Karak Varsity reserves two seats for GB, Chitral students
The academic council of the Khushal Khan Khattak University Karak has approved two seats for the students of Gilgit-Baltistan and Chitral. The decision was taken at a meeting of the council presided over by Vice-Chancellor Dr Ibrahim Khattak on Wednesday. It also approved to give fee remission to those students who were appearing in the university examinations from jails.
Order of ceasing procedure against the private schools
Chief Justice of Peshawar High Court Mazhar Alam Mian Khel and Justice Muhammad Dawood Khan ordered to stop the procedure against some Private schools at Hayatabad.
No society can progress without education
President of Olympic Association Shahid Shanwari said society cannot develop without education. Parents must focus on the study of their children. There are few educational resources in the tribal area due to which students are unable to get high education.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/peshawar/2016-04-21/page-3
Rich people must donate for spreading education
President Misbah-ul-Islam of Teachers organization said revolution can be brought by raising learning activities of needy and poor students in this regard donation from rich people can be very helpful.
Court stays cancellation of UoP land lease
A Peshawar High Court bench on Wednesday stopped the Nowshera district government from proceeding further on an order through which the lease of a vast piece of land of the botanical garden of the University of Peshawar in Azakhel area was cancelled and the university administration was directed to hand it over to the government.
Mohmand teachers plan protest in Islamabad
Teachers of the state-run schools on Wednesday announced boycott of the classes to press the government to accept their demands. Leaders of the Watan Pal Teachers Association and Tanzeem Asatiza, including Marjan Ali, Dast Ali and Haji Mushtaq told reporters that government had assured them of upgrading their scale.
Parents not sending kids to school to be held in Mohmand
The political administration on Wednesday said that parents of the out-of-school children in Mohmand Agency would be arrested. The Fata Secretariat had started enrolment campaign from April 8 that would continue till May 31 under the education emergency announced by the governor. Several functions and walks were being held in Mohmand Agency to create awareness among parents about the importance of education.
Striking a deal: Girls school in Mattani reopens after 25 years
Closed for nearly 25 years, Government Girls Primary School (GGPS) Mattani No.1 in Peshawar district reopened for girls on Wednesday. Classes could not commence at the school for over two decades as owners of the land would not let teachers and students enter the building because of a land dispute. Finally it was agreed that one relative of the owner would be appointed at the GGPS.
HEC distances itself from rejection of QAU faculty appointments
The Higher Education Commission (HEC) said on Wednesday that it has nothing to do with the rejection of promotions and appointments of faculty at the Quaid-e-Azam University (QAU), whose cases were turned down by the varsity’s own syndicate.
Demand of teachers union, not to handover public schools to PEF
Members of teacher union told express news to not handover the government schools to Punjab Education Foundation it will restricts the poor kids from getting education and their future will be destroyed.
570 contract employees to be permanent
DCO Kanza Murtaza of Attock ordered to permanent the 570 employees on Contract
One teacher catering to 250 students in Govt School
In April this year, the government launched a nationwide school enrolment drive, claiming that improving the enrolment of children in schools lies at the forefront of improving Pakistan’s education system. But the other side of the same coin seems to have gone untouched.
Students display life-changing solutions through projects
Students of different universities displayed solutions that can change the way we live, work and play at the national final for Imagine Cup 2016 organised by the Higher Education Commission (HEC) and Microsoft on Wednesday. HEC Executive Director Dr. Arshad Ali was chief guest on the occasion. Microsoft Pakistan Country Head Nadeem A. Malik and HEC Director General (IT) Anwar Amjad also attended the event.
Quranic education to be imparted in public schools
Minister of State for Education and Professional Training Muhammad Baligh-ur-Rehman attended the 4th Annual Day organised by Al Huda International School at Pak-China Friendship Centre here on Wednesday.
FAST National Solutions Convention ends
National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences, FAST, three-day flagship event titled NaSCon (National Solutions Convention) concludes here, says a press release. The student-run event with 51 sub-events related to business management, computer sciences, engineering and socials and sports, successfully catered over 4,000 participants from all across Pakistan.
