PFI to be upgraded as National Forest University: Imran Khan
Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan Monday said that efforts would be made to upgrade Pakistan Forest Institute (PFI) Peshawar as National Forest University to impart higher education to students in the field of wildlife forests and bio-diversity conservation besides extensive research works.
Rights of Arts teachers must be accepted
General Secretary of Al education employee’s coordination council said that rights or arts teacher must be accepted and wrong transfer of teachers must be immediately stopped.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/rawalpindi/2016-04-26/page-5
FATA University to be functional by next semester
The FATA University will be functional from next fall semester, whereas Gwadar University and sub-campus of the University of Balochistan in Zhob are also expected to start their academic activities in 2017. While answering a question in Upper House of parliament, State Minister for Federal Education and Professional Training Baligh-ur-Rehman said that the FATA University would start functioning in Fall-2016 as the administrative approval has already been issued by the Higher Education Commission (HEC) in this regard.
Agreement between University of Massachusetts and Balochistan
Memorandum of Association has been signed between University of Massachusetts and University of Balochistan, Sardar Bahadur khan Women University, and Balochistan University of Information and Technology.
No Nations can progress without modern education
Director Mohammad Ali Shah of Board of Intermediate Mardan said that progress of Nation is impossible without getting modern education.
Government must stop raiding Madrasas
Provincial President of students association said that protection of Madrasas is the religious responsibility lies with us. He further said government must stop raiding of madrasas and arresting our Ulemas.
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IB Seminar held at TMUC
An International Baccalaureate (IB) Orientation Seminar for the nationwide interested schools aimed at introducing and providing the best education to future generations of Pakistan was held at the Millennium University College, H-11/4, says a press release.
Complete Story: http://www.thenews.com.pk/print/115332-IB-seminar-held-at-TMUC
Negligence of Punjab text book board
Due to negligence of Punjab Text Book Board there are many mistakes in the books at middle level. Many of the Pages of books are missing students are facing difficulties. Parents and students protested and demanded that government must take serious notice of this negligence.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/rawalpindi/2016-04-26/page-2
New Policy regarding transfer of teachers
School Education Department is working on formulation of new policies regarding transfer and posting of teachers.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/rawalpindi/2016-04-26/page-5
College buses non-operational
The college buses of Islamabad Model College for Boys F-8/4 are non-operational. The bus routes have been adversely affected. The administration has become a silent spectator in this situation.
Standing Committee for education to visit Institute Of Technology
The standing committee for federal education would visit the institute of technology in Sir Syed Memorial Society.
Funds should be issued for COMSATS University Toba Tek Singh
The residents of Toba Tek Singh have demanded the federal government that funds should be granted for the COMSAT University campus in their region.
No need of such government who failed to provide education and health facilities
Justice Aijaz Afzal Khan said that this is the responsibility of state to provide its people basic amenities of life and if state failed in provision of basic facilities like education and health then what is the need of such government.
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Introduction of smart classes at schools
Soon new smart classes will be introducing in all educational institutes of the country. Pakistan Education is working for the provision of all resources; government has also doubled the education budget.
Privatizing of schools must be stopped
Leaders of Al teacher Alliance demanded to take back the decision of privatizing of schools and new policies must be made with mutual understanding.
Deprivation from education, distance from core values causes of terrorism: President
President Mamnoon Hussain Monday said China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) would be a game changer in the entire region and would help realize the dreams of Quaid-e-Azam and Allama Muhammad Iqbal. He was speaking at a ceremony arranged here by Khubaib Foundation in connection with Orphan Day.
Implementation of 18th constitutional amendment, autonomy of Universities urged
The implementation of 18th constitutional amendment in education & health sector and autonomy of universities should be ensured. It was resolved by the participants at a round table dialogue on “6 Years of 18th Constitutional Amendment: Equity and Autonomy of Universities” organized by Pakistan Social Services Partnership, coalition of 85 civil society organizations at the local hotel of Islamabad. The event was presided over by former secretary Election Commission of Pakistan Kanwar Muhammad Dilshad.
Seminar on teaching skills in Higher Education soon
Education Department of Fatima Jinnah Women University (FJWU) on Monday organized a seminar titled “promoting inquiry informed practices about teaching and assessment of higher order thinking skills at higher education” in collaboration with the Punjab Higher Education (PHE) Commission of Pakistan.
