1st february 2017



Pak youth to visit Japan

A delegation of seven Pakistani High School Students along with their one supervisor and four youths working in the energy sector will be visiting Japan on the invitation by the Government of Japan from February 5 to 14, 2017 under the “Japan-SAARC Network Program of People to- People Exchange (JENESYS).

Complete Story: http://pakobserver.net/pak-youth-to-visit-japan/




Roots hosts British Council Active Citizens study visit

Islamabad- Flagship Millennium Campus I-9/3, Islamabad hosted the ‘Annual British Council Active Citizens International Study Visit, 2017’ the other day, says a press release.

Complete Story: http://nation.com.pk/E-Paper/Islamabad/2017-02-01/page-14/detail-5


Teachers union declare boycott

Punjab Teachers Union and United Teachers Council have declared a boycott.

Complete story: http://e.jang.com.pk/02-01-2017/Lahore/pic.asp?picname=06_02.gif 


‘Way paved for uplift through education’

Punjab Higher Education Minister Syed Raza Ali Gillani has said that the Punjab government has paved the way for composite national development through education promotion.

Complete Story: http://e.thenews.com.pk/lahore/2-1-2017/page19.asp





Hunain sets six records, achieves 42A*/A/a grades

Hunain Zia, a 17-year-old student of The City School, has made six world records by achieving 42A*/A/a grades in O and A levels of the Cambridge International Examinations (CIE).

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2 students faint due to smoke coming from generator in School, Tando Allahyar

Smoke coming out of generator in a private school in Fayaz colony, Tando Allahyar, causes two girls to faint and condition of four girls is critical.

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Preparations for the annual examination for class 5th and 8th completed

On behalf of Punjab Examination Commission, preparation related to the annual examinations of class 5th and 8th has been completed.

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Teachers will not tolerate deteriorating condition of education: Raja Shahid Mubarak

President of Punjab Teachers Union Rawalpindi District, Raja Shahid Mubarak said that teachers will not tolerate the poor condition of education. 

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Jhelum: Teachers Union boycott against the examinations of class 5th and 7th

President of Punjab Teachers Union, Jhelum, Amjad Farooq Gondal, after a session of teachers union, announced that District Jhelum will also boycott against the examination of class 5th and 7th.

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Cracks in newly built Girls Elementary School, Changa

Cracks found in the newly built school, which was inaugurated last month.

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Bahria Town Inter School Cricket championship, Phase 8 College wins

Dr A.Q Khan College, Phase 8, wins Bahria Town Inter-School cricket championship.

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Teachers Unions divided over Class 5th, 7th examination issue

A lot of teachers have decided to take examinations whereas Ministry of Education has appointed duties to both teaching and non-teaching staff.

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Sindh law passes law to ban corporal punishment for children

Corporal punishment or any other humiliating or degrading treatment to children by any person in all its forms has been prohibited in Sindh by a law passed by the provincial assembly on Tuesday.

Complete Story: http://epaper.dawn.com/DetailNews.php?StoryText=01_02_2017_117_003






SA passes motion to devise ‘Education for Youth’ policy

Sindh Assembly Tuesday passed a resolution to formulate a policy on Education for Youth here. Moving the resolution, Pakistan Muslim League-Functional (PML-F) MPA Mehtab Akbar Shah Rashdi said that it is felt that after the 18th Amendment the province has not formulated any policy regarding the education.

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Government Degree Girls College Orangi Town short of teachers, facilities

The Government Degree Girls College, Orangi Town, has been facing multiple issues including security threats, lack of faculty members and basic facilities, Daily Times has learnt.

Complete Story: http://dailytimes.com.pk/sindh/01-Feb-17/government-degree-girls-college-orangi-town-short-of-teachers-facilities