Dilapidated structure of education directorate turns into haunted house due to govt negligence
A dispute over ownership of 155 years-old building of district’s directorate of education has not been resolved since 32 years and the building has turned into ghost bungalow due to negligence and lack of interest by the Punjab government, district management and education department. This ancient and precious building is now in shambles owing to lack of proper upkeep, renovation and decoration and lives of scores of employees and applicants have been put at stake.
Minister terms proper education for children best investment
Minister of State Engr Muhammad Baligh-ur-Rehman has said that spending on proper education of the children is the best investment made by parents. He said this while addressing the 4th Annual Day of the Al Huda International School at Pak China Friendship Centre Wednesday.
NICON is a superior institution: Dr. AQ Khan
Renowned scientist expressed that NICON group of colleges is a superior institution in the field of technical and vocational courses. He was glad to express that its branches have now spread in Middle East and America.
Convocation of PIEAS held
The convocation of the Pakistan Institute of Engineering and Applied Sciences was held at the university auditorium where Dr. Ahsan Iqbal distributed the degrees among the students. Chairman PIEAS stated that 100 of the 143 faculty members at PIEAS are foreign qualified (PhD).
QaU syndicate nullifies out of merit appointments
The Higher Education Commission has stated that the syndicate of the Quaid -e-Azam University Islamabad has nullified the appointments that were made out of merit.
IIUI: Spring Gala starts with book-fair
Spring Gala of International Islamic University, Islamabad (IIUI) commenced with a two-day book-fair at new campus of the university which was inaugurated by the President IIUI, Dr. Ahmed Yousif Al-Dariweesh. Spring Gala 2016 of the university is series of more than 30 events such as literary events, social events, book-fair, speeches, sports, exhibitions and seminars in which a large number of university students would showcase their talent. Book-fair which is a kick-off activity of the varsity’s spring gala, is being organized by the Student Advisor’s Office and Central Library of the International Islamic University, Islamabad (IIUI).
Preston University holds Inter-University ‘Qirat’, ‘Debate’ Competitions
Preston University organized inter-university ‘Qirat’ and ‘bilingual (English/Urdu) declamation contests held here under varsity’s on-going mega annual event “Spring Splash 2016”. According to a news release here Wednesday, the public and private universities of eminence from Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Kohat, Peshawar, Lahore and other cities of Punjab participated in these competitions.
Real heroes of Pakistan: A Seminar at Iqra University
A seminar on Social Entrepreneurship was arranged Iqra University Islamabad Campus under the umbrella of “Iqra Centre for Social Responsibility” by Assistant Professor “Mr. Usman Kemal”. Mr. Muhammad Ayub Khan, also known as Master Ayub who is a Pakistani teacher, humanitarian and public servant, renowned for spending his after-job hours and weekends, teaching children was invited as to deliver a lecture on social entrepreneurship.
Ahsan for adopting modern techniques in research
Convocation 2016 was held at Pakistan Institute of Engineering and Applied Sciences (PIEAS), the leading engineering institution of the country, with Federal Minister for Planning, Development and Reforms Ahsan Iqbal as chief guest. The minister conferred degrees on the successful candidates of PhD, MS, and BS in the disciplines of nuclear engineering, systems engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, nuclear medicine, radiation and medical oncology, medical physics, physics, materials engineering and process engineering.
‘Renewed Commitments required for Quality Education’
The representatives of the Punjab government, the School Education Department, the Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Training, UNICEF and UNESCO have stressed the need to focus on sustainable development goal - 4 (SDG-4).
Modern Knowledge a useful investment: Shahbaz
Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has said the younger generation is guarantee to a bright future of Pakistan, and provision of resources for equipping the youth with modern knowledge is a useful investment and the government will provide all-out funds for this purpose. He said the Punjab government had devised a programme to send 500 youths to China to learn Chinese language. He said the first batch of 66 students would leave for China tomorrow.
PU wins performing Arts Festival
Punjab University students from various departments have participated in different competitions and shown their outstanding performances in CDES 18th All Pakistan Performing Arts Festival 2016 (APPAF) and declared Overall Champion.
Society for Cultural Education in collaboration with ‘Thaap’ will organise a special session on Anna Molka Ahmed, a renowned artist and art teacher of the sub-continent, titled ‘Remembering Anna Molka Ahmed at 37-D, Main Gulberg at 4pm today.