COMSATS students protest against HEC
Students of the COMSATS Institute of Information and Technology on Monday lodged a protest against the Higher Education Commission for “creating hurdles” in getting their degrees. “Just a day before to get degrees in convocation, the HEC has taken a stay order from the Lahore High Court,” a COMSATS student told Dawn.
Multan: Boy crushed to death by University Bus
Infuriated protesters set ablaze Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan bus and blocked the road after the boy was rushed to death by the varsity bus. According to reports, the university bus hit the boy at Bosan road, injuring him critically. The boy was rushed to hospital where he succumbed to injuries.
PU announces results
Punjab University (PU) Examinations Department has declared the results of different examinations on Monday. These exams include MA Diplomacy & Strategic Studies Part-I Supplementary Examination 2015, MA Kashmiriat Part-I Supplementary Examination 2015, MSc Mountain Conservation & Watershed Management Part-I Supplementary Examination 2015, MSc Space Science Part-I Supplementary Examination 2015, MA Political Science Part-II Supplementary Examination 2015 and MA Urdu Part-II Supplementary Examination 2015. The detailed results are available at PU website www.pu.edu.pk.
Complete Story: http://www.thenews.com.pk/print/115317-PU-announces-results
PU protest continues
The protest of the students of the Punjab University continued. The students have announced to surround the office of the vice chancellor tomorrow if their demands are not met. The protesters have been peaceful till now.
Convocation of VU held
The 7th convocation ceremony of the Virtual University was held in Karachi where degrees were awarded to 3030 graduates. Ex VC of the University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences Dr. Muhammad Nawaz was the chief guest at the occasion.
Unnecessary tasks from IT teachers banned
The education department has banned to take unnecessary tasks from the IT teachers. The department has issued notice to all the EDO’s education.
PU announces results
The Punjab University has announced some results. All the results declared are of the supplementary examinations for the session 2015.
Seminar held at the FJWU
A seminar was held at the Fatima Jinnah Women University. The seminar was organized by the education department of the university in collaboration with the Punjab Education Commission. The purpose of the seminar was to promote higher education and the role of the Higher Education Commission.
Educational seminar by the ISO
The Imamia Students Organization arranged a educational seminar in the Rawalpindi Arts Council. A large number of students attended the seminar. The educational experts delivered lectures at the seminar.
First phase of books distribution completed
The first phase of distribution of books by the Punjab Education Foundation has been completed. The total number of books distributed is 7.1 million.
Punjab government is working for education
The provincial minister for higher education Begum Zakia Shahnawaz has stated that the Punjab Government is working for the promotion of education in the province.
Punjab government is bent on destroying public educational institutes
President of Punjab Teachers Union Syed Sajjad Akbar Kazmi said Punjab government is bent on destroying educational institutes by giving the responsibility of schools to PEF. Those schools which show bad results also handed over to PEF.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/metropolitan4/26-Apr-2016/370889
The government should solve the problems of private educational institutions
The government should focus on issues of private educational institutions so that they can gain the high rank in the field of education said by Chairman Oreal School Jiya Musa.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/metropolitan4/26-Apr-2016/370886
Extracurricular activities exposed the hidden talent of students.
Principle Kinnaird college for Women Dr. Rukhsana David said extracurricular activities exposed the hidden talent of students and also important for their character building. Four students of Kinnaird College participated in T20 world cup and performed very well in India.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/metropolitan4/26-Apr-2016/370881
MOU between Virtual University and WWF
Virtual University of Pakistan organized a ceremony signing MOU with WWF. According to this agreement both organization will work for the protection of forest life, Environmental protection and environmental awareness.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/metropolitan4/26-Apr-2016/370878
Character building of students with education
Zulfiqar Hassan during drugs Awareness expedition said there is a need of character-building of every students along with their education.
‘167 schools got facilities with public help in two years’
Academic blocks, boundary walls and other such missing facilities have been provided to 167 schools by the local community in collaboration with the district government during the last two years.
UNESCO to help LCWU Develop ‘Green Campus’
The UNESCO will help Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) in developing ‘green campus. Speaking at a seminar in connection with the Earth Day at the varsity here on Monday, UNESCO Cluster Office director in Jakarta Shahbaz Khan said the United Nations Environment Programme would develop this project.
