Teachers build characters of nations: Lt General Dogar
Abbotabad: Teachers are responsible for the character building of the students they teach, PMA Kakul Commandant and Corps Commander Multan Lieutenant General Abdullah Dogar said.
Study says next 10 years to be promising for Pakistan
Peshawar: The foresight lab, a research body has launched a research study which says the next 10 years appears to be promising for Pakistan.
Three Swabi brothers prefer hard labour to education
Swabi: A father of three young boys has no qualms in putting them to hard labour instead of enrolling them in school as ‘all his efforts to make them aware of the importance of education have failed to bear fruit’.
Character-building of students duty of teachers
Abbottabad: Commandant of Pakistan Military Academy, Kakul, Major General Abdullah Dogar has said that character building and personality development of students should be the top priority of the academia.
I will make schools, health centres, and universities - Liaquat Ali Khan
Peshawar: The Milli Muslim League supported candidate said that he joined politics to works towards country’s stability.
Tree-planting campaign to begin in KP govt schools from this week
Peshawar: City District Government has issued decision to begin tree-plantation drive in KP govt schools - schools have been asked to submit demands to the focal person within 3 days.
Govt sent recommendation to make 40,000 teachers permanent
Peshawar: Director Education Rafique Khattak orders 40,000 NTS teachers to be made permanent on the date of their hiring.
Women teachers play an important role in national development - Aisha Saeed
Mingora: Providing quality education to the new generation is impossible without training female teachers - said leader of Jamaat-e-Islami Aisha Saeed.
Change cannot be complete until education and prosperity - Akram Khan Durrani
Bannu: The Federal Minister for Housing and Works Akram Khan Durrani said true change will not come until the people of Bannu are not provided with the treasure of education and their financial situation is not improved.
Al-Noor Public School visit to Hund Park
Peshawar: Al-Noor Public School Dara Adam Khel teachers visited Hund National Park Swabi under the leadership of principal Iftikhar Ahmed.
Teachers can use tablets - Spokesman Education Department
Peshawar: Newly hired teachers will be given 6-month training under the School Management Information System (SMIS) to be taught usage of modern technology like interactive whiteboards.
College teachers’ final negotiations at Bani Gala
Peshawar: Final negotiations between the KP Professors and Lecturers Association and PTI Chairman Imran Khan were held Saturday at 3 PM.
Funds allocated for schools’ furniture, tools, construction and repair
Peshawar: Finance Department KP has allocated funds worth 2.85 billion on the directions of the provincial government to get furniture, science tools and to work on construction and repair of rooms and boundary walls.
Computer labs established in 55 higher secondary schools in Mardan
Peshawar: We are giving attention on providing education compatible with modern age to the underprivileged children of govt schools - Atif Khan
Free WiFi to be provided in educational institutions
Peshawar: Free WiFi will be provided to Peshawar University and 25 colleges under the KP Open WiFi Project.
Working to resolve educational problems
Quetta: Insaf Students Federation is working for resolving problems in educational sector says Senior Deputy President.
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No compromise on health and education - Additional Deputy Commissioner
Dera Murad Jamali: ADC Nasirabad Badal Khan Dashti said no compromise should be made on education and health as we need our new generation to be healthy and useful.
Teachers’ ‘revenge’ transfers to be cancelled - AJTI
Quetta: All Government Teachers Association Balochistan leaders said that unlawful transfer of hard-working teachers are done to spoil the education environment and they are not acceptable at all. The transfers should be cancelled immediately.
First Civil Judge and Judicial Magistrate visits schools
Moro: On the order of Sindh High Court, First Civil Judge and Judicial Magistrate visits schools in Moro.
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Teachers should be saved from conflict - Abdul Aziz
Quetta: Some people have been imposing themselves on the teachers and hope to see them in ruin since one year, said leader of the Government Teachers Association.
DDEO visits Middle School Mehtarzai
Quetta: Deputy District Education Officer Chalten Town Gul Muhammad Kakar held a meeting with staff on how to mitigate the poor quality of education.
Upgradation of schools in ICT continues
Islamabad: Upgradation work of schools in capital is in progress.Upgradation & renovation of 22 schools has been done & in next phase 200 schools will be upgraded with a cost of 3.28b.
White boards & water coolers installed in ICT schools
Islamabad: Capital Administration & Development Division has so far installed 2147 whiteboards & 303 water coolers in Government run schools in Capital territory.