Complete Story: http://www.thenews.com.pk/print/114144-Cultural-session
The Pet Centre of the University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Lahore organised a seminar to create awareness about 'Zoonotic diseases of pets and human health' here on Wednesday.
Complete Story: http://www.thenews.com.pk/print/114147-Seminar
KEMU students protest
The students of King Edward Medical University held a protest demonstration on Wednesday against what they called injustice in the examination system. The students’ protest got the impetus when a 4th year student of MBBS staged a suicide drama by climbing a water tank for failing/detention in the examination a day before yesterday.
Complete Story: http://www.thenews.com.pk/print/114150-KEMU-students-protest
UET Seminar: ‘Academia-Industry linkages can boost growth’
The gap between education and its practice can be narrowed by linking up academia and industry, Prof James Trevelyan from the University of Western Australia said on Wednesday. Trevelyan was addressing the seminar titled: Bridging the Education-Practice Divide: Developing Graduate Engineers Who Stand out from the Crowd, held at the University of Engineering and Technology (UET), Lahore.
MoU signed between Us Embassy, ITU to Build Lincoln Corner on University Campus
Deputy Chief of Mission for the American Embassy in Pakistan Jonathan Pratt and Information Technology University (ITU) Vice Chancellor Dr. Umar Saif signed a Memorandum of Understanding on April 19 that establishes a partnership between the University and the U.S. Consulate General in Lahore to build a Lincoln Corner in the University’s campus.
Minister terms proper education for children best investment
Minister of State Eng. Muhammad Baligh-ur-Rehman has said that spending on proper education of the children is the best investment made by parents. He said this while addressing the 4th Annual Day of the Al Huda International School at Pak China Friendship Centre Wednesday.
TEVTA inks MoU With Millat equipment
TEVTA signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Millat Equipment Ltd. to start 4 demand driven courses. These courses, including CNC Operator, Electricians, Machinists and Quality Inspectors Programmes, will be started in respective TEVTA Institutes. After successful starting of these courses, new courses relevant to engineering sector will also be initiated to promote public private partnership.
KE University protest continues
The protest by the students of the King Edward University continued. The students have threatened to stage a sit-in on the Mall road if their demands were not met in 24 hours. The protests had begun after the suicide of a student.
Students will go China for Learning Chinese
Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has said youngsters are the future of our country, we will provide them with all resources for learning modern studies. He further said Punjab Govt. will send 500 students to China for learning Chinese all the expense related to it will be spend by Govt.
Date sheet of intermediate annual exams 2016
Date of Punjab Board Intermediate exams 2016 has been issued, according to schedule exams are starting from 7th of May.
Technical Education is important for eradication of unemployment
Modern technical education is the need of Country. Newtech is working so as to promote technical education in order to eradicate unemployment from the country.
Wrong calculations by Education Department, Books extinct from market
Parents and students faced difficulty because of the shortage of books in schools as well as in market.
According to the source books must be available till 31st March but due to wrong calculations of education department 25% shortage was seen in Govt. Schools and 80% in Market.
National Language is helpful for the progress of country
Dr. Muhammad Allama Iqbal spread his message through Urdu and Farsi all over the world. Dr. Sadaf Ali said nations of the world feel proud of their national language and this is the reason of their success our bad luck we haven’t follow Urdu language even after the Court order for implementation of Urdu Language.
Opening of Micro Lab of Bio-Chemical Lab at Federal Urdu University
Registrar Muhammad Saarim on the eve of opening of Bio-Chemical micro lab at Federal Urdu University said that they will provide all the resources to students and teachers for modern research.
PEF instructs schools to submit registration
The Punjab Education Foundation has instructed the schools to submit the registration forms under the New School Program. Meanwhile free books were distributed in partner schools in different regions of Punjab.
Prize distribution ceremony in DHA Senior Girls School
The prize distribution ceremony was held at the DHA Senior Girls School where prizes were distributed among 125 students. Administrator DHA Lahore Brig Zafar Yasin Babar was the chief guest at the occasion.
Stay order in VC Case extended till 25 April
The stay order in the appointment of the vice chancellors case of the 4 public sector universities has been extended till the 25th of April. The court has summoned Advocate General Punjab for assistance in the case.