Girl fractures leg after ‘falling from roof of school’
A girl fractured one of her legs when she was pushed over from the roof of her school allegedly by a teacher over failing to do her homework, her parents claimed. The parents of Sehar Fatima, an eighth class student at a private girls school in Sindhillianwali Town, claimed their daughter was beaten by her teacher, Ruqaiya, on Saturday over failing to do her homework and they complained to the headmistress, who reprimanded the teacher. When Sehar went to school on Monday, Ruqaiya took her to the roof of the school, beat her up and pushed her over the top. Sehar, reluctantly, fractured one of her legs.
VU, WWF-Pakistan to promote environmental education
Virtual University of Pakistan (VU) and WWF-Pakistan signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to promote environmental education amongst the youth of the country. Through this MoU, both organisations would establish formal relationship to raise environmental awareness and tackle the environmental challenges through innovative research. Moreover, the two organisations would collaborate to develop joint research proposals.
TEVTA to certify 28,000 non-certified skilled forces through RPL
Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) will certify 28,000 uncertified skilled forces through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) program up to 30th June, 2016. TEVTA has issued nationally as well as globally recognized certificates to 19,000 up to April 15, 2016. This programme is successfully in progress across the province of the Punjab.
PEF completes distribution of 7.1m textbooks
The Punjab Education Foundation (PEF) has successfully completed the first phase of distribution of 7.1 million textbooks in its partner schools across the province. These books are provided for giving out to 1.9 million students enrolled in more than six thousand partner schools in 36 districts. Books were distributed through a books distribution committee headed by PEF Director (finance) Kamran Hafeez. The second round will commence on May 1st to accommodate those schools which demand more books due to enrolment-increase.
University Of Massachusetts, Balochistan Varsities build bridges
US Acting Consul General Chad Peterson presided over the signing of a Balochistan Consortium University Partnership Memorandum of Agreement. The two-year “Building Bridges” partnership links the University of Massachusetts at Amherst with the University of Balochistan, Sardar Bahadur Khan Women’s University Quetta and the Balochistan University of Information Technology, Engineering and Management Sciences.
HSC exams under Hyderabad Board from Thursday
The Board of Intermediate Secondary Education (BISE) Hyderabad on Monday announced that the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) Part-I and II (Class XI and XII) annual examinations-2016 for all groups would be held from April 28 to May 13 in 10 districts of Sindh.
Protesting teachers: Clash averted as acting Education Secretary intervenes
Another clash between teachers demanding their rights and the police was averted on Monday after the acting education secretary intervened, promising the Sindh Professors and Lecturers Association (SPLA) of taking their demands to the chief minister (CM).
Raising voice: Private schools’ body calls on Education Dept. to resolve issues
The directorate of private institutions has not been thinking about school and education and is busy in making money, said All Private School Management Association (APSMA) Sindh chapter chairperson Syed Khalid Shah.
World Malaria Day: LUMHS holds awareness walk to highlight Malaria Threat
Liaquat University of Medical Health Sciences (LUMHS) on Monday held an awareness walk to highlight the malaria threat. A large number of doctors from Pareatabad hospital, Bhitaie hospital, paramedics and people from different walk of life participated in the awareness walk held in connection with World Malaria Day.
Prize distribution ceremony held
The annual prize distribution ceremony of Defence Authority Model High School Beach View was held at DHA SKBZ College’s Auditorium here on Monday. The wife of Administrator DHA Brig Zubair Ahmed was the chief guest. The students on the occasion presented a variety programme comprising songs, short plays and skits etc. The young and vibrant kids beaming with confidence presented colorful tableaus also.
Ten government schools without electricity, water
The parents and teachers are seriously concerned over non-availability of electricity connections, water supply and other basic facilities like washrooms at ten government schools in the vicinity of Pakistan Steel Mills—Pipri and Shah Town areas. The students especially toddlers were at high risk to scorching heat which is feared to increase further in the coming day, they cautioned.
Toddlers at risk as schools lack in basic facilities
The parents and teachers are seriously concerned over non-availability of electricity connections, water supply and other basic facilities like washrooms at 10 government schools in the vicinity of Pakistan Steel Mills — Pipri and Shah Town areas. The students especially toddlers were at high risk to scorching heat which is feared to increase further in the coming days, they cautioned.
Students of Madrasas are the ambassadors of Islam
Maulana Mohammad Amjid Khan said that students of madrasas are the ambassadors of Islam who spread the message of Allah.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/karachi/2016-04-26/page-3
No compromise on the quality of education
Sohaib-ud-din of Islami Student association said that no compromise will be made on the quality of education. He said education is the right of every citizen of Pakistan and this responsibility lies with the state.