Unequal distribution of buses under Education Programme
Islamabad: Distribution of buses under Prime Minister’s Education Reform Programme was unequal. Model colleges have been ignored in this matter. The number of students on the buses is twice their capacity.
Industry should support aspiring entrepreneurs
Islamabad: Aspiring entrepreneurs should focus on innovative products to maximize business growth and achieve sustainable progress in business field, stated by Chamber of commerce Industry president.
Laptop application date extended
Islamabad: Students enrolled in PHD,MS,MPHIL, masters and undergraduate at public sector universities can apply for the prime minister’s scheme till November 15, 2017.
Supplies donated for street schools
Through the unwavering support of friends and family additional resources could be provided to the street children.
Upgradation of schools in full swing
Islamabad: The upgradation of school infrastructure is in full swing in the federal capital to make them model educational institutes in the country. In the first phase 22 schools have been upgraded.
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2147 white boards installed in ICT educational institutes
Islamabad: Capital Administration and development Division has so far installed 2147 white boards and 303 water coolers in government educational Institutes.
PHED to instal 14 water filtration plants at schools
Jhang: Learning lessons from the failure, the District Development Committee (DDC) has this time entrusted the Public Health Engineering Department (PHED) with installing 14 water filtration plants at public schools in Athara Hazari.
Registration for 5th and 6th grades
Faisalabad: Punjab Examination Commission will start registrations for 2018 exams on 30th October.
Broken school gate injures a student
Multan: Government Campri Hansu Higher Secondary School gate broke and injured a student.
Archeology festival concludes with promise to promote cultural heritage
The three- day International archeology festival entitled “Heritage Now” concluded Sunday at Alhamra Arts council. The audience was an amalgamation of people belonging to diverse backgrounds.
Health, education, energy and transport sectors have performed poorly
Lahore: Provincial departments have neglected development programmes in different sectors and has given less importance to allocated funds.
Aitchison college teachers 100th birthday celebrated
Lahore: A simple but impressive ceremony was organized at Aitchison College on Sunday to celebrate the 100th birthday of the legendary educationist and teacher Maj.Geoffrey.
Inauguration of a school and road
Kahana: Muslim league (N) member Rana Mubashir Iqbal’s efforts have paid off as through his dedication a road and school have been built in the most underdeveloped area.
Khanewal public school and college holds competition
Khanewal:The junior wing of khanewal public school and college held a competition that incorporated speeches in English and Urdu. He stressed on the integral role students play in development and shaping of future.
Children are the future; Focusing on their education is our top priority
Muzaffargarh:Deputy Commissioner Muzaffargarh, Saif Anwar said that children are the most valuable asset and all efforts must be directed towards improving and upgrading their educational facilities.
Coordination between teacher/student to be established
Chowk Sarwar Shaheed: Teamwork is the need of today thus it is essential for teachers and students to establish a relationship and value the discipline that binds them together.
150 students exposed to just one teacher
Liaquat Pur:Kout Mahi Primary School consists of 150 students who are only facilitated to just one teacher. The students are seen playing in grounds and up living their sports craze rather than acquiring the academic purpose.
Government starts supervision
Sargodha: Most areas of Punjab including Sargodha consists of schools that have teachers possessing fake degrees. Thus the government has asked authorities to look into this case and scrutinize all aspects.
Lack of government schools
Natak: The schools of Natak have various issues; Government Girls and Boys Higher Secondary consists of teachers lesser in number, lack of science and other subject teachers and the path leading to the school exhibits a cave like picture.
40 schools provided with library books
Liaqatpur: District manager Educational department Farhan Amir, provided with books to the Government Girls Primary School Tahir Fakeer.
Additional DPI to visit schools
Multan: Additional DPI to visit schools on 23rd October 2017. Provincial Minister for Education Rana Mashood will visit schools tomorrow.
Schedule for admission forms for matric
Multan: Education Board Multan has issued schedule for admission forms for matric examination for 2018.
Protest by teachers and students on ending Zia-ul-Uloom High School
Rawalpindi: Students and teachers protest on construction of a commercial building on the area of Zia ul Uloom High School Raja Bazaar.
DPS world attracts 10,000 visitors
Lahore: The three-day digital printing, machinery and signage technology exhibition cum conference 2017 concluded successfully at the Expo center on Sunday.
Girl guides in girls government schools
Rawalpindi: Schools in Punjab province to begin girl guides programmes.