Traders protest against not repairing the school
The traders of the area protested against the authorities for not repairing Shaukat Government Girls School. The protesters said that the building structure is old and it can come down to earth any time.
Improper security at 400 schools
The administration has issued notices to 400 public as well as private schools that have been identified as lagging behind in the security arrangements. Cases would be registered against the schools that do not make adequate arrangements within the stipulated time.
Handing of schools to PEF despite assurances is wrong
The Punjab Teachers Union District Rawalpindi has stated that the handing over of the schools to the Punjab Education Foundation despite earlier assurances is a wrong act.
Transfer of Principal recommended after his row with teachers
Two committees tasked to probe a long-standing stand-off between the principal and teachers of the Govt Degree College have recommended transfer of the principal to restore peaceful academic atmosphere at the college and save student’s future, Dawn learnt on Wednesday.
NFEH, VU sign three-year agreement
The Virtual University of Pakistan and National Forum for Environment and Health (NFEH) have entered into a three-year agreement under which students will be given special orientation and awareness session to help them be fully conversant about environmental issues and protect natural resources.
KU announces admissions for MPhil, PhD Programmes
The registrar of the University of Karachi, Professor Dr Moazam Ali Khan, on Wednesday announced admissions in MPhil, PhD, MS and MD programmes for the year 2016.
Project for supporting women it graduates launched
The project of supporting female Information Technology (IT) graduates access to information Technology Sectors through internship program was launched here at Hamdard University Campus on Wednesday. The project was launched under the Gender Equity Program (GEP) of Aurat Foundation with support of USAID and the project would be executed by Hamdard University.
Building of Degree College still not completed at Tandu Allah Yar
Degree College at Tandu Allah Yar was planned to be completed in 2010 but still after 5 years it is pending. Local residence installed their wheat processing machines in the rooms of college.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/karachi/2016-04-21/page-2
A government school near Quaid’s Tomb is deprived of electricity
In Karachi a Qureshi government high school near Quaid’s tom is without electricity for the past 6 years. Due to heat intensity in summer students are not attending the school.
School monitors get appointment letters across Sindh
The Sindh education and literacy department has handed over appointment letters to monitoring assistants recruited for regular monitoring of schools. Under the directorate of monitoring and evaluation at every district, monitoring system has been put in place including chief monitoring officers and assistant monitors to monitor schools using the mobile application Sindh Schools Monitoring System, said a statement issued on Wednesday.
Admissions start in Karachi University
The admissions in the M.Phil., PhD, MS and MD courses have started in the Karachi University. The last date for the submission of applications is 28th April. The forms can also be downloaded from the university website.
Sindh Madrassat-ul-Islam clarifies on employees issue
The Sindh Madrassat-ul-Islam has issued a clearance on the employee’s issue. According to the Director Public Relations of the university, the hearing of the case had been postponed till the 3rd of May without any indictment by the court.
STBB has hurt the religious sentiment
Islami Jamiat Talaba Karachi representative Sajid Khan has stated that the Sindh Text Book Board has hurt the religious sentiment of the masses by excluding chapters from the syllabus of the 6th class.
Lecture at Karachi University today
A lecture on “Ways to deal with Corruption in Pakistan” would be held in the Karachi University today. The lecture is organized by the social sciences department of the KU. Renowned economist Dr. Shahid Hussain Siddiqui will be the keynote speaker.
45 candidates caught cheating on the last day
As many as 45 candidates were caught cheating at the last day of the examination of the matriculation. Special vigilance teams were on duty in the six districts of Karachi to curb the cheating mafia in the examination.
CM orders enrolment drive in central district
The chief minister Sindh has ordered to start an enrolment drive in the central district of Karachi. The monitoring committees of the education department would visit the schools to assess the results of the schools.
Sensible Career Planning By ‘Syed Najaf Raza’
What truly is education? We have grown up but do we remember anything that we remember our percentage or marks we obtained in our school or college exams. The thing we mostly remember only from our progress report card was any good or bad remarks written on that report and as the history repeats itself, now the remarks on the reports of our children is equally important for them. A progress report card cannot define the success or failings of a person in his / her future life. A report card can’t show the actual interest one has for his future.