Higher Secondary Education Board becomes load shedding free board
The higher education board Karachi has become the first ever board to be declared as load shedding free board. Board chairman will inaugurate the K-electric substation on Tuesday evening at 5 PM. The board will save the expenses on generator and diesel.
Teachers make an important pillar of society
The governor has expressed that the teachers are an important pillar of any civilized society. The governor stated this in a meeting with the Sindh Professors and Lecturers Association delegate where the SPLA told their grievances to the governor.
MIT signs Co-operation MoU with Balochistan Varsities
The MIT has signed a Memorandum of Understanding for co-operation with three universities of Balochistan. The agreement took place by the efforts of American council Karachi. The three universities are University of Balochistan, Sardar Bahadur Khan Women University and Balochistan University of Information Technology, Engineering and Management Sciences.
Semester exams in KU from 19th May
The Karachi University has announced that the semester exams for the session 2016 would commence from the 19th of May and continue till the 3rd of June. The semester break would be from 6th June to 13th July.
SPLA negotiations with Secretary Education successful
The negotiations between the Sindh Professors and Lecturers Association and the secretary education have been successful and the SPLA have postponed their announced protest. The professors and lecturers wanted to protest in front of the CM house.
Program held by Arabic Department of KU
A program was held under the Arabic department of the Karachi University. The purpose of the program was to highlight the importance of Arabic language in the country. The program was held at the seminar library of the department.
Arabic language will be promoted
Assistant professor of Arabic at Karachi University said that things will be done for the promotion of Arabic language. He expressed these views in a seminar held In Karachi University.
Walk against corruption by Benazir Bhutto Shaheed University
Walk against corruption was arranged by the collaboration of Benazir Bhutto Shaheed University and Higher Education Commission in which number of students participated.
Education Department has postponed the protest of teachers
Education Department succeeded in postponing the protest of college teachers in a joint session with them; their demands were properly heard and give satisfaction of solving their issues within a month.
The politics of student elections by ‘Bushra Mehboob’
It seems that politics, the way it is practiced in Pakistan, makes one a corrupt person no matter what. At the student level, similar to the national level, politics has had an adverse impact. From my experience of running for my school’s biology society secretary, I realise that a lot of dirt surrounds the word ‘politics’.
Ranking of Universities of Pakistan by ‘Sumaira Hadi’
Sir: The Higher Education Commission of Pakistan (HEC) has recently unveiled its higher education Institutions ranking List for 2015. This Ranking List has caused great chaos in academia for various reasons. The ranking is being considered as dubious because some of the included universities do not perform their functions properly. On the other hand, those universities not included in the list are performing comparatively better in terms of providing proper education, better teaching facilities, publishing quality research papers and theses, and producing intelligentsia for the nation.
Cheating Culture in Pakistan
Academic dishonesty is a widespread practice, across all age groups, and in probably all cultures globally. Academic violations are more rampant in developing countries like Pakistan where the pressure to continuously succeed drives students to resort to many unsavory practices. Over the years, authorities have come up with many pre-emptive measures to check the prevalence of cheating culture in the country.
Enroling girls By Dania Zaheer
This refers to the claims of the government of Balochistan which seems to be pleasured with increasing enrolment of girls in school, but the question arises, can these girls achieve best quality of education in schools of some backward areas such as Pasni, Ormara, Nalent and Dasht where the schools are not more than ‘ghost schools’ due to negligence of authorities.
Complete Story: http://pakobserver.net/2016/04/26/enrolling-girls-2/
Follow Hunza education model By ‘Izhar Ali’
Hunza is famous for its scrumptious and toothsome fruits, high mountains, panoramic meadows and glorious beauty, that’s why many tourists come there. But it is equally interesting to explore the educational initiatives that have allowed the local community to be an example for other areas.
Complete Story: http://pakobserver.net/2016/04/26/follow-hunza-education-model/
Education in Sindh Province By ‘Yousuf Sajjad’
A COMBINATION of the Sindhi legacy and the preservation and emergence of a Sindhi middle class meant that the Sindhi voter remained indebted to the Bhutto-Zardari combine for the 2013 election cycle. However, if the current Sindh government does not pick itself out of the governance morass it has entangled itself in, it could lose its standing in the province. Emblematic of this governance morass is lackluster attitude of Sindh govt towards educating its own people.