Chakwal’s ‘poorly planned’ public sector colleges lack teachers
Documents obtained by Dawn show an abysmal state of affairs at the district’s 23 public sector colleges, where 11,300 students are enrolled. Of the 549 sanctioned seats for faculty at the colleges, 354 are vacant, with some colleges lacking 70.8pc to 87pc and 90pc of staff.
Ideas to improve education
Lahore: An education summit to discuss curriculum enhancement proposal was held at the Ali Institute of Education on Saturday.
Obligation for teachers to show them as government officers in passport
Faisalabad: Faisalabad Education Department has asked teachers to submit Ex Pakistan Leave at least 15 days prior and in their passports they will show themselves as government officials.
School heads to maintain literary activities
Faisalabad: Education Department has asked teachers to make schedule for literary activities in schools.
Educational institutes to be upgraded and teachers to be appointed - Rana Altaf
Multan: Punjab Teachers Union Deputy President Rana Altaf Hussain said that Punjab government should work on upgrading educational institutes and teachers should be appointed.
APCA and teachers should work together for their rights
Lahore: Central President All Pakistan Clerks Association said in an event that Pakistan Teachers Alliance and Pakistan Teachers Association along with APCA should work together for their rights.
Nawaz Sharif should have established schools and hospitals - Abdul Aleem Khan
Lahore: Abdul Aleem Khan said that Nawaz Sharif should have focused on schools and hospitals as they are in bad condition.
Lack of basic facilities reduces enrolment
Karachi: In Sindh, 100,000 students leave school in the first month every year due to absence of basic facilities such as water and sanitation admitted the provincial education department’s secretary, Dr. Iqbal Hussain Durrani, before the judicial commission.
NCA teacher wins art prize as Karachi Biennale kicks off
Karachi: Apart from a formal ceremony and display of various forms of arts, performative and digital, the opening ceremony of first Karachi biennale kicked off. Announcing Ali kazim as the winner.
Report sought on quality of water at schools
The judicial commission investigating into Sindh’s water issues has ordered a report on the quality of essential commodity being supplied to the schools applied across.
Shortage of teachers
Government Boys Primary School in Chin Jani is in a deplorable condition. There are more than 240 students enrolled but only 30 benches and three chairs are available.
Action against private schools
Sukkur: On the directives of Regional director private schools a grand operation has been started against private schools.
Karachi Biennale opens today
Karachi: The opening ceremony of Biennale 2017 took place on Saturday at the historic 160-year old Narayan Vaidya High school. The Biennale will open to public from October 22 to November 5.
Pakistan’s biggest art exhibition begins at NJV High School
Karachi: Artists with a vision have always tried to reimagine the world to inspire fresh beginnings and instill a sense of hope, urged Nilofer Farrukh at the inaugural ceremony of Pakistan’s first and largest international contemporary event.
HSSC part II humanities group result announced
Hyderabad: Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education has announced results for HSSC part II humanities group.
Teachers of Pak-Turk Schools should be allowed to stay
Karachi: Teachers of Pak-Turk schools said they have been unemployed since 1 year and they have requested government that they should be allowed to stay.
9th class results to be announced today
Mirpur Khas: Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education will announce results of 9th class today.
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Science and Sir Syed
Opening up the mind
Increasing fees of educational institutions
Economic empowerment of women
Musings on schooling and education:
Co-education? Can it solve some problems?
Literature and national identity
Letters to the editor
Respect teachers if you want to succeed
Additional DPI to visit schools
Multan: It has been told that Additional DPI Mahar Mushtaq Siyal will pay visit to the schools of Multan on 24th October.
Scholarship announced for teachers’ children
Multan: Education Board Multan has announced for scholarship stipend for the children of teachers on the basis of matriculation results.
Punjab Government failed to stop increasing of fees in private schools
Multan: It has been exposed that Punjab Government has failed to stop private schools to stop illegal collection of fees.
League Government is active for Education Development
Multan: The Chairman Union Council 20 Shaikh Imran Arshad said educational institutes are responsible for development of country and nation and Muslim League (N) is also struggling for development of education.
PTU urges to upgrade educational institutes
Multan: The Senior Vice President Punjab Teachers Union Rana Altaf Hussain has urged that Punjab Government should ensure upgradation of educational institutes and deputation of teaching staff, otherwise PTU will start protests.
54 schools lenient to achieve target
Multan: The District Education Officer Secondary has given leniency to 54 girls and boys schools to achieve their targets by 31th October.
School gate breaks, leaving a student injured
Multan: A student got serious injuries due to collapsing of main gate of Government Comprehensive Higher Secondary School Gulgasht Colony.