Complete Story: http://pakobserver.net/2016/04/21/sensible-career-planning/
Load shedding & exams By ‘Sahira Baloch’
Load shedding has become a major problem for the citizens of Turbat, especially for the students who confront difficulties in their study. According to the weather researcher the centigrade of the region has reached about 38 degrees which can gradually increase in coming days.
Text Books of Balochistan By ‘Niaz Meer’
Textbooks play a vital role in the development of a country. No doubt, textbooks are the sources which promote the reading culture and make us aware about manifold information. Unfortunately, the provided textbooks of Balochistan board are not satisfactory. They are full of grammatical mistakes, spelling errors and incorrect figures. The government and the concerned authorities should take step regarding this so that the textbooks must not be misspelled.
Sindh’s education By ‘Fida Zaman’
Quality education plays a great role in bringing positive changes. But the education in Pakistan, however, appears worse than other Asian countries, especially the education in Sindh, which is next to nothing. Due to the apathy of the government, literacy rate is reducing and getting worse day by day. Above all, some schools contain no proper infrastructure and the teachers remain absent.
Robbery in the premises of University
Karachi is suffering from law and order situation, where law enforcement agencies are not able to control the robbery, snatching and stealing of public property from street criminals. Similarly, the premises of University of Karachi are also affected from thieves, neither students’ bikes are saved nor their mobiles phones. Silver Jubilee Gate, Sheikh Zahid Gate, Maskan Gate, Pharmacy Canteen and surrounding areas of Mahmood Husain Library are the most affected area of University of Karachi.
Lessons in education
Even in our time, the main source of learning in schools is the textbook. No, I do not reduce the teacher to be less important, both in transmitting knowledge, values, skills and being the motivator and organiser of the learning process and its outcome. Sometimes, audio-visual materials are included, as well as excursions, practical and vocational activities, group discussions and other things.
Complete Story: http://nation.com.pk/columns/21-Apr-2016/lessons-in-education
If education department wasn’t given proper focus
Nations who gave priority and put their resources in Education and educational institutes are successful today in making their names. And those nations whose priority was something else are dependent of other nations.
We will construct Higher Secondary Schools in Loi Shulman: PA Khyber Open Kachery
Landi Kotal: During the Landi Kotal Loi Shulman area elders meeting, the PA Khyber Capt. (R) Khalid Mehmood said we will do development work in the area without any discrimination and it will positive change in the area. He said we will negotiate with IG, FC and other officials for the appointment of the educated youth in FC, Frontier Constabulary and Military.
Complete Story: Daily Mashriq, Peshawar, Page No.6
Female teachers reject allegations against ASDEO
Sarai Norang: All Khawateen Teacher Circle Kala Mangi Wala rejected the allegation against the Ashraf Ul Nissa ASDEO and said all these allegations are baseless. They hold protest against her transfer and demanded from the Education Department for her immediate re transfer of her old seat otherwise they don’t stop their protest until they all sacrifices for her re transfer.
Complete Story: http://www.naibaat.com.pk/pre/peshawar/Page02.aspx
Thousands of children deprived of education even in 21st Century
Peshawar: Thousands of children of Peshawar ring road area Qazi Kalay & other attached area are deprived of government schools, due to which they are unable to have an education Although Private Schools are there in the area but their fees are not affordable by poor people. This statement was given by social worker Amanullah Khan Mohmand who said that government must provide facilitates of government schools in this area as there are lots of families living in the area & their children want to have an education.
Complete Story: Daily Subh, Peshawar, Page No.3
Demand for provision of basic facilities in schools
Peshawar: The Union Councilor Sheikhabad Lady Councilor Mrs. Shoukat Ali said that there are no facilities in government girls schools, so government must provide facilities to government primary & secondary girls school as government is getting a great amount as fund for these schools & government also claim that their first priority is education & to resolve all issues which hinders the education establishment there is no clean water in these schools for students so government must take notice & try to resolve these issues by providing basic facilities in school.
Complete Story: Daily Aaj, Peshawar, Page No.3
Daily Mashriq, Peshawar, Page No.6
Education awareness walk
Malakand Agency: The Education awareness walk was held in government Primary School Wirteer Dargai, to aware the people importance of education & its role in success. Many influential people, counselors, Teachers, students, parents, coordinators, leaders attended the walk and said that it is very important for students who are not school going so that they will know that it’s very important for them to be in schools, it will create a decent society which will improve our image.
