PHC disposes plea against education department
The Peshawar High Court has disposed of a contempt of court petition filed against the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa education department after it confirmed compliance with an earlier order and completed the appointment of 128 teachers in the district’s primary schools.
Students awaiting return of their teachers for the past two months
Teaching staff of the government middle and primary boys schools in Mir Alam Jan Kalley, Sheen Pokh, and Loy-Shelman of Landi Kotal tehsil have been absent from their official duties for the last two months.
NA unanimously approves compulsory Quranic Education Act 2017
The National Assembly on Wednesday unanimously approved the Compulsory Teaching of the Holy Quran Act 2017. The act was approved and referred by the National Assembly’s Standing Committee on Federal Education and Professional Training in February.
Negotiation between teachers and education department Punjab
President Punjab Teachers Union, Chaudhary Muhammad Sarfaraz, had a meeting with Special Secretary Schools, Rana Hassan Akhtar.
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Govt Muslim High School turns 100
A ceremony was held at Government Muslim High School No 1, Rehman Street Brandreth Road to mark its 100-year of establishment
Education department hosts principal's training conference. 250 college principals from across Sindh attended the two days workshop and seminar.
SHC seeks report on schools security plan implementation. Authorities asked to report by May 4th Complete Story: https://tribune.com.pk/story/1388287/18-months-shc-seeks-report-schools-security-plan-implementation/
Dahar concedes defeat in efforts to curb cheating
Education minister suspends town education officer for Clifton over poor performance; announces waiving admission, exam fees for public colleges.
No admission, examination fees for college students: Dahar
Provincial minister for education and literacy Jam Mehtab Hussain Dahar has announced that Sindh education department is going to waive off admission and examination fee for the students of the public sector colleges
Time to invest in teachers training
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Low literacy rate