toba Sultanpur are facing acute shortage of basic facilities.
Four Libraries dysfunctional in Shahdadpur
Sanghar: Five Libraries were established in Shahdadpur, but out of that four are left dysfunctional and their buildings are occupied.
Protest against closure of school
Hyderabad: The residents of Palajani Station held a protest strike against closure of Girls Primary School of the village.
School dysfunctional since last month
Mithi: The residents of Village Kaloi carried a protest against closure of Village School, stating that students are kept aloof of getting basic education.
GSTA came on roads for demands
Jamshoro: GSTA members from District Jamshoro protested, blocking Indus Highway Jamshoro for their demands of time scale, promotions, pay funds and death cases.
College employees could not be regularized
Sukkur: Suspended employees of Sukkur College Side could not be regularized since years. They carried protest for their regularization.
School restored after its destruction
Shikarpur: Building of Government Primary School Village Muhabat Unar was destroyed for its resettlement, but its construction work could not be started.
School without teacher for past seven months
Thari Mirwah: Teacher could not be deputed in Government Primary School Saeed Ahmed Shar near Thari Mirwah. Student education is affected.
Protest against not repairing of school building
Thatta: Primary School Wahid Dino Shoro Union Council Bajora is left unrepaired, even education department is silent to take notice.
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Protest against closure of girls primary school
Khanpur: The Government Girls Primary School Raheemabad is left closed, putting education of 200 girls at stake.
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School without teacher
Nawabshah: The Government Primary School Village Ghulam Hussain Dahiri is running without teacher since a year.
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Only 34 Monitoring Assistants to monitor 3787 School in Thar
Tharparker: Carelessness of Education Department in District Tharparker has reached to peak point. Only 34 monitoring assistants have been deputed to monitor 3787 School of the district. 672 Government Schools are dysfunctional.
Session Judge took notice of school building used for cattle
Dadu: The building of government girls school was utilized for cattle herds and other field material. Its notice was taken by the Session Judge and called the Education officers to Court.
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Principal directs students to ensure attendance
Sorab: Students of the Government College Besma have been issued directives by Principal of the School to ensure their attendance.
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SESA is struggling to solve teachers’ problems
Sohbatpur: Provincial Committee Members of SESA Haqiqi Group has said during a meeting that SESA is struggling to solve teachers’ all problems.
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HDP stresses to focus on Educational Institutes
QUETTA: Hazara Democratic Party has stressed to focus on condition of Government Educational Institutes to improve its standard.
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Balochistan is backward in Education: Yasmeen Lahri
QUETTA: Member National Party Balochistan Assembly Yasmeen Lahri has said that Balochistan is backward in education; there is need for the youth to work for its betterment.
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Abdul Malik Rind shows concern over management of DEO female
Mastung: The Vice Chairman Union Council Ghulam Patrenz Abdul Malik Rind has said that girls school of the Union Council is left unattended due to carelessness of the DEO female, declaring that teachers come on their own preferred time and leave school earlier.
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DDEO visits different schools of Town
QUETTA: The Deputy District Education Officer Chaltan Town Gull Muhammad Kakar paid a visit to different schools of town and checked teachers’ attendance.
22000 Children will be enrolled in Schools
Tambo: Admission movement was held under Education Support Program with leading of Deputy Commissioner Nasirabad. Deputy Commissioner and others said that 22000 children from Nasirabad will be provided admissions in Schools and it is also parents’ duty to enroll their five years age children to schools.
Teacher Organizations contravened Education Service Act
Peshawar: All Teachers Coordination Council contravened the Education Service Act, declaring that no law will be allowed to be imposed upon teachers.
Strategy to solve teachers’ problems is indispensible
Peshawar: Minister for Finance KPK Muzafar Syed Advocate has said that there is need to create strategy for solution of problems of private teacher, likewise government.
Equal curriculum will be formed throughout province
Peshawar: Minister for Education Muhammad Atif Khan has said that rata system is being removed from government schools and steps are being taken for restoration of equal curriculum throughout the province.
Complete Story: http://www.dailysubh.pk/peshawar?date=2017-08-17&page=2
School without teachers
Jindol: Government Primary School Jindol is left without teachers, leaving student future at stake.
131 Teachers’ promotion
Charsadda: Education Department issued notification of promoting 131 government teachers in next grade 15.