Complete Story: Daily Awam-un-Nas, Peshawar, Page No.3
Security issues due to no boundary wall in school
Basham: The Shangla, the greatest education institute of Basham, Faizan School & Degree College lacks a one side boundary wall, due to that more than 600 student lives are in danger, because one side boundary wall is an issue with a local person. So government DIG Malakand & Pak Army leaders must take notice of the situation. These views were expressed by Managing Director of School. He said that Malakand Division was a victim of terrorism for the last many years & government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in this regard issued the strict security instructions to all the schools for the safety of the students’ lives but in this school lives of students are facing a great risk. So Pak Army must interfere to resolve this matter.
Complete Story: Daily Surkhab, Peshawar, Page No.3
Girls school students forced to get education under open sky
Takht Bhai: The Municipal Committee Takht Bhai Ex-Councilor Umair Din said that government girl’s school students are forced to get an education under open sky, because construction work has stopped there for the last two months and educational activities in school are almost zero which is destroying students’ precious time so government must take steps to resolve the matters.
Complete Story: Daily Akhbar-e-Khyber, Peshawar, Page No.3
Demand to issue NTS teachers’ salaries
District Turbat: The President GTA Tehsil Turbat, Mr. Comrade Murad Ali said in statement that NTS pass teachers are still deprived of salaries, for past four months and due to such circumstances teachers are facing financial problems. He demanded from Education Minister, Secretary Education, CM Baluchistan & concerned officials to release salaries of teachers as soon as possible.
Ghost teachers’ salaries will be stopped: DEO Harnai
District Harnai: The District Education Officer Mr. Muhammad Rafique Tareen said Education department officials are suddenly visiting school for proper check and balance. He said Ghost Teacher’s salaries stopped and they will be treated according to law. He said Provincial Education Minister is also taking efforts for rectifying Education system in Baluchistan and supporting to activate Educational institutions in Baluchistan. He added basic Educational facilities will be provided free of cost in all schools.
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/04-21-2016/quetta/page7.asp
Khuzdar students in mental confusion due to deprivation of text books: BNP Awami
District Khuzdar: The Tehsil spokesperson Mr. Shafiullah Umrani of BNP Awami Khuzdar & Deputy General Secretary Mr. Aaqib Nadeem said in joint statement that poor parents of Khuzdar took active part in admission campaigns but now is in mental confusion due to unavailability of text books in school. Government Educational emergency is nothing but to make fool of poor public. 70% of Khuzdar population is living lives under poverty line, cannot afford private school’s fees and expenditure of text books so Government should take steps for providence of free & qualitative Education to poor people at their door step being considering basic right.
Complete Story: Daily Aazadi Quetta, Page No. 4
Primary cause of underdevelopment is lack of education: Liaquat Agha
District Pishin: Mr. Syed Liaquat Agha, Member of Assembly Pashtoonkhwa Map, said Primary cause of underdevelopment is lack of Education; no one paid heed towards this issue in past Governments. Present Government allocated handsome budget for Education development in Province. Nations can only succeed in desired targets when they prioritize Education over all other things.
Complete story: Daily Qudrat Quetta, Page No. 6
School gate occupied by sewerage water
District Khanewal: The elected Vice Chancellor Mr. Younus Anwer Lodhi shared with Press that the contractor has bungled more than Million rupees in the contract of sewerage system. Dirty water ponds and its smell causing problems for Students and Teachers of Government Boys High Schools Basti Ahmed Nagar. He shared that they has given applications to Tehsil Municipal Authorities several times but they have not taken any action.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/multan/2016-04-21/page-09
Students are deprived of Higher Education after Matriculation
District Multan: Sikanderabad with the population of near about 50,000 has not a single Government Boys or Girls Degree Collage. The Students (Girls/Boys) have to drop their study after matriculation. Political representatives do not fulfill their promises in this regard.
Complete Story: Daily Naya Daur, Multan, Page No.2
Decision to add education budget
District Lahore: The Punjab Government has decided to add Education Budget in year 2016-17. For this RS.5 Billions are sanctioned for Laptop Scheme, while the recommendation reports are demanded from District Governments of Punjab.