Decision to establish vocational institutes
Multan: In the light of decision of Punjab Government Vocational Institutes are being established in thirty educational institutes.
Admission form schedule
Multan: Education Board Multan has released the schedule of submitting admission forms for ninth and matric through online system. Forms can be submitted from 13th November to 15thDecember.
Secretary Education to visit Multan
Multan: The Secretary Education Schools Punjab Dr. Allah Bakhsh Malik reaches today to Multan to preside over meeting with officers of technical Lab.
Lack of facilities in higher secondary school
Khan Bela: The Government Higher Secondary School Khan Bela is facing acute shortage of teachers and other necessary facilities.
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18,000 schools of Sindh deprived of water facility
Karachi: The Secretary Education has said while presenting report in Water Commission that 18 thousand government schools of Sindh are deprived of facility of Water, adding that about one lac children leave schools in the first month due to shortage of basic facilities.
Five schools left dysfunctional in Pat Sharif
Dadu: A protest was carried by the residents of Village Andal Chandio, declaring that five government schools of Pat Sharif are left unattended since long time; while students are kept aloof of getting primary education.
Students compelled to sit under trees
Jacobabad: The students of Government Primary School Grid Station Thal are compelled to sit under tree and carry on study process due to incompletion of construction work of the building.
Students stood for provision of school building
Bahadurpur: Hundreds of students of Government Middle School Noor Wah held a protest against unavailability of middle school building.
Education Emergency claims in vain
Larkana: All claims of Education Department of Sindh have been in vain, as most of government schools of Taluka Dokri are left closed and without facilities. School buildings are turned into storage houses.
Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2017-10-22/news/page2/1%20(1).htm
Girls school dysfunctional for past ten years
Sun: The Government Girls Primary School Village Mir Muhammad Lakho was left dysfunctional for past ten years due to carelessness of education department. Even the school is under shortage of basic facilities.
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One teacher to teach 200 children
Hyderabad: The Government Primary School Unar Pur is running with only one teacher to teach 200 students.
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Protest before TEO office
Jhudo: A protest was carried in front of Taluka Education Office by the residents of Village Gul Muhammad Junejo against transfer of school teacher.
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7 schools of Taluka Kingri left dysfunctional
Khairpur Mirs: 7 different government schools of Taluka are left closed due to carelessness of Education Department; buildings are turned into sitting places putting student future at stake.
Village without facility of girls school
Sohbatpur: Village Ghulam Akber Khoso, near Sohbatpur, have been deprive of girls school building for past twelve years.
Students stood against closure of school
Jhirk: A protest strike was taken out by the students of Primary School Haji Talib Dal against closure of the school, declaring that no teacher was appointed after the retirement of former teacher of the school.
Civil Judge raids on different schools of Moro
Moro: The First Civil Judge had a surprise visit of different Schools of Moro on the directives of Sindh High Court, checking the school records and attendance registers. He also found girls primary school under the control of local influential and directed to vacant the building.
Protest on not repairing of school building
Sukkur: The students of Primary School Nihal Khoso continued protest on 2nd day against the shortage of teachers, furniture and not repairing of the building. Parents also followed the protest, pointing that building was not repaired since long time; even there is only one teacher to teach 127 students.
Two schools exposed to be utilized for personal use
Rato Dero: Civil Judge Rato Dero paid an unscheduled visit of schools of Village Bahadur Sunani and found two schools dysfunctional and one of them was utilized as sitting place (Otaq).
Primary school building dilapidating
Larkana: The building of Government Primary School Mustafa Abad, near historical place Mohenjo Daro, is left in a crumbling condition despite Sindh Government’s emergency claims. Its students are compelled to sit on ground and study.
Eight primary schools dysfunctional since long time
Chak: It has been reported that eight government primary schools of Union Council Fateh Tando are dysfunctional since long time and no step was taken to restore them.
Debating among primary students
Nao Kot: A debate competition was held among the students of Government Primary School Mitho Bheel with the leading role of headmaster of the school.
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Humanities group result announced
Hyderabad: The Board of Intermediate Secondary Education Hyderabad announced the annual result of humanities group.
School building turned into Otaq
Dokri: A journalist team scheduled a visit of schools of Karani, near Taluka Dokri, on the complaints of Villagers and found the Primary School Khacharpur closed; its staff was disappearing and the building was used as a sitting place (Otaq).
