Youth in Peshawar receive training:
Youth received training with an aim to provide them entry level Information Technology training so they can exhibit their skills out in the market.
D.C visits schools accompanied by officers:
D.C visited schools of Nowshera to administer the state of facilities available including provision of water, safety facilities. He also gave instructions to alter and reconstruct building with cracks and address issues that pose danger.
Resolving teachers issues, Amin Ullah Durrani
President Balochistan Schools Teachers Union stated that resolving teachers is our utmost priority.
Role of private schools cannot be disregarded:
The prestige and significance of private schools cannot be disregarded as they play a pivotal role in ensuring quality education is imparted. The provincial government expressed these views at a private school ceremony and vouched constructive steps will be taken to promote the role being played.
Prime Minister Education Reform Schemes face shortage of funds:
A project worth 2 trillion faced shortage of funds as initial amount of 15 crore was only diffused. Hurdles have aroused as no more money is available that can be allotted towards the educational development work.
Education Department releases funds of 5 crore:
Education funds for pensioners has been released this month, prior payments had been delayed for many months resulting in inconvenience for the retired staff.
Southern Punjab full of talent:
No nation can prosper without investing in education and the students of Punjab are endowed with talent that makes them shine out, expressed by Principal Qamar ud Din of a High school.
Education Commission to start progress after Eid:
A protest is to be held after Eid to spread awareness about the role of Education Commission and ensure rights of teachers are granted.
Teachers demonstrate protest for rights:
Protests will be held in several cities to ensure that teacher rights are fulfilled, a collective voice will be raised.
Teachers demand early upgradation
The local teachers have protested against non-issuance of their upgradation notification and called upon the Punjab government to fulfill its promise without further waste of time. Otherwise, they threatened, they would be constrained to stage a protest.
Complete story: http://nation.com.pk/E-Paper/lahore/2017-08-24/page-21/detail-2
Pirate books sealed:
A godown was raided at Garden town by the FIA Lahore and managed to recover pirated books. The owner was held before law and a case has been filed under the copyright ordinance.
Government Boys School Sikandarabad stands out:
On the exceptional performance of boys in their examination, the Headmaster was awarded with an appreciation certificate to laud his efforts.
Teachers will have a peaceful protest today in Lahore
Leaders of punjab teachers union have said that their frustration knows no bounds as their demands have not been met for a long time. They will now stage a peaceful protest in-front of press clubs of every district in order to demand for upgradation of grade 4 teachers.
Complete story: http://e.jang.com.pk/08-24-2017/lahore/pic.asp?picname=04_08.gif
Schedule for elections in schools issued
President All Pakistan Clerks Association Lahore Division issued schedule for 2017-2019 elections that will be held in schools.
Timely completion of admissions demanded:
Sindh Minister for Education and Literacy Jam Mehtab has strictly directed the colleges to speed up their process, as students are facing issues that must be timely addressed.
Teachers and students protest against non-availability of electricity:
Four students fell unconscious due to no electricity in schools and thus the temperature rose which caused suffocation among students. They protested and complaint of how providers are indulged in electricity theft and must be questioned before law.
Meeting the minimum standards in education
Complete story: http://nation.com.pk/E-Paper/islamabad/2017-08-24/page-15
Educating Pakistan’s next generation:
Multan: It has been reported that 65 percent ratio was exposed of schools with high numbers in Matriculation Examination. Notice has been issued to schools with result of 81.67.
Teachers to start rallies for their rights
Multan: The members of Punjab Teachers Union will start rallies for the rights of teachers.
Villagers carry out protest against closure of primary school
Tharparkar: The residents of village Kaloi carried a protest strike against closure of their village primary school, explaining that it has been closed for past seven months after the retirement of headmaster.
Education Emergency Camp favored
Badin: The political, social and other groups have shown seriousness on the critical condition of education in district Badin, declaring that School Specific Funds have been violated and swallowed, leaving hundreds of government schools of the district in dilapidated state. The groups have demanded from government to take initiative to restore the closed schools.
Primary school building dilapidating
Dadu: The building of government primary school village Meer Khan Naich is found in a crumbling condition; while student live are insecure in it. Villagers have demanded for its immediate repairing.
Clash of two shifts in school
Jacobabad: Students’ education is being affected due to starting of two shifts in Government Boys Primary School Peer Bakhsh Memon.
Illegally appointed Teachers IDs exposed
Shikarpur: The Circle Officer Anti-Corruption Shikarpur has expedited inquiry against Additional Accountant and Auditor Treasury on forgery of illegally drawing amount from Education Department on the names of illegally appointed teachers in record. It has been reported that 83 Primary and 63 JST Teachers’ IDs were fake.
Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2017-8-24/news/page1/1%20(11).htm
Primary school facing shortage of basic facilities
Shikarpur: The Government Primary School Ghulam Ahmed Merbahar, near Chak, has been running without facility of furniture since long 28 years. Students are compelled to sit under tree and carry on their study.
Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2017-8-24/news/page2/1%20(10).htm
Parents carried protest against closure of primary school
Tando Allahyar: Parents, along with children, carried protest strike against closure of Government Primary School Village Soomar Khan Lighari, declaring that school was closed due to Biometric verification.
Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2017-8-24/news/page3/1%20(1).htm
APCA protests against Director Education
Sukkur: A protest was held by All Pakistan Clerks Association against Director Primary Education Larkana, alleging that it does not take any interest to solve problems of the clerks.
Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2017-8-24/news/page3/1%20(2).htm
Education Department violates development schemes
District Umarkot: It has been reported that Education Works Department Umarkot has violated the development Schemes of different School works; poor standard material was used in the construction work, but higher authorities are silent to take any notice of the issue.
Complete Story: http://www.dailyibrat.com/beta/pages/jpp_24082017012626.jpg
School Education Department step back to act against private schools
Karachi: Provincial Department of School Education shows helplessness to take action influential private schools on their increasing fees.
DC Matyari visits different offices
Matyari: The Deputy Commissioner Matiyari Parevez Ahmed Baloch had a visit of education offices and directed the Assistant Commissioner Matyari to ensure attendance of the staff.
Rain Water surrounded School building
Thatta: The building of Government Boys PC Primary School Mirpur Bathor was surrounded with rain water.
Villagers protest to restore closed schools
Dadu: The residents of village Sanwal Kartia protested to restore village Primary School.
Struggle is required to solve teachers problems: Yousif Jatak
Khuzdar: The Central President Balochistan Teachers Association Muhammad Yousif Jatak has said that there is dire need of struggle to solve teachers’ problems.
Complete Story: http://dailyazadiquetta.com/epaper/m/42524/599dbb63f2d5c
SESA is struggling to find solution to teachers’ problems
Barkhan: The President SESA District Barkhan Naveed Latif and others have said that SESA is working for betterment of teachers in the province and it has been struggling for solution of their rights.
Complete Story: http://dailyazadiquetta.com/epaper/m/42545/599dbc6b3aa85
Demand to issue Eid bonus to Teachers
Kalat: The members of Government Teachers’ Association Kalat have jointly demanded from Government to issue Eid bonus to teachers.
Complete Story: http://dailyazadiquetta.com/epaper/m/42541/599dbc495cf0a
Education Budget is increased: Fatih Bhangar
QUETTA: The Secretary Education Abdul Fatih Bhangar has said that teachers’ role is important for better results; whereas they should perform their duty in a smooth way. He added that Education budget has been increased.
Complete Story: http://dailyazadiquetta.com/%D8%A7%D8%AE%D8%A8%D8%A7%D8%B1/
BNP Qabool demands to cancel attachment of girls middle school
Noshki: The all members of BNP Qambool unit have said in joint statement that challengers of education emergency have ruined education and have brought it to verge of destruction. They have demanded for cancellation of attachment of teachers of Government Girls Middle School Qabool.
Complete Story: https://www.dailybaakhabar.com/category/page2/
Assembly members should ensure financial support of schools
QUETTA: The Managing Director Balochistan Education Foundation professor Dr. Abdul Wahab Khan has demanded from Assembly members to ensure construction of community Schools and financial support.
Complete Story: https://www.dailybaakhabar.com/category/page3/
No denial against role of Private Educational Institutes: Nawab Shahwani
QUETTA: Provincial Minister Nawab Muhammad Khan Shahwani has said there is no denial on the progress and role of private educational institutes.
Transfer of 39 Sub Division Officers of Education Department
Peshawar: The Education Department KPK has announced transfer of 39 District and Sub Divisional Officers male and female, on the directive of Placement Committee.
Inauguration of modern Computer IT lab in Girls High School
Peshawar: Modern Computer Information Technology Laboratory was inaugurated by the district Nazim Peshawar Muhammad Asim Khan in Government Girls High School.
Complete Story: http://www.dailysubh.pk/peshawar?date=2017-08-24&page=2
Master plan prepared to solve teachers’ problems
Bannu: A Master Plan has been prepared to find solution to teachers’ problems.
Education Door to more than 12000 students shut
Sawat: More than 12000 students have been deprived of getting admission in first year. Education doors to them are closed.
Girl Students compelled to leave school
Wana: The Girl Students of Government Girls High School Dabkot are compelled to leave School due to insufficient basic facilities.