Complete Story: http://pakobserver.net/2016/04/26/education-in-sindh-province/
Additional Deputy Commissioner imposes section 144 on examination centers
Peshawar: The Additional Deputy Commissioner Peshawar Riaz Khan has imposed Section-144 on schools and all examination centers in Peshawar during the visit to different examination centers of the city. The Additional Assistant Commissioner Bashir Ahmad also visited Peshawar Cantt. & City private and government schools examination Halls. Mr. Riaz Khan banned the irrelevant person’s entry in the examinations Halls.
More schools to be build
Peshawar: The residents Charmang have appealed from the Chief Minister, KPK & Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to build more schools in the area, as there only one school in the area which can’t fulfill all educational needs. They said that there is only one school in the area which is very disappointing. Moreover, there is no other school in 10 KM of the area. Children of the area are fond of education, but due to only one school they either can’t get an education or can’t continue their education after primary.
Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Peshawar, Page No.2
Visits of DEO to different schools in Karam Par
Lukky Marwat: The District Education Officer Khazik-ur-Rehman made surprise visits and inspected of schools & checked the attendance of teachers and class IV employees. He also checked that facilities have been provided in schools a not. Deputy District Education Officer M. Shiraz was also with him. DEO Khaziq-ur-Rehman also inspected Education condition in school. He further said that the government is investing billions of rupees on government schools to provide them facilities & raise its standard so parents must be aware of this.
Complete Story: Daily Aaj, Peshawar, Page No.4
Students’ future at risk due to closure of schools
Jamrud: The students’ future at risk due to closure of schools, while parents have appealed to fulfill their demands. Due to up gradation issues all Fata teachers protest in front of Press Club from Bab-e-Khyber. These teachers are on protest due to which they have also threatened to protest in Islamabad. Due to their protest, they have boycotted the classes and all schools in Khyber Agency are closed due to which students & parents are very anxious.
Complete Story: Daily Mashriq, Peshawar, Page No.3
Daily Subh, Peshawar, Page No.8
Distribution of free books in school
Bakhshali: Free books were distributed in government school Tariqabad, while various leaders attended the ceremony, in which they said that education & better training of children must be the first priority of parents as they are the assets of the nation. Head Master of the school said that without education success is only a dream.
Complete Story: Daily Awam-un-Nas, Peshawar, Page No.3
Salaries should be issued to NTS teachers: Muhammad Abbas
District Lasbela: The NTS pass teachers are deprived of salaries from previous five months and facing financial circumstances. Mr. Muhammad Abbas said that Government should take immediate actions to release salaries of teachers. Negligence from Government side is regrettable.
Demand for up gradation of College
District Zhob: The Provincial leader Awami National Party, Mr. Malik Sheikh Zamraq said district Zhob and Sheerani are educationally deprived with huge population. He said students have to go other provinces for acquiring higher Education. He said Boys & Girls colleges of these districts should be upgraded to post graduate level. Education department and CM Baluchistan should take efforts to upgrade colleges.
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/04-26-2016/Quetta/page7.asp
Failure of educational emergency claims: Socio public groups
District Qilla-Saifullah: The Socio public groups of Muslim Bagh stated Government tried to prove educational claims as educational friendship while among 25 male & female Educational institutions barely 03 institutions are going under supervision of headmasters/headmistress while other are going astray.
Harnai & Shaharg school dilapidation is question mark for government: PSF
District Quetta: PSF leaders said that educational emergency is destruction but Harnai & Shaharg school dilapidation is question mark for Government. The president PSF provincial, Mr. Inam Kakar along with others said that educational emergency of government has become failed & limited up to newspaper statements. Educational institutions of far flung areas have become dilapidated and text books are unavailable in all schools.
Complete Story: Daily Aazadi Quetta, Page No. 6
03 female teachers suspended on absenteeism
District Quetta: The Secretary Education Mr. Abdul Saboor Kakar has suspended 03 female teachers of Government Girls High School Nigandah pashin namely Ms. Jameela, Mansoorah & Khadija Taj JV teachers. He suspended mentioned teachers while visiting school.
Complete Story: Daily Mashriq Quetta, Page No. 3
Students deprived of text books and others facilities
District Bahawalpur: Pointed out by news reporter that Students are worried and upset. They come to School regularly for text books but no attention is paid to solve their problem by Punjab Education Foundation, PEF Administration should resolve Management issues as, Electricity, Security and provision of text books as well.
Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Multan, Page No. 13
Future of students in danger, one teacher for children of 16 villages
District Rahim Yar Khan: The residents of Jaffarabad protested, appealing to the Deputy Education Officer Rahim Yar Khan to recruit more Teachers in Government Primary School Rais Usman. As only one teacher is insufficient for the students (Girls/Boys) belonging from 16 villages. While future of the Students is at risk.
Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Multan, Page No. 6
Missing facilities causing school dropouts
District Rahim Yar Khan: The Government Primary School Basti Nathani, Chachran Sharif becomes the central part of problems, due the negligence of Education Department and unavailability of basic facilities, school is near to locked and students are leaving the school. The Local community and parents appealed authorities to provide facilities for the future of the children.
Complete Story: Daily Ausaf, Multan, Page No. 6
Students compelled to study under scorching beams of sun
District Multan: The Local Landlord shared that Government Primary School Abdul Hakeem is without class rooms and Students are taking classes under open sky in hot season. Applications have submitted to local political representative and Education authorities but in vain. He demanded to Chief Minister of Punjab to recruit more Teachers and build class rooms.
Complete Story: Daily Naya Daur, Multan, Page No. 8
Shortage of schools in UC 17, Youth indulged in Social Evils
District Dera Ghazi Khan: The Union Council 17 has shortage of Schools; even youth is indulging in social evils and drugs. Residents of area appealed to Higher Officer to solve the problems.
Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Multan, Page No. 7
SPLA to put off Protest
Karachi: The Sindh Professors and Lecturers’ Association (SPLA) postponed its protest march towards the Chief Minister’s House on Monday when acting education secretary Mukhtar Hussain Soomro met them half way and assured them that he would personally discuss their demands with the serving education secretary, Dr Fazlullah Pechuho.
JSQM protests against corruption in Education Board
District Mirpurkhas: The members of a National Organization JSQM held protest before main gate of the Board Office, against corruption.
Middle and Elementary Girls school students deprived of text books
District Khairpur Mirs: The Students of Government Middle and Elementary Schools of Taluka Faiz Gang are deprived of getting free text books.
Copy Culture has ruined Sindh Education: Mir Hayat Talpur
District Mirpurkhas: A Golden Jubilee of Magazine Baab-ul-Islam was organized at Boys Degree College Tando Jan Muhammad, where the Provincial Advisor, Mr. Mir Hayat Khan Talpur was the chief Guest. He said during his speech that Educational Institutes are our national legacy and we have to step forward to save them. He added that copy culture has ruined Sindh Education.
Students stood against transfer of a Head Master
District Mirpurkhas: The students of government school Qaisar Rajar stood against the transfer of school Head Master, while suspending the classes.
Education promotion rally
District Thatta: The Education Department Gharo organized a rally on promotion of enrolment in schools.
Five thousand students deprived of free text books
District Larkana: Around five thousand students of Government Pilot High School Larkana are still deprived of free text Books, even after handing over responsibility to the management of the same school.
Girls School roof collapses leaving ten students injured
District Jacobabad: The roof of Government Girls Primary School, village Haji Alan Khan Jamali, tumbled suddenly, while ten students got injured. They were shifted to nearby hospital for first aid.
Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2016-04-26/news/page3/1%20(1).htm
Biometric team visits schools, 11 teachers absent
District Dadu: The newly appointed Biometric monitoring assistants visited the different schools of District Dadu and found 11 eleven Teachers absent from their duties.
Education Promotion rallies in different cities
Karachi/Hyderabad/Sukkur: Education Promotion rally was organized by Hadi Organization Shahdadpur, where it was led by number of people. On the other hand, another rally was held by Alif Ailaan, Primary School and High School Buhara. It was highlighted that parents should enroll their children in Government Schools.
Complete Story: Daily Awami Awaz, Page No. 7
Local influential turn 6 schools into Houses
District Mirpurkhas: The buildings of Six Schools of Union Council Baakhar have been used as houses, by the local influential. The higher authorities are silent to take any action.
Complete Story: Daily Awami Awaz Page No 8
Local influential constructs four shops on school plot
District Sukkur: The Students and Teachers protested against the local influential, on occupying plot of Old School of Municipal Corporation and constructing four shops on it.