Demand for investigation against corruption in educational Institutes
Sukkur: Sindh Dost Panel has called education emergency as bureaucratic emergency and demanded for investigation against corruption in the Education Department and universities.
No teacher in primary school
Islamkot: Education of more than 40 students is being affected due to unavailability of teacher in Government Primary School Sulaiman Sangrasi since last year. Protest was also carried, but no response seemed.
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Girls Primary School dysfunctional since years
Khan Wahan: The Primary School of Village Abbas Koondhar, district Naushehro Feroz, is left dysfunctional since long years, depriving girl students of education. Protests were also carried by the residents, but no response seemed on the past of Education Department.
Steps are being taken for betterment of education
Pishin: ANP member in Provincial Assembly Zamrak Khan Achakzai has said that standard education in province is on top priorities, adding that steps are also being taken for betterment on education in our constituency.
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Jinnah Town students prey of insecurity
Quetta: The students of schools of Jinnah Town, a VIP Area, are prey of insecurity and basic facilities. The schools are running without CCTV cameras and trained security guards.
GTA shows concern over not issuing scholarship stipend of students
Walbanden: Scholarship stipend of children of teachers and other employees of Education Department have not been issued since 2014, which is the due right of teachers. The views were shared jointly by the Organizer Government Teachers’ Association Muhammad Anwar Baloch.
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Lasbela educational institutes are being focused
Hub: Former member National Assembly Sardar Muhammad Saleh Bhotani has said during his speech at inauguration of Primary School Rahu Bazanju Village that millions of rupees were spent on educational institutes; further educational institutes will also be up graded.
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Demand for notice of closure of school
Walbanden: Musadaq Yaar Muhammad Zai, a resident of Pak Afghan Border area Guwalshop, has demanded for notice against closure of primary school of the area due to unavailability of teachers in it.
DDEO pays visit to middle school
Quetta: The Deputy District Education Officer Chaltan Town Gul Muhammad Kakar paid a visit to Middle School Muhitarzai Kuchlak, along with inspection team and held a meeting with schools staff.
There should not be compromise on health and education
Dera Murad Jamali: The Additional Deputy Commissioner Nasirabad Badal Khan Dashti said no compromise will be on health and education.
Two sisters have over taken education system of Dera Bugti
Quetta: The District President Government Teachers Association Shah Murad Bugti said claims of education emergency have left as statements only, pointing that two sisters Ms. Aisha Bugti and Amina Bugti are juniors, but they have been offered high posts and they have over taken the whole education system.
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11,400 posts lying vacant in KPK Education Department
Peshawar: Despite Education claims of Government, more than 11,400 posts are still lying vacant in Education Department and no steps are taken to fill the seats, causing student education affected.Complete Story: http://epaper.dailyausaf.com/page?station_id=3
Education Department submits details about annual expenses on regularization of IT teachers
Peshawar: The Department of Education Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has submitted all concerned details to Government on the recommendations of Establishment Department showing that 66 Crore and 5 Lac rupees annual expenses will be spent on the salary of IT staff after their regularization.
Education Department to start SMIS for teachers
Peshawar: The Department of Education KPK takes a new step of equipping teachers with Modern teaching facilities of School Management Information System. In that regard a six months training course will be started for teachers.
MOU on free WIFI facility in educational institutes
Peshawar: A Memorandum of Understanding was observed between Department of Information Technology and Pakistan Telecommunication Ltd (PTCL) for provision of facility of free wifi to 25 government schools of the province. This will facilitate about 55,000 students.
Computer labs started in 55 schools
Peshawar: Provincial Minister for Education Muhammad Atif Khan has said that government is paying special attention on provision of standard and modern education to poor students in government schools. He also added that fifty five Government High and Higher Secondary Schools of Mardan have been outfitted with computer labs.
Regularization of 40,000 teachers
Peshawar: On the directive of Provincial Government, Education Department KPK has sent the recommendation of regularization of 40000 teachers to government.
Orders to upgrade 397 teachers
Jamrood: Notification of upgrading 397 teachers of different cadres has been issued by Directorate of Education on the directives of Governor Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
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Corruption exposed in Education Department Mir Ali
Mir Ali: Corruption has been exposed in Education Department Northern Waziristan. 4-5 lac rupees were illegally demanded for postings.
75 percent primary school construction work completed
Peshawar: Chief Minister Parvaiz Khattak presided over a high level meeting of officials to inquire about development schemes, highlighting that 75 percent under construction schools have been completed, whereas 450 will be completed by December. He directed to expedite the work.
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