Complete Story: Daily Sang-e-Meel, Multan, Page No. 6
Decision to shift teachers in Government Middle and High Schools
After handing over the Primary Schools to Punjab Education Foundation (PEF), the Punjab School Education Department has decided to shift EST and English Teachers to Government Middle/High Schools.
Complete Story: Daily Dunya, Multan, Page No. 8
Teacher tortures a student
District Rahim Yar Khan: Mr. Moulvi Fayyaz Ahmed of Madarsa Tibba Kareemabad Sayed Pur physically tortured a 7 years old Student. Student’s Father has submitted FIR in Police Station.
Complete Story: Daily Sang-e-Meel, Multan, Page No. 2
Daily Dunya, Multan, Page No. 8
Teaching of the Holy Quran compulsory in Government Schools
District Islamabad: In a meeting the Education Minister address that Government has decided the teaching of the Holy Quran would be compulsory for the Students, while from 6th to 10th grade students will teach the Quran with translation
Complete Story: Daily Sang-e-Meel, Multan, Page No. 1
Protest against shortage of basic facilities in High School
District Larkana: The Students of Government High School Moen Jo Daro protested against the non completion of construction work of the School and shortage of basic facilities.
Middle School building in crumbling condition
District Khairpur Mirs: The Building of Government Middle School, village Shahan Shar, is deteriorating. Its different parts of walls are tumbling, while student lives are in danger.
Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2016-04-21/news/page3/1%20(1).htm
Girls Primary School building deteriorating
District Larkana: The Building of Government Girls Primary School, village Relan Abra, is deteriorating for past two years. The higher authorities are informed about its condition, but no notice is take for its repairing to save student lives.
243 Primary Schools dysfunctional in district Dadu
District Dadu: The Primary Teachers Association and CRC Dadu organized award program for selection of the Best Teacher, Best Student and School, where Deputy Commissioner Raja Shah Zaman Khuhro, former Assistant Commissioner Nazir Ahmed Soomro, civil society members, students and teachers were present. It was shown in the documentary film that 243 Primary Schools, out of 1966, are dysfunctional, whereas number of schools is without basic facilities of bathrooms, electricity, paly grounds and others.
Hunger strike continued against capturing of school plot
District Dadu: The Chairman School Bachayo Committee continued hunger strike, along with other members, against grabbing of plot of Government School Bhan Saeedabad.
Villagers stood against closure of school
District Khairpur Mirs: The residents of Village Ali Bux Teewno held protest against the supervisor, on closure of Government Boys Primary School.
NTS pass teachers protest against not releasing of salary
District Larkana: 217 NTS pass Teachers held protest strike against the education department, on not releasing of salary.
No building for school
Karachi/ Malir: More than 600 Students of Government Primary School village Hassan Panhwar are getting education on open ground, due to unavailability of building. Even there is acute shortage of basic facilities.
Protest against Director and EDO Education
District Mirpurkhas: The residents of different villages stood against Director Education Mirpur khas and EDO Jhudo, alleging that both are involved in corruption to release teachers on visa system, by taking monthly bribe.
Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2016-04-21/news/page2/1%20(6).htm
School books sold at scrap shop
District Larkana: New Year education session has been started, while the distribution of free text books is running. According to secret information, media persons reached at a scrap shop in Radhan City and took the footages of text books, which were sold on the shop.
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Teachers protest against stoppage of salary
Karachi/ Malir: The teachers from Malir held protest on National High Way, against stoppage of salary, for past two months.
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Teacher’s hunger strike against not releasing of salary
District Dadu: The Teachers from Dadu held protest strike on not releasing of salary of 400 Teachers, for past three months.
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More than 20 schools dysfunctional since years
District Sujawal: More than 20 Girls and Boys Primary Schools of Union Council Jhok Sharif are dysfunctional, since years. Whereas the staff is taking salary without attending the schools; while most of the buildings are turned to storage houses and cattle farms.
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Rally for children enrolment
District Mirpurkhas: Students and teachers from different schools of Kot Ghulam Muhammad organized a rally for enrolment of children in schools.
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