Teachers should be punctual during Ramazan: DDEO
Deputy District Education Officer Chilton Town, Gul Muhammad Kakar due to complaints by the residents of the area, visited several schools and took notice of the quality of education and attendance of teachers and students in these schools.
Teachers’ rights will be defended: Ghaffar Kadezi
President Senior Educational Staff Association Balochistan, Haji Abdul Ghaffar Kadezi and others said that there will be no compromise when it comes to defending the rights of senior cadre teachers.
Literature event at Higher Secondary School Shahmozai Swat
A literature event was held at Higher Secondary School Shahmozai Swat where students got a chance to show their talents. Moreover, free uniforms were also distributed amongst poor students and position holders were given prizes.
Literacy in Azad Kashmir has risen but standard of education has dropped
Raja Farouk stated that the literacy rate in Azad Kashmir has risen but standard of education has dropped which is why we need to focus on quality of education.
Summer Art Camp to start from 5th
The Summer Art Camp of Pakistan National Council of Arts (PNCA) would start on June 5 to engage students and amateur artists in healthy activities during their summer vacations.
Careem Partners With TCF to Promote Education this Ramadan
This Ramadan, Careem has come up with an exciting campaign in collaboration with TCF. This partnership will promote education in Pakistan through ride hailing App, Careem. Careem Partners With TCF to Promote Education this Ramadan.
Lok Virsa announces summer camp for children
Federal School should treat christian students without bias
In Islamabad PMLN’s Union Council 28’s Chief Organizer Chaudhary Mansoor Randhawa stated that Federal Schools should treat Christian students without racial bias.
Rs 100 million allocated to Smart School System
Rs100 million has been allocated in the budget for the fiscal year 2017-18 for shifting 32 government schools operating under federal directorate of education in federal capital to smart school system .
FDE authorities yet to comply with CADD directives
The Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) has so far failed to comply with the directives of the Capital Administration and Development Division (CADD) to streamline the education system to improve the quality and standard in public sector educational institutions.
Roots Millennium Schools – RMS Flagship Millennium Campus I-9/3, Islamabad aims to engage 1000 Millennials in various internships and community service programs nationwide. Chief Executive RMS Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq launches Millennial Portfolio Development Program which will involve students in community service, volunteerism and internships to build strong and well-rounded portfolios.
Despite Secretary Education’s orders, 343 male educator posts could not be regularised
Orders to hire 343 male teachers in 2010 were approved but still no appointments have been made.
Private education institutes in Daska refuse to announce summer vacations
Despite the scorching heat and rising temperature, private schools refuse to give summer vacations, parents protest.
All Schools have forwarded the lahore secretariat the reservations of students
Under the department of education’s directives all schools have sent in their student’s reservations.
Teachers deplore torture on teen
Teachers from all over the country have strongly condemned the torture on a teen girl at City District Government Girls’ High School Kot Shahab Din, Shahdara. In a statement from around 18 unions, it was demanded that the May 23 incident be probed thoroughly and perpetrators be brought to justice.
Complete Story: http://nation.com.pk/E-Paper/Lahore/2017-06-01/page-13/detail-3
Home School Education project concludes
This is a multi-grade learning approach and designed to address the needs of out of school children in the underdeveloped two districts of Punjab (Lahore & Muzaffargarh).
Complete Story: http://nation.com.pk/E-Paper/Lahore/2017-06-01/page-14/detail-7
Education can help overcome challenge of extremism: CM
Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif has said that war against poverty, unemployment, ignorance and extremism can only be won through education.
He said this while chairing a meeting, which reviewed plan of bringing improvement of teachers’ training programme.
Complete Story: http://epaper.brecorder.com/2017/06/01/9-page/879014-news.html
Answer demanded from school principals for high dropout rates
Schools Education Department Punjab has demanded answers from school principals regarding students who are dropping out.
Increase in Salary
Punjab Education Board’s chairman’s salary increased.
Latest Education needs to be imparted
Naeem Iqbal Naeem stated that for progress students need to be imparted current education.
Child labourers enrolled in schools should be provided with facilities: Riaz Khan Baloch
District Education Officer Secondary, Multan, Riaz Khan Baloch during a meeting with school principals said that child labourers enrolled in schools should be provided with facilities.
Four intermediate exams to take place today
Student caught cheating during Intermediate Part-1 exam
Admission phase this year in three colleges
Girls’ school vacated for DHQ hospital expansion
A month ago, the district administration handed over the Government girls high school building and land to the DHQ Hospital, displacing 250 students though the hospital is yet to use the building and land for hospital expansion.
Anomalies ‘delay’ laptops of a number of students
Anomalies in documents (B Form) have deprived more than 150 students, 60 girls among them, of laptops being awarded under the chief minister’s scheme.
Government has regularised college librarians
The government has regularised college librarians all over Punjab.
Legislation on Private Schools need to be monitored
Abrar Ahmed in Rawalpindi stated that legislation on Private schools need to be monitored and updated.
Department of Education and Department of Health Pensionees demanding answers
Retired and near retirement employees of department of education and health are asking questions from district authorities.
Private schools will hold summer camps this year
All Pakistan Private Schools Management Association has rejected the decision put forward by deputy commissioner that there will be no summer camps in private schools this year and those schools who don’t follow these orders will be sealed and strict action will be taken against their owners/management.
School administration and teachers to be prosecuted
School administration and teachers to be prosecuted under the PEEDA act.
Multi grade teaching to help improve literacy, says Shazia
Youth Commission for Human Rights-Centre for Research and Training (YCHR-CRT) Chief Executive Officer Shazia Khan has said that the multi grade teaching techniques would help improve literacy in Pakistan.
Khalid Perveen Trust to give away scholarships to 20 students in Chakwal
Khalid Perveen Trust will provide scholarships worth Rs 0.1 million to 20 outstanding students of Government College for Women.
Department of school education budget suggestion:
36 thousand new classrooms, 300 new schools and 40 thousand teachers should be appointed.
LHC demand answer from secretary school
Education answer to societal problems
Education is the answer to societal problems, stated Khalil Tahir Sindhu.
Pakistan Awareness Programme
Students and teachers took a trip to Pakistan Shahra-e- Quaid-e-Azam under Pakistan Awareness Programme.
It’s Party Time!
Private schools in Lahore start their summer vacation today.
Spike in house rent, education expenses fuelling inflation
Education also registered notable inflation last month, particularly for the middle and lower-middle classes. It jumped 12.5pc year-on-year in April. Tuition fees rose and the prices of books and stationery also increased. Private schools are seldom held accountable for increasing tuition fees. The provincial government keeps announcing that it is going to control hikes in school fees. But it never takes any serious step to check the practice.
Sindh govt decides to keep private schools in check
The Sindh government has decided to undertake an 'annual school census' for private schools to bring them under a proper check. In the recent past, the atrocities of the private schools in the province, particularly in Karachi have increased causing serious issues for parents such as sudden rise in tuition fees, demanding various charges etc.
A question of priorities
Provision of Private and Government Education is leading to formation of Vehari CIty of Education
Extremism and Education in Pakistan
Letters to the Editor
Education system needs improvement